Download Make You Feel My Love - Bryan Ferry - Dylanesque (CD, Album)
2007
Label: Virgin - TOCP-66669 • Format: CD Album • Country: Japan • Genre: Rock, Pop • Style: Art Rock, Pop Rock


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8 thoughts on “ Make You Feel My Love - Bryan Ferry - Dylanesque (CD, Album)

  1. I may be an anomaly when it comes to reviewing Bryan Ferry's latest CD, the aptly titled DYLANESQUE, a collection of Bob Dylan covers. Unlike many other reviewers, I'm not a huge fan of either Dylan or Ferry (though I've always respected Dylan as a writer and frequently enjoyed the smooth tones of Ferry /5().
  2. Make You Feel My Love: 4: The Times They Are A-Changin' 5: All I Really Wanna Do: 6: Knockin' On Heaven's Door: 7: Positively 4th Street: 8: If Not For You: 9: Baby Let Me Follow You Down: Gates Of Eden: All Along The Watchtower.
  3. Mar 05,  · Editors' Notes The only thing truly ‘Dylanesque’ about Bryan Ferry’s collection of Dylan covers is the way it was recorded: in a week with Ferry’s touring band. For the rest, this is ‘Ferryland’ where his seductive, tremulous vocal pipes inject an air of evening sophistication to a wide swath of Dylan’s voluminous catalog, and the backing group plays with an assured slickness.
  4. Dylanesque, an Album by Bryan Ferry. Released 5 March on Virgin (catalog no. CDV; CD). Genres: Pop Rock. Featured peformers: Bryan Ferry (vocals, aka_text {farfisa organ} role_id aka_text, harmonica, producer, art direction), Chris Spedding (guitar), Oliver Thompson (guitar), David Williams (guitar), Mick Green (guitar), Leo Abrahams (guitar), Colin Good (piano, associate /5(30).
  5. 12 rows · The greatest -- indeed, only -- irony of Bryan Ferry's album-long tribute to the Bard is 7/
  6. The greatest -- indeed, only -- irony of Bryan Ferry's album-long tribute to the Bard is that Dylanesque never sounds "Dylanesque." There are no solo acoustic guitars, no swirling organs, no thin, wild mercury music, nothing that suggests any of the sounds typically associated with Bob Dylan.
  7. Mar 05,  · Well, surprisingly, Dylanesque is, to coin a phrase, more than that. The 11 songs are mostly classic mid-’60s Dylan, extending back to The Times They Are A-Changing, and the most recent vintage, (excepting Make You Feel My Love, from ’s Time Out Of Mind), is from
  8. Dylanesque is the twelfth studio album by Bryan Ferry, the former lead vocalist for Roxy Music. The album consists of covers of Bob Dylan songs. It reached the Top 10 on both United Kingdom and Swedish album charts.

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