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Bob Dylan has a new album on the way, eight years after his last album of original songs. Rough and Rowdy Ways will be released on June 19, the singer revealed on Friday morning, as he dropped another song titled False Prophet from the upcoming album.
In previous weeks the year-old rocker has been teasing new material including tracks I Contain Multitudes and Murder Most Foul. It's coming: Bob Dylan announced the upcoming release of Rough and Rowdy Ways - his first album of original songs in eight years. Dylan also shared the retro album cover for Rough and Rowdy Ways, which shows what appears to be s scene featuring a couple dancing together and a man staring into a jukebox in the background.
In the caption the folk singer revealed the CD and digital formats will be available June 19 and the vinyl format will be coming July The new album will include ten tracks with the minute-long Murder Most Foul getting its own disc with the CD version. Long awaited: Dylan also shared the retro album cover for Rough and Rowdy Ways which will be available on June I Contain Multitudes: Before Friday's announcement Dylan shared numerous tweets like this with the titles of his new songs. Meanwhile, Dylan's handwritten lyrics for three classic songs are set to be put up for sale.
The original manuscripts for The Times They Are A-Changin, Lay Lady Lay and Subterranean Homesick Blues are currently in the hands of a memorabilia company, and fans are now being offered the chance to bid for the handwritten lyrics. The auction also includes photos of the handwritten pages, which show where Dylan made amendments to his original song lyrics. Dylan's new album comes 57 years after his debut LP.
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The, John Wayne. From top to bottom, I enjoyed listening to this CD. My favorite cut is, Why I Love Her. Hope you'll enjoy this CD as much as I have. Very much recommend it, money well spent. Have a great day. Then you'll love this! I first heard this album a few years after The Duke passed away and I love the underlying emotion and pride it conveys about America.
I know America isn't perfect and there are things that need to change To quote one of the songs, " These are things that men in other lands will never know".
I lived if France and Switzerland for a couple of years. My roommates came and went, laughing at this album the first time they heard it, then asking to copy it before they moved on. The music is 70s style choruses, a bit cheesy, but look past it and listen to the words, i think you will be glad you did. This is just the perfect CD and just love the way John Wayne put this together too. If you love John Wayne's philosophy then this is a must have.
Just employ someone who can do the job properly! Kamasi Washington: not bad but too busy for my liking. I like a bit of jazz now and then but there was too much going on all the time. There was a album by a band called Ill Considered that was shorter, tighter and blows Kamasi and his gang into the weeds.
I have got four of the albums and totally agree with you. Good decision Arges - Hunter (18) - Hellwood (CD the other artists are okay, too. Once again a great variety of musical styles and some killer tunes.
Tyler Joseph is some talent. Not as good as their first album though…. Released 25th January. The one that was also great for me is new live Wings Over Europe, simply fantastic and a great kind of follow up to my favorite Wings Over America. Despite the changes in the lineup the band created a couple of true to their style hits, particularly the title track and Feel the Love Go.
What a band — their albums get better on each release, and the Brewis brothers are prolific with various side projects. I saw them perform recently in Cluny 2, Newcastle, and the music is as great as a Field Music project always is. Excellent songs backed up with a great SDE package from his website. Sent out in December when bought directly from their shop, it gets a mainstream release in February.
The design and packaging for the CD and vinyl set is lovely. The Unthanks have the best blend of voices going. Watch out for the unaccompanied concerts they are playing in small tiny venues in April and May. For a group of sixteen year olds, they made a great catchy song in Metal Detector. Just class music from a superstar who makes music because he loves to do so.
Gretchen Peters and Beth Nielsen Chapman are must sees whenever they tour and their records are reliably brilliant. There is no better way to listen to a new record than hear it played live — especially in small venues with great acoustics. Beth Nielsen Chapman has written American number ones throughout her career for other artists.
Jenn caught my ear by chance one evening two years ago in a coffee shop in Portadown when she played to a crowd of thirty people with Sarah Darling and Kyshona Armstrong.
I thought how can these ladies make any money and make this a viable existence? I often think about that when I go to various concerts and calculate how many people attend and what this raises!
Revival has got a bit of everything in style, pop, blues, soul and gospel. Jenn is clearly talented and with her hard work and determination she deserves a wider audience. Roger Waters live this year was immense. I saw him in Glasgow and Manchester and he puts on an amazing spectacle. The music, the sound, the show — it really is something special.
There is nothing like live music to feel the emotion of the moment of listening to top class performers. Steven Wilson also put on a great show, but hey, wake up and smell the roses and all hail Roger Waters as the king of the stadium event.
Some Prefab Sprout activity is happening. The hardest thing about collecting is that so much good product comes as limited very limited edition and someone like myself with limited funds cannot possibly keep up with it all, nor can I afford over-priced ebay sales.
Paul, I look forward to your extensive list of wishful thinking forthcoming super deluxe editions for Both those subsequent albums have many versions, as well as a proposed follow-up to SELL OUT that just never happened, along with monophonic versions!
These need to be done!! But I also came across some great new music! The Damned — Evil Spirits 4. Blondie — Pollinator 5. Warpaint — eponymous 7. Bauhaus — In Arges - Hunter (18) - Hellwood (CD Flat Field 8.
