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  • Audio CD (June 1, 2004)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Original recording remastered
  • Label: Sony
  • ASIN: B00026WUA0
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (109 customer reviews)
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This is the best of Bob Dylan's albums.
Jared M. Hernandez
At the very least, I can say that anyone who REALLY listens to this album will feel a little bit different when it is finished.
Ballad In Plain D-another stunning song about love...who tells a story better than Bob?

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48 of 51 people found the following review helpful By tgfmusic on May 23, 2006
Format: Audio CD
I really don't know what Bob Dylan means to this generation of music lovers. I can only say that I came of age at a time when this music was indescribably, absolutely, magnificently, magically "what we wanted to say". No one could speak the truth so eloquently, succinctly, metaphorically, absolutely. To all people. I don't think he or I or anyone could explain so many of his songs. They just touch you so deeply in places that I really couldn't explain even if I tried. They have the same effect as when I heard them at 13; "my existence was led by confusion boats, mutiny from stern to bow". Just listen to "Chimes of Freedom", My Back Pages", and if you're not moved, just find someone who moves you. I really have no idea what makes this music and these words take hold of your soul; I have no desire to talk anyone into anything. Bob Dylan's words and songs soothed me when I was despairing and maybe provided some way of grieving when I hated life and everyone in it and helped me understand some things in life. So many people hated the discrimination and injustice in the country but needed someone to help us put into words our feelings like "The Lonesome Death of Hattie Carroll", "Masters of War", "When the Ship Comes In" and on and on. Dylan was our philosopher and poet whether he liked it or not. Knowingly or not, willingly or not, he led millions and we followed. It has only helped us; exposing the truth is often painful but, in our hearts, we know the truth and it really does set us free. Just put on "Only a Pawn In Their Game"; these themes are universal; they will come up again and again. And his love songs are great. We don't think he was Jesus Christ or anything. We respected his fabulous talent but didn't blindly idolize him; make up your own mind. I don't know any other songwriter I love to listen to more than Bob Dylan.
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29 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Jake on February 7, 2000
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I just have to put in a good word or two for this magnificent piece ofwork. Chimes of Freedom-Can't just listen to it once. It means somuch to people, the best written song on the album.
I Shall Be Free No.10-I don't ever hear anyone talking about this song, but it cracks me up everytime I hear it. We all know he had a sense of humor, political and otherwise. (Motorpsycho Nitemare falls under this category as well)
My Back Pages-Incredible
I Don't Believe You-The song that has affected me the most. It's a good song to listen to you if you've just lost your girlfriend and you want to be looking up on things. At least it helped me.
Ballad In Plain D-another stunning song about love...who tells a story better than Bob? that's what I thought
It Ain't Me Babe-Classic.
That's all i have to say(thank God right?) and I hope some of you find it useful. END
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Mike London on June 15, 2001
Format: Audio CD
This record has a special place in my heart, as this is the very first Dylan album I listened too all the way through. And let me tell you, it has all the prerequisites of a great record to boot!
This release, recorded in an single night session (what a session that must have been!), is the true followup to his phenomenal FREEWHEELIN' release of 1963. Going through 11 compositions, with 5 being covered by other artists to later become big hits, this release shows Dylan far and away from the protest of the lp before this. Indeed, "My Back Pages" points toward his turning away from the protest movement. The opening track, as I read it, is telling the rest of the world Dylan doesn't want to be any spokesman, but just your friend. And "It Ain't Me Babe", besides the literal reading of a person saying he won't be a woman's lover, is much the same message as the opening track, but this time much more direct and confrontational. He ain't the spokesman for the protest movement, so get over it.
The rest of the collection stands out, from the poetic imagery reminiscent of "A Hard Rain's Gonna Fall" dispensed in "Chimes of Freedom", pleasant throwaways ("I Shall Be Free #10", "Motopyscho Nitemare"), and while I found the line about the monkey doing the cat troublesome, but the reference to Hitchcock in "Nitemare" is worth the price of admission.
The rest really stand out, but a particular highlight is "Ballad in Plain D", the story of his breakup with Suze Rotolo (for those of you who are curious, she is the girl pictured with Bob on THE FREEWHEELIN' BOB DYLAN. According to family members, she still gets recognized for this contribution to Dylan's album.
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20 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Grigory's Girl on January 8, 2007
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This is my favorite of Dylan's early folk albums. I really don't like political writings, because as Dylan said in a 1984 interview "politics is the tool of the devil". I understand why he got the hell out of the political movements, and went on to record more poetic, personal, and mysterious stuff. As for the songs here, they're pretty much all brilliant, especially the caustic I Don't Believe You, the hilarious Motorpyscho Nitemare, the epic poetry of Chimes of Freedom, and the beautiful, poignant, precise My Back Pages. I feel like Bob did when he wrote that song. Politics can overwhelm you to the point that's all you think about, and you think you got all the answers. No one has all the answers, including Bob, but he knows that. Beware of those who will tell you they have all the answers, because many will, and none of them, regardless of their ideology, have all the answers. I love Dylan's music. It's almost always universal. It can be listened to at any time. I don't really like the title of this album (it was producer Tom Wilson's idea, and Dylan protested vigorously, saying it was overstating the obvious, something Dylan never does), but the music is superlative.
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Just in case anyone else sees this and wonders - the record is in stereo. They also used to put the mono catalogue number in smaller print.
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