- Performer:Newport Electric
- Title:So It Goes
- Recording location:EMAC Recording Studios
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In March 1965, Dylan released his fifth album, Bringing It All Back Home. Side one features Dylan backed by an electric band; side two features Dylan accompanying himself on acoustic guitar. On July 20, 1965, Dylan released his single "Like a Rolling Stone", featuring a rock sound. On July 25, 1965, Dylan performed his first electric concert at the Newport Folk Festival, joined by guitarist Mike Bloomfield and Barry Goldberg of the Paul Butterfield Blues Band. Some sections of the audience booed Dylan's performance, leading members of the folk movement, including Irwin Silber[a.
And So It Goes is a 2012 studio album by American country singer Don Williams. It is his first studio album since My Heart to You in 2004.
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Publish date: Nov 13, 2009. Updated on. Jul 17, 2019. Dylan goes electric at the Newport Folk Festival. Before he took the stage at the 1964 Newport Folk Festival-the annual event that had given him his first real national exposure one year earlier-Bob Dylan was introduced by Ronnie Gilbert, a member of The Weavers: And here he i. ake him, you know him, he’s yours. In his 2004 memoir, Chronicles: Volume One, Dylan would write about how he failed to sense the ominous forebodings in the introduction.
Newport 1965 was the end of Bob Dylan. and the beginning of Bob Dylan. Some articles have organist Al Kooper backing up Dylan on guitar, others have the man behind the "Like a Rolling Stone" organ sound at his rightful place on the keys. That one is resolved by simply by watching the footage, where blues guitar great Mike Bloomfield is clearly on display: Perhaps the biggest fallacy of all is the one perpetuated in the title of this little essay: That Newport '65 marks the day that Dylan suddenly discovered electric instruments in particular and rock and roll in general. Four months prior to "going electric" at Newport, Dylan released the album Bringing It All Back Home, which contained both an acoustic and an electric side. The single "Subterranean Homesick Blues" cracked the Top 40, peaking at No. 39.
10 quotes from Dylan Goes Electric!: Newport, Seeger, Dylan, and the Night That Split the Sixties: ‘What happened at Newport in 1965 was not just a music. Dylan Goes Electric! Quotes Showing 1-10 of 10. What happened at Newport in 1965 was not just a musical disagreement or a single artist breaking with his past. It marked the end of the folk revival as a mass movement and the birth of rock as the mature artistic voice of a generation, and in their respective halves of the decade both folk and rock symbolized much more than music
When Bob Dylan went electric at the 1965 Newport Folk Festival, it would be the biggest artistic statement of Dylan's career. Dylan's performance was innocent enough. Intent on showing off a pocketful of new electric songs, some from his just-released lectric album, Bringing it All Back Home, Dylan tore into his music with driven abandon, as he commonly did during acoustic performances. A mix of both cheering and booing started when Dylan launched into Maggie's Farm, but the situation continued to melt down as he wound onward through the as-yet-unreleased single, Like a Rolling Stone
Продавец: ООО "Питер Свет". Адрес: Россия, Москва, ул. Рябиновая, 41, 1, 22. ОГРН: 1107847158980
CreditsAlexander Baerg - Guitar, Keyboards
John Couture - Composer, Group Member, Guitar, Harmonica, Vocals
Newport Electric - Primary Artist
Matt Grady - Guitar, Programming
Dusty Macmillan - Bass, Group Member, Vocals
Rob Nation - Mastering
Roger Osmond - Drums, Group Member, Vocals
Bailey Pelkham - Vocals
Randy Rektor - Bass, Guitar
Gordon Shumway - Producer
Steve Sinclair - Composer, Group Member, Guitar, Vocals
Sean Walker - Artwork, Design
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|3||Go Down Swinging John Couture||Newport Electric||3:53|
|4||I Will Wait John Couture||Newport Electric||3:54|
|5||Say Yes John Couture||Newport Electric||2:55|
|6||One of a Million Steve Sinclair||Newport Electric||5:07|
|7||This Great Machine John Couture||Newport Electric||5:09|
|8||The Game John Couture||Newport Electric||2:32|
|9||Let It Bend John Couture||Newport Electric||4:02|
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|11||Cowards John Couture||Newport Electric||3:04|