David Bowie — Glastonbury There have been a lot of other quality new releases mentioned below but this seems to have been overlooked. I thought that before Egypt Station, but was wrong. He can still do it on a good day with a good producer. Tracey Thorn — Record 2. Janelle Monae — Dirty Computer 4.
Johnny Marr — Call The Comet 5. Robyn — Honey 6. Franz Ferdinand — Always Ascending 7. Simple Minds — Walk Between Worlds 8. Tom Bailey — Science Fiction Blancmange — Wanderlust. Hello Paul, I asked you on Instagram and I repeat the question here. Will you prepare a list of SDEs that we could expect for ? You did it in previous years. If I am not wrong, you did it as your first post of the year. Maybe, there is not much to expect for Could it happen in ?
Opening SDE first thing in the morning has become a healthy habit. Even when your articles are about music that is away from my taste, I enjoy reading as it is always enriching. Because of some of your articles, I have given second opportunities to several artists, helping me knocking down prejudices and increasing my already broad taste in rock and pop music. I have learned a lot of American music but British rock is still my first choice when I have to relax and choose a record at home or in the car.
It is part of my DNA. Thanks a lot for all you work. Keep doing it. Have a good one! Hi Rodolfo — thanks for your comment. YES I will be doing a preview — hopefully to be published on Sunday!
Maybe only me. With all those deal alerts and 3 for 2 deals I have not had time to listen to much new. The Complete Jan Akkerman 3. Shouda been an A side 4. John Lennon — Imagine 6. Beatles — White Album 9. Guns n Roses — Appetite For Destruction Such a shame to leave those awesome remixes off this box set and probably lost on CD forever. A crime really, still upset about that. The first 3 and the 5th album have been reissued but not the 4th. USA is no fun now but that album rocks.
Talking of album covers… the picture you put together at the top of the page would make a good sleeve… not sure what the album would be called mind you! Some of my Best albums 1. Macca — Egypt Station 2. Arctic Monkeys — Tranquility Base Hotel 3. Bowie — Glastonbury 4. Gorillaz — The Now Now 8. Neil Young — Songs For Judy 9. Steve Hackett — Wuthering Nights Rick Wakeman — Piano Odyssey.
Eels was another I missed. A good return to form after the previous one which was a bit of a dullfest. Listened to lots of music in Lots of it sourced from Superdeluxe edition.
New Springsteen? Neil Young further archives? From 1. Good love, bad love by Salad Undressed 2. Pop 2 by Charli XCX 3. Dear Annie by Rejie snow Earlier ones often listened to in 1. Let me fly by Mike and the Mechanics 2. Spirit by Depeche Mode 3. Very few new albums by folks under Album) number of re-issues and deluxe editions would have taken a few pages to list, but the most listened to, are here. ELO definitely came out in coz I bought it for my wife for Christmas.
I found it their most anthemic and atmospheric record since Dog Man Star. Also, cudos to Low on a brilliant record and Tom Bailey on a triumphant return. Dubstar — One 2. Orbital — Monsters Exist 3. Erasure — World Be Live 4. Happy New Year, everyone! What a brilliant way to avoid doing any work for the past two days. Top 20 Albums from 1. Suede The Blue Hour 3. Gwenno Le Kov 5. Tracey Thorn Record 7. Maribou State Kingdoms In Colour 8.
Teleman Family Of Aliens 9. Lump Lump Johnny Marr Call The Comet First Aid Kit Ruins Dream Wife Dream Wife Amber Arcades European Heartbreak Echo Ladies Pink Noise Pinkshinyultrablast Miserable Miracles Dove Belly. Top 10 Reissues 1. Kero Kero Bonito Bonito Generation 2. Aphex Twin Selected Ambient Works 4. Human League Secrets 8.
Top 5 Compilations 1. A Certain Ratio Album) 4. Lulu Best Of 5. Top 5 Books 1. Vaughan Oliver Archive Unit Editions 2. Brett Anderson Coal Black Mornings 4. Top 10 Gigs 1. Johnny Marr Islington Town Hall 2. Suede Hammersmith 3. The Rifles acoustic Christmas show Boogaloo 4. Saint Etienne British Library 6. Placebo Royal Festival Hall 8. A Certain Ratio The Garage Some great pop songs and experimentation, a real return to form.
Juliana Hatfield sings Olivia Newton-John which came Arges - Hunter (18) - Hellwood (CD in April 18, turned out to be better than it had any right to be. I particularly like the rework of Totally Hot which is considerably better than the original. A mixed year for me: Some good, some indifferent, mostly playing back catalogue of guitars and late night instrumental music but I discovered Nada Surf.
Great list, and Suede is also my favorite. As you write, they are almost as strong now as in the very early phase, and the last three albums alone would allow them to fill a great setlist.
A great listen from start to finish with a lot of well crafted songs. They are a really tight band live and put on an amazing show. Thoroughly recommended!
At least on the CD. Hope this latest one is better. Nice list Paul. But JaPW? That completely passed me by. Must check it out. Here are mine:. Golden Hour — Kacey Musgraves Open Here — Field Music Be The Cowboy — Mitski Egypt Station — Paul McCartney Room 25 — Noname Hi Aubrey… I basically forgot about Field Music, otherwise that would have been in my list because that is a brilliant album. I found the Luke Haines album quite hard going — and I say that as a Luke Haines fan — but maybe I need to give it another chance.
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