I've been buying and enjoying Bob Dylan albums since 1964. I've listened to them all many times. TEMPEST is one of the best. Five stars. Of special interest: a moving ballad about the Titanic and an elegy for John Lennon.
Ah, Bobbie Boy, where have you gone? Some of this is decent, some of it is Dorky, none of is great.
A decent album. It sounds good, and Dylan occasionally breaks out some of his trademark poetry. Certainly, this album will do no harm to his reputation. However, it tends to be forgettable at best. The songs are so long they feel bloated, especially given their surprisingly simplistic lyrics and repetitive (even monononus) music. On this album, Dylan tends to ramble on incoherently and forget what he was talking about. So maybe the years are catching up with him a little bit. But still, this is a decent album that isn't a total waste of your time.
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