Bob Dylan’s second recording session for Blood On The Tracks continued on September 17, 1974. Another important day in the studio.
Here are some quotes, facts & music….
We cut the entire album in one day like that. Now that blew my mind. I was 19-years-old and trying to learn how to make art. The style of the time was set by guys I was working with like Paul Simon, who would take weeks recording a guitar part only to throw it away. I thought that was the way one was supposed to do it: one note at a time and a year to make an album. Dylan cut the whole thing in six hours on a Monday night. I was confused. It was like the floor, barely built under my young soul, was being ripped apart, board by board.
Then Dylan came back in on Tuesday, and recorded most of the album again.
~Glenn Berger (Bob Dylan’s Blood On The Tracks: The Untold Story)
|Blood On The Tracks||1975-01-17||BOTT|
|Blood On The Tracks – Test pressing||Nov 74||BOTT-TP|
|Jerry Maguire – Soundtrack||1996-12-10||JMS|