Bob Dylan

Bob Dylan's debut album only included two original Dylan compositions. A shorter version of "House of the Rising Sun" was overdubbed in 1964 by Tom…

Released in 1962

Blonde On Blonde

Recorded at Columbia Recording Studios, Nashville, Tennessee / Cover photo: Jerry Schatzberg / / Dylan on the peak of his "classic period". Another…

Released in 1966

Time Out Of Mind

Dylan's second collaboration with Daniel Lanois resulted in his greatest album of the 1990s and earned him two Grammy Awards. Cult Tracks: "Love…

Released in 1997

The Bootleg Series Vol. 13: Trouble No More (1979-1981)

The regular album includes 30 highlights from the 1979, 1980 and 1981 tours, covering Bob Dylan's Gospel era and the album trilogy "Slow Train…

Released in 2017

Side Tracks

This rarities compilation is part of the massive box set, "The Complete Bob Dylan, Vol. One" - a collection of all regular Bob Dylan live and studio…

Released in 2013

Before The Flood

Recorded by Rob Fraboni & Phil Ramone / Mixed by Rob Fraboni & Nat Jeffrey / / A compilation of live performances from the 1974 American "comeback tour"…

Released in 1974

Saved

The second Wexler/Beckett-produced "religious" album by Dylan. Even though there are no classic tracks on this one, there are still a few nice…

Released in 1980

Tempest

Engineered by Scott Litt / Recorded and mixed by Scott Lilt and Dana Nielsen / Package Design: Coco…

Released in 2012

Slow Train Coming

Dylan's first effort since becoming a born-again Christian. First Grammy Award for "Gotta Serve Somebody". The album was listed at #16 in the 2001…

Released in 1979

Hard Rain

A live album full of powerful newly arranged songs. There was actually a hard rain coming down during this 1976 concert. At the end of the performance…

Released in 1976

New Morning

Dylan's life was in balance again after his motorcycle accident. Being a relaxed family man (at least for some time) resulted in this "comeback"…

Released in 1970

World Gone Wrong

"Good As I Been To You, Part 2". 10 more Folk and Blues traditionals, performed with acoustic guitar only. "Stack A Lee" (Frank Hutchinson) dates back…

Released in 1994
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