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Bob Dylan - Live In Newport 1965 Album

Bob Dylan - Live In Newport 1965 Album
  • Performer: Bob Dylan
  • Title: Live In Newport 1965
  • Genre: Rock
  • Cat #: DR 004 CD
  • Label: Document Records
  • Country: Italy
  • Date of release: 1988
  • FLAC size 2651 mb
  • MP3 size: 1142 mb
  • Record From CD


1Don't Think Twice
2Maggie's Farm
3It Ain't Me, Babe
4Mama You Been On My Mind
5It's All Over Now, Baby Blue
6Silver Dagger
7The Lonesome Death Of Hattie Carrol
8Mr. Tambourine Man
9With God On Our Side
10Like A Rolling Stone
11It Takes A Lot To Laugh, It Takes A Train To Cry
12All I Really Want To Do
13Don't Think Twice, It's Alright


  • Artwork By – Albrecht U. Partner/Milano


"The last track is from the Newcastle, 06.06.1965, concert. We included it as a special bonus for all you loyal fans."


TRACK LIST BELOW NOTE: Three of these tracks Gates Of Eden, It's Alright, Ma I'm Only Bleeding, and It's All Over Now, Baby Blue had to be free to Bob Dylan Live In Newport 1965 Don't think twice, The lonesome death of Hattie Carrol and more. 13 tracks 58:26. And here he is performing Mr. Tambourine Man the following year: Bob Dylan Mr. Tambourine Man Newport Folk Festival 1964. In March of 1965, Dylan released his first album of amplified music, Bringing It All Back Home, featuring one side of electric songs including classics like Subterranean Homesick Blues and Maggies Farm. The second side was in his more recognizable acoustic style, with classics Mr. Tambourine Man and Its All Over Now, Baby Blue. Посмотреть сведения об участниках альбома, рецензии, композиции и приобрести альбом 1991 CD от Live In Newport 1965 - Live In London 1966 на Bob Dylan England Tour 1965 was a concert tour by American singer-songwriter Bob Dylan during late April and early May 1965. The tour was widely documented by filmmaker D. Pennebaker, who used the footage of the tour in his documentary Dont Look Back. As Dylan was still playing exclusively folk music live, much of the material performed during this tour was written pre-1965. Each show was divided into two halves, with seven songs performed during the first, and eight during the second. The set. Few performances in history are as legendary - or as controversial - as Bob Dylan's 1965 appearance at the Newport Folk Festival. In a single, galvanizing instant, Dylan plugged an entire generation in, forever changing not only the way the music was made, but the way it was heard. By putting you in the audience for Dylan's Newport performances from 1963 through that pivotal set in 1965, Academy Award-winning director Murray Lerner's The Other Side Of The Mirror captures Dylan's metamorphosis from the folk family's best-kept secret to rock's fiercely confrontatio. On July 25, 1965 Dylan shocked the folk purists at Newport by plugging his Fender Stratocaster into an amplifier and joining guitarist Mike Bloomfield and others from the Butterfield Blues Band in a blistering rendition of Maggie's Farm, a song often interpreted as Dylan's protest song against the expectation of singing protest songs. The farm in the title is viewed as a pun on Silas McGee's farm in Mississippi, where Dylan made his famous appearance during a civil rights rally. Many in the audience took it as a slap in the face. The controversial electric performance was the last of three Dylan appearances at the Newport festival. Bob Dylan At Piano During Recording Session, 1965. Bob Dylan in a contemplative mood, lost in thought behind his Ray-Bans, pausing for a break between takes at the upright piano at Studio A, Columbia Recording Studios in New York City during the sessions for Highway 61 Revisited in June 1965, a mere month before his electric set at the Newport Folk Festival would send Folk and Rock and Pop music. Unusual in that the singer is unguarded, and not posing for the camera was taken in June 1965, during the recording of the Highway 61 Revisited album. Bob Dylan vocal, guitar, harmonica. Joan Baez background vocal. Disc 2. One Too Many Mornings June 1, 1965 BBC Studios, London, England. Its Alright, Ma Im Only Bleeding April 30, 1965 The Oval, City Hall, Sheffield, England. Love Minus ZeroNo Limit May 1, 1965 The Odeon, Liverpool, England. Gates of Eden May 7, 1965 Free Trade Hall, Manchester, England. Its All Over Now, Baby Blue May 1, 1965 The Odeon, Liverpool, England. She Belongs to Me May 10, 1965 Royal Albert Hall, London, England. Maggies Farm September 3, 1965 Hollywood Bowl, Los Ange. You know him, he's yours, Bob Dylan. And then there is a loud cheer coming from the crowd. The footage gives a sense that Baez was Dylan's tutor and confidante through 1963 and 1964, but he clearly shows his independence from her by his performance in 1965. He grew out of her by then and is performing an electric set with The Paul Butterfield Blues Band as opposed to his previous acoustic folk sets in 1963 and 1964

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