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The Best Of The Original Mono Recordings

by Bob Dylan

The Best Of The Original Mono Recordings by Bob Dylan

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The Best Of The Original Mono Recordings

by Bob Dylan

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Label: Columbia/Legacy
If you aren't up to plowing through Bob's first eight albums to see how the mono versions differ from their stereo counterparts, then this best-of collection is for you. Because every one of these 15 tracks is a classic, you should detect the myriad differences between mono and stereo immediately. Take "Like a Rolling Stone" for example: Bob's voice/harmonica and Al Kooper's organ move to the middle of the overall sound, while the bass, drums and guitar push to the front. For those who have a hard time dealing with Dylan's nasally howl, these mono recordings will make more sense.

About This Album

If you aren't up to plowing through Bob's first eight albums to see how the mono versions differ from their stereo counterparts, then this best-of collection is for you. Because every one of these 15 tracks is a classic, you should detect the myriad differences between mono and stereo immediately. Take "Like a Rolling Stone" for example: Bob's voice/harmonica and Al Kooper's organ move to the middle of the overall sound, while the bass, drums and guitar push to the front. For those who have a hard time dealing with Dylan's nasally howl, these mono recordings will make more sense.

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About This Album

If you aren't up to plowing through Bob's first eight albums to see how the mono versions differ from their stereo counterparts, then this best-of collection is for you. Because every one of these 15 tracks is a classic, you should detect the myriad differences between mono and stereo immediately. Take "Like a Rolling Stone" for example: Bob's voice/harmonica and Al Kooper's organ move to the middle of the overall sound, while the bass, drums and guitar push to the front. For those who have a hard time dealing with Dylan's nasally howl, these mono recordings will make more sense.