Subterranean Homesick Blues
by Bob Dylan
1965 was a great year for Dylan, first he released Bring It All Back Home and got his first Top 40 hit, and then, with Highway 61 Revisited he released one of the greatest songs ever written, the six-minute single, "Like A Rolling Stone."
With a career like Dylan's, a "best of" album is entirely necessary, and totally enjoyable.
Dylan's 33rd and latest release, Together Through Life, is markedly different from his early work; it is mostly country based, with some blues and plenty of accordian.
Dylan's first electric album is really only half electric; "Subterranean Homesick Blues" and others are electric, full band deals, but Dylan smartly leaves room for some excellent folk songs like the ever so classic "Mr. Tambourine Man."