Time Out of Mind was the thirtieth studio album by Bob Dylan, released in September 1997. It was his first double vinyl studio album since Self Portrait in 1970. It was also Dylan’s first album of original material since Under the Red Sky in 1990. The album has an atmospheric sound, the work of producer Daniel Lanois, whose innovative work with carefully placed microphones and strategic mixing was detailed by Dylan in his memoir, Chronicles: Volume One.
This 20th Anniversary Edition of Time Out of Mind includes a pressing of the 7″ single of the single “Lovesick”, with “Cold Iron Bounds” (Live, 2004) as the single’s b-side.