Bob Dylan – The Times They Are A-Changin’ (1964/2015)
FLAC (tracks) 24bit/192kHz | Time – 45:11 minutes | 2,26 GB | Genre: Folk, Rock
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A 22-year-old stands on stage with his guitar, surrounded by more than 100,000 people demanding equal rights for whites and blacks in Washington on August 28, 1963. The crowd is thrilled with his songs, which he performs alone and with folk superstar Joan Baez. Peter, Paul And Mary sing his “Blowin’ In The Wind”. Martin Luther King will later give a speech that will go down in history and bring the preacher the Nobel Peace Prize (“I Have A Dream”).
In the course of the next few months, a young bard who is virtually unknown becomes the voice of a generation. Everyone would consider such a moment as one of the highlights of their life. Almost everyone. Not everyone. At least not the one we’re talking about. In his ” Chronicles, Vol. I ” (2004), Bob Dylan does not lose a single word about the epochal peace March in Washington. Instead, he complains bitterly about all the things that people have accused him of. He is the new Messiah, the Savior of the world, a Buddha in Western clothes. But he is only a person who likes to make music, he writes. Until they started to follow him everywhere, to hover and not leave him alone anymore.
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