The Rolling Thunder Revue, Bob Dylan, Joni Mitchell, Joan Baez, Roger McGuinn - A Dark Night On The Spanish Stairs album flac
|1-1||–Joni Mitchell||Edith & The Kingpin||5:28|
|1-3||–Joni Mitchell||Don't Interrupt The Sorrow||3:47|
|1-4||–Bob Dylan & GUAM||When I Paint My Masterpiece||4:07|
|1-5||–Bob Dylan & GUAM||It Ain't Me Babe||5:01|
|1-6||–Bob Dylan & GUAM||The Lonesome Death Of Hattie Carroll||5:38|
|1-7||–Bob Dylan & GUAM||Tonight I'll Be Staying Here With You||4:28|
|1-8||–Bob Dylan & GUAM||It Takes A Lot To Laugh, It Takes A Train To Cry||3:16|
|1-9||–Bob Dylan & GUAM||Romance In Durango||5:12|
|1-10||–Bob Dylan & GUAM||Isis||5:37|
|1-11||–Bob Dylan With Joan Baez||Blowin' In The Wind||2:59|
|1-12||–Bob Dylan With Joan Baez||Dark As A Dungeon||3:41|
|1-13||–Bob Dylan With Joan Baez||Mama, You Been On My Mind||3:07|
|1-14||–Bob Dylan With Joan Baez||The Water Is Wide||3:51|
|1-15||–Bob Dylan With Joan Baez||Never Let Me Go||2:49|
|1-16||–Bob Dylan With Joan Baez||I Shall Be Released||5:17|
|1-17||–Joan Baez||Diamonds And Rust||4:23|
|2-1||–Joan Baez||Do Right Woman, Do Right Man||2:55|
|2-2||–Joan Baez||Joe Hill||2:52|
|2-3||–Joan Baez||Love Song To A Stranger Pt. 2||6:00|
|2-4||–Joan Baez||Long Black Veil||4:23|
|2-5||–Joan Baez||Please Come To Boston||4:29|
|2-6||–Roger McGuinn||Eight Miles High||4:10|
|2-7||–Roger McGuinn||Chestnut Mare||4:56|
|2-8||–Joan Baez With Roger McGuinn||The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down||3:46|
|2-9||–Bob Dylan||Fourth Time Around||3:08|
|2-10||–Bob Dylan & GUAM||Simple Twist Of Fate||4:23|
|2-11||–Bob Dylan & GUAM||Oh, Sister||4:20|
|2-12||–Bob Dylan & GUAM||Hurricane||7:59|
|2-13||–Bob Dylan & GUAM||One More Cup Of Coffee (Valley Bellow)||3:44|
|2-14||–Bob Dylan & GUAM||Sara||4:15|
|2-15||–Bob Dylan & GUAM||Just Like A Woman||4:20|
|2-16||–Bob Dylan & GUAM||Knockin' On Heaven's Door||4:37|
|2-17||–Bob Dylan & GUAM||This Land Is Your Land||3:29|
NotesRecorded live at The Civic Center, Augusta, Maine on November 26th 1975.
GUAM was the band name informally given to the great assemblage of musicians Dylan took on the Rolling Thunder Revue tour of 1975 and 1976.
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On Discs 1-13: Bob Dylan – vocals, guitar, piano, harmonica Joan Baez – vocals and guitar on "Tears of Rage," "I Shall Be Released," "Blowin' in the Wind," "Wild Mountain Thyme," "Mama, You Been on My Mind," "Dark as a Dungeon," "The Times They Are a-Changin'," "I Dreamed I Saw St. Augustine," "Never Let Me Go," "The Water Is Wide," and. "This Land Is Your Land" Roger McGuinn – guitar and vocals on "Knockin' on Heaven's Door" and "This Land Is Your L. .
The Rolling Thunder Revue was a concert tour by American singer-songwriter Bob Dylan with numerous musicians and previous collaborators Some of the performers on the tour were Joan Baez, Roger McGuinn, Joni Mitchell, Ronee Blakely and Ramblin' Jack Elliott.
Joan Baez, Joni Mitchell, Bob Neuwirth and Ramblin’ Jack Elliott had spotlight roles while the band was an air force of guitarists – ex-Byrd Roger McGuinn, David Bowie alumnus Mick Ronson, a young T-Bone Burnett – with a decisive country-folk tang in Rivera’s fiddle and David Mansfield’s steel guitar. In his Rolling Thunder Logbook, recounting his impressions as he travelled on the 1975 tour, playwright Sam Shepard wrote about a moment preserved on the rarities CD – Dylan as guerilla minstrel, disrupting a roomful of older women playing mahjong in a Masschusetts oceanside hotel as he sits at a piano and hammers out Simple Twist of Fate.
