Bob discount Dylan 180 high quality gm online

Bob discount Dylan 180 high quality gm online

Bob discount Dylan 180 high quality gm online

Sealed item. Like NEW.
See more
$3.99 delivery: Oct 18 - 26
Select delivery location
Usually ships within 6 to 10 days.
[{"displayPrice":"$28.99","priceAmount":28.99,"currencySymbol":"$","integerValue":"28","decimalSeparator":".","fractionalValue":"99","symbolPosition":"left","hasSpace":false,"showFractionalPartIfEmpty":true,"offerListingId":"pPa%2FyJb70Ox4%2BQKRm%2BRqyJzqnFIYQE7Oes5DX6ma8mVR%2FQV6%2FpMPGgUBltcuKk%2FAS%2Fumr%2Bu7i6FgxIhYpabkF7%2FXcEfHsBmhvfGfDC5Lr8xgnATenKM852eWKN7sbzQUC1vQiONxaHM%3D","locale":"en-US","buyingOptionType":"NEW"},{"displayPrice":"$21.97","priceAmount":21.97,"currencySymbol":"$","integerValue":"21","decimalSeparator":".","fractionalValue":"97","symbolPosition":"left","hasSpace":false,"showFractionalPartIfEmpty":true,"offerListingId":"YbDdYttftaicsUqIND10reGiyNa4DnerJgV4asjzqOH%2Bwb5SuPAky0%2BRF%2BxVfSTRpJgHx0pSU6w5dAyM0G%2BE5xV7ZANgZlPiEHVllD3wEBQdPdDFCMzf2YhnsAg1q%2B%2BHdlLmwVMpgXwVrITHM6V4EkkygnJsa8WcyLUqZAs2NmOqkWEaZ4GyPWPl4Cyd%2BqkM","locale":"en-US","buyingOptionType":"USED"}]
$$28.99 () Includes selected options. Includes initial monthly payment and selected options. Details
Price
Subtotal
$$28.99
Subtotal
Initial payment breakdown
Shipping cost, delivery date, and order total (including tax) shown at checkout.
Ships from and sold by MovieMars-CDs.
ADD TO LIST
Available at a lower price from other sellers that may not offer free Prime shipping.
SELL ON AMAZON
Share this product with friends
Text Message
WhatsApp
Copy
press and hold to copy
Email
Facebook
Twitter
Pinterest
Brief content visible, double tap to read full content.
Full content visible, double tap to read brief content.

Frequently bought together

+
+
Choose items to buy together.
Buy all three: $80.86
$28.99
$16.99
$34.88
Some of these items ship sooner than the others.
Total price:
To see our price, add these items to your cart.

Frequently bought together

by Bob Dylan
$28.99
FREE Shipping
Only 4 left in stock (more on the way).
Ships from and sold by Amazon.com.
by Bob Dylan
$16.99
FREE Shipping on orders over $25.00.
In Stock.
Ships from and sold by Amazon.com.
by Bob Dylan
$34.88
$11.66 shipping
Only 1 left in stock - order soon.
Ships from and sold by Orbit Records.
Brief content visible, double tap to read full content.
Full content visible, double tap to read brief content.

Description

Dylan''s 1961 debut astonished the folk world and remains one of the most powerful pure folk records ever. Includes Man of Constant Sorrow; See That My Grave Is Kept Clean; Baby, Let Me Follow You Down ; Dylan''s own Song to Woody; In My Time of Dyin'' , and more, all newly remasterd.

Track Listings

1 You''re No Good
2 Talkin'' New York
3 In My Time of Dyin''
4 Man of Constant Sorrow
5 Fixin'' to Die
6 Pretty Peggy-O
7 Highway 51
8 Gospel Plow
9 Baby, Let Me Follow You Down
10 House of the Risin'' Sun
11 Freight Train Blues
12 Song to Woody
13 See That My Grave Is Kept Clean

Product information

Brief content visible, double tap to read full content.
Full content visible, double tap to read brief content.

Videos

Help others learn more about this product by uploading a video!
Upload video
Brief content visible, double tap to read full content.
Full content visible, double tap to read brief content.

