History Music / BobDylan

8th Jul '16 5:44:45 PM bt8257
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* 1991 - ''The Bootleg Series vol 1-3 - Rare and Unreleased 1961-1991''
* 1998 - ''The Bootleg Series vol 4 - Bob Dylan Live 1966, The "[[NeverTrustATitle Royal Albert Hall]]" Concert''

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* 1991 - ''The Bootleg Series vol 1-3 Vol. 13 - Rare and Unreleased 1961-1991''
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* 1998 - ''The Bootleg Series vol Vol. 4 - Bob Dylan Live 1966, The "[[NeverTrustATitle Royal Albert Hall]]" Concert''



* 2002 - ''The Bootleg Series vol 5 - Bob Dylan Live 1975, The Rolling Thunder Revue''
* 2004 - ''The Bootleg Series vol 6 - Bob Dylan Live 1964, Concert At Philharmonic Hall''

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* 2002 - ''The Bootleg Series vol Vol. 5 - Bob Dylan Live 1975, The Rolling Thunder Revue''
* 2004 - ''The Bootleg Series vol Vol. 6 - Bob Dylan Live 1964, Concert At Philharmonic Hall''



* 2005 - ''The Bootleg Series vol 7 - [[{{Rockumentary}} No Direction Home]]: The Soundtrack''
* 2008 - ''The Bootleg Series vol 8 - Tell Tale Signs: Rare and Unreleased 1989-2006''
* 2010 - ''The Bootleg Series vol 9 - The Witmark Demos 1962-1964''

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* 2005 - ''The Bootleg Series vol Vol. 7 - [[{{Rockumentary}} No Direction Home]]: The Soundtrack''
* 2008 - ''The Bootleg Series vol Vol. 8 - Tell Tale Signs: Rare and Unreleased 1989-2006''
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* 2010 - ''The Bootleg Series vol Vol. 9 - The Witmark Demos 1962-1964''19621964''



* 2013 - ''The Bootleg Series vol 10 - Another Music/SelfPortrait''
* 2014 - ''The Bootleg Series vol 11 - Music/TheBasementTapes Complete''
* 2015 - ''The Bootleg Series vol 12 - The Cutting Edge 1965-1966''

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* 2013 - ''The Bootleg Series vol Vol. 10 - Another Music/SelfPortrait''
* 2014 - ''The Bootleg Series vol Vol. 11 - Music/TheBasementTapes Complete''
* 2015 - ''The Bootleg Series vol Vol. 12 - The Cutting Edge 1965-1966''
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9th Jun '16 8:26:18 PM Doug86
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The other major Bob Dylan reference you might encounter is to his "born again phase", which began with his conversion to Christianity in the late 70s (he was born into a Jewish family and raised Jewish). Attendant to this were [[PanderingToTheBase a few nostalgic, audience-baiting tours]] and some angry but lyrically intricate ChristianRock albums. Dylan eventually returned to more secular themes, but has never quite abandoned the doomsaying [[TheEndIsNigh street preacher]] point of view. On the other hand, in his personal life, he's been seen celebrating the [[JewishHolidays High Holidays]] at various [[UsefulNotes/{{Judaism}} Chabad Lubavich]] Hasidic congregations; make of that what you will.

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The other major Bob Dylan reference you might encounter is to his "born again phase", which began with his conversion to Christianity in the late 70s (he was born into a Jewish family and raised Jewish). Attendant to this were [[PanderingToTheBase a few nostalgic, audience-baiting tours]] and some angry but lyrically intricate ChristianRock albums. Dylan eventually returned to more secular themes, but has never quite abandoned the doomsaying [[TheEndIsNigh street preacher]] point of view. On the other hand, in his personal life, he's been seen celebrating the [[JewishHolidays [[UsefulNotes/JewishHolidays High Holidays]] at various [[UsefulNotes/{{Judaism}} Chabad Lubavich]] Hasidic congregations; make of that what you will.
27th May '16 4:46:33 AM beergood
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* 1986 - ''Knocked Out Loud''

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* 1986 - ''Knocked Out Loud''Loaded''
26th May '16 5:40:04 AM beergood
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* 1979 - ''Bob Dylan Ad Budokan''

