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Highway 61 Revisited - A Tribute To Bob Dylan

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Highway 61 Revisited
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Stuck Inside Of Mobile With The Memphis Blues Again
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I Want You
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Like A Rolling Stone
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Things Have Changed
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Gotta Serve Somebody
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Just Like A Woman
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Tangled Up In Blue
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All Along The Watchtower
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The Times They Are A-Changin'
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Hurricane
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Positively 4th Street
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Knockin' On Heaven's Door
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 13   Total Length: 61:03

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This is weak

EMUSIC-01E2EC22

These covers dont even sound like the song, the singing is totally off and different and bad. I'm surprised this was even allowed to be made, this is awful, truly the worst sounding vocals. Original Bob Dylan is great though.

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Duh - it's a tribute album

akpryormoore

To the previous clueless posters: HELLO- this is independent music. Dylan is on a major label. You have no one but yourself to blame if you don't bother to listen to a sample or even read who the artist is before buying a song.

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Total Bullshit!!!

woodstocker69

No wonder why I canceled my subscription with poser crap from a Dylan wannabe like this!

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Dumb f*cks

Scratch

Boy, there really are some dumbasses still managing to walk upright? There's nothing REPEAT NOTHING!! about the way this is presented that would make any sentient life form think it's really Bob.

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Misleading Category

rickrgrs

Emusic - this is a beta test right? You needed to kick this lame e*record store into the market before you could really build an impressive library, right? I guess you can't afford to make real Dylan tunes available at 33 cents a pop. Itunes won't loose any sleep.

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Ridiculous

danjport

Thought I was getting a couple of actual Bob Dylan songs; what a joke.

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WOW

zosimo

I can't believe that this is even on here!! I am sorry emusic, but this is terrible. Who ever the hell these guys are they should not attempt to play any more dylan songs because they ruin the whole aspect of the songs. Give Up!!!

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highway 61 revisited

pookatoo

It shouldn't be listed right under bob dylan. maybe under bob dylan's albums with a clear denoter that it is a tribute... not just the words in the title because it is very misleading.

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misleading

nigelg

The links don't make it clear that this NOT Bob Dylan but a bunch of wannabies

They Say All Music Guide

Joel Gilbert is a Bob Dylan aficionado, musician, and author who seems to have dedicated his life to uniting his three primary interests. As leader of the Dylan tribute band Highway 61 Revisited, Gilbert emulates Dylan from the voice on down through the music, the expressions, the fashion, and the gear. It’s a little freaky, yet Gilbert has nevertheless garnered numerous accolades for his portrayal. This album captures Highway 61 Revisited versions of 13 memorable Dylan tracks. While Gilbert’s vocal impersonation is spot-on throughout, especially on “I Want You” and “Tangled up in Blue,” the instrumentation is at times a bit too slick to fully paint the picture desired. “Like a Rolling Stone”‘s classic rock electric guitar is irritating, and “Highway 61 Revisited” itself is a little too busy with its noodling guitar licks and barroom piano. While these aren’t necessarily bad versions of Dylan classics, they don’t live up to the hype Gilbert has created around his act. That said, besides an occasional habit of sounding like a guy trying to sound like Mark Knopfler if he tried to sound like Bob Dylan (“Things Have Changed”), Gilbert and his band present an effective, mildly entertaining facsimile of their hero and his music. – Johnny Loftus

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