Blues is a single-disc compilation album by Bob Dylan, released on June 27, 2006 and distributed exclusively by Barnes & Noble. It Takes a Lot to Laugh, It Takes a Train to Cry" (from The Bootleg Series Volumes 1–3). Down in the Flood" (from Greatest Hits Vol. II). "Meet Me in the Morning". Gotta Serve Somebody".
The Bob Dylan Complete Album Collection Vol. One also brings together for the first time, on two "Side Tracks" discs, a wealth of previously released non-album singles, tracks from Biograph and other compilations, songs from films and more. The collection contains 35 studio titles (including the first-ever North American release of 1973's Dylan album on CD), 6 live albums, the 2-CD "Side Tracks," and a hardcover book featuring extensive new album-by-album liner notes penned by Clinton Heylin and a new introduction written by Bill Flanagan. Quite possibly the most enigmatic popular musician of the last 50 years, "The Complete Album Collection Volume One" traces Bob Dylan's often brilliant, often polarizing, occasionally terrible career at every turn, from his very first album in 1962 to his most recent release, 2012's excellent "Tempest.
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When baby-faced Bob Dylan entered the studio in late 1961 to record his debut, no one expected such greatness. The album is packed with spirited, well-executed covers of old blues and folk tunes-including many eyebrow-raisers such as Bukka White’s Fixin’ to Die -which proved Dylan’s immense talent for song interpretation
House Of The Risin' Sun (5:17) 11. Freight Train Blues (2:16) 12. Song To Woody (2:40) 13. See That My Grave Is Kept Clean (2:43). 2. Freewheelin' Bob Dylan (1963). Bob Dylan (A Fool Such As I), Spanish is the Loving Tongue (4:13). 14. Planet Waves (1974). 01. On a Night Like This (2:58) 02.
Although this contains none of the volumes of Dylan's ongoing Bootleg Series - allegedly, those will comprise The Complete Album Collection, Vol. 2 somewhere down the road - there are two additional discs of "Side Tracks," containing non-LP singles, B-sides, and stray songs released over the years.
It was, the historians tell us, a cold midwinter day in New York City, with the temperature close to zero, when Bob Dylan made his way to Columbia Records’ studio A at 799 Seventh Avenue to change history with a song called Subterranean Homesick Blues. At that point, on 14 January 1965, Dylan was known to the world as a folk singer who delivered politically charged songs with a raw, seemingly wayward voice against the strum of his own acoustic guitar, punctuated by shrill bursts from a harmonica held in a neck harness. But the almost simultaneous emergence of the Beatles and the Stones caught his attention, as did the Animals’ arrangement of House of the Rising Sun, inspired by the version on his first album, which topped the US and UK charts in 1964. This was a wave he knew he had to catch. Nobody told me to go electric, he would say a year later. No, I didn’t ask anybody.