The Times They Are a-Changin'



"The Times They Are a-Changin’" was released by American folk musician Bob Dylan in 1964 as the first track on his third studio album "The Times They Are a-Changin’" through Columbia Records. It was written by Bob Dylan. The song peaked at number 9 on the UK Singles Chart.

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"There are people who say that he was not a good guy - he was manipulative, he was this, that and the other. I tend to see it as, you are what you are. He could be a shit, like anybody else. But a lot of it had to do with being given permission to say and do whatever you wanted, because nobody was in a position to tell you no. Everybody’s yessing you, and everybody wants a piece of you. So what do you do?" - Suze Rotolo 

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Losing one’s child is the bitterest pill to take. I’ve got two more boys now, who are absolute gems - different kinds of guys but they’re really good friends of mine. But at that time nothing was in my favour at all. And the sensationalism and the cheap shots that followed it were hard to take. The comments about how it was all connected with Jimmy’s dalliance with the dark side and whatever - that was cheap. I’ve never shared those preoccupations with him and I don’t really know anything about it.  Fate is already written - Robert Plant

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