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Bessie Smith - Bob Dylan & The Band - The Basement Tapes

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  1. Mikakinos
    Recorded during the famous “Big Pink” sessions of the Band with Bob Dylan, this song was written and recorded as a tribute to the American blues singer Bessie Smith. This is one of the few.
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  2. Kagore
    The Basement Tapes is an album by American singer-songwriter Bob Dylan and The cethischillbinderbandinadar.infoinfo was released on June 26, , by Columbia Records and is Dylan's 16th studio album. Two-thirds of the album's 24 tracks feature Dylan on lead vocals backed by The Band, and were recorded in , eight years before the album's release, in the lapse between the recording and subsequent release of Genre: Roots rock, Americana, alternative country.
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  3. Kara
    Jun 13,  · Whatever its origins, Sid Griffin — in Million Dollar Bash: Bob Dylan, the Band and the Basement Tapes, from — aptly describes the inclusion of “Bessie Smith” as “the most far-fetched” on the compilation. Clinton Heylin, in his exhaustive research for ’s Bob Dylan: The Recording Sessions, is even more blunt — saying latter-period tracks like this one “pollute.
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  4. Sashura
    Based on the testimony of engineer Rob Fraboni, Griffin asserts that "Bessie Smith" was recorded by the Band in in their Shangri-La studio in Los Angeles, as The Basement Tapes was being prepared for official release. He calls it "the most far-fetched selection included on the official Basement Tapes release, even by Robertson's broad.
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