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Dylan / SV: Bootleg Series vol. 14
« Senaste inlägg av Tobias skrivet Idag kl. 09:51:45 »
If You See Her, Say Hello (Take 1): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yl6GOxZsZsg
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Dylan / SV: Bootleg Series vol. 14
« Senaste inlägg av Anders S skrivet 19 september, 2018, 20:24:21 »
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Dylan / SV: Bootleg Series vol. 14
« Senaste inlägg av Anders S skrivet 19 september, 2018, 20:23:49 »

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Dylan / SV: Bootleg Series vol. 14
« Senaste inlägg av Anders S skrivet 19 september, 2018, 20:23:05 »
Utdrag från Clinton Heylins kommande bok: No One Else Could Play That Tune: The Making and Unmaking of Bob Dylan’s Masterpiece

Blood on the Tracks New York Sessions | 16 September 1974
https://routepublishing.wordpress.com/2018/09/16/blood-on-the-tracks-new-york-sessions-16-september-1974/

Here was the very place – rebranded, but intact – where Dylan had recorded every official artifact between November 20th, 1961 (Bob Dylan) and January 25th, 1966 (‘One Of Us Must Know’). The sense of historical synergy was not lost on the one reporter diligent enough to reconstruct these sessions in real time. Larry Sloman’s description in his November Rolling Stone piece set the scene perfectly: ‘It looked like old times at Columbia’s A & R Studio September 16th. John Hammond Snr. was there. Phil Ramone was working the board. Eric Weissberg and Barry Kornfeld, two old Gaslight regulars, were unpacking their guitars. And sitting out in the cavernous studio … practically hidden behind a battery of six microphones, Bob Dylan was creating another album. And it was almost as if Dylan were consciously conjuring up the ambience of the early sixties.’

"On 16th September 1974, Bob Dylan entered A & R Studios in New York to begin recording ‘Blood on the Tracks’. The studio was of course the magical place where he recorded his first 6 albums. His original producer John Hammond joined him in the studio on this night, an ‘historic moment’ for them both. Bob warmed up solo, recording 6 songs over 10 takes. He was then joined by Eric Weissberg’s band Deliverance, tackling 4 songs in 13 takes. One of these – ‘Meet Me In The Morning’ – made it through to the final cut of ‘Blood on the Tracks’ and another – ‘Call Letter Blues’ – was later released on Bootleg Series Vol. 1-3. But it was the attempts of ‘Idiot Wind’ and ‘Tangled Up In Blue’ with just Bob and Deliverance bass player Tony Brown that would ultimately set the tone for the rest of the album…"

Blood on the Tracks New York Sessions | 17 September 1974
https://routepublishing.wordpress.com/2018/09/17/blood-on-the-tracks-new-york-sessions-17-september-1974/

I got a call the [ following] afternoon from a woman, who I believe worked for Columbia, telling me to come in for that evening’s session. I remember asking her if she had called Eric about this, and she replied something like, ‘No, Bob just wants you.’ … I was almost a bit surprised they called me back, because I did not think the first day had gone well. – Tony Brown

"On 17th September 1974, Bob Dylan was back in A & R Studios in New York for the second day of recording Blood on the Tracks. The feel for the album’s sound was starting to take shape, with bass player Tony Brown the only member of Deliverance invited back for the session. Keyboardist Paul Griffin came in to try organ and piano on a few takes, sometimes with Brown, sometimes without. There was a change in the assistant engineer’s chair too, Glenn Berger who had sat in the chair on the 16th had moved next door to work with Mick Jagger on mixing a Rolling Stones live tape for radio broadcast. His chair was taken up by Rich Blakin.

In all there was less than half the takes of the previous day, but the session was no less productive. Five songs intended for the album were attempted over 13 takes, plus one warm-up cover. From this session, the fourth take of ‘Shelter From The Storm’ and the third take of ‘You’re Gonna Make Me Lonesome When You Go’ made it all the way to the released album. The second take of ‘You’re A Big Girl Now’ was released later on Biograph and the second take of ‘Tangled Up In Blue’ was released on Bootleg Series Vol 1-3. An edited version of the first take of ‘Shelter From the Storm’ recorded this day featured on the soundtrack to the film Jerry Maguire.

By the end of the day, all 12 songs in consideration for the album had been attempted."

Blood on the Tracks New York Sessions | 18 September 1974
https://routepublishing.wordpress.com/2018/09/18/blood-on-the-tracks-new-york-sessions-18-september-1974/

By the next afternoon, Dylan was not so sure of himself and all he had wrought. As they began to mix songs from the master reels, a few takes fell foul of the review process, perhaps reflecting a darker mood on Dylan’s part.

On 18th September 1974, Bob Dylan was back in A & R Studios in New York for the third day of recording Blood on the Tracks. Engineer and studio chief Phil Ramone was busy mixing tracks pulled to master from the previous two days, and pedal steel player Buddy Cage was brought in to add overdubs on a few of the takes. As far as recording goes, this was the least productive day of the four. Bob had a go at recording ‘Buckets of Rain’ under the gaze of Mick Jagger in the control room, but abandoned it after four attempts. He left the studio early to go watch a concert and think about what he needed to do the following day to get the album he was hearing in his head.

