3D mindmap: Dylan albums in triplets

Many Dylan albums can be categorized into triplets. Take e.g. Modern Times, Love and Theft  and Time out of mind. Or Slow train coming, Shot of love and Saved. Moreover, most of the times if Dylan “makes” triplets they belong to his finest work. Enjoy this 3D triplet album mind map.

Mindmap © Hans Buskes, thanks for input: Ray Gonzalez

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6 Responses to 3D mindmap: Dylan albums in triplets

  1. Raph, concerning the Bromberg sessions you’re right in the sense that they never made it to an official album. On the other hand it’s my opinion that if this had been the case it would have been the perfect triplet. It’s guessing why Dylan never brought them out, but one thought is that Dylan was annoyed by the lack of praise for Good as I have been to you and World gone wrong.

  2. Raph says:

    I have had similar thoughts for a long time. My only objection is the original “Dylan” does not fit there. The first triplet is Freewheeling, Times and Another Side; while “Dylan-1” was later matched by Good as I’ve been to You and World gone wrong… They are all 3 based on folk classics. The bromberg sessions is not really part of Bob’s body of work.

  3. Thanks Ray, as you see I added your suggestion.

  4. Hi Ray,
    Was doubting very much about that one. I thought bringing it all back home does not seem to fit in the suggested triplet as the other ones. But maybe I’m wrong. There is of course plenty of space putting this triplet in the 3D mindmap.

    • Ray Gonzalez says:

      His three greatest albums could be a triplet called “Rock Revolution” because they mark when he went electric and moved from his early audience’s Folk Protest God crown to his own way of doing things and moving American popular music in a different direction.

      Ray Gonzalez

  5. Ray Gonzalez says:

    You left out his greatest triplet made up of his three greatest albums–Bringing It All Back Home, Highway 61 Revisited, and Blonde on Blonde.

    Ray Gonzalez

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