Youre No Good - Bob Dylan - Bob Dylan (CD, Album)


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  1. Bob Dylan - You're No Good. Album: Bob Dylan () Tab by Hoodman Blind. I figured out how to play this cause it's one of my all-time favorite Dylan songs (even though it's actually by Jesse Fuller). I'm fairly confident in the accuracy. For C/Em what I do is play a .
  2. Albums; Songs; Books; Art; Whiskey; Store. Store (US) Store (UK) Filter. Show all; Chronological; A-Z; Live; Vol 4: Bob Dylan Live Time out of Mind MTV Unplugged Greatest Hits Volume 3 World Gone Wrong The 30th Anniversary Concert Celebration Good as I Been to You The Bootleg Series, Vol
  3. Released in during a non-productive period after Dylan's motorcycle accident in , it was the first compilation album of material by Dylan. It contains every hit single Dylan had up to , plus additional tracks, including songs not released as singles by Dylan.
  4. Dylan's debut contains just two original songs, "Talkin' New York" and "Song to Woody" (an especially astute title given that this album works as a song to Woody Guthrie). Taking Guthrie's "talking blues" style, Dylan covers a few trad-folk numbers and dips into some country blues.
  5. Song information for You're No Good - Bob Dylan on AllMusic. Song information for You're No Good - Bob Dylan on AllMusic AllMusic. New Releases. Featured New Releases Artist/Album Label Time AllMusic Rating; Bob Dylan. Bob Dylan/Times They Are A-Changin' Columbia:
  6. Both the back cover and the Side A label show A1 as "You're No Good". For Pitman edition on identical label design with "You're No Good" on cover and "She's No Good" on label, see Bob Dylan - Bob Dylan.
  7. Dylan Bob - Bob Dylan Album Lyrics; 1. Baby, Let Me Follow You Down: 2. Fixin' to Die: 3. Freight Train Blues: 4. Gospel Plow: 5. Highway 51 Blues: 6. House of the Rising Sun: 7. In My Time of Dyin' 8. Man of Constant Sorrow: 9. Pretty Peggy-O: See That My Grave is Kept Clean: Song to Woody: Talking New York: You're No Good.
  8. Bob Dylan is the debut studio album by American singer-songwriter Bob Dylan, released on March 19, by Columbia Records. Produced by Columbia's legendary talent scout John H. Hammond, who signed Dylan to the label, the album features folk standards, plus two original compositions, " Talkin' New York " and " Song to Woody ".

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