Customers who bought this item also bought

Customer reviews

4.6 out of 54.6 out of 5
503 global ratings

Top reviews from the United States

Jens Jensen
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
It began here
Reviewed in the United States on July 11, 2019
I don''t know why I bought this particular CD (Hallmark, for Heaven''s sake!) instead of the CD on the Columbia label . Hallmark seems especially antithetical to Dylan''s early works. Never mind...this is a wonderful and historically important album. I... See more
I don''t know why I bought this particular CD (Hallmark, for Heaven''s sake!) instead of the CD on the Columbia label . Hallmark seems especially antithetical to Dylan''s early works. Never mind...this is a wonderful and historically important album. I bought the record back in the ''60s after first buying and getting hooked on " Another Side of Bob Dylan ." The songs on that album were written mostly by Dylan, whereas only about half of the tracks on his first release were penned by him. the CD notes credit the traditional song "House of the Risin'' Sun" to the blues singer Dave von Ronk, whose version I still think is the best one ever recorded. However, von Ronk did not write the song and no one knows who did.

The actual Highway 51 is familiar to most Midwesterners from Wisconsin and Illinois. Back in ''63, I found it to be the quickest drive from Little Rock to Kenosha, though speed traps along the way were a challenge (and expensive). But never mind the songs'' subjects; Dylan''s style was a radical departure from anything the folk singers of the time were writing and singing. Although Donovan''s first album, " What''s Bin Did and What''s Bin Hid " (featuring his first hit "Catch the Wind"), was compared favorably to Dylan''s work, the resemblance is difficult to hear (perhaps it was just the fact that he, too, played guitar and harmonica). In any case, I loved that album and learned to play a few songs on it. To my ears, Mark Knopfler''s sound on Dire Straits'' first album compared most favorably with Bob Dylan. It fooled me the first time I heard his voice. I thought, "Is this Dylan?" The voice was a little different, but Dylan''s voice has changed many times over the years.

In the songs on this album that were written by Dylan, we get to hear the formative period of all that came later, at least up until 1966 and " Blonde on Blonde " and even " John Wesley Harding " (1967), which brought us "All Along the Watchtower" and "The Wicked Messenger"). Though there is a certain continuity from this first album through all that followed, it can be difficult to hear without listening to them all in chronological order. However, it''s neigh impossible to see how Dylan''s recent albums of 2015 to ''17 (as well as " Christmas in the Heart ") have anything to do with any of his earlier output. These, for whatever they are worth, seem more of a self-indulgence, though I like to listen to his Christmas album during the holiday season.

Anyone who loves Bob Dylan''s body of work should become familiar with this album. It represents the seed from which it all grew.
4 people found this helpful
Helpful
Report
J L W
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
I thoroughly enjoyed hearing this album that I''d never heard any songs ...
Reviewed in the United States on August 7, 2016
Now this is his first album. His voice is younger, and style a little different than later albums. I thoroughly enjoyed hearing this album that I''d never heard any songs from before. Harmonica is great in it as well as guitar. His lyrics are good too. I am so amazed... See more
Now this is his first album. His voice is younger, and style a little different than later albums. I thoroughly enjoyed hearing this album that I''d never heard any songs from before. Harmonica is great in it as well as guitar. His lyrics are good too. I am so amazed how original he was right out the gate in his lyrics and his whole sound. A worth while album to add to any Dylan fan collection for certain. I hesitated at first ordering it, looking at that young face, but so glad I did.
4 people found this helpful
Helpful
Report
Richard R.Top Contributor: Rock Music
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
An amazingly raw talent.
Reviewed in the United States on November 3, 2013
Once again, I am buying a CD from an album I first bought in the 60s. But, to be honest, I''d forgotten how incredible this one is. I''d put off buying it because it only has two original Dylan songs on it. Granted, they are great. But, I''d downloaded them each a few... See more
Once again, I am buying a CD from an album I first bought in the 60s. But, to be honest, I''d forgotten how incredible this one is. I''d put off buying it because it only has two original Dylan songs on it. Granted, they are great. But, I''d downloaded them each a few years ago. Finally, after seeing his very young face staring at me on Amazon''s page for years, I bought it again. I''d forgotten how amazing his vocal takes were on the folk/blues songs he sings. Yes, he was a "folk" singer at the time. But, I''d tend to think of him more as a blues singer. His versions are howling, raw and very talented. As I said, I''d forgotten how amazing he was. Hard to imagine that this was 50+ years ago. Last year, I was thrilled to review his latest, Tempest. This album is a must for any listener who loves music. Buy it.
5 people found this helpful
Helpful
Report
dgc
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Music makes you young
Reviewed in the United States on January 27, 2017
We gave our vinyl to our sons. We are glad to have our old but timeless Dylan album back. The compilations are good, but the songs were put together for a purpose on each album. It''s better to hear the songs all together. The sound on these CDs is remarkably good. The... See more
We gave our vinyl to our sons. We are glad to have our old but timeless Dylan album back. The compilations are good, but the songs were put together for a purpose on each album. It''s better to hear the songs all together. The sound on these CDs is remarkably good. The price was right, too.
3 people found this helpful
Helpful
Report
Rowf
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Bob Dylan; need I say more?
Reviewed in the United States on August 25, 2019
Love it
2 people found this helpful
Helpful
Report
J.R.E
3.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Great album, so-so remaster
Reviewed in the United States on February 27, 2006
The reissues of Bob Dylan and The Times They Are A-Changin'' are excellent releases on their own merits. Still, I can''t help but feel like both of these releases fall short of the phenomenal 2003 remasters of much of the Dylan catalog. Those discs were Hybrid-SACDs, packaged... See more
The reissues of Bob Dylan and The Times They Are A-Changin'' are excellent releases on their own merits. Still, I can''t help but feel like both of these releases fall short of the phenomenal 2003 remasters of much of the Dylan catalog. Those discs were Hybrid-SACDs, packaged in cardboard cases that replicated the original album jackets and artwork. By contrast, these 2005 remasters are regular old CDs, and packaged in standard, generic jewel cases. Curiously, the 2003 series was issued on the Sony/Legacy label, while the 2005 titles are released by Columbia. This may account for the difference.

