- Together Through 2019: what’s coming up from Dylan.
- Too much of nothing: Bob Dylan’s take on TS Eliot, maybe.
- Why does Dylan love “Uncloudy Day”? A bolt straight from the heavens.
- Bob Dylan And William Saroyan: A Thousand Miles From Sure
- Dylan’s Lay lady lay. That la la la type thing.
- Bob Dylan: The Circus Is In Town
- How can a non Christian relate to Dylan’s Gospel songs?
- Bob Dylan: Little Montgomery And The One-Eyed Midget
- Yea! Heavy And A Bottle Of Bread
- Why we should stop taking Bob Dylan so literally.
Indexes and reference pages
- A classification of Dylan’s songs
- About the reviews
- Alphabetical index of Dylan’s songs
- Bob Dylan year by year
- Bob Dylan’s Themes
- Dylan at the movies
- Dylan in depth
- Dylan songs of the 1960s
- Dylan songs of the 1970s
- Dylan songs of the 1980s
- Dylan songs of the 1990s
- Dylan songs of the 21st century
- Dylan’s creativity
- Dylan’s lighter side
- Dylan’s Opening Lines: an index
- Forgotten gems, lost songs
- Index of citations
- Influences On Bob Dylan
- Poets and themes within Bob Dylan’s work
- Untold Dylan: “I’ll let you be in my dream if I can be in yours”
- Untold Highlights
- Untold Themes
- Untold writers
- Updated reviews
Category Archives: Times they are a changing
By Tony Attwood “Only a Pawn in Their Game” refers to the murder of Medgar Evers, as the opening lines of the song reveal. He was the civil rights activist who was the Mississippi leader of the National Association for … Continue reading
by Tony Attwood Does it matter that sometimes Dylan uses other people’s melodies, phrases, partial lyrics? Does it matter that on occasion he re-uses his own music with new words? Does it matter if he takes an actual event … Continue reading
By Tony Attwood This article updated 14 June 2017. By pure chance as I settled down to gather my thoughts on The Times in preparation to write this review, I also listened to Girl of the North Country. And I … Continue reading
By Tony Attwood This review updated July 2018, with the addition of one of Dylan’s rare outings for the song, and two totally different renditions linked at the end. Amidst all the moral relativism of Dylan, all the references to … Continue reading