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As a long time Dylan fan I have all the cds already - but this is such a nice compact way to keep everything together, it was worth buying.
The recent Yes box set is devoid of any book/booklet on the albums, yet the original Rhino remasters each contained booklets with notes and lyrics, etc.
I'm looking forward to hearing the new Bob Dylan album coming up next month. this box set feels really durable and that it will last for years to come.
I bought this Bob Dylan box set when it was first released. I found the packaging to be better than the Johnny Cash box set because it didn't feel so flimsy. Read morePublished 23 days ago by Jake D. Burrows
This review is only about the box and inserts. Everything in it is made with terrible quality. Cheap paper, bad impression, the CDs are packaged in plastic bags shoddy providing... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Marcio De Paiva Delgado
this item was purchased as a gift and the person has listened to the whole set and will continue to listen for many years to come. An excellent productPublished 7 months ago by gene evans
I purchase my copy of this at PopMarket.com(Sony/BMG clearing house) this year,2014, where it is still available for $190. Besides the almost $70. Read morePublished 8 months ago by jukeboxexpress
I purchased when there was reported issues with one of the CD's, but had no issues importing all the CD's. It was well packed, so no damage to the box. Read morePublished 10 months ago by T. A. Ernst
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|Is everyone excited about this release?||
I looked at the list on http://www.bobdylanisis.com/con
Sep 18, 2013 by Chris | See all 318 posts
|will these be SACDs or regular cds?||
Regular CD's. Sony itself no longer supports SACD, though they do license out recordings(stereo-only) for SACD release by audiophile release by labels such as Audio Fidelity & Mobile Fidelity.
Sep 19, 2013 by Philip A.Cohen | See all 9 posts
|Where did the USB version go?||
Ipods can handle the 24-bit/44.1kHz files as long as they are in the Apple Lossless or WAV format. If you want to go the free route, you can download the free FLAC decoding software and convert the files from FLAC to WAV. You can then import these WAV files into iTunes and convert them to Apple... Read More
Oct 22, 2013 by T. Schmidt | See all 32 posts
|How Many Times?||
Infidels is emphatically not a clunker. It also had Dylan transitioning to more modern recording techniques -- it was recorded with Mark Knopfler. (He also played on it, with Mick Taylor. Sly and Robbie were the rhythm section.) The Wikipedia entry gets into this.So maybe whoever was running the... Read More
Sep 26, 2013 by Dan F | See all 183 posts
|Why Vol 1? What is left for Volume 2?||
He's not dead yet! May he keep performing and recording for another 50 years. :)
Nov 30, 2013 by Rick L. | See all 3 posts
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