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Bob Dylan - Bob Dylan album art Bob Dylan Bob Dylan (Album, MiniAlbum, Single, Comp) Columbia US 1962 Sell This Version
Bob Dylan - The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan album art Bob Dylan The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan (Album) Columbia UK 1963 Sell This Version
Bob Dylan - Another Side Of Bob Dylan album art Bob Dylan Another Side Of Bob Dylan (Album) Columbia UK 1964 Sell This Version
Bob Dylan - The Times They Are A-Changin' album art Bob Dylan The Times They Are A-Changin' (Album) Columbia Canada 1964 Sell This Version
Bob Dylan - Highway 61 Revisited album art Bob Dylan Highway 61 Revisited (Album) Columbia Canada 1965 Sell This Version
Bob Dylan - Bringing It All Back Home album art Bob Dylan Bringing It All Back Home (Album) Columbia UK 1965 Sell This Version
Bob Dylan - Blonde On Blonde album art Bob Dylan Blonde On Blonde (Album) Columbia US 1966 Sell This Version
Bob Dylan - John Wesley Harding album art Bob Dylan John Wesley Harding (Album) Columbia US 1967 Sell This Version
Bob Dylan - Nashville Skyline album art Bob Dylan Nashville Skyline (Album) Columbia UK 1969 Sell This Version
Bob Dylan - New Morning album art Bob Dylan New Morning (Album) Columbia UK 1970 Sell This Version
Bob Dylan - Self Portrait album art Bob Dylan Self Portrait (Album) Columbia South Africa 1970 Sell This Version
Bob Dylan - Dylan album art Bob Dylan Dylan (Album) Columbia Europe 1973 Sell This Version
Bob Dylan - Pat Garrett & Billy The Kid - Original Soundtrack Recording album art Bob Dylan Pat Garrett & Billy The Kid - Original Soundtrack Recording (Album) Columbia Netherlands 1973 Sell This Version
Bob Dylan - Before The Flood album art Bob Dylan / The Band Bob Dylan / The Band - Before The Flood (Album, MiniAlbum) Asylum Records, Asylum Records Canada 1974 Sell This Version
Bob Dylan - Planet Waves album art Bob Dylan Planet Waves (Album) Asylum Records Mexico 1974 Sell This Version
Bob Dylan - The Basement Tapes album art Bob Dylan & The Band Bob Dylan & The Band - The Basement Tapes (Album, Comp) Columbia UK 1975 Sell This Version
Bob Dylan - Blood On The Tracks album art Bob Dylan Blood On The Tracks (Album) Columbia US 1974 Sell This Version
Bob Dylan - Desire album art Bob Dylan Desire (Album) Columbia US 1975 Sell This Version
Bob Dylan - Hard Rain album art Bob Dylan Hard Rain (Album) Columbia US 1976 Sell This Version
FB 5322, #12 Bob Dylan - The Historic Confrontation album art Bob Dylan Vs A.J. Weberman Bob Dylan Vs A.J. Weberman - The Historic Confrontation(LP) Folkways Records, Broadside Records FB 5322, #12 US 1977 Sell This Version
Bob Dylan - Bob Dylan At Budokan album art Bob Dylan Bob Dylan At Budokan (Album) CBS/Sony Japan 1978 Sell This Version
Bob Dylan - Street-Legal album art Bob Dylan Street-Legal (Album) Columbia, Columbia US 1978 Sell This Version
Bob Dylan - Slow Train Coming album art Bob Dylan Slow Train Coming (Album) Columbia US 1979 Sell This Version
Bob Dylan - Saved album art Bob Dylan Saved (Album) Columbia Italy 1980 Sell This Version
Bob Dylan - Shot Of Love album art Bob Dylan Shot Of Love (Album) Columbia Canada 1981 Sell This Version

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genehennigh

genehennigh

December 1, 2018
10 releases since "Tempest." That probably will be his last album of new songs.
davjo415

davjo415

November 4, 2018
Added Bob Dylan Blowin in the wind, a japanese compilation:

https://www.discogs.com/Bob-Dylan-Blowin-In-The-Wind/release/12755488
Colour-Question

Colour-Question

September 8, 2018
Why did the Self-Portrait 2lp got voted by poll for Dylan`s worst album at that time when it was the best impression on him? I guess they pulled it to pieces for it`s conceptional work - not being a "Hit Album" and the featured country musicians which were outdated in 1970. Just another example how hard critics can fail.
poneromusikologist

poneromusikologist

August 22, 2018
zimmerman is a trustafarian intelligence asset, note the duper's delight on his face on the first album cover in his be-a-communist hat. Leonard Cohen most likely wrote the lyrics at first which is why they're good, yet no one notices that they are surreptitiously pro-government. Zimmerman's late-period adoption of an insufferable vibrato vocal style is his way of lampooning the past-the-sell-by date of his assignment since the anti-war movement and msuical art at large, has already been eviscerated and emasculated and real artists are virtually voiceless while an army of mind comtrolled ass kissers fomenting manufactured production are lauded as rebels.
Metalluthier

Metalluthier

March 18, 2018
Bob Dylan is overrated try-hard garbage poetry trying really hard to be edgy. It’s garbage. You have to convince yourself it’s not garbage.
robert.huffman.311

robert.huffman.311

November 1, 2017
I don't see the 1962 self titled debut studio album. Seems odd. I was actually looking to buy one because I no longer have it.
hammer.malcolm

hammer.malcolm

October 13, 2016
America made great (13/10/2016 first Nobel prize given to a musician)
wesmknight

wesmknight

February 24, 2016
Amen! THANK YOU!!! true INSIGHT AND WISDOM! i'M GONNA COPY THIS.
CD3003

CD3003

September 20, 2014
Yes, of course, DYLAN can't sing. And Einstein couldn't think and Shakespeare couldn't
speak English and The Simpsons aren't funny.
EB2013

EB2013

April 25, 2014
A lot of listeners never liked Dylan's voice, I guess because it was so different from anything else they were used to hearing from someone capable of such songwriting brilliance, and popularity, and influence? It was polarizing as I remember, but it's worth noting how annoyed Donovan Leitch has been over the years for being accused for imitating Dylan's sound as early as "Catch the Wind" (1965) though he claimed that he didn't hear Dylan at all until after he'd recorded his first handful of tracks for Pye (believe it or not). But...does anyone remember or has ever read how a (admittedly great) Donovan recording as "Season of the Witch" (IMO probably his finest single achievement) has Dylan's singing style of the time (stretching words and syllables, and singing loudly and archly to make sure the message sank in) all over it, it's so obvious? I think what Dylan did was be his own man (while borrowing as needed) and with support from Columbia records, his manager, and others, found his way to greatness. Yet if his voice sucked so much, why did "Lay Lady Lay" or "Knockin' on Heaven's Door" become hits beyond the fine songwriting and arrangements? Well...maybe that voice was 'just right' and perfect after all? He used his limitations to his advantage as necessary, almost innately, and his remarkable songwriting abilities forced listeners to accept him as he was. There has always been a greatness in that, too.

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