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Bob Dylan - Triplicate flac album

Performer: Bob Dylan
Title: Triplicate
Style: American Popular Song,Americana,Torch Songs,Traditional Pop
Duration: 01:35:48
Relesed: March 31, 2017
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 756
Other formats: MIDI AHX MMF VQF AA XM

Triplicate is the 38th studio album by Bob Dylan, released by Columbia Records on March 31, 2017. Like Dylan's previous two studio albums, Triplicate features covers of classic American songs recorded live with his touring band and without the use of overdubs. The album is Dylan's first three-disc album, featuring thirty songs across its three discs, each individually titled and presented in a d 10-song sequence.

If you accept "Because he's Bob Dylan" as an answer to the question, "Why has Bob Dylan made a third album of cover songs from the '30s through '50s, and this time it's three records?," then his sentimental journey of the past few years makes a little more sense. And like those records, Triplicate finds Dylan a bit out of his element but every bit committed to the material. Dylan divides Triplicate's three discs into a trio of sections based on songs' themes, but really they all fall under the same umbrella.

Triplicate is the thirty-eighth studio album by Bob Dylan, to be officially released by Columbia Records on March 31, 2017. The album will feauture three seperate discs. Each disc is presented in a d 10-song sequence, illuminating compositions from great American songwriters, many of which from Frank Sinatra, interpreted by Dylan. The album is produced by Jack Frost (Dylan). The discs will be titled as followed: Disc 1: ‘Til The Sun Goes Down Disc 2: Devil Dolls Disc 3: Comin’ Home Late.

It's possible to read the title of Triplicate in two ways.

Bob Dylan's third album of standards is 'Triplicate. Robert Galbraith/ZUMA. Bob Dylan’s third foray into songs previously recorded by Frank Sinatra isn’t only the largest set of new recordings he’s ever released (three CDs, 30 songs), it’s also majestic in its own right. Dylan moves through this area – the region of Sinatra, and also of standards songwriters like Irving Berlin, Jerome Kern, Hoagy Carmichael, Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein – as if it’s territory for him to chart and command.

Triplicate ‎(3xCD, Album). Triplicate ‎(2xCD, Album, Unofficial). Columbia (2). 89 2. Russia. Triplicate ‎(3xCD, Album).

Fans of Bob Dylan know they’re following a seasoned, knowledgeable time traveller. His is a restless, critical artistic mind that surveys his immediate surroundings and determines whether he’s going to engage with contemporary life head on or instead draw on historical precedents that might inform us now. Somehow, his records and their meaning seem eerily prescient. Since the early 1960s, Dylan has rumbled forth as the most intricate lyricist and boldest singer to compose original popular music. Moody and alluring, the album can be enjoyed by just about anyone, anywhere. But for a Dylan fan, it’s the next piece in the perplexing puzzle that is his recent discography. Released in 2001 on 9/11, "Love & Theft" (a genuine masterpiece) explored America’s history of cultural appropriation, racial exploitation and mechanical production and consumption after the Civil War.

Album Name Triplicate. Released date 31 March 2017. Labels Unknown label. Music StyleFolk Rock. Members owning this album1. DISC 1. 1. I Guess I'll Have to Change My Plans.

Track List - Disc 1

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 I Guess I'll Have to Change My Plans Bob Dylan 2:26
2 September of My Years Bob Dylan 3:25
3 I Could Have Told You Bob Dylan 3:39
4 Once Upon a Time Bob Dylan 3:37
5 Stormy Weather Bob Dylan 3:05
6 This Nearly Was Mine Bob Dylan 2:48
7 That Old Feeling Bob Dylan 3:38
8 It Gets Lonely Early Bob Dylan 3:10
9 My One and Only Love Bob Dylan 3:23
10 Trade Winds Bob Dylan 2:40

Track List - Disc 2

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Braggin' Bob Dylan 2:44
2 As Time Goes By Bob Dylan 3:22
3 Imagination Bob Dylan 2:34
4 How Deep Is the Ocean Bob Dylan 3:23
5 P.S. I Love You Bob Dylan 4:17
6 The Best Is Yet to Come Bob Dylan 2:57
7 But Beautiful Bob Dylan 3:22
8 Here's That Rainy Day Bob Dylan 3:27
9 Where Is the One Bob Dylan 3:14
10 There's a Flaw in My Flue Bob Dylan 2:47

