Bob Dylan's Greatest Hits Volume 3 is a compilation LP album by Bob Dylan, released on Columbia Records on compact disc in 1994, catalogue CK 66783. It peaked at No. 126 on Billboard 200. It encompasses recordings released between the years 1973 and 1991, the time period since the previous volume of the series, released in 1971
Bob Dylan - Vocals, Guitar, Harmonica Ken Odegard - Guitar Chris Weber - Twelve-String Guitar Bill Preston - Bass Greg Inhofer - Keyboards Bill Berg - Drums. Changing of the Guards from the album Street Legal. Bob Dylan - Vocals, Electric Rhythm Guitar Ian Wallace - Drums Jerry Scheff - Bass Billy Cross - Lead Guitar Alan Pasqua - Keyboards Bobbye Hall - Percussion Steve Douglas - Rhythm Guitar, Background Vocals David Mansfield - Violin, Mandolin Carol Dennis, Jo Ann Harris, Helena Springs - Background Vocals. Produced by Don Devito. The Groom's Still Waiting At The Altar.
All of Dylan's studio albums from this time span are represented, with the exceptions of: Dylan, compiled by Columbia without Dylan's input; The Basement Tapes, consisting of material predating this time period; Saved; and Empire Burlesque. The track "Groom's Still Waiting at the Altar" was added to later pressings of Shot of Love after initially being released on the flipside of a single. In 2003, this album was released along with the other two Dylan greatest hits sets in one four-disc package, as Greatest Hits Volumes I–III. All songs written by Bob Dylan, except where noted.
Track 1 taken from the Blood On The Tracks album. Track 2 taken from the Street-Legal album. Track 3 taken from the Shot Of Love album. Track 4 taken from the Desire album. Track 5 taken from the Planet Waves album. Track 6 taken from the Infidels album. Greatest Hits Volume 111 (Cass, Comp, Promo).
Bob Dylan 's first greatest-hits album was released in 1967, and his second in 1971. Twenty-three years later came his third, and it's a reasonable compilation of the better-known songs he produced over the period, notably standards like "Knockin' on Heaven's Door" and "Forever Young," Dylan chart hits like "Tangled Up in Blue" and "Hurricane," songs that have been covered extensively by other singers, such as "Ring Them Bells," and some of the better.
Greatest hits album by Bob Dylan. All of Dylan's studio albums from this time span are represented, with the exceptions of: Dylan, compiled by Columbia without Dylan's input; The Basement Tapes, consisting of material predating this time period; Saved; and Empire Burlesque.
Thirty years after the acoustic Bob Dylan gave the rock world its definitive plug in, he has joined the ranks of the unplugged. Of course, this doesn’t mean the same thing for him that it does for other artists who have played the MTV forum: Dylan has been remaking his songs for three decades anyway. Yet this album still comes across as a statement. Appearing on the heels of a successful tour and the release of Greatest Hits, Vol. III, Dylan’s Unplugged is less about stylistic experimentation than about his reconnection with his audience and his past. Even the Greatest Hits is, predictably,.
Archived from the original on January 6, 2007. Retrieved September 11, 2011. By July 1966, Bob Dylan was at the peak of both creative and commercial success, Highway 61 Revisited had reached number three on the US album chart in November 1965, the recently released double-LP Blonde on Blonde was widely acclaimed. The Hawks comprised four Canadian musicians-Rick Danko, Garth Hudson, Richard Manuel and Robbie Robertson-and one American, Dylans audiences reacted with hostility to the sound of their folk icon backed by a rock band.
|1||Tangled Up In Blue||5:42|
|2||Changing Of The Guards
Producer – Don DeVito
|3||The Groom's Still Waiting At The Altar
Producer – Bob Dylan, Chuck Plotkin
Producer – Don DeVito
Producer – Bob Dylan, Mark Knopfler
Producer – Brendan O'Brien, Daniel Lanois
|9||Ring Them Bells
Producer – Daniel Lanois
|10||Gotta Serve Somebody
Producer – Barry Beckett, Jerry Wexler
|11||Series Of Dreams
Producer – Daniel Lanois
|13||Under The Red Sky
Producer – David Was, Don Was, Jack Frost
|14||Knockin' On Heaven's Door
Producer – Gordon Carroll
|CK 66783||Bob Dylan||Bob Dylan's Greatest Hits Volume 3 (CD, Comp)||Columbia||CK 66783||Canada||1994|
|CK 66783||Bob Dylan||Bob Dylan's Greatest Hits Volume 3 (CD, Comp, Club)||Columbia||CK 66783||US||1994|
|none||Bob Dylan||Greatest Hits Volume 111 (Cass, Comp, Promo)||Columbia||none||UK||1994|
|CXR 68086||Bob Dylan||Bob Dylan's Greatest Hits Volume 3 (2xCD+G, Comp, Mac)||Columbia||CXR 68086||US||1995|
|CDCOL 3921 K||Bob Dylan||Bob Dylan's Greatest Hits Volume 3 (CD, Comp)||Columbia||CDCOL 3921 K||South Africa||1994|