Tombstone blues: very country western blues sounding. Lyrics like poetry - many references I don’t understand at face value. High energy This song feels faster than others. I’m surprised at how bluesy this album feels. The poetry of the lyrics continues throughout the album, it’s very story telling focused. There’s lots and lots of references to what I assume is common stories and themes. It was a very easy listen. Dylan’s voice is unique as well. I enjoyed hearing the various layers of instruments. Very socially aware lyrics.
Very simplistic. Not outlandish instrumentals. There’s a unique instrument in the background. The guitar is beautiful. Very thoughtful lyrics, some very storytelling like. Sounds and lyrics seem to have a sullen, dark theme. Some biblical themes. Personally, I’m trying to get used to Cohens voice - I’m not sure it’s entirely for me. Although, I can see how it could be a very folk album like style, just simplistic in that sense. But I can completely see how people wild really like this. It’s easy to get into a trance listening to this album.
Pretty good! Easy listen.
It’s good, but some parts feel dated. Like he’s very talented, but there were only one or two songs that stuck out to me. Certainly sounds like it was monumental perhaps at the time, but now it’s a bit dated.
Didn’t make it through whole thing. Was meh.
Not quite my thing, sounds fun at times, but there are elements that lose me. To be entirely honest, given all the hype surrounding the album, it wasn’t the masterpiece I was expecting. Still good. Especially a few bangers. I dunno, maybe I’ll learn to like it more. Some fun dancing songs, but sometimes I left it lacked a dynamic range in places.
Already knew I liked the album. Easy to listen to. It’s funny, I assume these albums are not just based on musical ranking; that is, the cultural impact too