From the Original Mono Masters. On his first all-electric LP, 1965's "Highway 61 Revisited", Bob Dylan decisively traded his folk roots for full-on rock 'n' roll. The result is one of his greatest and most enduring achievements, an album that Dylan himself has named as one of his best. The historic set contains some of the artist's most ambitious songwriting, including such classic compositions as "Like a Rolling Stone," "Highway 61 Revisited," "Ballad of a Thin Man," "Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues" and the 11-minute solo epic "Desolation Row." With a stellar studio band including guitarist Michael Bloomfield and keyboardist Al Kooper, "Highway 61 Revisited" captures Bob Dylan at his most intense and adventurous.
1.Like a Rolling Stone
3.It Takes a Lot to Laugh, It Takes a Train to Cry