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Of the first of two transitional albums in which Dylan moved beyond protest, and then beyond folk music.
Both the lyrics and music have gotten deeper and Dylan's trying more things -- this, in its construction and attitude, is hardly strictly folk, as it encompasses far more than that.
The result is one of his very best records, a lovely intimate affair.
Dylan had remained, in front of us, or writing from the north country, and remained true. He was not the only one, of course, he is not the only one now. But of all the poets, Dylan is the one who has most clearly taken the roiled sea and put it in a glass.
The baby-faced Bob Dylan staring out from the cover of his self-titled 1962 debut album would soon become the musical spokesman of a generation.
Recorded in three short days in January 1965 Bringing It All Back Home found Dylan "going electric"
Taking the first, electric side of Bring It All Back Home to its logical conclusion, Bob Dylan hired a full rock & roll band
This is a must have for any serious Dylan fan or music lover.
By all accounts Together Through Life arrived quickly, given the speed of its creation, it fits that that album has a spontaneous, kinetic kick, feeling so alive that it's a little messy, teeming with contradictions, crossed signals and frayed ends.
This is volume 4 of music from Dylan's "Theme Time Radio Hour".
2010 four CD compilation, the third volume of this lavishly packaged series of box sets from Bob Dylan's iconic Theme Time Radio Show. Volume Three brings together the classic and the weird to help make this series a must have. This four disc set contains classic tracks and an eight page booklet. Themes include smoking, dreams, walking, birds and Cadillacs.