Time Out Of Mind

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Bob Dylan's first album of new material in seven years is being released next week by Columbia Records. Reviewer Tom Moon says that Dylan's songwriting has never been in finer form, and his time away from the recording studio...spent on the road, honing his guitar skills and immersing himself in traditional folk song forms...has paid off. He says the new album is an exploration of aging and celebrity, and is Dylan's best in years. (STATIONS: "Time Out of Mind" by Bob Dylan will be released on Tuesday, September 30 by Columbia Records.) ((STEREO))

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