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Bringing It All Back Home (album) by Bob Dylan

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Bringing It All Back Home
Bringing It All Back Home by Bob Dylan (1965)
Overall rank: 102nd   Overall chart historyOverall chart history
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86/100 (from 1,351 votes)
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Accolades: Award Top 5 albums of 1965 (4th)
Award Top 50 albums of the 1960s (21st)
Award Top 200 albums of all time (102nd)

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Bob Dylan bestography

Bringing It All Back Home is ranked 4th best out of 67 albums by Bob Dylan on BestEverAlbums.com.

The best album by Bob Dylan is Highway 61 Revisited which is ranked number 21 in the list of all-time albums with a total rank score of 76,212.

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Average Rating: 
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From SoaringSeagle 3 days ago
This was Dylan's transitional period. Bridging the gap between his Folk roots, and his new found love for the electrical sound, Dylan was on his way to something revolutionary with this album. 10/10.
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This will always be a bit underrated if only because of the two albums that came after it and are consider better, greater albums. Even if they are better albums (only by a bit), it would be a shame if this was compared to them all the time, since it's a brilliant album on its own, even though the acoustic half is clearly superior.
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95/100
The significance of this album cannot be downplayed. As far as I can tell, interesting rock music started here.
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95/100
Bringing It All Back Home is the Bob Dylan album I idolize, It is a story, and a storyteller, like reading a book with your ears, the fisrt album of all time to level up to a literature classic. Don't believe in me? Listen to Mr. Tambourine Men and It's Alright ma.
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80/100
The first half has such sharp and almost aggressive lyrics and delivery which I love and the 2nd is a perfect lighter folksy contrast with is okay too.
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75/100
I rate this as the best Dylan album I have - I have 8 including Highway 61, Blood on the Tracks and Blonde on Blonde.
I'd obviously heard a bit of Dylan - greatest hits kinda songs heard over the years. But for years I lived off Infidels alone, then got Oh Mercy and the somewhat tame Desire (but has been growing on me after a recent listen). I loved Infidels but less so his acoustic stuff, but that changed with this album.
I love Sub Home Blues, She Belongs to Me, Love Minus Zero/No Limit, Mr Tambourine Man and It's All Over Now, with It's Alright Ma also a good shout.
All the other tracks are good but I struggle a bit with Outlaw Blues.
Quite an upbeat album as Dylan goes - and I can only imagine the impact an album like this had in 1965. Over 50 years later it might not have the same cultural impact but we can still truly enjoy the songs for being great songs with witty observations and comments.
I rate the album as being just a touch off GREAT but suspect a few more listens and familiarity will push it through that barrier - currently 92 in my top 100
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95/100
From Crumpet
One of the most energetic and fun Dylan albums, Bringing it All Back Home is the only one that can even come close to Highway 61 Revisited.

Of course the best track here is "It's All Right Ma", a classic display of Dylan's lyrical talents and one of his best songs. "Mr. Tambourine Man", "It's All Over Now, Baby Blue" and the first three tracks are also brilliant and all the other songs on here are pretty great too, it has to be the only album Dylan has done that doesn't have a single song on it that I would rate below 80%.

A real masterpiece.
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85/100
Con l'apparizione di Elvis e l'esplosione dei Beatles, la svolta elettrica di Dylan è stata tra gli eventi che maggiormente hanno segnato la musica della seconda metà del ventesimo secolo ed oltre: e la svolta elettrica di Dylan inizia da qui…
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From Brad1770
Next stop on my quest to listen to the BEA top 500 (twice) is Dylan' Bringing It All Back Home & what an absolute pleasure it was to discover this great album . I loved every minute and broke my 2 listen rule and had multiple listens it was that good .

And being Australian myself I loved the Australia reference in 'Outlaw Blues'

"Oh, I wish I was on some
Australian mountain range.
I got no reason to be there, but I
Imagine it would be some kind of change"

This album is highly recommended

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From JulianR
Side 1 has some good songs (Subterranean Homesick blues being the highlight), but Side 2 is the bettwe half. Containing 4 songs, each a tour de force in their own right, it contains some of the more impressive lyricism of Dylans career. The best of the lot would have to be "It's All Over Now Baby Blue."
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Best Albums of 1965
1. Highway 61 Revisited by Bob Dylan
2. Rubber Soul by The Beatles
3. A Love Supreme by John Coltrane
4. Bringing It All Back Home by Bob Dylan
5. Help! by The Beatles
6. Otis Blue / Otis Redding Sings Soul by Otis Redding
7. My Generation by The Who
8. The Beach Boys Today! by The Beach Boys
9. Pastel Blues by Nina Simone
10. Spiritual Unity by Albert Ayler
11. Mr. Tambourine Man by The Byrds
12. A Charlie Brown Christmas by Vince Guaraldi
13. Here Are The Sonics!!! by The Sonics
14. Out Of Our Heads by The Rolling Stones
15. Live At The Regal by B.B. King
16. Jackson C. Frank by Jackson C. Frank
17. Maiden Voyage by Herbie Hancock
18. Bert Jansch by Bert Jansch
19. Turn! Turn! Turn! by The Byrds
20. Point Of Departure by Andrew Hill



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