9 thoughts on “ One Of Us Must Know (Sooner Or Later) - Bob Dylan - Blonde On Blonde (CD, Album) ”

  1. Dylan Bob Blonde on Blonde One of Us Must Know (Sooner or Later) by Bob Dylan I didn't mean to treat you so bad You shouldn't take it so personal I didn't mean to make you so sad You just happened to be there, that's all When I saw you say "goodbye" to your friend and.
  2. 1 contributor Blonde on Blonde is the seventh studio album of legendary singer-songwriter Bob Dylan, released sometime between May and July through Columbia Records.
  3. But sooner or later, one of us must know That you just did what you're supposed to do Sooner or later, one of us must know That I really did try to get close to you. I couldn't see when it started snowin' Your voice was all that I heard I couldn't see where we were goin' But you said you knew and I took your word. And then you told me later, as.
  4. “One of us Must Know (Sooner or Later)” is the only song from Dylan’s New York recording sessions that would wind up on Blonde on Blonde. The rest of the album was recorded in Nashville.
  5. Listen online to Bob Dylan - One of Us Must Know (Sooner or Later) and find out more about its history, critical reception, and meaning.
  6. But One of Us Must Know (track 4) has more or less vanished although Dylan thought it was a single of merit, as it was the first single to be released from the album – and in those days singles were important. It reached number 33 in the UK charts – but it failed totally to make much impact in the US.
  7. Here we are now in Music City. Bob Johnston relocated the whole operation to Columbia studios on 16th Avenue South to see what the Nashville studio aces could do (when they weren’t playing ping pong). What followed was Blonde on Blonde, one of the first rock and roll double albums — an instant classic.
  8. But sooner or later, one of us must know That you just did what you're supposed to do Sooner or later, one of us must know That I really did try to get close to you I couldn't see what you could show me Your scarf had kept your mouth well hid And I couldn't see how you could know me But you said you knew me and I believed you did.
  9. Replacing the fiery Michael Bloomfield with the intense, weaving guitar of Robbie Robertson, Bob Dylan led a group comprised of his touring band the Hawks and session musicians through his richest set of songs. Blonde on Blonde is an album of enormous depth, providing endless lyrical and musical revelations on each play.

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