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Never Gonna Be The Same Again - Bob Dylan - Empire Burlesque (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Empire Burlesque is the 23rd studio album by American singer-songwriter Bob Dylan, released on June 10, on Columbia, the album peaked at No. 33 in the U.S. and No. 11 in the UK.. Accompanied by multiple session musicians—including members of Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, Mike Campbell, Benmont Tench and Howie Epstein—the album has a distinct "80s Genre: Pop, blues rock, gospel.
  2. Nov 07,  · Bob Dylan with Shoulder Pads The opening tracks OK but I wish he'd stuck with a solid group and left the synthesised drum sound well alone. It's all a bit Phil Collins, sounds like it's from a soundtrack to some cheesy 80's American Show and it's not just the speak and spell backing music, the lyrics fall down too/5().
  3. Bob Dylan -- Piano, Vocal Madelyn Quebec -- Vocal Mike Campbell -- Guitar Howie Epstein -- Bass Jim Keltner -- Drums. Clean Cut Kid. Bob Dylan -- Vocal, Guitar Ron Wood -- Guitar Benmont Tench -- Piano John Paris -- Bass Anton Fig -- Drums Carol Dennis, Queen Esther Marrow, Peggi Blue -- Backing Vocals. Never Gonna Be The Same Again. Bob Dylan.
  4. I ain’t never gonna be the same again Sorry if I hurt you, baby Sorry if I did Sorry if I touched the place Where your secrets are hid But you meant more than everything And I could not pretend I ain’t never gonna be the same again You give me something to think about, baby Every time I see ya Don’t worry, baby, I don’t mind leaving.
  5. Label: CBS - SBP • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: New Zealand • Genre: Rock, Pop • Style: Classic Rock Bob Dylan - Empire Burlesque (, Vinyl) | Discogs Explore/5(11).
  6. Never Gonna Be The Same Again Backing Vocals – Debra Byrd, Queen Esther Marrow*, Peggi Blu Bass – Robbie Shakespeare Drums – Sly Dunbar Guitar – Syd McGuiness* Keyboards, Vocals – Bob Dylan Synthesizer – Alan Clark, Richard Scher: 6: Trust Yourself/5(46).
  7. Bob Dylan’s ‘Empire Burlesque’ (CBS–) was the artist’s 28th album to hit the Official UK Music Charts. The album entered the UK Charts on 22/06/ at No and spent a total of six weeks appearing in ‘Top ’ chart positions between June and July
  8. I saw Bob Dylan with Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers as his backup band when this album came out. It was the best Dylan show I've seen. I've seen Dylan four times. I have this album on vinyl and enjoy listening to it from time to time. It has energy, like Dylan is ready to move on. The album has a feeling to it like a major chapter in Dylan's /5().
  9. Say what you want about Empire Burlesque-- at the very least, it's the most consistent record Bob Dylan has made since Blood on the Tracks, even if it isn't quite as interesting as dairticanriegrotdi.stylalcuramamiccomapatsidepor.cor, it is a better set of songs, all deriving from the same place and filled with subtle gems -- the most obvious being "Tight Connection to My Heart (Has Anybody Seen My Love?)," but also "Emotionally 9/

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