Music: Tripping Through Old Times

Four stalwarts of the '60s make some fresh new music

Of course, Bob Dylan said it best. "Yesterday's just a memory/ Tomorrow is never what it's supposed to be," he sings in the chorus of a sweet and anxious love song on his new album. Infidels (Columbia) is a gruff and passionate reminder that rock-'n'-roll greatness rates a little patience. It also neatly marks an unexpected passage: yesterday's eminences energetically navigating their own channels of continuity. The past few weeks have seen major new releases not only by Dylan, but by Paul McCartney, elfin...

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