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The Best of Bobs Studio Albums

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Highway 61 Revisited
Highway 61 Revisited
"Probably the most important "rock" album ever made. Opens with a song that rocked the world on release and is followed by masterstroke after masterstroke. Phenomenal blues in Takes a Train and Ballad."
Bringing It All Back Home
Bringing It All Back Home
"Split his audience and changed the rules of rock and folk forever. Without it there wouldn't be rap. Showed his doubters and has stood the test of time. Absolutely amazing."
Blonde on Blonde
Blonde on Blonde
"Features his best blues and some epic classics. Visions is the centre of this album, but it spawned some beautiful others. Not one weak recording. Also the first "double" rock LP released."
Blood on the Tracks
Blood on the Tracks
"Accepted as his best "later" work the album does not have a poor track. Tangled Up in Blue is as good as anything he did before it, and the rest a mix of bitter, sweet and bitter-sweet love songs."
The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan
The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan
"The album that rescued the Beatles and put Dylan on the map in true style. Many well-knowns, some not. Awesome."
Desire
Desire
"Opens with the spectacular Hurricane and follows up with the epic Isis. What a way to open an album. Some real gems, particularly Sara and One More Cup of Coffee."
The Times They Are A-Changin'
The Times They Are A-Changin'
"Dylan's major "finger pointing" album telling people off all over the place. Sounds amazing and very fresh throughout. Still relevant today? 100%"
John Wesley Harding
John Wesley Harding
"The album is a joy. A return to a folky sound after the near fatal crash sees him in reflective mood. Some classics here."
Another Side of Bob Dylan
Another Side of Bob Dylan
"The first sign of things to come this was Dylan's first effort at warning his public against idolising him as purely a folk artist. Motorpsycho Nitemare and It Ain't Me Babe stand out."
Oh Mercy
Oh Mercy
"His best of the 80s, full of haunting tracks . The whole thing is ghostly, particularly the man in the long black coat. Ring them Bells - a classic."