Listened to this today. Found it bland, and desu Dylans voice isn't the most enjoyable. What am I missing? Did it change music so fundamentally I don't even realize it? Why is this album so good?
admittedly i didn't care for it too much when i first heard it, Dylans voice and the way he sang was too crude for me but eventually it grew on me.
every song from start to finish has its own unique property and is consistently catchy.
favourites would include Rainy Day Women, Visions of Johanna and Sad-Eyed Lady.
>Found it bland,
that's folk music
>and desu Dylans voice isn't the most enjoyable.
yea everyone knows that
>What am I missing? Did it change music so fundamentally I don't even realize it?
>Why is this album so good?
try listening to it more than once
i am completely aware that Sad-Eyed Lady is basically the same thing over and over again and over 11 minutes long but somehow every time i listen to it i "have no sense of time" and don't want it to end
before I really paid any attention to what other people thought about music Blonde on Blonde never really struck me as anything special
I always thought several of his other albums like Freewheelin, Bringing it All Back Home, Highway 61 and Blood on the Tracks all stood out far more and made stronger impressions on me
I still don't really get this album to this day
why out of all of his albums this is the one people call the best
I can see now how its different and that it has more fusion but it just makes it feel like its all over the place to me
I still just don't like it that much
If you don't like his voice you're literally a pleb, i didn't the first time i listened to it but i was just getting into music, a year later and i listened to most his albums for 3 months straight.
It's a genre defining album.
It basically created the Americana genre.
Also the first track was one of Bob Dylan's only #1 songs.
It's an interesting album with nice songs and neat instrumentation.
Give it a second listen.
Piratebay has the remastered version. Best quality you'll find.
You can also download the original mono recordings if you wana keep it real.
Trips don't lie
>Come in she said I'll give ya shelter from the storm.
>tfw blonde on blonde was the first folk rock album i tried and now everything else is terrible by comparison and the genre is ruined for me