Bob Dylan, Joan Baez, Allen Ginsberg, Patti Smith, Scarlet Rivera, Roger McGuinn, Ramblin’ Jack Elliott, Larry Ratso Sloman, Sam Shepard, Sharon Stone, Joni Mitchell, Ronnie Hawkins, Ronee Blakley, Rubin Hurricane Carter. Release Date: Jun 12, 2019. In the summer of 1975, in the middle of recording his album Desire, Bob Dylan decided that he wanted to go on tour again, but that he also wanted a break. A break from the crowds, from the press scrutiny, maybe even from his own stardom. On the Rolling Thunder Revue tour, Dylan appeared on stage wearing heavy mascara and the white-face makeup of a mime, as well as (on occasion) a clear plastic mask, and while that sounds pretentious, the element of concealment seems to have liberated him.
Bob Dylan's landmark 1975 Rolling Thunder Revue tour is the subject of a new documentary by Martin Scorsese and a comprehensive 14-disc box se. Others at the show included Joni Mitchell, Joan Baez, Ramblin' Jack Elliott, Ronee Blakley, Roger McGuinn and Gordon Lightfoot. Frank Lennon, Toronto Star via Getty Images). The background: When Bob Dylan toured for the first time in eight years in 1974 following his near-fatal 1966 motorcycle accident, he was backed by The Band for a triumphant tour dubbed Before the Flood that touched down in sports arenas and other large venues across the country. Bob Dylan's performances in the fall of 1975 on the Rolling Thunder Revue are some of the most impassioned of his career.
Bob Dylan’s 1975-76 Rolling Thunder Revue tour was an enormous undertaking featuring him alongside Joan Baez, Roger McGuinn, Joni Mitchell, Ronee Blakely, and Ramblin’ Jack Elliott. The tour is the subject of a new documentary and a 14-disc collection. Rolling Thunder Revue: A Bob Dylan Story By Martin Scorsese is streaming now on Netflix. The Rolling Thunder Revue: The 1975 Live Recordings Track List: Disc 1: Rake and Ramblin’ Boy.
Nevertheless, the Rolling Thunder Revue rejuvenated Dylan as a musician, in the manner of Elvis Presley's 1968 "comeback" special. And it generated enormous amounts of tour footage, some of which is reproduced here, within a highly conceptual framework, by Scorsese. Aficionados of analog-era, fly-on-the-wall nonfiction camerawork will admire the intelligence that Alk brings to every composition and camera move-assuming it's Alk's work that we're mostly seeing here, and it's impossible to know for sure, since Scorsese never identifies the footage that way, and lets us believe that "Van Dorp" shot all of it, because. A 2002 Bootleg Series treatment of the Rolling Thunder tour simulated a typical night across two CDs, drawing from the entire Dylan performances presented here (which also include Cambridge, Massachusetts on November 20th and afternoon and evening shows on the 21st in Boston). This box is still not the entire tale.
Rolling Thunder Revue: A Bob Dylan Story will be released on Netflix and in limited movie theaters on Wednesday. It shows one of the singer's strangest musical tours - his 1975 trip around the United States. That tour had the playfulness of old vaudeville performances and much of it was captured on film. The Rolling Thunder tour included singers Joni Mitchell, Joan Baez and Roger McGuinn as well as the poet Allen Ginsberg. Rock and roll singer Mick Ronson also joined the group. They played in small theaters without much publicity, although Dylan was a major star at the time.
Rolling Thunder Revue: A Bob Dylan Story will feature new on-camera interviews with the legendary songwriter. The streaming platform says the film captures the troubled spirit of America in 1975 and the joyous music that Dylan performed during the fall of that year. It is due later this year. Variety reports that the film will be less straightforward than Scorsese’s 2005 Dylan documentary, No Direction Home, which focused on the songwriter’s rise to fame, his move to New York and temporary retirement following a motorcycle accident in July 1966. Artists including Joni Mitchell, Joan Baez, Mick Ronson, Bette Midler, Roger McGuinn, Emmylou Harris and Allen Ginsberg joined Dylan on the autumn leg of the tour, which is said to be the focus of Scorsese’s film. Dylan’s mother also appeared. Dylan frequently performed in white face paint.