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The Freewheelin’ Bob Dylan

5 out of 5

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3 reviews for The Freewheelin’ Bob Dylan

5 out of 5
  1. Taylor Chewning

    Bob Dylan’s second album was his first on which eleven of the thirteen individual songs were written exclusively by him. Two others, “Corrina, Corrinna,” and “Honey, Just Allow Me One More Chance,” are older Blues songs that Dylan adapted and Columbia Records, after notations, credits exclusively to him. Considering the rich body of work found here, it is easy to see why many Dylan aficionados regard this CD/Album as his best. Some of his greatest music, without a doubt, is heard here. The Civil Rights Movement- inspired theme song, “Blowin’ In The Wind;” “Girl From The North Country,” perhaps Dylan’s greatest long song; “Masters Of War,” an expose of what former President Eisenhower called the Industrial-Military Complex; an evocative response to the then recent Cuban Missile, “A Hard Day’s Rain’s A-Gonna Fall;” and the best of his many fare-thee-well gal salutations, “Don’t Think Twice, It’s All Right.” The fact that Dylan was only twenty-two when this album was recorded is made obvious by the front and back cover photos of Dylan’s famed early love Suze Rotolo and him strolling through the snow-swept streets of New York’s Greenwich Village. These youthful portraits are reason enough to classify this album as a collector’s item whose music still seems fresh today.

  2. James A. Schmitz

    Bob Dylan’s second album was his first on which eleven of the thirteen individual songs were written exclusively by him. Two others, “Corrina, Corrinna,” and “Honey, Just Allow Me One More Chance,” are older Blues songs that Dylan adapted and Columbia Records, after notations, credits exclusively to him. Considering the rich body of work found here, it is easy to see why many Dylan aficionados regard this CD/Album as his best. Some of his greatest music, without a doubt, is heard here. The Civil Rights Movement- inspired theme song, “Blowin’ In The Wind;” “Girl From The North Country,” perhaps Dylan’s greatest long song; “Masters Of War,” an expose of what former President Eisenhower called the Industrial-Military Complex; an evocative response to the then recent Cuban Missile, “A Hard Day’s Rain’s A-Gonna Fall;” and the best of his many fare-thee-well gal salutations, “Don’t Think Twice, It’s All Right.” The fact that Dylan was only twenty-two when this album was recorded is made obvious by the front and back cover photos of Dylan’s famed early love Suze Rotolo and him strolling through the snow-swept streets of New York’s Greenwich Village. These youthful portraits are reason enough to classify this album as a collector’s item whose music still seems fresh today.

  3. Brooks_brittany

    This 180g mono pressing sounds fantastic. I had been eying the MoFi release, but I can’t see that sounding any better than this. No background noise, no warping (as is common in a lot of pressings nowadays), just a great, clean sound. Sounds great with my Little Dot MKII. Highly recommended.

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