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Back in the early 1960s, when Bob Dylan was writing protest songs and inventing folk-rock, Gerry Goffin was penning such pop lyrics as "Will You Love Me Tomorrow?" More than three decades later, Goffin, with help from Dylan and some of his sidemen, made a creditable Dylan-style album in Back Room Blood and filled it with lyrics as embittered as any Dylan ever wrote. The similarities began with Goffin's voice, as hoarse and tuneless as Dylan's, though the closest approximation may be to say that Goffin sounded like Billy DeVille after chain-smoking a pack of Camels. Goffin threw down the gauntlet with the opening track, a by-the-numbers rocker called "Never Too Late to Rock and Roll," and then went through a laundry list of concerns, from relationships to politics and religion, all in a tone of serious-as-death pessimism. Unlike Dylan (who co-wrote two songs, co-produced one of them, and was a sideman), Goffin didn't leaven the vitriol with either humor or any of the pop elements he knew so well, which made the record an extremely sour message from a man with a demonstrated ability to be sweet. Still, if you're looking for the otherwise nonexistent 1996 Bob Dylan album, here it is.

Biografía

Nacido(a): 11 de febrero de 1939 en New York, NY

Género: Rock

Años de actividad: '50s, '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s

Gerry Goffin began writing lyrics as a boy in Queens, New York. In 1958, while attending Queens College, he met and married composer Carole King, who became his musical partner. In the ten years they were together, they wrote an amazing string of hit songs, four of which reached number one: "Will You Love Me Tomorrow" for the Shirelles and "Take Good Care of My Baby" for Bobby Vee in 1961, "The Loco-Motion" for Little Eva in 1962, and "Go Away Little Girl" for Steve Lawrence in 1963. Among their...
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