Pat Garrett & Billy the Kid

5 out of 5

$5.84

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The soundtrack released by Dylan for the famous movie directed by Sam Peckinpah, and one that would make Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door a world-renowned classic!

Reviews

  1. Edd Anderson

    I purchased this, as I had seen the movie when it was released as the word was all about the art of the Director. Now that I am much older I am collecting, or attempting to, a majority of Bob Dylan’s music. Getting pretty close to it. I had spent a lot of time in the Village in the !960’s, and was at Newport Folk Festival when he shocked many folks when he played with electric back up. I also remember I was sitting, on the grass at a Workshop there. Phil Och’s was playing, when Dylan and entourage passed by. He was trying to avoid someone grabbing at him and kicked or tripped over my foot, I was not upset by that. I remember thinking at the time. That people grabbing at you was price you paid for that kind of fame.I have been a fan of poetry since I learned to read and was taken with American poets.I have always considered Dylan an American Poet. One up at the top of my list.

  2. Marian Warnell

    I purchased this, as I had seen the movie when it was released as the word was all about the art of the Director. Now that I am much older I am collecting, or attempting to, a majority of Bob Dylan’s music. Getting pretty close to it. I had spent a lot of time in the Village in the !960’s, and was at Newport Folk Festival when he shocked many folks when he played with electric back up. I also remember I was sitting, on the grass at a Workshop there. Phil Och’s was playing, when Dylan and entourage passed by. He was trying to avoid someone grabbing at him and kicked or tripped over my foot, I was not upset by that. I remember thinking at the time. That people grabbing at you was price you paid for that kind of fame.I have been a fan of poetry since I learned to read and was taken with American poets.I have always considered Dylan an American Poet. One up at the top of my list.

  3. Sean A. Heaney

    Dylan took his view of thematic musical scores very seriously. This album is brilliant:: Knockin On Heaven’s Door folllowed by the scores main theme are my favorite music to settle me after a troubled day and I’m seeking peace.I’ve loved Bob Dylan’s eclectic lyrics throughout my life. I’m 70+ so I’ve heard them for well over 40 years. This album is more about the melodys and arrangements. As he adds instruments & speed changes to the rythmn, the themes click with each other from tune to tune like watchworks. I often think he could have been a giant among classical music composers had he chosen the classical genre. This album is unique among the body of Dylan’s work. Once you’ve heard it, the experience will inform your way of listening to other Dylan tunes. It’s brilliant

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