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Chimes Of Freedom: The Songs Of Bob Dylan Honoring album for sale was released on the Universal label. Designed as a celebration for Amnesty International's 50th Anniversary, Chimes of Freedom is the mother of all tribute albums: a four-disc salute to Bob Dylan that runs some 76 songs performed by singers from all corners of the globe. Apart from Lennon/McCartney -- the former of which was the subject of producers Jeff Ayeroff and Julie Yannatta's previous 2007 collection Instant Karma: The Amnesty International Campaign to Save Darfur -- no other songwriter of the rock & roll era could attract so many different artists from so many different genres as Dylan, something that is a testament to the resilience of his catalog. Chimes Of Freedom: The Songs Of Bob Dylan Honoring CD music contains a single disc with 76 songs. ...See Full Description
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|1||One Too Many Mornings See All 5|
(with with Avett Brothers, The Avett Brothers)
|2||Leopard-Skin Pill-Box Hat||3:42|| $1.29|
|3||Drifter's Escape||3:20|| $1.29|
|4||Ballad of Hollis Brown||5:12|| $1.29|
|5||Blind Willie Mctell|
(with with Tom Morello: the Nightwatchman)
|6||Corrina, Corrina||2:33|| $1.29|
|7||Most Of The Time||5:15|| $1.29|
|8||This Wheel's on Fire||3:06|| $1.29|
|9||Simple Twist of Fate||3:49|| $1.29|
|10||You Ain't Goin' Nowhere||3:03|| $1.29|
|11||Love Sick||3:41|| $1.29|
|12||Blowin' In The Wind||2:42|| $1.29|
|13||Changing of the Guards||5:21|| $1.29|
|14||Not Dark Yet||6:21|| $1.29|
|15||You're a Big Girl Now||5:10|| $1.29|
|16||Boots of Spanish Leather||5:11|| $1.29|
|17||Girl From The North Country||2:53|| $1.29|
|18||Restless Farewell||5:52|| $1.29|
|1||Outlaw Blues||4:08|| $1.29|
|2||Rainy Day Women # 12 & 35||4:08|| $1.29|
|3||One More Cup of Coffee|
(with with Lucia Micarelli)
|4||Heart of Mine|
(with with Danielle Haim)
|5||You're Gonna Make Me Lonesome When You Go||3:32|| $1.29|
|6||Lay Down Your Weary Tune||4:18|| $1.29|
|7||License To Kill||5:12|| $1.29|
|8||Lay, Lady, Lay|
(with with Angélique Kidjo)
|9||Ring Them Bells||4:08|| $1.29|
|10||Love Minus Zero/No Limit||4:20|| $1.29|
|11||Seven Curses See All 4||5:04|| $1.29|
|12||No Time To Think||8:05|| $1.29|
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New Boots and Panties!! CD (1977)
Chimes Of Freedom: The Songs Of Bob Dylan Honoring buy CD music This 1998 reissue contains 5 bonus tracks not on the original release.
NEW BOOTS AND PANTIES was the 1977 debut from Ian Dury, who gave disco a rollicking pub-rock feel with such songs as "Wake up and Make Love with Me") to achieve a cult following in the U.K.
Dury's one great album, so good that it overtakes major stars and million-selling supergroups. Dury portrayed the Essex man before Essex man was conceived, and brilliantly satirized it in 'Billericay Dickie' and 'Clevor Trever'. It is hard to imagine Dury the romantic, but there is a romantic in 'Wake Up And Make Love To Me' and 'I'm Partial To Your Abracadabra'; there is also sadness and regret in the beautiful 'My Old Man'. He should be remembered for his dynamite band the Blockheads and this necessary album - not his gold radio station albatross 'Hit Me With Your Rhythm Stick'.
UK deluxe two disc reissue includes bonus tracks. Details TBA. Edsel. 2004.
All tracks have been digitally remastered.
Includes four bonus tracks ...
lowFLOWs: The Columbia Anthology ('91-'93) CDs (2012)
Chimes Of Freedom: The Songs Of Bob Dylan Honoring CD music Released at the time the band announced a series of reunion shows for the first time after nearly two decades apart, Low Flows is a convenient enough summary with a couple of bonuses of the curious fIREHOSE, at least when it came to their concluding efforts on a major label. In a weird way, the band perhaps lucked out by being signed before Nirvana's success changed band and label expectations in general; listening to both Flyin' the Flannel and Mr. Machinery Operator from a distance shows them to be just as spikily independent -- at least sonically -- as their first SST releases were. Of the non-album tracks on both discs, the most notable by default are the cuts on the Live Totem Pole release that originally followed Flyin' the Flannel -- a concert EP, it had two originals plus an impressive range of five cover versions, going from Minutemen live standard "The Red and the Black" via Blue Öyster Cult to Public Enemy's "Sophisticated Bitch," to then-recent underground anthem "Slack Motherfucker," one of Superchunk's earliest attention getters. Beyond that, it's a bit of a mixed bag, and those who had both original albums and the EP won't need to rush out for a replacement or upgrade given what else is on offer. "Max and Wells," recorded for a film soundtrack, is an OK enough Ed Crawford-sung cut, while instrumental versions of "Down with the Bass" and "Blaze" are more curios than anything else, not to mention a "mersh again edit" of "Witness." The concluding live tracks from the Mr. Machinery Operator tour, though, do provide a bit of a hail and farewell to the group, at least in their first phase of existence. ~ Ned Raggett
Recording information: Capitol Studios, Hollywood, CA (01/21/1991-01/30/1991); Electric Lady Studios, New York, NY (01/21/1991-01/30/1991); Palomino Club, North Hollywood, CA (01/21/1991-01/30/1991); Capitol Studios, Hollywood, CA (03/15/1993); Electric Lady Studios, New York, NY (03/15/1993); Palomino Club, North Hollywood, CA (03/15/1993); Capitol Studios, Hollywood, CA (08/16/1991); Electric Lady Studios, New York, NY (08/16/1991); Palomino Club, North Hollywood, CA (08/16/1991); Capitol Studios, Hollywood, CA (09/08/1992-09/20/1992); Electric Lady Studios, New York, NY (09/08/1992-09/20/1992); Palomino Club, North Hollywood, CA (09/08/1992-09/20/1992).
