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|1. You're No Good|
|2. Talkin' New York|
|3. In My Time Of Dyin'|
|4. Man Of Constant Sorrow|
|5. Fixin' To Die|
|6. Pretty Peggy-O|
|7. Highway 51|
|8. Gospel Plow|
|9. Baby, Let Me Follow You Down|
|10. House Of The Risin' Sun|
|11. Freight Train Blues|
|12. Song To Woody|
|13. See That My Grave Is Kept Clean|
Bob Dylan is Dylan's astonishing debut album, recorded at Columbia Recording Studios in 1961. This is a 20-year-old Dylan, newly arrived in New York to be the next Woody Guthrie, singing traditional songs and original compositions with an aggressiveness and emotion that belie his young age. Guthrie's influence looms large over classic renditions of traditional songs, such as 'Man Of Constant Sorrow' and 'Pretty Peggy-O', as well as the poignant 'Song To Woody', one of two original compositions on the album. Even more powerful is the influence of Blind Willie Johnson, Blind Lemon Jefferson and the other great blues men, whose death-haunted emotions are carried through songs like 'See That My Grave Is Kept Clean', 'Fixin' To Die' and 'In My Time Of Dyin'. 'Talkin` New York', the second original composition, is a first glimpse of the savage wit that would come to mark his work. Columbia. 2005.
This album now seems as remarkable as his mid-'60s breakthoughs. Like Presley's Sun Sessions, it is both the remnant of a lost rural America and the seed of rock culture. The music is primarily Dylan, with acoustic guitar, barking traditional folk, and blues. He was 20, a Northern hick come to New York to be the next Woody Guthrie. It's amazing that at 20 he sings "In My Time of Dying" and "See That My Grave is Kept Clean," not as traditional songs, but making their doom and resignation sound personal. --Steve Tignor --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Another gift for my Brother and he was thrilled to get it.Published 15 months ago by ralph a hollingsworth
There is not a lot of evidence on this album of Dylan's genius, but it's an intriguing listen for one who came to this album after Freewheelin'.Published 20 months ago by Irishcan
Bob Dylan (1962.) Bob Dylan's first album.
It was in 1962 that the American folk rock legend Bob Dylan released his first album. Read more
Alright Bob! so what if he only wrote two songs; it's worth every penny man!Published on April 29 2004
Dylan's first three albums: Bob Dylan, The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan, and The Times They Are A-Changin' immediately established him as a songwriter of great distinction. Read morePublished on April 6 2004 by James E. Duckworth
The first Dylan album I ever listened to was Highway 61 Revisited. It was pretty good...so I went on to his second album, The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan. Read morePublished on Dec 3 2003 by Nobody!
Bob Dylan. Not the most creative title, but Dylan's voice and guitar are at their most dynamic. Dylan was trying to build on the many legends that had come before him, such as... Read morePublished on Nov. 30 2003
This guy was just 20(!!!) years old when he recorded this magnificent collection of traditional folk tunes (and two of his originals). What a performance! Read morePublished on March 7 2003 by John_999