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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by rjtwangs, Sep 19, 2019.
Looks good to me!
Cool looking stuff. Some years ago, I got my hands on many of those Dylan/Cash recordings. I’ve always been intrigued by their mutual admiration society.
do I get CD or vinyl? Any reason to spend $20 more on vinyl?
I vote vinyl for two reasons - vinyl sounds better and will have some resale value in the future...probably.
Finally. JWH has always seemed like the criminally forgotten album in the Bootleg series.
I can't find contents for some reason. Is it just me or not published yet?
I'm going to see Bob Dylan in October. Saw him with Tom Petty in the 80s. Gotta check this out.
That worked. Thanks!
BD has been a constant background to my life since around 1965. I tend to think of his albums as "My summer with Julia", "My first divorce" etc. This one will be "My last year at school and on to University". A very important time for me and I'm looking forward to this one a lot.
Me too! First time for me and I’m pretty pumped.
All of his albums in that era have a unique sound and production quality all their own- but there's something really special to me about John Wesley Harding. I've loved it all my life, more than any of his other records (Blonde on Blonde a very tight 2nd).
You know what it is I think I like the most about it? The exquisite bass playing of Charlie McCoy. It's downright holy. A clinic on what to do with a P-Bass.