I bought the single, but I’m still paying for the jfk song again?... since it appears separated from the album, (not track 10...) I’d just get the rest of the tracks but that’s more expensive than paying for the jfk track again. What can I say I’m a fan I can’t afford it but it is Bob Dylan. Just wish the pricing model was a little more consistent.
The music of course is amazing.
This is the reason he is a Nobel recipient. I ordered this without hearing one cut, & this collection was worth the wait. Those who complain about his vocals, have missed the point, his music style is sharp and the lyrics bear the proof. This is a masterpiece.
Retire. Just quit embarassing yourself. No one applauds these songs at concerts. Does he reallky need the money?
Bob give it up.
Rubadubdub—I’m embarrassed and angry I paid money for this juvenile and narcissistic dreck. If Bobby thinks he’s playing a joke on us, he’s wrong—he makes himself the joke
A pure artist
By Electric Skydog
Dylan once more proves he’s as great as they say. Yes you might be happy about these songs or sad, or amazed, or upset, or critical, or blown away, or in love. That’s the point. Five Stars
Voice gets better with age
By Frozen Inertia
Similar to Leonard Cohen - I feel like the later work shines brightly and is legitimately some of the strongest work they’ve done. Personally, I think there voices have only improved with age. Cohen’s deep baritone and Dylan now has a wonderful gravely blues voice. And the lyrics......
Not his masterpiece
I respect Dylan and the influence he’s had on lots of others thru his music but IMO he’s no John Prine.
"Freedom; Oh; Freedom!"
"Rough And Rowdy Ways"=I really thought "Tempest" was Bob's Endgame; How could He even top that? Well; He's done it again; Slow but Sure. Every song; Both Lyrically & Musically; Harkens back to another Place, Another Time in Bob Dylan's Discography. "Black Rider" to "Murder Most Foul"; He choses his words so carefully; Neither ashamed nor afraid to "Name Drop" Most everyone from Jack Kerouac to The Rolling Stones! Growly and Ruff when feeling Bluesy; Smooth and Crooney when he's Mellow & Reminiscing. (Been a rabid "Bobcat" since an insightful High School Teacher put on "John Wesley Harding" on morning in English Class!) Put Simply; Bob Dylan Has Done It Again; As Only He Can="You got to sit up next to the teacher if you wanna learn anything!"...By Grimmbo.
By Steeltown Tom
I can’t stop listening to this album . People want to knock Dylan and put him in a box but his work has always been ahead of the pack . Crisp ,edgy and a mystery of looking back on a long and never ending trip . Keep them coming Bob 👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