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Old 12-20-2007, 10:39 PM   #41 (permalink)
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Old 12-20-2007, 11:13 PM   #42 (permalink)
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"Dylan (1973)"


Wow, thank you record label. We really needed songs that weren't good enough for Self Portrait, but at least there's a few redeeming songs on here as holds true for every Dylan album so far. Lily of the West, Can't Help Falling in Love and Ballad of Ira Hayes being my favorites (that isn't saying much considered whats on the album though). It's obvious Bob Dylan has done better albums, well he didn't really do this album it was assembled by a record company but still you get what I mean.

Favorite Songs: Lily of the West, Can't Help Falling in Love, Ballad of Ira Hayes
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Old 12-24-2007, 05:54 PM   #43 (permalink)
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Planet Waves (1974)


One thing I rarely have a problem with is Dylan's lyrics however on this album every other song seems to be about sex. That kind of gets tiring but songs like Forever Young, Wedding Song and Never Say Goodbye are beautiful, in fact I think they're some of the most poignant and just, well lovely Dylan songs I've heard so far. The Band sounds great backing him on this album though at times they're too laid back I can't help but wish there was some of the ferocity musically and vocally of Like a Rolling Stone.

Favorite Lyric: "May your hands always be busy / May your feet always be swift / May you have a strong foundation / When the winds of changes shift / May your heart always be joyful / May your song always be sung / May you stay forever young."
Favorite Song: Forever Young (both), Never Say Goodbye, Going Going Gone, Wedding Song
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Old 12-24-2007, 05:58 PM   #44 (permalink)
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One thing I rarely have a problem with is Dylan's lyrics however on this album every other song seems to be about sex. That kind of gets tiring but songs like Forever Young, Wedding Song and Never Say Goodbye are beautiful, in fact I think they're some of the most poignant and just, well lovely Dylan songs I've heard so far. The Band sounds great backing him on this album though at times they're too laid back I can't help but wish there was some of the ferocity musically and vocally of Like a Rolling Stone.

Favorite Lyric: "May your hands always be busy / May your feet always be swift / May you have a strong foundation / When the winds of changes shift / May your heart always be joyful / May your song always be sung / May you stay forever young."
Favorite Song: Forever Young (both), Never Say Goodbye, Going Going Gone, Wedding Song
i've listened to this album and i fell in love with Bob Dylan even more. But there is a lot of song that talk about sex as you said, but if you listen to the whole album, all the songs are amazing and full of beautiful lyrics. I really hope when i listen to the next album, its just as good.
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Old 12-26-2007, 10:23 PM   #45 (permalink)
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Well, you should probably stay away from the Expecting Rain forum then.

They hate this album.
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Old 12-26-2007, 10:27 PM   #46 (permalink)
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well thank you, but this forum is my place. i dont need anyone elses opinion on albums i like either. lol. and so what if they hate that album. thats there thought not mine...
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Old 12-26-2007, 10:29 PM   #47 (permalink)
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Heh.

I know.

I'm just keeping you aware of what the "true fans" think.
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Old 12-26-2007, 10:32 PM   #48 (permalink)
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these so called "true fans" they should get a life. all they would probably do is get in an argument with one another and probably assume that they're always right lol.
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Old 12-26-2007, 10:44 PM   #49 (permalink)
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"Blood on the Tracks (1975)"


This is my favorite Bob Dylan album, it hit me the night I decided to do this and I randomally was putting on various Dylan albums and I was blown away by this. Before I thought it a good album, maybe the best he released in the 70s but it never really captured me the way Blonde on Blonde or Freewheelin did right from the start. I'd heard it several times and didn't think much of it. I don't really know what to say about this album, it's relaxed but in a very good way. Dylan seems more in control of himself here and focuses less on being a poet and more on being a musician and the songwriting is so improved from the seething Idiot Wind to the sorrowful Simple Twist of Fate.

This album is a much different album than anything Dylan had done before. Musically it's not much different from some of the stuff before it, this just seems more in control and polished than prior albums before it. Here he seems at times disappointed, distraught, confused and heartbroken. Which may sound unappealing coming from the fire-filled voice of the 60s but I've heard The Times They Are A-Changin and Highway 61 Revisited I liked them, but I'll take Blood On the Tracks over them any day.

Favorite Lyric: "We had a falling-out, like lovers often will / And to think of how she left that night, it still brings me a chill / And though our separation, it pierced me to the heart / She still lives inside of me, we've never been apart / If you get close to her, kiss her once for me / I always have respected her for doing what she did and getting free / Oh, whatever makes her happy, I won't stand in the way / Though the bitter taste still lingers on from the night I tried to make her stay."
Favorite Songs: Idiot Wind, If You See Her Say Hello, Tangled Up in Blue, Shelter From the Storm, Lily Rosemary and the Jack of Hearts, Simple Twist of Fate, You're Gonna Make Me Lonesome When You Go
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Shelter From The Storm.....mmmm that song brings back everything. i listened to that when i was home alone, i would crank up my stereo and have it blasting through my house when i was younger. my dad had almost all of his albums.
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