Of course, the music is as great as it always was, and the remasters are much better than the old CDs. Still, it''s troubling to see Sony taking a step back from the care that they had previously given to the Dylan catalog. Here''s hoping Sony gives the future remasters of albums like The Basement Tapes and Pat Garrett and Billy the Kid the consideration they are due.
4 people found this helpful
Helpful
Report
Sam W. Shannon
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
nice
Reviewed in the United States on April 20, 2021
Good add to build up Dylan collection.
Helpful
Report
wilbo
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
this is Dylan
Reviewed in the United States on April 10, 2020
NOT original sleeve from Columbia, re-packaged.
Helpful
Report

Top reviews from other countries

Psb
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Man of constant sorrow...
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on August 28, 2018
Yes, I know this is where it all started for Bob Dylan, but, as someone who owns all his albums (save the last two "crooning" ones - "Fallen Angels"and "Triplicate") I have to admit that rarely play this album and find it a slightly grating, and at...See more
Yes, I know this is where it all started for Bob Dylan, but, as someone who owns all his albums (save the last two "crooning" ones - "Fallen Angels"and "Triplicate") I have to admit that rarely play this album and find it a slightly grating, and at times, difficult listen. It is largely made up of old blues covers, but they are sung nowhere near as appealingly as they are say, by the older Dylan, on "Good As I Been To You" or "World Gone Wrong". I find Dylan''s young voice just a little irritating on this album in places, although of course, I realise what an effect the album had, having been released by one so young. It is nowhere near as good an album as "The Freewheelin'' Bob Dylan" or "The Times They Are A-Changin''", though. Though released not long after, they are light years ahead. This set him on his way, though, but the whole folk/protest movement thing came over the next year or so, with his next two albums and contributions from other artists in the Greenwich Village folk scene. TRACK LISTING 1. You''re No Good 2. Talkin'' New York 3. In My Time Of Dyin'' 4. Man Of Constant Sorrow 5. Fixin'' To Die 6. Pretty Peggy-O 7. Highway 51 Blues 8. Gospel Plow 9. Baby, Let Me Follow You Down 10. House Of The Risin'' Sun 11. Freight Train Blues 12. Song To Woody There are good moments though, it has to be said. Some of the more bluesier numbers I quite like - the cutting "Talkin'' New York"; the powerful bottleneck blues of "In My Time Of Dyin''"; the pure blues of "Highway 51"; the moving "Man Of Constant Sorrow"; the acoustic, aggressive "Fixin'' To Die" and my favourite, "Baby Let Me Follow You Down". There is an almost punky, edgy, attack to Dylan''s renditions of these songs, it has to be said, and his harmonica throughout is revelatory. Dylan''s mournful take on "House Of The Rising Sun" is actually very evocative, but it is completely different to that made famous by The Animals (which was apparently inspired by a version by Josh White, not Dylan''s version). "Freight Train Blues", with that ridiculously drawn-out high-pitched bit just annoys me. In fact all the wailing on that track just doesn''t do it for me. I do have time for "Woody''s Song", however, it was one of the few written by Dylan and in it you can hear hints of the two albums that would follow over the next year. "See That My Grave Is Kept Clean" has its good points too in its menacing, lamenting tone. The protest songs began with this one. Dylan approaches it with a verve and vigour and a cynicism too. Incidentally, the mono version is excellent, particularly "In My Time Of Dyin''" and "Highway 51".
5 people found this helpful
Report
aproncook
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Hear Dylan''s early influences
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on June 19, 2021
I first bought the album in the 60s but over the years lost it, so it was good to play it again and listen to Dylan in his very early years as a performer. It''s not a classic but it''s important to see how he began his incredible life in music and poetry!
