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Bob Dylan - Watching The River Flow (Olhando O Rio Correr) Album

Bob Dylan - Watching The River Flow (Olhando O Rio Correr) Album
Performer:
Bob Dylan
Album:
Watching The River Flow (Olhando O Rio Correr)
Style:
Blues Rock, Vocal
Released:
1971
Country:
Brazil
Label:
CBS
Catalog:
33727
FLAC size:
2785 mb
MP3 size:
1182 mb
WMA size:
2773 mb


Tracklist


1Spanish Is The Loving Tongue (Espanhol É A Língua Do Amor)
2Watching The River Flow (Olhando O Rio Correr)


Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
4-45409Bob Dylan Watching The River Flow ‎(7", Mono, Styrene, Ter)Columbia4-45409US1971
7329Bob Dylan Watching The River Flow ‎(7")CBS7329Scandinavia1971
4-45409Bob Dylan Watching The River Flow ‎(7")Columbia4-45409Canada1971
CBS 7329, 4-45409Bob Dylan Watching The River Flow ‎(7", Single)CBS, ColumbiaCBS 7329, 4-45409Netherlands1971
4-45409Bob Dylan Watching The River Flow ‎(7")Columbia4-45409US1971


Credits


  • ProducerBob Dylan (tracks: A), Bob Johnston (tracks: B)


Album


Watching the River Flow is a blues rock song by American singer Bob Dylan. Produced by Leon Russell, it was written and recorded during a session in March 1971 at Blue Rock Studio in New York City. The collaboration with Russell formed in part through Dylan's desire for a new sound-after a period of immersion in country rock music-and for a change from his previous producer. The song was praised by critics for its energy and distinctive vocals, guitar, and piano. It has been interpreted as Dylan's. Bob Dylan : Watching the River Flow,альбом, рецезия, трек-лист, mp3, тексты песен. Watching the River Flow. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Встречается в альбомах. All Blues'd Up: Songs of Bob Dylan. Various artists. The Best Of 1971 Part 3. Watching The River Flow. Bob Dylan - Watching The River Flow. On this page you can download song Bob Dylan - Watching The River Flow in mp3 and listen online. Rock Pop. Bob Dylan. by Bob Dylan. D Out to where the trucks are rolling slow A E A TURNAROUND 2 Sit out on this bank of sand and watch the river flow. Wish I was back in the city instead of this ol' bank of sand With the sun beatin' down over the chimney tops And the one I love so close at hand If I had wings and I could fly, I know where I would go But right now I just sit here so contentedly And watch the river flow TURNAROUND 3. BRIDGE 1: E People disagreein' on just about everything, yep A Makes you stop and wonder why. Watch the video for Watching the River Flow from Bob Dylan's Side Tracks for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. From The Album. Play album. Side Tracks. Bob Dylan born Robert Allen Zimmerman on May 24, 1941 in Duluth, Minnesota, United States is an American musician, poet and artist whose position in popular culture is unique. Dylan started his musical odyssey in 1959 when he began playing in Dinkytown, Minneapolis while attending the University of Minnesota. Shortly after starting to play he changed his stage name to Bob Dylan, after being influenced by the poetry of Dylan Thomas before legally changing his name in 1962. Bob Dylan And The Dead Anaheim Stadium, Anaheim, California 72687. Written by: Bob Dylan. Whats the matter with me I dont have much to say Daylight sneakin through the window And Im still in this all-night café Walkin to and fro beneath the moon Out to where the trucks are rollin slow To sit down on this bank of sand And watch the river flow. Wish I was back in the city Instead of this old bank of sand With the sun beating down over the chimney tops And the one I love so close at hand If I had wings and I could fly I know where I would go But right now Ill just sit here so contentedly And watch the river flow. From the Album Bob Dylan's Greatest Hits Volume II. June 3, 1971. Title by Artist. Watching the River Flow Single Version. Listen Now . Bob Dylan is the greatest song writer of all time. He was cursed with a singing voice which does not match his creative musical and lyrical genius, but which does work beautifully when he sticks to the safer keys in his limited vocal range. This song is an example of some of his finest singing and songwriting. The original studio version first appeared on his Greatest Hits Volume 2 double album