Sixth studio album from legendary singer-songwriter Bob Dylan. Highway 61 Revisited was originally recorded in 1965 and was the first time that Dylan recorded with a backing band of rock musicians. The album went on to be one of the most influential recordings of the 1960s and is heralded as one of greatest rock albums of all time. Includes the songs: "Like A Rolling Stone," "Ballad Of A Thin Man," "Highway 61 Revisited," and "Desolation Row." Nine tracks in all. Released by Columbia as a faithful reproduction of the original 1965 mono album.
- faithful reproduction of the original 1965 mono album
- music label: Columbia 1965 / 2001
reviewed by Harry Mast 01/2016
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