(Courier-Journal) -- Bob Dylan has long been one of the world's most provocative and
polarizing musicians, and at age 72 he shows few signs of slowing down.
He began his career by carrying the folk revival of the 1950s and early
'60s to a far larger national audience than it had previously enjoyed,
and then he killed it off by going electric in 1965.
career has had a lot of peaks and valleys. There are times when even
his most ardent fans have to wonder where he's coming from, but even his
failures and sideshows have been fascinating. Over the last 15 years,
Dylan has enjoyed yet another resurgence with a string of fine albums
and a never-ending tour.
studio albums, live sets and compilations culled from his overflowing
vault, Bob Dylan has released 54 records. "Vintage Vinyl" hosts Jeffrey
Lee Puckett and Tom Heiser have this week tried to cull that monumental
output down to a couple of Top 10 lists. It wasn't easy, and it was the
height of stupidity to even try.
If you want to offer your list, or just disagree with
Puckett and Heiser, go to www.facebook.com/cjvinyl or fire away on Twitter @cjvinyl.