|The Complete Album Collection Vol. One|
|Box set by|
|Released||November 4, 2013|
|Bob Dylan chronology|
The Complete Album Collection Vol. One is a forty-seven disc box set released on November 4, 2013 by Bob Dylan. It includes thirty-five albums released between 1962 and 2012, six live albums, and a compilation album unique to the set, Side Tracks , which contains previously released material unavailable on regular studio or live albums.
This release is the first time that the 1973 album Dylan has been released on CD in North America. Fourteen of the albums have been remastered for this release.Also included was a hardcover book featuring extensive new album-by-album liner notes penned by Clinton Heylin and a new introduction written by Bill Flanagan.
The Bob Dylan Complete Album Collection Vol. One was also available as a limited-edition harmonica-shaped USB stick containing all the music, in both MP3 and FLAC lossless formats, with a digital version of the hardcover booklet, housed in a deluxe numbered box.
The 2013 remasters, fourteen of which have never been remastered before, were prepared for the release of this box set.
Although Shot of Love was omitted from the list of the 14 newly remastered titles announced in the pre-release promotional material, it is in fact remastered like the other 2013 remasters.
The 2013 remaster of Self Portrait that is used, on the other hand, is the remaster that first appeared in the deluxe edition of The Bootleg Series Vol. 10 , released in August 2013.
The new 2013 remastered albums are available only in this box set with the sole exception of the Japanese-only CD versions released by Sony Music Entertainment (Japan) in 2014. These albums are marked as including cardboard mini LP sleeves + Blu-spec CD2.
|Disc 1||Bob Dylan||1962||2005 Remaster|
|Disc 2||The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan||1963||2003 Remaster|
|Disc 3||The Times They Are a-Changin'||1964||2005 Remaster|
|Disc 4||Another Side of Bob Dylan||2003 Remaster|
|Disc 5||Bringing It All Back Home||1965|
|Disc 6||Highway 61 Revisited|
|Disc 7||Blonde on Blonde||1966|
|Disc 9||John Wesley Harding||1967|
|Disc 10||Nashville Skyline||1969|
|Disc 11||Self Portrait||1970||2013 Remaster|
|Disc 12||New Morning||2009 Remaster|
|Disc 13||Pat Garrett & Billy the Kid||1973||2013 Remaster|
|Disc 15||Planet Waves||1974||2003 Remaster|
|Disc 16||Before the Flood||2009 Remaster|
|Disc 18||Blood on the Tracks||1975||2003 Remaster|
|Disc 19||The Basement Tapes||2009 Remaster|
|Disc 21||Desire||1976||2003 Remaster|
|Disc 22||Hard Rain||2013 Remaster|
|Disc 23||Street-Legal (1978 original mix)||1978|
|Disc 24||Bob Dylan at Budokan||1979|
|Disc 26||Slow Train Coming||2003 Remaster|
|Disc 27||Saved||1980||2013 Remaster|
|Disc 28||Shot of Love||1981|
|Disc 29||Infidels||1983||2003 Remaster|
|Disc 30||Real Live||1984||2013 Remaster|
|Disc 31||Empire Burlesque||1985|
|Disc 32||Knocked Out Loaded||1986|
|Disc 33||Down in the Groove||1988|
|Disc 34||Dylan & the Dead||1989||2009 Remaster|
|Disc 35||Oh Mercy||2003 Remaster|
|Disc 36||Under the Red Sky||1990||2013 Remaster|
|Disc 37||Good as I Been to You||1992|
|Disc 38||World Gone Wrong||1993|
|Disc 39||MTV Unplugged||1995||Original CD master|
|Disc 40||Time Out of Mind||1997|
|Disc 41||Love and Theft||2001||2003 Remaster|
|Disc 42||Modern Times||2006||Original CD master|
|Disc 43||Together Through Life||2009|
|Disc 44||Christmas in the Heart|
|Disc 46||Side Tracks||2013||2013 Remaster|
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|Released||November 4, 2013|
|Bob Dylan chronology|
All songs written and composed by Bob Dylan, except where noted.
Despite the "completeness" of this collection there are still several released recordings which were not included:
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