Introduction With Geoffrey Giuliano. 2. A Reluctant Dylan Speaks. 3. Dylan's Sarcastic Wit. 4. A Leader Of The Youth Revolution. 5. Dylan The Maverick. 6. Inaccurate Interviews. The Unusual Vision Of Dylan.
The Blood on the Tracks volume in author Geoffrey Giuliano's Rock Report series of interview discs is devoted to Bob Dylan's press conference of December 3, 1965, in San Francisco, which has been heard before on other discs, notably on the 1988 British album The San Francisco Press Conference December '65 on Highway 61 Records
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 Released 01/20/1975. Musicians: Tony Brown - Bass Buddy Cage - Steel Guitar Paul Griffin - Organ Eric Weissberg & Deliverance. And as the evidence piled up, as the rock was pushed back to reveal the worms, many retreated into that past that never was, the place of balcony dreams in Loew's Met, fair women and honorable men, where we browned ourselves in the Creamsicle summers, only faintly hearing the young men march to the troopships, while Jo Stafford gladly promised her fidelity. And here is Dylan, bringing feeling back home. In this album, he is as personal and as universal as Yeats or Blake; speaking for himself, risking that dangerous opening of the veins, he speaks for us all.
Rock Report: Bob Dylan: Blood on the Tracks (1998). Rock Report: Bob Dylan: Blood on the Tracks tabs. 01. Introduction With Geoffrey Giuliano. 02. Reluctant Dylan Speaks.
More albums from Bob Dylan: Deep Dylan – Das Beste Aus Der Legendären Bootleg-Series by Bob Dylan. The Complete Album Collection Vol. One by Bob Dylan. Christmas In The Heart by Bob Dylan. Live 1975 (The Rolling Thunder Revue) by Bob Dylan. World Gone Wrong by Bob Dylan. Live 1966 (The Royal Albert Hall Concert) by Bob Dylan. Empire Burlesque by Bob Dylan. Tempest by Bob Dylan. By: Bob Dylan (1975, Rock). 1. Tangled Up In Blue. Simple Twist Of Fate.
Listen free to Bob Dylan – Blood on the Tracks (Tangled Up in Blue, Simple Twist of Fate and more). Blood on the Tracks is singer-songwriter Bob Dylan's 15th studio album, released in 1975 by Columbia Records, which marked Dylan's return to Columbia after a two-album stint with Asylum Records. The album, which followed several years of lukewarm reception for Dylan's work, was greeted respectably by fans and critics
Bob Dylan, Geoffrey Giuliano. Dylan Discusses The Cover Photograph Of His Upcoming Album, "Highway 61 Revisited". Bob Dylan, Geoffrey Giuliano. Dylan's Thoughts On His Early Material. A Few Clever Quips On People's Penchant For Over Analyzing His Thought Provoking Compositions. Dylan And The Emerging Protest Movement. 12. More Conversation Regarding The Accuracy Of Reporting Celebrity Chat, Circa 1966. 13. Dylan's Most Creative Time Of Day.
|1||Introduction With Geoffrey Giuliano|
|2||A Reluctant Dylan Speaks|
|3||Dylan's Sarcastic Wit|
|4||A Leader Of The Youth Revolution|
|5||Dylan The Maverick|
|7||Dylan On Popularity|
|8||The Unusual Vision Of Dylan|
- Written-By – Geoffrey Giuliano (tracks: 1)