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Knocked Out Loaded Import


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  • Audio CD (March 1 2008)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: SBME
  • ASIN: B0012GN2JC
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)


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By highparkdave on March 4 2012
Format: Audio CD
Mixed feelings about this record. Hadn't spun it in some time and was hoping it would stand up. As I mentioned in the title it has some of his best lyrics ever. Something that had been missing since Blood on the Tracks. Musically it leaves me wanting more and less. Too much one-take fallibility. Not enough arranging. What you get from Bob sometimes. Love the Gregory Peck stuff and the periodic return to allegory. Just not enough great tunes to be a complete record.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on Oct. 2 2002
Format: Audio CD
Critics be damned; they never know what they're talking about anyway. Many of them have written about this record in a tone that presumes we all agree it's at or near the nadir of Dylan's output. But I don't agree, and neither do many of my fellow listeners. This is a soulful album, from the opening bass slide of "You Wanna Ramble" to the trailing chorus at the conclusion of "Under Your Spell." The songs (and the odd but intriguing cover as well) conjure desert landscapes and long, wearying journeys of the body and mind. The resolutions of the stories within are usually ambiguous, open-ended or simply unattainable. With much of Dylan's work, it's the spaces between people that help define how they communicate, because they must do so in relation to where they stand; point-of-view is paramount. This record is a good example of how Dylan's best stories feature players who must struggle across barren landscapes to understand themselves and each other. Bob might have changed some of the lyrics to the opening song, I don't know, but I find it interesting that the track includes the line, "What happens tomorrow/ Is on your head, not mine," a bit of foreshadowing since the line is spoken by Burl Ives in the 1960 Western 'The Big Country,' starring Gregory Peck. The band really kicks on this one, and the sound is very similar to what Bob and his band have been achieving on stage in recent years. "They Killed Him" was written by Kris Kristofferson, and I think it's a good song. People object to the use of a children's choir on this track, but it sounds right to me. The way it comes off it sort of reminds me of Tom T. Hall's "100 Children." The message of both songs is simple and direct; and who's going to argue with the sentiments expressed?Read more ›
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Format: Audio CD
A nearly carbon-copy of it's predecessor "Knocked Out Loaded"
turns some of the 80's rock elements of "Burlesque into a formula
and it sounds successful.But it is in Dylan's gospel tribute to
non-violance in "They Killed Him" and his poetic "Brownsville
Girl" that carry this music and make it better for us.Get this
and "Empire Burlesque" together-they're pretty much of a piece.
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By Matej on Feb. 2 2003
Format: Audio CD
So what if nobody ever heard Precious Memories done as reggae? Bob did it and it's refreshing to hear a different version. Everybody did that song the same - Johnny Cash, Emmylou Harris, Golden Gate Quartet and ZING! there comes Bob Dylan and does it different and cowrites some songs and doesn't put out another "Desire" because he's a bit tired of not being appreciated the other way - well, critics my foot!! Come all ye prophets who can't stand Dylan, eat your hearts out. He outdid you again, 'cos he's not only a great songwriter, he's a MUSICIAN and an ENTERTAINER. Well, the ones who can't stand it, better git. The others - go out and get this and don't be prejudiced by anything. It's a masterpiece.
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