Bob Dylan - Lonesome Day Blues (Song)
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  • The track goes on in a repetitive manner for a few verses and to be honest, I’m hoping on a guitar solo on this track since the instrument is already quite prominent in the track and I think it’d benefit the song overall
  • I will be honest and admit that after listening to the song following in this pattern for several minutes it does draw slightly boring but I do have to hand it to Dylan because he really does seem into his vocal performance on this track and he certainly gives a long and extended performance without a break


    • by Grimmy101
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      Lonesome Day Blues is a song by Bob Dylan which appears on his album Love And Theft. As you can tell from the title, the track has a very blues-rock feel but I actually think that this works pretty well with Dylan on this song.

      Dylan’s vocal melody works nicely with the blues rhythm under the vocals and I actually like his tone for some reason, possibly because I just listened to his voice on Nashville Skyline which I didn’t


      like the song.

      Nevertheless, whatever it is, Dylan sounds very into his vocal performance on this track and it works nicely with the rhythm behind him.

      The track goes on in a repetitive manner for a few verses and to be honest, I’m hoping on a guitar solo on this track since the instrument is already quite prominent in the track and I think it’d benefit the song overall.

      To be honest, I’m quite surprised that Dylan really doesn’t let ...


      • up in this track, after one set of lyrics end, Dylan picks it up immediately with another set right after without waiting for any instrumental transition in between the two sets.

        I will be honest and admit that after listening to the song following in this pattern for several minutes it does draw slightly boring but I do have to hand it to Dylan because he really does seem into his vocal performance on this track and he certainly gives

        a long and extended performance without a break.

        To put it simply, if you don’t really like Dylan’s tone or melody during the first vocal bits of this song, then you’re probably not going to like this song as the track just continues on in this fashion without Dylan letting up until about the last thirty seconds of the track.

        However, if you like Dylan’s performance, as I do, then the track is pretty good and it’s certainly worth listening to.




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