Bob Dylan: Changing Times - 1989, Oh Mercy

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John Wilson presents Bob Dylan's - Oh Mercy. Bob Dylan's Oh Mercy was seen as a comeback and was the first album he had written entirely himself for four years. Recorded in an imposing house in New Orleans and produced by Daniel Lanois (who had been recommended to Dylan by Bono), it was a return to form. At this time Dylan also stepped up his touring schedule, clocking up ninety nine concerts, what he described since then as his 'never-ending' tour.