Wed, April 9, 9pm EDT - Bob Dylan: Highway 61 Revisited

Join me for the next "Album Night" and listen to the 6th studio album by American legend Bob Dylan. The opening track of Highway 61 Revisited is the notoriously famous "Like a Rolling Stone" with the iconic Hammond organ played by Al Kooper. The album starts on a high note and never lets up.  Share your thoughts on April 9 at 9pm EDT on this classic album!

13 comments

  • John Banrock

    John Banrock NY

    "Album Night" officially starts now! Start track 1 (hit play or put the needle down on side 1) of #BobDylan's Highway 61 Revisted. Share your thoughts on this classic album as you listen!

    "Album Night" officially starts now! Start track 1 (hit play or put the needle down on side 1) of #BobDylan's Highway 61 Revisted. Share your thoughts on this classic album as you listen!

  • John Banrock

    John Banrock NY

    I originally found my way to Dylan via Hendrix. Jimi's version of "Like a Rolling Stone" live at Winterland pretty much blew my mind and I was compelled to dig deeper for the original. Both versions are great in their own, very different way.

    I originally found my way to Dylan via Hendrix. Jimi's version of "Like a Rolling Stone" live at Winterland pretty much blew my mind and I was compelled to dig deeper for the original. Both versions are great in their own, very different way.

  • David

    David NJ

    First time I'm listening to this album. Heard a bunch of the songs before but not all and not together as an album. So far I'm loving it!

    First time I'm listening to this album. Heard a bunch of the songs before but not all and not together as an album. So far I'm loving it!

  • John Banrock

    John Banrock NY

    "Ballad of a Thin Man" starting now

    "Ballad of a Thin Man" starting now

  • John Banrock

    John Banrock NY

    "Highway 61 Revisited" was Dylan's 2nd album of 1965, after "Bringing It All Back Home". US release date of "Highway" was August 30, 1965

    "Highway 61 Revisited" was Dylan's 2nd album of 1965, after "Bringing It All Back Home". US release date of "Highway" was August 30, 1965

  • David

    David NJ

    Dylan truly has a command of the english language and weaves the words so brilliantly

    Dylan truly has a command of the english language and weaves the words so brilliantly

  • John Banrock

    John Banrock NY

    totally agree David! well said

    totally agree David! well said

  • David

    David NJ

    Wow, we're on the last song already!

    Wow, we're on the last song already!

  • John Banrock

    John Banrock NY

    good thing it's 11 and a half minutes! enjoy

    good thing it's 11 and a half minutes! enjoy

  • John Banrock

    John Banrock NY

    Ever wonder where the cover photo was taken? Wonder no longer! Front steps of 4 Gramercy Park West, New York City http://www.popspotsnyc.com/highway61revisited/

    Ever wonder where the cover photo was taken? Wonder no longer! Front steps of 4 Gramercy Park West, New York City
    http://www.popspotsnyc.com/highway61revisited/

  • David

    David NJ

    Tremendous album! Thanks for picking it john. I look forward to the next album night! I might give this one another spin right now

    Tremendous album! Thanks for picking it john. I look forward to the next album night! I might give this one another spin right now

  • John Banrock

    John Banrock NY

    Thanks for joining and sharing your thoughts David. Glad you enjoyed the album. Definitely a classic!

    Thanks for joining and sharing your thoughts David. Glad you enjoyed the album. Definitely a classic!

  • John Banrock

    John Banrock NY

    "Album Night" will return on Apr 23 with Jimi Hendrix Experience's Electric Ladyland

    "Album Night" will return on Apr 23 with Jimi Hendrix Experience's Electric Ladyland

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