BOB DYLAN Down In The Groove LP


Culled from various recording sessions with several different backing bands - accompaniment ranging from the Sex Pistols' Steve Jones and The Clash's Paul Simonon to the Grateful Dead's Jerry Garcia, Bob Weir and Brent Mydland, to Eric Clapton and Sly and Robbie, 1988's loose-limbed Down in the Groove is somewhat of a sequel to Knocked Out Loaded and its biggest assets may be its wide variety and the fact that it sounds like Dylan is actually having fun. Bookended by strong covers of Wilbert Harrison's "Let's Stick Together" and the Stanley Brothers' "Rank Strangers to Me," a further standout comes in the form of the Robert Hunter co-write "Silvio."

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