Bob Dylan - Highway 61 Revisited - Drift Records

Bob Dylan - Highway 61 Revisited

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Dylan was virtually gushing great songs when this masterpiece arrived in the summer of 1965. From the epochal opening of "Like a Rolling Stone" through the absurdly apocalyptic closer, "Desolation Row," his command of surrealistic language was daring and amazing. As a vocalist, he was rewriting the rules of the game. Jimi Hendrix made note of Mr. Z's technically suspect pitch and decided that he too was a singer. And the backing, though ragged, is precisely right. Is this the essential Dylan album? It's certainly one of them.

A1 Like A Rolling Stone (5:58)
A2 Tombstone Blues (5:51)
A3 It Takes A Lot To Laugh, It Takes A Train To Cry (3:26)
A4 From A Buick 6 (3:07)
A5 Ballad Of A Thin Man (5:49)

B1 Queen Jane Approximately (4:56)
B2 Highway '61 Revisited (3:14)
B3 Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues (5:07)
B4 Desolation Row (11:18)

Artist: Bob Dylan
Label: Legacy Recordings
Catalogue: 88875146301
Barcode: 888751463011
Format: LP
Release Date: 20th November 2015
                               

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