Editors' Notes Bob Dylan’s third album, his first to contain all original songs, reveals a revolutionary-minded 22-year-old leaning to the political and social. He’s his generation’s reporter on both the anthemic title song and the lamenting-yet-urgent “With God on Our Side.” On the heartbreaking “North Country Blues,” he tells of a wife who loses her loved ones to the town mine. Dylan’s genius here is how he blends complex ideas of poverty and racism with beat poetry and sturdy acoustic-folk traditions, while making it all easy to sing along to.
The Times They Are A-Changin'
Ballad of Hollis Brown
With God On Our Side
One Too Many Mornings
North Country Blues
Only a Pawn In Their Game
Boots of Spanish Leather
When the Ship Comes In
The Lonesome Death of Hattie Carroll
10 Songs, 46 Minutes
January 13, 1964
℗ Originally Released 1964 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT
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