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9 thoughts on “ I Want You - Bob Dylan & The Dead* - Dylan & The Dead (Cassette, Album) ”

  1. From the liner notes, I get the impression that Dylan basically showed up and performed with the Dead. The Dead's organization ran the tour. Jerry Garcia co-produced this album. Seems Bob didn't have much to do with it after the tour was over. But that's Bob/5().
  2. Includes numbered album sleeve print in A4 format. The label has the same cat-no. as the regular UK release, the stickers on front & back cover have the new cat-no. "Everything Is Broken" taken from the LP/MC/CD "Hh Mercy". "Dead Man Dead Man" recorded live in New orleans on Nov. 10, "I Want You" taken from the LP/MC/CD "Dylan & The Dead".
  3. Dylan & the Dead is a collaborative live album by American singer-songwriter Bob Dylan and the Grateful Dead, released on February 6, by Columbia Records. The album consists of seven songs written and sung by Dylan, with the Grateful Dead providing accompaniment. The album was produced by Jerry Garcia and John Cutler.
  4. "I Want You" is a song recorded by Bob Dylan in Recorded in the early morning hours of March 10, , the song was the last one recorded for Dylan's double-album Blonde on Blonde. It was issued as a single that June, shortly before the release of the album.
  5. Bob Dylan - Dead Man, Dead Man (live) Lyrics. Uttering idle words from a reprobate mind, Clinging to strange promises, dying on the line, Never bein' able to separate the good from the b.
  6. Mar 31,  · Stream Dylan & The Dead by Bob Dylan And the Grateful Dead and tens of millions of other songs on all Let's face it - ragged glory is what the Dead and Dylan are all about anyway. If you want polished, listen to Beyonce or something. What I particularly like about this (too) short album is that four of the songs don't appear on any other /5().
  7. Aug 02,  · On June 17th, BOB DYLAN appeared on the call-in radio show ROCKLINE hosted by Jim Coburn. I was lucky enough to get through and got to ask Bob .
  8. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Cassette release of Dylan & The Dead on Discogs/5(3).
  9. Quite possibly the worst album by either Bob Dylan or the Grateful Dead, the live Dylan & the Dead completely squanders its promise. Working from an intriguing selection of songs -- it includes staples like "Knockin' on Heaven's Door" and more obscure gems like "Joey" -- the Dead and Dylan contribute listless, meandering versions that are simply boring.

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