Title: Dylan's Talking Blues
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Dylan's Talking Blues - The Roots Of Bob's Rhythmic Rhyming.
Dylan’s lighter side. Dylan’s Opening Lines: an index. Forgotten gems, lost songs. Influences On Bob Dylan. Poets and themes within Bob Dylan’s work. So what we have is Dylan playing around with a whole tradition of silly talking blues, as a way of finishing off the album and (I suspect) showing the world that he is not just leading the youth of the nation in terms of new ways of thinking, but part of the long running tradition of folk and blues music that progressed throughout.
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".
Bob Dylan's Blues" is a song written by Bob Dylan and released in 1963 on the album The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan. A tribute song for Bob Dylan was written by Jim Savarino and appears on his album "Don't Let The World Get You Down", released in 2002. The song was used on the Bob Dylan Radio Hour on Sirius Satellite Radio to introduce a show consisting of covers of Dylan songs by various artists.
Talking blues is a form of folk music and country music. It is characterized by rhythmic speech or near-speech where the melody is free, but the rhythm is strict. The song was released in 1927, followed by a sequel, "New Talking Blues," in 1928. His song "Born in Hard Luck" is similar in style. Now, I don't care just what you do.
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|1||–Chris Bouchillon||Talking Blues|
|2||–Chris Bouchillon||Born In Hard Luck|
|3||–Chris Bouchillon||I've Been Married Three Times|
|4||–Chris Bouchillon||New Talking Blues|
|5||–Tex Williams||Smoke! Smoke! Smoke! (That Cigarette)|
|6||–Red Murrell||Ernest Tubb's Talking Blues|
|7||–Woody Guthrie||Talking Dust Bowl Blues|
|8||–Woody Guthrie||Talking Columbia|
|9||–Woody Guthrie||Talking Hard Work|
|10||–Woody Guthrie||Talking Sailor|
|11||–Woody Guthrie||Talking Fish Blues|
|12||–Woody Guthrie||Talking Centralia (Talking Miner)|
|13||–Woody Guthrie||Mean Talking Blues|
|14||–The Almanac Singers||Talking Union|
|15||–Pete Seeger||Talking Atom (Old Man Atom)|
|16||–Guy Carawan||Talking Atomic Blues|
|17||–The New Lost City Ramblers||Talking Hard Luck|
|18||–John Greenway||Talking Guitar Blues|
|19||–John Greenway||Talking Butcher|
|20||–John Greenway||Talking Social Worker|
|21||–John Greenway||Talking Subway|
|22||–John Greenway||Talking Inflation Blues|
|23||–Lonnie Donegan||Talking Guitar Blues|
- Design – Dave Black
- Liner Notes – Dave Henderson
- Mastered By – Alan Wilson
- Research – Jon Roberts
NotesSubtitle: The Roots Of Bob's Rhythmic Rhyming
"Let Them Talk, Let Them All Talk." Elvis Costello
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