DELTA                                   GERMANY

Distr.  : GE -
          US - Forced Exposure
Style   : reissue / folk /

N       79001   BOB DYLAN & THE NEW FOLK MOVEMENT : s/t                 2LP     12.2018

        01.     Bob Dylan               You're No Good
        02.     Bob Dylan               Talkin' New York
        03.     Bob Dylan               In My Time Of Dyin'
        04.     Bob Dylan               Man Of Constant Sorrow
        05.     Bob Dylan               Fixin'To Die
        06.     Bob Dylan               Pretty Peggy-O
        07.     Bob Dylan               Highway 51
        08.     Bob Dylan               Gospel Plow
        09.     Bob Dylan               Baby, Let Me Follow You Down
        10.     Bob Dylan               House Of The Risin' Sun
        11.     Bob Dylan               Freight Train Blues
        12.     Bob Dylan               Song To Woody
        13.     Bob Dylan               See That My Grave Is Kept Clean
        14.     Joan Baez               Plaisir D'Amour
        15.     Judy Collins            Golden Apples Of The Sun
        16.     Dave Van Ronk           Careless Love
        17.     Bob Gibson              John Henry
        18.     Joan Baez               Engine 143
        19.     Judy Collins            Twelve Gates To The City
        20.     Dave Van Ronk           Willie The Weeper
        21.     Bob Gibson              Yes I See
        22.     Joan Baez               John Riley
        23.     Judy Collins            Sing Halleluja
        24.     Dave Van Ronk           Come Back Baby
        25.     Bob Gibson              Motherless Children

A great compendium of music on double LP-vinyl which features the self-titled debut
album by Bob Dylan (born Robert Allen Zimmerman) from 1962 on side one and two, plus
12 extra tracks on side three and four with 12 recordings by other key performers
from the new folk movement: Joan Baez (born Joan Chandos BŠez), Judy Collins (born
Judith Marjorie Collins), who are both still very active today, Bob Gibson (who
introduced an unknown Joan Baez at the Newport Folk Festival of 1959), and Dave
Van Ronk (nicknamed the "Mayor of MacDougal Street, N.Y." and who was considered
by many to be music's raconteur, troubadour, and provocateur). It is very much folk
music history in the making, and worthy of a place in any discerning music fan's