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  • #31
    I like their work backing Dylan, like John Wesley Harding, most of all.

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    • #32






      Quote Originally Posted by soapbladder
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      I like their work backing Dylan, like John Wesley Harding, most of all.




      That's one of my favorite Dylan albums, but I think the backing band were Nashville session guys.
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      • #33






        Quote Originally Posted by soapbladder
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        I like their work backing Dylan, like John Wesley Harding, most of all.




        That's one of my favorite Dylan albums, but I think the backing band were Nashville session guys.
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        • #34
          As much as I love "the weight" as a song, I prefer the self titled. Overall, the quality of the songs is on another level!
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          • #35
            As much as I love "the weight" as a song, I prefer the self titled. Overall, the quality of the songs is on another level!
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            • #36






              Quote Originally Posted by soapbladder
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              I like their work backing Dylan, like John Wesley Harding, most of all.




              Planet Waves is probably my favorite studio album they did with Dylan. Thinking about it that may be the only 'studio' album they did together, unless you count Blonde on Blonde as a "Band" record or The Basement Tapes as a "studio" record. I suppose maybe Self Portrait?



              I have Like a Rolling Stone on 45 and it's b/w Please Crawl Out Your Window which never made it onto an album but is a really cool track. There is a version floating around with Bloomfield/Kooper and the Bringing it All Back Home/Highway 61 players but the single version with The Band was really raw and a great track.



              I do have the tapes from John Wesley Harding that Garth and Robbie played on but I don't believe any member of The Band was actually on the released record. IIRC it's some of the people from Blonde on Blonde (Charlie McCoy, etc...).

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                Quote Originally Posted by soapbladder
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                I like their work backing Dylan, like John Wesley Harding, most of all.




                Planet Waves is probably my favorite studio album they did with Dylan. Thinking about it that may be the only 'studio' album they did together, unless you count Blonde on Blonde as a "Band" record or The Basement Tapes as a "studio" record. I suppose maybe Self Portrait?



                I have Like a Rolling Stone on 45 and it's b/w Please Crawl Out Your Window which never made it onto an album but is a really cool track. There is a version floating around with Bloomfield/Kooper and the Bringing it All Back Home/Highway 61 players but the single version with The Band was really raw and a great track.



                I do have the tapes from John Wesley Harding that Garth and Robbie played on but I don't believe any member of The Band was actually on the released record. IIRC it's some of the people from Blonde on Blonde (Charlie McCoy, etc...).

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                • #38
                  Basement Tapes.
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                  • #39
                    Basement Tapes.
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                    • #40
                      Self Titled is definitely my favourite of the two.



                      I love every single track on that album, I've listened to it a million times. The production and the sounds are fantastic, and the multi instrumentalism on that album is phenomenal, especially Garth Hudsons Piano, Accordion, Organ, and Horn playing..........
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                      • #41
                        Self Titled is definitely my favourite of the two.



                        I love every single track on that album, I've listened to it a million times. The production and the sounds are fantastic, and the multi instrumentalism on that album is phenomenal, especially Garth Hudsons Piano, Accordion, Organ, and Horn playing..........
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                        • #42
                          Big Pink. S/T is a better rock album, but Big Pink is sublime.

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                          • #43
                            Big Pink. S/T is a better rock album, but Big Pink is sublime.

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                            • #44
                              Get both. While you're at it, don't neglect Stage Fright or Cahoots. Cahoots is probably my favorite out of all, and full of worthy songs that don't get much play but I have a hard time finding a song I don't like off of any of their first four studio albums.






                              http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2-_QaRIo4lg

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                              • #45
                                Get both. While you're at it, don't neglect Stage Fright or Cahoots. Cahoots is probably my favorite out of all, and full of worthy songs that don't get much play but I have a hard time finding a song I don't like off of any of their first four studio albums.







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