Bob Dylan's Greatest Hits is utterly redundant. At just 10 tracks it is impossible to encapsulate anything about Dylan that many of his classic albums doesn't do better. Rainy Day Women is not even among the best tracks from "Blonde on Blonde", "Blowing in the Wind" came at the right time, but is hardly interesting in comparison to most of Dylan's catalogue. Granted, the songs here are spectacular on the whole, but judged as a compilation, Bob Dylan's Greatest Hits ultimately fails.
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