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Namespaces Article Talk. Views Read Edit View history. Help Learn to edit Community portal Recent changes Upload file. Download as PDF Printable version. November 3, Folk , blues. Under the Red Sky Good as I Been to You The sessions would include many public domain compositions, from the Irish, English and American traditions of folk songwriting. Upon its release from Columbia Records on Nov. However, some folk music aficionados also noted that the phrasing and arranging on this selection of songs owed a few debts to other acts that had previously performed the material.
Future pressings corrected some of these errors. Whether a creative necessity or a contract filler, Good as I Been to You found Dylan hearkening back to the folk tradition — something he would repeat on the similar though slightly bluesier World Gone Wrong in One such purist went for the Andy Warhol "15 minutes of fame" by calling him a "Judas" during a concert for coming onstage with an e-LEC-tric guitar.
OMG squared! Guthrie's right--that song has about the same tempo and cadences. We get a lot of traditional stuff here. No kidding--I can almost hear the voice of Burl Ives in that one. Indeed, Dylan goes further than the "genre bender" trip. He asks us; "What the bleep does 'genre' mean anyhow? Was looking like having Bob in my living room. Very intimate.
The songs all traditional folk music that he had probably been playing for years. Hearing Froggy comes a courtain was sureal. Not all will love this CD because it is different but shoes what a versitile performer he is.
One person found this helpful. I have a suspicion that it is released this way due to Robert himself. The music is great and the MTV Unplugged a real bargain. Great album, but I suspect it was mastered off a CD copy of the album. In terms of sonics, it's kind of flat. However, for the money, it's well worth picking up, as it's rare on vinyl. I'm happy to have it. This is a review for the vinyl edition of this album produced in England.
This album is one of the most overlooked gems in Dylan's catalog and to get it on vinyl is extremely rare. The sound of is especially warm on the vinyl and the package design is exactly like the original cd album. The stamp on the record itself is like an old style Columbia record. My only complaint is with the pressing.
For some reason, this brand new record has a serious warp. The record plays but my needle seems to be getting more wear and tear than is normal. For some reason, UK pressed records such as Beatles albums and this one often have a warp.
I would avoid these pressings altogether however the sound quality of UK pressings is excellent. If you get a reasonably flat record, everything else is great. I guess I have to accept a flaw since the music is so great and having a vinyl version so rare. A back to basics album by Mr. He is the only musician on the album, just guitar and harmonica. No original songs, just great covers of blues and folk tunes that Bob fancied for one reason or another.
And, there is something so fun and indearing about hearing Bob Dylan sing "Froggie went a Courtin'". The one thing this album did more than any other, was make me appreciate what a good guitar player Dylan is. See all reviews.