Pebbles, Volume 8 is a compilation album among the LP's in the Pebbles series. The music on this album has no relation to Pebbles, Volume 8 that was released on CD many years later. This album was released as an LP by BFD Records in 1980 (as and was kept in print for many years by AIP Records.
The album spans the recording sessions for Oh Mercy, World Gone Wrong, Time Out of Mind, and Modern Times as well as a number of soundtrack contributions and previously unreleased live tracks from 1989 through 2006. The collection also includes a track from an abandoned album Dylan had started to record with David Bromberg in 1992, and Dylan's duet with Ralph. Stanley, 'The Lonesome River'. An alternate version of "Series of Dreams" was included on Vol. 3 of the Bootleg Series. Dreamin' Of You", an outtake from the Time Out of Mind sessions, was offered for free download on Bob Dylan's site and was also sent to radio stations as a promotional single. In its first week it opened with on the Billboard 200, selling over 600,000 copies to date and becoming Dylan's 17th album to open in the top 10.
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Bob Dylan - The Bootleg Series, Vol. 8, Tell Tale Signs 1989-2006 Condition: Brand New. Time left: 3h 58m 30s. Ships to: Worldwide. Bob Dylan album bestography. Higher ranked (3,737th) This album (4,421st) Lower ranked (4,421st) New MorningThe Bootleg Series Vol. 8 - Tell Tale Signs: Rare And Unreleased 1989–2006The Bootleg Series Vol. 8 - Tell Tale Signs: Rare And Unreleased 1989–2006. Members who like this album also like: Modern Times by Bob Dylan, Together Through Life by Bob Dylan and The Bootleg Series Vol. 7: No Direction Home: The Soundtrack by Bob Dylan.
Tell Tale Signs is perhaps the most appropriately titled of all the volumes in Bob Dylan's official Bootleg Series thus far. Containing 27 tracks, the material here dates from the albums Oh Mercy through to 2006's Modern Times. It presents a carefully prepared sonic treat of a genuine enigma's musical world-view. Likewise, "Marchin' to the City," one of the best slow blues Dylan has ever written, offers a respite from the desolation on that album. Soundtracks get represented, too: the alternate take of "Tell Ol' Bill," from North Country, is a semi-rag tune with rambling honky tonk piano, and "Huck's Tune," from Lucky You, creates a more complex look at the male lead in the film with a Celtic undertow in the melody.
The eighth volume in Bob Dylan's anthology of discards, alternate takes, and live performances, this volume offers an alternative path through his last two decades' work, offering crucial insight and definition. And if that sounds too dry, rest assured there's also some astonishing music here. How to put his work into context? The Bootleg Series is your best starter kit. Tell Tale Signs is the eighth volume in Dylan's anthology of discards, alternate takes, and live performances, this time offering an alternative path through his last two decades' work. The series presents itself as an appendix, but it's more like a glossary- offering crucial insight and definition.
This, the eighth volume of The Bootleg Series isn't only about outtakes, alternate takes, and songs never heard. It's also about making the musical connections, connections that cover the wide canvas of American popular music. This is something that Bob Dylan has done not only during the 18 years this album covers, but for his entire career. Show all. Lyrics 1961-2012.
Lil Wayne is of one Keef’s biggest influences, and it shows, as Keef has named many of his albums after Wayne’s projects such as The Leak, Sorry 4 The Wait, and Dedication. Even though the album wasn’t officially confirmed by Keef’s control label, RBC Records, it’s release has been hinted.