Driftin Too Far From Shore - Bob Dylan - Knocked Out Loaded (Cassette, Album)

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Label: CBS - 467040 4 • Format: Cassette Album, Reissue Chrome tape • Country: Europe • Genre: Rock, Pop • Style: Folk Rock


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  1. Driftin’ too far from shore Driftin’ too far from shore Driftin’ too far from shore Driftin’ too far from shore You and me we had completeness I give you all of what I could provide We weren’t on the wrong side, sweetness We were the wrong side I’ve already ripped out the phones, honey You can’t walk the streets in a war I can.
  2. Driftin' Too Far From Shore Written By – Bob Dylan: A4: Precious Memories Written By – Bob Dylan: A5: Maybe Someday Written By – Bob Dylan: B1: Brownsville Girl Written By – Bob Dylan, Sam Shepard (2) B2: I've Got My Mind Made Up Written By – Bob Dylan, Tom Petty: B3: Under Your Spell Written By – Bob 2/5(1).
  3. Drifitin' Too Far from Shore and Maybe Someday are both very good songs, but they both suffer from being overproduced and have a "80's sound" to them. The cover of Precious Memories is one of Dylan's finest covers, an absolutely beautiful rendition of the traditional hymn with a great vocal by Bob/5().
  4. It's easy to dismiss Knocked Out Loaded out of hand, considering it an extension of the slick professionalism of Empire Burlesque, only not written completely by liotidanelabobs.forludeneburbarsciherceticonce.co collaborates with everyone from Tom Petty to Sam Shepard, relying on recordings cut at various times in the mid-'80s, which makes its scattershot effect perhaps not so surprising.. Still, that scattershot approach has its 4/
  5. May 16,  · Bob Dylan's 24th studio album, released on July 14, by Columbia. The album title comes from a blues song called "Junco Partner", recorded by James Booker, and also by The Clash on their "Sandinista" album. The cover image originally appeared on the front of the American pulp magazine "Spicy-Adventure Stories", published in January with artwork by Harry Lemon Parkhurst/5().
  6. Driftin' too far from shore Driftin' too far from shore. I ain't gotta get lost in this current I don't like playing cat and mouse No gentleman likes making love to a servant Especially when he's in his fathers house I never could guess your weight baby Never needed to call you my whore I always thought you were straight baby But you're driftin.
  7. Knocked Out Loaded Released 07/14/ You Wanna Ramble. Bob Dylan -- Guitar T. Bone Burnett -- Guitar James Jamerson Jr. -- Bass Al Kooper -- Keyboards Raymond Lee Pounds -- Drums Background Vocals -- Carol Dennis, Madelyn Quebec, Muffy Hendrix, Annette May Thomas. They Killed Him. Bob Dylan -- Guitar Jack Sherman -- Guitar Vito San Filippo.
  8. Drifting too far from shore: a Dylan song with a rather bad press. That Bob Dylan was struggling artistically in the mids is not a matter of much dispute, although there are some who consider Knocked Out Loaded to be a seriously misunderstood album. In one sense I am in this camp – although only in one sense.

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