Artist: Bob Dylan
Album: New Morning
Release Date: 1970/2014
Audio Format:: FLAC (tracks) 24 bit, 192 kHz
Total Tracks: 12
Total Size: 1,76 GB
1-1. Bob Dylan – If Not for You (Album Version) (02:43)
1-2. Bob Dylan – Day of the Locusts (Album Version) (04:01)
1-3. Bob Dylan – Time Passes Slowly (Album Version) (02:38)
1-4. Bob Dylan – Went to See the Gypsy (Album Version) (02:53)
1-5. Bob Dylan – Winterlude (Album Version) (02:25)
1-6. Bob Dylan – If Dogs Run Free (Album Version) (03:42)
1-7. Bob Dylan – New Morning (Album Version) (04:02)
1-8. Bob Dylan – Sign on the Window (Album Version) (03:43)
1-9. Bob Dylan – One More Weekend (Album Version) (03:14)
1-10. Bob Dylan – The Man in Me (03:11)
1-11. Bob Dylan – Three Angels (Album Version) (02:10)
1-12. Bob Dylan – Father of Night (Album Version) (01:29)
New Morning is the eleventh studio album by American singer-songwriter Bob Dylan, released on October 21, 1970 by Columbia Records.
Coming only four months after the controversial Self Portrait, the more concise and immediate New Morning received a much warmer reception from fans and critics. Most welcome was the return of Dylan’s familiar, nasal singing voice. While he has a slightly nasal tone to his voice on “Alberta #1” from Self Portrait, this was the first full album with his familiar voice since John Wesley Harding in 1967, when he began singing with a country croon. In retrospect, the album has come to be viewed as one of the artist’s lesser successes, especially following the release of Blood on the Tracks in 1975, often seen as a fuller return-to-form.
It reached No. 7 in the US, quickly going gold, and gave Dylan his sixth and last UK number 1 album until Together Through Life in 2009. The album’s most successful song from a commercial perspective is “If Not for You”, which also was recorded by George Harrison, who had played guitar on a version of the song not released until 1991’s The Bootleg Series Volumes 1–3, and was also an international hit for Olivia Newton-John in 1971. Bryan Ferry also included the song on Dylanesque.