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John Wesley Harding

John Wesley Harding
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11 years ago at Aug 9 23:36
Utterly fantastic album. Highly undervalued.
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Description: Bob Dylan's remarkable first album after his debilitating 1966 motorcycle accident isn't as urgent as the ambitious folk and rock songs he wrote earlier in the decade. Even considering the rocking "All Along the Watchtower" (covered famously by Jimi Hendrix), the album's overall feeling is soft and laid-back, all gently strummed guitars, perfectly timed harmonicas, and some of Dylan's best pure singing to date. The 1968 release sounds as if the songwriter and his three sidemen set up a few tape recorders in a bedroom and began playing as soon as they woke up in the morning. They open with the title track (a folk ... (more)
Manufacturer: Columbia
Release date: 29 March 2004
EAN: 5099751234722
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500 CDs You Must Own Before You Die! (500 music items)

"John Wesley Harding goes for country over folk, despite using what are seemingly folk tales to couch its cryptic political allegory. The sound is straightforward, paving the way for country-rockers, but the words are knottier than ever. Standout track: “All Along the Watchtower”"


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