Bob Dylan - Blood On Your Saddle album download
|Pat Garrett And Billy The Kid, January - February '73|
|1-3||Turkey (...Under Turkey)|
|1-4||Tom Turkey (...Turkey #2)|
|1-5||Billy Surrenders (...Speedball)|
|1-6||And He's Killed Me Too (...Billy (Reprise))|
|1-8||Goodbye Holly (...Holly's Song)|
|1-12||Knockin' On Heaven's Door|
|1-14||Knockin' On Heaven's Door|
|1-15||Knockin' On Heaven's Door|
|1-18||Rock Me Mama|
|1-19||Rock Me Mama|
|1-25||Ride Billy Ride|
|Blood On The Tracks, September - December '74|
|2-1||If You See Her, Say Hello|
|2-2||Lily, Rosemary & The Jack Of Hearts|
|2-3||Call Letter Blues|
|2-5||Tangled Up In Blue (...Tango)|
|2-6||You're A Big Girl Now|
|2-7||Shelter From The Storm|
|2-8||If You See Her, Say Hello|
|2-9||Tangled Up In Blue|
|2-10||Up To Me|
Notesearlier release of the Hollow Horn as digipak
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 752143598744
|none||Bob Dylan||Blood On Your Saddle (2xCD, Unofficial)||Hollow Horn||none||2007|
Blood on the Tracks is the 15th studio album by American singer-songwriter Bob Dylan, released on January 20, 1975 by Columbia Records. The album marked Dylan's return to Columbia Records after a two-album stint with Asylum Records. Dylan commenced recording the album in New York City in September 1974. In December, shortly before Columbia was due to release the record, Dylan abruptly re-recorded much of the material in a studio in Minneapolis
Blood on the Tracks is not an album about a relationship (not Dylan’s, not anybody’s), but an album about the brokenness inherent, ultimately, in all relationships. Great storytelling on your part. Is this YABGN officially released anywhere? Didn’t it make it on to Biograph or the first Bootleg series release (somewhere in vol. 1-3) It’s sublime.
Produced by Bob Dylan. Album Blood on the Tracks. Idiot wind, blowing through the flowers on your tomb Blowing through the curtains in your room Idiot wind, blowing every time you move your teeth You’re an idiot, babe It’s a wonder that you still know how to breathe. It was gravity which pulled us down and destiny which broke us apart You tamed the lion in my cage but it just wasn’t enough to change my heart Now everything’s a little upside down, as a matter of fact the wheels have stopped What’s good is bad, what’s bad is good, you’ll find out when.
It is a ten-song study in romantic devastation, as beautiful as it is bleak, worthy of comparison with Schubert’s Winterreise. Yet the record in question- Blood on the Tracks -has never officially seen the light of day. The Columbia label released an album with that title in January, 1975, but Dylan had reworked five of the songs in last-minute sessions in Minnesota, resulting in a substantial change of tone . Some lines are openly assaultive: One day you’ll be in the ditch, flies buzzing around your eyes,, Blood on your saddle. Here, Dylan’s original approach makes a substantial difference. He made four complete takes in New York, plus several rehearsals and false starts.
Blood on your saddle. It is as if he has stepped out of his own life and can only look back aghast at the train wreck or similar catastrophe in which so much of his self was lost, and describe what he sees using art. k views · View 1 Upvoter . k views · View 5 Upvoters.
Bob Dylan’s moody 1975 epic is often referred to as his breakup album, but it might be his most welcoming LP, its music projecting an undeniable warmth. Often referred to as Dylan’s breakup album, it’s likewise become just that for many listeners, both expressing and absorbing great aloneness. Dylan himself professed confusion about the album’s popularity. It’s hard for me to relate to that, he said the year Blood on the Tracks was released.
Blood On The Tracks Released 01/20/1975. Musicians: Tony Brown - Bass Buddy Cage - Steel Guitar Paul Griffin - Organ Eric Weissberg & Deliverance. Only the artists can help the poor land again to feel. And here is Dylan, bringing feeling back home. In this album, he is as personal and as universal as Yeats or Blake; speaking for himself, risking that dangerous opening of the veins, he speaks for us all. The words, the music, the tones of voice speak of regret, melancholy, a sense of inevitable farewell, mixed with sly humor, some rage, and a sense of simple joy.