Bob Dylan - New York Sessions Blood On The Tracks album flac
Title: New York Sessions Blood On The Tracks
Style: Vocal, Folk
MP3 album: 1297 mb
FLAC album: 1255 mb
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Genre: Blues / Pop / Folk and Country
Blood on the Tracks is the 15th studio album by American singer-songwriter Bob Dylan, released on January 20, 1975 by Columbia Records. The album marked Dylan's return to Columbia Records after a two-album stint with Asylum Records. Dylan commenced recording the album in New York City in September 1974. In December, shortly before Columbia was due to release the record, Dylan abruptly re-recorded much of the material in a studio in Minneapolis
Blood on the Tracks was originally recorded during four days in New York City in September, 1974. A few months later, Dylan felt the album needed a different approach and rerecorded five of the tracks at Minneapolis Sound 80 Studios beginning in late December of that year. The single disc, 2LP configuration of More Blood, More Tracks.
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Bob Dylan had crucial second thoughts just as he was about to release Blood on the Tracks, the indelible 1975 album filled with songs of separation, heartache, sorrow, rage and regret. Now it’s getting a revealing close-up. More Blood, More Tracks: The Bootleg Series Vol. 14, due Friday, unveils all of the initial sessions: the solo, duo and small-group versions of songs that Dylan replaced, for half of the album, with more extroverted full-band recordings. There are an exhaustive deluxe six-CD version with every surviving take and a one-CD compilation of alternate versions of the album’s.
Blood on the Tracks has always been one of Bob Dylan’s most mysterious albums, but the upcoming Bootleg Series More Blood, More Tracks, set for release November 2nd, will finally reveal, piece-by-piece, how the 1975 LP came together over just six days at studios in New York City and Minneapolis, Minnesota. A test pressing of the original album that pre-dated Dylan’s decision to recut five of the songs in Minneapolis has circulated within bootleg circles for decades, but the vast majority of takes on More Blood, More Tracks have never been heard. Dylan originally recorded the album across four days in September 1974 at A&R Studios in New York with producer Phil Ramone. Every single take from the New York sessions is on More Blood, More Tracks, but the outtakes from the Minneapolis sessions have been lost. We have no idea what happened to them, says the source.
Dylan has insisted for years that Blood on the Tracks wasn't an autobiographical work, but it's hard not to read some of his personal turmoil in the songs, particularly the marriage problems he was having at the time. The sad regret of "Simple Twist of Fate" and the savage "Idiot Wind" are just too intimate, and are sung too passionately, to be dismissed as mere fiction. The sessions are pretty much differentiated by the somber, stripped-down takes recorded over four days in September (with basically a bassist and organist accompanying Dylan) compared to two days in December with a more traditional band playing mostly revved-up and spontaneous versions. Throughout these 87 tracks, Dylan plays around with arrangements, lyrics and moods as he tries to wrangle some of his most personal songs.
The New York sessions for Bob Dylan’s 1975 album, Blood on the Tracks, have always been ground zero for Dylan’s reputation as a cipher and a curmudgeon in the recording studio, intent on speeding through the proceedings and capturing lightning in a bottle, quality control be damned
I love the original Blood on the Tracks album. The single disc of More Blood, More Tracks gives you excellent alternate takes from the original New York recordings, and they are absolutely worth hearing. Also, if you want to avoid spending over a hundred dollars for the six disc set this is the perfect overview.
Released January 20, 1975. Blood on the Tracks Tracklist. 1. Tangled Up in Blue Lyrics. By 1975, Bob Dylan’s career had tailspinned. He was considered the voice of a generation, in the 1960s, but his politics were more and more irrelevant, he personally didn’t like his political label, and he hadn’t released a well received album in the entire 1970s. More and more people were convinced his time had come and gone, until he released Blood on the Tracks in 1975, in perhaps the greatest and most stunning comeback for an artist ever
|A1||Tangled Up In Blue||6:53|
|A3||Shelter From The Storm||6:00|
|B1||You're A Big Girl Now||4:24|
|B2||Lily, Rosemary & The Jack Of Hearts||9:52|
|B3||If You See Her, Say Hello||3:27|
|B4||Up To Me||6:17|
NotesSpecial Limited Edition of 500 handnumbered copies.
All tracks recorded at Columbia A&R Studios, New York, September 1974.
This release appeared in several coloured vinyl variations: red, blue, green...
It contains rough cuts (from a test pressing) and outtakes from the sessions for Dylan's "Blood On The Tracks" album. This material has been bootlegged frequently since the 70s and most of it was released officially in the meantime.
|TSP 500-61/1||Bob Dylan||New York Sessions Blood On The Tracks (Vinyl, Ltd, Unofficial, Cle)||The Swingin' Pig||TSP 500-61/1||Germany||2009|
|TSP 500-61/1||Bob Dylan||New York Sessions Blood On The Tracks (LP, Ltd, Unofficial, red)||The Swingin' Pig||TSP 500-61/1||Germany||2009|
|TSP 500-61/1||Bob Dylan||New York Sessions Blood On The Tracks (LP, Ltd, Unofficial, yel)||The Swingin' Pig||TSP 500-61/1||Germany||2009|
|TSP 500-61/1||Bob Dylan||New York Sessions Blood On The Tracks (LP, Ltd, Unofficial, gre)||The Swingin' Pig||TSP 500-61/1||Germany||2009|