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  • Vinyl (21 April 2014)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Label: Music On Vinyl
  • ASIN: B00IROIDGY
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  Vinyl  |  Mini-Disc  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (66 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 45,269 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Disc: 1
1. Love Sick
2. Dirt Road Blues
3. Standing In The Doorway
4. Million Miles
5. Tryin' To Get To Heaven
6. 'Til I Fell In Love With You
7. Not Dark Yet
Disc: 2
1. Cold Irons Bound
2. Make You Feel My Love
3. Can't Wait
4. Highlands

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180 gram audiophile vinyl / Printed inner sleeves

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This is the 30th Bob Dylan album, released in 1997. 'Time Out of Mind' is hailed as one of Dylan's best albums, and it went on to win three Grammy Awards, including Album of the Year in 1998. The album features a particularly atmospheric sound, the work of producer (and past Dylan collaborator) Daniel Lanois, whose innovative work with carefully placed microphones and strategic mixing. Sonically, the album is reminiscent of 'Oh Mercy', the last album Dylan recorded with producer Daniel Lanois, but 'Time Out of Mind' has a grittier foundation, the songs are bitter and resigned, and Dylan gives them appropriately anguished performances. Original vinyl copies of 'Time Out Of Mind' were made in small numbers, making this official reissue a much needed one. Also available by Bob Dylan on vinyl from this label: ANOTHER SIDE OF BOB DYLAN / BLONDE ON BLONDE / BOB DYLAN / BRANDEIS UNIVERSITY 1963 / BRINGING IT ALL BACK HOME / DESIRE / FREEWHEELIN' BOB DYLAN / GOOD AS I BEEN TO YOU / HARD RAIN / HIGHWAY 61 REVISITED / JOHN WESLEY HARDING / LOVE AND THEFT / NASHVILLE SKYLINE / NEW MORNING / OH MERCY / SIDE TRACKS / THE TIMES THEY ARE A-CHANGIN' / BASEMENT TAPES / BEFORE THE FLOOD

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4.5 out of 5 stars

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28 of 30 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 20 Jan. 2003
Format: Audio CD
The tracks on this album were meant to have been recorded during a snowstorm in Minnesota (according to Jim Dickinson who plays keyboards on many of them.) I like that story as 'Time Out Of Mind' has the feeling of being a few grim steps removed from the world.
This is a beautiful, soul weary record. Anger and acceptance, a distance from the stupidity of people, a feeling of time running out. A disconnectedness. And yet it is one of the most heartfelt evocations of (unrequited) love and longing I have ever listened to.
'Not Dark Yet' is the album's emotional core. There is a sense of resignation to suffering and pain, and you know that the person who wrote these songs is for real, they are about to face something which will truly bring them to the end of their rope. The unhealed scars, the loss of faith in humanity, the search for 'heaven's door'.
I don't believe that Daniel Lanois's production at all denigrates the piece. On the blues numbers particularly there is genius going on in the mix. It's not raw and primitive but is alive and breathing and darkly muttering to itslef.
The closer 'Highlands' is hypnotic in its intensity, where every word is given extra meaning by the tone and nuance of Dylan's voice. (Something which is unique to him.) It's uplifting in its isolation and sense the self going it alone.
It does not surprise me that Dylan had a near encounter with death four months after. There is a palpable sense of mortality here.
This is an album of heartbreak and pain, where the hurt and the loss become something between numbness and a state of grace.There are very few songwriters who can bring that feeling across but Dylan can. It's music of the darkened road, the thin, thin line. This is a masterpiece.
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36 of 39 people found the following review helpful By Docendo Discimus TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 7 Dec. 2002
Format: Audio CD
This raw slice of blues and rock n' roll simply has to best the best thing that Bob Dylan has come up with since "Blood On The Tracks".
The lyrics are dark and haunted, at times even bitter and resigned. But, in case you doubted it, "Time Out Of Mind" proves that Bob Dylan can actually sing. His phrasing is perfect, and his vocals more powerful than you can imagine if you've only ever heard him do "Blowin' In The Wind" in 1963.
Highlights include "Love Sick" ("I'm sick of love", Dylan sings), "Tryin' To Get To Heaven", "Not Dark Yet" and "Dirt Road Blues" - which actually is a genuine blues, unlike about a thousand other songs with the word "blues" in the title.
But my absolute favorite song off this album is "Make You Feel My Love", easily one of the most beautiful love songs ever written.
These songs have it all, both melody and powerful, intelligent lyrics, and Dylan's dark, raspy vocals suit them perfectly.
Bob Dylan has certainly made more influential albums than this one (no one can be expected to revolutionize popular music more than once, after all), but he never made a better one.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By J. Fletcher on 12 Jan. 2013
Format: Audio CD
I admit it I'm a huge Dylan fan ..., I've just about bought every album he's released as it has been released since 1981...., I also have all the official releases before this date and a ridiculous number of bootlegs.
Well so much rubbish has been written about just how good recent Dylan albums have been ..., well believe me when I say as of Jan 2013 this is chronologically the last of the truly great Dylan albums.
There have been some half decent albums since of course, but this one is truly great.
When I bought it (on the day of release) I was so pleased as Dylan had been coasting for quite a number of years (since Oh Mercy!)
At the time I thought it was good, but as the years have passed it just keeps growing on me ..., I now consider it as one of Bob's best; its definitely one of a handful of most played albums.
Worth buying just for 'Cold Irons Bound' but over time it will become a much reached for CD I'm pretty sure.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By David Atkinson on 22 April 2014
Format: Vinyl Verified Purchase
This album is awesomely good. The best Dylan album since Blood on the Tracks.

BUT, this latest (overdue, when you consider how much the original pressing has been going of on a certain auction site) pressing isn't perfect. Firstly, the sound is excellent, but my copy has a couple of manufacturing faults - small scratch on Cold Irons Bound and a missing label. Both are relatively minor, but are irritating examples of poor quality control. I will live with the copy I have, but others should be mindful that 'Music on Vinyl' is no 'Mobile Fidelity'.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Victor HALL OF FAMETOP 100 REVIEWER on 25 July 2012
Format: Audio CD
This 1997 album was the one that got me interested in Dylan. Hearing it upon release I was instantly captivated by the shuffling backbeats and the world weary craggy moan that told tales of love and loss. And I just loved the songwriting. It set me off on a journey through Dylan's back catalogue with all its highs and lows. But for all the genius albums he has released it is this one that I still retain the greatest affection for.

Coming off the back of a run of three not so good albums (Under The Red Sky, Good As I've Been To You and World Gone Wrong), this album marked a bit of a commercial and artistic renaissance for this iconic artist. Reuniting with producer Danny Lanois he went into the recording studio armed with a host of newly penned songs (his first album of all original material since 1990's Under The Red Sky) and a talented band to make them reality. Moving totally away from his recent folk/country blues output, this is a sound more pleasing to the modern ear. Dylan accepts that his voice (never exactly the best in the world) is now broken by years of punishment, and he mournfully croaks his way through a series of touching songs. Lanois' production is totally sympathetic to Dylan's voice, and he sounds great as a result, delivering a set of tracks that are just full of deep down emotion.

It's slow blues full of distortions and shuffling drums. It's slick, and some might say too slick, but I always find it packs a punch and feels quite raw. Especially with Dylan's voice.

5 stars from me. Recommended to anyone who likes music full of expression and emotion.
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