Nashville Skyline is the ninth studio album by American singer-songwriter Bob Dylan, released on April 9, 1969, by Columbia Records as LP record, reel to reel tape and audio cassette. Building on the rustic style he experimented with on John Wesley Harding, Nashville Skyline displayed a complete immersion into country music
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Bob Dylan's 'Nashville Skyline' turns 50: How the album changed country music. Exploring the history of Bob Dylan's "Nashville Skyline" with the players who created it and the songwriters influenced by it. Matthew Leimkuehler, Nashville Tennessean. In April, Nashville Skyline celebrated 50 years of influencing the artistic blur between rock ‘n’ roll and country music. Some strummed guitars and sang during the wait. Photo: Jimmy Ellis, The Tennessean).
Bob Dylan fully embraced his country influence, and sang in a surprising new croon, on 1969's 'Nashville Skyline. Michael Ochs Archives/Getty. In June 1969, two months after Nashville Skyline landed in stores, Bob Dylan told Rolling Stone founder Jann S. Wenner that he’d originally had a different name in mind for his latest album. The title came up John Wesley Harding, Volume II, he said. We were gonna do that. As usual, Dylan must have been at least partly kidding. Nashville Skyline was recorded in the same city as its 1967 predecessor, and re-enlisted its rhythm section.
Bob Dylan's "Nashville Skyline" was a tour de force when released in 1969. It helped usher in country-rock as well as help diversify Nashville's music scene. Several years prior to Nashville Skyline, Dylan and The Band recorded what would become The Basement Tapes. Often bootlegged, the sessions were countryfied Dylan tunes that harkened back to a rootsier and more earthier version of country music. They wouldn't be released by Columbia Records until '75, but they were in many respects, the first hints at Dylan's country curveball. In '68, Parsons would lead the charge of country rock with the movement's poster child album, Sweetheart of the Rodeo
Bob Dylan with his son, Jesse, and friends, Woodstock town square, Woodstock, NY, 1969. It all happened so fast. If I had had any resistance in me, I would have missed the photograph that became the cover of Nashville Skyline. It is best to be open to life. I brought the film to the city to be processed and then brought it and a slide projector to his house to show them to him.
Nashville Skyline is Bob Dylan’s 9th studio album, released on April 9, 1969 through Columbia Records. Prefigured by the two songs- Down Along the Cove and I’ll Be Your Baby Tonight"-that closed 1967’s John Wesley Harding. Nashville Skyline is an album of unpretentious country music sung by Dylan in a low croon. Recording sessions were held at Columbia Studio A in Nashville, Tennessee between the 13th and 18th of February, although most of the takes used for the album were cut on the 13th and 14th.
There are those who do not imitate, Who cannot imitate But then there are those who emulate At times, to expand further the light Of an original glow.
|A1||Girl From The North Country
Vocals – Johnny Cash
|A2||Nashville Skyline Rag||3:12|
|A3||To Be Alone With You||2:05|
|A4||I Threw It All Away||2:23|
|B1||Lay Lady Lay||3:20|
|B2||One More Night||2:25|
|B3||Tell Me That It Isn't True||2:45|
|B5||Tonight I'll Be Staying Here With You||3:23|
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