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John Wesley Harding [Vinilo][180 Gram] Grabación original remasterizada

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180 grams audiophile vinyl / 2010 Remastered Mono Edition


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  • Disco de vinilo (8 de diciembre de 2010)
  • Número de discos: 1
  • Formato: Grabación original remasterizada
  • Sello: Music On Vinyl
  • ASIN: B00499SA5A
  • Disponible también en: CD de audio  |  Casete de audio  |  Disco de vinilo  |  Música MP3
  • Valoración media de los clientes: 4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas  Ver todas las opiniones (1 opinión de cliente)
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Prácticamente desde sus inicios Bob Dylan ha ido siempre un paso por delante de los demás. Inmune a las modas y tendencias, su enorme personalidad le ha permitido explorar nuevas vías o simplemente ralentizar con una meticulosidad pasmosa el devenir de los acontecimientos.

Después de encender la mecha con "Highway 61 revisited", expandiendo por todo el mundo un afán por experimentar, arriesgar, romper con lo establecido; en 1967 en un contexto de introspección, durante su etapa de convalecencia en su casa de Woodstock después del accidente de moto, desenchufado del mundo exterior, Dylan alumbra un disco desnudo, country, místico, de aparente sencillez, aunque el trasfondo de las letras nos muestran un trabajo mucho más complejo. Contiene perlas como "All Along The Watchtower", o la envolvente "The Ballad of Frankie Lee And Judas Priest" entre otras, que lo convierten en un álbum muy interesante, de fácil escucha, en una época de transición del genio de Minnesota.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Classic Dylan, impeccably done! 8 de marzo de 2016
Por R. Abernethy - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: Disco de vinilo Compra verificada
Classic Dylan. Need I say more? Except that the pressing is excellent and the cover is true to the original and done impeccably. Mobile Fidelity is first rate and has made listening to vinyl a glorious experience. I've recently had my Technics SL-7 and my dad's Dual 1229Q repaired and I am rediscovering my vinyl collection that has been on the shelf for over 25 years. I love digital but nothing can match putting an album on the turntable, sitting back and reading the liner notes while you are immersed in the warm, rich sound of vinyl.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Beautifully understated and subtle... 1 de febrero de 2007
Por Grigory's Girl - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: CD de audio Compra verificada
This was Dylan's first album back after the motorcycle crash, and it's a moving, mysterious, and poignant album. The songs are shorter than his previous (and later) albums, and the instrumentation is bare to the bone. A lot of rock acts in the 1960's were trying to outdo one another (The Beach Boys put out Pet Sounds, The Beatles try to one up them with Sgt. Pepper, The Stones had Their Satanic Majesty's Request, Dylan had his Blonde on Blonde), so when Dylan made this simple (though not simplistic) album, the rock world was hugely surprised. Considering the turmoil going on in the country (Vietnam, Woodstock, hippies), this album is so far removed from that. John Wesley Harding is an album that's quite surprising in its depth and maturity. It's quickly becoming a favorite, with kudos going to the great song The Ballad of Frankie Lee and Judas Priest. I saw Dylan do it in concert once (he did all the verse), and it's always been a favorite. But there isn't one wasted song on this album. This was Dylan's last great album for a while. He followed this with the cute (but slight) Nashville Skyline, the godawful Self Portrait, and the decent New Morning. All those albums had some good stuff on them, but they weren't as dynamic as JWH (and its predecessors) were. Quite a beautiful album.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Unsurpassed Timeless Genius. 17 de abril de 2010
Por Paulo Alm - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: CD de audio Compra verificada
Recorded in 1967 after the by-then-unreleased Basement Tapes, John Wesley Harding is much more than a mere return to simplicity. Working acoustically and as a trio, Dylan makes a sharp turn from his vital but troubled 1966 output. He comes back here as a totally different artist whose insights were bent by a different frame of mind. With Psychedelia as fashionable as ever, here comes an album which just completely ignores the trends of the day. This is totally timeless, a work of genius which only Bob Dylan could've offered.

Songs like I Dreamed I Saw St. Augustine, Dear Landlord and I Pity The Poor Immigrant carry something so beautiful and special in them it's pointless trying to describe. And the storytelling of The Ballad Of Frankie Lee And Judas Priest is scattered with brilliance.

I keep thinking of how much dear Jimi Hendrix listened to this. I could be sure he'd weep and laugh just like everyone else touched by JWH as he went on to record All Along The Watchtower and Drifter's Escape. It's no secret he knew how great Dylan was.

In short, John Wesley Harding echoes a feeling of ancient wisdom tuned in to Dylan's own timeless genius - a mixture left unrivalled by his peers or anyone else for that matter.
3.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Not Bad, Not Great 10 de enero de 2017
Por A. Lynn Bowman - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: CD de audio Compra verificada
When this was originally released it was a great album and I played it a lot. As I listen to it today it just didn't hold up (For Me) as well as some others. I added my two favorite songs, "All Along The Watch Tower" and "I'll Be Your Baby Tonight" to my play list and put the disc in my cut out box.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas My favorite Dylan, my favorite 60s, my favorite album period 14 de julio de 2002
Por John Stodder - Publicado en Amazon.com
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John Wesley Harding sneaks up on you. I bet a lot of people ignore it because the most anthologized track, "I'll Be Your Baby Tonight" is not particularly representative of the rest of the album (for example, it's the only track with any "country" touches like pedal steel). The rest of it is an enigmatic series of dream-like encounters, some of which take on the qualities of tall tales, others metaphysical dialogues, others seem like pivotal, shattering experiences.
There is an intimacy to this record that is somewhat akin to the more celebrated Blood on the Tracks, but on this album, Dylan is being completely allusive, leading you at times into thickets of imagery that stretch your mind toward revelations that come slowly if at all. In context with the other music he was producing at the time (i.e. The Basement Tapes), it's clear to see that his isolation and recovery provided strong creative inspiration, leading him to develop a kind of backwoods sense of humor, and a backwoods sense of mystery.
What caps this album off for me as Dylan's best and maybe my favorite album of all time, is his performance. His singing is flawless--I love especially "Drifter's Escape" but the whole album's great. The musicianship is of the highest order, not something you can always count on with a Dylan record; the bassist and the drummer give Dylan solid but subtle support, and Dylan's harmonica playing is liquid. It is recorded guilelessly--he is literally singing in your ear.
Look, I also do love Blood on the Tracks, Blonde on Blonde, Bringing it All Back Home, Love and Theft, Desire; but whereas all those albums feature Dylan defiantly at center stage, demanding to be heard, John Wesley Harding (and the Basement Tapes) give you a Dylan who is in deep, private contemplation of the mysteries about which, elsewhere, he is so sure about what he has to say. This is a more attractive Dylan to me--no less brilliant, but someone who's taking us along for the ride.


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