Blonde on Blonde. Really the only of his albums I really like that much as an "album" to be honest. Outside of that I tend to just listen to his songs. I could see myself maybe liking John Wesley Harding more if I gave it more listens. Seems like a grower.
A best album by x artist series would be good for the music forum.
Blood on the Tracks man myself (no Lily, Rosemary hate please, hater) it's just so god damn smoooooth, but there's close to a dozen at least with which you can't really go wrong. That he turned out those 6 albums prior to the age of 25 is madness, but that he was then able to do as much of note as he did over the next 45 years is just fucked up.
Blood on the Tracks man myself (no Lily, Rosemary hate please, hater)
An astonishingly unprovoked, mean-spirited and unnecessary attack by Zimmy's #2 fan on his (elderly, mathematically challenged) number #1 fan ........ a murder (of my good name) most foul good sir
Play "Moonlight Sonata" in F-sharp And "A Key to the Highway" for the king on the harp Play "Marching Through Georgia" and "Dumbarton's Drums" Play "Darkness" and death will come when it comes Play "Love Me or Leave Me" by the great Bud Powell Play "The Blood-Stained Banner"............... play "Murder Most Foul"
1. Blood on the Tracks 2. Blonde on Blonde 3. Street Legal 4. Highway 61 Revisited 5. Bringing it All Back Home 6. The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan
#1 and #2 are really close - #2 is much more interesting conceptually but #1 hits much harder emotionally - and #3 is incredibly underrated, Changing of the Guards and No Time to Think are two of his very best songs, IMO. 4-6 are all great.