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Another Side of Bob Dylan (2010 Mono Version)


Download links and information about Another Side of Bob Dylan (2010 Mono Version) by Bob Dylan. This album was released in 1964 and it belongs to Rock, Folk Rock, Songwriter/Lyricist, Psychedelic, Contemporary Folk genres. It contains 11 tracks with total duration of 50:34 minutes.

Artist: Bob Dylan
Release date: 1964
Genre: Rock, Folk Rock, Songwriter/Lyricist, Psychedelic, Contemporary Folk
Tracks: 11
Duration: 50:34
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No. Title Length
1. All I Really Want to Do (2010 Mono Version) 4:03
2. Black Crow Blues (2010 Mono Version) 3:14
3. Spanish Harlem Incident (2010 Mono Version) 2:23
4. Chimes of Freedom (2010 Mono Version) 7:10
5. I Shall Be Free No. 10 (2010 Mono Version) 4:46
6. To Ramona (2010 Mono Version) 3:51
7. Motorpsycho Nitemare (2010 Mono Version) 4:32
8. My Back Pages (2010 Mono Version) 4:22
9. I Don't Believe You (2010 Mono Version) 4:22
10. Ballad In Plain D (2010 Mono Version) 8:17
11. It Ain't Me Babe (2010 Mono Version) 3:34



Dylan was evolving so quickly in the early '60s that listeners barely had time to digest one "phase" before the next one was upon them. Another Side, released in August of 1964 — a mere seven months after The Times They AreA-Changin' — was a significant departure from what had come before it, more far-ranging and fanciful. Dylan was clearly growing tired of the folk movement's self-seriousness and austerity, not to mention their growing hero worship. Both the compositions and the performances here reflect this: Many of the songs are capricious and playful while his singing sounds looser, more rambling, and more relaxed than ever before. That's not to say he abandoned his earlier aesthetic completely — "My Back Pages" and "Chimes of Freedom," for example, are as fluent, well-expressed, and perceptive as anything he's ever recorded. There are also heartfelt and poetic explorations of personal relationships that nicely balance the lighthearted silliness of some of the tracks. With Another Side, Dylan proved (perhaps even to himself) that humor and imagination only added to the overall impact of his work.