Of his four pre-electric albums, 1964's "Another Side of Bob Dylan," is perhaps the key work, although not necessarily his best. "Freewheelin'" is better ,"Times" is more protest-y and his debut is more charming. But this marks his move away from protest/message songs to the more personal, impressionistic and idiosyncratic songs that would come to full flower on his groundbreaking '65-'66 albums. "My Back Pages" seems to be an abstract break with his earlier days, while the most political song, "Chimes of Freedom" is more a general call, rather than a specific protest. Later Dylan would claim to never really be a political singer, but it clearly meant something to him at some point, although if he hadn't changed, he would have been a lot less interesting. Also pick up the books "Positively 4th Street" and Dylan's "Chronicles."
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