Another View from the Train

Bob Dylan has been riding the rails for a long time, at least since he got pulled from a trainload of fools caught in a magnetic field and called to prophesy. The cover of the new album, Tempest, is as evocative as that of Infidels’ view of the tracks from the caboose. Of course nowadays there ain’t but one train on this track and Dylan continues to ring them bells, declaring that he ‘can hear a sweet voice steadily calling, must be the mother of our Lord’

The opening track, Duquesne Whistle, is currently available on Amazon and iTunes and the album, Tempest, is available for preorder and scheduled for release on September 11th.

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