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Bob Dylan - The Naked Empire album download

Performer:

Bob Dylan

Title:

The Naked Empire

Genre:

Rock / Pop

MP3 album size:

1150 mb

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Rating:

4.3 ✱

Style:

Folk Rock, Classic Rock

Date of release:

2007

Bob Dylan - The Naked Empire album download

Tracklist

Empire Burlesque Sessions
NYC, NY & Hollywood, CA, USA, July 1984-April 1985
1 New Danville Girl 12:08
2 Tight Connection To My Heart 5:25
3 Clean Cut Kid 5:12
4 I'll Remember You 3:59
5 Seeing The Real You At Last 4:52
6 Something's Burning Baby 4:51
7 Trust Yourself 2:58
8 Emotionally Yours 4:23
9 When The Night Comes Falling 6:56
10 Never Gonna Be The Same Again 3:02
11 Waiting To Get Beat 2:12
12 Straight A's In Love 3:30
13 The Very Thought Of You 2:14
14 Driftin' Too Far From Shore 3:50
15 Who Loves You More 5:56
16 Go 'Way Little Boy 3:02

Notes

The Definitive Empire Burlesque Outtakes Remastered

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (fake): 01092007218
  • Matrix / Runout: G.R. 218
  • Rights Society (fake): GEMA

The Naked Empire on the Godfather label is another release of the Empire Burlesque outtakes that have been released previously. The first title with these outtakes can be found on Clean Cuts (Sick Cat GRAB003 ) in 1992. While the sound quality on that release was good it ran too fast.

Empire Burlesque is the 23rd studio album by American singer-songwriter Bob Dylan, released on June 10, 1985 on Columbia Records. Self-produced, the album peaked at No. 33 in the . and No. 11 in the UK. Accompanied by multiple session musicians-including members of Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, Mike Campbell, Benmont Tench and Howie Epstein-the album has a distinct "80s style" aesthetic. Fans and critics continue to debate the album's merits, especially when compared to his 1960s and 1970s output.

1LP. In. Empire Burlesque is the 23rd studio album by Bob Dylan, released in 1985. Dylan produced the album himself, and eventually the album peaked at number thirty-three in the US and at number eleven in the U. his may very well be the most consistent record Bob Dylan has made since Blood on the Tracks, filled to the brim with subtle gems. This may very well be the most consistent record Bob Dylan has made since Blood on the Tracks, filled to the brim with subtle gems. Highlights of the album include "Tight Connection to My Heart (Has Anybody Seen My Love?)", "Emotionally Yours" and "Dark Eyes". 180 gram audiophile vinyl. More albums by BOB DYLAN. View Complete Catalog.

Album · 1985 · 10 Songs. And tunes like Clean Cut Kid, a visceral portrait of America’s culture of violence, and Seeing the Real You at Last, a trenchant takedown of a relationship gone rotten, are as vivid and vibrant as anything in his catalog. Empire Burlesque (Remastered) Bob Dylan.

Bob Dylan - Guitar, Vocal Mike Campbell - Guitar Benmont Tench - Keyboards Don Heffington - Drums Bob Glaub - Bass Bashiri Johnson - Percussion Chops - Horns David Watson - Sax Solo. I'll Remember You. Bob Dylan - Piano, Vocal Madelyn Quebec - Vocal Mike Campbell - Guitar Howie Epstein - Bass Jim Keltner - Drums. Clean Cut Kid. Bob Dylan - Vocal, Guitar Ron Wood - Guitar Benmont Tench - Piano John Paris - Bass Anton Fig - Drums Carol Dennis, Queen Esther Marrow, Peggi Blue - Backing Vocals. Never Gonna Be The Same Again

Nom du groupe Bob Dylan. Nom de l'album Empire Burlesque. Date de parution 08 Juin 1985. Labels Columbia Records. Membres possèdant cet album11. 1. Tight Connection to My Heart (Has Anybody Seen My Love). 2. Seeing the Real You at Last. 3.

