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Hard Rain (1976)

TV Movie  -   -  Documentary | Music  -  14 September 1976 (USA)
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Dylan appeared on the September 11-17, 1976 issue of TV Guide and consented to a rare interview with the magazine to promote his first network television special. See more »

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Highlights :the duets.
8 February 2003 | by See all my reviews

The best moments are the duets Dylan/Baez:"deportee" is the best version I have ever heard of this Guthrie warhorse;"Blowin in the wind " is given a stunningly new arrangement;"I pity the poor immigrant" becomes a flamenco-rock (it does!);there's also a more obscure number "railroad boy" in which the two voices superbly mingle. The rest is enjoyable too,and some of them have been included on the eponymous album which was released early fall 1976: particularly "one too many mornings " the treatment of which nearly cuts the Albert Hall 1966 famous rendition;"shelter from the storm" is impressive too,transforming an acoustic ballad into a furious heavy metal stomp;"I give it all away relinquishes "Nashville skyline" sweetness for another burst of anger.

The title track (a hard rain's gonna fall) features also Baez for the backing vocals.Roger McGuinn is on stage too,but he 's got nothing to do.

Too bad CBS never released the entire show on CD.


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