I Believe In You - Bob Dylan - Slow Train Coming Tour (CD)


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  1. Slow Train Coming is singer-songwriter Bob Dylan’s 19th studio album, released by Columbia Records in August It was the artist’s first effort since becoming a born-again Christian, and all of the songs either express his strong personal faith, or stress the importance of Christian teachings and philosophy.
  2. Editors’ Notes Slow Train Coming marks one of the most beguiling turns in Bob Dylan’s career, as he embraced born-again Christianity after experiencing divine intervention at a tour stop in Tucson, Arizona. While Dylan’s strict, non-ironic religious conversion alienated much of his longtime fanbase Slow Train Coming shows that his newfound convictions weren’t so much a reinvention of.
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  4. Jul 18,  · This was always one of my favorite Dylan albums. I think it's sorely-underrated. For those who have never heard it, give a listen to Booker T. & The MG's live version of "Gotta' Serve Somebody" off of their "Time Is Tight" 3cd box set (They open disc 3 with two live Dylan tracks)/5(K).
  5. Lyrics A beautiful, comprehensive volume of Dylan’s lyrics, from the beginning of his career through the present day-with the songwriter’s edits to dozens of songs, appearing here for the first time.
  6. Slow Train Coming - Bob Dylan (CD) Song list: Gotta Serve Somebody ; Precious Angel ; Believe in You ; Slow Train ; Gonna Change My Way of Thinking ; Do Right to Me Baby (Do Unto Others) ; When You Gonna Wake Up ; Man Gave Names to All the Animals ; When He Returns (Visit our new exhibition: Forever Young.
  7. Slow Train Lyrics: Sometimes / I feel so low-down and disgusted / Can't help but wonder what's happening to my companions / Are they lost or are they found? / Have they counted the cost it'll take to.
  8. Really love this LP and it sounds so much better than the forward in your face red book CD. Buy a VG++ used copy If only just for the spectacular song, "Slow Train Coming." However do not spend more than 30 bucks. This record is collectable but it's certainly not worth the /5(16).

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