Tangled Up In Blue

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  1. Hedley Says:

    Blood on the Tracks is my favorite Bob album. Of course I could throw in 4 or 5 more candidates or is that 9 or 10 ?

    • katry Says:

      My Dear Hedley,
      I’d be hard pressed to choose my favorite album. One of the lesser albums, John Wesley Harding, is one seldom mentioned, but it is among my favorites.

  2. im6 Says:

    You might find the list at the link (below) of interest. It’s one site’s ranking of Dylan albums from worst to best. It pretty much confirms my belief that Mr. Z *should* have quit recording around the time of the Bicentennial and been forbidden to ever again enter any recording studio after the Millennium. Of course, with what seems like a never-ending supply of demos, outtakes and other “rarities” (just because it’s rare doesn’t mean it’s good, Bobby), we’d still be inundated with more than enough “new” Dylan music to last a lifetime. It’s hard to choose a favorite, but for me it’s probably between “Highway 61 Revisited” and “Bringing It All Back Home.” I must confess a fondness for “John Wesley Harding” as well. Even if it’s over a career of 50+ years, five or six really excellent albums is quite an achievement and one rarely duplicated.

    http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2016/05/24/the-definitive-ranking-of-bob-dylan-studio-albums-from-worst-to-best.html

    • Hedley Says:

      Im6, Time out of Mind, was brill….a game changer

    • katry Says:

      im6,
      That was a great link. I didn’t realize there are so many Dylan albums I don’t know. Most of them are double digits on the list so I don’t feel as if I am missing the best of. There were a couple of songs from those albums which were mentioned and tempted me to find then download them.

      John Wesley Harding did make the list with a single digit at number 6 so we aren’t the only people who have a fondness for that album. I don’t know many people other who know that album too well.

  3. J Says:

    I’ve always liked this song. There’s a Youtube video from the 70’s Rolling Thunder Review tour…changes in pronouns ( I to him) and a few other words…If the close up of Dylan in whiteface bothers you, just minimize it and listen… Search youtube for: “Tangled Up In Blue” Rolling Thunder

    • katry Says:

      Thanks, J

      I was just a bit self-serving with my Dylan choices for his birthday. I too have always liked this song.

      Thanks for the youTube tip. I will go by and listen.


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