Bob Dylan - Friend of mine album
Bob Dylan is the debut studio album by American singer-songwriter Bob Dylan, released on March 19, 1962 by Columbia Records. Produced by Columbia's legendary talent scout John H. Hammond, who signed Dylan to the label, the album features folk standards, plus two original compositions, "Talkin' New York" and "Song to Woody".
Album The Bootleg Series, Vol 1-3: Rare & Unreleased 1961-1991. He Was A Friend Of Mine Lyrics. He was a friend of mine He was a friend of mine Every time I think about him now Lord I just can't keep from crying Cause he was a friend of mine. He died on the road He died on the road He never had enough money To pay his room or board And he was a friend of mine. I stole away and cried I stole away and cried Cause I never had too much money And I never been quite satisfied And he was a friend of mine. The Dylan version has been interpreted to lament the death of Christ. Many claim the Nelson version laments the death of a homosexual lover. All of these varying interpretations reflect the thoughts and feelings of the artist as well as those of the listener. It all adds up to this being one powerful song. He Was A Friend Of Mine" Track Info. Written By Traditional.
Mais ouvidas de Bob Dylan. 01 Blowin' In The Wind. 02 Knockin' on Heaven's Door (from the MGM film, Pat Garrett & Billy The Kid). 03 Forever Young (Album Version). 04 Lay, Lady, Lay. 05 Baby, I'm in the Mood for You. 06 Mr. Tambourine Man. 07 Love Minus Zero, No Limit (Live). 08 All I Really Want to Do (Album Version). 09 Make You Feel My Love. 10 Railroad Bill (Self Portrait). 11 Gates of Eden (Live). 12 Like a Rolling Stone (Alternate Take). 14 Wigwam (Without Overdubs). 15 Outlaw Blues (Acoustic Version). 16 Visions of Johanna.
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This is Bob Dylan’s Dream but the loss is a loss of one friend through death – not the whole group drifting apart on the winds of fate. In the Dream the friendship can’t be recovered because life isn’t like that. Here his friendship is torn by something far more ultimate and real: he died in a road accident
On first listen, it was a bit off-putting with all the license she took with the material, but on second and repeated listens, it settled in like an old friend on the couch telling stories. Beginning with a slippery, country-tinged bluesy "Buckets of Rain," and moving into a jazz groove on "Lay Lady Lay," (a weak tune by Dylan even if it was a hit) in which she changes the lyrics along gender lines and transforms the tune, perhaps offering a definitive version.
Bob Dylan (arr) Released on The Bootleg Series 1-3 (1991) Tabbed by Eyolf Østrem. Capo 2nd fret (original key D major). I stole away and cried I stole away and cried 'Cause I never had too much money And I never been quite satisfied And he was a friend of mine. He never done no wrong He never done no wrong A thousand miles from home And he never harmed no one And he was a friend of mine. He was a friend of mine He was a friend of mine Every time I hear his name Lord I just can't keep from cryin' 'Cause he was a friend of mine.
Bob Dylan’s eponymous debut album, released on March 19, 1962, is Dylan before he became Dylan. The 20-year-old folk singer had clocked less than a year in New York City by the time he recorded it. Only two original songs are on the album, alongside 11 recordings of classic folk songs. Here are 10 facts about Bob Dylan, an album that only took two afternoons to record.