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The Bootleg Series vol. 5 : Bob Dylan Live 1975 : The Rolling Thunder Revue Import

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  • CD (26 novembre 2002)
  • Nombre de disques: 2
  • Format : Import
  • Label: Mis
  • ASIN : B00006NT3H
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Disque : 1

  1. Tonight I'll Be Staying Here With You
  2. It Ain't Me, Babe
  3. A Hard Rain's A-Gonna Fall
  4. The Lonesome Death Of Hattie Carroll
  5. Romance In Durango
  6. Isis
  7. Mr. Tambourine Man
  8. Simple Twist Of Fate
  9. Blowin' In The Wind
  10. Mama, You Been On My Mind
  11. I Shall Be Released

Disque : 2

  1. It's All Over Now, Baby Blue
  2. Love Minus Zero/No Limit
  3. Tangled Up In Blue
  4. The Water Is Wide
  5. It Takes A Lot To Laugh, It Takes A Train To Cry
  6. Oh, Sister
  7. Hurricane
  8. One More Cup Of Coffee (Valley Below)
  9. Sara
  10. Just Like A Woman
  11. Knockin' On Heaven's Door

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BOOTLEG SERIES 5: LIVE 1975


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Un live de Dylan d'anthologie ! The Rolling Thunder Revue de 75 , une de ses meilleures périodes ( il en a eu plusieurs ) . Là , il a le feu sacré ! Sa voix est extraordinaire ( rauque , un brin voilée et incroyablement forte ) ce qui n'est plus trop le cas maintenant .
Dès le début ( avec "Tonight I'll Be Staying Here With You" ) il chante comme un perdu , la rage au coeur , le verbe incandescent et ça continue comme ça sur 2 cd ... C'est foutraque , pas toujours bien dompté avec tout ce monde avec lui sur scène mais il domine cela comme qui rigole !
Les chansons sont splendides , version plein pot ou en solo acoustique ( le sublime "Mr Tambourine Man" et le superbe "It's All Over Now , Baby Blue" qui avait réduit a quia un Donovan ébahi dans le film "Don't Look Back" ). Dylan articule comme un prêcheur halluciné et un peu énervé ( c'est aussi un régal de le VOIR chanter , même sans musique ... ) balance les mots comme personne ( la scansion ! la scansion ! ) ... Homme éloquent et charismatique , Bob Dylan a rameuté tous ses amis musiciens ( oui , la grande Joan Baez est là pour "Mama You Been On My Mind", entre autres ; elle ne va pas jusqu'à l'imiter , comme elle le fait si bien , mais on sent que ça la démange ! Roger McGuinn aussi est là pour le "Knockin' on Heaven's door" de fin à pleurer , ainsi que plein d'autres et même Sam Shepard , pas loin ... et Scarlet Rivera , elle est là avec son violon ? oui , oui , elle est là ! et Mick Ronson etc , etc ...
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Nombreuses sont les réorchestrations des chansons de Dylan par lui même et dieu sait qu'elles ne sont pas toutes bonnes. Les versions qu'il a servies sur cette tournée de 1975 sont tout simplement un régal tant elles ont une énergie formidable. Il n'y a qu'à écouter it ain't me, babe, simple twist of fate, ou encore tangled up in blue.
De plus, les chansons de Desire sont toutes jouées dans la version album (qui n'est sorti qu'après la tournée) avec une peche d'enfer.
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HASH(0x8ebede4c) étoiles sur 5 One of the Best Live Releases Ever! 7 janvier 2003
Par mark - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This fifth entry in Dylan's much hailed Bootleg Series chronicles the his legendary carnival like 1975 tour, the Rolling Thunder Revue. Legend says that Dylan wanted to do something fresh so he got together a new group of people, some new and some old, and set out to re-invent himself with new energy and purpose. This set, which was taken from shows in the early parts of the tour, displays Dylan at some of his most free and open, feeding off his assembled band.
Once of Dylan's best qualities is the fact that no matter how old, new, bland, or ballsy a song of his is, he has the power to change it to be whatever he wants it to be. He can re-invent everything from the mood to lyrics without making the song any less powerful. Anyone who has seen him on tour lately can attest to that and it's just as obvious here.
Featuring some, at that time, new material the tour had to be a treat for fans because I can't imagine the songs can sound anymore passionate than they do on the record. A good bunch of songs that ended up on the 'Desire' record (which I do not yet have) are quite spectacular. Many thanks to the splendid violin work of Scarlett Rivera, which adds some extra flavor to already great songs. "Isis" is Dylan at his most passionate, "Sara" at his most open, and "Hurricane" at his most political.
Songs like "It's All Over Now, Baby Blue" and "Love Minus Zero/No Limit" are that much more touching with Dylan injecting spirit into them with his voice being in top form. "Tangled Up in Blue" can stand side by side with it's studio counterpart, this time Dylan's coming across even more personally part of the song. "Knockin' on Heaven's Door" is even more tense and dramatic here than the original with Roger McGuinn of Byrds fame lending a hand.
