Bob Dylan, The Band – The Basement Tapes (1975/2015) [FLAC 24bit, 192 kHz]

Bob Dylan, The Band - The Basement Tapes (1975/2015) [FLAC 24bit, 192 kHz] Download

Artist: Bob Dylan, The Band
Album: The Basement Tapes
Genre: Rock
Release Date: 1975/2015
Audio Format:: FLAC (tracks) 24bit, 192 kHz
Duration: 01:17:32
Total Tracks: 24
Total Size: 3,90 GB


1-01. Bob Dylan & The Band – Odds and Ends (01:46)
1-02. Bob Dylan & The Band – Orange Juice Blues (03:39)
1-03. Bob Dylan & The Band – Million Dollar Bash (02:32)
1-04. Bob Dylan & The Band – Yazoo Street Scandal (03:29)
1-05. Bob Dylan & The Band – Goin’ to Acapulco (05:27)
1-06. Bob Dylan & The Band – Katie’s Been Gone (02:48)
1-07. Bob Dylan & The Band – Lo and Behold! (02:46)
1-08. Bob Dylan & The Band – Bessie Smith (04:18)
1-09. Bob Dylan & The Band – Clothes Line Saga (02:58)
1-10. Bob Dylan & The Band – Apple Suckling Tree (02:48)
1-11. Bob Dylan & The Band – Please, Mrs. Henry (02:33)
1-12. Bob Dylan & The Band – Tears of Rage (04:16)
2-13. Bob Dylan & The Band – Too Much of Nothing (03:03)
2-14. Bob Dylan & The Band – Yea! Heavy And A Bottle Of Bread (02:15)
2-15. Bob Dylan & The Band – Ain’t No More Cane (03:58)
2-16. Bob Dylan & The Band – Crash on the Levee (02:04)
2-17. Bob Dylan & The Band – Ruben Remus (03:16)
2-18. Bob Dylan & The Band – Tiny Montgomery (02:50)
2-19. Bob Dylan & The Band – You Ain’t Goin’ Nowhere (02:43)
2-20. Bob Dylan & The Band – Don’t Ya Tell Henry (03:13)
2-21. Bob Dylan & The Band – Nothing Was Delivered (04:23)
2-22. Bob Dylan & The Band – Open the Door, Homer (02:49)
2-23. Bob Dylan & The Band – Long Distance Operator (03:39)
2-24. Bob Dylan & The Band – This Wheel’s on Fire (03:49)


“The Basement Tapes” is singer-songwriter Bob Dylan’s sixteenth studio album. The album’s tracks were recorded at house’s in and around Woodstock, New York between the years 1967 and 1968.The official release of The Basement Tapes – which were first heard on a 1968 bootleg called The Great White Wonder – plays with history somewhat, as Robbie Robertson overemphasizes the Band’s status in the sessions, making them out to be equally active to Dylan, adding in demos not cut at the sessions and overdubbing their recordings to flesh them out. As many bootlegs (most notably the complete five-disc series) reveal, this isn’t entirely true and the Band were nowhere near as active as Dylan, but that ultimately is a bit like nitpicking, since the music here (including the Band’s) is astonishingly good. The party line on The Basement Tapes is that it is Americana, as Dylan and the Band pick up the weirdness inherent in old folk, country, and blues tunes, but it transcends mere historical arcana through its lively, humorous, full-bodied performances. Dylan never sounded as loose, nor was he ever as funny as he is here, and this positively revels in its weird, wild character. For all the apparent antecedents – and the allusions are sly and obvious in equal measure – this is truly Dylan’s show, as he majestically evokes old myths and creates new ones, resulting in a crazy quilt of blues, humor, folk, tall tales, inside jokes, and rock. The Band pretty much pick up where Dylan left off, even singing a couple of his tunes, but they play it a little straight, on both their rockers and ballads. Not a bad thing at all, since this actually winds up providing context for the wild, mercurial brilliance of Dylan’s work – and, taken together, the results (especially in this judiciously compiled form with its expert song selection, even if there’s a bit too much Band) rank among the greatest American music ever made.

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