Limited vinyl LP repressing of this 1989 album from the Rock legend. Oh Mercy is often considered to be Dylan''s greatest comeback record, as it came after a long string of badly reviewed albums. Produced by Daniel Lanois in New Orleans, it was hailed by most critics as a triumph. The swampy, organic and hazy atmospheric production was unlike anything ever released by Dylan before and as Robert Christgau of The Village Voice wrote, "Daniel Lanois''s understated care and easy beat suit [Dylan''s] casual ways, and three or four songs might sound like something late at night on the radio, or after the great flood." Oh Mercy, featuring standout tracks such as "Ring Them Bells", "Most Of The Time", "Man In The Long Black Coat" and "Shooting Star", was Dylan''s best chart record in years reaching #30 on the Billboard charts in the US and #6 in the UK.