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Bob Dylan (d. 24 Mayıs 1941 Minnesota), ABD’li müzisyen. Robert Allen Zimmerman (Shabtai Zisel ben Avraham) 24 Mayıs 1941 tarihinde Minnesota eyaletinin Buluth şehrinde bulunan St. Mary’s Hospital’de Abram Zimmerman ile Beatrice «Beatty» Stone’nın oğlu olarak dünyaya geldi. Aynı eyaletinin Hibbing şehrinde büyüdü. Büyükbabası Zigman Zimmerman ve babaannesi Anna Zimmerman Trabzon (Osmanlı Devleti)’dan Odessa (Rusya İmparatorluğu)’ya göç etmiş ve 1905 yılında yaşanmış antisemitik pogromından sonra ABD’e göç ettiler. Annebabası Benjamin Edelstein ve anneannesi Lybba Edelstein Litvanyalı Yahudi olup 1902 yılında ABD’ye göç ettiler. Dylan 2004 yılında Chronicles: Volume One adlı anılarında babaanensinin ailesinin Kağızmanlı olduğu, evlenmeden önceki adının «Kirghiz» (Kırgız) olduğu, onun ebeveyni de aynı bölgeden gelen ayakkabı ustası ve sepici olduğu ve onun sülalesinin aslen Konstantinopolis (İstanbul)’ten geldiğini, ilk gençliğinde söylediği Ritchie Vales’in In a Turkish Town (Bir Türk Kasabasında) şarkısının, herkesin dilindeki La Bamba’nın tersine kendisiyle daha uyuşur göründüğünü yazdı.

Sonradan «Huzurevine oranla daha fazla kişinin öldüğü yer» olarak tanımlayacağı üniversiteden atıldığında, henüz 18 yaşında bir gençti.Yirmisinde ise dağınık ve kirli saçları, eski püskü giysileri, omzunda gitarı ile New York’ta, «Beatnic»lerin arasında bulunmuştur. Ona göre New York «Henüz çok fazla insanın gitmediği, gidenin de geri dönmediği» bir yer ve oraya gitmek, «Aya gitmek gibi bir şey»dir.

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  • slumkillage

    hurricane <3

    15 Ara 10:20 Yanıtla
  • ralfsu

    Gotta love those greedy Sony people for putting out those 50th Anniversary Collections, MP3-s of those are much simpler to get than digging around for unofficial bootlegs. :] 9-disc volume for 1964 is out now.

    15 Ara 06:42 Yanıtla
  • ladidavid

    I aint gonna work for maggie's brother no more.

    14 Ara 20:39 Yanıtla
  • Chumsicles

    Must Be Santa is going down in history as a Yuletide classic

    12 Ara 00:37 Yanıtla
  • innercities

    Wow, Bob has recorded "Where are you" for the Sinatra album

    11 Ara 00:20 Yanıtla
  • Kdo_Kenoute

    Is it rolling, Bob?

    10 Ara 22:15 Yanıtla
  • TheUselessGolem

    Wild Wolf is awesome. Bob can truly be a master of atmosphere when the spheres align. He and The Band cook up one hell of a storm, a languid storm - the snow feels feet thick. In its emotional thrust it reminds me a lot of that later powerhouse Seven Days. Sad, but searching and defiant - genuinely dark-tinted as well, which Bob has so rarely succeeded in doing (Valley Below, I and I...).

    6 Ara 04:46 Yanıtla
  • ralfsu

    New Morning ♥ ♥... ummm, had he perhaps used that slow early version of If Not for You, ditched a track or you (If Dogs Run Free) for something else... the album would be in my Dylan TOP 5 I do think. But even the way it is, it's so magnificently serene and calming. It kinda feels like he made that album for (his) kids, in a good way.

    2 Ara 23:50 Yanıtla
  • Lord_Kur

    I don't know about you guys but I've been loving the complete basement tapes it's all good shit, all of it

    22 Kas 23:39 Yanıtla
  • ralfsu

    Hard not to want to check it out after such praise, thank you for your insights ;)

    21 Kas 23:42 Yanıtla
  • TheUselessGolem

    The point is, the songwriters heard what there was to hear. Perhaps more than even Bob realized was there at the time of writing. But that's how the best art often works..... I can hardly wait to hear everything else they came up with, different takes on the same lyrics, plus the seven unreleased songs besides... what a treasure trove!

    21 Kas 12:06 Yanıtla
  • TheUselessGolem

    Burnett's choice of songwriters is ingenious, too: all so different yet complementary indeed. The band is stunning (two drummers!) and all those voices, all the variety, collecting all that was best about Bob's sound in his best decade (the '70s, of course) and playing with it, clothing these gorgeous songs in warm, well-fitting attire... and it's obvious that the musicians involved were stunned by the chance to do something like this, because they make masterpiece upon masterpiece out of these very basic (yet ELEMENTAL) sets of lyrics. The melodies and arrangements are strong, creative, sympathetic, good to the ear both immediately and with repeated listens, the album flows flawlessly, sooooo smoothly, yet takes you on a ride along the way as well... and such heights and valleys... but, like his other '67 son batches,interspersed with lighter material to make it an even more delightful listening experience. Ahhh... they done good.

    21 Kas 12:04 Yanıtla
  • TheUselessGolem

    That Burnett-backed album, Lost on the River, is maybe one of the best things I've ever heard. The lyrics are mostly nothing like either JWH or the Basement Tapes stuff that Bob was doing in 1967 (which are themselves both wild artistic accomplishments and totally different from each other). Instead, they're the most shockingly, tear-searingly heartfelt and personal Bob pretty much ever got, I think... the thing as a whole is as rich, deep and soulful as Saved and the best parts of Oh Mercy, and soulful Bob is my favorite Bob, so... I can't get enough. Fantastic that there's a Vol. 2 lurking around a corner somewhere ahead.

    21 Kas 11:57 Yanıtla
  • SPaGetTea

    I have the best music library that you ever seen :3

    21 Kas 09:44 Yanıtla
  • Keolia

    listening to bob in mono is soo much better [2]

    20 Kas 11:59 Yanıtla
  • ralfsu

    It doesn't really even bring me down anymore, I just adore it.

    20 Kas 03:57 Yanıtla
  • ralfsu

    Blood on the Tracks has a lot of those brief moments where everything just gets overbearingly quiet and those moments are pregnant with pain, highlighting the misery, you know what I mean? It's such a well produced album, which is something that doesn't get brought up often.

    20 Kas 03:53 Yanıtla
  • annabeatle

    Hero. He's my fucking hero.

    17 Kas 20:36 Yanıtla
  • VadiushaKomarov

    Как вам последний альбом? Оценки не завышаны?

    16 Kas 21:34 Yanıtla
  • ralfsu

    I very rarely listen to it, but I do really like World Gone Wrong, it's one of his most intimate albums really, probably because of the way it was recorded, it's very crisp and intense. Great songs too.

    15 Kas 13:36 Yanıtla
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