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Sonic Youth 37 07.07.2008 10:14 PM

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Originally Posted by viewtiful_alan
What's your favorite dylan album sy37?


At the moment, I'd have to say Bringing It All Back Home

viewtiful_alan 07.07.2008 10:16 PM

that or Blonde on Blonde is mine.
Favorite under appreciated dylan album: Desire.

Sonic Youth 37 07.07.2008 10:17 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by viewtiful_alan
that or Blonde on Blonde is mine.
Favorite under appreciated dylan album: Desire.


I haven't heard that one yet. I'll have to check it out. Blonde On Blonde would be #2

viewtiful_alan 07.07.2008 10:23 PM

Desire doesn't have the personal mystery lyrics we've come to love, but it has some great story telling and the songs are great.
Deffinitley worth picking up.

And yeah I don't get why people rate highway sixty one above Bringing it all back and Blonde on Blonde. I mean its great, but its not leaps and bounds above those two like some would have youb elieve.

reginald 07.07.2008 10:23 PM

I dig the early Bob Dylan stuff....

I've got this on now...

 

viewtiful_alan 07.07.2008 10:24 PM

Early as in acoustic?
Or early as in first three electric albums?

Sonic Youth 37 07.07.2008 10:25 PM

I might follow up Times...with John Wesley Harding, if I feel like another Dylan

viewtiful_alan 07.07.2008 10:27 PM

John Wesley Harding is great if you want Mellow Dylan.
Its a great album in any case. Under rated also.

Sonic Youth 37 07.07.2008 10:35 PM

Mellow Dylan is the Dylan I'm the mood for.

viewtiful_alan 07.07.2008 10:36 PM

Then that or Blood on the Tracks (but you should already own that) are what you want.

Sonic Youth 37 07.07.2008 10:38 PM

Blood on the Tracks is for another night, John Wesley is the way for more Dylan today.

Dead-Air 07.07.2008 10:38 PM

Shalloboi - "To the Sky"

viewtiful_alan 07.07.2008 10:40 PM

Oh I thought you meant to buy

Sonic Youth 37 07.07.2008 10:41 PM

No, I need to actually buy the proper albums, but I have a lot of his stuff as AAC. I never really listened to Dylan much until about 6 months ago.

viewtiful_alan 07.07.2008 10:43 PM

Yeah he's easy to get heavily into, he has so many albums and phases that he donesn't really get redundant, at least to me

crprte.idnty 07.07.2008 10:51 PM

My Bloody Valentine

ICA London 06-13-2008

reginald 07.07.2008 11:02 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by viewtiful_alan
Early as in acoustic?
Or early as in first three electric albums?


If you're asking me....actually stuff up to and thru Nashville Skyline. I wasn't a big fan of the 70s Rolling Thunder Review period.

So yeah, early acoustic and electric for me.

Everyneurotic 07.07.2008 11:11 PM


 

viewtiful_alan 07.07.2008 11:35 PM

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Originally Posted by reginald
If you're asking me....actually stuff up to and thru Nashville Skyline. I wasn't a big fan of the 70s Rolling Thunder Review period.

So yeah, early acoustic and electric for me.

I value his entire discography.
but no one can argue that that is his best period.
I love the Rolling Thunder stuff also, haha that was his shouting phase (he tends to go through vocal phases).

Sonic Youth 37 07.08.2008 12:05 AM

 


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