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Four-fifths of the first Canadian group that accompanied Bob Dylan recorded "The Band", a year after his debut with "Music From Big Pink." "The Band" is a more cohesive selection, toned and accessible than its predecessor. Virtually all parts of «The Band» are a delight, thanks to well written songs and exultant and mournful interpretations of its components...

Four-fifths of the first Canadian group that accompanied Bob Dylan recorded "The Band", a year after his debut with "Music From Big Pink." "The Band" is a more cohesive selection, toned and accessible than its predecessor. Virtually all parts of «The Band» are a delight, thanks to well written songs and exultant and mournful interpretations of its components...

IHEART RADIO 6/27/15

IHEART RADIO 6/27/15

Bob Dylan - The Times They Are A-Changin' (1964)

Bob Dylan - The Times They Are A-Changin' (1964)

This CD and the accompanying 1996 reissue of From the Beginning make collecting the Small Faces' Decca sides complicated, containing as it does many tracks that are not on the anthology double disc. The new remastering has turned this into a must-own disc for anyone who enjoys the early Rolling Stones or, especially, the early Who, and wants to hear a British Invasion band as good as they were that never quite made it in the U.S.

This CD and the accompanying 1996 reissue of From the Beginning make collecting the Small Faces' Decca sides complicated, containing as it does many tracks that are not on the anthology double disc. The new remastering has turned this into a must-own disc for anyone who enjoys the early Rolling Stones or, especially, the early Who, and wants to hear a British Invasion band as good as they were that never quite made it in the U.S.

Although the best of the Kinks' early work is among the best British Invasion music, their initial pair of albums was far less consistent than those of the Beatles, Stones, and Who. Aside from the great "You Really Got Me," this was a shabby, disappointing set with surprisingly thin production. As R cover artists, the Kinks weren't nearly as adept as the Stones and Yardbirds; Ray Davies' original tunes were, "You Really Got Me" aside, perfunctory Merseybeat-ish pastiches..

Although the best of the Kinks' early work is among the best British Invasion music, their initial pair of albums was far less consistent than those of the Beatles, Stones, and Who. Aside from the great "You Really Got Me," this was a shabby, disappointing set with surprisingly thin production. As R cover artists, the Kinks weren't nearly as adept as the Stones and Yardbirds; Ray Davies' original tunes were, "You Really Got Me" aside, perfunctory Merseybeat-ish pastiches..

“What’s Shakin’” (1966, Elektra) by The Lovin’ Spoonful, The Paul Butterfield Blues Band, Tom Rush, Al Kooper and Eric Clapton And The Powerhouse.

“What’s Shakin’” (1966, Elektra) by The Lovin’ Spoonful, The Paul Butterfield Blues Band, Tom Rush, Al Kooper and Eric Clapton And The Powerhouse.

For the kids who don't know who Bob Dylan is or why he's famous... Lend Mr. Dylan your ears as he growls and whines his poetry and prophecy over stark arrangements to sometimes stirring: sometimes chilling effect. Warning: you may never be the same again.

For the kids who don't know who Bob Dylan is or why he's famous... Lend Mr. Dylan your ears as he growls and whines his poetry and prophecy over stark arrangements to sometimes stirring: sometimes chilling effect. Warning: you may never be the same again.

New Juke Box Hits - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

New Juke Box Hits - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Band - Music from Big Pink on Numbered Limited-Edition Hybrid SACD from Mobile Fidelity

The Band - Music from Big Pink on Numbered Limited-Edition Hybrid SACD from Mobile Fidelity

Bear with me.  A story here.  Ramones--Rocket to Russia.  I saw this album in a Rolling Stone magazine add and it so intrigued my 15 year old mind I bought it. Blind.  I can honestly say this piece of vinyl changed the way I played and loved music from the moment the needle hit the record.

Bear with me. A story here. Ramones--Rocket to Russia. I saw this album in a Rolling Stone magazine add and it so intrigued my 15 year old mind I bought it. Blind. I can honestly say this piece of vinyl changed the way I played and loved music from the moment the needle hit the record.

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