Bob Dylan Bob Dylan
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- 1You're No Good01:36
- 2Talkin' New York03:17
- 3In My Time of Dyin'02:37
- 4Man of Constant Sorrow03:05
- 5Fixin' to Die02:18
- 6Pretty Peggy-O03:21
- 7Highway 51 Blues02:49
- 8Gospel Plow01:43
- 9Baby, Let Me Follow You Down02:33
- 10House of the Risin' Sun05:16
- 11Freight Train Blues02:16
- 12Song to Woody02:41
- 13See That My Grave Is Kept Clean02:40
Info for Bob Dylan
The first album from the greatest musical poet of the 20th century gave little indication of what was to come. Although released in 1962, it reeks of the 50s folk/protest movement. Many of the standards covered by Dylan had been sung by a thousand troubadours throughout the McCarthy era and the anti-war movement. Dylan sings like an innocent angel, and makes Eric Von Schmidt's lusty 'Baby, Let Me Follow You Down' sound sweet. The seeds of greatness were apparent in the sensitive original 'Song To Woody,' a sadly overlooked entry in the massive Dylan catalogue. A wonderful exercise in what was then and what is not now.
'...A CD masterpiece, full-bodied, in stereo, sounding fresh, clean and new...' (Goldmine)
Bob Dylan, vocals, acoustic guitar, harmonica
Recorded November 20 and 22, 1961, at Columbia Recording Studios, New York, New York
Produced by John H. Hammond
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