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"You're Gonna Quit Me" is the ultimate guilt trip. (1993) All folk, with the weight of the world very apparent, this album uses the downward spiral of the Earth as an excuse for being no good. "Gotta Serve Somebody" doesn't quite convince; "Gonna Change My Way of Thinking" is more like it, hypnotic and compelling. (1969) Decades before alt-country, many found this uncool, but "Lay Lady Lay" was a deserving hit, not to mention the Johnny Cash duet "Girl from the North Country," and a crooning vocal delivery that wouldn't last long. (1980) Dylan's most hardcore salvation album went as deep into Gospel as he would ever get; the title track testifies with the insistent beat of the church chorus.
"Blood in My Eyes," meant to convey lust, sounds medical.
Robert Allen Zimmerman, music own’s poet laureate better known as Bob Dylan, has won the Nobel Prize for Literature.
There he heard a singer (whose name he recalls as Martin Carthy) perform "Lord Franklin," and that old melody found a new adapted home in "Bob Dylan's Dream." The song is a fond looking back at the easy camaraderie and idealism of the young when they are young. "Girl of the North Country" (see this text for more about this song) is only very loosely based on "Scarborough Fair" but "' Bob Dylan's Dream' continued what was by January 1963 a well-established compositional pattern.(1985) Producer Arthur Baker should be tried for crimes against music, burying some good songs in appalling '80s synths and drums. The outlier is "Brownsville Girl," a stunning collaboration with Sam Shepard. (1970) Dylan said he made this album to get the hippies off his lawn, which didn't work. "Mississippi" is Dylan's greatest song of the new millennium, getting bleaker all the time. (1997) Dylan nearly died of heart disease in '97, and when he didn't, this return to songwriting after seven years was greeted like a miracle. "Idiot Wind" lashes out against all idiocy, but Dylan makes himself the idiot in the end.High points are tracks from a performance at the Isle of Wight Festival with The Band, and the pirate anthem "Days of '49." Listen: "Mighty Quinn (Quinn the Eskimo)" MP3 27. (2006) This album hit number one on the chart, but ripped off enough old blues songs to be tried for grand larceny. "Love Sick" can't even be sullied by its use in a Victoria's Secret commercial. (1963) This is where Dylan became Dylan, leaving obscurity behind forever. (1965) Dylan goes electric on side one, but gets visionary on acoustic side two. "Tangled Up in Blue" tangles memory, love, and pain, and manages to squeeze in a nod to Petrarch, too. His love life has been almost as tumultuous as his musical career; in tribute, we're taking a look back at some of his most important relationships and the songs they inspired.Dylan's first major relationship was with Suze Rotolo, a young artist and daughter of radicals living in Greenwich Village. We started talking and my head started to spin." Dylan charmed Rotolo, who remembered him as "funny, engaging and persistent." They quickly moved in together, against the wishes of her parents.