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8 thoughts on “ Nettie Moore - Bob Dylan - Modern Times (CD, Album)

  1. Daijas
    Aug 29,  · This album is the 32nd from icon Bob Dylan, and continues a run of impressive albums that started with 's Time out of mind. Belying it's name, the album is very much a look back to older times, with a distinct flavour of rockabilly and blues, tinged with some interesting jazzy inflections/5().
  2. Mukree
    Aug 29,  · Modern Times is Bob Dylan's 31st Meanwhile, "Nettie Moore" (a well-worn 19th century ballad) is staggering, a spare blend of vocals and light, airy instrumentation, Dylan.
  3. Shakatilar
    Dylan digs deep into the pocket of American song past in "Nettie Moore," a 19th century tune from which he borrowed the title, the partial melody, and first line of its chorus. He also uses words by W.C. Handy and Robert Johnson as he extends the meaning of the tome by adding his own metaphorical images and wry observations.
  4. Moogujas
    Modern Times may be a small disappointment after two really good albums, but it shows something that has sorely been missing from Dylan's output in decades. It shows consistency. It feels like it's gone back to the time when even his weakest outings were albums that you could easily fall in love with.
  5. Zolor
    bob dylan hollywood palladium billboard “Nettie Moore” (from the album Modern Times). Since it’s so new, it isn’t easy to place Dylan’s latest album, Rough and Rowdy Ways, in his overall plasichbeivabfijanmyurisoulihornfe.coinfo’s tough to think that it’ll be more highly regarded than Time Out of Mind and Modern Times, both of which are classics.. “Nettie Moore” is one of many highlights from t.
  6. Kasar
    Written by: Bob Dylan Lost John sittin' on a railroad track Something's out of wack Oh, I miss you Nettie Moore And my happiness is o'er Winter's gone, the river's on the rise Modern Times (Original Release) BUY. First Played Oct 18, Last Played Oct 09, times Played View All.
  7. Felar
    Nettie Moore This song is by Bob Dylan and appears on the album Modern Times ().
  8. Mukree
    Aug 06,  · Recording with his road band on the self-produced Modern Times, he's again grappling with matters of faith, love, mortality, and the relentless passage of time, scattering hard-won morsels of insight, brazenly, gleefully poaching from the blues canon and sprinkling in his own peculiar perceptions. A mix of blues, rave-ups, introspective folk, and Tin Pan Alley pop, much of the album finds Dylan in .