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Bob Dylan: Blood On The Tracks

Andy Gill, MOJO, June 2001

AFTER HIS EXTRAORDINARY ACHIEVEMENTS OF the '60s, there should have been no doubt about Bob Dylan's position in the rock firmament. After all, he had virtually single-handedly dragged pop music through its troubled adolescence to a new maturity. But his reputation suffered badly as that turbulent decade slipped uncertainly into the shameless '70s.

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