11 Songs, 1 Hour

EDITORS’ NOTES

Apple Digital Master

EDITORS’ NOTES

Mastered for iTunes
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Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
17 Ratings

17 Ratings

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The album is like being a fly on the wall. Love it, but some of the songs have the sound of a pick hitting guitar wood. No? It drives me crazy through Up to me take 1

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The Sampler vs Single-disc

Apple released a version of ten songs from this boxed set that I thought was the Single-disc edition. I've listened to the Sampler a number of times now, and THAT compilation is a better companion to the original album. After Dylan's dry spell from 1970-73, where he released scattered versionos of his former writting ability, he broke back onto the charts with Blood on the Tracks. The Boxed set features 3 songs not on the final product-kind of. One is Call Letter Blues, later named Meet Me In The Morning, Up To Me-a solid gem! and a version of Spanish is the Loving tongue. The Sampler includes different verses than the final product on particular songs, ala G. Harrison's While My Guitar...So, if you're a casual Dylan fan, this will do you, but if you're more fan-atic, pick and choose various versions of the songs and create your own alternate version of the album!

westernsky888 ,

Blood on the Tracks and More Blood, More Tracks

Blood on the Tracks is a great record. It is still one of his best records and a close second to Highway 61 Revisited in my opinion. I still listen to both records on a regular basis as well as the pre Highway 61 Dylan records. . I listened to More Blood, More Tracks on NPR last night and I have to say I like the More Blood, More Tracks version just a little bit more than I do Blood on the Tracks. I would give both records 5 stars. This is an excellent collection of Bob Dylan songs no matter which version you listen to.

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