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It's pretty well known to be honest, especially among Dylan fans. - Gg2000
Maybe his best song. his voice fits with the lyrics and anyone who dislikes this shouldn't love anyone then
I agree, Bob Dylan's version is very underrated. I prefer it to Jimi Hendrix's, but that's just me. - PetSounds
I think lots of people know it more for the Byrds version (I heard it from them first). I do like Dylan's version, though; it feels more folky, which is a good change. - Gg2000
It's great, but not underrated. It's on a lot of Greatest Hits Compilations and that's not being underrated
Dylan may be the Best at making different versions of his own songs - slow, fast, different sounds and instruments as well as vocal inflection. I prefer the original release of this one from Empire Burlesque (an underrated album) but the iTunes link here takes you to another strong and interesting version. - Billyv
This is actually one of my favorites from Blonde on Blonde. I love the melody and how big the chorus feels. - Gg2000
Criminally under-rated. One of his finest in my opinion.
He was such a prolific writer and often overly meticulous in the studio. This gem was left off of Desire, not because he didn't like it but because he felt the other songs fit more cohesively. I think it was a mistake. - Billyv
Not really underrated. its pretty widely reconized as one of bobs best songs - RecklessGreed
Underrated song, underrated album. street legal is his best album. nothing against blonde on blonde or blood on the tracks, those are masterpieces. but this album has every track that really makes you wonder about life. this song is #1 on this album. empire burlesque is also very underrated
Again, I refer all to the version from Bob Dylan's 30th Anniversary Concert with George Harrison, Eric Clapton, Neil Young, Roger McGuinn, Tom Petty and Bob Dylan all playing guitars and sharing lead vocals and harmonies, with excellent back up musicians! - Billyv
Such an underrated album “Another Side of...” and this is the highlight. Dylan at the peak of his lyrical genius and also his voice is arguably the strongest it can be on this album. Passionate, deep, loud, whiny but pure Dylan
Good lyrics, good vocal performance, good backing vocals, good sound of the song, good rhythm... why so underrated?
Takes up a full side of a vinyl, yet not a second wasted.
I really dig this song. It's one of my favorites on Highway 61 Revisited. - Gg2000
I love this song too. I wonder if he nowadays would have the guts to write a song telling warmongers "I hope that you die, and your death will come soon." I honestly don't think he would do it nowadays. - Gg2000
In my opionion, his best protest song - RecklessGreed
Excellent cover by George Harrison at The Bob Dylan's 30th Anniversary Concert - Billyv