“Shot Of Love” by Bob Dylan - album review

features in: Album Chart of 1981Album Chart of the Decade: 1980s

TJR says

The 40 year old continues with the third in the trilogy of Christian LPs, although the album does include secular as well as overtly religious and evangelistic songs. “Heart Of Mine” flirts with a little New Wave, vibing like Elvis with The Attractions… wish he’d done more like this… “Property Of Jesus” Wow… this is so much better than the last couple of album’s… the band’s cool like the Stones on “Exile On Main Street”… “Lenny Bruce” is a warm tribute, describes a brief taxi ride shared by the two legends. In the last line of the song, Dylan recalls: “Lenny Bruce was bad, he was the brother that you never had.” Not too bad – I’ll take what I can get from Dylan LP’s in this period…

The Jukebox Rebel

A1 [04:18] 4.2.png Bob Dylan - Shot Of Love (Robert Zimmerman) Blues Rock / Soul Rock
A2 [04:29] 6.7.png Bob Dylan - Heart Of Mine (Robert Zimmerman) New Wave
A3 [04:33] 7.7.png Bob Dylan - Property Of Jesus (Robert Zimmerman) Blues Rock / Soul Rock
A4 [04:32] 6.2.png Bob Dylan - Lenny Bruce (Robert Zimmerman) Songwriter
A5 [04:10] 4.8.png Bob Dylan - Watered-Down Love (Robert Zimmerman) Soft Rock / A.O.R.
B1 [03:58] 5.6.png Bob Dylan - Dead Man, Dead Man (Robert Zimmerman) Reggae
B2 [03:34] 7.2.png Bob Dylan - In The Summertime (Robert Zimmerman) Blues Rock / Soul Rock
B3 [04:32] 4.7.png Bob Dylan - Trouble (Robert Zimmerman) Blues Rock / Soul Rock
B4 [06:12] 4.4.png Bob Dylan - Every Grain Of Sand (Robert Zimmerman) Songwriter

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