Bob Dylan releases ‘Blonde on Blonde,’ his seventh album featuring ‘Rainy Day Women #12’, ‘I Want You’ and ‘Just Like a Woman’ (1966)

Bob Dylan’s ‘Blonde on Blonde’ is his seventh studio album produced by Bob Johnston and released on May 16, 1966 by Columbia Records.

Track Listing : 1.Rainy Day Women #12 & 35 (Bob Dylan) – 04:36 . 2.Pledging My Time (Bob Dylan) – 03:50 . 3.Visions Of Johanna (Bob Dylan) – 07:33 . 4.One Of Us Must Know (Sooner Or Later) (Bob Dylan) – 04:54 . 5.I Want You (Bob Dylan) – 03:07 . 6.Stuck Inside Of Mobile With The Memphis Blues Again (Bob Dylan) – 07:05 . 7.Leopard-Skin Pill-Box Hat (Bob Dylan) – 03:58 . 8.Just Like A Woman (Bob Dylan) – 04:52 . 9.Most Likely You Go Your Way (And I’Ll Go Mine) (Bob Dylan) – 03:30 . 10.Temporary Like Achilles (Bob Dylan) – 05:02 . 11.Absolutely Sweet Marie (Bob Dylan) – 04:57 . 12.4Th Time Around (Bob Dylan) – 04:35 . 13.Obviously 5 Believers (Bob Dylan) – 03:35 . 14.Sad Eyed Lady Of The Lowlands (Bob Dylan) – 11:23


Jerry Schatzberg

Musicians : Bob Dylan – Vocals, Guitar, Harmonica, Piano . Bill Aikins – Keyboards . Wayne Butler – Trombone . Kenneth A. Buttrey – Drums . Rick Danko Or Bill Lee – Bass Guitar (New York) . Bobby Gregg – Drums (New York) . Paul Griffin – Piano (New York) . Jerry Kennedy – Guitar . Al Kooper – Organ, Guitar . Charlie Mccoy – Bass Guitar, Guitar, Harmonica, Trumpet . Wayne Moss – Guitar, Vocals . Hargus Pig Robbins – Piano, Keyboards . Robbie Robertson – Guitar, Vocals . Henry Strzelecki – Bass Guitar . Joe South – Bass Guitar, Guitar

Production : Produced By Bob Johnston . Michael Brauer – Mixing

Package : Jerry Schatzberg – Cover Photographer

Recorded On October 5, 1965, November 30, 1965 and January 25, 1966 At Studio A, Columbia Recording Studios, New York, February 14–17 And March 8–10, 1966,At Columbia Music Row Studios, Nashville, Tennessee..

Released On May 16, 1966 By Columbia Records.

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Rolling Stone
The pace of recording echoed the amphetamine velocity of Dylan’s songwriting and touring schedule at the time. But the combined presence of trusted hands like organist Al Kooper and Hawks guitarist Robbie Robertson with expert local sessionmen created an almost contradictory magnificence […]

The Great Albums
Dylan insisted on recording liveand Johnston removed all of the sound baffles separating the musicians so that they could record in a circle, playing off one another during a series of gloriously sloppy extended jams. Most of the 14 tracks were captured on the first or second take, shortly after Dylan finished writing them. “The musicians played cards, I wrote out a song, we’d do it, they’d go back to their game and I’d write out another song,” the artist said in 1968. […]

PopMatters
Counterbalance No. 7: Bob Dylan’s ‘Blonde on BlondeBy combining acoustic and electric sounds, plus pop and blues structures, Blonde on Blonde really does form the basis for much of the roots rock that has come after. Dylan’s gift for melody is all over this record (“I Want You”, “Just Like a Woman”, “4th Time Around”), tooand I maintain that it’s his ability to create great melodies that set his songs so far apart. […]

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