The spontaneous performance, the imaginative poetry and the inspired vision make this a masterpiece.
Tag Archives: Bob Dylan
The Best Albums of the Sixties
If only everybody agreed with me.
Highway 61 Revisited by Bob Dylan
What more could be said about one of the most remarkable achievements in human history?
Southern Blood by Gregg Allman
Gregg Allman displays a control of nuance and demonstrates his ability to get inside a lyric.
Down In The Groove by Bob Dylan
Is Bob Dylan’s worst album better than most artist’s best album?
In My Own Time by Karen Dalton
“Karen Dalton understood the blues better than the folk milieu she was hanging out with”
I’m Not Sorry, I Was Just Being Me by King Hannah
“We want to sound authentic and real”
Together Through Life by Bob Dylan
Bob Dylan follows through from “Modern Times”
Christmas In The Heart by Bob Dylan
The best Christmas album of all time
Time Out Of Mind by Bob Dylan
Disconnection and unhappiness
Bringing It All Back Home by Bob Dylan
What’s real and what is not
The Bootleg Series Volume 3 by Bob Dylan
Bob Dylan’s best songs
Another Self Portrait by Bob Dylan
Bob Dylan re invents himself. Again.
Blonde On Blonde by Bob Dylan
Mona Lisa must have had the highway blues
Rough And Rowdy Ways by Bob Dylan
Do I contradict myself?
Pat Garrett & Billy The Kid by Bob Dylan
Landing on my back
World Gone Wrong by Bob Dylan
The world going wrong in 1964
The Times They Are A-Changing by Bob Dylan
Forgive. Understand. Forget.
Trouble No More by Bob Dylan
Another post about Bob Dylan’s lyrics
Bob Dylan Artist’s Choice (Music That Matters To Him)
Murder Most Foul by Bob Dylan
Evaluating the merits of impressionistic lyrics