|A1||Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues|
|A2||One Too Many Mornings|
|A3||Like A Rolling Stone|
|A4||Mr. Tambourine Man|
|A5||It's All Over Now Baby Blue|
|B1||Who You Really Are|
|B2||Bob Dylan's Dream|
|B4||If I Could Do It All Over, I'd Do It All Over You|
|B5||Keep Your Hands Off Her|
|B6||You Don't Do Me Like You Used To Do|
|B7||Goin' Back To Rome|
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|71033||Bob Dylan||Burn Some More (LP, Comp, Unofficial, Yel)||Trade Mark Of Quality||71033||US||1972|
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Bob Dylan is the debut studio album by American singer-songwriter Bob Dylan, released on March 19, 1962 by Columbia Records. Produced by Columbia's legendary talent scout John H. Hammond, who signed Dylan to the label, the album features folk standards, plus two original compositions, "Talkin' New York" and "Song to Woody".
Bob Dylan's 35th album, Tempest, landed in stores this week – a record in which, he claims, "Anything goes and you just gotta believe it will make sense. 10. ‘John Wesley Harding’
Greatest Bob Dylan Albums. The Top Ten. 1 Highway 61 Revisited. BOB & BOTT have some lessers songs but every song on this album has great singing and great lryics. plus, it has too of the best songs of all time, like a rolling stone and desulation row. - RecklessGreed. 2 Blood on the Tracks. This is absolutely stunning. I will never grow tired of this genius. It's not just the quality of the album, it's also so damn epic because his critics were starting to label him washed up and a has-been after a slow start to the 70s, then he comes out and produces this. With "Isis", "One More Cup of Coffee", "Mozambique", "Black Diamond Bay", it is like the revealing of the pain and emptiness in the heart of a world weary, well traveled existentialist. After 3 years in the Peace Corps in Africa, to return to America in 1977 with my mother's death, this Album hit home.
Unlike some of his contemporaries, Dylan isn't limited to one or two ways of feeling his music. He can be poignant and mocking, angry and exultant, reflective and whoopingly joyful. The final "I Shall Be Free" is another of Dylan's off-the-cuff songs in which he demonstrates the vividness, unpredictability and cutting edge of his wit. This album, in sum, is the protean Bob Dylan as of the time of the recording. By the next recording, there will be more new songs and insights and experiences
This Bob Dylan discography is ranked from best to worst, so the top Bob Dylan albums can be found at the top of the list. To make it easy for you, we haven't included Bob Dylan singles, EPs, or compilations, so everything you see here should only be studio albums. If you want to know, "What is the Best Bob Dylan album of all time?" or "What are the top Bob Dylan albums?" then this list will answer your questions. The list you're viewing is made up of albums like Blood on the Tracks and Highway 61 Revisited.
Of course, this Bob Dylan song nearly did serve as a final statement. Several months before Time Out of Mind was released, Dylan was laid low by a life-threatening bout with pericarditis, brought about by the fungal infection histoplasmosis. I really thought I’d be seeing Elvis soon, he said in a statement. Dylan beat the reaper, but the haunted, exhausted, yet elegant and profound Not Dark Yet stands as one of his most moving testaments. 9. Bob Dylan - "Every Grain of Sand". Originally an acoustic track on his John Wesley Harding album, Watchtower may have never reached its full potential or popularity if not for an electric - and electrifying - cover by Jimi Hendrix, which so impressed Dylan that he began performing it a la Hendrix, giving the song an even heavier sense of foreboding, and turning it into one of.
Blonde On Blonde posted by matteo at 12:24 PM on February 8, 2008. Biograph is what got me started on him. posted by hecho de la basura at 12:24 PM on February 8, 2008. If you don't like Blonde on Blonde (I know, I know, I recommended it above), you might give Time out of Mind a listen. That was actually my way into Dylan, after years of giving him short shrift. I'm now a huge (HUGE) Dylan fan, largely because I was so intrigued by that album. It's not nearly as iconic, but it's very beguiling. posted by OmieWise at 12:43 PM on February 8, 2008.
Listen free to Bob Dylan – The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan (Blowin' in the Wind, Girl From the North Country and more). The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan is singer-songwriter Bob Dylan's second studio album, released in May 1963 by Columbia Records. Dylan's debut album, Bob Dylan, had featured just two original songs. Freewheelin' contained just two covers, the traditional tune "Corrina, Corrina", and "Honey, Just Allow Me One More Chance" - which Dylan re-wrote extensively.