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  • Performer: Bob Dylan
  • Album: "Greatest Hits"
  • FLAC: 1805 mb | MP3: 1464 mb
  • Released: 1967
  • Country: US
  • Rating: 4.4/5
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Bob Dylan - "Greatest Hits" album flac


A1 Rainy Day Women #12 & 35 4:40
A2 Blowin' In The Wind 2:51
A3 The Times They Are A-Changin' 3:16
A4 It Ain't Me Babe 3:38
A5 Like A Rolling Stone 6:12
B1 Mr. Tambourine Man 5:31
B2 Subterranean Homesick Blues 2:22
B3 I Want You 3:09
B4 Positively 4th Street 4:12
B5 Just Like A Woman 4:53


Bob Dylan "Greatest Hits" Mono Cover W/Misprint Label Stereo. Matrix XSM 117278-1A/XSM 117277-1A

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
KCL 2663 Bob Dylan Bob Dylan's Greatest Hits ‎(LP, Comp, Mono, San) Columbia KCL 2663 US 1967
CK 9463 Bob Dylan Bob Dylan's Greatest Hits ‎(CD, Comp, RE) Columbia CK 9463 US Unknown
KCL 2663 Bob Dylan Bob Dylan's Greatest Hits ‎(LP, Comp, Mono) Columbia KCL 2663 US 1967
CM-09463 Bob Dylan Bob Dylan's Greatest Hits ‎(MD, Comp) Columbia CM-09463 US 1992
CK 9463, DIBD 050099 Bob Dylan Bob Dylan's Greatest Hits ‎(CD, Comp, Club, RE) CBS, CBS CK 9463, DIBD 050099 US Unknown

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Bob Dylan's Greatest Hits is the first compilation album by American singer-songwriter Bob Dylan, released on March 27, 1967 on Columbia Records, original catalogue number KCS 9463. It contains every Top 40 single Dylan enjoyed through 1967. It peaked at No. 10 on the pop album chart in the United States, and went to No. 3 on the album chart in the United Kingdom. Certified five times platinum by the RIAA, it is his best-selling album in the .

Bob Dylan's Greatest Hits Vol. II. Bob Dylan's Greatest Hits Vol. II, also known as More Bob Dylan Greatest Hits, is the second compilation album by American singer-songwriter Bob Dylan, released on November 17, 1971 by Columbia Records. With Dylan not expected to release any new material for an extended period of time, CBS Records president Clive Davis proposed issuing a double LP compilation of older material

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Album · 1967 · 10 Songs. Released by his label as he recuperated from his notorious motorcycle accident, this best-of set marks the end of the first phase of Bob Dylan’s career, which saw him go from acoustic folk troubadour in 1963 to a rock ’n’ roll star with a loud backing band by 1966. The sociopolitical Blowin’ in the Wind sounds like back-porch folk next to the surrealist Mr. Tambourine Man, and both I Want You and Just Like a Woman show how quickly Dylan grew as an empathetic songwriter capable of giant hooks. Bob Dylan's Greatest Hits Bob Dylan.

BOB DYLAN'S GREATEST HITS ends with material from Dylan's 1966 double album BLONDE ON BLONDE and a single perfectly in step with the sound of HIGHWAY 61 and the double album masterpiece, "Positively 4th Street. BLONDE ON BLONDE created tremors of its own openly embracing the drug culture with the raucous "Rainy Day Women & 35" with its catch phrase, "Everybody must get stoned

Greatest Bob Dylan Albums. The Top Ten. 1 Highway 61 Revisited. Great, classic songs. Ballad of a Thin Man and Desolation Row stand out. The lyrics are brilliant on this one. best. This is not just by far the best Dylan album, but the greatest and most artistic album ever recorded. A truly a masterpiece of a genius. For me, also, the album that started my Dylan phase. That first side of the album with Tangled, Simple Twist, and Idiot Wind was brilliant. The album that started my love of Dylan's music. So many amazing lyrics.

Now the Greatest Hits concept is neither unique nor a crime, and the release of five new songs by one of the most important artists of our time can only be an occasion at which to rejoice, or so it would seem. Why then, upon repeated listenings and much consideration, does the idea seem more bad than good? What is it that finally disappoints about these two fine records? I’m not at all sure I know, but perhaps some form of sympathetic critical schizophrenia - the pro and the con - might be illuminating. Another Side of Bob Dylan was a moving and brilliant transitional album, perhaps the most personal work he’s ever done. He managed at least a draw or a TKO over the Beatles and the Stones with Bringing It All Back Home, Highway 61 Revisited, and Blonde on Blonde. John Wesley Harding was another fine transitional LP.

While the double album does contain several genuine hits - "Lay Lady Lay," "Tonight I'll Be Staying Here with You," the non-LP "Watching the River Flow" - it is largely comprised of album tracks that became classics, either through Dylan's own version or through covers. These include "Don't Think Twice, It's All Right," "All I Really Want to Do," "My Back Pages," "Maggie's Farm," "She Belongs to Me," "If Not for You," and "Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues," among many.