Results for "Columbia Records"
Label: Columbia Records
Track listing: Disc 1: Love Sick; Dirt Road Blues; Standing In the Doorway; Million Miles; Tryin' to Get to Heaven; 'Til I Fell in Love With You; Not Dark Yet; Cold Irons Bound; Make You Feel My Love; Can't Wait; Highlands. Disc 2: The Water is Wide; Dreamin' of You; Red River Shore - version 1; Love Sick - version 1; 'Til I Fell in Love with You - version 1; Not Dark Yet - version 1; Can't Wait - version 1; Dirt Road Blues - version 1; Mississippi - version 1; 'Til I Fell in Love With You - version 2; Standing In the Doorway - version 1; Tryin' to Get to Heaven - version 1; Cold Irons Bound. Disc 3: Love Sick - version 2; Dirt Road Blues - version 2; Can't Wait - version 2; Red River Shore - version 2; Marchin' to the City; Make You Feel My Love - version 1; Mississippi - version 2; Standing in the Doorway - version 2; 'Till I Fell in Love with You - version 3; Not Dark Yet - version 2; Tryin' to Get to Heaven - version 2; Highlands. Disc 4: Love Sick; Can't Wait; Standing in the Doorway; Million Miles; Tryin' to Get to Heaven; 'Til I Fell in Love with You; Not Dark Yet; Cold Irons Bound; Make You Feel My Love; Can't Wait; Mississippi; Highlands. Disc 5: Dreamin' of You; Red River Shore - version 1; Red River Shore - version 2; Mississippi - version 1; Mississippi - version 3; Mississippi - version 2; Marchin' to the City - version 1; Marchin' to the City - version 2; Can't Wait - version 1; Can't Wait - version 2; Cold Irons Bound - live; Tryin' to Get to Heaven - live.
Label: Columbia Records
Track listing: Festival Junction; Blues to Be There; Newport Up; eep's Blues; Diminuendo and Crescendo in Blue
Reissue: Disc One: Start Spangled Banner; Black and Tan Fantasy; Tea for Two; Take the ‘A’ Train; Festival Junction; Blues to Be There; Newport Up, Sophisticated Lady; Day In, Day Out; Diminuendo Blue and Crescendo in Blue. Disc Two: I Got it Bad and That Ain’t Good; Jeep’s Blues; Tulip or Turnip; Skin Deep; Mood Indigo; Festival Junction; Blues to be There; Newport Up; I Got it Bad and That Ain’t Good; Jeep’s Blues.
by Mike Jurkovic
Dylanologists of every stripe and level of Dylanalia had it partly right when Bob Dylan released Time Out Of Mind (Columbia) in mid-September 1997. Great album!" They/we/us all screamed. Great songs!" Dylan's best since the totemic Blood On the Tracks!" (Columbia, 1975) Mid-career masterwork!" The Bard's New Relevance!" If you weren't there the first time it ...
by AAJ Staff
By Steve Khan With The Blue Man not selling as well as Tightrope, Dr. George Butler requested that I have a co-producer for the next CD. I was lucky to be able to land the engineering / production talents of my old and dear friend, Elliot Scheiner. Elliot and I had recorded together on countless sessions, ...
by Ian Patterson
Eventually the steam roller that is the Miles Davis Bootleg Series was going to trundle into the trumpeter's 1980s comeback era. The preceding six volumes in this series have all been uniformly excellent--essential listening for the Davis completist. Volume 7, however, does not reach those heights. It is an uneven bag, much like Davis's 1980s output ...
Label: Columbia Records
Track listing: CD1 Santana; Minor Ninths, Part 1; Minor Ninths, Part 2; Celestial Blues, Part 1; Celestial Blues, Part 2; Celestial Blues, Part 3; Remake of OBX Ballad; Remake of OBX Ballad (Full Studio Session); Freaky Deaky, Part 1; Freaky Deaky, Part 2. CD2 Time After Time (alternate); Time After Time (full studio session); Theme from Jack Johnson (Right Off)/ Intro; Never Loved Liked This (studio session demo); Hopscotch (slow); Hopscotch (fast); What’s Love Got to Do With It; Human Nature (alternate); Katia (full studio version). CD3 Speak (That’s What Happened); Star People; What It Is; It Gets Better; Hopscotch; Star on Cicely; Jean-Pierre; Code 3; Creepin’ In.
by Matthew Alec
Friday, June 24th, 2022, saxophonist Joe Lovano's group Sound Prints (alongside trumpeter and co-leader Dave Douglas) delivered a tour de force performance to spellbound audience members at the historic Mimi Ohio Theatre in Playhouse Square as a part of Cleveland's annual Tri-C JazzFest. Seasoned group interplay between drummer Rudy Royston, bassist Matt Penman, and pianist Leo ...
by Ken Dryden
Charles Mingus was larger than life as a composer, performer and bandleader. A writer of frequently difficult music, Mingus was demanding of himself and his musicians, yet he never wanted his works to sound overly polished. These recordings made over two consecutive nights at Ronnie Scott's Jazz Club in jny: London in 1971 were recorded to ...
by Doug Collette
Bob Dylan's Rough And Rowdy Ways is a uniformly excellent piece of work. On these ten new original songs, the Nobel Laureate blends folk, blues and country music with just the slightest dash of gospel and, accompanied with sensitivity by his touring band (plus a few additional musicians including Blake Mills and Fiona Apple), the seamless ...