The Times They Are A-Changin’ 150 gm

5 out of 5

$25.24

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Features the original “11 Outlined Epitaphs” insert.

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3 reviews for The Times They Are A-Changin’ 150 gm

5 out of 5
  1. Mark

    Urban Folk at Its Finest!This disc, along with “Another Side” and ”Freewhellin” are all representative of the brilliant then-young poet/composer that we all know and appreciate to this day. The songs here are all audio snapshots of their time… protest and civil rights songs that were/are thought provoking and masterfully rendered by an amazingly young artist of the time. Subsequent cover versions of these songs by Joan Baez, the Byrds, and other artists in the folk genre of the 60s serve as testament to just how good they were and remain to this day. This is another ‘must have’ Dylan disc for those who cherish thought provoking, intelligent compositions that give one pause to reflect on injustice, prejudice, and the unfairness that life metes out to many at any period of time. These tunes are as relevant now as they ever were and I can highly recommend this disc for anyone interested in the period they came from, as well as now.

  2. Samuel G. Johnson

    Urban Folk at Its Finest!This disc, along with “Another Side” and ”Freewhellin” are all representative of the brilliant then-young poet/composer that we all know and appreciate to this day. The songs here are all audio snapshots of their time… protest and civil rights songs that were/are thought provoking and masterfully rendered by an amazingly young artist of the time. Subsequent cover versions of these songs by Joan Baez, the Byrds, and other artists in the folk genre of the 60s serve as testament to just how good they were and remain to this day. This is another ‘must have’ Dylan disc for those who cherish thought provoking, intelligent compositions that give one pause to reflect on injustice, prejudice, and the unfairness that life metes out to many at any period of time. These tunes are as relevant now as they ever were and I can highly recommend this disc for anyone interested in the period they came from, as well as now.

  3. Dano

    This is one of the classic albums of all time (and Dylan has so many of them.Ok, so this is pre-electric, it is still as sharp as a razor. Lyrically this is probably one of his very best albums ever. The content is dark, but if that is not scary to you then I see no reason you wouldn’t love it.This album has aged very well due to it’s simplicity and that topically the issues touched on are still relevant.Times are a changin’ is a classic that everyone knows … or should.hollis brown is a tale of tragedy that still has echoes today.with god on our side is a sharp attack at the self righteous making a mockery of their self righteousness.one too many mornings is another classic with a reflective lyric that is agelessnorth country blues is another tragic taleonly a pawn in their game is an astonishing and insightful commentary on social manipulation and racism and many other topics.boots of spanish leather is one of the most beautiful tales of lost love ever writtenwhen the ship comes in is a great song that is somewhat lighter in mood than the rest of the albumlonesome death of hattie carroll is one of the greatest ever songs about corruption/inbalance in our system of (in)justiceand restless farewell is exactly that.This album may be heavy going for some, but essentially this is lyrically one of the most important Dylan albums ever made.

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