Dylan Original recording remastered
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Top Customer Reviews
Includes his early acoustic folk songs from the 1962 self-titled album with Song to Woody and the acoustic blockbusters from the Freewheelin' Bob Dylan and the Times they are a changin' albums through to his later hits. Immense in the scale of his catalogue worth buying.
Across a forty-five year recording career (at the time of release), even at his lowest ebb, Dylan had some amazing songs to dig up. The best thing about this compilation is how for the most part, it avoids the obvious - Highway 61 Revisited, Blonde On Blonde and Bringing It All Back Home, as well as Blood On The Tracks are all under-represented. Instead, we have the single best songs from Dylan's worst periods - 'Brownsville Girl' from his appalling 1980s period; the adorable 'Blood In My Eyes' from his 1990s covers albums; 'Changing Of The Guard' from the unloved Street Legal album; 'Blind Willie McTell,' one of his rarities previously only on the Bootleg Series compilation.
If you have all the classic albums and need to know where to go next, then this is your starting point. Alternatively, if you don't want to explore all of Dylan's catalogue, this will give you a reasonable overview in the meantime. In fact, the album is worth it just for the non-album, Oscar-winning 'Things Have Changed,' only available on previous compilations.
I certainly wouldn't recommend purchasing the single CD edition, given the length of Dylan's career. And there will be many 'purists' (whatever that means) who will bore for England on the fact that certain cuts have been left out; but those types are the same people who should probably be avoided at parties and all social functions anyway...
'The Times They Are A-Changin' might have been sacrificed for 'Only A Pawn In Their Game' 'Restless Farewell' or the Jubilant 'When The Ship Comes In' and the first disc would be better for it. 'Rainy Day Women'is superflous but, more tellingly 'Chimes of Freedom' really should have been added to show new fans just how quickly Dylan was moving lyrically and consciously. 'Just Like A Woman' and 'Most Likely You Go Your Way' could have been ommitted and 'Sad Eyed Lady of The Lowlands' Desolation Row' added - to great effect I think. and so on, and so on.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Love it. Of course, if you have the songs already then there's really nothing new for you here. Im a confirmed Dylan nut and went ahead and bought a second hand copy of the deluxe... Read morePublished 17 days ago by Jerapah
Arrived in very good time together with the other four cds -New Morning-Self Portrait and Nashville Skyline.Published 5 months ago by Keith