This is yet another Dylan album that has been ripped by critics. But, on deeper inspection, one will find that there are many memorable performances on this album, and it offers an interesting picture of who Bob Dylan is in 1991. Most of the Red Sky songs are constructed like childrens rhymes, as an earlier reviewer noted. "Wiggle Wiggle" is lots of fun, the backing band is great, and Dylans voice sounds pretty awesome (especially that last phrase "...like a big fat snake!..."). "Under The Red Sky" has beautiful words and a great G. Harrison slide guitar. "Unbelievable" drops the ball to a degree, in my opinion, with Dylan turning in a fairly lifeless vocal. The albums first hands-down masterwork is "Born In Time." This song absolutely shines, all the way through, it will move you to tears. Dylans tender ennuciations really make this a keeper. "TV Talkin Song" is interesting, but to my ears the accompaniment is kinda cheesy. Following this are what I consider to be the albums weakest songs, "10,000 Men" and "2x2." These performances just dont grab me, theyre pleasant enough, but they dont unfold and draw you further in like Dylans best stuff does. Then, true to form, Dylan turns around and goes for the hat trick with three killer tunes. "God Knows" rocks all over the place, and hes played it frequently since. "Handy Dandy" is classic, a great song and a great vocal by Dylan (I love when he yells "Pour him another brandy!" at the end). And "Cats In The Well" is a fine closer with some great slide guitar. Its hard to know what Dylan was going with Red Sky. But there are enough great songs to make it worthwhile to any Dylan fan.