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Bob Dylan - Carnegie Chapter Hall 1961 - Japan CD

Bob Dylan - Carnegie Chapter Hall 1961 - Japan CD




August 31, 2022


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Catalog No.:EGRO-61

JAN/ISBN: 4589767513610

Number of Discs: 1

Country/Region of Manufacture: Japan




First solo concert in November 1961, just before his debut. Legendary live performance now revealed ★ Sparkling gems in the rough, including a W. Guthrie song and a phantom original song, "Man on the Street"! Bob Dylan, who began singing in Greenwich Village, emerged in coffeehouses and small live houses, and made his Columbia debut in 1962. On November 4, 1961, Dylan gave his first solo concert at the Hall. The small-capacity Chapter Hall in Carnegie Hall, the entertainment capital of New York City. Dylan gave a concert on the main stage of the larger Carnegie Hall in 1963, which is also the official venue for a special seven-song sale, but this is a completely different story. 22 songs were sung in front of an audience of 53 people. It was organized by Izzy Young, who ran the Folklore Center, and is well professionally recorded.From there, seven songs had been unearthed by 2003, and now, at last, 15 songs, or about 74 minutes, have been recorded here. Dylan was scheduled to record his debut album at Columbia Studios on November 20 and 22, and live versions of songs that will appear on the album can be heard here. All the elements of Dylan just before recording are represented here, including songs he was unsure whether to include on the album or not. The cover songs include "Pretty Peggy O" and "Death Watch" from his debut album, as well as three Woody Guthrie covers, including "1913 Massacre" and Guthrie's signature song, "My Homeland. I went to see Woody Guthrie in the hospital a few times after I first came to New York," he said without hesitation, expressing his respect for Guthrie. He added, "I learned a lot of folk songs in this city.Since this February, I've just been learning it all over," he said, "but the Liam Clancy songs are the only ones that are hard," and when he begins to sing "A Long Time A-Growin'," his voice is the soft Dylan voice heard in "Nashville Skyline". The astonishing truth is that he was showing off that controversial 1969 voice tone at this point! Dylan's original songs were also increasing, and among them, "Man On The Street," which has long been regarded as a phantom original song, is a must-hear. The most important songs to listen to were "A Song for Woody" and "Talking about New York," both of which began with the words "I wrote this song for Woody. The audience was filled with applause, which was hard to believe that only 53 people were in attendance. This is a luxurious title to enjoy, 15 songs unearthed from Dylan's live performance just before his debut. Liner notes in Japanese, explaining the situation at the time, episodes, and song titles. Licensed by JASRAC (Japan Copyright Association) *Licensed photo by Getty Images Japan

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