Photographers: Mike Watt ; Tom Burleigh.
Personnel: Ed Crawford (vocals, guitar); George Hurley (drums, percussion).
Liner Note Author: Michael Azerrad.
Uncle Frish's Whiskey CD (2012)
Chimes Of Freedom: The Songs Of Bob Dylan Honoring songs Representing a cross section of the catalogue of original material Adam has been developing over the past decade, the four song EP "Uncle Frish's Whiskey" marks the first solo release for Adam Frishman. Despite some demo recordings made with various high school and college bands, this is the first record where we find Adam taking over all writing duties as well as doing all the vocals and playing most of the instruments, joined by a couple of local musicians from the Nederland, CO area. Adam's writing has in recent years leaned increasingly toward simple songs and compelling stories, drawing inspiration from guys like John "Marmaduke" Dawson, Merle Haggard, and Gram Parsons. After years of playing his songs at countless bars, parties, and campfires Adam decided there needed to be some recorded evidence of the catalogue of songs he'd been building. The resulting record "Uncle Frish's Whiskey" aspires to be an honest representation of the spirit of the songs.
Aye CD (1994)
Chimes Of Freedom: The Songs Of Bob Dylan Honoring album for sale In the continuum of African music, Angelique Kidjo is a decidedly non-traditional practitioner, and she wouldn't have it any other way. A synthesist of remarkable savvy, Kidjo brings together radio-friendly pop, soul-diva stylings, and contemporary club production with vocal motifs and rhythms from her native Benin. AYE is a further step in the artist's efforts to blend these disparate elements.
Recorded half at Minneapolis's Paisley Park studios (with sessions produced by Prince collaborator David Z), and half in London at Soul II Soul studios (with sessions produced by Soul II Soul's Will Mowat), AYE's reflects the eclectic yet streamlined pop aesthetics of those respective camps. The album's single, "Agolo," leads off, and establishes the bright Afropop sound that dominates the rest of the disc. The harder-edged "Adouma" and the expansive, soaring "Djan-Djan" help mix things up, making AYE an adventurous listening experience.
Recorded at Paisley Park Studios, Chanhassen, Minnesota; Harry Son Studio, Paris, France; Britannia Row and Soul II Soul Studios, London, England.
Personnel: Angelique Kidjo (vocals); David Z (guitar, programming); Paul Peterson, Glenn Nightingale, Joao Mota (guitar); Chris Davi (saxophone); John Thirkell (trumpet); Neil Sidwell (trombone); Lester Mendez (piano, Hammond organ, Wurlitzer, synthesizer, programming); Jean Hebrail (keyboards, bass, programming); Will Mowat (keyboards, programming); Julian Crampton (acoustic bass); Andy Gangadeen, David Fall (drums); Carol Steele, Luis Jardim, Jacques Largent (percussion); Ingrid Matsidisi Webster, Damel Carayol, Julie Imani Payne, Enyonam Gibesemete, Lamya Al-Mugheiry, Claudia Fontaine (background vocals).
Engineers: David Z, Brian Poer, Arabella Rodriguez, Eugenius Ellis.
Get Out CD (2012)
Chimes Of Freedom: The Songs Of Bob Dylan Honoring CD music Track Listing of songs: Purple Neon Lights; On The Radio; Long Road; Time Will Tell; There She Goes; Get Back; I Do What I Want;
|Black Rio, Vol. 2: Original Samba Soul 1968 - 1981 CD (2009) |
Chimes Of Freedom: The Songs Of Bob Dylan Honoring buy CD music Put together by DJ Cliffy, the man behind "Batmacumba," the longest running Brazilian club night in London, this set is the second volume of "samba soul" from Strut Records (the first volume was released in 2002). It's a fun compilation, full of bright grooves and irresistible energy. Sides like Super Sam Lord's horn-drenched "BR Samba" hit hard with a samba-on-steroids force, and Emilio Santiago's "Bananeira" has a groove and flow so natural and easy one could just float away on it. But no international hits came out of the Brazilian soul scene because there just wasn't that big, defining record that put all of it on the map. What's here is interesting, and no one will have a difficult time tapping their toes to it.
19-track Gold selling album that includes Ka Mate Ka Mate (The All Black Haka), E Ihoa (God Defend NewZealand), Pokarekare Ana, Tau Mai, Tuhonotia, Hui Mai I Te Awa, Tama Ngakau Marie, Te Atua, E Te Tau, Ukaipo Tapu, Whakatupato, Tino Rangatiratanga, Nau Mai E Te Ao, Rapine, etc