Bob Dylan - Greatest Hits - 1967 Folk Rock Mono 180 Grm LP + Poster

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Bob Dylan - Bob Dylan's Greatest Hits

Label: Sundazed Music / Columbia
Cat#: LP 5156
Format: Vinyl, Compilation, Reissue, Mono, Remastered, LP, 180 Gram
Country: USA & Canada
Released: 2003
Originally Released: 1967
Genre: Folk, World, & Country
Genre: Rock
Style: Blues Rock, Folk Rock


A1 Rainy Day Women #12 & 35 (4:34)
A2 Blowin' In The Wind (2:47)
A3 The Times They Are A-Changin (3:12)
A4 It Ain't Me Babe (3:30)
A5 Like A Rolling Stone (5:59)

B1 Mr. Tambourine Man (5:25)
B2 Subterranean Homesick Blues (2:17)
B3 I Want You (3:10)
B4 Positively 4th Street (3:50)
B5 Just Like A Woman (4:52)

Then a holding action while Dylan unloaded his head after his May 1966 motorcycle crash, now a nostalgia merit badge for boomers and a course in Dylan 101 for 'newcomers,

Greatest Hits stands up remarkably well as a listening experience. Smartly programmed to ride all over any residual worries about acoustic-vs.-electric authenticity--in fact, blowing a raspberry in their face by opening with the Salvation-Army-band blast of "Rainy Day Women #12 and 35"--this best-of stacks AM smashes and protest anthems together in celebration of a pop star like no other before.

No point in going over each song. There is no greatest hit collection to compare to this one. If you're clueless to Dylan and his music, and you're a thinking human being with the slightest sense of humanity and poetry in your soul, buy it, listen to it, listen to it, listen to it. He was the voice of the 60's that stretches beyond, above, behind and everywhere else. So many have given their interpretations of his songs. I never get tired of hearing a new Dylan song re-interpreted. I'm energized when I hear a Dylan tune on the radio. I mean, how can you not feel the eternal pain of "Blowin' In The Wind", the TRUTH of "Like A Rolling Stone", the poetry of "Mr. Tambourine Man", the cutting insights of "It Aint Me Babe", the words of "Positively 4th Street". There is no replacement "singer" or "writer" to compare to Dylan. He changed all of us in ways we have all lost sight of. Thanks, BOB

Bob Dylan - Blowing In The Wind

(Live On TV, March 1963) .

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Bob Dylan interview

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More Information
Condition New
Format LP, 180 Gram
Label Sundazed
Artist Bob Dylan
Color Black