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Bob Dylan - Bringing It All Back Home / Highway 61 Revisited / Blonde On Blonde album flac

  • Performer: Bob Dylan
  • Album: Bringing It All Back Home / Highway 61 Revisited / Blonde On Blonde
  • FLAC: 1928 mb | MP3: 1498 mb
  • Released: 1999
  • Country: Europe
  • Rating: 4.3/5
  • Votes: 496
Bob Dylan - Bringing It All Back Home / Highway 61 Revisited / Blonde On Blonde album flac


Disc 1: Bringing It All Back Home
1-1 Subterranean Homesick Blues
1-2 She Belongs To Me
1-3 Maggie's Farm
1-4 Love Minus Zero
1-5 Outlaw Blues
1-6 On The Road Again
1-7 Bob Dylan's 115th Dream
1-8 Mr. Tambourine Man
1-9 Gates Of Eden
1-10 It's All Right, Ma (I'm Only Bleeding)
1-11 It's All Over Now, Baby Blue
Disc 2: Highway 61 Revisited
2-1 Like A Rolling Stone
2-2 Tombstone Blues
2-3 It Takes A Lot To Laugh, It Takes A Train To Cry
2-4 From A Buick 6
2-5 Ballad Of A Thin Man
2-6 Queen Jane Approximately
2-7 Highway 61 Revisited
2-8 Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues
2-9 Desolation Row
Disc 3: Blonde On Blonde
3-1 Rainy Day Women Nos 12 & 35
3-2 Pledging My Time
3-3 Visions Of Johanna
3-4 One Of Us Must Know (Sooner Or Later)
3-5 I Want You
3-6 Stuck Inside Of Mobile With The Memphis Blues Again
3-7 Leopard-Skin Pill-Box Hat
3-8 Just Like A Woman
3-9 Most Likely You Go Your Way And I'll Go Mine
3-10 Temporary Like Achilles
3-11 Absolutely Sweet Marie
3-12 4th Time Around
3-13 Obviously 5 Believers
3-14 Sad Eyed Lady Of The Lowlands


3 Custom Jewel Cases with Artwork in Paper Slip-Case
Original 1-2-3 CD Box-Set
Bringing It All Back Home (CD 32344) & Highway 61 Revisited (COL 460953 2) are Columbia Releases
Blonde On Blonde (CDCBS 22130) on CBS
All Discs are ’Made in Austria’

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5099749636828
  • Other: CB 673
  • Other: 4963682000
  • Barcode (Disc 1): 5099703234428
  • Barcode (Disc 2): 5099746095321
  • Barcode (Disc 3): 5099702213028
  • Label Code (Disc 1 & 2): LC0162
  • Label Code (Disc 3): LC0149
  • Matrix / Runout (Disc 1): Sony Music S0146541710-0101 51
  • Mastering SID Code (Disc 1): IFPI L551
  • Mould SID Code (Disc 1): IFPI 94K2
  • Matrix / Runout (Disc 2): Sony Music S0146095310-0101 121
  • Mastering SID Code (Disc 2): IFPI L551
  • Mould SID Code (Disc 2): IFPI 94K5
  • Matrix / Runout (Disc 3): Sony Music S3102213010-0101 52
  • Mastering SID Code (Disc 3): IFPI L552
  • Mould SID Code (Disc 3): IFPI 94K2
  • Rights Society: BIEM / STEMRA

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
517847 2 Bob Dylan The Collection – Bringing It All Back Home / Highway 61 Revisited / Blonde On Blonde ‎(3xCD, Album, RE + Box, Comp, Lon) Columbia 517847 2 Europe 2004
88697161502, 512353 2, 512351 2, 512352 2 Bob Dylan X3 - Bringing It All Back Home / Highway 61 Revisited / Blonde On Blonde ‎(3xCD, Album, Comp, RE + Box, Comp) Sony BMG Music Entertainment, Columbia, Columbia, Columbia 88697161502, 512353 2, 512351 2, 512352 2 Europe 2007

Complete your Bob Dylan collection. Highway 61 Revisited. Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues. Desolation Row. Disc 3: Blonde On Blonde. Rainy Day Women Nos 12 & 35. Pledging My Time. One Of Us Must Know (Sooner Or Later). I Want You. Stuck Inside Of Mobile With The Memphis Blues Again.

