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Bob Dylan, Nashville Skyline Full Album Zip



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Bob Dylan, Nashville Skyline Full Album Zip


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Shakey was also where I learned about Neil\u2019s extensive shadow discography. What I had assumed was a near-complete collection of his entire recorded output on my 160GB iPod classic was actually far from it. Apparently, there were whole albums he recorded at the very height of his creative peak during the mid-1970s that were simply locked away somewhere in his Broken Arrow Ranch waiting for some undetermined day in the future when he would finally pick them up, dust them off and share them with the World. Hopefully.


This was the same tour that spawned the contemporary live album Time Fades Away; a project that Neil has sometimes described as \u201Cthe worst record I ever made...but as a documentary of what was happening to me, it was a great record.\u201D I love Time Fades Away \u2014 shocking, right? \u2014 but Tuscaloosa presents a compelling counter-point to that album\u2019s purposefully ramshackle vibe.


In the middle of the \u201870s, Neil Young was faced with a choice. He had two full albums in the can ready to release. The first was of course the gloomy, electrified Tonight\u2019s The Night. The second however was completely different. It had an acoustic bent like Harvest and overflowed with some tremendous backing vocals from Emmylou Harris. He called it called Homegrown.


Though Neil pillaged Homegrown through the decades, re-purposing different songs like \u201C\"Deep Forbidden Lake,\u201D \"The Old Homestead,\" and \u201CLove is a Rose\u201D for subsequent releases, there\u2019s something genuinely thrilling about getting to hear this fully-baked album, in it\u2019s entirety, the way it was originally meant to be. Well, maybe except for \u201CFlorida,\u201D the long-winded, and extremely absurd story set right at the heart of the record. If I\u2019m being honest, \u201CFlorida\u201D kinda kills the momentum of the album, and the sound of Neil running his finger around the lip of a glass for three continuous minutes drives me up a wall. I'm sure there\u2019s some deeper meaning behind its inclusion and content, but it\u2019s a skip for me.


Standout Song: \u201CRide My Llama\u201D and it\u2019s not particularly close. One of the great things about a collection like this is how it can open your ears to things you might have never noticed before. Like, I had listened to the album Rust Never Sleeps at least 50 times in my life, which means I\u2019ve probably listened to \u201CRide My Llama\u201D 50 times too. But only now, with the full backing of Crazy Horse, am I realizing how much \u201CRide My Llama\u201D rules! How many songs open with a scene at the Alamo before introducing a guitar playing Martian who invites you onto his ship and offers you weed that is, and I quote, \u201Cold but it's good?\u201D I rest my case.


If you aren\u2019t fully Neil-d out by this point, I\u2019d also recommend checking out the live album Songs For Judy. It\u2019s a sublime collection of live, solo performances recorded around America just a few months after the Odeon Budokan gigs. Though it went by different names, Songs For Judy was another set that floated around in the underground for years before it was finally, officially released in 2018. The whole thing was personally curated by Neil\u2019s longtime friend and photographer Joel Bernstein along with Cameron Crowe, and truly highlights his unique ability to hold an entire captive with just his voice and an acoustic guitar\u2026and sometimes a piano.


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