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Bob Dylan, The Best Of Bob Dylan Full [WORK] Album Zip



In 2012, a simple Google search can turn up Wonder in full via BitTorrent, with few worries about private investigators tracking your movements. In 1969, however, the stakes were significantly higher, and much more money was being put into Wonder's production-- and exchanged for access to it. Southern California record stores saw it flying off the shelves-- or, more accurately, out from under the counter. Dub and Ken were wholesaling the album just like any other, reported Jerry Hopkins for Rolling Stone in September 1969, charging $4.50 each and lowering the price to $4.25 after the first 50. A typical markup was $2, though some stores were charging much more. "Those shops carrying the LP seem happy," Hopkins noted, "with many reporting the album's arrival has had the same effect on business as a new Beatles or Stones LP might have." By October, Wonder had spread to New York, and the Times reported that "at a small record stop near Columbia University, the proprietor just winked when asked where he had gotten the albums."




Bob Dylan, The Best of Bob Dylan full album zip



Though they had to make a public stance against bootlegging, Dylan's label was fully aware that their legal options were significantly limited. Columbia sent private detectives to uncover record stores selling Wonder and filed cease and desist orders against transgressors, but that was about the limit of their capabilities. They had no idea who Dub and Ken were, let alone where they were, so they couldn't serve the two pirates with a legal order. As Clinton Heylin observed in his great 1995 book Bootleg: The Secret History of the Other Recording Industry, Wonder's tracklisting might have seemed random, but Dub and Ken weren't dumb-- they made sure to craft it to fit in a liminal legal zone. Columbia couldn't verify if the "Minnesota Tape" songs were recorded after Dylan signed with them (and he was a minor when he signed his contract with the label, to boot). The traditional songs were mostly in the public domain. Furthermore, the Basement Tape material wasn't recorded in a Columbia studio, the Band weren't under contract, and Dylan was himself between contracts with the label. (For some inexplicable reason, Columbia failed to do anything about the Highway 61 sessions included on the album.) And Dub and Ken were savvy enough not to include Dylan's name or likeness anywhere on the packaging, so as to avoid a lawsuit over those aspects of his identity.


Thanks to the unpredictable interplay of record labels, artists, laws, technologies, and music journalism, bootlegging and leaks can upend the the power structure when it comes to rolling out new releases-- but only the scope, not the idea, has changed in the last 40-plus years. In the late 60s, FM was still the Wild West compared to today's radio landscape, and rock journalism was in its infancy. Music copyright laws were full of loopholes, and duplication technologies were developing at an unprecedented pace. It was a moment when renowned critics would review hot new bootlegs, and Rolling Stone's publisher could openly lobby Columbia to release a particular Bob Dylan album. When record store owners could feel relatively safe moving illicitly pressed LPs from behind the counter, and radio jocks would play unofficial tracks in regular rotation. Labels filed lawsuits against bootleggers in vain, resenting a significant loss of control over their own operations, but often reaped their promotional benefits nonetheless.


What you are looking at is a fairly unofficial mirror of Eyolf Østrem's dylanchords.com, much of whichis temporarily unavailable due to the American Music Publishers'Association (MPA)'s "rattling of sabres against tab sites". Thankfully I have been able to track down arecent copy of the site, which I have uploaded as a service to fellowguitar-playing Dylan fans who may be experiencing withdrawal symptoms.


Bob Dylan is not a blues musician, of course, and this album is not, as its title might imply, a disc on which he performs a set of traditional blues songs. It is, rather, a compilation of previously released Dylan originals spanning more than 35 years that illustrates the influence of the blues on his music. (The album was released exclusively through bookseller Barnes & Noble.) It would be possible to assemble such a collection relying entirely on songs from Dylan's catalog that have the word "blues" in their titles -- "Bob Dylan's Blues," "North Country Blues," "Black Crow Blues," "Subterranean Homesick Blues," "Outlaw Blues," "Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues," "Tombstone Blues," "Call Letter Blues," "Lonesome Day Blues," and all those "talking blues" songs, such as "Talking World War III Blues." But none of those songs are found here. Instead, there are songs that are blues in construction, even if they don't sound much like blues, such as the opener, "She Belongs to Me" from 1965's Bringing It All Back Home, and songs that make reference to or borrow lines from the blues, such as "High Water" from 2001's Love and Theft and "Blind Willie McTell," a song intended for 1983's Infidels that finally earned legitimate release on The Bootleg Series, Vol. 1-3 (Rare and Unreleased) 1961-1991. Practically any Dylan fan could compile an equally valid album with entirely different tracks, but that isn't to say this one doesn't hang together well. In fact, it includes several songs that would be on most fans' lists of Dylan's best songs of their eras; the '80s, for example, didn't get much better for Dylan than "The Groom's Still Waiting at the Altar," "Blind Willie McTell," and "Everything's Broken." As long as the album is taken as a Bob Dylan blues collection rather than the Bob Dylan blues collection, it's fine, and the modest price and limited distribution encourage that assessment. Dylan fans can consider it just someone's mixtape and enjoy it on that basis before making their own.


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