Highway 61 Revisited (2010 Mono Version)
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||Like a Rolling Stone (2010 Mono Version)||Bob Dylan||5:58||0,69 €||View in iTunes|
||Tombstone Blues (2010 Mono Version)||Bob Dylan||5:51||0,69 €||View in iTunes|
||It Takes a Lot to Laugh, It Takes a Train to Cry (2010 Mono Version)||Bob Dylan||3:25||0,69 €||View in iTunes|
||From a Buick 6 (2010 Mono Version)||Bob Dylan||3:06||0,69 €||View in iTunes|
||Ballad of a Thin Man (2010 Mono Version)||Bob Dylan||5:49||0,69 €||View in iTunes|
||Queen Jane Approximately (2010 Mono Version)||Bob Dylan||4:56||0,69 €||View in iTunes|
||Highway '61 Revisited (2010 Mono Version)||Bob Dylan||3:14||0,69 €||View in iTunes|
||Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues (2010 Mono Version)||Bob Dylan||5:07||0,69 €||View in iTunes|
||Desolation Row (2010 Mono Version)||Bob Dylan||11:17||Album Only||View in iTunes|
This album is electric in every sense, a nervy jangle that finds a taunting Bob Dylan fronting a full-fledged rock band and shedding his folkie past. The title tune, “From a Buick 6” and “Tombstone Blues” have more to do with garage-y American proto-punk than Help! or Rubber Soul, The Beatles’ releases that frame this album’s era. There may be nods to the blues (“It Takes a Lot to Laugh”) and his recent folk history (“Desolation Row”), but Dylan’s language intoxicates; it’s poetic, brilliantly snotty and sometimes inscrutable.
Born: 24 May 1941 in Duluth, MN
Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s