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Bob Dylan - Debut Album 1962 (Remastered 2016)

22-05-2016, 15:40
Folk | Rock

Title: Debut Album
Year Of Release: 1962/2016
Label: Dream Covers
Genre: Folk, Singer-Songwriter, Classic Rock
Quality: MP3 V0 kbps
Total Time: 01:17:27
Total Size: 103 mb


01 Youre No Good 1:42
02 Talkin Ney York 3:20
03 In My Time Of Dyin 2:41
04 Man Of Constant Sorrow 3:09
05 Fixin To Die 2:22
06 Pretty Peggy-O 3:24
07 Highway 51 2:52
08 Gospel Plow 1:46
09 Baby, Let Me Follow You Down 2:36
10 House Of The Risin Sun 5:20
11 Freight Train Blues 2:20
12 Song To Woody 2:43
13 See That My Grave Is Kept Clean 2:45
14 Mixed-Up Confusion (Single B-Side) (Bonus Track) 2:32
15 Roll On John (Bonus Track) 3:17
16 Hard Times In New York (Bonus Track) 2:34
17 Smokestack Lightning (Bonus Track) 3:05
18 Stealin Stealin (Bonus Track) 3:25
19 Baby, Please Dont Go (Bonus Track) 2:20
20 The Death Of Emmet Till (Bonus Track) 5:13
21 Man On The Street (Bonus Track) 2:27
22 Omie Wise (Bonus Track) 4:04
23 Dont Think Twice, Its Alright (Bonus Track) 3:22
24 The Girl I Left Behind (Bonus Track) 5:40
25 Blowin In The Wind (Bonus Track) 2:28

Almost all copies of Bob Dylan’s début LP, originally released in the USA in March 1962, were produced in mono. The “Bob Dylan” LP continued to be re-pressed in the USA in mono up until 1968. The UK was the first country outside of the USA to release “Bob Dylan”. UK copies were available in mono and stereo. It was several years before other territories released the album and as a consequence all of these releases were in stereo only.

The stereo issue of this album should come with a government health warning! This is a fine example of early 1960s stereo at its absolute worst. With only guitar, vocal and harmonica to deal with, the engineer has spread these three elements so thin and wide across the soundstage that the end result is nothing short of bizarre! He places the guitar entirely in one channel and the vocal in the other. The harmonica is then placed wholly either right or left, seemingly depending on the mood of the engineer. If you listen through headphones, you will hear some guitar in the vocal channel and some vocal in the guitar channel, but this is nothing more than leakage, i.e. the engineer hasn’t mixed the tape this way, it’s merely that the vocal mic has picked up some guitar and vice-versa. This stereo mix is so hideous that for many years the only version of this album that I could listen to was my early sixties pristine mono vinyl LP.

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mufty77   User offline   22 May 2016 16:20

Please in lossless!!!!!!

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