Barb Jungr – Man In The Long Black Coat (2011)
FLAC (tracks) 24 bit/96 kHz | Time – 63:58 minutes | 1,11 GB | Genre: Jazz
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Barb Jungr’s first album of Dylan has become a cult classic and this album celebrating Dylan’s 70th birthday is likely to become one too. Jungr’s superb interpretations of her musical hero combined with her unique vocal style and arrangements deliver a gorgeous performance on this compilation of Dylan songs.
Internationally renowned as ‘one of the best interpreters of Bob Dylan’ (Village Voice, NY), Barb Jungr pays tribute to her musical hero in his 70th birthday year with a new compilation of her favourite Dylan songs. Barb’s new recording marks a culmination of a decade-long love affair with Bob Dylan; as Barb states ‘Once I had started singing Dylan’s songs I couldn’t stop’.
Barb’s unique interpretations of some of Dylan’s most popular songs draw on the huge range of influences she has absorbed during her varied and extensive career, from cabaret to European jazz. ‘Man In The Long Black Coat’ offers a fascinating insight into one artist’s obsession and exploration of another’s works. Her imaginative re-workings, which give a female’s perspective on a traditionally male body of work, not only reveal her passion for Dylan’s songs but also her great skill as an interpreter and singer.
‘Man In The Long Black Coat’ includes four never before recorded tracks: Sara, Man In The Long Black Coat, It Ain’t Me Babe and With God On Our Side, which receive rave reviews in her acclaimed live shows.
01 – Man In The Long Black Coat
02 – The Times They Are A-Changin’
03 – It Ain’t Me Babe
04 – Just Like A Woman
05 – Like A Rolling Stone
06 – Trouble In Mind
07 – Tomorrow is a Long Time
08 – High Water (For Charlie Patton)
09 – Sara
10 – Ballad of Hollis Brown
11 – Blind Willie McTell
12 – With God On Our Side
13 – I Shall Be Released
The following tracks are 24-bit / 96kHz: 1, 3, 7, 9, 12, 13
The following tracks are 24-bit / 88.2kHz: 2, 4, 10
The following tracks are 24-bit / 44.1kHz: 5, 6, 8, 11
– reflecting the way they were originally recorded.