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9 thoughts on “ Honky Tonk Blues - Bob Dylan - Les Bons Moments (CD)

  1. Bob Dylan Les Bons Moments. Album JP on Wild Wolf label Rock, Folk, World and (Country Rock, Classic Rock) Track 1: May 21, - UCLA, Pauley Pavilion, Los Angeles Track 2: June 11, - Copenhagen, Denmark - Julius Thomsens Pladstad Track 3: June 27, - London, England - Wembley Track 4: November 3, - Rochester, NY - War Memorial Track 5: November 1, - .
  2. Honky Tonk Blues. Click the 'VIEW ALL' link at the right to see a list of Bob Dylan's live performances of this song. Appears on. First Played Feb 01, Last Played Feb 23, times Played 8. View All. Lyrics
  3. Les Bons Moments. Les Bons Moments - Bob Dylan. wykonawca Bob Dylan premiera 1 stycznia Honky Tonk Blues. ; 8. Ballad of a Thin Man. ; 9. Friend of the Devil. ;
  4. Sep 16,  · Thank God (Chabad Telethon, ) by Bob Dylan on Grooveshark. Honky Tonk Blues (played at eight shows in , here from the bootleg, Les Bons Moments,Van Andel Arena, Grand Rapids, MI): Honky Tonk Blues by Bob Dylan on Grooveshark. .
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Hillbilly Bop, Boogie & The Honky Tonk Blues Volume 6 on Discogs.
  6. Bob Dylan DVD Recording Database and community with private trading board. Over home-made Bob Dylan videos, many sceenshots and cover art files. "HONKY TONK BLUES" > > Montserrat 3: 18 Aug leiper: GB "LOVESICK AT WEMBLEY ARENA" Crys. Cat 1: "LES BONS MOMENTS" Wild Wolf comp. 4: 12 Aug leiper: GB.
  7. Hank Williams version "Honky Tonk Blues" is one of the most problematic songs Williams ever recorded. According to Colin Escott's Williams memoir, Hank and producer Fred Rose had attempted to record the song several times previously: in August (the session that produced the novelty "Fly Trouble"); in March (this version featured a light, jazzy feel and an intricate solo from.
  8. Delbert McClinton always understood that it was more than just country music that went down at Texas roadhouses and honky tonks, and his before-his-time rootsy mix of blues, country, R&B, and soul made it hard for his various record labels to market him effectively, although his body of live and recorded work since he got his start as a harmonica player in the early '60s is a very impressive.
  9. Bob's extended guitar solos (that I usually don't care for live) seem to work a little better with a second listen. The horn section adds a sweet sound on a couple numbers. The recording, however, is a little too thin, and a little too far away. The audience around the recorder proves why you shouldn't talk at a Dylan .

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