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What's  your favorite track?

 

I love so many of his songs, it's hard to pick one. Need some clarity.

 

:lol:

 

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Lay Lady Lay

Hurricane

Tambourine Man

 

And Girl from the North Country with Johnny Cash.

 

 

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3 minutes ago, Jay_Fixit said:

Lay Lady Lay

Hurricane

Tambourine Man

 

 

 

See I'm like:

 

Shelter From the Storm

Don't think twice it's all right

Rainy Day Women

A Hard Rain's A-Gonna Fall

 

And now you've gone and added at least two songs to the list :P

 

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Lily, Rosemary, and the Jack of Hearts.

 

Tangled Up in Blue.

 

Shelter From the Storm.

 

Hell, the entire Blood on the Tracks album is good.

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Simple Twist of Fate

tombstone blues

 

for songs not yet mentioned

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Girl from North Country

Don't Think Twice It's Alright

Quinn the Eskimo (Mighty Quinn )

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Anything off Self Portrait, but to pick one, his cover of The Boxer

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Visions of Johanna is pretty solid, I think I'm gonna go listen to that now.

 

I can't pick one favorite though. I'd have to list like 20

 

Tom Thumb blues

She belongs to me

Hurricane 

 

Isis is incredible

 

Lots more...

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3 hours ago, joesixpack said:

What's  your favorite track?

 

I love so many of his songs, it's hard to pick one. Need some clarity.

 

:lol:

 

"Neighborhood Bully" from Infidels. (Can't find the album version.)

 

 

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You might as well ask what my favorite *,,*job was lol. Such an incredible catalog. I'll say this, next time you go through a break up, Blood On The Tracks just might keep you sane. 

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Desolation Row

Masters of War

Don't Worry Ma I am Only Bleeding

Hurricane

Tangled Up in Blue

Stuck Inside a Mobile

A Hard Rain is Gonna Fall

That is a great start.  Don't Worry Ma is the greatest poetry in the history of rock and roll IMO

 

 

and my recomendation for learning Dylan- start with his first album, and listen sequentially.  His first few he was a folk singer.  Much of his fanbase was outraged when he plugged in.  And then he moved in with The Band and made music.  Then he tracked down a violin player he saw in Greenwich Village, pulling up to her in traffic, and hiring her on the spot.  She played the beautiful violin on Hurricane

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I wish I had got him to him more at an earlier age.  When the Lake came along like 15 years ago and played him a lot I realized how great he was.

 

Hurricane

Positively 4th Street

My Back Pages

and many more!

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I love a lot of his songs as long as they are covered by someone who can sing 

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2 hours ago, Chef Jim said:

I love a lot of his songs as long as they are covered by someone who can sign. 

You mean performed for the hearing impaired?

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1 hour ago, Gray Beard said:

You mean performed for the hearing impaired?

 

D’oh!!

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From a Buick 6

 

"She walks like Bo Diddly and she don't need no crutch. She's my junkyard angel and she always keeps me fed. And if I fall down dyin, she's bound to put a blanket on my bed."

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On 9/13/2018 at 11:21 PM, PromoTheRobot said:

"Neighborhood Bully" from Infidels. (Can't find the album version.)

 

 

 

Bob has protected his recorded product more diligently than most

 

 

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19 hours ago, Chef Jim said:

I love a lot of his songs as long as they are covered by someone who can sing 

 

Quoted for truth.

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Bob’s a different cat, changed every year, willfully tried to disappear and a lot of his music is unlistenable if one is honest

 

 

If their are real fans around, my Self Portrait comment gets a laugh.....

 

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