‘The Freewheelin’ Bob Dylan’ is his second studio album featuring contemporary words to traditional melodies and released on May 27, 1963 by Columbia.
Track Listing : 1.Blowin’ In The Wind (Bob Dylan) – 02:48 . 2.Girl From The North Country (Bob Dylan) – 03:22 . 3.Masters Of War (Bob Dylan) – 04:34 . 4.Down The Highway (Bob Dylan) – 03:27 . 5.Bob Dylan‘S Blues (Bob Dylan) – 02:23 . 6.A Hard Rain’S A-Gonna Fall (Bob Dylan) – 06:55 . 7.Don’T Think Twice, It’S All Right (Bob Dylan) – 03:40 . 8.Bob Dylan‘S Dream (Bob Dylan) – 05:03 . 9.Oxford Town (Bob Dylan) – 01:50 . 10.Talkin’ World War Iii Blues (Bob Dylan) – 06:28 . 11.Corrina, Corrina (Traditional) – 02:44 . 12.Honey, Just Allow Me One More Chance (Bob Dylann, Henry Thomas) – 02:01 . 13.I Shall Be Free (Bob Dylan) – 04:49
Musicians : Bob Dylan – Guitar, Harmonica, Keyboards, Vocals . Howard Collins – Guitar . George Barnes – Bass Guitar . Leonard Gaskin – Bass Guitar . Bruce Langhorne – Guitar . Herb Lovelle – Drums . Gene Ramey – Double Bass . Dick Wellstood – Piano
Production : Produced By John H. Hammond, Tom Wilson
Package : Nat Hentoff – Liner Notes . Don Hunstein – Album Cover Photographer
Recorded On April 24–25, July 9, October 26, November 1 And 15, December 6, 1962and April 24, 1963 At Columbia Records Studio A, 799 Seventh Avenue, New York City.
Released On May 27, 1963 By Columbia Records.
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