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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Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
22 Ratings

22 Ratings

wild bird mix ,

Like a fresh pack of tarot cards

My favorite Dylan album. An underrated classic.

DeathByMisadventure ,

B-list Dylan; maybe C-list

Anyone who gives this album five stars has no sense of proportionality. What would you give “Blood on the Tracks” or “Blonde on Blonde” or “Highway 61 Revisited”? Fifty stars? ‘Cause they’re 10 times better than this set.

The worse thing is the female backing singers. They just get unbearable after a while.

MRDAVIDCPA ,

I love this!

One of Bob's Best-Changing of the Guards and Senor are two of his best songs!

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