Bob Dylan ~ Bringing It All Back Home ~ Released this week in 1965

March 21, 2018

Bob Dylan released his fifth studio album

Bringing It All Back Home

this week in 1965

Bringing It All Back Home

was the first of Dylan's albums to break into the US top 1

Bringing It All Back Home also topped the UK charts later that Spring


The lead-off track Subterranean Homesick Blues 

became Dylan's first single to chart in the US peaking at #39


The album's iconic cover

photographed by Daniel Kramer

features Sally Grossman wife of Dylan's manager Albert Grossman

lounging in the background

The artifacts scattered around the room

include vinyl LPs by The Impressions and Robert Johnson


Love Minus Zero/No Limit 

A low-key love song of a hallucinatory allegiance

and a poetic turn that exposes the paradoxes of love

"She knows there's no success like failure

and that failure's no success at all"


In The Studio

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

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