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Bob Dylan - MTV Unplugged
- Bob Dylan

Overview - Bob Dylan, by virtue of the fact that he is one of American's rock legends, needs no description or identification for most music listeners. The gravel-voiced wonder is at his best on this historic 1995 Unplugged performance. The intimate, informal setting highlights the emotion in Dylan's music and brilliant lyrics.  Read more...

 
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Overview

Bob Dylan, by virtue of the fact that he is one of American's rock legends, needs no description or identification for most music listeners. The gravel-voiced wonder is at his best on this historic 1995 Unplugged performance. The intimate, informal setting highlights the emotion in Dylan's music and brilliant lyrics. Renditions of classic songs including "All Along The Watchtower," "Like A Rolling Stone," and "Desolation Row" remind audiences of how a young man called Robert Zimmerman became one of the greatest rock musicians of the twentieth century. In addition to the performance broadcast on Mtv, this video version features the previously unreleased song "John Brown." as well as four other bonus tracks.

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Bob Dylan - Folksinger/Songwriter
Robert Zimmerman - Folksinger/Songwriter

 
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    DVD Format
  • Format: DVD
  • Run Time: 73
  • Color Format: Color
  • UPC: 074645851693
  • Genre: Music Video: Concerts
  • Rating: Not Rated
  • Release Date: March 2004

Related Categories:
Movies > Television
Movies > Musical & Performing Arts
Movies > Pop Music

Related Keywords:
Music Video
Rock And Roll
Folk Music
Music (General)
Cable Original
Rock
Pop/Rock
Cable Tv/Cable Tv Shows
Rock Legends

 
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Reviews:
"Dylan shows the confidence, swagger and heartache that would make his next album, 1997's TIME OUT OF MIND, a career achievement." - 05/13/2004 Rolling Stone, p.84


"[I]t's a more than respectable flick through his back pages..." - 01/01/2005 Uncut, p.85

 
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