Saturday, December 04, 2010

NEW: Nina Deutsch

Added to Dylan Cover Albums (HERE) today is this recent find: The Music of Bob Dylan performed by classical pianist Nina Deutsch. The album of solo piano instrumentals was recorded and released in 2009. More info about Nina and the album is on her MySpace page.
The self-released CDR is available by mail-order only, instructions can be found on her MySpace blog.
The 26-track, 63:39 tracklist includes many unexpected songs alongside the favorites from Dylan's 60s-80s catalog:
Ballad Of A Thin Man / Forever Young / Ring Them Bells / Shelter From The Storm / Jokerman / Gotta Serve Somebody / Queen Jane Approximately / Desolation Row / Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues / Tangled Up In Blue / Oh, Sister / All Along The Watchtower / Gates Of Eden / Maggie's Farm / Don't Think Twice, It's All Right / The Times They Are A-Changin' / Mr. Tambourine Man / Tombstone Blues / Love Minus Zero/No Limit / It Takes A Lot To Laugh, It Takes A Train To Cry / Bob Dylan's 115th Dream / Song To Woody / Every Grain Of Sand / When He Returns / License To Kill / Blowin' In The Wind


Anonymous Anonymous said...

very interested in your dylan cd - how can we hear a taster tracks?

5:54 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

interested in your dylan cd - how can we hear a taster track?

5:55 AM  
Blogger D.P. said...

You can hear a sample of Nina playing Dylan on YouTube:

11:12 AM  
Blogger eruke said...

I have had the pleasure of working with Nina Deutsch in preparing a piece on her work for my Dylan journal, Montague Street. There is a unique pleasure to her interpretations of the songs: she creates subtle, creative, and engrossing experiences of material like Jokerman, Gotta Serve Somebody, or Tombstone Blues, which would seem to lend themselves to fatuous *pop-classical* renditions. Her work is actually a wonderful antidote to John Corigliano's ultra-fatuous Dylan project.
Nina Goss
Montague Street

12:13 PM  

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