If he had never made another record after Nashville Skyline, Bob Dylan would still be regarded as one of the most important artists in the history of music.
But has Rolling Stone Readers Poll of Bob Dylan’s 10 Best Post-60’s Songs nicely proves, he had a lot more to say. And if the list had been expanded to 40 songs, every one of ‘em would be a powerful tune.
Tangled Up In Blue, Hurricane, Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door … every song on the list is a masterpiece. And, unlike a lot of 60’s stars, he didn’t just drift into the 70’s and then peter out. Time Out of Mind was one of the best albums of the 90’s and easily rivals Blood on the Tracks or Highway 61 Revisited (or Freewheelin’, if you prefer) for the title of Best Dylan Album Ever.
Five and a half decades into his monstrously large career, the man is still going. I hope he never stops.