|Greatest hits album by|
|Released||October 2, 2007|
|Bob Dylan chronology|
Dylan is a greatest hits album by American singer-songwriter Bob Dylan. The collection was released on October 2, 2007by Columbia Records and Legacy Recordings with worldwide distribution through Sony BMG. It was released as a single-disc CD and a three-disc Deluxe Edition (containing 51 songs), which was released as a digipack and a box set presented in replica-vinyl packaging, along with 10 postcards and an extensive booklet. The Deluxe Edition includes the 1971 version of "You Ain't Goin' Nowhere" although the album's liner notes erroneously state that it is the 1967 version.
All songs were written by Bob Dylan, except where noted.
|1.||"Blowin' in the Wind" (from The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan , 1963)||2:48|
|2.||"The Times They Are a-Changin'" (from The Times They Are a-Changin' , 1964)||3:15|
|3.||"Subterranean Homesick Blues" (from Bringing It All Back Home , 1965)||2:21|
|4.||"Mr. Tambourine Man" (from Bringing It All Back Home , 1965)||5:30|
|5.||"Maggie's Farm" (from Bringing It All Back Home , 1965)||3:54|
|6.||"Like a Rolling Stone" (from Highway 61 Revisited , 1965)||6:09|
|7.||"Positively 4th Street" (from Bob Dylan's Greatest Hits , 1967)||3:54|
|8.||"Just Like a Woman" (from Blonde on Blonde , 1966)||4:51|
|9.||"Rainy Day Women 12 & 35" (from Blonde on Blonde , 1966)|
|10.||"All Along the Watchtower" (from John Wesley Harding , 1967)||2:33|
|11.||"Lay Lady Lay" (from Nashville Skyline , 1969)||3:19|
|12.||"Knockin' on Heaven's Door" (from Pat Garrett & Billy the Kid , 1973)||2:33|
|13.||"Tangled Up in Blue" (from Blood on the Tracks , 1975)||5:42|
|14.||"Hurricane" (from Desire , 1976)||8:34|
|15.||"Make You Feel My Love" (from Time Out of Mind , 1997)||3:33|
|16.||"Things Have Changed" (from Wonder Boys (Music from the Motion Picture) , 2000)||5:09|
|17.||"Someday Baby" (from Modern Times , 2006)||4:56|
|18.||"Forever Young" (from Planet Waves , 1974)||4:55|
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