|Bob Dylan: the Collection|
|Compilation album by|
|Released||August 29, 2006|
|Recorded||1961-2007 at multiple locations|
|Genre||Country, folk, folk rock, rock|
|Producer||Barry Beckett, Stan Berkowitz, Robert Blackwell, Gordon Carroll, Rick Danko, Don DeVito, Bruce Dickinson, Bob Dylan, Rob Fraboni, Debbie Gold, John H. Hammond, Levon Helm, Garth Hudson, Glyn Johns, Bob Johnston, Mark Knopfler, Daniel Lanois, Richard Manuel, Brendan O'Brien, Chuck Plotkin, Robbie Robertson, Jeff Rosen, Leon Russell, Martin Scorsese, David Was, Don Was, Jerry Wexler, Tom Wilson|
|Bob Dylan chronology|
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|Disc Number||Title||Type||Number of songs||Total Time|
|2||The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan||Studio||13||49:43|
|3||The Times They Are a-Changin'||Studio||10||45:06|
|4||Another Side of Bob Dylan||Studio||11||50:50|
|5||Bringing It All Back Home||Studio||11||46:50|
|6||Highway 61 Revisited||Studio||9||51:04|
|7||Blonde on Blonde||Studio||14||1:12:33|
|8||Bob Dylan's Greatest Hits||Compilation||10||40:01|
|9||John Wesley Harding||Studio||12||38:20|
|13,14||Bob Dylan's Greatest Hits Vol. II||Compilation||21||1:17:8|
|15||Pat Garrett & Billy the Kid||Soundtrack||10||34:58|
|18,19||Before the Flood||Live||21||1:26:08|
|20||Blood on the Tracks||Studio||10||51:32|
|21,22||The Basement Tapes||Compilation||24||1:1:45|
|26, 27||Bob Dylan at Budokan||Live||22||1:39:40|
|28||Slow Train Coming||Studio||9||46:48|
|30||Shot of Love||Studio||10||44:20|
|34, 35, 36||Biograph||Compilation||53||3:35:28|
|37||Knocked Out Loaded||Studio||8||35:11|
|38||Dylan & The Dead||Live||7||44:02|
|39||Down in the Groove||Studio||10||31: 58|
|41||Under the Red Sky||Studio||10||35:25|
|42, 43, 44||The Bootleg Series, Vol. 1 (Rare & Unreleased) (1961-1991)||Compilation||58||3:49:40|
|45||Good as I Been to You||Studio||13||55:07|
|46, 47||The 30th Anniversary Concert Celebration||Live||4||21:51|
|48||World Gone Wrong||Studio||10||53:56|
|49||Bob Dylan's Greatest Hits Volume 3||Compilation||14||1:17:04|
|51||Time Out of Mind||Studio||11||1:12:36|
|52, 53||The Bootleg Series Vol. 4: Bob Dylan Live 1966, The "Royal Albert Hall" Concert||Live||15||1:29:54|
|54, 55||The Essential Bob Dylan||Compilation||30||2:03:43|
|56||"Love and Theft"||Studio||12||57:27|
|57, 58||The Bootleg Series Vol. 5: Bob Dylan Live 1975, The Rolling Thunder Revue||Live||22||1:41:55|
|59, 60||The Bootleg Series Vol. 6: Bob Dylan Live 1964, Concert at Philharmonic Hall||Live||19||1:33:36|
|61, 62||The Bootleg Series Vol. 7: No Direction Home: The Soundtrack||Compilation||18||2:20:57|
|63||The Best of Bob Dylan||Compilation||16||1:19:44|
|65||Rare Tracks from the Vaults||Compilation (Bonus tracks on iTunes)||42||3:01:12|
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