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In my opinion, the finest albums I have ever heard.

"jessejamesuk"
 
Blonde on Blonde
Blonde on Blonde
"The best album I have heard. 'Visions of Johanna', and, 'Stuck inside of Mobile...', are simply amazing examples of writing, and the influeces on this album, and from it, make it worthy of academia."
Blood on the Tracks
Blood on the Tracks
"Dylanesque renaissance, making his most personal album, yet also touching the lives of everyone who has ever heard it. One person said, 'Idiot Wind', alone confirms Dylans genius, and it may be true."
The Bootleg Series, Vol. 4: Bob Dylan Live 1966, The Royal Albert Hall Concert
The Bootleg Series, Vol. 4: Bob Dylan Live 1966, The Royal Albert Hall Concert
"The high point of popular culture. Every aspect of the recording makes you envious of those in Manchester, to enjoy the confrontation between, 'that thin wild mercury sound', and the frustrated crowd."
The Band
The Band
"Just the cover makes this album enjoyable...and the music, which never grows tiresome and makes you feel like drinking whiskey and poking fires with sticks."
The Stone Roses
The Stone Roses
"The first album I ever really thought was great.  The music sweeps through the room, lifting the spirit and revitalising the body. A swagger untarnished by time, or subsequent events."
Highway 61 Revisited
Highway 61 Revisited
"I thought, for a time that the English language was developed just for Dylan to utilise in such a fervennt way, never seen better than on, 'Like A Rolling Stone', or the other electric blues here."
Bringing It All Back Home
Bringing It All Back Home
"Reclaiming American music styles from the British, Dylan breaks from the Folk Movement, with brash white raps on the first half, before producing complex masterpieces on side two."
Innervisions
Innervisions
"The pinicle of Stevie Wonders career, I cant help but smile when I hear, 'Don't You Worry 'Bout A Thing', and the political tone of the album is never too heavy, but also not forgotten."
At Folsom Prison
At Folsom Prison
"The most fun prisoners have had since, 'The Great Escape'. He, unleashes the most bitter and humouress songs about crime imaginable. The guy who whoops after the, 'shot a man in Reno', line is a star."
At San Quentin [The Complete 1969 Concert]
At San Quentin [The Complete 1969 Concert]
"A greater reliance on spirituals, but also two of the funniest songs I have ever heard, 'A Boy Named Sue', and, 'Starkville City Jail'. And the Dylan song, Wanted Man'. Which is nice."
Songs Of Leonard Cohen
Songs Of Leonard Cohen
"A soothing record, being sheer poetry set to music. The loves of Cohen, and intricate word play, make this a welcome album, whoever is listening."
Blue Lines
Blue Lines
"Accomplishement at its finest. The album just seems to flow, as if divinity had set out the parts for the Bristol collective to play out.  There is never a dull moment, only musical craft."
Five Leaves Left
Five Leaves Left
"The final song, 'Saturday Sun', is the nicest close to any album i have ever heard. The sound of a suicidal Leonard Cohen fronting The Verve, only better."
O Brother, Where Art Thou?
O Brother, Where Art Thou?
"The most contemporary album on my list is also the oldest sounding and could be an inflence on not only the albums in my list but every piece of 20th Century music."