🎤 Bob Dylan - Pat Garrett & Billy The Kid MP3
- Performer: Bob Dylan
- Title: Pat Garrett & Billy The Kid
- Genre: Rock
- Country: Italy
- Record source: CD, Album, Reissue
- Released: 2001
- Style: Folk Rock
- Label: Columbia, Sony Music
- Cat#: BME 71
- MP3 album: 2207 mb
- FLAC album: 2934 mb
- Rating: 4.3/5
- Votes: 326
Bass – T. PaulCello – F. Katz, T. MichelDrums – J. KeltnerFlute [Recorder] – G. FosterGuitar – B. Dylan, C. Hunter, R. McGuinnHarmonium – C. FortinaVoice – B. Patterson, T. PaulVoice [Uncredited] – Donna Weiss
Instruments – B. Dylan, Booker T, B. LanghornVoice – B. Berline, D. Weiss, P. Jones
|3||Knockin' On Heaven's Door|
Harmonium – C. FortinaInstruments – J. Keltner, R. McGuinn, T. PaulRhythm Guitar – B. DylanVoice – B. PattersonVoice [Uncredited] – Carol Hunter, Donna Weiss
Instruments – B. Dylan, C. Hunter
Instruments – B. Dylan, T. Paul
|6||Cantina Theme (Workin' For The Law)|
Bongos – R. KunkelInstruments – B. Dylan, B. Langhorn, R. McGuinn
Acoustic Guitar – B. LanghornBanjo – J. RogerBass – Booker TFiddle – B. BerlineRhythm Guitar – B. Dylan
Instruments – B. Dylan, J. Keltner, R. McGuinn, T. Paul
|9||Main Title Theme (Billy)|
Instruments – B. Dylan, Booker T, B. LanghornTambourine – R. Kunkel
Instruments – B. Dylan, Booker T, B. Langhorn
|KC 32460||Bob Dylan||Pat Garrett & Billy The Kid - Original Soundtrack Recording (LP, Album, Ter)||Columbia||KC 32460||US||1973|
|32098||Bob Dylan||Pat Garrett & Billy The Kid - Original Soundtrack Recording (LP, Album)||CBS||32098||Greece||Unknown|
|40-32098||Bob Dylan||Pat Garrett & Billy The Kid - Original Soundtrack Recording (Cass, Album, RE)||CBS||40-32098||UK||1982|
|S 69042||Bob Dylan||Pat Garrett & Billy The Kid (LP, Album, RP)||CBS||S 69042||Spain||1980|
|CBS 69042||Bob Dylan||Pat Garrett & Billy The Kid (LP, Album, RE)||CBS||CBS 69042||Greece||Unknown|
- Engineer – Dan Wallin
- Producer – Gordon Carroll
- Written-By – Bob Dylan
℗ 1973 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.
© 2001 Gruppo Editoriale L'Espresso S.p.A.
Su licenza di Sony Music Entertainment (Italy) S.p.A.
Track 7 voice credits faulty reads C. Patterson, D. Patterson, B. Patterson.
First two performers are misprinted, correct artists should read
Carol Hunter, Donna Weiss and Brenda Patterson.
Track 8 voice credits faulty reads D. Patterson, B. Patterson, T. Paul.
First performer is misprinted, correct artists should read
Donna Weiss, Brenda Patterson and Terry Paul.
Issued in a standard jewel case with a 4-page booklet.
Total playing time 35:25.
- Matrix / Runout: BME71 13102
- Rights Society: SIAE
- Mastering SID Code: IFPI L213
- Mould SID Code: ifpi 3708
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Sony Music Entertainment Inc.
- Copyright (c) – Gruppo Editoriale L'Espresso S.p.A.
- Licensed From – Sony Music Entertainment (Italy) S.p.A.
Pat Garrett & Billy the Kid is the twelfth studio album and first soundtrack album by American singer-songwriter Bob Dylan, released on July 13, 1973 by Columbia Records for the Sam Peckinpah film, Pat Garrett and Billy the Kid. Dylan himself appeared in the film as the character Alias. The soundtrack consists mainly of instrumental music and was inspired by the movie itself, and included Knockin' on Heaven's Door, which became a trans-Atlantic Top 20 hit. Certified gold by RIAA, Pat Garrett. Pat Garrett & Billy The Kid - Bob Dylan. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. Bob Dylan acting in Pat Garrett and Billy the Kid McGuinn, Bruce Langhorn, Bob Dylan Bongos - Russ Kunkel. Billy 1. Booker T, Bruce Langhorn, Bob Dylan. Bunkhouse Theme. Carol Hunter & Bob Dylan. Songs by Bob Dylan Produced by Gordon Carroll Engineered by Dan Wallin The Burbank Studios Photography - Manuel Palomino. Art Direction & Design - John Van Hamersveld Dedicated to Sam Peckinpah. Bob Dylan Format: Audio CD. I wouldn't be able to go below four stars for a Bob Dylan album because there's always some form of brilliance to be found. This is certainly not the best of albums but it goes a long way in capturing a certain time in America's history. As the score to Pat Garrett & Billy the Kid, it is incredible and after all it is a soundtrack so naturally it works best alongside the film. If you haven't seen the film I also recommend that. There Bob Dylan himself and Kris Kristoffersson acting up like the coolest cowboys there's every been. Read more. One person found this hel. Listen free to Bob Dylan Pat Garrett & Billy the Kid Main Title Theme Billy, Cantina Theme Workin' for the Law and more. 10 tracks 34:36. Pat Garrett & Billy the Kid is a soundtrack album released by Bob Dylan in 1973 for the Sam Peckinpah film of the same name. 13 July 1973. For starters, it was a soundtrack for Sam Peckinpah's movie of the same title, a first venture of its kind for Bob Dylan. For another, it was Dylan's first new LP in three years - he hadn't been heard from in any form other than the single George Jackson, his appearance at the Bangladesh benefit concert in 1971, in all of that time. Dylans twelfth studio album and his first soundtrack album. It was released for the Sam Peckinpah movie Pat Garrett & Billy the Kid. Pat Garrett & Billy the Kid Q&A. Bob Dylan - Cantina Theme Workin' for the Law Remastered 02:54, 320Kbs. Bob Dylan - Billy 1 Remastered 03:53, 320Kbs. Bob Dylan - Knockin' On Heaven's Door Remastered 02:30, 320Kbs. Bob Dylan - Billy 4 Remastered 04:59, 320Kbs. Bob Dylan - Main Title Theme Billy Remastered 06:02, 320Kbs. On this page you can listen to the album, get information about the album, see the list of songs and much more. Most important - you can download the album Pat Garrett & Billy The Kid Soundtrack From The Motion Picture to your computer or phone absolutely free of charge, and without registration. Listen online and stay in a good mood. Bob Dylan was the source of pop musics unpredictability in the Sixties. Never as big a record-seller as commonly imagined, his importance was first aesthetic and social, and then as an influence. In that light, the original soundtrack of Pat Garrett & Billy the Kid is an extension of its myth-destroying predecessor Self-Portrait, a record which further eliminates the possibility of anyone placing Bob Dylan on a pedestal. It is every bit as inept, amateurish and embarrassing as the earlier album. And it has all the earmarks of a deliberate courting of commercial disaster, a flirtation that is apparently part of an attempt to free himself from previously imposed obligations derived from his audience