Bob Dylan - Blood on the Tracks (2LP, 45 RPM, Box, 1STEP, SuperVinyl)
Bob Dylan - Blood on the Tracks (2LP, 45 RPM, Box, 1STEP, SuperVinyl)
Bob Dylan - Blood on the Tracks (2LP, 45 RPM, Box, 1STEP, SuperVinyl)
Bob Dylan - Blood on the Tracks (2LP, 45 RPM, Box, 1STEP, SuperVinyl)
Bob Dylan - Blood on the Tracks (2LP, 45 RPM, Box, 1STEP, SuperVinyl)
Bob Dylan - Blood on the Tracks (2LP, 45 RPM, Box, 1STEP, SuperVinyl)

Bob Dylan - Blood on the Tracks (2LP, 45 RPM, Box, 1STEP, SuperVinyl)

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Bob Dylan - vocals, guitar, harmonica (A1 to B3, C2, D2), Hammond organ (B2), mandolin (D1) [click here to see more vinyl featuring Bob Dylan]

Tony Brown (bass), Paul Griffin (organ), Buddy Cage (steel guitar)

Performer : Eric Weissberg And Deliverance

Written by Bob Dylan


2 LPs, box set

Limited to 9,000 numbered copies

Original analog Master tape : YES

UD1S (UltraDisc One-Step)

Heavy Press : 180g - SuperVinyl

Record color : black

Speed : 45 RPM

Size : 12'’



Record Press : RTI

Label : Mobile Fidelity Sound

Original Label :  Columbia

Recording: September 16–19 and December 27–30, 1974, at A&R Recording in New York City and Sound 80 studio in Minneapolis by Lou Schlossberg and Phil Giambalvo

Original producer : Bob Dylan

Engineer : Phil Ramone

Mastered by : Krieg Wunderlich and Shawn R. Britton

Producer : Murray Krugman, Sandy Pearlman

Originally released January 1975

Reissued Nov 2019


Tracks :

Side A :

  1. Tangled Up in Blue
  2. Simple Twist of Fate

Side B :

  1. You're a Big Girl Now
  2. Idiot Wind
  3. You're Gonna Make Me Lonesome When You Go

Side C :

  1. Meet Me in the Morning
  2. Lily, Rosemary and the Jack of Hearts

Side D :

  1. If You See Her, Say Hello
  2. Shelter from the Storm
  3. Buckets of Rain


Awards :

Rolling Stone 500 Greatest Albums of All Time - Ranked 9 / 500

Inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame in 2015.

Number 7 in the third edition of Colin Larkin's All Time Top 1000 Albums (2000)

1000 Recordings You Must Hear Before You Die - Ranked 342


Reviews :

« Following on the heels of an album where he repudiated his past with his greatest backing band, Blood on the Tracks finds Bob Dylan, in a way, retreating to the past, recording a largely quiet, acoustic-based album. But this is hardly nostalgia -- this is the sound of an artist returning to his strengths, what feels most familiar, as he accepts a traumatic situation, namely the breakdown of his marriage. This is an album alternately bitter, sorrowful, regretful, and peaceful, easily the closest he ever came to wearing his emotions on his sleeve. That's not to say that it's an explicitly confessional record, since many songs are riddles or allegories, yet the warmth of the music makes it feel that way. The original version of the album was even quieter -- first takes of "Idiot Wind" and "Tangled Up in Blue," available on The Bootleg Series, Vols. 1-3, are hushed and quiet (excised verses are quoted in the liner notes, but not heard on the record) -- but Blood on the Tracks remains an intimate, revealing affair since these harsher takes let his anger surface the way his sadness does elsewhere. As such, it's an affecting, unbearably poignant record, not because it's a glimpse into his soul, but because the songs are remarkably clear-eyed and sentimental, lovely and melancholy at once. And, in a way, it's best that he was backed with studio musicians here, since the professional, understated backing lets the songs and emotion stand at the forefront. Dylan made albums more influential than this, but he never made one better. » AllMusic Review by Stephen Thomas Erlewine

Bob Dylan was at several crossroads in the mid-1970s. Artistically, he was largely written off as being past his prime. Emotionally, he was suffering through a painful divorce from his then-wife Sara Lowndes. Creatively, he appeared at a stalemate, his previous decade's unprecedented run of transformational brilliance finished. Then came Blood on the Tracks. Dylan reached the height of his seminal 1970s work with this confessional 1975 classic featuring "Tangled Up In Blue," "Simple Twist of Fate," "Idiot Wind," "Lily, Rosemary and the Jack of Hearts," and six more classic tunes.

"Inevitably, when critics praise a new Dylan album, they label it the 'best since Blood on the Tracks,' and with good reason. Inspired by a crumbled marriage, and recorded after a tour with the Band had apparently re-ignited his creativity, Blood is among Dylan's masterpieces. The album's epic songs are well known, but its real high points are the shorter numbers — 'You're a Big Girl Now,' the flawless blues 'Meet Me in the Morning,' and the sweetly devastating 'Buckets of Rain.' These are songs of "images and distorted facts," each expressed through tangled points of view, and all of them blue." — David Cantwell


UltraDisc One-Step : Instead of utilizing the industry-standard three-step lacquer process, Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab's new UltraDisc One-Step (UD1S) uses only one step, bypassing two processes of generational loss. While three-step processing is designed for optimum yield and efficiency, UD1S is created for the ultimate in sound quality. Just as Mobile Fidelity pioneered the UHQR (Ultra High-Quality Record) with JVC in the 1980s, UD1S again represents another state-of-the-art advance in the record-manufacturing process. MFSL engineers begin with the original master tapes and meticulously cut a set of lacquers. These lacquers are used to create a very fragile, pristine UD1S stamper called a "convert." Delicate "converts" are then formed into the actual record stampers, producing a final product that literally and figuratively brings you closer to the music. By skipping the additional steps of pulling another positive and an additional negative, as done in the three-step process used in standard pressings, UD1S produces a final LP with the lowest noise floor possible today. The removal of the additional two steps of generational loss in the plating process reveals tremendous amounts of extra musical detail and dynamics, which are otherwise lost due to the standard copying process. The exclusive nature of these very limited pressings guarantees that every UD1S pressing serves as an immaculate replica of the lacquer sourced directly from the original master tape. Every conceivable aspect of vinyl production is optimized to produce the most perfect record album available today.

MoFi SuperVinyl: The World's Quietest Surfaces and Cleanest Grooves: Developed by NEOTECH and RTI, MoFi SuperVinyl is the most exacting-to-specification vinyl compound ever created. Analog lovers have never seen (or heard) anything like it. Extraordinarily expensive and extremely painstaking to produce, the special proprietary compound addresses two specific areas of improvement: noise floor reduction and enhanced groove definition. The vinyl composition features a new carbonless dye (hold the disc up to the light and see) and produces the world's quietest surfaces. This high-definition formula also allows for the creation of cleaner grooves that are indistinguishable from the original lacquer. MoFi SuperVinyl provides the closest approximation of what the label's engineers hear in the mastering lab.


Ratings :

Allmusic : 5 / 5

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