While the title track is an all time classic it is not one of his better early folk records. Go back one album and give The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan a listen, that one is packed with more accessible tunes including many Dylan classics like Blowin' in the Wind, Girl from North Country, Masters of War, A Hard Rain's Gonna Fall, and Don't Think Twice it's All Right.250
Bob Dylan - The Times They Are a-Changin' (1964)
My Ratings: 73.161
Rank: 1097 (out of 1904)
Best Song: Ballad of Hollis Brown [86.0]
It is hard to listen to a whole Dylan album but I did it. I liked 6 of the 10 tracks.
This was one of our "go to" albums in high school. Before we went to school every morning, me or my brother would play "Rocky Mountain Way" to get us pumped up for the day. Excellent album.<by request>
Joe Walsh - The Smoker You Drink, The Player You Get (1973)
My Ratings: 78.690
Rank: 295 (out of 1909)
Best Song: Rocky Mountain Way [90.0]
This was an album Joe Walsh did with Barnstorm but apparently they got no recognition which may have led to the break up.... anyhow, another solid album by Walsh. The non-radio tracks I liked the best were "Midnight Moodiess" and "Happy Ways".