When Bob Dylan's "Things Have Changed" showed up on the soundtrack to the movie Wonder Boys in 2000, it seemed to complete a cycle, suggesting a link to Dylan's 1964 ground-shifting cultural statement "The Times They Are a-Changin'." On closer inspection, the lyrics to "Things Have Changed" really seem to be mostly about a hopeless love affair, but the penultimate line "I used to care, but things have changed" still suggested a political or cultural change of climate, and Dylan was perceived to be saying a whole lot more than the actual lyrics stated. This, of course, is what makes Dylan lyrics the pop equivalent of a hall of mirrors, and is a good part of his enduring appeal. The song ended up winning an Academy Award in 2001. This four-song set includes the album version of "Things Have Changed" from Best of Bob Dylan, Vol. 2 along with live versions of "Blowin' in the Wind," "Make You Feel My Love," and the intriguing "Highlands."