Poll #9: Greatest Bob Dylan Album Ever

The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan
3% (1 vote)
The Times They Are A-Changin'
8% (3 votes)
Another Side of Bob Dylan
0% (0 votes)
Bringing It All Back Home
3% (1 vote)
Highway 61 Revisited
22% (8 votes)
Blonde on Blonde
19% (7 votes)
Bob Dylan Live 1966
3% (1 vote)
The Basement Tapes
0% (0 votes)
John Wesley Harding
3% (1 vote)
Blood on the Tracks
17% (6 votes)
6% (2 votes)
The Bootleg Series Volumes 1-3
3% (1 vote)
Time Out Of Mind
11% (4 votes)
Love and Theft
0% (0 votes)
Modern Times
3% (1 vote)
Total votes: 36

Bobs not my uncle...

Ahh... the love affair continues. Where are all the Duran Duran, Toto and Three Dog Night polls? Here's my favorite Dylan(esque) track:


"Weird Al" Yankovic - Bob Dylan Parody


Keep fightin' the fight Cowie! KH

That's classic! Great clip!

That's classic! Great clip! Thanks. But sorry to hear about your love for Toto. Mike

Stay on topic...

I don't want to pull this discussion off the rails but can ANYONE seriously question the impact, merits and legend of TOTO??? Dylan's OK... but has he EVER penned a song worthy of "Roseanna"? ; ) KH

none of the above

the best bob dylan album by far is the 1962 "bob dylan"


Ok lets get real here people. I like Bob Dylan, but hes a great musician purely on the basis of how early he started. Its like Rocket Richard, he was great when the game was in its infancy(perhaps full on childhood), but when he played alongside Gordie Howe he didnt really stack up anymore. Thats like Bob Dylan, great but never grew a ton as music developed. As for Toto, Roseanna is a great tune, most of the other stuff is pretty cheesy but they appear as studio guys on lots of other stuff, including Michael Jacksons Thriller (alonside the legendary Jeff Porcaro, Everyones gone to the movies by Steely Dan contains his excellent drumming) I realize my comment was made weaker by having to associate it in some way with the dan but lets face it, they are the ultimate measuring stick when it comes to fully developed, rich complete music, unless you get into the realms of jazz where the cupboard isnt quite so bare.