Bob Dylan - Highway 61 Revisited (MFSL 2LP 180g 45rpm)

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MFSL 2-422
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0.40 KGS
2 x Vinyl LP
MFSL 2-422
Mobile Fidelity

Product Overview

To want to communicate to the world's "best song ever" is doomed to failure as projects safely. But the fact is that Bob Dylan wrote with Like A Rolling Stone one of the most influential pop songs. Artists such as Jimi Hendrix, Green Day, Cher, Michael Bolton, David Bowie and of course the Rolling Stones did cover him, a music journalist devoted a whole book entitled. The six-minute anthem about a young woman from a good family with resentment against the homeless, the lands themselves on the road at the end, not turned on by their length, but also with their concerns and their wickedness all previously valid rules for radio-compatible songs in question.

With Highway 61 Revisited Dylan's transformation from folk to rock musician is considered completed. As the eponymous highway between North Minnesota to the Mississippi Delta combines the 19.0065 album produced Folk (Desolation Row), Blues (It Takes a Lot to Laugh, It Takes a Train to Cry) and rock (Tombstone Blues, From a Buick 6, Highway 61 Revisited). Highway 61 Revisited is the proof that rock 'n roll does not have to be academic and harmless to made to be poetic and complex. The remastering of the double-45s vinyl album for Mobile Fidelity took over war Wunderlich. It appears in gatefold sleeve with consecutive serial number in limited edition.


Side One

1. Like a Rolling Stone

2. Tombstone Blues

Side Two

3. It Takes a Lot to Laugh, It Takes a Train to Cry

4. From a Buick 6

5. Ballad of a Thin Man

Side Three

6. Queen Jane Approximately

7. Highway 61 Revisited

8. Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues

Side Four

9. Desolation Row


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