Modern Times is the 32nd studio album by American singer-songwriter Bob Dylan, released on August 29, 2006 by Columbia Records. The album was the third work (following Time Out of Mind and Love and Theft) in a string of albums by Dylan that garnered wide acclaim from critics. It continued its predecessors' tendencies toward blues, rockabilly and pre-rock balladry, and was self-produced by Dylan under the pseudonym "Jack Frost"
Various – Borrowed By Bob Dylan. Label: Delta Leisure Group Plc – 38390. Format: 2 CD, Compilation. 40 Covers Of Original Songs That Inspired Bob Dylan. Double cd in slim case in cardboard slipcase. Label Code: LC 29913. Rights Society: MCPS.
Bob Dylan is the debut studio album by American singer-songwriter Bob Dylan, released on March 19, 1962 by Columbia Records. Produced by Columbia's legendary talent scout John H. Hammond, who signed Dylan to the label, the album features folk standards, plus two original compositions, "Talkin' New York" and "Song to Woody".
Dylan produced the album under the name "Jack Frost". Early rehearsals were held in late January and early February 2006 at the Bardavon 1869 Opera House in Poughkeepsie, New York . The album was first released in some European countries (including Germany and Ireland) on August 25, in the UK on August 28 and premiered in the . on August 28 on XM Satellite Radio, the satellite radio service that carried Dylan's Theme Time Radio Hour program.
Of course, this Bob Dylan song nearly did serve as a final statement. Several months before Time Out of Mind was released, Dylan was laid low by a life-threatening bout with pericarditis, brought about by the fungal infection histoplasmosis. I really thought I’d be seeing Elvis soon, he said in a statement. Dylan beat the reaper, but the haunted, exhausted, yet elegant and profound Not Dark Yet stands as one of his most moving testaments. 9. Bob Dylan - "Every Grain of Sand". The lead track on Dylan’s 1965 album Bringing It All Back Home, and his first top 40 hit on the Billbaord Hot 100, Subterranean Homesick Blues presented Dylan to the world as a rocker. It’s been covered countless times, by artists as wildly various as Duke Ellington, Flatt & Scruggs, Stevie Wonder, Spike Jones, Etta James and Cher. Of course, it also became an anthem of the Civil Rights Movement.
Bob Dylan was born in Duluth, Minnesota, on May 24, 1941. For six troubled months, Bob attended the University of Minnesota on a scholarship. Bob Dylan first came East in February, 1961. His destination: the Greystone Hospital in New Jersey. His purpose: to visit the long-ailing Woody Guthrie, singer, ballad-maker and poet. He does not recall where he first heard it. The guitar is fretted with the lipstick holder he borrowed from his girl, Susie Rotolo, who sat devotedly and wide-eyed through the recording session. Man of Constant Sorrow" is a traditional Southern mountain folk song of considerable popularity and age, but probably never sung quite in this fashion before.
Greatest Bob Dylan Albums. The Top Ten. 1 Highway 61 Revisited. Great, classic songs. Ballad of a Thin Man and Desolation Row stand out. The lyrics are brilliant on this one. best. The album that started my love of Dylan's music. So many amazing lyrics. Visions of Johanna, I Want You, Just Like A Woman, Rainy Day Women His two best songs are Like a Rolling Stone and Desolation Row, but his best complete album, is Blonde on Blonde. Very goods and various songs, like every time, and a personnal mention for "If dogs run free" (listen background vocal! ) 34 Dylan. 35 Bootleg Series: Volumes 1 - 3. 36 MTV Unplugged. Wow, so underrated, how can Tempest, Bob Dylan, MTV Unpluggged, etc be above this - Hoobu Streetman.
This album brought Dylan into the mainstream, and secured his place as a songwriter. The album is mostly Bob playing his acoustic and singing, with bits of harmonica-playing
|1-1||–Clarence "Tom" Ashley And Gwen Foster*||House Of The Risin' Sun|
|1-2||–Wilbert Harrison||Let's Stick Together|
|1-3||–Elvis Presley||Can't Help Falling In Love|
|1-4||–Woody Guthrie||This Land Is Your Land|
|1-5||–Johnny Cash & The Tennessee Two||Train Of Love|
|1-6||–Robert Johnson||Cross Road Blues|
|1-7||–Big Joe Turner||Boogie Woogie Country Girl|
|1-8||–Roy Acuff||Freight Train Blues|
|1-9||–Jill Corey With Jimmy Carroll And His Orchestra||Let It Be Me|
|1-10||–Emry Arthur||Man Of Constant Sorrow|
|1-11||–Jimmie Rodgers||My Blue Eyed Jane|
|1-12||–Bob Luman||Red Cadillac And A Black Moustache|
|1-13||–Bradley Kincaid||Barbry Allen (Barbara Allen)|
|1-14||–Tony Martin||When Did You Leave Heaven?|
|1-15||–Blind Lemon Jefferson||See That My Grave Is Kept Clean|
|1-16||–Bo Carter||Corinne, Corinna|
|1-17||–Grayson & Whitter||Handsome Molly|
|1-18||–John Jacob Niles||The Gypsy Laddie (Blackjack Davey)|
|1-19||–Waring's The Pennsylvanian's*||Stack O' Lee Blues|
|1-20||–Everly Brothers||Take A Message To Mary|
|2-1||–Glen Gray And His Casa Loma Orchestra*||Blue Moon|
|2-2||–Roy Hogsed||Cocaine Blues|
|2-3||–Hank Snow||A Fool Such As I|
|2-4||–Hank Williams||I Can't Get You Off My Mind|
|2-5||–Woody Guthrie||Pretty Boy Floyd|
|2-6||–Bukka White||Fixin' To Die|
|2-7||–Billy Grammer||Gotta Travel On|
|2-8||–Pete Seeger||The House Carpenter|
|2-9||–Clarence Ashley||Cuckoo Bird|
|2-10||–Ed McCurdy||Kentuckey Moonshiner|
|2-11||–Horace Heidt And His Orchestra||Tomorrow Night|
|2-12||–Rolf Cahn and Eric Von Schmidt||He Was A Friend Of Mine|
|2-14||–The Mississippi Sheiks*||Sitting On Top Of The World|
|2-15||–Bradley Kincaid||Froggie Went A-Courtin'|
|2-16||–Blind Willie McTell||Broke Down Engine Blues|
|2-17||–Hambone Willie Newbern||Roll And Tumble Blues|
|2-18||–Blind Boy Fuller||Mama Let Me Lay It On You (Baby Let Me Follow You Down)|
|2-19||–Woody Guthrie||I Ain't Got No Home In This World Any More|
|2-20||–The Nat King Cole Trio||The Christmas Song (Chestnuts Roasting On An Open Fire)|
Notes40 Covers Of Original Songs That Inspired Bob Dylan.
Double cd in slim case in cardboard slipcase.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 5 024952 383900
- Label Code: LC 29913
- Rights Society: MCPS