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Say what you want about Empire Burlesque - at the very least, it's the most consistent record Bob Dylan has made since Blood on the Tracks, even if it isn't quite as interesting as Desire. However, it is a better set of songs, all deriving from the same place and filled with subtle gems - the most obvious being "Tight Connection to My Heart (Has Anybody Seen My Love?)," but also "Emotionally Yours" and "Dark Eyes" - proving that his powers are still there. The rest of the album may not be as graceful, but it's still well-crafted songwriting that.

Syleazahad
From bobsboots.com: This Godfather release was issued in a folding cardboard package in late 2007. The back cover insert linked above was created from the package back that pays tribute to the first release of this material, Clean Cuts, with the cover photo. The cover is a great looking take off of the official 1985 CBS release Empire Burlesque album cover. This material has been released before, but this is the best release to date both visually and sonically. The material here was copied from the Tempest Storm release of a decade earlier, but the recording has been digitally processed to remove even more tape hiss. It is most evident on the quiet passages of Emotionally Yours. Cranked up, the listener will find it hard to dispute that they're hearing anything other than the original analog master noise. This set is simply a must have for anyone who doesn't own one of the previous releases. Another highlight is New Danville Girl. It's an earlier version of Brownsville Girl with altered lyrics. This song, as well as  Driftin' Too Far From Shore were album outtakes, but appeared the following year on Knocked Out Loaded. This set contains alternate takes of every official song on the album except for my favorite. The addition of the eight outtakes attempts to placate. The blues soaked Who Loves You More is nice, as is the previously mentioned Knocked Out tracks, but it's not too hard to see why the others remained outtakes.
Brajind
The Naked Empire on the Godfather label is another release of the Empire Burlesque outtakes that have been released previously. The first title with these outtakes can be found on Clean Cuts (Sick Cat GRAB003 ) in 1992. While the sound quality on that release was good it ran too fast. Outside the Empire (Wanted Man WMM 60) followed two years later and the great Dylan label corrected the speed of the tape and produced an excellent edition. Wanted Man was copied on Tempest Storm (no label) in 1997 and this was followed in 1998 by Tempest Storm (Theremin / Golden Archive Vol. 14). Godfather present the same track listing with nothing new, but the correct speed has been preserved and the sound quality is an improvement over the Wanted Man issue.The main complaint against Dylan's 1985 album is the over production of the songs with an abundance of synthesizers, canned horns and that annoying mid-eighties loud pop drum sound. Those who do not like that style found it a shame because the actual songs were an improvement to those found on the 1983 release Infidels. The main virtue of this collection of alternate mixes, and why Godfather calls this The Naked Empire, is to hear the songs in their penultimate form before the final productions that went into the album tracks before Arthur Baker got his hands on them. The tape contains versions of each of the album tracks except for "Dark Eyes," two songs that later appeared on 1986's Knocked Out Loaded "New Danville Girl" ("Brownsville Girl") and "Drifting Too Far From Shore," four songs that haven't been released "Waiting To Get Beat," "Straight A's In Love," "The Very Thought Of You," and "Who Loves You More." The final song "Go 'Way Little Boy" he wrote for Lone Justice.The sessions for Empire Burlesque were held in New York and Hollywood from July 1984 to April 1985.There are many songs that were recorded that so far have not circulated including, "Queen Of Rock'n'Roll," "Look Yonder," "Gravity Song," "The Girl I Left Behind," "Prince Of Plunder," "I See Fire In Your Eyes," "Waiting To Get Beat," and a song called "When The Line Forms."The Naked Empire claims to be remastered on the cover, and the sound quality is very good with very little hiss. There are good notes printed on the inside cover of the tri-fold gatefold sleeve giving accurate recording information for each track. The design is good too, with various publicity photographs from the era and an appropriate eighties color scheme. (GS)http://www.collectorsmusicreviews.com/dylan-bob/bob-dylan-the-naked-empire-godfather-records-gr-218/

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