Bob Dylan - Knocked Out Loaded download album
Bob Dylan's 24th studio album, released on July 14, 1986 by Columbia. The album title comes from a blues song called "Junco Partner", recorded by James Booker, and also by The Clash on their "Sandinista" album. The cover image originally appeared on the front of the American pulp magazine "Spicy-Adventure Stories", published in January 1939 with artwork by Harry Lemon Parkhurst.
Knocked Out Loaded is the 24th studio album by American singer-songwriter Bob Dylan, released on July 14, 1986 by Columbia Records. The album was received poorly upon release, and is still considered by some critics to be one of Dylan's least-engaging efforts. However, the 11-minute epic "Brownsville Girl", co-written by Sam Shepard, has been cited as one of his best songs by some critics. Sales for Knocked Out Loaded were weak, as it peaked at No. 53 on . charts and No. 35 in the UK.
Released July 14, 1986. Knocked Out Loaded Tracklist. 1. You Wanna Ramble Lyrics. Writers Bob Dylan, Carole Bayer Sager, . Arranged By Bob Dylan. More Bob Dylan albums. The Original Mono Recordings. Show all albums by Bob Dylan.
It's easy to dismiss Knocked Out Loaded out of hand, considering it an extension of the slick professionalism of Empire Burlesque, only not written completely by Dylan. He collaborates with everyone from Tom Petty to Sam Shepard, relying on recordings cut at various times in the mid-'80s, which makes its scattershot effect perhaps not so surprising.
By: Bob Dylan (1986, Rock). More albums from Bob Dylan: The Complete Album Collection Vol. One by Bob Dylan. Christmas In The Heart by Bob Dylan. Live 1975 (The Rolling Thunder Revue) by Bob Dylan. World Gone Wrong by Bob Dylan. Live 1966 (The Royal Albert Hall Concert) by Bob Dylan. Empire Burlesque by Bob Dylan. Tempest by Bob Dylan. Live At The Gaslight 1962 by Bob Dylan. View all albums . Knocked Out Loaded. By: Bob Dylan (1986, Rock).
As I stated earlier, Knocked Out Loaded is one of Dylan's weaker albums. Listening to it again, it may even be the worst of his entire recording career, which began in 1962 and continues to this day. While I'll get to the numerous reasons why this album is so dreadful, though, I'd like to start with the two bright spots: "Under Your Spell" and the eleven-minute "Brownsville Girl.