I really wanted to like this album more than I actually do. I'm finding his old timey thing sort of tiring these days and the album as a whole seems very forgettable and ordinary. His voice has become cartoony, some of which feels intentional. Having said all of that, it still has a lure to me simply because it's Bob Dylan. There is a nostalgia for me in his work, I think because he has been an important voice in my head since I was young. A consistent, steady stream of words and sounds that always felt more than human. It's a hard thing to articulate but his sound touches me in a unique way and that still does exist.
His later albums have grown on my over time although none really are things I go to often. I do hope I find more in Tempest with some play's but for now, for me, it's just OK.