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Bob Dylan: 5 great songs recorded in 1974





This is not a “best from 1974” list, just 5 Great songs Bob Dylan recorded in 1974.

Up To Me

In its own way ‘Up To Me’ is as masterful an achievement as ‘Tangled Up In Blue’, using much the same technique to create a well-crafted juxtaposition of ‘what I know to be the truth’ and what I’m projecting’.
~Clinton Heylin (Still on the Road: The Songs of Bob Dylan Vol. 2, . 1974-2008)

A & R Studios
New York City, New York
19 September 1974

4th Blood On The Tracks recording session, produced by Bob Dylan.

First released on  BIOGRAPH, October 28, 1985.

Everything went from bad to worse, money never changed a thing
Death kept followin’, trackin’ us down, at least I heard your bluebird sing
Now somebody’s got to show their hand, time is an enemy
I know you’re long gone, I guess it must be up to me

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Bob Dylan: 10 concert videos you MUST see from the 90’s





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When I chose these 10 must-see Dylan concert videos, I emphasized on performance 70% & video/sound quality 30%.

I’ve only chosen among videos published here @ alldylan.com, they are all available here:

Please drop a comment, lead me to great Dylan videos from the 90’s not posted on alldylan or just tell me your favorite(s).

A Hard Rain’s A-Gonna Fall

Todaiji Temple
Nara, Japan
22 May 1994

Performance ******
Video & Sound ******
comment The event & the orchestra, Dylan was way out of his comfort zone & performed out of this world. Probably the best Dylan video from the 90’s.

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The Best Dylan Covers: Rodney Crowell with Emmylou Harris – Shelter From The Storm

Emmylou and Rodney in Oslo 2015

Shelter from the Storm” is a song by Bob Dylan, released on his 15th studio album,Blood on the Tracks, in 1975.

Along with “Tangled Up in Blue”, “Shelter from the Storm” was one of two songs fromBlood on the Tracks to be re-released on the 2000 compilation The Essential Bob Dylan. The song also appears on two live albums by Bob Dylan — Hard Rain (from a May 1976 performance) and At Budokan (recorded in February 1978).

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September 17: Bob Dylan – Blood On The Tracks, Second Recording Session in 1974

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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)

Albums involved:

ALBUM Release date CODE
Blood On The Tracks 1975-01-17 BOTT
Biograph 1985-11-07 BIO
Blood On The Tracks – Test pressing  Nov 74 BOTT-TP
Jerry Maguire – Soundtrack 1996-12-10 JMS

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Bob Dylan: Shelter From The Storm, 10 Great live versions (Video & Audio)

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’Twas in another lifetime, one of toil and blood
When blackness was a virtue and the road was full of mud
I came in from the wilderness, a creature void of form
“Come in,” she said, “I’ll give you shelter from the storm”

And if I pass this way again, you can rest assured
I’ll always do my best for her, on that I give my word
In a world of steel-eyed death, and men who are fighting to be warm
“Come in,” she said, “I’ll give you shelter from the storm”

“Shelter From The Storm”  is among Dylan’s finest songs and there many fantastic live versions available.

Here are 10.

The best one is off course:

Hughes Stadium
Colorado State University
Fort Collins, Colorado
23 May 1976

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