The Bootleg Series Vol. 4: The Royal Albert Hall Concert (album) by Bob Dylan
The Bootleg Series Vol. 4: The Royal Albert Hall Concert is an album by Bob Dylan. It is ranked number 942 in the overall greatest album chart with a total rank score of 1,145 from 27 greatest album charts.
In total, there are 52 music albums by Bob Dylan which appear in the greatest album charts and The Bootleg Series Vol. 4: The Royal Albert Hall Concert is NOT ranked as the best. The best album by Bob Dylan is Highway 61 Revisited which is ranked number 17 in the list of all-time albums with a total rank score of 42,818.
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The Bootleg Series Vol. 4: The Royal Albert Hall Concert track list
|1.||She Belongs To Me||80/100 (9 votes)|
|2.||Fourth Time Around||82/100 (12 votes)|
|3.||Visions Of Johanna||81/100 (20 votes)|
|4.||It's All Over Now Baby Blue||83/100 (12 votes)|
|5.||Desolation Row||82/100 (11 votes)|
|6.||Just Like A Woman||82/100 (10 votes)|
|7.||Mr Tambourine Man||82/100 (19 votes)|
|8.||Tell Me Momma||81/100 (9 votes)|
|9.||I Don't Believe You (She Acts Like We Never Met)||80/100 (9 votes)|
|10.||Baby Let Me Follow You Down||81/100 (9 votes)|
|11.||Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues||81/100 (11 votes)|
|12.||Leopard Skin Pill Box Hat||81/100 (15 votes)|
|13.||One Too Many Mornings||81/100 (9 votes)|
|14.||Ballad Of A Thin Man||84/100 (39 votes)|
|15.||Like A Rolling Stone||84/100 (52 votes)|
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@HyperBully: I'm not so sure about that logic. Are documentary films (such as, speaking of Dylan, "Dont Look Back") unable to be classified as art because they depict real life? Are photos of actual events also not able to be classified as art?
Yeah, it was a mistake actually. Most fans mistakenly believed it was recorded at the Royal Albert Hall for years, which is why it is written in quotes on the album cover.
I love the second half of this gig, and I can imagine it was one of The Velvet Underground's main influences. Confused as to why they called it the Royal Albert Hall gig though when it was actually recorded at the Manchester Free Trade Hall... Maybe it was a mistake on the original bootleg?
The only rules for my chart were "no compilations" and "no live albums." I chose to do this because I think it's unfair to put real, live concerts up against a studio creation, which is a work of art. Concerts, on the other hand, are real events - they are "live." By ranking concerts, I am technically ranking life. That being said, this is one event I wish I was alive to be a part of. I would've shut up those idiotic hecklers. On a related note, am I the only one who thought it was really ignorant to call a Jewish person (Dylan) "Judas?" I'm just saying.
Great live album
I absolutely LOVE this album. People talk about the 2nd side as a historic turning point in time, but i love the way he sings in the first half. I own a DVD with him doing this tour on so i have seen his face to! He pronounces every word, and every syllable very strongly. Also, the harp playing is incredible, noticably on Mr. Tambourine Man. Just like a woman is also incredible on this album.
The electric side is also all good. Favourite track has to be Baby let me follow you down (just ahead of like a rolling stone), though.
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