Before The Flood Bob Dylan & The Band

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Album-Release:
1974

HRA-Release:
06.10.2015

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  • 1Most Likely You Go Your Way (And I'll Go Mine)04:15
  • 2Lady, Lady, Lay03:14
  • 3Rainy Day Women #12 & 3503:26
  • 4Knockin' on Heaven's Door03:52
  • 5It Ain't Me, Babe03:40
  • 6Ballad of a Thin Man03:47
  • 7Up on Cripple Creek05:19
  • 8I Shall Be Released03:51
  • 9Endless Highway05:08
  • 10The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down04:22
  • 11Stage Fright04:45
  • 12Don't Think Twice, It's All Right04:36
  • 13Just Like a Woman05:05
  • 14It's Alright, Ma (I'm Only Bleeding)05:48
  • 15The Shape I'm In04:00
  • 16When You Awake03:13
  • 17The Weight04:35
  • 18All Along the Watchtower03:19
  • 19Highway 61 Revisited04:26
  • 20Like a Rolling Stone07:09
  • 21Blowin' in the Wind04:32
  • Total Runtime01:32:22

Info for Before The Flood

The 1974 tour by Bob Dylan and the Band brought together two of the most-respected acts in rock history for what was one of the biggest concert events of the decade. Recorded at several different venues over the course of the two-month tour, „Before The Flood“ captures Dylan and The Band in fine form. Having backed Dylan on and off since 1966, The Band were very comfortable with his music, and on this album they provide Dylan with some of the finest accompaniment of his career.

Dylan opens the show with spirited versions of hits like 'It Ain't Me Babe' and 'Lay Lady Lay,' as well as the acidic 'Ballad of a Thin Man.' Having fired up the crowd, Dylan steps away from the mike to let the Band perform barnstorming versions of 'The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down' and other classics from their repertoire. After The Band nearly brings down the house with their intense rendition of 'The Weight,' Dylan returns to bring it all back home with powerful performances of 'Like A Rolling Stone' and 'Blowin' In The Wind,' providing a spectacular finale to one of the finest live rock albums of the '70s.

Bob Dylan, vocals, guitars, harmonica, piano
Rick Danko, vocals, bass
Levon Helm, vocals, drums
Garth Hudson, organ, acoustic piano, clavinet
Richard Manuel, vocals, acoustic & electric pianos, organ, drums
Robbie Robertson, electric guitar, backing vocals

Recorded February 13–14, 1974 live, in Los Angeles, except track 4: January 30, 1974, in New York
Engineered by Phil Ramone, Rob Fraboni
Produced by Bob Dylan and The Band

Digitally remastered

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