Date de sortie
16 sept. 2003
Durée de lecture
10 titres
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    Titre     Durée Auditeurs
1 Hurricane 8:32 380 856
2 Isis 6:58 95 581
3 Mozambique 3:00 75 737
4 One More Cup of Coffee (Valley Below) 3:30 24 781
4 One More Cup of Coffee 3:44 102 903
5 Oh, Sister 4:01 115 923
6 Joey 11:05 65 879
7 Romance in Durango 5:44 71 743
8 Black Diamond Bay 7:29 60 020
9 Sara 5:31 80 636

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  • TheUselessGolem

    It's like Bob spent a month soaking his voice in truth before recording the album.

    5 mars 17h52m Répondre
  • alpikk

    Do we have to comment in English? Love this album, my uncle introduced it to me in a very young age. I am glad for that.

    3 mars 0h21m Répondre
  • wonsuponatime

    "Planet Waves", "Blood on the Tracks" & "Desire" is one hell of a trilogy. Beats his 1965/1966 albums imo. You really have to look to find an artist or a band who produced three consecutive albums of such quality. By the way, maybe it's a stupid question, but how were they able to fit in 56 minutes on an LP?

    31 jan. 12h08m Répondre
  • czarli_money

    My favourite Dylan album.

    19 nov. 2013 Répondre
  • Walwynwalwyn

    Desire, Blood on the Tracks, Street Legal three albums all different and all great in their own way.

    20 août 2013 Répondre
  • silverlage

    Good call Derek. Thanks for the suggestion...t7b

    13 août 2013 Répondre
  • ralfsu

    Sometimes I wish I could, like, listen to 5 Dylan albums at the same time (in a way that they wouldn't overlap with each other) but that would be like Mentos in Coke.. in my trousers

    18 juin 2013 Répondre
  • ralfsu

    I still haven't heard Abandoned Desire or whatever it was called, to be frank! I hear it sounds super.

    18 juin 2013 Répondre
  • ralfsu

    I think Dylan owes a lot to Scarlet Riviera, Jacques Levy & perhaps Emmylou Harris for the album's greatness. Their involvement is what makes this album so damn unique. In fact I would say it's the most unique Dylan album. Don't listen to it a lot these days but the inclusion of Black Diamond Bay, Isis, etc makes this a top Dylan release, those songs are epic and timeless. Woulda been nice to have Abandoned Love there instead of Joey though, but whatcha gonna do.

    18 juin 2013 Répondre
  • TheGreatChupon

    How can it be that I used to think the production on this album sucked? I read recently on a forum or somewhere some guy defying anybody today to record an album that could get the vocals and guitars and drums to sound so phenomenally fucking rich and abrasive and ALIVE. No kidding. I don't think it could be done. I really, really don't think it's possible anymore, not with the way musicians *or* studios approach recording. It's wild!

    17 juin 2013 Répondre
  • TheGreatChupon

    Yes! Written and recorded during what was apparently a very, very hot summer in New York. You can hear it in the way the band play, but it's not a bad thing at all. Props to Dylan for harnessing the meteorological mood!

    10 mai 2013 Répondre
  • manisimmati

    This album has a really strange and interesting atmosphere to it, that is hard to describe. Maybe something like "sultry" is appropriate. I love it!

    8 avr. 2013 Répondre
  • ralfsu

    These notes are being written in a bathtub in Maine under ideal conditions, in every Curio Lounge from Brooklyn to Guam, from Lowell to Durango oh sister, when I fall into your spacy arms, can not ya feel the weight of oblivion and the songs of redemption on your backside we surface alongside miles standish and take the rock. We have relations in Mozambique. I have a brother or two and a whole lot of karma to burn...Isis and the moon shine on me.

    3 jan. 2013 Répondre
  • TheFatChocobo

    And Joey's good, I do like the song, but if, say, Abandoned Love and Golden Loom had made the tracklist in its place, this would be a no-holds-barred masterpiece album!

    9 déc. 2012 Répondre
  • TheFatChocobo

    Hurricane and Joey are actually my two least favorite tracks on here (Hurricane because of the performance, not the song quality itself; it's a marvel on the Rolling Thunder Revue for sure, and a very well-written song) but Black Diamond Bay is one of my all-time Bob favorites.

    9 déc. 2012 Répondre
  • Ro-beer-val

    8 déc. 2012 Répondre
  • mk741

    All over the place, but contains some of his best work in Hurricane, Joey, and Black Diamond Bay.

    4 déc. 2012 Répondre
  • Tron1276

    Such a pure and beautiful album. Emmylou Harris KILLIN' it.

    19 nov. 2012 Répondre
  • TheSuperCrasher

    Only loving Hurricane, Isis and Sara right now. The rest ... ehh, I'm sure it'll eventually grow on me.

    15 nov. 2012 Répondre
  • Parabellum13x

    This one is my favorite.

    27 oct. 2012 Répondre
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