Bob Dylan collaborator reflects ahead of Savannah tour stop

Grammy winner Malcolm Burn looks back on the experience of working with Dylan on his 1989 album Oh Mercy
THESE DAYS, Bob Dylan is an institution – or as Malcolm Burn says, a “national treasure.” In 1989, however, Dylan was emerging from a series of less-than-successful albums and a period of musical irrelevance. When producer Daniel Lanois, who’d just come down from the massive success of U2’s Joshua Tree album, got the call to produce Dylan’s next album, he took Burn along with him.

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