"Dylanesque renaissance, making his most personal album, yet also touching the lives of everyone who has ever heard it. One person said, 'Idiot Wind', alone confirms Dylans genius, and it may be true."
"The high point of popular culture. Every aspect of the recording makes you envious of those in Manchester, to enjoy the confrontation between, 'that thin wild mercury sound', and the frustrated crowd."
"The most fun prisoners have had since, 'The Great Escape'. He, unleashes the most bitter and humouress songs about crime imaginable. The guy who whoops after the, 'shot a man in Reno', line is a star."