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Greatest Hits, Vol. 1 - 3 album for sale by Bob Dylan was released Sep 23, 2003 on the Columbia label. GREATEST HITS VOLUMES I-III contains: BOB DYLAN'S GREATEST HITS (1967)/BOB DYLAN'S GREATEST HITS Volume 2 (1971)/BOB DYLAN'S GREATEST HITS Volume 3 (1994). Greatest Hits, Vol. 1 - 3 songs All three volumes of Bob Dylan's Greatest Hits come packaged here in a slipcase box. Greatest Hits, Vol. 1 - 3 album for sale Nothing new is added, nothing taken away. Alas, though, like the CDs themselves, this is a (specially priced) four-disc box set, since Dylan's Greatest Hits, Volume 2 was originally issued as a double LP and followed suit on compact disc. Greatest Hits, Vol. 1 - 3 CD music is a 4-disc set with 45 songs. ...See Full Description
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This collection is great. It contains all of his best songs and each album plays well from beginning to end. The only thing that I would raise issue with is the fact that Volume 3 was released 33 years after Volume 2.
By jack_12 (New York, NY, USA)
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|CD Universe Part number||6239406|
|Release Date||Sep 23, 2003|
|Recording Time||196 minutes|
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from the original LET IT BE book.
The Beatles: John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, Ringo Starr.
Personnel: Billy Preston (keyboards).
Audio Mixers: Alan Rouse; Guy Massey; Paul Hicks.
Liner Note Author: Kevin Howlett.
Recording information: 01/1969.
Editor: Kevin Howlett.
Photographer: Ethan Russell.
Additional personnel: Billy Preston (keyboards).
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Recording information: Broken Arrow Ranch, Woodside, CA (01/17/1969-09/22/1991); Cow Palace, San Francisco, CA (01/17/1969-09/22/1991); Home Studio, Topanga, CA (01/17/1969-09/22/1991); Quadrafonic Sound Studios, Nashville, TN (01/17/1969-09/22/1991); Record Plant Studio 3, Hollywood, CA (01/17/1969-09/22/1991); Redwood Digital Studios, Woodside, CA (01/17/1969-09/22/1991); Wally Heider Recording Studios, Hollywood, CA (01/17/1969-09/22/1991); Woodland Sound Studios, Nashville, TN (01/17/1969-09/22/1991).
Director: Elliot Roberts.
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Aftermath CD (1966)
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Additional personnel: Jack Nitzsche, Ian Stewart (piano, organ, harpsichord).
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