Bob Dylan releases ‘Bringing It All Back Home,’ his fifth album featuring ‘Subterranean Homesick Blues,’ ‘Maggie’s Farm’ …. (1965)

Bob Dylan’s ‘Bringing It All Back Home’ is his fifth (half electric and half acoustic) studio album released March 27, 1965 by Columbia.

Track Listing : 1.Subterranean Homesick Blues (Bob Dylan) – 02:21 . 2.She Belongs To Me (Bob Dylan) – 02:47 . 3.Maggie’S Farm (Bob Dylan) – 03:54 . 4.Love Minus Zero/No Limit (Bob Dylan) – 02:51 . 5.Outlaw Blues (Bob Dylan) – 03:05 . 6.On The Road Again (Bob Dylan) – 02:35 . 7.Bob Dylan‘S 115Th Dream (Bob Dylan) – 06:30 . 8.Mr. Tambourine Man (Bob Dylan) – 05:30 . 9.Gates Of Eden (Bob Dylan) – 05:40 . 10.It’S Alright, Ma (I’M Only Bleeding) (Bob Dylan) – 07:29 . 11.It’S All Over Now, Baby Blue (Bob Dylan) – 04:12

Musicians : Bob Dylan – Guitar, Harmonica, Keyboards, Vocals . John Boone – Bass Guitar . Al Gorgoni – Guitar . Bobby Gregg – Drums . John P. Hammond – Guitar . Bruce Langhorne – Guitar . Bill Lee – Bass Guitar . Joseph Macho, Jr. – Bass Guitar . Kenny Rankin – Guitar . John B. Sebastian – Bass Guitar . Paul Griffin – Piano, Keyboards On (1 – 2 – 4 – 5 – 7) . Frank Owens – Piano On (3 – 6 – 10 – 9 – 8 – 11)

Production : Produced By Tom Wilson . Michael Brauer – Mixing . Greg Calbi – Mastering . Peter Dauria – Engineer . Roy Hallee – Engineer . George Marino – Mastering

Package : Bob Dylan – Liner Notes, . Daniel Kramer – Photography

Recorded On January 14, 1965 At Columbia’S Studio In New York.

Released On March 27, 1965 By Columbia.

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Released the same year as Highway 61 Revisited (a landmark year for Bob Dylan and pretty much everyone making music), Bringing It All Back Home was the first shot. It’s Bob Dylan embracing more conventional rock and pop formats, where his previous work had been all earnest prophet folk. A risky gamble, no doubt. […]

The Album Cover Art Gallery
The back cover has a nice shot of Bob with Joan Baez, she with the harmonica and guitar in hand. The front cover brings us Bob and a few friends relaxing with a smoke, some records and a magazine or two. Early Bob Dylan at it’s best. […]

Sabotage Times
In 1965 Bob Dylan split music opinion so acutely that in some camps it’s a debate that still rages on. Up until Bringing It All Back Home arrived Dylan was heralded as the beatnik poet – loved the world over for his folk musings and acoustic troubadouring. But with his fifth album he decided to change all of that. […]

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