One person found this helpful
Report
Ian E.
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Remarkable debut
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on March 17, 2014
Though he''s mostly known as a songwriter, and especially as a wordsmith, Bob Dylan''s debut album features only two original compositions. And yet every track here is unmistakeably Dylan. Even more remarkably, although the entire album is simply Bob Dylan accompanying...See more
Though he''s mostly known as a songwriter, and especially as a wordsmith, Bob Dylan''s debut album features only two original compositions. And yet every track here is unmistakeably Dylan. Even more remarkably, although the entire album is simply Bob Dylan accompanying himself on guitar (and harmonica), such is the versatility and strength of his playing that there is never a point where extra musicians could have added anything. Dylan''s guitar playing at this early stage of his career was truly awesome, and it''s almost a shame that he later felt the need to go electric. Almost.
8 people found this helpful
Report
C G Woodhouse
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Japanese issue on Blu-Spec CD2 format. (BE AWARE ... the MP3/vinyl links are NOT for this album!)
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on April 11, 2021
This is an excellent Blu Spec CD2 compilation on Dylan Love Songs ... but is currently advertised as auto-rip compatible ... but it''s not - the link provided by email goes to a completely different album. Same with Beth vinyl & MP£ links. Amazon needs to clarify.
Report
John Smith
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Bargain Basement Collection Original Recordings
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on April 19, 2020
Cheapo looking knock together. It has a lot of his best songs, and the original versions. I wish they had taken a bit of time to design the packaging better but aside from that a good bargain
One person found this helpful
Report
See all reviews
Brief content visible, double tap to read full content.
Full content visible, double tap to read brief content.

Customers who viewed this item also viewed

Brief content visible, double tap to read full content.
Full content visible, double tap to read brief content.
Brief content visible, double tap to read full content.
Full content visible, double tap to read brief content.

Pages with related products.

  • 70s vinyl records
  • sundazed vinyl

Bob discount Dylan 180 high quality gm online

Bob discount Dylan 180 high quality gm online

Bob discount Dylan 180 high quality gm online

Bob discount Dylan 180 high quality gm online

Bob discount Dylan 180 high quality gm online

Bob discount Dylan 180 high quality gm online

Bob discount Dylan 180 high quality gm online

Bob discount Dylan 180 high quality gm online

Bob discount Dylan 180 high quality gm online

Bob discount Dylan 180 high quality gm online

Bob discount Dylan 180 high quality gm online

Bob discount Dylan 180 high quality gm online

Bob discount Dylan 180 high quality gm online

Bob discount Dylan 180 high quality gm online

Bob discount Dylan 180 high quality gm online

Bob discount Dylan 180 high quality gm online

Bob discount Dylan 180 high quality gm online

Bob discount Dylan 180 high quality gm online

Bob discount Dylan 180 high quality gm online

Bob discount Dylan 180 high quality gm online

Bob discount Dylan 180 high quality gm online

Bob discount Dylan 180 high quality gm online

Bob discount Dylan 180 high quality gm online

Bob discount Dylan 180 high quality gm online

Bob discount Dylan 180 high quality gm online

Bob discount Dylan 180 high quality gm online

Bob discount Dylan 180 high quality gm online

Bob discount Dylan 180 high quality gm online

Bob discount Dylan 180 high quality gm online

Bob discount Dylan 180 high quality gm online

Bob discount Dylan 180 high quality gm online

Bob discount Dylan 180 high quality gm online

Bob discount Dylan 180 high quality gm online

Bob discount Dylan 180 high quality gm online

Bob discount Dylan 180 high quality gm online