Desire Bob Dylan

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Album-Release:
1976

HRA-Release:
06.10.2015

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  • 1Hurricane08:32
  • 2Isis06:58
  • 3Mozambique03:00
  • 4One More Cup of Coffee03:44
  • 5Oh, Sister04:01
  • 6Joey11:04
  • 7Romance in Durango05:44
  • 8Black Diamond Bay07:28
  • 9Sara05:30
  • Total Runtime56:01

Info for Desire

„Desire“ was the studio realization of the Rolling Thunder revue's sound. The musicians involved in this mid-'70s Dylan project were more than a backup band; they forged a distinctive musical vision, loose and swirling, the perfect aural equivalent of the traveling gypsy/carnival image they affected onstage. Drummer Howie Wyeth, who possessed an uncannily sympathetic ear for accompanying singer-songwriters, and violinist Scarlet Rivera, built their careers on the foundation of the Rolling Thunder band.

Many critics balked at Dylan's lyrical collaborations with Jacques Levy on this album, but their reservations were just glorified xenophobia. Levy's flowing, colloquial style suited Dylan's music and delivery perfectly, and the two produced several gems. 'Isis' is an exotic tale of intrigue that turns out to be a unique love story. 'Hurricane' breathlessly tells the true story of Ruben Carter, a boxer framed for murder and acquitted years after „Desire’s“ release. It still stands as one of Dylan's most exciting, emotional tunes.

Bob Dylan, vocals, rhythm guitar, harmonica; piano on 'Isis'
Additional musicians:
Vincent Bell, bouzouki
Ronee Blakley, background vocals on 'Hurricane'
Dominic Cortese, accordion, mandolin
Emmylou Harris, background vocals
Scarlet Rivera, violin
Luther Rix, congas on 'Hurricane'
Steven Soles, background vocals on 'Hurricane'
Rob Stoner, bass guitar, background vocals
Howard Wyeth, drums, piano

Recorded July–October 1975 at Quadrophonic Sound
Engineered by Lou Waxman, Don Meehan, Don Young, Don Waxman
Produced by Don DeVito

Digitally remastered

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