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* 1979 - ''Bob Dylan Ad At Budokan''



* 2001 - ''Live 19612000: Thirty-Nine Years Of Great Concert Performances''
* 2005 - ''Live At The Gaslight 1962''
* 2005 - ''Live At Carnegie Hall 1963''
* 2011 - ''In Concert - Brandeis University 1963''

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* 2001 - ''Live 19612000: Thirty-Nine Years Of Great Concert Performances''
* 2005 - ''Live At The Gaslight 1962''
* 2005 - ''Live At Carnegie Hall 1963''
* 2011 - ''In Concert - Brandeis University 1963''


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!!Archive Releases:

* 1985 - ''Biograph''
* 1991 - ''The Bootleg Series vol 1-3 - Rare and Unreleased 1961-1991''
* 1998 - ''The Bootleg Series vol 4 - Bob Dylan Live 1966, The "[[NeverTrustATitle Royal Albert Hall]]" Concert''
* 2001 - ''Live 19612000: Thirty-Nine Years Of Great Concert Performances''
* 2002 - ''The Bootleg Series vol 5 - Bob Dylan Live 1975, The Rolling Thunder Revue''
* 2004 - ''The Bootleg Series vol 6 - Bob Dylan Live 1964, Concert At Philharmonic Hall''
* 2005 - ''Live At The Gaslight 1962''
* 2005 - ''Live At Carnegie Hall 1963''
* 2005 - ''The Bootleg Series vol 7 - [[{{Rockumentary}} No Direction Home]]: The Soundtrack''
* 2008 - ''The Bootleg Series vol 8 - Tell Tale Signs: Rare and Unreleased 1989-2006''
* 2010 - ''The Bootleg Series vol 9 - The Witmark Demos 1962-1964''
* 2011 - ''In Concert - Brandeis University 1963''
* 2013 - ''The Bootleg Series vol 10 - Another Music/SelfPortrait''
* 2014 - ''The Bootleg Series vol 11 - Music/TheBasementTapes Complete''
* 2015 - ''The Bootleg Series vol 12 - The Cutting Edge 1965-1966''

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26th May '16 5:25:51 AM beergood
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* 2016 - ''Fallen Angels''



* CoverAlbum: A bunch. ''Music/GoodAsIBeenToYou'' and ''World Gone Wrong'' consist of solo acoustic performances of old folk standards, ''[[ExecutiveMeddling Dylan]]'' is an album of cover version out-takes, ''Music/ChristmasInTheHeart'' has him covering ChristmasSongs, and ''Shadows In The Night'' is an all-Music/FrankSinatra cover album. Also, ''Music/BobDylanAlbum'', ''Music/SelfPortrait'' and ''Down In The Groove'' have more covers than original material.

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* CoverAlbum: A bunch. ''Music/GoodAsIBeenToYou'' and ''World Gone Wrong'' consist of solo acoustic performances of old folk standards, ''[[ExecutiveMeddling Dylan]]'' is an album of cover version out-takes, ''Music/ChristmasInTheHeart'' has him covering ChristmasSongs, and ''Shadows In The Night'' is an all-Music/FrankSinatra cover album.and ''Fallen Angels'' are covers of standards associated with Music/FrankSinatra. Also, ''Music/BobDylanAlbum'', ''Music/SelfPortrait'' and ''Down In The Groove'' have more covers than original material.
27th Apr '16 10:40:27 AM arsepoetica
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His most famous song from this "electric" period is "Like A Rolling Stone". Twice as long or loud as anything else on the radio at the time, with snarling lyrics about chrome horses and cat-loving diplomats, the song somehow rose to number two on the U.S. charts (it's worth noting here that he has ''never had a number one hit in the United States,'' almost certainly making him the most popular and influential songwriter in the entire English language with that distinction.

After a long world tour, full of combative press conferences and booing crowds, Dylan dropped off the radar in 1966, one year prior to the [[TheSixties ''Summer of Love."]] He did not perform at Woodstock (despite - or perhaps ''because of'' - the fact that it took place basically down the road from his house), and he did not protest the UsefulNotes/VietnamWar. Bob Dylan closed out the Sixties via duet with Music/JohnnyCash. He nonetheless remains synonymous with said decade's "turbulence": Music/JimiHendrix's cover of "All Along the Watchtower" plays over about 70% of all Sixties montages.

