I really liked Together Through Life, actually more so than Time Out Of Mind, which was the only post-Desire album I found worthwhile. I think "Beyond Here Lies Nothin'", the first single, is actually pretty representative for the album, so if you like that, you'll probably want the album: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7TbmP2vXeQs
What struck me as most appealing is the different attitude. Even on Time Out Of Mind, and much more so on other late-Dylan, I thought it sounded like Dylan struggling to make his voice work on songs he couldn't handle anymore. On Together Through Life, he found a new style where there's no strain between the songs and his voice - they're just a match.
So, I was *really* pleasantly surprised by Together Through Life. Then, he came out with Christmas in the Heart, which I found so absolutely awful that I just skipped over Tempest. Then, when I heard about Shadows in the Night, I decided to give him a chance, and he actually sounded pretty nice on old standards, though I definitely prefer Together Through Life.
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