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Given what we know about dog energy and its effect on humans, it's reasonable to conclude that Hamlet's presence contributed in some small way to the wonderfully settled, easygoing feeling of these recordings. Perhaps he deserves some formal credit, because in a sense, that feeling — redolent of the rhythms of daily domestic life, the palpable atmosphere of a home in the woods — is the central story of The Basement Tapes.
It's key to the whole endeavor, possibly more striking than the line-by-line genius of the songs themselves. Listening to the mother lode in its entirety, from the gems to the false starts, jokey throwaways and talkback chatter, the first and most prominent impression is this unpressurized, almost familial working environment. You can't escape the vibe in the room — everybody's loose and open to ideas, especially preposterous ones, and the rhythms are serene, rustic, relaxed.
Nobody's rushing to make a meeting. Nobody's thinking of going anywhere; the remote location could be a zillion miles from the commercial world, and these people like it that way.
Their mission is not to "make a record" the way Dylan's peers were doing inbut instead to explore music, using just their wits and whatever instruments were lying around. And to have fun doing it. Arranged in rough chronological order based on the numbering system used by The Band's Garth Hudson who served as the engineerthis version of The Basement Tapes presents the material from the release in its original state, without overdubs.
It's best appreciated not as a collection of songs, but as a kind of audio documentary, a painstaking account of the daily song-chasing that went on for nearly seven months at Dylan's house and then Big Pink.
It catches Dylan in a fertile writing period, and offers telling glimpses into his process — his use of absurd placeholder words "You Ain't Goin' Nowhere" and nonsense syllables that would eventually become lyrics in subsequent versions. At the same time, it shows how resourceful his collaborators were as they cobbled together, often on the fly, a rustic and rarified textural landscape that could complement and enhance his images.
Still, the preponderance of Basement Tapes bootlegs tells you something about the importance heaped on the music they contain. The rough recordings Dylan made in Woodstock in the spring and Im In The Mood - Bob Dylan And The Band - The Basement Tapes Complete: The Bootleg Series Vol. 11 of had a profound effect, widely held to represent the third time in as many years that he altered the course of music.
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