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Another Side Of Bob Dylan
 
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Another Side Of Bob Dylan

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  • Original Release Date: 12 Feb. 1988
  • Release Date: 8 Aug. 1964
  • Label: Columbia
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  • Total Length: 50:44
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  • ASIN: B009M94H7C
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars 46 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 29,038 in Albums (See Top 100 in Albums)

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This has got to be one of my favourite dylan albums. it isn't necessarily the most impressive; it isn't full of political anthems and doesn't have as many classics as other albums (though obviously it has the dylan lyrics and sense of musicality to it). i think though it's one of the best balanced dylan albums in terms of mood. there are upbeat, fun songs like 'i shall be free no10' and 'motorpsycho nitemare', and tongue-in-cheek love songs like 'to ramona', balanced against the moving 'ballad of plain d' and the unrelenting intensity of 'my back pages' and 'chimes of freedom'. for people who can find dylan a bit grim and political, try this album! the balance between the songs makes it a great listen. dylan sounds much more relaxed than normal and as if he's really enjoying himself, which is such a pleasure to listen to, and makes the songs sound very unforced and effortless. i suppose this is (whisper it) one of the most accessible albums he's made.
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Bob Dylan released his fourth studio album, ANOTHER SIDE OF BOB DYLAN, in August 1964. Due to the prolific nature of many recording artists during the 1960s, this was his second album of the year. And what an album it is. This record has a special place in my heart, as this is the very first Dylan album I listened too all the way through.

Earlier in the year, Dylan had released his third album, comprised solely of protest music, entitled THE TIMES THEY ARE A-CHANGIN'. That album was very dark and starkly depressing. Dylan, not one to be tied down to a "movement," completely changed directions, abandoning the heavy protest music of his previous LP, TIMES THEY ARE A'CHANGIN', and instead focusing on a more cerebral, beatnik style of music and lyrics. Dylan lays all the groundwork for his next three releases on this album.

The critical appraisal of ANOTHER SIDE is that it is a transitional album, which is largely true. From an artistic standpoint, ANOTHER SIDE belongs with the electric trilogy both thematically and lyrically. The writing marks a significant change and evolution of Dylan's music, branching out more into interpersonal songs, surrealistic songs, comedy songs, and devastating love songs.

Dylan wisely moved beyond the folk protest movement, and pretty much establishing the folk-rock movement. Acts such as The Turtles, Johnny Cash, and The Byrds took five of the songs on the album to the upper echelon of the singles charts. This chart success helped established Dylan has one of rock's premier new song writers, a status which would only grow as the decades rolled on.

Dylan states with the opening track that he doesn't want to be a "spokesman of a generation," but just a friend.
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I really enjoy listening to this album because of the great songs and fantastic lyrics. It's also a really fascinating departure for Dylan. His previous album, "The Times are a-changin'" was straight no-nonsense protest and folk, including what Dylan himself didn't like ie 'finger pointing' songs. But for me, the move to this album was the real turning point. He stopped singing about the world and started singing about himself. The amount of first person songs are amazing, especially for a 'protest' singer. Of course we all know now that he was anything but and here's where it all really begins. One of the best and most complicated songs was 'Chimes of Freedom' which appears to be a straightforwward folk song but is really much more complex and requires and rewards repeated listening. The heavy stuff is really well balanced by funny and topical songs like 'Motorpsycho nitemare' and 'I Shall be Free'. It amazes me that the people who booed when he went electric were surprised at this seemingly sudden change in their hero , surely if you listen to the sarcasm in 'I don't believe you' or My Back Pages' or the apathy in 'It ain't me babe' that 'their little Woody Guthrie'(J.Baez) was going through a few changes. Anyhow, not too many albums mention Fidel Castro and his beard in the same song so sit back and enjoy the fun as little Bobby Dylan starts to turn into Dylan and he hasn't even plugged in an electric guitar yet.
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My first review for Bob Dylan was for "The Best Of.." which will give the uninitiated a glimpse into his background. I love this album because it is the Bob Dylan of the sixties, recorded in 1964 it contains 11 tracks, each a gem in their own right. Jake Bugg reminds me very much of the young Dylan in both prose and vocals. The tracks are:
ALL I REALLY WANT TO DO
BLACK CROW BLUES
SPANISH HARLEM INCIDENT
CHIMES OF FREEDOM
I SHALL BE FREE #10
TO RAMONA
MOTORPSYCHO NIGHTMARE
MY BACK PAGES
BALLAD IN PLAIN D
IT AIN'T ME BABE.
I'll give no background history because it's boring, 'nuff to say you may recognise one or more of the tracks and if you buy this album you'll be glad to know you'll be introduced to several more which will linger in your memory. Particular favourites for me, CHIMES OF FREEDOM, and the very funny I SHALL BE FREE NO.10.
The storytelling is unsurpassed, the clarity of the recordings are superb. A man, a guitar and harmonica - that's Bob Dylan. It is great to play anytime, he draws you in and, if like me you have it on background whilst on the computer, you will find yourself stopping to listen, reflect and smile.
To many people Bob Dylan was the sixties; I'll not argue with that, not while he's playing. For the younger people especially those fans of Jake Bugg; give this guy a try you never know you may like it.
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