Bringing It All Back Home
Released:- 30th March 1965
Official Release Number:- 5
Dylan Vinyl Number:- 6
Part six of the DYLAN VINYL collection which is a brand-new collection of every single Bob Dylan album on high-quality 180-gram vinyl plus a collectors’ magazine
The first side of the album features some of Dylan’s most iconic acoustic compositions, including “Subterranean Homesick Blues” and “Mr. Tambourine Man.” These songs feature Dylan’s signature poetic lyrics, sung in his distinctive vocal style. The second side of the album, on the other hand, features electric rock songs, such as “Maggie’s Farm” and “It’s Alright, Ma (I’m Only Bleeding).” These songs are characterised by their driving rhythms, electric guitar riffs, and Dylan’s raw vocal delivery
Bringing It All Back Home is widely regarded as a landmark album in Dylan’s career and in the history of rock music. It marked Dylan’s transition from acoustic folk to electric rock, and paved the way for the rock music revolution of the late 1960s. The album’s influence can be heard in the music of countless artists who followed in Dylan’s footsteps.
Subterranean Homesick Blues
She Belongs To Me
Love Minus Zero/No Limit
On The Road Again
Bob Dylan’s 115th Dream
Mr Tambourine Man
Gates of Eden
It’s Alright Ma (I’m Only Bleeding)
It’s All Over Now’ Baby Blue
My Top Three
1) Mr Tambourine Man
The lyrics of the song are open to interpretation, but many believe that it is about the search for meaning and purpose in life. The song’s imagery and poetic language create a dream-like quality that captures the listener’s imagination. The mesmerizing melody and Dylan’s unique vocal style make “Mr. Tambourine Man” a timeless piece of music that continues to inspire new generations of musicians and fans alike.
2) It’s All Over Now, Baby Blue
The song features Dylan’s signature poetic lyrics and melancholic vocals, as he bids farewell to a lover and reflects on the nature of change and impermanence. The song has been covered by numerous artists over the years, including Van Morrison, Joan Baez (the possible protagonist of the song), and The Byrds, cementing its place as one of Dylan’s most enduring and influential compositions.
3) It’s Alright Ma (I’m Only Bleeding)
This song has been dubbed a “grim masterpiece” that expresses Dylan’s anger at what he sees as the hypocrisy, commercialism, consumerism, and war mentality inherent in contemporary American culture, but unlike those in his earlier protest songs, do not express optimism in the possibility of political solutions.