Listening to my copy now (#314 for those keeping score) "Rainy Day Women" just THUMPS right from the get-go. One thing I never appreciated until now was how the three acoustic songs that follow sound so different from one another. "Blowin' in the Wind" sounds glorious. I can live with that stereo mix when it sounds this good. "Times" and "It Ain’t Me Babe" have such presence to them, especially the latter. "Like A Rolling Stone" flat out ROCKS. Dig those poppin P’s. I haven't compared it to the DCC...maybe someday. Time to pause for the side break…. "Mr. Tambourine" is breathtaking, my favorite Dylan song sounding better than ever. "Subterranean" kicks you-know-what, especially that bass. I’ve heard "I Want You" dozens and dozens of times but that lead guitar line really shines through on this disc. It’s hypnotic. The spell is broken almost immediately when "Positively 4th Street" kicks off with an authority that doesn't let up for four minutes. By the far the very best I’ve ever this song. "Just Like A Woman" is profound…the vocals, the guitar, that ghostly organ, and those crashing drums that bring one of my all-time favorite album sides to a close. Now how about a similar treatment for one of the vintage stereo mixes of Blonde on Blonde.