I want to live, I want to give. I’ve been a miner for a heart of gold.
One would be well advised to express the opposite of “you’re no good” with regard to this album. Which is to say… it’s good.
From whatever position you occupy with regard to the watchtower, this is another classic Dylan album.
Here’s how I’ll describe it: it’s just flipping gorgeous.
Plays as great comedic alt country or country rock material or simply flat out great alt country or country rock music, period. Well, except for…
They keep it low, they keep it hot, they keep heads covered.
Don’t call this a jam band… album.
Contemplative and quiet at times, bluesy and rocked up at others, and through and through a great Neil Young album.
A crucial late ‘60s rock and country album that would influence much of what was coming in the ‘70s. And, bonus: a great listen all the way through.
Whether this is country or rock or blues or whatever, it’ll make you say, “Hell yeah.”
Alt country that pleasantly zooms along with lyrics that are genuinely funny and clever.