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Highway 61 Revisited (album) by Bob Dylan 

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Highway 61 Revisited
Highway 61 Revisited by Bob Dylan (1965)
Overall rank: 20th   Overall chart history
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89/100 (from 1,814 votes)
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Accolades: Best album of 1965 (1st)
Top 10 albums of the 1960s (7th)
Top 20 albums of all time (20th)

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Highway 61 Revisited is ranked as the best album by Bob Dylan.

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From Tamthebam 02/03/2017 15:02
The best Bob Dylan album not a bad track here. It hasn't aged that much either some of the songs are classics Like A Rolling Stone, Tomb Stone Blues & Ballad Of a Thin Man being examples. This is the album Dylan first went electric with and it was a big departure at the time and didn't please all his fans but over the years he has been proven right it was the right way to proceed, the final track Desolation Row is acoustic. The album has so many good tracks it is hard to single out any but my personal favourites are Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues & Tomb Stone Blues.
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From Lgk21 01/22/2017 02:21
My personal favorite Dylan record. There is a sound to it so distinctive and so perfect. And as with any Dylan, the lyrics are top notch.
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From arthurbittencourt 01/18/2017 22:07
Dylan ran his own genre here, filled with the maximum sophistication a rock artist could ever reach, it really differs from everything soundwise lyrically and even in the way he sings the guy is the real deal the definetive rock n roll star
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From Daydreamer 01/18/2017 17:59
A perfect Dylan album, has everything you could ever want in a album. Iconic opener, sureal beautiful closer and great tracks in between.
From a Buick 6 and the tittle track are the only 2 slightly weaker songs, the rest is all top quality stuff from Dylan. Tied with Blood On The Tracks for best Dylan record.
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From hereforashortime 01/16/2017 16:30
Dylan at his best, and who doesn't love like a rolling stone
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From slurpdurp 12/28/2016 00:37
The Sun's not yellow - it's chicken!

On Highway 61 Revisited, Bob Dylan took a huge risk by adding electric guitars and a full band to the mix. Despite being booed after an electric performance, he still went on to record this album with a full band. That takes a lot of guts and is a very high risk to take, but Bob Dylan took it and was rewarded highly. But the real winners are anyone who gets to hear this album. From start to finish it is beautiful. Dylan's voice is so haunting in tracks like Ballad of a Thin Man. His lyricism stands out to me. He tells stories so poetically and creates characters within these poetic stories that feel real, alive, and relevant. He is witty and smart with these lyrics. The addition of a full band is fantastic as well, as each instrument gets many chances to shine through well. The standout is always the guitar playing. Highway 61 Revisited is full of classic, memorable riffs. It is a great listen and one of the best albums of all time.
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From Yipyapper 11/08/2016 20:56
It's an artistic statement for sure, but besides a few songs, it's nothing particularly fresh. Most of it is folky, unrecognizable sound which, while his electric move might attract new fans, his vocals will push them away. Tombstone Blues is a good song in its own right, but it's the only truly folky song that stands out. Two songs on the album, however, are almost transcendental and carry the hell out of not only the album but folk in general: Desolation Row and Like a Rolling Stone. The former is quite possibly the most poetic and intelligent anyone has ever been in a song, and the latter is the biggest milestone in rock history if not all of music.

Key Cuts: Tombstone Blues, Desolation Row, Like a Rolling Stone
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From acolabella 09/20/2016 16:49
The lyrics are the best part for me. Excellent record.
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From ctowner34 09/19/2016 03:34
Should be ranked higher
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From lanadeleswift 09/02/2016 20:44
One of the first 60s albums I fell in love with. The first two tracks open the album better than most others I can think of
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