Bob Dylan

The 70s

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Throughout his career, Dylan went through many phases, winding from his Woody Guthrie-molded folksinger beginnings through a more controversial rock & roll rebirth in the late '60s and eventually leaning toward a rootsy, country-rock-tinged singer/songwriter period in the late '60s and '70s, influenced by personal events ranging from a motorcycle accident to a divorce. The 70s compiles ten of Dylan's most beloved tracks from his searching and often genre-dabbling '70s albums, including several selections from the beautifully somber Blood on the Tracks, as well as singles such as "Forever Young," "Knockin' on Heaven's Door," and "Hurricane."

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