℗ Originally released 1965. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment
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Bringing It All Back Home is Bob Dylan's fifth studio album and was released on March 27, 1965 on Columbia Records. It was originally divided into an electric and an acoustic side, and demonstrates Dylan's movement away from folk music and towards electric rock. The album is considered to be one of the greatest and most influential albums in rock history. In the Rolling Stone Record Guide in 1979, Dave Marsh wrote: "By fusing the Chuck Berry beat of the Rolling Stones and the Beatles with the leftist, folk tradition of the folk revival, Dylan really had brought it back home, creating a new kind of rock & roll [...] that made every type of artistic tradition available to rock."
- Peaked at #6 on Billboard's Pop Albums chart and #1 on the UK Albums chart.
- "Subterranean Homesick Blues" became Dylan's first single to chart in the US, peaking at #39.
- Certified Platinum by the RIAA
Recorded at Columbia Recording Studios, New Yor City on January 13-15, 1965.
Bob Dylan – guitar, harmonica, keyboards, vocals
John Boone – bass guitar
Al Gorgoni – guitar
Bobby Gregg – drums
Paul Griffin – piano, keyboards
John P. Hammond – guitar
Bruce Langhorne – guitar
Bill Lee – bass guitar
Joseph Macho, Jr. – bass guitar
Frank Owens – piano
Kenny Rankin – guitar
John B. Sebastian – bass guitar
Daniel Kramer – photography
Tom Wilson – production