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The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan

The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan - Bob Dylan / Rolling Stone MUSIC : 97/500
Dylan's second LP was released on May 27th, 1963 — three days after his twenty-second birthday. It was a tender age for such a historic triumph. On Freewheelin', the poetry and articulate fury of Dylan's lyrics and his simple, compelling melodies transformed American popular songwriting. He later made light of the protest anthem "Blowing in the Wind" ("I wrote that in ten minutes," he said in '66). But Dylan's wholly original grip on grit, truth and beauty in "A Hard Rain's A-Gonna Fall" and "Masters of War" still changes everyone who hears this album, four decades later.

Artist:  Bob Dylan
Title Of Album: The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan
Year Of Release: 1963 / 2003 Remastered Hybrid SACD
Label: Sony
Genre: Rock, Folk Rock
Format:  FLAC / MP3
Sound Quality: Original CD / FULL
Type: CD
Total Time: 50:08
Total Size: 306/114 MB

01. "Blowin' in the Wind" 2:48
02. "Girl from the North Country" 3:22
03. "Masters of War" 4:34
04. "Down the Highway" 3:27
05. "Bob Dylan's Blues" 2:23
06. "A Hard Rain's a-Gonna Fall" 6:55
07. "Don't Think Twice, It's All Right" 3:40
08. "Bob Dylan's Dream 5:03
09. "Oxford Town" 1:50
10. "Talkin' World War III Blues" 6:28
11. "Corrina, Corrina" 2:44
12. "Honey, Just Allow Me One More Chance" 2:01
13. "I Shall Be Free" 4:49

The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan is one of those albums that I think I could listen to and enjoy anytime, regardless of mood. It's just a wonderful classic album. Dylan's second album, Freewheelin' is a great improvement over his debut (which is also a very good record). After composing only two songs for his debut, Freewheelin' finds Dylan significantly more confident in his songwriting abilities. As well he should be, because his original songs here are amazing.
1. Blowin' in the Wind - One of the greatest folk songs of all time, and has been covered by numerous artists. Still one of Dylan's most well-known songs today.
2. Girl from the North Country - A lovely folk ballad, and one of my favorite romantic Dylan songs. In 1969, Dylan would resurrect this song as a duet with his Johnny Cash on his Nashville Skyline album.
3. Masters of War - Dylan's most scathing anti-war song and one of his most vicious protest songs ever. You can feel the venom in his voice as he talks of politicians who use war for financial gain. This song is still powerful now in 2005, in fact it may be more relevant than ever now.
4. Down the Highway - Country-blues tune with Dylan doing sort of an imitation of Hank Williams. A good song, but not the most memorable.
5. Bob Dylan's Blues - A short, lightweight country-folk tune. One of the album's lesser tracks.
6. A Hard Rain's A-Gonna Fall - One of Dylan's all-time classics. It resembles a protest song, but it's not quite direct enough lyrically to qualify. But it is one of the finest songs of Dylan's early years.
7. Don't Think Twice, It's All Right - Another classic and one of my personal favorites. This is a lovely ballad directed to Dylan's girlfriend Suze Rotolo. Heartfelt lyrics, a wonderful vocal from Dylan and excellent fingerpicked guitar too. One of his best songs.
8. Bob Dylan's Dream - A lovely folk song in which Dylan reminisces about the past. A great lesser-known Dylan song.
9. Oxford Town - Potent protest song about a racial incident, but I'm not sure exactly what incident is referred to.
10. Talking World War III Blues - A humorous narrative-song with lots of great lines including "'I'll let you be in my dreams if I can be in yours,' I said that." However, I prefer the version of the song on Bootleg Series, volume 6 - Live 1964.
11. Corrina, Corrina - A lovely interpretation of an old folk song, and the only song on the album to feature accompaniment. It features a drummer and possibly a second guitar player. It was to be the B-side of an early single, "Mixed-Up Confusion", which would have been Dylan's first electric song.
12. Honey, Just Allow Me One More Chance - Another folk tune arranged by Dylan. Dylan's energetic vocal style on this song is quite similar to that of his debut.
13. I Shall Be Free - The album closes with this humorous story song which starts a style that Dylan would revisit several times in the future. This song reveals Dylan's sense of humor better than nearly anything else he would record. "I make love to Elizabeth Taylor... catch hell from Richard Burton".
The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan is an excellent album that any serious fan of music should own and relish. If you're new to Dylan, this should be one of your first purchases, after Blonde On Blonde, Highway 61 Revisited and Blood On The Tracks. But don't stop here! If you like Freewheelin' be sure to check out Dylan's third album, The Times They Are A-Changin' which is almost as good.
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Title Of Album: Christmas (Deluxe Special Edition)
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