Folk singer Joan Baez contributes vocals to a couple of tunes and her vocal performance is the perfect compliment to Dylan's rough voice. Being an old friend of Dylan, she fits naturally into songs from his early career like the classic "Blowing in the Wind" and one of his more well known unofficially released tracks "Mama, You Been on My Mind".
Although bootlegged many times over, this will easily stand as the definitive issue from the legendary Rolling Thunder Revue. A treat for Dylan's newest fans and longtime fanatics alike, it captures the freewheeling, loose feeling that the tour was supposed to be all about. One only can hope Columbia keeps pushing these Bootleg Series releases out as they've been nothing but universally hailed as worthy releases (a sixth one is already slated for next year). The 2 video and one audio bonus DVD adds that much more to the set, allowing the viewer to grasp the collective feel the tour was about as well as getting a glimpse of Dylan in one of his more unique looks with his mysterious white face paint.
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HASH(0x8ebd7654) étoiles sur 5 Glad it's out officially for everyone to hear 1 décembre 2002
Par Doria Slote - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Had Dylan taken the Rolling Thunder Revue through the midwest instead I would have been lucky enough to hear this music live as a college kid. Instead I heard "Mama, You Been on My Mind," "The Water is Wide," and the intense live versions of "Romance in Durango" and "Isis" on a vinyl bootleg a friend turned me on to the following spring. That was just the beginning. A few months later I picked up another bootleg which contained for me the definitive versions of "It Ain't Me Babe," "Just Like a Woman," and "Knockin' on Heaven's Door" (Providence, R.I.) CDs brought along CD bootlegs and later I got a great two-CD set from the Boston Music Hall (from which several songs for this new official release are drawn). For years I've made tapes of this sweetly magical gypsy-circus rock and roll music for friends, and am glad now everyone can hear it so easily (and in such powerfully clear sound). In response to the reviewer critizing bootleggers for muddy sonics, I'd just say, at least they didn't wait 27 years to put it out! If you like this record, I'd encourge folks to seek out songs left off: "When I Paint My Masterpiece," "Never Let Me Go," "I Dreamed I Saw St. Augustine," "Dark as a Dungeon," and "This Land is Your Land," among others. Still, the sound here is revelatory - three-dimensional at times, especially Scarlet's violin on "Durango." Other highlights include "Mr. Tambourine Man," maybe Dylan's best version ever of this song, (and muffled on my bootleg) "Love Minus Zero/No Limit," one of Dylan's most tender ballads, rendered beautifully here, and "One More Cup of Coffee (Valley Below)," reminding us what superb album Desire was (strange how these songs have vanished from Dylan's current repertoire). To CBS: how about something from 1997-2002 next? The current piano/covers tour is fantastic. Will we have to wait until 2029 for that one? (Bootlegs available now.) Or how about a complete issue of the basement tapes (most of the songs still unofficially released after 35 years). Thanks, though, for this one. It'll be in my player for a long time.
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HASH(0x8ef6c990) étoiles sur 5 Could this be the best Bob Dylan album? 29 novembre 2002
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I can't take these discs out of my cd player. I play them over and over again. These are some of the best performances of these tunes I've ever heard. His energy is very high - but not that "charge through the song as fast as I can" stuff. He's focused, he really interprets the lyrics - hell - he even enunciates clearly. You'll be surprised, as I was, that his acoustic work here is far better than it was on the previous "bootleg" release from 1964. The song selection is also outstanding, without a single clunker in the group. And this rag-tag pick-up band does a great job of staying right there with him - without the strained shrillness of the '75 (?) concert performance he did with The Band. He's clearly having a great time, and it's very infectious. The DVD is a nice touch with performances of Tangled Up in Blue and Isis. This album also demonstrates, for those who don't already know, that the songs from Desire are among his best. Superb liner notes, too. I can't say enough good things about this album. If you're a Dylan fan, this is an absolute "must-have".
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HASH(0x8f07ec54) étoiles sur 5 ...- Positively ecstatic! 27 mars 2003
Par junkmedia - Publié sur Amazon.com
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In November of 1975, Bob Dylan was hitting his stride in a way he hadn't since his mid-'60s amphetamine-fueled heyday. In January, Blood On The Tracks-one of Dylan's most accomplished and affecting albums-had been released. That spring, he began popping up in his old Greenwich Village haunts, hungry for some new inspiration. By the end of the summer, he had recorded the adventurous, genre-bending Desire, which would go on to be Dylan's only chart-topping LP of the '70s. Yes, the man was on an undeniable roll, his critical and commercial standing reaching new and unprecedented heights. And to cap off this banner year, Dylan embarked on one of the most exciting and innovative tours of his career.
