Originally Posted by Chives
I can see how his voice could be an acquired taste but it sounds awesome to me.
I only have John Wesley Harding left to listen to, but I might put it off as I give some of the other albums second listens. I'll get to it eventually.
Out of what I've listened to so far, a few albums have stood out. The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan is really enjoyable. It has a nice sense of variety on it. And Blonde on Blonde stands out among his rock albums, but that might just be because I need to listen to the other ones more still.
you're in for a treat
me, i don't really like his pre-electric stuff that much, besides the odd few songs