Dylan's 1965 Landmark Album
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This album is monumental in Dylan's career. It represents the first album performance featuring his use of the electric guitar. Side A is exclusively dedicated to this new found sound, while he returns to his roots on side B, reportedly to pacify folk purists. Both sides are exceptional.
Two of his most memorable and critically acclaimed compositions appear on the album-"Mr. Tambourine Man" and "It's Alright Ma (I'm only Bleeding)".
This transitional album is a collector's item and should be cherished as such. It takes Mr. Edison's invention to new heights.
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