bob dylan blonde on blonde EMI Music Publishing Ltd. UK songbook OFFICIAL ALBUMS
bob dylan freewheelin' Bob Dylan
bob dylan freewheelin' The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan
the times they are a-changing The Times They Are A-Changin'
another side of bob dylan Another Side of Bob Dylan
bringing it all back home Bringing It All Back Home
highway 61 revisited Highway 61 Revisited
blonde on blonde Blonde on Blonde
john wesley harding John Wesley Harding
noshville skyline Nashville Skyline
self portrait Self Portrait
new morning New Morning
planet waves Planet Waves
pat garrett Pat Garrett & Billy the Kid
before the flood Before the Flood
blood on the tracks Blood on the Tracks
the basement tapes The Basement Tapes
desire Desire
street legal Street Legal
slow train coming Slow Train Coming
saved Saved
shot of love Shot Of Love
infidels Infidels
empire burlesque Empire Burlesque
knocked outloaded Knocked Out Loaded
down in the groove Down In The Groove
oh mercy Oh Mercy
under the red sky Under The Red Sky
good as I been to you Good As I Been to You
30th Anniversary concert The 30th Anniversary Concert...
world gon wrong World Gone Wrong
mtv unplugged MTV Unplugged
time out of mind Time Out of Mind
love and theft "Love and Theft"
no direction home No Direction Home
modern times Modern Times
together through life Together Through Life
christmas in the heart Christmas In The Heart
the witmark demos The Witmark Demos: 1962-64
tempest Tempest
shadows in the night Shadows In The Night
fallen angels Fallen Angels

There are no songbooks for the albums released after 2016.



bob dylan Highway 61 Revisited songbook
 HIGHWAY 61 REVISITED is the sixth studio album by Bob Dylan.
It was released on August 30, 1965, by Columbia Records.
     Having until then recorded mostly acoustic music, Dylan used rock musicians as his backing band on every track of the album, except for the closing 11-minute ballad, "Desolation Row". Critics have focused on the innovative way in which Dylan combined driving, blues-based music with the subtlety of poetry to create songs that captured the political and cultural chaos of contemporary America.
Author Michael Gray has argued that in an important sense the 1960s "started" with this album.

     Copyright M. Witmark &Sons, N.Y. All the songbooks below include 10 songs: the 9 album songs, Like a Rolling Stone, Tombstone Blues, It Takes a Lot to Laugh, It Takes a Train to Cry, From a Buick 6, Ballad of a Thin Man, Queen Jane Approximately, Highway 61 Revisited, Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues, Desolation Row, plus Positively 4th Street.
     They all have piano arrangements by Jerry Sears and 30 pages, except for the Japanese Band score, copyright Special Rider Music, which has the 9 album songs only and 96 pages.

     Thank you to Peter Oudejans for the scans from his collection and information.

bob dylan Highway 61 Revisited Warner Bros. Music songbook
USA, Warner Bros. Music, NYC. 366 B
bob dylan Highway 61 Revisited Warner Bros- Seven Arts Music USA songbook
USA, Warner Bros., Seven Arts Music, 
bob dylan Highway 61 Revisited Warner Bros- Seven Arts Music USA songbook
USA, M. Witmark & Sons, N.Y.

bob dylan Highway 61 Revisited Warner Bros- Seven Arts Music UK songbook
UK, Warner Bros- Seven Arts Music.

bob dylan Highway 61 Revisited Blossom Music Ltd songbook
UK, Blossom Music Ltd

bob dylan Highway 61 Revisited Warner Bros Music Ltd, London, 29 pages songbook
UK, Warner Bros Music Ltd, London,Music Sales Ltd.,
KY 12071
bob dylan Highway 61 Revisited Shinko Music Pub. Co., Ltd songbook
Japan, 1996, Shinko Music Pub. Co., Ltd., does not include Positively 4th Street, 95 pages.
ISBN 4-401-34890-5


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