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Album Credits

Performance Credits

Bob Dylan   Primary Artist,Guitar,Harmonica,Piano,Keyboards,Vocals
Michael Bloomfield   Guitar
Kooper   Organ,Guitar,Piano,Horn,Keyboards
Sam Lay   Drums
Bobby Gregg   Drums
Harvey Brooks   Bass
Harvey Goldstein   Bass
Paul Griffin   Organ,Piano,Keyboards
Frank Owens   Piano
Russ Savakus   Bass
Charlie McCoy   Guitar,Harmonica
Charles McCoy   Guitar

Technical Credits

Bob Dylan   Sound Effects,Liner Notes
Steven Berkowitz   Reissue Producer
Didier C. Deutsch   Tape Research
Bob Johnston   Producer
Tom Wilson   Producer
Daniel Kramer   Cover Photo
Tom Wilson   Producer

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Highway 61 Revisited 4.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 14 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This could be considered one Bob's best. It is at least up with Blonde On Blonde, Bringing It All Back Home, and Blood On The Tracks. This is a short and informationless review but this album is a classic.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Man, I can believe I bought this album, the best albums that I bought, I feel adjusted to this song call "Desolation Row", if the song finishes play that song again, my other favorite song "Like a rolling stone" (A Put Down Song if you get very angry hear this song and the album) "Just Like Tom Thumbs Blues" Sounds like a stripers place or somethng connecting to that, and the 11 minute song "desolation row" a poem song that i said hoow what a long song but the lyrics are well writen, a poem song. the best albun that i like and the best albums i got in my bob dylan collection
Guest More than 1 year ago
I don't know, something tells me this album is a tad overrated. Don't get me wrong, it is very, very good. Is it really as high as the 4th best album of all time (which was what Rolling Stone Magazine named it)? Well, regardless of all that, this c.d. contains one of my favorite Dylan songs of all time: "Ballad of a Thin Man." This album is recommended.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I am a true Bob Dylan fan and this is the BEST of Dylan.
Guest More than 1 year ago
From the opening snare shot of "Like A Rolling Stone" to the last harmonica note of the 11 minute epic "Desolation Row" Dylan made himself an icon of music and American pop culture. This history making recording deserves all the lavish credit it gets. It's introspection, humor, cynicism, and the sheer energy of Dylan's nasal vocals leaves an immediate and powerful impression. This album influences music and pop culture to this day, and even though his cryptic lyrics steal the show, the music ain't bad either. Dylan's lyrics are beautiful because you can interpret them however you like. Every song is unique and he never gets boxed into any particular style. Music like this will never be made again, so if you want to take a mind blowing 51 minute trip into bliss, I suggest you pick up music I'd love to be lost on a desert island with.
JohnQ More than 1 year ago
After the disappointment of Dylan's very first album he proceeded to put out a string of practically perfect recordings. Is it possible to say which in that string the best is? Perhaps not, but the presence of Ballad of A Thin Man makes this the one I would find hardest to leave behind.
glauver More than 1 year ago
After listening to it for almost 30 years I rank this album just below Blonde on Blonde and Blood on the Tracks in the Dylan canon. Desolation Row seems to be under-arranged and slightly long and the effects on the title track seem dated but that is quibbling on my part. Almost all the songs appear on one of Dylan's many live albums, so he apparently feels they are classics. For my part, I prefer Tombstone Blues and From a Buick 6 to the overexposed Like a Rolling Stone. PS: Mike Bloomfield does some great pre-Hendrix guitar playing on this CD.
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