Bob Dylan’s “More Blood, More Tracks The Bootleg Series Vol. 14” Review + Exclusive Interview With Co-Producer Steve Berkowitz
1974’s Blood on the Tracks (Columbia PC 33235) was for many at the time a “Bob Dylan’s back” album. He was back on Columbia Records after leaving for David Geffen’s Asylum for a pair of not particularly well-received at the time albums backed by The Band. But more importantly Dylan was back in the more familiar role as folk-poet and story teller—though spinning more deeply felt tales from various points of view that many observers wrongly thought were personal chronicles.
More Blood, More Tracks The Bootleg Series Vol.
“Why another Axis: Bold As Love?” That’s what I asked myself before buying this SACD. After all, mono and stereo AAA LPs have been in print for several years, and were obviously made for audiophiles. For digital listeners, the most recent CD edition mastered by the late George Marino at Sterling Sound isn’t bad. How much better can this album sound?
Axis: Bold As Love
Analogue Productions CAPP 19792 SA Hybrid Stereo SACD
Bernie Grundman at Bernie Grundman Mastering