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Blood On The Tracks album for sale by Bob Dylan was released Oct 02, 1984 on the Columbia label. By the mid-'70s, even Dylan's most ardent supporters began taking his artistic decline for granted. Blood On The Tracks buy CD music Albums like NEW MORNING and PLANET WAVES were fine works, but lacked the visionary spark of his seminal '60s recordings. Blood On The Tracks songs At 34 he was already being written off as a has-been. That presumption is what made BLOOD ON THE TRACKS such a glorious sucker-punch of a record. Blood On The Tracks CD music contains a single disc with 10 songs. ...See Full Description
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Bob Dylan - Blood On The Tracks Album Track Listing
|1||Tangled Up In Blue See All 54 ||5:42|| $0.99|
|2||Simple Twist of Fate See All 24||4:17|| $0.99|
|3||You're a Big Girl Now See All 17||4:31|| $0.99|
|4||Idiot Wind See All 20||7:49|| $0.99|
|5||You're Gonna Make Me Lonesome When You Go See All 11 ||2:53|| $0.99|
|6||Meet Me in the Morning See All 13||4:21|| $0.99|
|7||Lily, Rosemary and the Jack of Hearts See All 12||8:51|| $0.99|
|8||If You See Her, Say Hello See All 17||4:49|| $0.99|
|9||Shelter from the Storm See All 27||5:02|| $1.29|
|10||Buckets of Rain See All 14||3:24|| $0.99|
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||Just About The Best|
Blood On The Tracks songs To be honest, it's really impossible to pick a "best" Dylan album. So let's just call this my favorite Dylan album. The reason is that I truly enjoy every song on it. "Tangled Up In Blue" is just a wonderful, wonderful song. And if you are a completist, you are well aware that the lyrics have been altered by Mr. Dylan in several live performances. "Simple Twist Of Fate" is a real gem. "Idiot Wind" is probably the most bittersweet song in the Dylan catalog. The musicians are all top-notch here and their abilities add to the overall beauty of this album. Even if you are only a casul fan of Bob Dylan, you should have this album in your collection. If not, you're really missing out on a true masterpiece by one of the True Masters himself.
By a reviewer (Shrewsbury, PA, USA)
||THE BEST POKER MUSIC|
dylan---not a huge fan---i respect him unconditionally---but this album is crossover magic. plus, for all you poker players out there, for some reason this album just seems like it was made to put on when you're playing a big game. i'm serious here---try it out.
By cnallenw (indiana, usa)
||Dylan's best album? Very likely yes.|
Of course, an essential album that is probably Dylan's most well-known. It's a surprising return to his folk-rock sound of the Blonde on Blonde days, and just devestating. This album is a mountain peak -- after this, poor Dylan would twist in the wind and spend the next 20 years with just lousy records (Desire and Oh Mercy excepted).
By danielthomas5 (Minneapolis)
||This used to be the best album of all-time|
The album that tops this is the original September 1974 acetate version. Unfortunately he redid 5 of the songs in December with a different band. On the acetate an acoustic Lily, Rosemary. Different lyrics to Idiot Wind. Tangled Up and If You See Her are much better. You're A Big Girl Now, breathtaking. Substitute with the original and you'll never look back.
By mowdamowda (Sydney, Oz)
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"Blood On The Tracks" is not only one of Bob Dylan's most definitive and amazing works, but it's an absolutely perfect album, or at least close to it. It is a somewhat dark, but incredible Dylan work revolving around such themes as divorce, lost love, etc. He wrote some of the most heartfelt, bitter lyrics here, and it shows. His singing and performance, along with the songwriting, couldn't have come together in such an almost magical way other than this. "Tangled Up In Blue" and "Shelter From The Storm" have become 2 of his biggest hits. However, there is so much more to it than that. Songs like "Idiot Wind" and its painful theme have to be heard to be believed. Along with the touching acoustic ballads and country-tinged numbers, "Meet Me In The Morning" is a great acoustic blues number with such an unstoppable toe-tapping feel, that it's almost completely shocking. To make a long story short, it's unbelievable how this timeless Dylan album is so unpredictably stunning even after all these years since its release. Words cannot even describe it, either.
By Ron Haynes, Jr. (Covington/Cornelia, GA, USA)
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