这是迪伦后期的一张作品，它的歌词似乎有些另类，比如2 X 2 这首就象一个儿歌，这点上大家从名字上都看得出来，这似乎是迪伦在歌词的创作上刻意求新求异以挽回后期的下划。但是就我个人的感觉而言，这是一张成熟的专辑，相信里面的每首歌都是经过精雕细琢的。这是一张感情丰富的专辑，如果你静下心来听的话，感觉可能会更好。
Under the Red Sky is rock legend Bob Dylan's 27th studio album, released by Columbia Records in 1990.
The album was largely greeted as a strange and disappointing follow-up to 1989's critically-acclaimed Oh Mercy. Most of the criticism was directed at the slick sound of pop producer Don Was, as well as a handful of tracks that seem rooted in children's nursery rhymes. It is a rarity in Dylan's catalog for its inclusion of celebrity cameos, by Slash, Elton John, George Harrison, David Crosby, Stevie Ray Vaughan and Bruce Hornsby.