Shot Of Love

5 out of 5

$28.97

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Bob Dylan Shot Of Love Japanese vinyl LP

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  1. Mark

    This is a fantastic album. I don’t care what anybody says.There is some real bite to this album. Dylan is inspired and on a roll at this point. Shot of love is a rock song that any real rock music lover would have been happy to write. dead man dead man and groom still waiting at the alter are also great rock songs. You will hear/read peopel weeping and moaning that this album is not a good album and waffle on about filler etc etc… that’s rubbish. The only reason some folks may not like this album is there are references to Jesus on here.In reality this is up there with dylan’s best works. Is it hwy 61? no, but several songs could easily slide in there. blood on the tracks? no, but there are songs on here that would not have hurt that album etc etc.Don’t believe the detractors. if you like dylan and the name of Jesus doesn’t offend you get this album.

  2. Axis, Bold as Love

    This is a fantastic album. I don’t care what anybody says.There is some real bite to this album. Dylan is inspired and on a roll at this point. Shot of love is a rock song that any real rock music lover would have been happy to write. dead man dead man and groom still waiting at the alter are also great rock songs. You will hear/read peopel weeping and moaning that this album is not a good album and waffle on about filler etc etc… that’s rubbish. The only reason some folks may not like this album is there are references to Jesus on here.In reality this is up there with dylan’s best works. Is it hwy 61? no, but several songs could easily slide in there. blood on the tracks? no, but there are songs on here that would not have hurt that album etc etc.Don’t believe the detractors. if you like dylan and the name of Jesus doesn’t offend you get this album.

  3. Patrick Kennedy

    Music: AVocals: B[ob]Back-up singers: ALyrics: Splits the difference between Slow Train Coming and SavedDeep in his overt spirituality on record (like Highway 61 or Shelter from the Storm have no spiritual content), we find our hero, Minnesota Bobby Z musing on Biblical themes. Can you dig it?If you have never heard of Bob Dylan and have not been exposed to any other of his numerous recordings (and phases and stages) then I shall forgive you for not already knowing what you think and feel about this recording, even if you have never heard it. Otherwise, you are not fooling anyone. You have already dismissed it with just a bit more animus than Johnny Cash’s spiritual explorations, or you are intrigued by a popular entertainer exposing himself to such fierce judgment.If you are in the latter category, then all you have to do is determine whether you generally like Bob Dylan’s vocals, or not. Sometimes, I find Bob’s vocals (their quality) as fascinating as his lyrical content. But then I like quirky vocalists who can own the interpretation over vocalists who have range and technique, but little soul.

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