Blood on the Tracks and John Wesley Harding are albums by which singer-songwriter?
What does JWH stand for?
JWH stands for John Wesley Harding
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We have 12 other meanings of JWH in our Acronym Attic
- Joint Working Group on Defence Reform (North Atlantic Treaty Organization-Ukraine)
- Joint Working Group on Quality Assurance (UK)
- Joint Wargaming and Simulation Center
- Joint Working Group of Standard Setters
- Joint Working Group on Telehealth
- Joint Working Group on Telemedicine
- Johann Wolfgang Goethe University (Frankfurt, Germany)
- Joint Working Group on Verification (World Meteorological Organization; Switzerland)
- JAL (Japan Airlines) World Hotels (reservation and discount service)
- Jamming with Heather (Beatles bootleg)
- John Wieland Homes (Smyrna, GA)
- Journal of Women's History
- Julia Ward Howe (author)
- J W Hogan & Associates (Dublin, Ireland consulting engineers)
- John Whitmer Historical Association
- John Wesley Honors College (Indiana)
- Jenny Waelder Hall Center for Children, Inc. (Washington, DC)
- Jason William Hunt Foundation (Batavia, OH)
- Jackson Women's Health Organization
- James Wood High School (Virginia)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The first of those two albums, John Wesley Harding, was released to coincide with Bob Dylan's 70th birthday back in May, a nod to Bob's sparsely majestic 1967 album of the same name.
Bobbing along THEA GILMORE John Wesley Harding **** A happy 70th birthday to Bob Dylan delivered in fine style by the ever excellent Thea Gilmore by way of a smouldering and loving - sometimes electrified - reinterpretation of Bob's 1968 acoustic masterpiece.
Instead, he is collaborating with folk noir singer/songwriter John Wesley Harding on a project.
Novelist Rick Moody, Ventriloquist Carla Rhodes, comedian Eugene Mirman, and composer Daniel Felsenfeld join John Wesley Harding for "Cabinet of Wonders" to celebrate the release of his latest CD: "Who Was Changed and Who Was Dead.
Dylan had also given clear signs that he would not be returning to his earlier style when he released the austere yet beautiful LP John Wesley Harding in 1968.
Sid has put down his observations and musings about the influential music of the lad from Minnesota and is gearing up (ahem) to tell the tale of what happened to Bob between his motorcycle accident in July, 1966, and the release of the stunning John Wesley Harding album, at the end of 1967.
1967 John Wesley Harding by Bob Dylan BOB Dylan's eighth studio album marked his return to acoustic music and traditional roots.