February 25, 1998 – Bob Dylan’s – Time Out of Mind won three Grammy Awards

1998 Time Out of Mind won three Grammy Awards
1998 Time Out of Mind won three Grammy Awards

Time Out of Mind -1998 Grammy Awards

1- Album of the year

2-Best Contemporary Folk Album

3- “Cold Irons Bound” – Best Rock Vocal Performance, Male


Time Out of Mind is the thirtieth studio album by the American musician Bob Dylan, released on September 30, 1997, by Columbia Records. It was his first double studio album (on vinyl) since Self Portrait in 1970. It was also released as a single CD.

For some fans and critics, the album marked Dylan’s artistic comeback after he appeared to struggle with his musical identity throughout the 1980s; he had not released any original material for seven years, since Under the Red Sky in 1990. Time Out of Mind is hailed as one of Dylan’s best albums, and it went on to win three Grammy Awards, including Album of the Year in 1998. It was also ranked number 408 on Rolling Stone’s list of The 500 Greatest Albums of All Time in 2003


Time Out Of Mind showed Dylan not merely back at the peak of his powers, but with a whole new set of powers. What The Freewheelin’ … and Bringing It All Back Home reflected in his youth, what Blood On The Tracks yielded in his growing maturity, this album represents in his elder statesmanship. Here he unflinchingly embraces middle age (and beyond), as restless and probing as ever, but with earned experience and wisdom countered with even more questions and doubts. “Not Dark Yet ” is a bold declaration, a statement some linked to the works of Keats, as well as to the source of his assumed name, Dylan Thomas. This centerpiece is framed by the frisky opener “Love Sick ” (which Dylan performed on the 40th GRAMMY Awards telecast) and almost manic, rockabilly inflected “Cold Irons Bound,” and the epic closer, “Highlands.” At more than 16 minutes, the latter is the longest studio recording in his catalog. The sharp, atmospheric production by Daniel Lanois and playing from a stellar cast, including drummers Jim Keltner and Brian Blade, slide guitarist Cindy Cashdollar, and keyboardists Jim Dickinson and Augie Meyers, gave richness to the soundscapes of this career landmark.


Subject: Time out of mind – A personal ‘review’ by the Mierow Brothers Nothing to be gained by any explanation? A review reviewed and some personal thoughts on Time out of mind Some general notes in advance  read more at :







A1Love Sick 
A2Dirt Road Blues 
A3Standing In The Doorway 
A4Million Miles 
B1Tryin’ To Get To Heaven 
B2‘Til I Fell In Love With You 
B3Not Dark Yet 
C1Cold Irons Bound 
C2Make You Feel My Love 
C3Can’t Wait 


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