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Bob Dylan - Slow Train Coming Album Herunterladen

Darsteller: Bob Dylan
Titel: Slow Train Coming
Freigegeben: 20 Aug 1979
Cat#: FC 36120
Label: Columbia
Länder: US
Stil: Gospel, Rhythm & Blues, Vocal
Kategorie: Rock Musik / Pop Musik
MP3-Größe: 2540 mb
FLAC-Größe: 2830 mb

Trackliste

1Do Right To Me Baby (Do Unto Others)3:52
2When You Gonna Wake Up5:28
3When He Returns4:29
4Man Gave Names To All The Animals4:25
5Gotta Serve Somebody5:23
6Gonna Change My Way Of Thinking5:27
7Precious Angel6:30
8Slow Train5:57
9I Believe In You5:08

Versionen

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
FC 36120Bob Dylan Slow Train Coming ‎(LP, Album, San)ColumbiaFC 36120US1979
512349 6, COL 512349 6Bob Dylan Slow Train Coming ‎(SACD, Hybrid, Multichannel, Album, RE, RM)Columbia, Columbia512349 6, COL 512349 6Europe2003
S 86095Bob Dylan Slow Train Coming ‎(LP, Album, Promo)CBSS 86095Spain1979
FC 36120Bob Dylan Slow Train Coming ‎(LP, Album)ColumbiaFC 36120US1979
32524Bob Dylan Slow Train Coming ‎(LP, Album)CBS32524Portugal1979
CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
512349 6, COL 512349 6Bob Dylan Slow Train Coming ‎(SACD, Hybrid, Multichannel, Album, RE, RM)Columbia, Columbia512349 6, COL 512349 6Europe2003
S 86095Bob Dylan Slow Train Coming ‎(LP, Album, Promo)CBSS 86095Spain1979
FC 36120Bob Dylan Slow Train Coming ‎(LP, Album)ColumbiaFC 36120US1979
32524Bob Dylan Slow Train Coming ‎(LP, Album)CBS32524Portugal1979
SBP 237339Bob Dylan Slow Train Coming ‎(LP, Album)CBSSBP 237339New Zealand1979

Credits

  • Arranged ByHarrison Calloway
  • Backing VocalsCarolyn Dennis, Helena Springs, Regina Havis
  • BassTim Drummond
  • Design [Repackage]Skouras Design
  • DrumsPick Withers
  • EngineerGregg Hamm
  • Engineer [Assistant]David Yates
  • GuitarBob Dylan, Mark Knopfler
  • HornsMuscle Shoals Horns
  • KeyboardsBarry Beckett
  • Mastered By [5.1 Mastering]George Marino
  • Mastered By [5.1]George Marino
  • Mastered By [Cd/sacd Stereo]Greg Calbi
  • Mixed ByMichael H. Brauer, Steve Berkowitz
  • Mixed By [5.1 Mix]Chris Shaw
  • PercussionBarry Beckett, Mickey Buckins
  • ProducerBarry Beckett, Jerry Wexler
  • Reissue ProducerSteve Berkowitz
  • Technician [Tape Research]Didier Deutsch
  • Written-ByBob Dylan
  • Arranged ByHarrison Calloway
  • Backing VocalsCarolyn Dennis, Helena Springs, Regina Havis
  • BassTim Drummond
  • Coordinator [Visual]Tony Lane A.D.
  • Design Concept, Design [Cover]Wm. Stetz
  • DrumsPick Withers
  • EngineerGregg Hamm
  • Engineer [Assistant]David Yates
  • GuitarBob Dylan, Mark Knopfler
  • HornsMuscle Shoals Horns
  • IllustrationCatherine Kanner
  • KeyboardsBarry Beckett
  • Mastered By [Credits]Bobby Hatta
  • Mastered By [Runout Etch]BH
  • Mastered By [Supervision]Paul Wexler
  • PercussionBarry Beckett, Mickey Buckins
  • Photography By [Back Cover]Nick Saxton
  • Photography By [Sleeve]Morgan Renard
  • ProducerBarry Beckett, Jerry Wexler
  • Written-ByBob Dylan

Notizen

℗ 1979 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

© 1979, 1986, 2003 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.
Manufactured by Columbia Records

Originally released in 1979

CD Audio / SACD Stereo / SACD Surround Sound

Dual layer CD (remastered stereo) and SACD (both hi res stereo and 5.1 surround) release.℗© 1979 CBS Inc.; all songs 1979 Special Rider Music

Santa Maria Pressing, variant label. Labels do not contain publisher information.

Custom inner sleeve includes photo/credits.

