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At a collective running time of approximately 2 hours and 40 minutes, this collection of recordings from arguably the best and most important singer songwriter of the twentieth century could not have been bettered in my opinion. Spanning Bob's career from 1963 to 2009, if you only ever buy one collection of songs by Bob Dylan this is the one to get.
Disc 1 features his best known songs which include my favourites "The Times They Are A-changing", "It's All Over Now Baby Blue", "Mr Tambourine Man", "Subterranean Homesick Blues", "Like A Rolling Stone", "Positively 4th Street", "I Want You", "Just Like A Woman", "Rainy Day Women #12 & #35", "Lay, Lady, Lay" and "Knockin On Heavens Door." The rest of disc 1 is highly enjoyable and like disc 2, there are no tracks that you will want to skip.
Disc 2 has the outstanding "Hurricane" a song about boxer Rubin 'Hurricane' Carter who was wrongly imprisoned for a murder that he never commited. Other great tracks on this second disc are "Gotta Serve Somebody", "Jokerman", "Blind Willie McTell", "Make You Feel My Love", "Thunder On The Mountain" and "Beyond Here Lies Nothing." Again the other tracks are very good and sees Bob's voice maturing in the latter recordings which suits singing the blues even better like only Bob can sing.
Sound quality is excellent throughout, the sleeve contains all songs recording details including producer, original release date, publisher and songs duration.
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This collection portrays my childhood, my family traveled Europe, why the hell did it end up in Brazil, the fault of my grandmother who wanted to settle in the city of São Paulo, I was afraid of the streets and we listened to Bob's old records My brother's Dylan who brought his luggage in the middle of his clothes, I remember the difficulties of establishing a new language, it was difficult but today at the age of 52 I shower my memories with these songs
LIKE A ROLLING STONES, remembers people leaving the country I was born and coming to different countries where we live, today we live in Brazil for 42 years, I was 10 years old and it was a huge difficulty for me, getting used to a new world, different people who didn't understand that they spoke, today I laugh out loud at the wrong words that I said this song marked my new life, in a country far from everything, isolated from europe, dominated by portuguese and spanish
5 stars out of 5 for the album. Bog standard cover that doesn't open, it's just a sleeve. For albums around the £25 mark nowadays you get a smart & poncey cover that makes it feel special & looks good in a collection. I already own the album on cd so hoped for a little more. Having said that... GREAT album
Great album, great sound, whats not to like, cheap sleeve, that's what not to like. 2 vinyls in the one sleeve, it should have been a gatefold album, time will tell if this deteriorates the vinyl. Minus 1 star for that
This is indeed Esential Dylan - from 6 decades of brilliant song-writing. Forget the Tours and Live performances - just put this on the CD-player and transport yourself back to the 60s or revel in how Dylan has adapted to more moder times. Ok there are a few gems missing, but who's counting. This is a superb collection by the Master.