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Bob Dylan — Man Gave Names To All the Animals
Album: Slow Train Coming
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Released: 1979
Length: 4:21
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Por Favor. No Mo!
Yeah this song is tough to listen to. I think our boy Bob should hang 'em up.
oh, dear: this is the equivalent of a hard-core fashonista being photographed in curlers and a bathrobe. but, with a career like Bob's, you're allowed a few missteps.
Moon wrote:
Wow, I actually had to turn down the volume for this one. That "in the begining" chorus was really painfull to listen to.
Hear, hear! I cringe when this song comes on. And typically, I like his music.
Wow, I actually had to turn down the volume for this one. That "in the begining" chorus was really painfull to listen to.
:D
shevek wrote:
Dylan is one of the true masters, but the lyrics of this song must rate among the most stupid in the history of music.
Sounds like "Bob-lite" to me.
shevek wrote:
Dylan is one of the true masters, but the lyrics of this song must rate among the most stupid in the history of music.
I think you're missing the bigger picture within the simplicity. Not that I do no agree with you in some ways. However, hardly the worst in the "history of music".
Tim O'Brien does a nice cover of this on his "Red On Blonde" album. Harry Shearer played it on "Le Show" last week.
:-s
Dylan is one of the true masters, but the lyrics of this song must rate among the most stupid in the history of music.
Talk about a "yawn" era from a brilliant artist. How the mighty will fall. And rise again, we hope.