Track List - Disc 3

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Day in, Day Out Bob Dylan 3:01
2 I Couldn't Sleep a Wink Last Night Bob Dylan 3:15
3 Sentimental Journey Bob Dylan 3:11
4 Somewhere Along the Way Bob Dylan 3:18
5 When the World Was Young Bob Dylan 3:47
6 These Foolish Things Bob Dylan 4:11
7 You Go to My Head Bob Dylan 3:06
8 Stardust Bob Dylan 2:34
9 It's Funny to Everyone But Me Bob Dylan 2:38
10 Why Was I Born Bob Dylan 2:49

Credits

Greg Calbi - Mastering
Bob Dylan - Primary Artist, Vocals
Jack Frost - Producer
Geoff Gans - Design
Tony Garnier - Bass
Steve Genewick - Assistant Engineer
James Harper - Horn Arrangements, Horn Conductor
Donnie Herron - Guitar (Steel)
Dean Parks - Guitar
George Receli - Drums
Al Schmitt - Engineer, Mixing
Charlie Sexton - Guitar
John Shearer - Photography
Reviews (10)
Balhala
There is a tenderness and respect for these songs that shine through.

Grillador
Got the new Dylan CD's the other day. I listened to the first on so far. The music on it is really nice. Played well and recorded well. AMG gives it four stars. I look at it like this. If this was my Uncle Carmine singing and not Bob Dylan, it would have been laughed out of the building. Because it's Bob Dylan it gets reviewed differently. If he had put this out in the 70's he would have gotten hell for it. But because he had put out so many albums and so many good songs he gets a pass on it. When you listen to it, you don't listen to a nobody singer messing up the songs. It's Bob Dylan. You know what you're going to get. Me, I'm a Dylan fan so I'm gonna put it on and listen to him croak out the songs and enjoy it. I'm not going to rate this cause it's like a Ringo album. No matter how bad it is, it's still Ringo.

Banal
The soundtrack to an unrealized David Lynch film. Straightforward arrangements beautifully performed and recorded, there is yet a woozy and unsettling quality to many of these performances--'The Best is Yet to Come,' 'Sentimental Journey'--that hints at something dark and strange just beneath the surface.

Virn
When I first listened to Shadows in the Night I held low expectations but was pleasantly surprised. This one lives up (or down) to those original expectations. The band isn't quite as inventive and seem to be playing concertedly to be kind. Dylan's voice appears overwhelmed by the material this time out. That being said I'm a fan of the man so this will remain in my rotation, if perhaps less so than Shadows. P.S. compared to Rod Stewart's "Songbooks"or Macca's Kisses on the Bottom, it's a masterpiece.

Vetibert
I wasn't a huge fun of the first two albums of this trilogy but this one is fun and Dylan sounds great! I guess the "best is yet to come!" but it's time to move to some original Dylan!

Umrdana
Yes well, I must admit that Bob has matured this new era of early standards and I for one think its great, my Mother of 93 has found great musical pleasure from this release and I think that is superb. As a matter of fact were both off to see Bob perform this August of 2018. Never thought I'd get to enjoy yet another concert and with my Mum, Ma Bat. Thank you Bob . Ock Bat Australia.

Moonshaper
It's why Dylan was born, because it's funny to everyone but me! Being a Dylan fan I love the voice and these songs are timeless. It's what he does now so deal with it Mr Jones, because I do know what's happening here! Lol. Murf

Kagalkree
I'll Pass on this. Not into the Songbook thing sorry i can't love everything he puts out because he's Bob Dylan. Now to go listen to Hard Rain. UPDATE: Ok this has grown on me dammit. really like it.

Mananara
Some people just don't "get" it. I read a review of this marvellous collection. There's something happening here and you don't know what it is, do you, Mr. Jones".

anneli
All these Sinatra and "Great American Songbook" covers are unlistenable. They are also irrelevant, and are not part of what made Dylan important and great. But he's old and he's earned the right to do whatever he wants. So am I and so have I. I'll pass.

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