Bob Dylan / Greatest Hits Vol 2 / limited edition double-SACD

Bob Dylan / Greatest Hits Vol II / double hybrid SACD

US audiophile specialist Audio Fidelity, today release Bob Dylan‘s Greatest Hits Vol II on a double hybrid SACD set.

The 1971 collection was compiled by Dylan himself and includes a number of tracks unavailable anywhere else, including Watching The River Flow and When I Paint My Masterpiece, as well as familiar classics such as Lay Lady Lay and All Along The Watchtower.

This release was mastered by Steve Hoffman and is a limited, numbered set. The discs are  hybrid which means they play on standard CD players as well as SACD players (for enhanced resolution).

Track listing:

Disc One

  1. Watching The River Flow
  2. Don’t Think Twice, It’s All Right
  3. Lay Lady Lay
  4. Stuck Inside Of Mobile With The Memphis Blues Again
  5. I’ll Be Your Baby Tonight
  6. All I Really Want To Do
  7. My Back Pages
  8. Maggie’s Farm
  9. Tonight I’ll Be Staying Here With You

Disc Two

  1. She Belongs To Me
  2. All Along The Watchtower
  3. The Mighty Quinn (Quinn, the Eskimo)
  4. Just Like Tom Thumb’s Blues
  5. A Hard Rain’s A-Gonna Fall
  6. If Not For You
  7. It’s All Over Now, Baby Blue
  8. Tomorrow Is A Long Time
  9. When I Paint My Masterpiece
  10. I Shall Be Released
  11. You Ain’t Goin’ Nowhere
  12. Down In The Flood


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Like the package overall but agree the (continuous) omission of cover songs in the live sets is frustrating, After Hours was a standout of that tour and should have been included. Is it the money or something why all the cover songs are cut out?
Thankfully the Record Store ep wasn’t too hard or expensive (as i feared) to get but would have been handy if it fitted in the actual box, not like its that full in there.
And yes b-sides and demos would have been nice too!


Doh, sorry, that was meant for the rem review!