Bob Dylan - Triplicate album FLAC
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.
Triplicate (Bob Dylan album). Triplicate Like Dylan's last two studio albums, Triplicate features covers of classic American songs. It will feature thirty songs across its three discs (ten songs per disc).
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, is the new three disc studio album from Bob Dylan. The collection features 30 brand-new recordings of classic American tunes and marking the first triple-length set of the artist's illustrious career. With each disc individually titled and presented in a d 10-song sequence, Triplicate showcases Dylan's unique and much-lauded talents as a vocalist, arranger and bandleader on 30 compositions by some of music's most lauded and influential songwriters. With the release of Triplicate, I am completely sold on this latest incarnation of Bob Dylan. This collection is eminently enjoyabl. istful, playful, even heartbreaking. The secret, I think, is that his less-than-perfect vocal talents are ideally suited to songs that, from more vocally gifted singers like Sinatra or Bennett, couldn’t always avoid sounding a bit hammy.
Bob Dylan’s Triplicate is the third album of American standards that Bob Dylan has released in the past two years. It is also three albums long, with 10 songs on each album, for a total runtime of 95 minutes. Dylan, a songwriter whose most enigmatic refrain is that he is less complicated than everyone makes him out to be, has explained that 10 is the number of completion, a lucky number, symbolic of light. Like Fallen Angels and Shadows in the Night, Triplicate leans most heavily on material associated with Frank Sinatra, a singer with whom Dylan has nothing obvious in common other than that fame turned both men into myths. Some of the songs here- Stormy Weather, As Time Goes By, Stardust -are well known, at least to the vanishing population of those who care.
Triplicate (3xLP, Album, Dlx, Ltd, Num). 81 1, 88985413511 S1. USA & Europe. Triplicate (3xCD, Album) This aside, the sound of that pressing is absolutely beautiful, great album. Reply Notify me Helpful. Marketplace 0 76 For Sale from €1. 5.
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.
Album · 2017 · 30 Songs. In a fitting tip of the cap to The Great American Songbook from the Nobel Prize winner in Literature, Bob Dylan’s deep reverence for the originators of popular song is felt in his covers of classics like Sentimental Journey and September of My Years. Dylan swings along with these showstoppers, his touring band firmly in the pocket. For further study, check out Dylan's two previous salutes to romantic standards: Fallen Angels and Shadows in the Night. Triplicate Bob Dylan.
Courtesy of the artist. Bob Dylan is evidently not finished with his (grand, now exhaustive) inquiry into the Great American Songbook. Its 30 songs bring Dylan's recorded output of standards to just over 50 – or seven more than the 43 songs contained on his world-shaking landmarks Another Side of Bob Dylan, Bringing It All Back Home, Highway 61 Revisited, and Blonde on Blonde. The sheer volume of material prompts a distancing step backward: What is going on here? What's the intention behind this extra-large serving.
|'Til The Sun Goes Down|
|1-1||I Guess I'll Have To Change My Plans||2:26|
|1-2||September Of My Years||3:25|
|1-3||I Could Have Told You||3:39|
|1-4||Once Upon A Time||3:37|
|1-6||This Nearly Was Mine||2:48|
|1-7||That Old Feeling||3:38|
|1-8||It Gets Lonely Early||3:10|
|1-9||My One And Only Love||3:23|
|2-2||As Time Goes By||3:22|
|2-4||How Deep Is The Ocean||3:23|
|2-5||P.S. I Love You||4:17|
|2-6||The Best Is Yet To Come||2:57|
|2-8||Here's That Rainy Day||3:27|
|2-9||Where Is The One||3:14|
|2-10||There's A Flaw In My Flue||2:47|
|Comin' Home Late|
|3-1||Day In, Day Out||3:01|
|3-2||I Couldn't Sleep A Wink Last Night||3:15|
|3-4||Somewhere Along The Way||3:18|
|3-5||When The World Was Young||3:47|
|3-6||These Foolish Things||4:11|
|3-7||You Go To My Head||3:06|
|3-9||It's Funny To Everyone But Me||2:38|
|3-10||Why Was I Born||2:49|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Columbia Records
- Copyright (c) – Columbia Records
- Distributed By – Columbia Records
- Bass – Tony Garnier
- Drums – George Receli*
- Guitar – Charlie Sexton, Dean Parks
- Producer – Jack Frost
- Steel Guitar – Donnie Herron
- Vocals – Bob Dylan
NotesReleased in a 6-panel digipak
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Scanned): 889854134921
- Barcode (Text): 8 89854 13492 1
- Label Code: LC 00162
|88985 41351 1, 88985413511 S1||Bob Dylan||Triplicate (3xLP, Album, Dlx, Ltd, Num)||Columbia, Columbia||88985 41351 1, 88985413511 S1||USA & Europe||2017|
|SICP-5302~4||Bob Dylan||Triplicate (3xCD, Album)||Sony Records Int'l||SICP-5302~4||Japan||2017|
|88985 41349 2||Bob Dylan||Triplicate (2xCD, Album, Unofficial)||Columbia||88985 41349 2||Russia||2017|
|88985 41349 2||Bob Dylan||Triplicate (3xCD, Album)||Columbia||88985 41349 2||Colombia||2017|
|88985413492||Bob Dylan||Triplicate (3xCD, Album)||Columbia||88985413492||Brazil||2017|