Wednesday, April 1, 2009

NEW Dylan!

BOB DYLAN - Together Through Life (2009)

"Together Through Life" is singer-songwriter Bob Dylan's 33rd studio album. Rumors of the album, reported in Rolling Stone magazine came as a surprise, with no official press release until March 16, 2009 — less than two months before the album's release date. Dylan produced the record under his pseudonym of "Jack Frost", which he used for his previous two studio albums, "Love and Theft" and Modern Times. The album is rumored to contain "struggling love songs" and have little similarity to Modern Times. In a conversation with music journalist Bill Flanagan, published on Bob Dylan's official website, Flanagan suggested a similarity of the new record to the sound of Chess Records and Sun Records, which Dylan acknowledged as an effect of "the way the instruments were played." He said that the genesis of the record was when French film director Olivier Dahan asked him to supply a song for his new road movie, My Own Love Song, and "then the record sort of took its own direction." The song written for the movie is "Life is Hard." Dylan is backed on the album by his regular touring band, plus David Hidalgo of Los Lobos and Mike Campbell of Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers.

01. Beyond Here Lies Nothin'
02. Life is Hard
03. My Wife's Home Town
04. If You Ever Go To Houston
05. Forgetful Heart
06. Jolene
07. This Dream of You
08. Shake Shake Mama
09. I Feel A Change Comin' On
10. It's All Good



  1. Too bad you're an idiot.

  2. sorry man - april fools


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