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To Be Alone With You - Bob Dylan - Nashville Skyline (Vinyl, LP, Album)


1969
Label: CBS - 63 601 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: Portugal • Genre: Rock • Style: Folk Rock, Country Rock
To Be Alone With You - Bob Dylan - Nashville Skyline (Vinyl, LP, Album)

Bob continued to amaze and surprise critics as he created a country-rock classic with this LP (#3). Johnny Cash and Charlie Daniels guest as you hear the hits I Threw It All Away; Tonight I'll Be Staying Here with You, and the smash Lay Lady Lay plus One More Night; Nashville Skyline Rag, and more! This LP is the MONO version/5().

Limited edition white vinyl pressing. Side A: 1. “Girl from the North Country” (duet with Johnny Cash)” Febru 2. “Nashville Skyline Rag” Febru 3. “To Be Alone with You” Febru 4. “I Threw It All Away” Febru 5. “Peggy Day” Febru Side B: Count: 4.

Album: Bob Dylan - Nashville Skyline. Lyrics Video. lyrics Bob Dylan – To Be Alone With You. To be alone with you Just you and me Now won’t you tell me the true Ain’t that the way it oughta be? To hold each other tight The whole night through Ev’rything is always right When I’m alone with you.

For a Bob Dylan album, and one that many consider to be his best, Nashville Skyline doesn't mess around with ambiguity. It's a country album, plain and simple, with Dylan abandoning his fabled talk-sing voice and evangelical message for a soothing, down-home country croon.

Nashville Skyline is Bob Dylan's 9th proper studio album, released by Columbia Records in The album marked a dramatic departure for Dylan, previously known for his groundbreak The album marked a dramatic departure for Dylan, previously known for his groundbreak.


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3 thoughts on “To Be Alone With You - Bob Dylan - Nashville Skyline (Vinyl, LP, Album)”

  1. "Nashville Skyline Rag" is a happy little romp with some tasty country licks. "To Be Alone With You" has some vague charm that I cannot explain a nice little blues number. It's odd to find Dylan in such a light mood as "Peggy Day" and "Country Pie" attest to, but it's a relief to find Bobby a bit happy for once, even if it is all a put-on/5(K).

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