I haven't posted on a Bob Dylan album yet because frankly, his albums are all so personal to me that anything I write about them will be like exposing a piece of me that's been so entwined with his music and too close to home to share. I think a lot of die hard Dylan fans would agree.
However, Bobby D served as a recovery drink to the accidental Horcrux that was created when a part of my soul died listening to Liz Phair. I've decided now that I will listen to a Dylan album after an album that has made me contemplate quitting this marathon. You'll know all the albums I dislike by where a Dylan album follows. I'm glad there isn't a shortage of Dylan on the list :)
|This one is my favorite!!!|
I'm also intimidated to post anything on a Dylan album because they are all so packed with genius that there is nowhere to begin and I could write a thesis on how important this album is, but I will spare you 50 pages of thoughts.