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  1. Arashimuro Reply
    Bob Dylan's Love and Theft was seen my many critics to be harking back to the fun-filled, slightly idiosyncratic days of The Basement Tapes. While many of the songs on the album reflect this carefree, joyous approach, "High Water" is a song that is spectacularly at odds with that notion.
  2. Fauzahn Reply
    High Water (For Charley Patton) First Release: “Love and Theft” First Played: Oct 19, Last Played: Oct 09, Times Played: Highlands First Release: Time out of Mind First Played: Jun 25, Last Played: Apr 24, Times Played: 9.
  3. Melmaran Reply
    Bob Dylan's "High Water" - for Charley Patton - an analysis- Part 1. Part 1 of Bob Dylan’s “High Water (for Charley Patton)” – an analysis by Kees de Graaf This song from the album “Love and Theft” () is a typically Dylanesque song and without any doubt a masterpiece.
  4. Mauktilar Reply
    Bob Dylan Love And Theft Highwater (for Charlie Patton) Words and music by bob dylan Highwater risin', rising night and day All the gold and silver are being stolen away Big joe turner looking east and west from the dark room of his mind He made it to kansas city, twelfth.
  5. Tudal Reply
    High Water (For Charley Patton)[Bp] Mutineer [Warren Zevon] [Bp / Lps] Floater (Too Much To Ask)[Bp] Summer Days encore: Like A Rolling Stone Knockin' On Heaven's Door (a)[Ce] All Along The Watchtower bonus: Tonight I'll Be Staying Here With You [Bhp] Every Grain Of Sand [Ba] Moonlight [Bp / .
  6. Sacage Reply
    Bob Dylan "Highwater - For Charlie Patton": Water poured into Vicksburg, don't know what I'm gonna do Don't reach out for me, she said, can't you see I'm drowning too boys, to every conceivable point of view They got Charles Darwin trapped out there on Highway 5 Judge says to the high sheriff, I want him dead or alive Either one, I don.
  7. Yojora Reply
    Bob Dylan dedicated "High Water (For Charley Patton)", on his album "Love and Theft", to Patton. The Reverend Peyton's Big Damn Band, American country blues recording and touring artists, produced a tribute recording, Peyton on Patton, released on July 19,
  8. Shakazragore Reply
    May 05,  · Dylan’s “High Water (For Charley Patton)” is based on three chords but in effect two of the three chords are just used in passing at the end of each verse to the line “High water everywhere”. As a result virtually all of what we hear is set around one chord, and thus a major emphasis is placed on the lyrics and melody. Indeed it is remarkable that Dylan does manage to keep the.