9 Songs, 49 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

The second half of the ‘70s was a renaissance period for Dylan, and Street-Legal is no exception. He brings his poetic majesty to bear for waltz-time epic “No Time to Think,” and evokes the dark underbelly of international intrigue on the moody, mysterious “Señor (Tales of Yankee Power).” But the album expertly balances head and heart—Dylan sounds downright randy on the raw, bluesy “New Pony,” and shuts down a romance with an amiable mix of tenderness and finality on “We Better Talk This Over.”

EDITORS’ NOTES

The second half of the ‘70s was a renaissance period for Dylan, and Street-Legal is no exception. He brings his poetic majesty to bear for waltz-time epic “No Time to Think,” and evokes the dark underbelly of international intrigue on the moody, mysterious “Señor (Tales of Yankee Power).” But the album expertly balances head and heart—Dylan sounds downright randy on the raw, bluesy “New Pony,” and shuts down a romance with an amiable mix of tenderness and finality on “We Better Talk This Over.”

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