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His most famous song from this "electric" period is "Like A Rolling Stone". Twice as long or loud as anything else on the radio at the time, with snarling lyrics about chrome horses and cat-loving diplomats, the song somehow rose to number two on the U.S. charts (it's charts. It's worth noting here that he has ''never had a number one hit in the United States,'' almost certainly making him the most popular and influential songwriter in the entire English language with that distinction.

After a long world tour, full of combative press conferences and booing crowds, Dylan dropped off the radar in 1966, one year prior to the [[TheSixties ''Summer of Love."]] Love"]], in part to recover from injuries sustained during a minor motorcycle accident (debate goes on to this day as to whether Dylan faked, or at least greatly exaggerated these injuries, or even conjured the incident out of whole cloth as an excuse to disappear from the limelight for awhile). He did not perform at Woodstock (despite - or perhaps ''because of'' - the fact that it took place basically down the road from his house), and he did not protest the UsefulNotes/VietnamWar. Bob Dylan closed out the Sixties via duet with Music/JohnnyCash. He nonetheless remains synonymous with said decade's "turbulence": Music/JimiHendrix's cover of "All Along the Watchtower" plays over about 70% of all Sixties montages.
27th Apr '16 10:35:58 AM arsepoetica
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His most famous song from this "electric" period is "Like A Rolling Stone". Twice as long or loud as anything else on the radio at the time, with snarling lyrics about chrome horses and cat-loving diplomats, the song somehow rose to number two on the U.S. charts.

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His most famous song from this "electric" period is "Like A Rolling Stone". Twice as long or loud as anything else on the radio at the time, with snarling lyrics about chrome horses and cat-loving diplomats, the song somehow rose to number two on the U.S. charts.
charts (it's worth noting here that he has ''never had a number one hit in the United States,'' almost certainly making him the most popular and influential songwriter in the entire English language with that distinction.
23rd Mar '16 11:15:06 AM Ezclee4050
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* WeUsedToBeFriends: He's a notoriously fickle guy, so numerous friendships have waxed and waned over the years, but the major example of this is his manager Albert Grossman. They had a close mentor-protégé relationship up until his 1966 motorcycle crash, when Dylan concluded that Grossman was using him as a [[CashCowFranchise Cash Cow]] and letting him almost kill himself in the process. Within a couple years they weren't even speaking to each other.
15th Mar '16 7:51:17 AM beergood
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* 1976 - ''Desire''

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* 1976 - ''Desire''''Music/{{Desire}}''



* GratuitousSpanish: The chorus of "Romance in Durango" on ''Desire''.

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* GratuitousSpanish: The chorus of "Romance in Durango" on ''Desire''.''Music/{{Desire}}''.



* TarotMotifs: The card for The Empress is on the back cover of ''Desire'', and ''Street-Legal'' is loaded with tarot references (''especially'' "Changing of The Guards").

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* TarotMotifs: The card for The Empress is on the back cover of ''Desire'', ''Music/{{Desire}}'', and ''Street-Legal'' is loaded with tarot references (''especially'' "Changing of The Guards").
20th Feb '16 10:28:31 PM Ezclee4050
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-->No Ilores, mi querida (''don't cry, my dear'')
-->Dios nos vigila (''God watches over us'')
-->Soon the horse will take us to Durango
-->Agarrame, mi vida (''grab hold of me, my life'')
-->Soon the desert will be gone
-->Soon you will be dancing the fandango

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-->No -->''No Ilores, mi querida (''don't querida'' (don't cry, my dear'')
-->Dios
dear)
-->''Dios
nos vigila (''God vigila'' (God watches over us'')
-->Soon
us)
-->''Soon
the horse will take us to Durango
-->Agarrame,
Durango''
-->''Agarrame,
mi vida (''grab vida'' (grab hold of me, my life'')
-->Soon
life)
-->''Soon
the desert will be gone
-->Soon
gone''
-->''Soon
you will be dancing the fandangofandango''
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