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9 thoughts on “ In My Time Of Dyin - Bob Dylan - Bob Dylan (CD, Album)

  1. In any case, I loved that album and learned to play a few songs on it. To my ears, Mark Knopfler's sound on Dire Straits' first album compared most favorably with Bob Dylan. It fooled me the first time I heard his voice. I thought, "Is this Dylan?" The voice was a little different, but Dylan's voice has changed many times over the years/5().
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  3. Bob Dylan is the debut studio album by American singer-songwriter Bob Dylan, released on March 19, by Columbia resslorelifitbackcontdimiscwealthpostcrow.coinfoed 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.
  4. Bob Dylan version. The song gained greater prominence in popular music when Bob Dylan included a version (along with several others dealing with the subject of death) on his eponymous debut album. The song, closest to Josh White's version, had a slightly different name on the Dylan album, "In My Time of Dyin'".
  5. Find Bob Dylan discography, albums and singles on AllMusic. Find Bob Dylan discography, albums and singles on AllMusic Album Premiere: Hackensaw Boys, 'Charismo' Bob Dylan Biography Bob Dylan's Theme Time Radio Hour: The Best of the Second Series: Chrome Dreams
  6. Dylan plugged in for parts of ’s Bringing It All Back Home, but side two was an all-acoustic suite of perfection. ’s other album Highway 61 Revisited and ’s double-LP Blonde On Blonde remain among the greatest rock albums of all-time, nearly perfect in their execution and composition (“Like A Rolling Stone,” “Visions of.
  7. The liner notes of Bob Dylan reveal that the first time Dylan performed this song was when he recorded it for the album: Dylan had never sung “In My Time of Dyin'” prior to this recording session.
  8. Editors’ Notes Dylan had a sound in mind that he couldn’t get from the usual New York musicians, so he, Robbie Robertson, and Al Kooper went to Nashville to record with producer Bob Johnston and the city’s best session cats. The epic, visionary songs—“Visions of Johanna,” “Stuck Inside of Mobile With the Memphis Blues Again,” “Sad Eyed Lady of the Lowlands”—lean on.

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