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Infidels (1983) / Vinyl record [Vinyl-LP] Importación

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Lo mejor de Dylan. Relajante, para todas las personas que gustan de la buena música de los 80. Muy recomendable.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas In my opinion THE definitive '80s album for Dylan (or any artist for that matter) 17 de noviembre de 2011
Por Johnny Boy - Publicado en
Formato: CD de audio
I am a Dylan fanatic, as I have said many times. I'm not bragging by any stretch, but I own literally just about every piece of music the man has put out. Bootlegs, complete live concerts, rare soundtrack songs, outtakes, acetates, you name it. If it's Dylan, odds are I have it. So this review is coming from a true Dylanologist here.

The album that made me a Dylan fan was 'Infidels.' While this was not the first Dylan album I bought (that honor goes to 1970's 'Self Portrait,' which I bought more than a few years ago), it was certainly the most important Dylan record I ever bought. Instantly, the songs resonated with me. It was almost a revelation. Having heard all of Dylan's records, the one I come back to most is probably 'Infidels.'

The year is 1983. Dylan is coming off of his Christian period, which turned off many critics and rock fans alike. 'Slow Train Coming,' 'Saved' and 'Shot of Love,' his two Christian albums released in 1979, 1980 and 1981, respectively, were not warmly received (although 'Slow Train Coming' sold well and did garner a hit single in 'Gotta Serve Somebody,' as well as some critical praise). It was obvious: by this time, Dylan needed a great record, and he needed one pronto.

So he assembled what was perhaps his finest band. Hiring reggae legends Sly Dunbar & Robbie Shakespeare to play drums and bass respectively, Mick Taylor (of The Rolling Stones) in a dual guitar role with Mark Knopfler (of Dire Straits, who had also worked with Dylan in 1979 on 'Slow Train Coming') plus fellow Dire Straits keyboardist Alan Clark, Dylan had assembled what could only be called a "dream band."

And while the musicians seem like a random assortment, they amazingly blend incredibly well together as a unit. Knopfler and Taylor were meant for each other. Their opposite stylings of the guitar combine together to form a unique sound. This is the way a lead guitar duo is supposed to sound. Sly & Robbie both provide a remarkable reggae-esque backbeat, and Clark's keyboards add a solid soundscape for the musicians.

Now, what about the songs you may ask? Well, this was some of Dylan's best writing in years. 'Jokerman' could have easily appeared on one of his '60s records, and it is amazingly still relevant today. 'License to Kill' remains one of Dylan's great post-'60s protest songs, and 'I and I' shows off Dylan's interest in reggae, as well as how great Sly & Robbie are as a rhythm section. While I do prefer Dylan & The Grateful Dead's version of 'Man of Peace' that they performed on tour in 1987 (a rehearsal version of this track can be found on the Grateful Dead disc 'Postcards of the Hanging - The Grateful Dead Perform the Songs of Bob Dylan'), the version found here is remarkable.

Dylan is also known to close records with a ballad (namely 'Tonight I'll Be Staying Here with You,' 'Every Grain of Sand,' and 'I'll Be Your Baby Tonight'), and he continues the tradition here. 'Don't Fall Apart on Me Tonight' contains some of Dylan's best lyrics that he wrote in the 1980s, and his harmonica playing here is especially stellar and emotional. THIS is how a record should close.

While there are many great outtakes from 'Infidels' that could have easily made the cut ('Blind Willie McTell,' 'Foot of Pride,' 'Clean Cut Kid,' and 'Death is Not the End,' namely -- the latter two showed up in slightly altered versions on later albums), 'Infidels' is about as good an album as Dylan's ever made. The musicianship is top-notch, Dylan is in fine vocal form, and his songwriting here is just remarkable.

Along with 'Oh Mercy,' 'Infidels' represents Dylan's best work of the 1980s. And if you liked 'Infidels,' check out 'Real Live' while you are at it. 'Real Live' captures a few shows from the European leg of the tour promoting this album. The band on that record is tight as well, featuring Taylor, Ian McLagan (of The Small Faces/Faces) on keyboards, Colin Allen on drums (of the band Focus), as well as featuring Carlos Santana as a guest guitarist on some tracks. Check that disc out as well if you liked this one and have some cash to spare. It's a fine live album.

Overall, I cannot recommend 'Infidels' enough. BY FAR one of Dylan's best records.

5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas 1980's Masterwork 24 de julio de 2016
Por White Chicken - Publicado en
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This is one badass lineup Dylan put together on this one. Mark Knopfler production and signature amazing guitar work with Mick F'n Taylor in a supporting role. Very easily might be in Dylan's top five or at least top ten. Great songs, with sort of a reggae Springsteen type feel. Super minor complaint but I wish Mick was a little louder in the mix in a few spots. Dylan probably has 12-15 albums that all rank five stars and this is one of them. My top Dylan power list: 1) Highway 61 2) Blonde on Blonde 3) Freewheelin' 4) Bringing It All Back Home 5) Bob Dylan (highly underrated masterpiece) 6) the times are a changin' 7) John Wesley 8) Infidels 9) Nashville Skyline 10) Slow Train Coming (smokin'!) 11) New Morning 12) Blood On The Tracks 13) Desire

All very easily five star masterpieces, each and every one. I am quite sure I forget a few as well!
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas One of his best 28 de agosto de 2000
Por gesegnet - Publicado en
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This is one of my favorite Dylan albums. The best thing about this album is it is all in allegory. It is so well done this will probably go down as Dylan's most misunderstood albums. Many characters represent people in the world today. Of course the Neigborhood Bully is Israel as Dylan stauchly defends his actions. Union Sundown obviously attacks corrupt unions. But others are more subtle. I am often amazed that even Dylan's most ardent fans don't have clue. Isn't it obvious who the "Jokerman" is? ("you look into the fiery furnuce, see the rich man without any name") And of course his nemisis the prince dressed in scarlet. Isn't obvious who the "Sweetheart like you" is? ("They say in your Father's house theres many mansions, each one of thems got a fire proof floor.") After loving her in that song, he turns around and attacks her in I&I (again the Jokerman appears walking the earth "the world will come to an end tonight but that's alright, she should still be there sleeping when I get back). As I have listened to this album over the years, it just get better
4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Four Stars 15 de octubre de 2016
Por Larry Kenny - Publicado en
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Some good songs with Mark Knopfler and Mick Taylor on guitars.
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Five Stars 30 de septiembre de 2016
Por Bren - Publicado en
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