Gotta Serve Somebody - Bob Dylan & The Dead* - Dylan & The Dead
Label: CBS - 463381 4 • Format: Cassette Album • Country: Australia • Genre: Rock • Style: Folk Rock, Pop Rock
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"Gotta Serve Somebody" cranks up a cool shuffle. "Queen Jane Approximately" is so relaxed it plays with a whiff of island breeze. The concert staples "All Along the Watchtower" and "Knockin' on Heaven's Door" trade licks and vocals between the two iconic '60s acts.
With “Gotta Serve Somebody,” Dylan garnered his first Grammy award for best vocal performance , and the song has been a standard ever since. It reappeared on many Dylan compilations and has been covered by Booker T. and the MG’s, David Allan Coe, Judy Collins, Devo, Etta James, Mavis Staples, and The Grateful Dead.
Gotta Serve Somebody Lyrics: You may be an ambassador to England or France / You may like to gamble, you might like to dance / You may be the heavyweight champion of the world / You may be a.
Apr 21, · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Dylan* & The Dead* - Dylan & The Dead at Discogs. Complete your Dylan* & The Dead* collection/5().
Dec 10, · Yes, it gets a little ragged in spots, especially the opening Slow Train, which sounds like it might jump the rails any minute. Things tighten up on I Want You and Gotta Serve Somebody, and pretty much stay the course from that point on. Let's face it - ragged glory is what the Dead and Dylan are all about anyway.4/5().
Gotta Serve Somebody by Bob Dylan and the Grateful Dead was written by Bob Dylan and was first recorded and released by Bob Dylan in Bob Dylan and the Grateful Dead released it on the album Dylan and the Dead in It was covered by David Allan Coe with Lacy J. Dalton, The Abrams Brothers, Luther Ingram, Kevin Max and other artists.
Dec 10, · Things tighten up on I Want You and Gotta Serve Somebody, and pretty much stay the course from that point on. Let's face it - ragged glory is what the Dead and Dylan are all about anyway. If you want polished, listen to Beyonce or something/5().
Dylan & the Dead, though, makes you wonder what the fuss was about. You really had to be there. You really had to be there. This is a story from the February 23, issue of Rolling Stone.
MORE INFO. in , two legends joined forces for an unforgettable tour. Now, Dylan & The Dead, featuring The Grateful Dead backing up Bob Dylan on seven of his classic songs, including "All Along The Watchtower", "Knockin' On Heaven's Door" and "Gotta Serve Somebody" is available on red and blue tie-dye vinyl for a trip unlike any other.