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Forever Young - Bob Dylan - Planet Waves (CD, Album)

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  1. This ol' rocker first heard Planet Waves in a Navy barracks out in Lamoore Naval Station, CA in the early 80s. I was particularly taken by two songs, the second version of Forever Young and the last track Wedding Song. Wedding Song goes back to the original Dylan-with-acoustic-guitar-and-harmonica /5().
  2. Bob Dylan -- Guitar, Harmonica. THE BAND Robbie Robertson -- Guitar Rick Danko -- Bass Levon Helm -- Drums Garth Hudson -- Organ Richard Manual -- Drums, Piano. Recorded November 5, 6 & 9 Village Recorder, Butler, West LA Engineer -- Bob Fraboni Assisted -- Nat Jeffery Special Assistance -- Robbie Robertson.
  3. Edgy, Personal Album Captures Legendary Artist Straddling Line Between Romance and Suspicion: Includes Beloved Favorites 'Forever Young' and 'You Angel You' Bob Dylan's Planet Waves became an event even before the album was released and revealed itself as an understated masterwork/5().
  4. Nov 15,  · Dylan had been working with The Band occasionally for almost ten years by the time Planet Waves, the first official release with the group backing him, was released in It's a solid effort with a brace of great songs ("Forever Young," "Something There Is About You"), even if the playing never rises to the fire and energy of The Basement Tapes or some of the combination's /5().
  5. Early 's "Planet Waves" was the bridging album between the folky/country material of the late sixties/early seventies and the acoustic-driven rock poetry that was "Blood On The Tracks". It is also as emotionally complex as that album too, no lightweight country pie on here/5().
  6. About “Planet Waves” The fourteenth studio album of Bob Dylan’s career see him one more time accompanied by The Band in another journey through roots rock. “Planet Waves” Q&A.
  7. AllMusic Review by Stephen Thomas Erlewine. Reteaming with the Band, Bob Dylan winds up with an album that recalls New Morning more than The Basement Tapes, since Planet Waves is given to a relaxed intimate tone -- all the more appropriate for a collection of modest songs about domestic life. As such, it may seem a little anticlimactic since it has none of the wildness of the best Dylan and Band 7/
  8. Planet Waves. Planet Waves is the fourteenth studio album by American singer-songwriter Bob Dylan, released on January 17, by Asylum Records in the United States and Island Records in the United Kingdom. Dylan is supported on the album by longtime collaborators The Band, with whom he embarked on a major reunion tour (documented on the live album Before the Flood) following its .

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