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New Morning [Import]

Bob Dylan Audio CD
4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
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By 1970, after his infamous motorcycle accident and a mess of an album called Self-Portrait, Dylan had lost his remarkable consistency, but not his talent. New Morning, a collection of songs that lacks the urgency of the singer's '60s material or the country cohesiveness of Nashville Skyline, is nonetheless rewarding in a laid-back way. Dylan, still affecting his low Johnny Cash imitation, sings strongly on the piano-heavy "Winterlude." "If Not For You and "Time Passes Slowly," which never became signature songs by any means, are two of his most underrated performances. Cocktail jazz piano and Martha Stewart's background scat-singing on "If Dogs Run Free" add to the album's experimental spirit. --Steve Knopper

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5.0 out of 5 stars One of the greatest folk-rock albums I've heard June 3 2004
Format:Audio CD
Because Bob 'made it' as a folk singer, this country tinged folk-rock album is seen as a 'poor album' since it isn't straight folk music. Pity. I love folk rock. This is my favourite folk-rock album ever, I think. I haven't heard them all yet! Stadnout's are the beautiful love song 'If not for you', the relaxing, easy-listening folk-rock of 'the day of the locusts' and 'Went to see the Gypsy', 'New Morning', the majestic 'Father of night' and the bluesy numbers 'One more weekend' and 'The man in me'. 'Winterlude' and 'Time Passes Slowly' have a simple beauty rarely found in music. The other songs a great too. With this record, Bob Dylan explores many easy-listening styles and give most of them a folk edge. A very simple record, the lyrics really capture a relaxed, laid-back atmosphere. They also have a beautiful appreciation for the simple things, like 'the Locusts sang, such a sweet melody'. Dylan even reveals a more spiritual side of himself in 'Three Angels' and 'Father of Night'. Highly recommended listening to anyone
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5.0 out of 5 stars Let's All Grow a Beard! June 2 2004
Format:Audio CD
sweet nessie and the good time band, there is a type of cornbread that I cook while listening to New Morning, it is called HOTWATER CORNBREAD. You have to soak your hands in icewater before you cook it or your hands will burn. This CD grew naturally out of the earth on the foothils of the Smoky Mountains, Bob Dylan cultivated it in a small wooden house for only one week and shuffled off to the recording studio. Man oh man is it a good one! Watch out for the dust flies!
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4.0 out of 5 stars Decent effort. Big comeback from Self Portrait May 17 2004
Format:Audio CD
This is a good effort at redemption from Dylan after "Self Portrait". However, it lacks the immediacy and necessity of most of his earlier work - he seems to be on cruise control.
Dylan fans were just happy to have Bob back at say, 67% of his past.
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4.0 out of 5 stars One of the least understood April 27 2004
By whoknew
Format:Audio CD
Never rated very highly, this album is one of dylan's most nuanced.
I've been listening to it for the past thirty years or so and it consistently astounds me. Not unlike the basement tapes, it takes you into a fictional, weird, and very personal America, to paraphrase Griel Marcus. I don't take to these reviews much, but I've always felt that this album, is in fact one of Dylan's better "experiments." Of course, the albums that aren't "experimental" are the least interesting
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2.0 out of 5 stars Worse than Self Portrait April 23 2004
Format:Audio CD
This CD does contain some good tracks but is not listenable.
I find I skip tracks which is not a sign of a consistent album.
One of Bobs weaker CDs.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Still Phasing After All These Years April 14 2004
Format:Audio CD
Martha Stewart is scat singing on "If Dogs Run Free?" I didn't know that...
Anyway, over the past 30 years, at different points in my life, this album has centered me. I have bought the vinyl, cassette, and CD versions of this through my life. No, it's not one of Dylans's most inspiring albums, but I find it very settling. Each track says something different, in a different way, which I find uplifting and fun. It's an album for listening, not dissecting or finding world truths. No, not perfect, but extremely satisfying.
Once again, thanks, Mr. Z.
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