Bob Dylan Blues

"Bob Dylan Blues" is a song written in 1965[1] by Syd Barrett, the founder of Pink Floyd. Recorded during sessions for Barrett, it was unreleased until it turned up in 2001. The song was included in The Best of Syd Barrett.

"Bob Dylan Blues"
Song by Syd Barrett
from the album
The Best of Syd Barrett
Wouldn't You Miss Me?
Released16 April 2001 (UK)
11 September 2001 (US)
Recorded1970
GenreFolk rock, blues rock
Length3:14
LabelHarvest (UK)
Capitol Records (US)
Songwriter(s)Syd Barrett
Producer(s)David Gilmour
An Introduction to Syd Barrett track listing
18 tracks
  1. "Arnold Layne"
  2. "See Emily Play"
  3. "Apples and Oranges"
  4. "Matilda Mother"
  5. "Chapter 24"
  6. "Bike"
  7. "Terrapin"
  8. "Love You"
  9. "Dark Globe"
  10. "Here I Go"
  11. "Octopus"
  12. "She Took a Long Cool Look"
  13. "If It's In You"
  14. "Baby Lemonade"
  15. "Dominoes"
  16. "Gigolo Aunt"
  17. "Effervescing Elephant"
  18. "Bob Dylan Blues"