Barcodes

  • Matrix / Runout (A Side Label): AL 36120
  • Matrix / Runout (B Side Label): BL 36120
  • Matrix / Runout (A Side Etch): PAL-36120-1B A BH S1
  • Matrix / Runout (B Side Etch): PBL-36120-2A BH S1
  • Pressing Plant ID (Runout scribings ^): S
  • Rights Society: ASCAP
  • Barcode (Print): 0 7464-36120-1
  • Barcode (Scan; Format: UPC_A): 074643612012
  • Barcode (Text): 8 2796-90322-6 8
  • Barcode (String): 827969032268

Unternehmen

  • Recorded At – Muscle Shoals Sound Studios
  • Mastered At – Amigo Studios
  • Pressed By – Columbia Records Pressing Plant, Santa Maria
  • Manufactured By – Columbia Records
  • Manufactured By – CBS Inc.
  • Published By – Special Rider Music
  • Copyright (c) – Special Rider Music
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – CBS Inc.
  • Copyright (c) – CBS Inc.
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Sony Music Entertainment Inc.
  • Copyright (c) – Sony Music Entertainment Inc.
  • Manufactured By – Columbia Records
  • Recorded At – Muscle Shoals Sound Studios
  • Mastered At – Sterling Sound
  • Remixed At – Sony Music Studios, New York City

Video

Album

It was also released as the lead song from Dylan's 1989 live album with the Grateful Dead, Dylan & the Dead. Bob Dylan - Precious Angel. The religious symbolism is a logical progression of Dylans Manichaean vision of life and his pain-filled struggle with good and evil. Gonna Change My Way of Thinking 5:25 6. Keyboards - Barry Beckett Drums - Pick Withers Bass - Tim Drummond Guitars - Mark Knopfler, Bob Dylan Horns - Muscle Shoals Horns Arrangements by Harrison Calloway Background Vocals - Carolyn Dennis, Helena Springs, Regina Havis Percussion - Barry Beckett, Mickey Buckins. It was Dylan's first effort since converting to Christianity, and all of the songs either express his strong personal faith, or stress the importance of Christian teachings and philosophy. Bob Dylan Man Gave Names to all the Animals 1980 ASTOUNDING LIVE. Music critic Paul Williams has called it the one track that must be listened to again and again and again, inexhaustible, essential. Bob Dylan - When You Gonna Wake Up. When You Gonna Wake Up 5:25 8. Do Right to Me Baby Do Unto Others 3:50 7. 16 in. I Believe in You 5:02 4. Track List. Bob Dylan Slow Train Coming Album Review. Buy it now. Slow Train Coming is pure, true Dylan, probably the purest and truest Dylan ever. album by Bob Dylan. When he has a song and idea in which he believes, as he does here, the power, richness and the beauty of his voice are far greater than the words he uses. Gonna Change My Way of Thinking. Slow Train Coming was listed at No. Bob Dylan - Gotta Serve Somebody. Liner notes: All songs written by Bob Dylan. He sings with a sound that needs no words because he has the sound of the soul itself. Nobody really could have expected that he would turn to Christianity on Slow Train Coming, embracing a born-again philosophy with enthusiasm. Bob Dylan - Gonna Change My Way Of Thinking. Released August 20, 1979 Recorded April 30 May 11, 1979 Genre Blues rock, gospel, Christian rock Length 46:19 Label Columbia Producers Barry Beckett and Jerry Wexler Writers All songs written by Bob Dylan. Gotta Serve Somebody. Precious Angel 6:27 3. Slow Train и Man Gave Names To All The Animals. Slow Train 5:55 5. Precious Angel. It was Dylan's first effort since converting to Christianity, and all of the songs either express his strong personal faith, or stress the importance of Christian teachings and philosophy. I am not so full of certainty about these times, our social standards or the conduct of my companions that I can dismiss the validity of Dylans religiously phrased ideas. Recorded at Muscle Shoals Sound Studio Engineer - Gregg Hamm Assistant Engineer - David Yates. Songs in album Bob Dylan - Slow Train Coming 1979. Man Gave Names to All the Animals 4:23. Perhaps it was inevitable that Bob Dylan would change direction at the end of the '70s, since he had dabbled in everything from full-on repudiation of his legacy to a quiet embrace of it, to dipping his toe into pure showmanship. Язык: Русский. Bob Dylan - Slow Train Coming. Slow Train is a song written by Bob Dylan that first appeared on his 1979 album Slow Train Coming. Bob Dylan - I Believe In You. Bob Dylan : Slow Train Coming,альбом, рецезия, трек-лист, mp3, тексты песен. The evangelical nature of the record alienated many of Dylan's existing fans at the same time, many Christians were drawn into his fan base. Bob Dylan - Slow Train. Страна: США. Do Right to Me Baby Do Unto Others. Bob Dylan - Slow Train San Francisco, CA - Nov. Perhaps it was inevitable that Bob Dylan would change direction at the end of the '70s, since he had dabbled in everything from full-on repudiation of his legacy to a quiet embrace of it, to dipping his toe into pure showmanship. Bob Dylan - Do Right To Me Baby Do Unto Others. Формируйте собственную коллекцию записей Bob Train Coming 1979. Gotta Serve Somebody 5:22 2. In the United States, it was released as the follow up single to Gotta Serve Somebody. The evangelical nature of the record alienated many of Dylan's existing fans at the same time, many Christians were drawn into his fan base. Slow Train Coming is the 19th studio album by American singer-songwriter Bob Dylan, released on August 20, 1979, by Columbia Records. Bob Dylan Under The Red Sky Album Review - Продолжительность: 15:24 John Heaton 1 410. I Believe In You, Gonna Change My Way Of Thinking. Slow Train

Kommentare:

Dondallon
Why couldn’t Dylan have simply disappeared, why’d he feel the need to become the shill for his messiah? Deciding to explore Christianity within the context of his Jewish faith, and then deciding that he needed to unload those thoughts on the world in a manner of preaching, because he certainly wasn’t talking to the converted, simply had me wondering where the truth lay, if any, in the masterful collection of Bob Dylan. It had me wondering where he stood at all, it had me wondering if his life were a mere illusion, where nothing was real. Dylan was a very confused man at this point in time.

