Highway 61 Revisited

Bob Dylan - Highway 61 Revisited
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Based on 4 reviews
1965 Ratings: #7 / 28
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1965 Ratings: #2
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August 30, 1965 / Release Date
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Columbia / Label
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Like a Rolling Stone is pretty much the greatest song of all time plus Bob is cute as fuck
Not my personal favorite Dylan record, and not his best album in general, but Highway 61 Revisited is Dylan pretty much at his peak as a songwriter. He excels to unprecedented new levels on this album, and then takes those levels even higher on "Blonde On Blonde." In my opinion, this is the best record of 1965, and just one of the three masterpieces that Dylan consecutively produced during the span of 1965-1966. The man was the greatest songwriter on the planet at the time and this ... read more
Bob Dylan is one of my favorite singer: his voice is perfect, his lyrics are very very well written and he has the sense of music and melodies. Dylan is really one of the solo artists that really marked me like Miles Davis, David Bowie, Lou Reed ... Dylan is a folk artist and for his 2nd album he decided not to be alone with his guitar but to be accompanied by other instruments. This gave "Highway 61 Revisited", an album that exploded the folk and revolutionized Rock. Indeed, since ... read more
Without a doubt one of the most influential records of all time, making Rolling Stones Top 10 Albums of All Time list is not something that should be taken lightly. Bob Dylan is considered by a lot of people to be the greatest singer/songwriter of all time (only rivaled by the likes of John Lennon and a few others), and this is considered by a lot of people to be his sonic opus. Every song gets its meaning across and stays genuine and true to Dylan's moral and musical philosophies whilst still ... read more
One of Dylan's masterpieces, Highway 61 Revisited is perhaps his most famous album. This record is home to so many great tracks, so many songs that are frankly some of the best songs ever written, and is definitely one that disappoints. This is one of those albums that has gained so much respect and appreciation over the years that before you hear it you may think it's overhyped, but then you actually listen to it and realize that it's just as amazingly written, beautiful and phenomenal as ... read more
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Added on: February 3, 2013