Category: Rock


  1. Voodoojora says:
    Bob Dylan ‎– Nashville Skyline Genre: Rock Style: Folk Rock, Country Rock Year:
  2. Zulur says:
    Jul 12,  · "Nashville Skyline Rag" is a happy little romp with some tasty country licks. "To Be Alone With You" has some vague charm that I cannot explain a nice little blues number. It's odd to find Dylan in such a light mood as "Peggy Day" and "Country Pie" attest to, but it's a relief to find Bobby a bit happy for once, even if it is all a put-on/5().
  3. Nile says:
    Watch the video for Tell Me That It Isn't True from Bob Dylan's Nashville Skyline for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Playing via Spotify Playing via YouTube Playback options.
  4. Dotaxe says:
    A new collection of songs featuring the voice and guitar of Bob Dylan with Kenny Buttrey, Charles McCoy, Pete Drake, Norman Blake, Charlie Daniels and Bob Wilson and guest artist, Johnny Cash Produced By Bob Johnston Engineered by Charlie Bragg, Neil Wilburn.
  5. Shakalkree says:
    Oct 16,  · Nashville Skyline is the ninth album by Bob Dylan and my personal favorite of his. Released on April 9, , it expanded on the rustic themes displayed on John Wesley Harding.
  6. Nejas says:
    Bob Dylan - Nashville Skyline Album Lyrics; 1. Country Pie: 2. Girl From the North Country: 3. Girl Of The North Country: 4. I Threw It All Away: 5. Lay Lady Lay: 6. Lay, Lady, Lay: 7. Nashville Skyline Rag: 8. One More Night: 9. Peggy Day: Tell Me That It Isn't True: Tell Me That It Isn’t True: To Be Alone With You: Tonight I.
  7. Mazutilar says:
    Album Title Bob Dylan Nashville Skyline (0 users) 04) I Threw It All Away 05) Peggy Day 06) Lay Lady Lay 07) One More Night 08) Tell Me That It Isn't True 09) Country Pie 10) Tonight I'll Be Staying Here With You. Data Complete 70% Total Rating (2 users) Back Cover CD Art 3D Case 3D Thumb.
  8. Tosar says:
    John Wesley Harding suggested country with its textures and structures, but Nashville Skyline was a full-fledged country album, complete with steel guitars and brief, direct songs. It's a warm, friendly album, particularly since Bob Dylan is singing in a previously unheard gentle croon -- the sound of his voice is so different it may be disarming upon first listen, but it suits the songs/

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