Bob Dylan's Greatest Hits, Vol. 3

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All Music Guide - William Ruhlmann
Bob Dylan's first greatest-hits album was released in 1967, and his second in 1971. Twenty-three years later came his third, and it's a reasonable compilation of the better-known songs he produced over the period, notably standards like "Knockin' on Heaven's Door" and "Forever Young," Dylan chart hits like "Tangled Up in Blue" and "Hurricane," songs that have been covered extensively by other singers, such as "Ring Them Bells," and some of the better album tracks, such as "Changing of the Guard" and "Brownsville Girl." In an effort to span the period, a few lesser, later songs such as "Silvio" and "Under the Red Sky" are included, while some stronger, earlier songs are...
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All Music Guide - William Ruhlmann
Bob Dylan's first greatest-hits album was released in 1967, and his second in 1971. Twenty-three years later came his third, and it's a reasonable compilation of the better-known songs he produced over the period, notably standards like "Knockin' on Heaven's Door" and "Forever Young," Dylan chart hits like "Tangled Up in Blue" and "Hurricane," songs that have been covered extensively by other singers, such as "Ring Them Bells," and some of the better album tracks, such as "Changing of the Guard" and "Brownsville Girl." In an effort to span the period, a few lesser, later songs such as "Silvio" and "Under the Red Sky" are included, while some stronger, earlier songs are not "Simple Twist of Fate," "SeƱor," "Emotionally Yours," and "Everything Is Broken". But on the whole, the selection is excellent, and this is the album to get for that Dylan fan who stopped listening to him at the end of the '60s.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 11/15/1994
  • Label: Sony
  • UPC: 074646678329
  • Catalog Number: 66783

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Bob Dylan Primary Artist, Guitar, Harmonica, Piano, Electric Guitar, Rhythm Guitar, Keyboards, Vocals
Mason Ruffner Guitar
Jerry Garcia Vocals, Background Vocals
George Harrison Slide Guitar
Al Kooper Keyboards
Robbie Robertson Guitar
Mick Taylor Guitar
Bob Weir Vocals, Background Vocals
Rick Danko Bass
Carol Hunter Background Vocals
Clydie King Background Vocals
Scarlet Rivera Violin
Rob Stoner Bass
Peggi Blu Background Vocals
Jim Keltner Drums
Ronee Blakley Vocals
Bobbye Hall Percussion
Steven Soles Guitar, Rhythm Guitar, Background Vocals
Kenny Aronoff Drums
Michael Baird Drums
Barry Beckett Percussion, Keyboards
Benmont Tench Keyboards
Bill Berg Drums
Malcolm Burn Keyboards
Alan Clark Organ, Piano
Billy Cross Guitar
Carolyn Dennis Background Vocals
Tim Drummond Bass
Sly Dunbar Drums
Nathan East Bass
Carl Fortina Organ, Harmonium, Spinet
Steve Gorman Drums
Jo Ann Harris Background Vocals
Regina Havis Background Vocals
Don Heffington Drums
Levon Helm Drums
Muffy Hendrix Background Vocals
Garth Hudson Organ
Ira Ingber Guitar
Gregg Inhofer Keyboards
Mark Knopfler Guitar
Danny Kortchmar Guitar
Daniel Lanois Bass, Guitar, Percussion
Steve Madaio Trumpet
David Mansfield Mandolin, Violin
Richard Manuel Piano
Queen Esther Marrow Background Vocals
Roger McGuinn Guitar
Vince Melamed Keyboards
Brent Mydland Vocals, Background Vocals
Cyril Neville Drums, talking drum
Brendan O'Brien Bass, Guitar, Keyboards
Alan Pasqua Keyboards
Brenda Patterson Background Vocals
Terry Paul Bass
Carl Pickhardt Piano
Madelyn Quebec Background Vocals
Steve Ripley Guitar
Luther Rix Conga
Jerry Scheff Bass
Carl Sealove Bass
Robbie Shakespeare Bass
Helena Springs Background Vocals
Fred Tackett Guitar
Ian Wallace Drums
Don Was Bass
Chris Weber 12-string Guitar
Donna Weiss Background Vocals
Pick Withers Drums
Elesecia Wright Background Vocals
Howie Wyeth Drums
Glenn Fukunaga Bass
Waddy Wachtel Guitar
Roddy Colonna Drums
Tom Drummond Bass
Regina McCreary Background Vocals
Ken Odegard Guitar
Bill Preston Bass
Rick Taylor Banjo
Steve Douglas Saxophone
Technical Credits
Bob Dylan Composer, Producer
Robert Hunter Composer
Barry Beckett Producer
Gordon Carroll Producer
Don DeVito Producer
Mark Knopfler Producer
Daniel Lanois Producer
Brendan O'Brien Producer
Chuck Plotkin Producer
David Was Producer
Don Was Producer
Jerry Wexler Producer
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Essential Dylan

    Tangled Up In Blue will give you a lesson in Bob's prowess with poetry. It's frequently a treat to listen closely to the words in his music. This package of hits (and not quite hits) is quite diverse in time and spirit, but is very listenable.

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    Posted April 30, 2009

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