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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Dylan is my favourite composer. 2 octobre 2016
Par Soren Valdemar Skak - Publié sur
Format: CD Achat vérifié
I have been a fan of Dylan since I Bought my first album "Blonde on Blonde" in 1965. I am 71 and still loves his music, as well as his wonderful texts, varying from straightforward, to some ironic and screwd text. However it was first and foremost his ability to - every now and then - deliver very melodious music with a "new sound", often caused by a new ways of exploiting instruments. Nevertheless - I dont consider all his work as worth to listen to. He definitively was most creative in his younger years. Conclusion Dylan is my top favourite composer and musician over many years, and he is supposed to stay so to my death.
I have over the years become more keen to listen to classical music. But I am only fond of the more melodious passages of classical orchestral works, I still perceive long passages of classical music as boring.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Only the Beginning 17 février 2013
Par Socrates Stewart - Publié sur
Format: CD Achat vérifié
BOB DYLAN'S GREATEST HITS released in 1967 captures Bob Dylan's transformation from a guitar strumming folk song composer to a rock legend spanning the time period of his first seven albums. While the material here provides only a tasteful sample of his work, the listener is treated to that which showed his power as a songwriter then his unique voice as one of the greatest "classic rock" performers of all time.

"Blowin' in the Wind" had become an anthem of the folk movement -- a stirring theme for civil rights and peace rallies across the land having been the song that propelled Peter, Paul and Mary as the troubadours of social consciousness. The trio would frequently mine Dylan's songbook for material. By the time this recording was issued, even an emerging Stevie Wonder recorded his own stirring cover of the song.

"The Times They Are a Changin'" is another protest anthem, another landmark protest song. Addressing world conditions and the generational conflict, Dylan's songwriting influence had become immense.

To the shock of his base but to the delight of a larger listening audience anxious for fresh sounds particularly as the Beatles took over the airwaves, Bob Dylan's transformation to rock superstar after shocking audiences showing up for the old folk tradition with electric guitars, bass, and drums.

At first, Bob Dylan's importance would be spread via other artists while his new sound was evolving from a hint to an explosion over the span of three albums from ANOTHER SIDE OF BOB DYLAN through BRINGING IT ALL BACK HOME and finally in full bloom on HIGHWAY 61.

"It Ain't Me Babe" became both a country and pop hit for Johnny Cash whose association with Dylan would serve to broaden both artists appeal to broader audiences.

In 1965 as the Beatles reigned, a new west coast band with members borne of the folk scene influenced by the Beatles particularly their vocal harmonies and George Harrison's 12 string lead guitar on HARD DAY'S NIGHT exploded on the pop scene with a new kind of Bob Dylan song inventing a new sub-genre of music they and Bob Dylan would lead. The band was the Byrds, the song, "Mr. Tambourine Man," with its trippy proto-psychedelic lyrics. The song vaulted to the top of the charts during a time span when the Beatles ruled with "Help" and the Rolling Stones staked their turf with "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction." Bob Dylan was blazing new territory of his own finally breaking through on Top 40 radio breaking one of its most sacred rules issuing a song far in excess of the usual three minute pop single. "Like A Rolling Stone" established Bob Dylan as a hugely popular performer in his own right setting the stage for many new exciting artists soon to emerge from the folk-rock sound -- joining the Byrds, Simon and Garfunkel and the Buffalo Springfield helped redefine pop music as the Beatles themselves absorbed Dylan's influence consciously showing his influence on songs like "You've Got to Hide Your Love Away" and then releasing an entire album of blended acoustic and electric guitar folk influenced songs, RUBBER SOUL.

BOB DYLAN'S GREATEST HITS ends with material from Dylan's 1966 double album BLONDE ON BLONDE and a single perfectly in step with the sound of HIGHWAY 61 and the double album masterpiece, "Positively 4th Street." BLONDE ON BLONDE created tremors of its own openly embracing the drug culture with the raucous "Rainy Day Women #12 & 35" with its catch phrase, "Everybody must get stoned." Also present were songs that helped define Dylan's rock star posture while paving the way for a fresh approach to pop song writing going far beyond innocent love songs with "I Want You" and "Just Like a Woman."

In hindsight, despite spanning seven albums, BOB DYLAN'S GREATEST HITS provides little more than a snapshot of a most prolific career but that snapshot is of one of the true titans of 20th century music with the material that made him famous. Obviously, listeners who enjoy Bob Dylan will certainly want to pursue the individual albums themselves and there are more comprehensive anthologies available. Nevertheless, here's a recording that provides a concise answer on what made Bob Dylan so important.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A great early collection 25 mai 2014
Par Hellenback - Publié sur
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Sony has been accused of cashing in on Dylan with this "hits album" while he was convalescing from his motorcycle accident. While that may be true, I wore this album out several times over the years until it was released on CD.

I own everything Dylan has released and still enjoy this new remastered Gold edition for it's incredible sound quality. Hoffman nailed the remastering and although this is not a SACD it sounds better than many SACDs I own. It's hard to believe these songs could be presented with better sound quality than they are on this remastered AF Gold edition.

If only other people/companies would take the care that has been taken here to exploit the full potential of the Compact Disc's redbook (44.1/16) format. If they had done so, there might not be the crisis in CD sales that exists today as they would be perceived by many to hold a higher value.
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Nice compilation of Dylan's hits with accompanying lyrics 28 octobre 2016
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A very nice compilation of Dylan's hits, made even better because the lyrics are made visible to accompany the music. I wish that the album had included "Lay lady, lay" which was surely one of Dylan's greatest hits, but the songs included are all excellent.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Dylan Then & His Music That Made Him Who He Was 15 mars 2015
Par Kandy Langford - Publié sur
Format: Cassette Achat vérifié
Dylan's music that made him "the unwashed phanomina/the original vagabond" before he burst on the scene (per Joan Baez). Funny how "Now you don't talk so Loud/Now you don't act so proud about having to be scrounging your last Meal"...rings truer to me now than back in 1965 when I 1st heard it... The part about "You better take a diamond ring & you better pawn it babe" sure did ring true.
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