Good as I Been to You Import
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Limited edition 180gm vinyl LP pressing of this classic album. Music On Vinyl.
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These songs are all mesmerizing, but Hard Times deserves special attention, as Dylan pours his heart and soul into the song. Arthur McBride is another incredible story-telling saga. Tomorrow Night particularly shows off Dylan's harmonica-playing, and the song's familiarity provides an opening for those seeking to appreciate this impressive album and proves once again that Dylan can in fact sing a love song with great feeling. Don't think that these tracks are all slow and somber anthems, though; a quick listen at Step It Up and Go will show you that Dylan can infuse tons of energy into folk music. Good As I Been To You is Dylan at his most natural, and one can only sit back and revel in the story-telling prowess of one of music's most influential and legendary performers.Read more ›
These are songs Dylan has been singing for a long time: there is a very Woody Guthrie inspired version of 'Black Jack Davey' that Dylan recorded under the title 'Gypsy Davey' in 1960 - 61. I don't know anyone, singer, performer, critic or scholar, who understands folk music as authentically or with as little prejudice as Bob Dylan, so I think its worth hearing what he has to say about it.
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This album is okay, and I wouldn't disparage anyone who thinks it's great, but those who claim this is Dylan's best album aren't praising Dylan but insulting him. Read morePublished on Dec 12 2003
Funny how so many of those that don't rate this recording highly are comparing Dylan to Dylan versus the music to other music. Read morePublished on Nov. 1 2003 by Sounding off
Who knew that Bob Dylan was such a phenomenal acoustic guitarist? Sure, his early folk-based works reveal a solid player, but on this recording, Mr. Read morePublished on May 30 2003 by Charles A Carlino