Blood on the Tracks New York Sessions | 19 September 1974
https://routepublishing.wordpress.com/2018/09/19/blood-on-the-tracks-new-york-sessions-19-september-1974/

Dylan knew his vision for these songs, [which] was very pure and unadorned … Bob lived these words as he created them. Most of the tracks grew and changed organically … He knew as soon as he heard something whether or not it was what he was going for. It never took him more than one time to know … He worked so instinctively, more so than anyone I’ve ever worked with. – Ellen Bernstein, Columbia A&R person & girlfriend.

Dylan cut the whole [album] in six hours on a Monday night … Then came back in on Tuesday and cut most of [it] again … That seemed to work, but it turned out not … On the Thursday, we recorded the album for a third time … Now that blew my mind. – Glenn Berger, assistant engineer.


On 19th September 1974, Bob Dylan was back in A & R Studios for the fourth and final day of recording on the Blood on the Tracks New York sessions. A revivified Dylan was determined to finish what he had begun on the Monday. Starting proceedings at seven, he recalled Tony Brown, and Brown alone, to (re)capture the last few tracks. However, if Brown was thinking this will be like Tuesday – fourteen takes and home – he was soon disabused. It was 3.30am before Dylan was satisfied. By then, he and Brown had endured a recording marathon, capturing eight songs whole over a multitude of takes. Mick Jagger was once again looking on.

By the end of the evening, they recorded takes of ‘Buckets of Rain’ and ‘Simple Twist of Fate’ which would make it all the way to the final album. They also got takes of three further songs that would make it to the original test pressing of the album: ‘If You See Her, Say Hello’, ‘Tangled Up In Blue’ and ‘Idiot Wind’. Bob had his album… for now. Three months later a last minute change of heart would propel him to Sound 80 Studio in Minneapolis to rerecord five of the ten tracks that would appear on the released album. But that’s a different story…
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Andra artister / SV: John Hiatt
« Senaste inlägg av Bengt skrivet 19 september, 2018, 16:51:25 »
Video till "Over The Hill"  :d6:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uWo60XaBq2A
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Dylan / SV: Bootleg Series vol. 14
« Senaste inlägg av Tobias skrivet 19 september, 2018, 12:16:38 »
Boxen går att förboka på amazon.co.uk för 251 pund.

Ska man inte ha den som japansk blu-spec eller liknande lär man nog kunna komma över den fysiska boxen betydligt billigare än så, som tur är. Gissar på ett pris strax över tusenlappen, ungefär som "vanliga" Cutting Edge-boxen.
Ett officiellt tillkännagivande med alla detaljer är nog mycket nära nu.
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Dylan / SV: Bootleg Series vol. 14
« Senaste inlägg av JanneS skrivet 19 september, 2018, 12:03:17 »
Ser bra ut. Förmodligen är sista skivan Minneapolis-inspelningar, trots vad som tidigare sagts om att de inte ska vara med.
Det kommer också en nedskalad version som släpps som enkel-cd och dubbel-lp, med följande låtlista:

Tangled Up in Blue
Simple Twist of Fate
Shelter from the Storm
You're a Big Girl Now
Buckets of Rain
If You See Her, Say Hello
Lily, Rosemary and the Jack of Hearts
Meet Me in the Morning
Idiot Wind
You're Gonna Make Me Lonesome When You Go
Up to Me

Jag tror jag kommer att skaffa både deluxen och den nedskalade utgåvan.

Kan undra om enkeln är baserad på tagningarna från NYC-originalversionen av Blood on the tracks eller om det är helt andra tagningar. Tror jag måste vänta med att köpa deluxen.

Känns logiskt att enkeln baseras på NYC-inspelningarna. Vi får väl snart mer info om innehållet på Dylans hemsida.
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Dylan / SV: Bootleg Series vol. 14
« Senaste inlägg av JanneS skrivet 19 september, 2018, 11:58:02 »
Boxen går att förboka på amazon.co.uk för 251 pund.
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Dylan / SV: Bootleg Series vol. 14
« Senaste inlägg av egoBen skrivet 19 september, 2018, 11:41:38 »
Ser bra ut. Förmodligen är sista skivan Minneapolis-inspelningar, trots vad som tidigare sagts om att de inte ska vara med.
Det kommer också en nedskalad version som släpps som enkel-cd och dubbel-lp, med följande låtlista:

Tangled Up in Blue
Simple Twist of Fate
Shelter from the Storm
You're a Big Girl Now
Buckets of Rain
If You See Her, Say Hello
Lily, Rosemary and the Jack of Hearts
Meet Me in the Morning
Idiot Wind
You're Gonna Make Me Lonesome When You Go
Up to Me

Jag tror jag kommer att skaffa både deluxen och den nedskalade utgåvan.

Kan undra om enkeln är baserad på tagningarna från NYC-originalversionen av Blood on the tracks eller om det är helt andra tagningar. Tror jag måste vänta med att köpa deluxen.
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Dylan / SV: Bootleg Series vol. 14
« Senaste inlägg av Tobias skrivet 19 september, 2018, 10:57:24 »
Ser bra ut. Förmodligen är sista skivan Minneapolis-inspelningar, trots vad som tidigare sagts om att de inte ska vara med.
Det kommer också en nedskalad version som släpps som enkel-cd och dubbel-lp, med följande låtlista:

Tangled Up in Blue
Simple Twist of Fate
Shelter from the Storm
You're a Big Girl Now
Buckets of Rain
If You See Her, Say Hello
Lily, Rosemary and the Jack of Hearts
Meet Me in the Morning
Idiot Wind
You're Gonna Make Me Lonesome When You Go
Up to Me

Jag tror jag kommer att skaffa både deluxen och den nedskalade utgåvan.
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