8 thoughts on “ A Hard Rains Gonna Fall - Leo Koster Band - After The Break (CD, Album) ”

  1. Mar 21,  · A Hard Rain's a-Gonna Fall Bryan Ferry (cover version, 'These Foolish Things' ) A Hard Rain's a-Gonna Fall Bob Dylan (original, 'The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan' ) Oh, where have you been, my blue-eyed son? Oh, where have you been, my darling young one? I. Where Have You Been? There is a moment at the beginning.
  2. The album's liner notes say, "Hard Rain is a desperate kind of song. Every line in it, is actually the start of a whole song. Every line in it, is actually the start of a whole song. But when I wrote it, I thought I wouldn't have enough time alive to write all those songs so I put all I could into this one.".
  3. A E I'm a goin' back out 'fore the rain starts a fallin' A E I'll walk to the depths of the deepest black forest A E Where the people are many and their hands are all empty A E Where the pellets of poison are flooding their waters A E Where the home in the valley meets the damp dirty prison A E Where the executioner's face is always well hidden.
  4. Bob Dylan originally recorded A Hard Rain's A-Gonna Fall written by Bob Dylan and Bob Dylan released it on the album The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan in It was also covered by The Portable Flower Factory, Charlie Ballantine, Eliza Gilkyson, Billy Mystic and other artists.
  5. "A Hard Rain's A-Gonna Fall" is based on an old folk ballad variously titled "Lord Randall" or "Lord Ronald," in which a mother repeatedly questions her son (beginning with "Where have you been?"), leading him to reveal he has been poisoned. The song ends when he falls dead to the ground.
  6. A true modern-day folk classic, Bob Dylan's "A Hard Rain's Gonna Fall" is certainly more well-known for the author's original version, but this excellent Leon Russell cover is worth noting. Revamped à la his version of "The Letter," the recording is propelled by a funky piano riff and a loose, barroom feel.
  7. A Hard Rain's A-Gonna Fall by Joan Baez was written by Bob Dylan and was first recorded and released by Bob Dylan in Joan Baez released it on the album Farewell, Angelina in It was covered by Leon Russell, The Staple Singers, Billy Mystic, The Portable Flower Factory and other artists.
  8. General CommentYes, this was written and released before Bob Dylan was 22, so this was well before Jakob was born, and I do think it's weird, but of course Bob himself has blue eyes, so maybe he's talking to himself, or to the idea of his unborn child.(He also talks about his unborn children in Masters of War, another song off this album. I think while writing these songs he was really fearing.

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