Shamelessly copying RAM album club


#61

I was fairly late getting in to Dylan. Where are you going next Freewheelin?

Edit, I see Highway 61. Great record.


#62

Highway 61 Revisited and then Blonde on Blonde. Suggestions are very welcome.


#63

Desire should be on any short list. If nothing else, for Hurricane.


#64

Just started listening to the 1966 Live Recordings Box Set. First disc in and I would strongly recommend for a Dylan fan.

I would start at Freewheelin and work forward. If you want to try some later stuff Love & Theft is great. I 'm a big fan of Tell Tale Signs Bootleg Vol 8 which is really listenable.


#65

Blonde on Blonde
Highway 61
and
Another Side

Then listen to the more recent stuff

IMHO of course :wink:


#66

These two are magnificent


#67

IT’S BACK, BABY!

Over the weekend I’ll be listening to this three times, then writing some things about it.


#68

Not a fan of vocal, but giving it a try now.

Comment on first track, timing impeccable. He makes you wait, and then delivers.


#69

So much this.


#70

Really can’t do vocal Jazz, Big Band, Swing et al.


#71

Being forced outside your comfort zone is not all bad.


#72

Yes. It. Is :-1:


#73

My favourite Sinatra album.


#74

You Tube doesn’t give the date. An early one?


#75

1955


#76

Thank you. Guessed by style and lack of ‘biggest hits’, it had to be early.


#77

Google ? :thinking:


#78

Yeah, could, But prefer to talk to people.


#79

By typing on a forum. Okay :rofl:


#80

A hard choice - he has so many great albums.