A week after Bob Dylan’s Shadows In The Night was released in Europe, the album has charted at #1 on the Irish Recorded Music Association (IRMA) albums charts.
This follows reaching #1 on both Britain’s Official Charts Company (OCC) albums chart and Sweden’s Sverigetopplistan albums chart.
Additionally, Shadows In The Night has charted at #3 on Belgium’s Ultratop albums chart, at #2 on the Dutch MegaCharts albums chart and at #6 on the German Offiziell albums chart.
While the album was at #1 on Amazon’s Rock and Pop albums charts two days ago, it was since slipped to #2 on the Rock chart and #4 on the Pop chart, due to the Grammy’s. Beck’s Morning Phase is now at #1 on the Rock chart; Sam Smith’s In The Lonely Hour is at #1, Beck’s Morning Phase is at #2, and the 2015 GRAMMY Nominees album is at #3.
Although I have predicted that the Dylan album will debut at #1 on Billboard’s Albums chart this week, the impact of the Grammies may prove me wrong.
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[I published my novel, True Love Scars, in August of 2014.” Rolling Stone has a great review of my book. Read it here. And Doom & Gloom From The Tomb ran this review which I dig. There’s info about True Love Scars here.]