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Pop & Rock
Performer: Dion
Title: Kickin Child: Lost Columbia Album 1965
Style: Folk-Rock,Rock & Roll,AM Pop
Duration: 43:50
Date of release: May 12, 2017
Genre: Pop & Rock
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 979
MP3 size: 1718 mb
FLAC size: 1743 mb
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Dion - Kickin Child: Lost Columbia Album 1965 mp3 flac

Bronx Blues: The Columbia Recordings.

Dion had an album ready for release at Columbia in 1965, but it never made it out of the gate until now! Recorded fifty-two years ago, it is as atom-smashing now as it was when Dion rolled tape with producer Tom Wilson at Columbia Studios in '6. .

It took over 50 years for Kickin’ Child to be released, this time by Norton Records in 2017. It’s an odd album in that it very much has the feel of 1965, what Dion was doing then, and what he was all about.

Had Columbia released it at the time things would have been very different in 1965. Dion was recording with Tom Wilson when he first put electric instruments on Dylan and Simon & Garfunkel tracks and this lost record reflects the incredible spirit of that music. Plus Dion wrote some very good folk rock songs and of course sings like nobody else in the world. If you like the sound of 1965 this is an incredible addition to any collection. Reply Notify me 1 Helpful. 告. 編集 over 2 years ago 参照 Kickin' Child: The Lost Album 1965, CD, Album, CED-411, 88985411302.

In January 1965, Dylan cut the electric side of Bringing It All Back Home. Oddly enough, the title track opener that sounds the most like his Bob-ness wasn't produced by Wilson but by Bob Mersey (who’d helmed the sessions that gave Dion the hit "Ruby Baby"). Backed by the Wanderers (and Al Kooper's organ), Dion cut this set in three sessions between the spring and fall of 1965. What’s here is complete and properly sequenced for the first time. Why? Columbia refused to release the album at the time, prompting Dion to leave the label.

Kickin Child: Lost Columbia Album 1965. Summary: Shelved by Columbia Records, the "lost" album of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame singer-songwriter that was recorded with producer Tom Wilson is finally released in its entirety (many tracks were released as singles and in compilations over the years).

ALBUM, TITLE: Kickin' Child: The Lost Album 1965. Release year, date: 2017. COUNTRY: United States. In 1965, DiMucci was signed to Columbia, and had cut 15 new songs - all produced by Tom Wilson, who was recording Bob Dylan in the same studios at roughly the same time - for an album that the label, for whatever reason, decided not to release. Dion left the label over the decision. Some tracks were issued on singles, others later on various compilations.

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A long-lost album by Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Dion DiMucci will finally come to light when Kickin' Child: The Lost Album 1965 is released by Norton Records on May 12. The 15 songs on the album were recorded during Dion’s time at Columbia Records in sessions that started in spring of 1965 and intensified during September and October with a group called The Wanderers, which included The Belmonts’ Carlo Mastrangelo of drums. Columbia didn’t release the full album but put out a few songs, including the title track, as singles

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Kickin' Child Dion DiMucci / Buddy Lucas Dion 3:02
2 Now Dion DiMucci / Carlo Mastrangelo Dion 2:42
3 My Love Dion DiMucci Dion 2:10
4 I Can't Help But Wonder Where I'm Bound Tom Paxton Dion 2:54
5 Wake Up Baby Dion DiMucci Dion 3:15
6 Time in My Heart for You Dion DiMucci Dion 2:46
7 Tomorrow Won't Bring the Rain Dion DiMucci / Carlo Mastrangelo Dion 2:48
8 Baby, I'm in the Mood for You Bob Dylan Dion 2:40
9 Two Ton Feather Dion DiMucci Dion 2:54
10 Knowing I Won't Go Back There Dion DiMucci Dion 2:57
11 Farewell Bob Dylan Dion 3:28
12 All I Want to Do Is Live Life Mort Shuman Dion 3:33
13 You Move Me Babe Dion DiMucci Dion 2:24
14 It's All Over Now, Baby Blue Bob Dylan Dion 3:34
15 So Much Younger Dion DiMucci Dion 2:43

Credits:

Vic Anesini - Mastering
Pat Broderick - Design
Dion DiMucci - Composer
Dion - Liner Notes, Primary Artist
Bob Dylan - Composer, Liner Notes
Dick Fox - Personal Manager
Don Hunstein - Main Personnel
Buddy Lucas - Composer
Carlo Mastrangelo - Composer
Bob Mersey - Producer
Robert Mersey - Producer
Tom Paxton - Composer
Mort Shuman - Composer
Tom Wilson - Producer
Beabandis
I just want to correct some incorrect info. Although Dion is indeed the primary artist here, it was I, Scott Kempner, who wrote the liner notes for my friend, Dion
Foxanayn
Mr. Jurek's comment - "Dion got Wilson -- in late 1964 -- to propose the electric sound to Dylan (who'd worshiped Dion from the '50s) in the first place. Dion convinced the producer to take some of the songwriter's session tapes and give them an electric treatment." - when taken in the context that Dylan's change from solo folk to electric band music rocked the folk music world at that point in time, is a most explosive one. Having referenced Michael Gray's "Encyclopedia of Bob Dylan," and Philippe Margotim & Jean-Michael Guesdon's "Bob Dylan - All the Songs", and having found no mention of Dion whatsoever in reference to Bringing It All Back Home, I wonder if his claim can be substantiated by an outside source, or if it's merely anecdotal. (One blogger even suggested that Wilson's dubbing of electric instruments on to Dylan's version House of the Rising Sun provided the impetus (http://blogcritics.org/the-amazing-tom-wilson/)). I know Dion made the same claim in his autobiography, but I have yet to see the claim referenced anywhere else. Obviously, with all that's been written about this album, the Newport Folk Festival, etc., I may have missed something, but given the importance of Dylan's album in the history of popular music, if would be good to have this claim verified.