Blood on the Tracks is undoubtedly, a product of Bob Dylan's struggle to come to terms with the breakdown of his 8-year long marriage to Sara. The album is deeply rooted in the dark side of life, and exudes rage, pain, bitterness, sorrow, and, at times, cruelty. Although many songs are typical Dylan riddles or allegories, Blood on the Tracks is an intimate, revealing affair. Blood On The Tracks is a largely quiet, acoustic-based album, and is the sound of an artist returning to his strengths. Dylan made more influential albums than this, but he never made one better.This is the long awaited critical review of the album, featuring rare live performances alongside analysis from a leading team of rock journalists and critics.
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