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Bob Dylan: Blood On The Tracks

Michael Gray, Let It Rock, April 1975

I DON'T KNOW HOW, but some adjustment in our consciousness must now follow from the fact that it is Bob Dylan who has produced, in Blood On The Tracks the most strikingly intelligent album of the seventies.

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