BOB DYLAN’S 50 GREATEST SONGS RANKED [ THE GUARDIAN ARTICLE}

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The Guardian- ranking their 5 Greatest Bob Dylan Songs. Bob released his debut album nearly 60 years ago. I don’t know where I would even start in making a list of his best songs. I do know that I would agree with their choice at #1- “Like A Rolling Stone.”

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7 responses to “BOB DYLAN’S 50 GREATEST SONGS RANKED [ THE GUARDIAN ARTICLE}

  1. I agree with the list more or less. I would add, Under Your Spell from Knocked Out Loaded and Nettie Moore from Modern Times. Actually, now that I think about it, I would change a few of them, but hey, that’s why Dylan is one of the all time greats.

  2. I thought Blowin’ in the Wind was too far down…but I was happy A Simple Twist of Fate is higher than I thought. It’s too hard to rank them.

    • There are artists who I find impossible to rank- Bob is one of them. I think I could [although of course it wouldn’t be easy} rank Beatles songs- but Dylan would be very difficult. I think everyone has their favorites. His catalog is also so huge..

    • So huge and so varied…it’s hard. Even for the Beatles to rank She Loves You against Come Together… it would be difficult.

  3. I was introduced to Bob Dylan by a teacher, who played him all night as he was driving to France. I got quite fond of ‘Mr Tambourine man’ I can strum ‘Blowin’ in The Wind:)
    I don’t have much of a repertoire. Glad to see things seem a bit better in New York.

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