Muscle Shoals soul pioneer Arthur Alexander waged a valiant comeback with his Ben Vaughn-produced 1993 Nonesuch album Lonely Just Like Me, only to die shortly after its release.
As the Slow Train Coming tour rolled on Dylan’s audience was furious, and reviewers were savage. Dylan remained undaunted, however, and the unrecorded songs featured in his live show became the core of his next album, Saved.
Artist Catherine Kanner reveals what went into creating her artwork for Dylan’s seminal 1979 release, Slow Train Coming.
As critics were slamming Bob Dylan’s movie "Renaldo and Clara", the Street Legal album, and his live performances, Dylan sought refuge in the company of friends and bandmates. And among them, he found one who seemed to have answers, leading to Dylan’s conversion to Christianity.
In 2008, a documentary titled “Inside Bob Dylan’s Jesus Years: Busy Being Born … Again!” examined the folk-rock legend’s conversion to Christianity and the music that resulted from it.
A fascinating account of perhaps the most controversial era of Dylan’s hallowed career, “… Jesus Years” was produced and directed by Joel Gilbert.