Not a crime, especially since he has more albums that most artists have songs. I think I have objectively decided that Blonde on Blonde is his best album, and probably the best album ever. Subjectively I could never choose.
As long as there's breath in the man, I'm sure there'll be albums of originals now and then, even if it's not often. What would really be cool to see is if he went through a Leonard Cohen type revival and suddenly became prolific again.
"That criticism comes from people who think that women should be karate instructors or airplane pilots. I’m not knocking that – everyone should achieve what she wants to achieve – but when a man’s looking for a woman, he ain’t looking for a woman who’s an airplane pilot. He’s looking for a woman to help him out and support him, to hold up one end while he holds up another." ----
Bob Dylan, 1978, when asked, “Is ‘Is Your Love in Vain?’ to be taken literally? You’ve been accused of being chauvinistic in that song, especially in the line, 'Can you cook and sew, make flowers grow?’”
Damn I do adore Is Your Love Vain, even though its somewhat corny. I mean he sorta sounds like a pubescent teen who can't get laid but still... the despair, angst, misery just comes through so powerfully.