Bob Dylan - Oh Mercy Outtakes album
Oh Mercy is the 26th studio album by American singer-songwriter Bob Dylan, released on September 18, 1989 by Columbia Records. Oh Mercy gave Dylan his best chart showing in years, reaching No. 30 on the Billboard charts in the United States and No. 6 in the UK.
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The album opens with "Political World", a song that Dylan described in Chronicles Volume One as a "catalog of troublesalmost an update on 'With God on Our Side'" A cranky tirade against the modern world, it begins with the verse, "We live in a political world/Love don't have any place/We live in a time where men commit crime/And crime.
Format: Cassette, Album, Chrome Tape. Oh Mercy (LP, Album).
Bob Dylan "Oh Mercy" (1989) album. More Bob Dylan albums.
|2||God Knows I||3:23|
|3||God Knows II||3:15|
|4||What Good Am I||4:59|
|5||Most Of The Time I||5:14|
|6||Everything Is Broken||3:00|
|8||Born In Time||4:25|
|11||Disease Of Conceit||3:54|
|12||Ring Them Bells I||2:21|
|13||Ring Them Bells II||1:25|
|14||Most Of The Time II||5:16|
|15||Series Of Dreams I||5:19|
|16||What Was It You Wanted||4:50|
|17||Series Of Dreams II||5:15|
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout: MON WMM 042
|WMM 454||Bob Dylan||Oh Mercy Outtakes (CD, Unofficial)||Wanted Man Music||WMM 454||Europe||1999|