Together Through Life

Bob Dylan - Together Through LifeBy: Bob Dylan | Music

Overall: 5 stars
Lyrics: 5 stars
Music: 5 stars

“Remember this guy from being spoke’s man for the Pepsi Generation—he wrote the song about drinking soda with a bunch of hippies in robes on a hill top.it was a big SMASH hit, even little kids sang it.”

Pros: It’s true this is one of America songwriters great of ALL TIME.
Cons: Once you hear that scratchy frog voice you know you are listening to the right one, it like recognizing a old friend.

You and I know it and so do probably most everyone, BOB D. have made an AWFULLY lot of songs for years and year and years. He just keeps making them up and telling the guy OKAY START UP the taping machine I GOT Another Good ONE HERE. And BOOM here it comes another classic type of music song featuring a guy who sing like The King Of Sore Throats of all time.

How could you forget all those hits songs from the peace and love time of America, well you cannot. The guy on the radio keep playing them and you are like, OK, still sounds good to me. I thing this is maybe the seventh album CD compact disc he made, and just like the others ones this one is totally good. Sometime you think OK FINE WE GET IT, another lonely cowboy song that sound like it was sprinkled in fresh dust, but then there is another type of song right after the cowboy song that sound like a old time fiddle music song, from when a man would hold his hat in his hand and look downward slightly out of politeness while a fancy lady sniffed at a flower that he just gave her and know that the guy have a crush on her but is too quiet to say anything about it so they sit in a parlor with lemonade while the piano played itself. That type of song.

Then comes a song where you know you like it, and then like it even more after someone explain it to you.And thats only the third song on the CD compact music. Theres like ten more to go, so I hope you are comfortable—better grab a pillow or a warm towel. Just look at this jello-filled water park full of songs: THE RETURN OF LENNY & SQUIGGY, JETPACK BOOGIE, HASSLED BY AUSTRALIANS, PREPARE TO BE TOTALLY ROCKED, THIS SITUATION CALLS FOR BARFING, YOU ARE A GREASY NUISANCE, DOES THIS PONCHO MAKE ME LOOK FAT?, TEA FOR THE ZIMMER MAN, ROCKY MOUNTAIN HIDEAWAY SNOWBALL DISASTER OF 1942, THE UNCLE WHO FARTED ALL THE TIME, IS THIS A ROMANCE OR A LIFETIME MOVIE? and the most exploding hit he have ever made since the song about the boxer starring Ryan Oneal and Barabara Streishand, KNUCKLES THE DOG THAT HELPS PEOPLE.

Listen, this is a long rackety choo choo train full of good times music for people who love that inmistakeable banjo sound from the bean fields of America.—-this is it, all right here inside a music CD compact disc of sound, and it’s like we should all get together and send BOB and well wishing card that say THANKS For the music! ITS THAT good…

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April 6, 2009 • Tags: , • Posted in: 5 Stars!, CD review, Music

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2 Responses to “Together Through Life”

  1. Sloan - April 6th, 2009

    Sung to the tune of Mr. Tambourine Man:

    Hey Mr. Bryan E Man write a review for me,
    I’m not sober and there’s nothing I won’t listen to.
    Hey Mr. Bryan E Man write a review for me,
    In the Jingle Jangle afta’noon I’ll comment on you.

  2. Darryl Pouhlson - April 6th, 2009

    This record is not even OUT yet — how come this crackpot is reviewing it? Rolling freaking Stone hasn’t even run a review of this Cd yet.

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