“Behind every beautiful thing, there’s some kind of pain.”―Bob Dylan.
Sometimes in life you just need to sit back, relax, and delve deeper and deeper into the world of Bob Dylan with a playlist like no other.
With 38 studio albums to his name, which includes no fewer than 13 live albums, Dylan’s extensive back catalogue can be daunting for even the most avid fan and, if that wasn’t enough, the man himself has been rolling out his Bootleg Series which is 19 compilation albums with various different recordings, collaborations and more.
Having released his debut self-titled album in 1962, Dylan has been nothing short of prolific in his ability to consistently churn out hit records which, in many ways, have defined folk, rock and roll and blues music like no other.
With over 750 songs released across a 50-year period, Dylan fans often find themselves swimming in the abyss of his iconic lyricism which swirls around themes of a political, social, philosophical nature that remains incomparable to those who he has influenced over the years.
Now, Spotify user Samuel Huxley Cohen has spent painstaking hours collection Dylan’s back catalogue and created a mammoth 55-hour chronological playlist which allows you to traverse the progression of Dylan’s growth.
Enjoy the playlist, below.