Bob Dylan

Bob Dylan's debut album only included two original Dylan compositions. A shorter version of "House of the Rising Sun" was overdubbed in 1964 by Tom…

Released in 1962

Fallen Angels

The second volume of songs mostly made popular by Frank Sinatra during the 1950s. / / Engineered and mixed by: Al Schmitt / Horn arrangements and…

Released in 2016

The Bootleg Series Vol. 11: The Basement Tapes Complete

Apart from a handful of completely distorted or fragmented tracks, everything that Bob Dylan and The Band recorded in the basement of "Big Pink" in…

Released in 2014

Tempest

Engineered by Scott Litt / Recorded and mixed by Scott Lilt and Dana Nielsen / Package Design: Coco…

Released in 2012

John Wesley Harding

Dylan changes his musical direction again for the second time within 3 years and this time he surprises his audience with a new country sound and…

Released in 1968

Pat Garrett & Billy The Kid

Dylan's songs for cult director Sam Peckinpah's movie are basically instrumentals built around one song, "Billy's Theme". "Knockin' On Heaven's Door"…

Released in 1973

The Times They Are A-Changin'

Bob Dylan's classic third studio album was his first to feature only original compositions. The socially conscious lyrics on this release are among…

Released in 1964

Slow Train Coming

Dylan's first effort since becoming a born-again Christian. First Grammy Award for "Gotta Serve Somebody". The album was listed at #16 in the 2001…

Released in 1979

The Bootleg Series Vol. 5 - Live 1975

Finally...an official selection of live performances during Dylan's legendary "Rolling Thunder Revue" featuring Ramblin' Jack Elliot, Joan Baez, Roger…

Released in 2002

Shot Of Love

Produced by Chuck Plotkin / Recorded by Toby Scott / / Dylan's final "religious" album featured several great guest musicians and a couple of nice…

Released in 1981

Saved

The second Wexler/Beckett-produced "religious" album by Dylan. Even though there are no classic tracks on this one, there are still a few nice…

Released in 1980

The Basement Tapes

Originally released as one of rock history's most famous bootlegs. It was recorded with The Band in the basement of the house "Big Pink" in Woodstock…

Released in 1975
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