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Bob Dylan: 'Dylan'

'While there may already be a vast number of Bob Dylan comps, this three-disc set is essential'

While there may already be a vast number of Bob Dylan ‘Best Ofs’, this three-disc set is essential. From his early street poet days penning the stunning likes of ‘Don’t Think Twice, It’s All Right’ and ‘It Ain’t Me Babe’ through to the race politics of ‘Hurricane’ and bluegrass shudder of ‘Everything Is Broken’, it sparkles from start to finish. Pure genius.



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9 / 10

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