Blonde on Blonde by Bob Dylan

Blonde on Blonde by Bob Dylan

Probably my second favorite album next to Bringing It All Back Home - a true classic - if you can ever get the original vinyl, it's worth it (try eBay) for the liner notes and inside cover which are different but only if you're a die-hard Dylan person... Obviously, Visions of Johanna here and so much more make this album what it is - it's smoother than a lot of Bringing It All Back Home (to me anyway) but lovely. For a real treat, try to get your hands on the live Visions of Johanna 1966 at the Philharmonic.... that entire bootleg is amazing.

  • This is a classic. Lay Lady Lay and Girl from the North Country are on this album.

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  • In his older age, Dylan really came into his voice. And his songwriting craft is none diminished with time. One of his strongest albums to date, a great album with roosty, bluesy sounds.

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  • This is one of the last films Heath Ledger was in....he's amazing as is this movie...I recommend the movie, but it's not on DVD yet so here's the soundtrack :) Many people have covered Bob Dylan's songs over the years, but few ... This is one of the last films Heath Ledger was in....he's amazing as is this movie...I recommend the movie, but it's not on DVD yet so here's the soundtrack :) Many people have covered Bob Dylan's songs over the years, but few quite like this. On the double-disc soundtrack that accompanies Todd Haynes' extremely confounding biopic of the already plenty confounding folk icon, we get the likes of Sonic Youth, Cat Power, Yo La Tengo, the Hold Steady, and Antony & The Johnsons doing their best Dylan impressions and often failing gloriously. Former Pavement frontman Stephen Malkmus does a particularly fine job oozing his way through "Ballad of a Thin Man," while Wilco's Jeff Tweedy draws the moody beauty out of "Simple Twist of Fate," and Sufjan Stevens lends his typically baroque touch to "Ring Them Bells." Special credit has to go to the Million Dollar Bashers, the unofficial house band that includes Steve Shelley on drums, John Medeski on piano, and Tom Verlaine on guitar, along with other notable musicians. The generous track list and dynamic set of contributors promises that this album will provide plenty of awe long after the film itself has been forgotten. --Aidin Vaziri

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  • this is one of the best Dylan albums ever, if only for Visions of Johanna, but a lot more besides. This and Bringing It All Back Home must be my two favorites, but you really cannot go wrong if you want classic older Dylan -- the ... this is one of the best Dylan albums ever, if only for Visions of Johanna, but a lot more besides. This and Bringing It All Back Home must be my two favorites, but you really cannot go wrong if you want classic older Dylan -- the sound is quite different and smoother here than Bringing It All Back Home, but it's wonderful as molasses. i own the original record of this and nothing beats vinyl - you can digitize vinyl and it maintains that vinyl feel and sound to it - much rounder sound .... better.

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