#1
My sis moved away last year and she left a bunch of cds in what is now my room. One of them was Blondey and Im really diggin that. What else is good by Bob.
#2
get the no direction home album
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#3
basically evvvverything is good about bob, get his discography if you can, but if you can't get some of his greatest hits cds.
#4
Yeah, his greatest hits covers it pretty well. His whole career is amazing...even when he is old and cant sing...
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#5
Listen to the song "Shelter from the storm".
and all the stuff he did on the Last Waltz.
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#6
Tangled up in Blue is alright. And I like everything. But I really dig most of his more popular stuff. Knockin on heavens door. Watchtower. Like A Rolling Stone, Hurricane etc.
#7
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Listen to the song "Shelter from the storm".
and all the stuff he did on the Last Waltz.


Last Waltz was awesome stuff.
#8
in this order:

1. Highway 61 Revisited
2. Bringing it All Back Home
3. Blonde on Blonde
4. The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan
5. Blood on the Tracks

that should keep you busy for a while.
#9
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in this order:

1. Highway 61 Revisited
2. Bringing it All Back Home
3. Blonde on Blonde
4. The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan
5. Blood on the Tracks

that should keep you busy for a while.


Perfect. Also get Bob Dylan Live At The Royal Albert Hall.
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#10
Essential Dylan 1 and 2- I think it's discontinued, not sure though. Missing a few classics, such as Masters of war, It's alright ma, A hard rains a gonna fall, and a few others. But it's still a great intro, what got me into him.
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Quote by I Play Guitar!
in this order:

1. Highway 61 Revisited
2. Bringing it All Back Home
3. Blonde on Blonde
4. The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan
5. Blood on the Tracks

that should keep you busy for a while.


Exactly!
also check out:
Desire
Planet Waves
John Wesley Harding
Time Out Of Mind
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in this order:

1. Highway 61 Revisited
2. Bringing it All Back Home
3. Blonde on Blonde
4. The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan
5. Blood on the Tracks

that should keep you busy for a while.



Yep!
I really like the Live at Budokan live album too, interesting takes on the songs. I really love that album. And yes, The Last Waltz is/was amazing.

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#15
Highway 61 Revisited is the best IMO, but everything is good by him.

I'm listening to John Wesley Harding right now, and that's pretty good to.

But basically, all his CDs are good. You can't go wrong, whichever one you buy.
#16
Quote by I Play Guitar!
in this order:

1. Highway 61 Revisited
2. Bringing it All Back Home
3. Blonde on Blonde
4. The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan
5. Blood on the Tracks

that should keep you busy for a while.


to that i'd like to add

6. Bob Dylan (debut album)
7. The times they are a changin (UK version)
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#17
Anyone seen No Direction Home the DVD? I hear its pretty good.
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Quote by I Play Guitar!
in this order:

1. Highway 61 Revisited
2. Bringing it All Back Home
3. Blonde on Blonde
4. The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan
5. Blood on the Tracks

that should keep you busy for a while.

Thats basically what I was thinking.

Get his bootleg collection and check out his new album. Rolling Stone Magazine gave it 4/4 stars.
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#19
Definitely get the Live in 1966 Royal Albert Hall album (I think it's bootleg collection number 4). That was the second one I got, after Highway 61 Revisited.
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#20
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Anyone seen No Direction Home the DVD? I hear its pretty good.


It's amazing. It's my favorite DVD I own.
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#21
Highway 61 revisited.
Flat out, best Dylan record ever.
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#22
Everybody above is correct, but having just bought Modern Times, my list goes as follows...

1. Modern Times
2. Oh Mercy
3. Planet Waves
4. Self Portrait
5. Before The Flood

But I really want to work, Love & Theft, Freewheelin', Blonde on Blonde, Highway 61 Revisited and John Wesley Harding into that list too, not to mention the Basement Tapes!

Just shut your eyes and buy whatever Dylan albums you touch first! You really can't go wrong... much... You might wanna leave Under The Red Sky until you like Dylan so much you can't be put off by anything he does though... :-)
#23
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Highway 61 revisited.
Flat out, best Dylan record ever.


I'm inclined to agree with you, if we're talking about vinyls. Though right now, I'm still wrapped up in Modern Times!
#24
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Tangled up in Blue is alright. And I like everything. But I really dig most of his more popular stuff. Knockin on heavens door. Watchtower. Like A Rolling Stone, Hurricane etc.


What he said. ^^^^

Also check out "Stuck Inside of Mobile With The Memphis Blues Again." "Tambourine Man", "Blowin' In The Wind", and "The Times Are A Changin" are some grrrrrreat Dylan songs.

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