This set captures a still-growing Dylan on the edge, just before he makes the jump to rock & roll, continuing to expand the notion of folk music with openhearted, unprecedented compositions and performances like "All I Really Want to Do," "Chimes of Freedom," "My Back Pages," and "It Ain't Me Babe." If Dylan's previous album The Times They Are A-Changin' was a bit too literal and focused on current events, Another Side indulges Dylan's more mythic and expansive side, making more rumor for the humor that would explode when Dylan formed a band. It's just Dylan, guitar, and harmonica here, but Another Side is a rock & roll album without that band. --Jimmy Guterman --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Love Bob, have been expanding my collection in the last year. This is good early Bob.Published 3 months ago by Koley
Another gift for my Brother and again he love's it.Published 13 months ago by ralph a hollingsworth
Just reading the song titles aloud gives one a sense of the superior genius at work here. There is no dross. There is no escape. There is only peaceful melanclolia.Published on Aug. 24 2013 by eeyoore
Bob Dylan released his fourth studio album, ANOTHER SIDE OF BOB DYLAN, in August 1964. Due to the prolific nature of many recording artists during the 1960s, this was his second... Read morePublished on Sept. 1 2012 by Mike London
Sorry, I must be honest: ths is Not a masterpiece.
I own many Bob Dylan albums, and I really like him, but this is -by far - my least favorite album of his. Read more
The sound was still pure folk, but the songs were becoming more personal and less political. A transitional album that set the tone for his electric phase. Read morePublished on April 16 2004 by Scott Fendley