Dylan in depth

This index takes songs we have mentioned several times, and brings together the key articles.    Last update 15 May 2019

Apple Suckling Tree


Blowing in the Wind

Buckets of Rain

Cry a While

Desolation Row


Drifters Escape – see John Wesley Harding and the Drifter’s Escape

Duquesne Whistle

Everything is Broken

Farewell Angelina


Forever Young

From a Buick 6

Going going gone

Gotta Serve Somebody

Hard Rain’s a gonna fall


I and I

I don’t believe you

I shall be released

Idiot Wind

If Dogs Run Free

If you see her say hello

It takes a lot to laugh

It’s alright ma (I’m only bleeding)


John Wesley Harding and The Drifter’s Escape

Just like a woman

Lay Lady Lay

Lily, Rosemary and the Jack of Hearts.

Lonesome Day Blues

Make you feel my love 

Man gave names to all the animals

Man of Peace

Maybe Someday

Meet me in the Morning

Most Likely You Go Your Way

Nettie Moore

New Pony

No time to think

Not Dark Yet

Odds and Ends

One more cup of coffee

One too many mornings

  • Hero Blues – the song that Bob wanted to used instead of One too Many – with Dylan recording
  • One too many mornings: the start of the journey to Tangled up in Blue, with new selection of live recordings illustrating the range of re-writes the song has gone through.
  • Walking down the line: another song of moving on.

Only a pawn in their game

Pay in Blood

Please Mrs Henry

Pledging my time

Rainy Day Women

Ring them Bells

Rita May

Scarlet Town: the sources and the destinations

Señor (Tales of Yankee Power)

Series of Dreams

Seven Curses: Those amazing re-interpretations

She’s your lover now

Shelter from the Storm

Simple Twist of Fate: eternally different, eternally moving

 Soon after midnight

Tangled up in Blue

Tell Ol Bill

Things have changed

Thunder on the Mountain

The Times they are a-changin’

To fall in love with you

Times they are a changing

Tiny Montgomery

Too Much of Nothing

True love tends to forget 

Tweeter and the Monkey Man

Up to me

Visions of Johanna

We better talk this over

What good am I?

Working Men’s Blues #2

Yea Heavy and a bottle of bread

You’re a big girl now

 “You’re gonna make me lonesome”