Bob Dylan Albums



  • Together Through Life Album
    Beyond Here Lies Nothin'
    Life Is Hard
    My Wife's Home Town
    If You Ever Go To Houston
    Forgetful Heart
    Jolene
    This Dream Of You
    Shake Shake Mama
    I Feel A Change Comin' On
    It's All Good

  • Tempest Album (9/10/2012)
    Duquesne Whistle
    Soon After Midnight
    Narrow Way
    Long And Wasted Years
    Pay In Blood
    Scarlet Town
    Early Roman Kings
    Tin Angel
    Tempest
    Roll On John

  • Christmas In The Heart Album (10/13/2009)
    Here Comes Santa Claus
    Do You Hear What I Hear?
    Winter Wonderland
    Hark The Herald Angels Sing
    I'll Be Home For Christmas
    Little Drummer Boy
    The Christmas Blues
    O' Come All Ye Faithful (Adeste Fideles)
    Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas
    Must Be Santa
    Silver Bells
    The First Noel
    Christmas Island
    The Christmas Song
    O Little Town Of Bethlehem

  • Modern Times Album (9/1/2006)
    Thunder On The Mountain
    Spirit On The Water
    Rollin' And Tumblin'
    When The Deal Goes Down
    Someday Baby
    Workingman's Blues #2
    Beyond The Horizon
    Nettie Moore
    The Levee's Gonna Break
    Ain't Talkin'

  • Love and Theft Album (9/11/2001)
  • Bob Dylan Live 1961-2000 Album (3/5/2001)
  • Live 1966-Bootleg Series Vol. 4 Album (10/13/1998)
  • Time Out of Mind Album (9/30/1997)
  • World Gone Wrong Album (10/28/1993)
  • Good as I Been to You Album (10/27/1992)
  • Bootleg Series, Vols. 1-3: Rare & Unreleased, 1961-1991 Album (5/26/1991)
  • Under the Red Sky Album (9/11/1990)
  • Oh Mercy Album (9/22/1989)
  • Down in the Groove Album (5/31/1988)
  • Knocked Out Loaded Album (8/8/1986)
  • Highway 61 Revisited Album (8/30/1985)
  • Empire Burlesque Album (6/8/1985)
  • Infidels Album (11/1/1983)
  • Shot of Love Album (8/12/1981)
  • Saved Album (6/20/1980)
  • Slow Train Coming Album (8/20/1979)
  • Street Legal Album (6/15/1978)
  • Desire Album (1/16/1976)
  • The Basement Tapes Album (6/26/1975)
  • Blood on the Tracks Album (1/17/1975)
  • Before the Flood Album (6/20/1974)
  • Planet Waves Album (1/17/1974)
  • Dylan Album (11/16/1973)
  • Pat Garrett & Billy the Kid [Soundtrack] Album (6/13/1973)
  • Bob Dylan's Greatest Hits, Vol. 2 Album (11/17/1971)
  • New Morning Album (10/21/1970)
  • SelfPortrait Album (7/8/1970)
  • Nashville Skyline Album (8/9/1969)
  • John Wesley Harding Album (12/27/1967)
  • Bob Dylan's Greatest Hits Album (3/27/1967)
  • Blonde on Blonde Album (5/16/1966)
  • Bringing All Back Home Album (3/22/1965)
  • Another Side of Bob Dylan Album (8/8/1964)
  • The Times They Are A-Changin' Album (1/13/1964)
  • The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan Album (5/27/1963)
  • Bob Dylan Album (3/19/1962)

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    medium | Reviewer: joe hall
        ------ About the album Together Through Life performed by Bob Dylan

    if this was the only album dylan put out,fantastic! but unfortunatly its not,compared to the couple that came before,not even close,but,as with dylan,his worst is.....lol!!

    bob dylan is and always will be the best | Reviewer: anna
        ------ About the album Blonde on Blonde performed by Bob Dylan

    bob dylan has given a voice to those of us who are unable to express ourselves...thank you, mr dylan - ia am so glad that i
    was born into this world at the same time that you are here
    you dont know what your wonderful use of language has done for
    me in this life


    Wrong Release year | Reviewer: Anonymous
        ------ About the album Highway 61 Revisited performed by Bob Dylan

    This album was released in 1965, not 1985, and shows Dylan transitioning to electric folk rock during a controversial period in his career. Like a Rolling Stone made the top 10 on radio.

    Greatest Folk Album Ever! | Reviewer: Grant
        ------ About the album The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan performed by Bob Dylan

    Bob Dylan is one of the most important figures in music, America, etc. The Freewheelin' album is only his second album, but it is one of his most stunning ones. It's up there with Bringing It All Back Home, Highway 61 Revisited, Blood on the Tracks, The Times They Are A-Changin', Blonde on Blonde, John Wesley Harding, Modern Times, etc. On a personal level, it is my favorite album by him. I am a huge folk music fan ,and I consider this the greatest folk album ever! Though it is no my favorite folk album, personally. You probably already know the critically aclaimed tracks such as : Blowin' in the Wind, Girl from the North Country, A Hard Rain's A-Gonna Fall,and Don't Think Twice It's All Right. The rest of the tracks are just as beautiful! Bob Dylan's Dream, and Bob Dylan's Blues are truely, off the cut great songs of Dylan. Down the Highway is really fun to play on the guitar. I Shall Be Free leaves be laughing harder than the last time. Talkin' World War III Blues is my personal favorite of the album, and maybe by Dylan in general. Every single song on Freewheelin' is pure amazing story telling. These songs truely put an image in your head. It is a highly recomended from my point of view! If you like folk music, and play guitar, buy at set of harmonicas, and learn these songs while you are at it. They are so fun! I give the album a 9.5! If he maybe had something even better than the two covers he did on the album, then I'd give Bobby a perfect score. Not saying those songs are bad though. Get this! It is worth your hard earn cash!

    wow | Reviewer: joe hall
        ------ About the album Modern Times performed by Bob Dylan

    wow,just wow...the first time i listened to this album,i said to myself,wha??...but it is a MASTERPIECE!!...i gotta say,i did that with most of his albums,to me,they GROW on you..thats the best way i can descibe it..

    slipping | Reviewer: joe hall
        ------ About the album Together Through Life performed by Bob Dylan

    i love bob just like the reat of us,and if this album came out before time out,love and theft,modern times,it would be a little better in my eyes,but coming after those three great albums,it seems to me its not up to par...but still a good album..

    epic | Reviewer: Anonymous
        ------ About the album Bringing All Back Home performed by Bob Dylan

    this album blew my mind. i had of course heard songs like subterranean homesick blues and mr. tamborine man, but to the depth of his brillancy i was truely blind. for those who don't own the record, buy it, steal it, download illeagly, whatever you've got to do. it will cleanse your soul.

    I Was Young When I Left Home | Reviewer: Eddie
        ------ About the album Bob Dylan's Greatest Hits performed by Bob Dylan

    Thank you very much for replying. I had forgotten most of the lyrics. The other side of the album had a live version of John Birch Society Blues, but I have that on CD's. No way can I recall the other cuts on that album. Thanks again, and God Bless.

    I was Young When I Left Home | Reviewer: Steve Borrow
        ------ About the album Bob Dylan's Greatest Hits performed by Bob Dylan

    Reviewer Eddie wanted to find the lyrics of this beaut little song from one of Bob's early bootleg LPs. I had a collection of five of Bob's Bootlegs back in the 70s, Eddie, and really loved that ballad, too. From memory, I think it was on the Stealin' Bootleg. There is a version of it on "No Direction Home: The Soundtrack"(Bootleg Series Vol 7). I cannot say whether it is the same version, but would be surprised if it isn't.

    This was performed right in the middle of Bob's Woody Guthrie period, and he has obviously borrowed most of the lyrics from his hero. Note his use of the wind metaphor, which he used in "Blowin in the Wind", to convey the sense of surrendering to the vagaries of fate.

    Here are the lyrics, Eddie:-

    I was young when I left home,
    And I been out a-ramblin' round,
    And I never wrote a letter to my home.
    To my home, Lord, to my home,
    And I never wrote a letter to my home.

    It was just the other day,
    I was bringin' home my pay,
    When I met an old friend I used to know.
    Said: "Your mother's dead and gone
    And your sister's all gone wrong,
    And your daddy needs you home right away"

    Not a shirt on my back
    Not a penny on my name
    But I can’t go home this a-way
    This a-way, Lord, this a-way
    And I can’t go home this a-way.

    If you miss the train I'm on
    Count the days I am gone
    You will hear that whistle blow hundred miles
    Hundred miles, honey baby, Lord, Lord, Lord
    And you'll hear that whistle blow hundred miles.

    When I'm playin' on a track, Ma would come and woop me back,
    On them trussles down by ol' Jim McKay’s.
    When I pay the debt I owe to the commissary store,
    I will pawn my watch and chain and go home.
    Go home, Lord, Lord, Lord,
    I will pawn my watch and chain and go home.

    Used to tell my ma sometimes when I see them ridin' blind,
    Gonna make me a home out in the wind.
    In the wind, Lord, in the wind,
    Make me a home out in the wind.

    I don't like it in the wind,
    I go back home agin,
    But I can’t go home this a-way.
    This a-way, Lord, Lord, Lord
    And I can’t go home this a-way.

    I was young when I left home.
    And I been all a-ramblin' round.
    And I never wrote a letter to my home.
    To my home, Lord, Lord, Lord.
    And I never wrote a letter to my home.

    Bootleg..prior to 1970 | Reviewer: Eddie
        ------ About the album Bob Dylan's Greatest Hits performed by Bob Dylan

    I'm sorry, this is not a review, but a plea for help in finding the lyrics that were on a bootleg album. There was no title obviously, but I found the album in Manhatten Beach, CA in 1970. I lost the album in a tornado that destroyed my mobile home...and my lp collection, including Dylan's albums. Thanks to God, I and my son recovered from our injuries, but I've been looking for this particular song since 1991: "I was young when I left home, Lord I've been out ramblin' round, and I never wrote a letter to my home. It was just the other day, I'd been drinkin' on my pay, when I ran into a friend I used to know. Said your Mother's dead and gone, baby Sister's all gone wrong, and your Daddy needs you home right away. When I pay the debt I owe, at the commissary store, I will pawn my watch and chain and go home." It has been over 18 years since I've listened to that album. Thanks to God, my son and I recovered from our injuries we suffered that day in l99l. My age is 62, and I owned all of Dylan's lp's until that tornado. Can you help me? Thanks for your time.


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