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Bob Dylan

Stuck Inside of Mobile with the Memphis Blues Again (7:03)


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  • This just has to be my fave track from Blonde On Blonde!!
  • Bobby can't fail.
  • drumming [2] + 1
  • Not even you can hide! You see, you're just like me, I hope you're satisfied...
  • Smoked my eyelids, and punched my cigarette
  • drumming [2]
  • drumming
  • like a fool I mixed 'em
  • Well, Shakespeare he's in the alley with his pointed shoes and his bells! ♪♪
  • My favorite Bob Dylan song.
  • A seminar in how to write an incredibly long song and still keep people listening with the power of the words alone.
  • I said, "Oh! Come on now. You know you know about my debutante." She said, "Your debutante just knows what you need, but I know what you want."
  • Mr Zimmerman at his best oh yeah baby
  • my favourite dylan song.
  • there something fantastic in this song. even if you don't understand a bit !
  • I'm not a huge fan of Blonde on Blonde, but this song is terrific! The lyrics are strange, of course, but I think there's a more intelligent & playful (or intelligently playful) sensibility at work here than on a lot of the electric era surrealism. And lest it go unmentioned, the early outtake is at least as good as the released version! Then there's Hard Rain... can't go wrong with this number, basically.
  • One of the Bobster's better ones!
  • One of my fave of Bobs just draws u in and u never wanna leave.
  • Fantastic piece of music! :D
  • Objectively speaking the language is just excessive and random. But his voice somehow makes it work and the band carries the tune beautifully.
  • man this song rocks
  • What can I usefully say about this song? Just exquisite, like most of his songs. But why do so few people listen to the Heretics album, the one with Jokerman and Neighbourhood Bully, which I've never heard on Last?
  • awesome
  • Honestly, this could be his best song. [3]
  • i want to lay down with this song and sleep away eternity
  • Almost every song from this album I would class as 'fucking incredible!'. Especially this one.
  • I like to listen to the version on bootleg #7, it's like being with Bob Dylan in the studio listening to him creating a song.
  • Blonde On Blonde is a certified masterpiece of Rock and Roll.
  • masterpiece.
  • "he just smoked my eyelids and punched my cigarette"
  • Fantastic song!
  • Woo hoo!
  • ah love love love love love
  • I love the use of this song for the opening in I'm not There[2] very wonderful song!)
  • Dylan at his lyrical peak!
  • He just punched my eyelid, & smoked my cigarette
  • Brilliant
  • A fucking 7 minute epic with gorgeous songwriting and arrangement.
  • amazing
  • Easily one of the greatest songs ever written.
  • my favorite song by him
  • I love this song... especially in Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas
  • Honestly, this could be his best song. [2]
  • I love the use of this song for the opening in I'm not There
  • First song by him that I heard, and one of his most underrated.
  • Honestly, this could be his best song.
  • unparalleled.
  • totally genius
  • oh mamma can this really be the end
  • Beautiful. I believe he references 'On The Road' by Jack Kerouac, with the lines "Now the bricks lay on Grand Street Where the neon madmen climb. They all fall there so perfectly, It all seems so well timed." I highly recommend the book to fans of this kind of music.


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