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  • A classic that earns its designation. As I've mentioned elsewhere, I think Bringing It All Back Home is far superior to Highway 61 Revisited, which despite its classic status has a lot of bland/forgettable Garage Rock/Blues Rock sounds that are pretty much the same melodically. Blonde on Blonde improves upon its predecessor in every way, with much better melodies, arrangements and lyrics. Whereas most of the songs on Highway 61 sounded like the same Blues Rock/Garage Rock tune, Blonde on Blonde's songs have a variety of moods and melodies, from the uptempo, poppy "I Want You" to the stinging guitar on the Blues "Leopard Skin Pill Box Hat" to the sleepy sounding Beatlesesque "4th Time Around" to the infectious "Most Likely You Go Your Way and I'll Go Mine" to the anthemic "One of us Must Know (Sooner or Later)," and these are just a handful. This is by far the most musically accomplished album he'd made to this point and there are really only a couple of duds despite its length. Genius.
  • That wild mercury sound
  • rating 10/10
  • so fucking good
  • Bob was earning his laurels here. Surely one of the greatest albums ever.
  • Fuck how is this even possible
  • oh i love this no gf sound in his voice
  • oh come off it. Bob was resting on his laurels here
  • @chumsicles Thats why its called "folk rock"
  • normally Bob's voice doesn't bother me, but here he kind of just talks his way through all the songs (rather than actually singing like on Highway 61 or John Wesley Harding)

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