There’s a wind of change blowing through the world. The seasons are all topsy turvy with the rain pelting down in July to an accompaniment of surprised exclamation. “Would you believe it?” we all say – or words to that effect. The weather can’t be ruled and we have to accept it. Bob Dylan sings his big heart in the backwoods of Kent with a performance that mesmorizes and mystifies. He sings about thunder (Thunder on the Mountain), rain (A Hard Rain’s a Gonna Fall) and water (High Water). His songs appear at once both backward looking and prophetic. Something’s about to happen for sure.