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Bob Dylan's Greatest Hits

UPC 780014214029
REGISTERED: 08/29/18
UPDATED: 05/28/20
Bob Dylan's Greatest Hits
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Bob Dylan's Greatest Hits

  • Bob Dylan's Greatest Hits available on February 01 2015 from Amazon for 33.98
  • UPC bar code 780014214029 ξ1 registered February 01 2015
  • Product category is Audio
  • Manufacturered by Audio Fidelity

  • Product weight is 0.21 lbs.

    ^ (2012). Bob Dylan's Greatest Hits, Audio Fidelity. Amazon. (revised Feb 2015)

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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 ..
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Bob Dylan recorded so many classic songs in the 1960s that trying to pick out a single disc's worth as being definitive is a fool's errand at best. Fortunately, "Bob Dylan's Greatest Hits" was follwed by a double disc "Volume 2" that together make for two incredibly strong anthology albums. This album does contain perhaps the most well known songs of Dylan's incredible output from the 60's, though songs like "Mr. Tamborine Man" (The Byrds) and "It Ain't Me Babe" (The Turtles) were chart hits for other ar..
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For an artist of Bob Dylan's stature, greatest hits packages just don't cut the mustard. This overview of Dylan's early 60s work is completely inadequate as a complete representation of his Bobness' work. Every album the guy did during this period was brilliant from beginning to end. Any serious Dylan fan will yearn to hear "Tombstone Blues" after "Like a Rolling Stone," or "Girl From the North Country" after "Blowin' in the Wind." Forget this disc, stop being a cheapskate, and shell out the money for..
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