This tour, dubbed the Rolling Thunder Revue, is given its due on the new volume of Dylan's on-again off-again Bootleg Series. The 22 songs collected on the double-disc paint a well-nigh definitive picture of what went down as Dylan and his merry band of musicians played a string of tiny theater and small arena dates in the northeast United States and Canada. For the past 27 years, die-hard fans have had to rely on decent-to- terrible sounding bootlegs of these now-legendary shows. But Live 1975 presents crystal clear recordings of Dylan and the Rolling Thunder band in all of its glory.
And this is a good thing, because this band was really something else. On paper, it looks like chaos, like a bad idea gone horribly wrong. The glam-rock lead guitar of ex-Spider From Mars Mick Ronson, the country fried pedal steel and mandolin of David Mansfield, the gypsy violin of Scarlet Rivera-these ingredients should by all rights make for a foul-tasting combo. But, somehow, the sonic mismatching conjures up a beautifully loose and ragged atmosphere, appropriate for the carnival-esque feel of the tour.
The Rolling Thunder '75 tour saw Dylan reclaiming some of his best-known tunes and transforming them with new and exciting arrangements. "It Ain't Me, Babe," one of Dylan's undisputed classics, is irreverently given a loping, almost-reggae beat. And the formerly hymn-like "A Hard Rain's A-Gonna Fall" is played as a pounding, vintage Chicago blues, with Dylan hollering like a man possessed.
The songwriter seems positively ecstatic in his new musical surroundings. In the opening cut, "Tonight I'll Be Staying Here With You," he shouts "get ready!" His voice sounds warmer than ever before or after. Elsewhere, on the solo acoustic cuts and the handful of duets performed with Joan Baez, he actually sounds happy to be there, happy to be performing for his audience. Yes, Live 75 offers a glimpse into what a happy Bob Dylan might sound like. Surprisingly enough, Dylan doesn't need to brood to be brilliant.
Also highlighted on Live 75 are the weird and wonderful songs from Desire, which wouldn't be released until 1976. Dylan debuted more than half of the album on this tour, and the performances, quite frankly, blow away the studio versions. The gripping performance of "Isis" is worth the price of admission alone. And the mysterious "One More Cup of Coffee (Valley Below)," one of the stranger songs Dylan's ever written, is given a bone chilling and precise reading. Dylan would never again perform many of these songs, making this tour even more special.
If Live 75 had been released immediately following the Rolling Thunder tour, it would have been undoubtedly hailed as one of the great live albums of the '70s. Better late than never, I suppose. Fans can only hope that Dylan's Bootleg Series continues with more regularity in the future. The man's vault is bulging with unreleased material that is vital to our understanding and appreciation of this great songwriter. Volumes 1-5 are just the tip of the iceberg.
Tyler Wilcox
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HASH(0x8efafde0) étoiles sur 5 Forever Young 3 décembre 2002
Par Richard Wells - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Be it Bobby, Timmy, Zimmy, or RJ, Bob Dylan has created a persona that makes him the greatest performing artist of the century. He's not only written the script, but also developed a character that has been on the world's stage, and in our sound systems, for over 40 years. And over the past few years he's found a way to live in multi-dimensional time. Here he is performing in the hinterlands - 2002; no, here he is "live" on CD - 1975; no, wait a minute, there he is "live" in 1964. Is he 60, 30, or 20? He's "here, there, and everywhere," he's evergreen, forever young, always active, and multi-media: stage, screen, books, discs. Amazing.
With "Bob Dylan Live 1975," we have Mr. Dylan at the height of his powers. Allen Ginsberg called him the "Emperor of Sound," and he was right. The Rolling Thunder Review provided a hard charging back up to Dylan fiery, tender, and articulate; and these discs release a sound that transcends their technology. There's not a clunker in this 22 song set, and some of the versions are the best ever released. "A Hard Rain's A-Gonna Fall," on the fiery end comes to us from the mountain top - prophetic and rockin'; "Sara," is tenderly and deeply from the heart - the artist stands naked. I can't imagine a more impassioned reading of his work than this set - he performs like a believer, in the words, the music, and the life. The only release that might top this has yet to be released, and I suspect it will come out of his "Slow Train," performances.
To finish off, I don't think I've ever heard a "live performance," of this intensity by any other artist. Buy this one, and play it for anyone, young or old, who's wondering what all the fuss is about.
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