Steve Kline Ages of Rock
1983: Bob Dylan’s 22nd studio album Infidels peaks at #9 on U.K. charts. It rises to #20 in the U.S. and goes gold. Critical reaction is strong — this LP marks Dylan’s return to secular music after his detour into religiosity. This work co-produced with the genius Mark Knopfler is packed with gems: Jokerman, Sweetheart Like You and the closer, Don’t Fall Apart on Me Tonight. Dylan thus continues his tradition of closing his albums with a love song to his current partner.