Marty Stuart's song was released on his hugely influential, widely admired (within the industry) album The Pilgrim; Bob Dylan's song was released in 2000 and given both an Academy Award and a Golden Globe Award for the year's Best Original Song. Uh huh?
OBSERVATIONS cf THINGS HAVE CHANGED
Thanks, not for the first time, to Scott Warmuth, for reporting (on Twitter) an exchange between Marty Stuart and Bob Dylan about Stuart's song 'The Observations of a Crow' - an exchange that included Dylan singing a bit of the song to Stuart to show that he had listened to it. As Warmuth suggests, isn't Dylan's own song 'Things Have Changed', er, reminiscent of this?: