Well the day has come (and taking a bit of inspiration from another member here) I plan on covering every Bob Dylan song day by day. I am by no means a total expert on Dylan (might need some help along the way) however I have wanted to do this for a while so we will see how it goes. I will say I plan on doing this slightly differently from what you may be used to with other similar threads in that I will not be going chronologically on when the song was recorded, rather when it was released so for example songs released on bootleg series 1-3 will be upheld when we get to discussing that set though they may have been recorded in the 60s. This just makes things easier for me. I will not be gathering scores nor providing detailed statisics just to make things a tad more painless and discussion is more paramount to me anyways, albums will be discussed as a whole after all songs have been discussed in a 1 day discussion after the fact and live albums will also be 1 day affairs. We will discuss alternate takes/versions when we discuss the relevant song. I also only plan to go for releases (bootleg series included) up to 2012, this is going to be a little more of a amaturish song by song than you may be used to what with the changes however I will gauge the interest as man do I love talking about Dylan. If everyone is happy with this I would like to start right now with the first chronological release by Bob Dylan......courtesy of wikipedia some info below Bob Dylan is the debut studio album by American singer-songwriter Bob Dylan, released on March 19, 1962 by Columbia Records. The album was produced by Columbia talent scout John H. Hammond, who had earlier signed Dylan to the label, a controversial decision at the time. The album primarily features folk standards but also includes two original compositions, "Talkin' New York" and "Song to Woody". The latter was an ode to Woody Guthrie, a significant influence in Dylan's early career. The album did not initially receive much attention, but it achieved some popularity following the growth of Dylan's career, charting in the UK three years after its release, reaching #13. Songs to be discussed in order will be: 1. "You're No Good" Jesse Fuller 1:40 2. "Talkin' New York" Bob Dylan 3:20 3. "In My Time of Dyin'" Traditional, arranged by Dylan 2:40 4. "Man of Constant Sorrow" Traditional, arranged by Dylan 3:10 5. "Fixin' to Die" Bukka White 2:22 6. "Pretty Peggy-O" Traditional, arranged by Dylan 3:23 7. "Highway 51" Curtis Jones 2:52 8."Gospel Plow" Traditional, arranged by Dylan 1:47 9. "Baby, Let Me Follow You Down" Traditional, arranged by Eric Von Schmidt 2:37 10. "House of the Risin' Sun" Traditional, arranged by Dave Van Ronk 5:20 11. "Freight Train Blues" John Lair, arranged by Mississippi Fred McDowell, the remastered version was arranged by Dylan 2:18 12. "Song to Woody" Dylan 2:42 13. "See That My Grave Is Kept Clean" Blind Lemon Jefferson 2:43 Non album singles/extra songs for the era: N/A *Please let me know if I missed anything released at the time for this era I will post the first song shortly.