Music: Tops in Pops

Rockin' through summer

Bob Dylan: Street-Legal (Columbia). Step over here, kids, and watch how the big boys do it. Dylan's past couple of records have found him hitting, missing, mostly flailing, but Street-Legal lands home pretty clean. Among jugular reveries and cyclonic voyages to the end of the night, it is the love songs that stand out. Dylan sings them in a variety of moods: surly wit ("Do you love me/ Or are you just extending good will?"); sidelong irony ("Betrayed by a kiss/ On a cool night of bliss/ In the valley of...

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