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  1. Saved Bob Dylan. Produced by Barry Beckett & Jerry Wexler. Album Saved. Saved Lyrics [Verse 1] I was blinded by the devil Born already ruined Stone-cold dead As I stepped out of the womb.
  2. Bob Dylan Surrender Your Crown. Album JP on Thinman label Rock (Folk Rock) Recorded at The Uptown Theater, Kansas City, MO January 29, Audience Recording.
  3. Lyrics to 'When He Returns' by Bob Dylan. The iron hand it ain't no match for the iron rod, The strongest wall will crumble and fall to a mighty God. For all those who have eyes and all those who have ears It is only He who can reduce me to tears. Don't you cry and don't you die and don't you burn.
  4. All songs written by Bob Dylan except "A Satisfied Mind" written by Red Hayes & Jack Rhodes & "Saved," written by Bob Dylan and Tim Drummond. Recorded at Muscle Shoals Sound Studio Engineer -- Gregg Hamm Assistant Engineer -- Mary Beth McLemore. Mastered at Amigo Sound Studios, Burbank, CA.
  5. Hey, my excuse for not having this album before is that I got stuck in Europe for much of the time after graduating (my choice), and I got tangled up with the locals, but if you were here all the time and knew Bob Dylan from the 60's, you surely have missed out on a real treasure of an album!/5().
  6. Find album release information for Saved - Bob Dylan on AllMusic. Find album release information for Saved - Bob Dylan on AllMusic CD: Saved: Find album release information for Saved - Bob Dylan on AllMusic AllMusic. New Releases.
  7. Yawn, enough with the Born Again Christian stuff mulosatizootinafimenumdeli.coinfo Wexler produces again but it's missing Mark Knopfler on this, the second in Dylan's Christian trilogy, the lyrics are too overtly preachy and it lacks any strong songs to hold the album up.
  8. Feb 15,  · Meanwhile, “Saved” is one of those albums that routinely turns up in polls of people’s worst 5 Bob Dylan albums, and is regarded as the regrettable follow-up to “Slow Train Coming”. It is caricatured as being badly produced and it is often said that Dylan should have withdrawn it and replaced it with a live album from his gospel tours.

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