4 Highway 61 Revisited and Blonde on Blonde. 5 Motorcycle accident and reclusion. Dylan's late March 1965 album Bringing It All Back Home was another leap, featuring his first recordings with electric instruments, under producer Tom Wilson's guidance. The first single, "Subterranean Homesick Blues", owed much to Chuck Berry's "Too Much Monkey Business"; its free association lyrics described as harkening back to the energy of beat poetry and as a. forerunner of rap and hip-hop.

Taking the first, electric side of Bringing It All Back Home to its logical conclusion, Bob Dylan hired a full rock & roll band, featuring guitarist Michael Bloomfield, for Highway 61 Revisited. Opening with the epic "Like a Rolling Stone," Highway 61 Revisited careens through nine songs that range from reflective folk-rock ("Desolation Row") and blues ("It Takes a Lot to Laugh, It Takes a Train to Cry") to flat-out garage rock ("Tombstone Blues," "From a Buick 6," "Highway 61 Revisited"). Throughout the album, he embraces druggy, surreal imagery, which can either have a sense of menace or beauty, and the music reflects that, jumping between soothing melodies to hard, bluesy rock.

Sam Lay – drums (Highway 61 Revisited). Bill Lee – bass guitar (Bringing It All Back Home). Herb Lovelle – drums (The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan). Joseph Macho, Jr. – bass guitar (Bringing It All Back Home). Charlie McCoy – guitar (Highway 61 Revisited); bass guitar, guitar, harmonica, trumpet (Blonde on Blonde); bass guitar (John Wesley Harding). Wayne Moss – guitar, vocals (Blonde on Blonde). Bob Johnston – production (Highway 61 Revisited, Blonde on Blonde, John Wesley Harding). Daniel Kramer – photography (Bringing It All Back Home and Highway 61 Revisited). Jerry Schatzberg – cover photographer (Blonde on Blonde). Tom Wilson – production (The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan, The Times They Are a-Changin', Another Side of Bob Dylan, Bringing It All Back Home, and "Like a Rolling Stone" on Highway 61 Revisited).

Two other albums that were part of this musical revolution are undoubtedly Bob Dylan’s own ‘Highway 61 revisited’ which contains a new level of complexity and also one of the first (if not the first) pop tracks to skip the 10 minute mark, and ‘Blonde on Blonde’ which is the first double album in rock music history. Bring it All Back Home’ was what gave space for all of this to happen, and therefore is easily one of the most influential albums of all time. Bringing It All Back Home Q&A.

Every format has its advantages, but any vinyl freak would be appreciative. The music on these, well, you probably know it well. Two of the really great albums in rock and roll history. Bob writing as only he can. The musicians cooked, especially Mike Bloomfield on guitar. This stuff, to me, is the textbook on what a rock and roll band should sound like. Even when they’re out of tune, it sounds good! Remember, it’s vinyl, and for vinyl freaks. And you can actually read the liner notes without a magnifying glass.

but 'Blonde on Blonde' stands as Dylan's most well-rounded and assured recording. This record completes an epic three record run, "Bringing it all Back Home", "Highway 61 Revisited", and "Blonde on Blonde" are a trifecta unmatched in Rock and Roll history. They were trend setting, catchy, meaningful, and full of some of the most powerful song lyrics ever recorded. Folk went electric with a vengance.

Happy 50th birthday to Highway 61 Revisited, Bob Dylan‘s strangest, funniest, most baffling and most perfect album. Highway 61 is the middle album in the trilogy of Bringing It All Back Home and Blonde on Blonde-from that moment when Dylan flipped for the Beatles, went electric and banged out these three rock & roll albums in the space of 14 manic months, three albums everybody (including Dylan) has been trying to live up to (or just plain imitate) ever since.

Most critics I have read prefer Blonde on Blonde but I prefer Highway 61 Revisited because it is the first Dylan album I bought and it was such a landmark album of the time. In 1965 music was drastically changing and Dylan led the way along with a few groups like the Beatles. This album was a huge influence on that change. The Beatles, The Byrds and numerous other groups experimented with folk rock but this album was the king. Source(s): Mike H Music Man in New Orleans · 9 years ago.