Bob didn’t just lay down an album of religiously inspired songs, he totally immersed himself in the world of christian (small c) recordings, hiring Jerry Wexler, the man responsible for the R&B sound of Aretha Franklin and Wilson Picket, then secured time at the infamous Muscle Shoals Studios, where with the assistance of Wexler and his history with gospel influenced artists seemed a perfect fit of Mr. Dylan. Though Wexler wasn’t the only likeminded person he hired, he also chose Mark Knopfler and Pick Withers, both from Dire Straits, both straight as an arrow with their christian overtones.

Now, in defense of Jerry Wexler and Mark Knopfler, Dylan told no one of his intentions to bring the world of his god to the world, to enlighten lost souls, where Knopfler surprisingly said, “… all these songs are about god.” Nevertheless, with everyone onboard, the record began to take shape.

There are those who claim that fans didn’t mind all of this god business, and yes, Dylan was now in the ‘god business’, because the album peaked at number three on the charts, going on to become certified as platinum. Though what’s missing from that subversive statement is that while Dylan fans dismissed the record, it had huge success in the christian community where Dylan now found himself in the welcoming arms of the very same people who only a few years before had seen him as the singular reason behind the downfall of western youth culture. Consider that when his-Bobness released Saved in 1980 and then Shot of Love in 1981, both records coursed the same faith based river, yet without the tight production and solid song base, he was totally ignored by everyone … where it seems god wasn’t on his side, relegating him to more than a lost decade.

True, many of the songs were composed of insinuating rhythms that moved them forward with open-ended connotations that could easily be embraced by anyone, yet the reality of the situation was that Dylan for the first time was pointing his finger outwardly and telling people what they should do and how the should live their lives … where it seemed to me that perhaps Dylan’s prophetic words were correct, “You can’t trust anyone over 30.”

In all fairness, up to this point Bob’s drug use was legendary, his tour schedule has always been relentless, his endless string of marriages and children were weighty, all of this led the man to physically and emotionally collapse in a Tucson hotel room where he claims that Jesus manifested himself unto Bob, laid his hands on Bob, and showed him the path he should be taking. Now, this statement by Mr. Dylan doesn’t sound like he was exploring christianity, it feels more like he was in the midst of an amphetamine psychosis that simply broke the man, making him open and vulnerable to persuading thoughts. And in all fairness to those who once loved him, the newfound faith of the previously secular, countercultural icon did not sit well with many fans. Many saw Dylan’s albums during this period as preachy, pretentious and self-righteous.

Nevertheless, Dylan brought forth the voice that carried him though his protest period, leaving little doubt that he sincerely believed what he was singing. The centerpiece of the album is the title track “Slow Train,” a rage filled sermon which could have even easily fit on his last secular Street-Legal. The song and the album are coloured with rich and abundant gospel backup singing, dramatic horn arrangements and a chugging train rhythm, Dylan’s vocals are filled with righteous rage and brutal angst, complete with distinct life lessons only Dylan could dish out. “They say lose your inhibitions … Follow your own ambitions … They talk about a life of brotherly love show me someone who knows how to live it,” which could have easily been a line secured from a song by Bruce Springsteen.

Dylan’s role in the creation and evolution of both folk and rock is undeniable, as was his influence on the social construct of society, he has always been a man outside of himself and of the world. Yet this album leaves nearly nothing to remember, nothing that lingers in one’s head, even the single-minded christians have forgotten about this mistake, where even with the driving compositions and sense of urgency, I felt as if Dylan were disappearing into the wall in front of me, where I simply washed my hands of all he was or ever would be, turning my attentions to the likes of Steely Dan.

Review by Jenell Kesler
Hamrl
my is the same except matrix codes:
side A: PAL-36120-1K BHJ
side B: PBL-36120- 2E BH2
Acrobat
This was always one of my favorite Dylan albums. I think it's sorely-underrated.

For those who have never heard it, give a listen to Booker T. & The MG's live version of "Gotta' Serve Somebody" off of their "Time Is Tight" 3cd box set (They open disc 3 with two live Dylan tracks). Best version of that song I've ever heard, seriously. Great sound as well. The box set is worth it just for that, but there are also all those great old Booker T. tracks like "Hip-Hug Her", "Green Onions", etc., and those guys had A LOT of classic songs that later wound up in movies or sampled on rap songs. Anyway, I wanted to mention the Dylan connection because any big Dylan fan who HASN'T heard their version of "Gotta' Serve Somebody" is seriously-missing out.
Neol
My copy is the same except for Runout codes:
Side A: PAL-36120-1D
Side B: PAL-36120-2D, BH (stamped)

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