Friday, September 01, 2006

The 11 Best Bob Dylan Songs (Part 3 of 3)

Bob Dylan is a unique artist in a thousand different ways. But what I find especially intriguing about him is that he has lived long enough to pass into a stage of his career that very few muscians ever reach. The retrospective stage. For most of Dylan's career, his songs were comments on life and its eccentricities...but now, weathering 60 years of trials and tribulations, his songs have become comments on his own life. It all started with his song "Things Have Changed" from the Wonder Boys sountrack. It's a song that only one man was capable of writing...Bob Dylan. The perfect introspective companion to "Times They Are A-Changin'" from the beginning of his career, because "Things" is an analysis of the future predictions laid out in "Times." It signified a new starting point, a rebirth, where the songs were darker and brighter at the same time. Tales from a man who lived through the best of times and the worst of times and is ready to share his thoughts with the world.

Here are the 11 Best Bob Dylan Songs from Time Out of Mind forward:

1. Things Have Changed (Wonder Boys sdtk.) MP3
2. Not Dark Yet (Time Out Of Mind)
3. Bye and Bye (Love and Theft)
4. Love Sick (Time Out Of Mind)
5. Tweedle Dee (Love and Theft)
6. 'Cross The Green Mountain (Gods and Generals)
7. Thunder on the Mountain (Modern Times)
8. Honest With Me (Love and Theft)
9. Trying To Get To Heaven (Time Out Of Mind)
10. Mississippi (Love and Theft)
11. Ain't Talkin' (Modern Times)

1 comment:

Twentyonegunz said...

1 Desolation Row
2 When the Ship Comes in
3 Subterranean Homesick Blues
4 Times They Are a Changin
5 Highway 61
6 Like a Rolling Stone
7 Blowin in The Wind
8 Boots of Spanish Leather
9 All Along the Watchtower
10 With God on our Side
11 One too Many Mornings