Blonde on Blonde

Bob Dylan - Blonde on Blonde
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Based on 3 reviews
1966 Ratings: #3 / 38
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It's the culmination of Dylan's electric rock & roll period -- he would never release a studio record that rocked this hard, or had such bizarre imagery, ever again.
Rolling Stone

Blonde on Blonde, released just 15 months after Bringing It All Back Home climaxed the amphetamine rush of Dylan´s mid-´60s glory. Wirede, fried, the ghost of electricity howling in the bones of his face, Dylan was caught in the most intense burst of creativity any rock & roller has ever had.

Entertainment Weekly

This and Highway 61 are the jewels in Dylan’s crown.

Bob Dylans double LP 'Blonde on Blonde' is one his best works by far and honestly it's one of the best double disc albums ever made in my opinion. What needs to be said about this that hasn't been said already? The sound of this thing is so vibrant and emotive throughout its duration and Dylan's poetic, humorous and thought provoking lyricism is at it's peak, it's quite hard to find much of a thing to complain about, this is just perfect to me, everything feels like it's in its right place with ... read more
Bob Dylan creates a double album filled with some of the best songs in his entire career, and I have to say, at the moment this may be my favourite release from him.

Blonde On Blonde really doesn't need any introduction at this point. The cover art is easily one of the most iconic of all time, and the album itself is arguably more well known than his far more critically successful Highway 61 Revisited. The chances are that you've either already heard this album or you've at least seen the ... read more
Bob Dylan is actually the best folk artist in rock history. He is also one of the first rock artists to have released a double album with Frank Zappa. This album is called "Blonde On Blonde" and is simply the most ambitious album of Dylan's extraordinary discography. This album is an incredible masterpiece. It would probably be in my list of the 10 most essential rock albums. Dylan is actually my favorite songwriter. It is impossible to love Dylan without loving "Blonde On ... read more
Oh Bob, sometimes I just can't stand you I really can't. Your early material...just hand the man a notebook, if there's no melody and just the occasional blast of atonal harmonica - throw the man a notebook and tell him to stop playing and start writing poetry.

...then you get an album like this and it all makes sense, the reputation, the masterful song writing - I get it.
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Track List

  1. Rainy Day Women #12 & 35
  2. Pledging My Time
  3. Visions of Johanna
  4. One of Us Must Know (Sooner or Later)
  5. I Want You
  6. Stuck Inside of Mobile with the Memphis Blues Again
  7. Leopard-Skin Pill-Box Hat
  8. Just Like a Woman
  9. Most Likely You Go Your Way (And I'll Go Mine)
  10. Temporary Like Achilles
  11. Absolutely Sweet Marie
  12. 4th Time Around
  13. Obviously 5 Believers
  14. Sad Eyed Lady of the Lowlands
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Added on: February 3, 2013