10 of 11 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars
Heres something that will keep you thinking..., 22 Jun. 2001
This album is Dylan at is very best. A mystical journey through love and life, expressed with a soft tingly metal sound that soothes its listeners with mind catching melodies. Dylan, unusually, was not protesting, he was expressing his confusion of women, his love and hate of them and how they made him feel. However, Just as the love/pain songs seem to much for him Dylan remembers the high times, such as 'Rainy day Woman', a song full of laughter and irony and the stranger times such as those in 'Leapord skin pill box hat'. As far as progressive sixties albums go, this has it all. Blonde on Blonde is ten years ahead of its self, Dylan is in his poetic prime, (as 'Visions of Johana' and 'Sad Eyed Lady of the Lowlands' show) alongside his good friends, love, and erm... his harmonica, and what a world it must be. Enjoy.