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The Bootleg Series, Vol. 8, Tell Tale Signs [Rare And Unreleased] 1989-2006 CD
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(2CD) BOOTLEG SERIES 8 : 27 previously unreleased & rare recordings, plus alternate versions.
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You get two discs` worth of eclectic music from this amazing man`s more recent career - over two and a half hours of magnificent music.
Each CD begins with a version of one of Bob`s most mutable and musically memorable songs, Mississippi, the second an effective slowed down reading. Both are welcome additions to the sublime original take on Love & Theft.
This review would go on for ever were I to mention each of the 27 tracks, so here are a few highlights.
Red River Shore is one of the dozen or so `new` songs here, and is quite wonderful, one of Dylan`s songs of "that old weird America" to quote Greil Marcus`s resonant phrase. He appears to have rewritten an old song, to timeless effect. This really is Dylan at his most classic, a touching performance of a beautiful song.
The urgent and brilliant Marchin` To The City, another stupendous Dylan tour de force, along with Dreamin` Of You, the immediacy of the superbly played and sung Can`t Escape From You, Tell Ol` Bill, the live `n lovely The Girl On The Greenbriar Shore, the stately, epic, astonishing 8-minute `Cross The Green Mountain, and The Lonesome River (featuring elder statesman of American roots music Ralph Stanley, old and wise as a buzzard on vocal & banjo) are all priceless gems in the immovable crown of Dylan`s Indian Summer. The titles alone bespeak an ancient poetry.
Oh, and towards the end of the second disc he sings a tender, languid version of the Jimmie Rodgers ballad Miss The Mississippi - the river this time rather than the state - which is utterly beguiling.Read more ›
This period has been a great one for Dylan, with some critically and commercially successful albums through the nineties and early naughties restoring his reputation a little after the best forgotten about eighties. And it is good to see that as well as what we were given in the official relelases, Dylan's creativity was on top form and there was plenty of unreleased stuff in the vaults.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Outstanding example of late Bob...do not hesitate to buy this,it is fantastically good.Published 10 months ago by Music Lover
One of the best sounding CDs of Dylan's music.VERY well sung even if they were not meant in some cases to be an a releaseWish I had got it sooner.Published 13 months ago by Hillhater
Enjoying all the Bootleg Series so far, haven't got 11 yet but it's going to take a lot to beat this one. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Simian
I'd love it anyway but the versions here are as good as the ones selected for official release. "Mississippi" gets more variation from Dylan himself than any covers band... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Kellydown
Brilliant Dylan cd containing much little heard stuff. Quickly delivered.Published 21 months ago by LeBrit