From PITCHFORK: The 1965 album Bringing It All Back Home comes from Bob Dylan's transition period, the moment where he was split between the acoustic Greenwich Village folk music of his early records and the divisive electric-guitar folk-rock stuff he'd embrace more fully on Highway 61 Revisited later that year. Bringing It All Back Home has some of the man's most iconic tracks: "Subterranean Homesick Blues", "Mr. Tambourine Man", "Maggie's Farm". And even the songs that haven't appeared on a million soundtracks remain fascinating, like the apocalyptic acoustic sprawls "It's Alright Ma (I'm Only Bleeding)" and "Bob Dylan's 115th Dream", or the genuinely hilarious pisstake "On the Road Again".
On October 5, Reimagine Music will pay tribute to that classic album by releasing the digital-only compilation Subterranean Home Sick Blues: A Tribute to Bob Dylan's Bringing It All Back Home. The compilation features artists like the Morning Benders, Peter Bjorn and John's Peter Morén, Castanets, Asobi Seksu, Mirah, and Fleet Foxes member J. Tillman covering every single song on the original album, as well as various outtakes from the sessions that produced the album.
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