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This is the correct tag for Bob Dylan's thirty-first studio album. There are at least three alternative spellings on Love & Theft, Love and Theft, “Love And Theft”. These are all incorrect, so please fix your tags to keep the stats clean.

Review by Stephen Thomas Erlewine Time Out of Mind was a legitimate comeback, Bob Dylan's first collection of original songs in nearly ten years and a risky rumination on mortality, but its sequel, Love… read more



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  • Avatar for Cassandra-Leo
    This really is one of Dylan's best albums of all time. I'd only rank Highway 61, Blonde on Blonde, and Blood on the Tracks as being on the same level.
  • Avatar for MisterJunior
    There are no qualifiers needed when proclaiming the quality of this album. No need for "of his later period," "since Desire," "of the last 20 years," etc. This is a great record that's as good as anything he ever recorded at any point in his career. It's absolutely terrific from a musical/arrangement perspective, with early Rock & Roll, Blues, Country, Folk, Tin Pan Alley and Jazz all coming together to form a record that is really timeless. Like the best work of The Band, this album doesn't sound of its time or of any other time. The lyrics are the best he'd written in many years, it's one of the best vocal performances of his career, the production is fantastic and, as I mentioned, the arrangements and the playing from the band and Bob are terrific. This, John Wesley Harding and Blood on the Tracks are my three favorite Dylan albums, and this is one of the absolute best albums of the twenty-first century.
  • Avatar for OcellatedGod
    Great album, and THIS is the correct tag for it, not Love & Theft, not Love and Theft, and not “Love And Theft”.
  • Avatar for ralfsu
    Hmmm, an interesting album to say the least, the uptempo arrangements are infectious, it's tonally even, his singing doesn't get drowned by the awesome band (which I think plagues TOoM a bit) and he does a great job evoking that desolate prairie-ish setting that exhumes ancient warmth, and at some points it even feels very Southern gothic; like a Faulkner novel perhaps. Love the extensive use of dialogue too.
  • Avatar for mk741
    Actually enjoy this more than Time Out Of Mind. One of Dylan's best.
  • Avatar for innercities
    makes me euphoric!
  • Avatar for Theeboon
    I like this because it rocks.
  • Avatar for mzapa
    Why the title of this album in inverted commas?
  • Avatar for mhjorth
    And it certainly does not help that this album is listed as three albums with slightly different spelling of the title.
  • Avatar for gorillaemperor
    I think people have screwed up a lot of the songs on here on, they show up as being on albums such as Bob Dylan: The Collection and Dylan rather than being on this album.

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