Throughout 1980, Dylan was still focused on religious-oriented music in what was dubbed his 'Born Again' period that was marked by prolific songwriting. It continued through the summer, when Dylan began work on his follow-up album to Saved. "Property of Jesus", "Yonder Comes Sin", and new arrangements of older material like "Ain't Gonna Go to Hell (For Anybody)" were composed during this time, as were "Caribbean Wind" and "The Groom's Still Waiting at the Altar". Then, sometime in mid-September, Dylan reassembled his standing band at Rundown Studios in Santa Monica, California, where they recorded a number of his new songs, including "Every Grain of Sand". A rough recording of "Every Grain of Sand" dating from this period was eventually released on The Bootleg Series Volumes 1–3 (Rare & Unreleased) 1961–1991. Many people are dismayed with Dylans religious born again period. But I find "shot of love" to be very satisfying both musically and text wise. The title track "shot of love" is enough to carry this album in your collection. Shot of Love shadows "infidels" LP from 1983. Shot of Love also has a mix of religious and secular so it isnt so much hitting you in the face say as "slow train coming". Also a bit faster it seems in tempo than Slow Train Coming. For what it is worth, I got shot of Love in my collection before any of the early folk albums, but that is just anecdotal What I am saying is it is not bad, it is quite good.

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