Label: Hollow Horn - none • Series: Studio Outtakes - Vol 7 • Format: 2x, CD Unofficial Release • Genre: Rock, Folk, World, & Country • Style: Folk Rock, Pop Rock
According to the booklet in Bootleg Series Volumes"Series of Dreams" was recorded on March 23,with overdubs added in January An alternate take of the song, recorded at Series Of Dreams - Bob Dylan - A Man With No Alibi March 23, session, was released in on The Bootleg Series Vol.
Among Dylan's most ambitious compositions, "Series of Dreams" is given a tumultuous production from Lanois. The lyrics Panic Station - Muse - Greatest Hits fairly straightforward, giving a literal description of the turmoil encountered by the narrator during a "series of dreams", before the descriptions unfold into a set of highly evocative verses with surrealistic lyrics.
In his autobiography Chronicles: Volume OneDylan wrote about the song's recording. I knew what he meant, but it just couldn't be done. Though I thought about it for a second, thinking that I could probably start with the bridge as the main part and use the main part as the bridge I felt like it was fine the way it was — didn't want to lose myself in thinking too much about changing it. Music critic Tim Riley would echo these sentiments, writing that "'Series of Dreams' should have been the working title song to Oh Mercynot a leftover pendant.
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