The Times, They are a-Changin’ – Bob Dylan


Hello Everyone,

Sorry for the long delay between posts, I got really sick for about a week and have been busting my ass for the last 3 weeks just to get caught up with everything.  Anyway, I decided to go with a bit of a classic.  Bob Dylan is one of the most profound singer songwriters of all time, and he is in fact from the Minneapolis area, which I suppose will also classify this as a local music selection.  Anyway this song speaks for itself so just give it a listen and hopefully it touches you as much as it has touched many from every recent generation.  This song was released in 1964 as the title track for Bob Dylan’s Album The Times They are a-Changin’.  Written and recorded in the early 60’s, this track is a testament to how when people band together, change for the better can occur.  Civil Rights, social, political, and economic issues can all be overcome.  Hopefully we can band together in this day and age and offer up another era of change.  Also, I find it interesting that Bob Dylan’s studio apartment as a young adult is more than 6 blocks from my current residence.  I present to you, one of the most iconic tracks of the early 60’s an era of change.  Listen, rate, and subscribe.

~Brian

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About Lone Scientists

The Lone Scientists are two college students from the great city of Minneapolis, Ross Rollin and Chris Madsen, who realized their passion for music and wanted to share it with others who enjoy discovering new music, listening to the classics, and those who just love music in general. We designed this blog to give an insight to our musical tastes. We will feature tracks, artists, and albums of all genres. The Lone Scientists welcome and encourage music requests, comments and feedback to make this blog as interactive as possible. Enjoy! View all posts by Lone Scientists

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