Tuesday, September 02, 2008

New in Dylan Cover Albums:
So Happy Just To See You Smile

New in the Various Artists pages of Dylan Cover Albums is So Happy Just To See You Smile, a collection of 22 new Dylan covers released by Hanky Panky Records of Spain. Most of the performers are from Spain, with a few exceptions (see tracklist below.)
Since nearly all the performers are new to me, it was a fun listen not knowing what to expect from track to track, which range through Folk,
Blues, Country, Rockabilly and more. All songs are performed in English (except for the Spanish lines in Romance In Durango, of course!)
A well-done and enjoyable project, highly recommended.

More info and listen to a few tracks at MySpace.
The CD can be ordered directly from Hanky Panky Records.
Thanks to Hanky Panky Records

The Tracklist:
The High Holas - You Angel You
The Nu Niles - When The Ship Comes In
Bryan Estepa (Australia) - I Threw It All Away
The Suitcase Brothers - Rainy Day Women #12 & 35
Sugar Mountain - I'll Be Your Baby Tonight
Maika Makovski - Love Sick
Colin Hare (UK) - Motorpsycho Nightmare
The Tamales - Romance In Durango
Tim Easton (US) - Spanish Harlem Incident
17th Street Band (featuring Harvey Brooks) (US) - Subterranean Homesick Blues
Guillem Tornado & Damita Segura - Girl From The North Country
Amigos Imaginarios - My Back Pages
Hoey & The Mussels - Don't Think Twice It's Alright
Rubia - Most Likely You Go Your Way
Ted Russell Kamp (US) - Dignity
Carlitos Ordax (of Bisontes) - You Ain't Goin' Nowhere
Sidonie - Visions of Johanna
CosmopolitANTS - Mr. Tambourine Man
The Midnight Travellers - I Dreamed I Saw St. Augustine
Melussa - Just like A Woman
RC Brothers - To Ramona
Los Hijos Bastardos de Henry Chinaski - To Be Alone With You


Anonymous moonpeeler said...

Fine but is there any cover in Spanish, Castellano?
If so please e-mail me on my web site - which links yours, see

2:21 PM  
Anonymous DP said...

All the songs on this CD are in English.

There are many covers in Spanish, in several dialects. Usually I don't know and list them as Spanish, but some are listed as Castellano, esp. by J.M. Baule.
See covers from Spain in the DataBase: http://www.baseportal.com/cgi-bin/baseportal.pl?htx=/dylancov/main&Country==ES

Thanks for the link.

9:21 AM  

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