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David & David - Rockefeller's, Houston, TX, Dec. 8, 1986, SBD
David and David Houston, Tx 12/8/86 Rockerfellers SBD/FM? CDR>JoeyJay fix>CDR>EAC>FLAC 1. A Rock For the Forgotten 2. Good Times 3. Swimming In The Ocean 4. Being Alone Together 5. Swallowed By The Cracks 6. Heroes 7. All Alone In the Big City 8. My Eyes Are Open 9. Welcome To Th Boomtown 10. Aint So Easy 11. Rivers Gonna Rise 12. Ahh, My Baby 13. The Pusher Since my first David X 2 posting was so warmly received I went looking for more. I found this on some David and David sharing site. You know the type that charges y ou $5 per disc, $3 to cover costs and $2 to cover postage. Well apparently the mon ey doesnt cover burning a disc in DAO mode. So I turned to my friend and fellow Di mer Joeyjay to fix the disc. He did a great job removing those awful 2 second gaps . I dont know what tools he used, sorry. I have really only sampled this disc to check a bit of Joeys work and to see what the sound was like. This is a SBD, not s ure if its an FM, and it also sounds as if it might be vinyl sourced, thought I hea rd a little vinyl noise. Sorry to be so vague, but thats all I know. The sound is nt as full as my other David & David show, but this one DOESNT have the phoney audi ence that the King Biscuit show had, and it is a more complete concert recording. Enjoy!
Miles Davis - Koningin Elizabeth-zaal Zoo, Antwerp, Belgium, Oct. 28, 1967, FM
Miles Davis Koningin Elizabeth-zaal Zoo Antwerpen Belgium 10-28-1967 Miles Davis - trumpet Wayne Shorter - saxophones Herbie Hancock - piano Ron Carter - acoustic bass Tony Williams - drums Radio broadcast 1. Agitation 05:31 2. Footprints 09:48 3. 'Round Midnight 07:47 4. No Blues 11:42 5. Riot 03:43 6. On Green Dolphin Street 08:38 7. Masqualero 09:01 8. Gingerbread Boy 06:03 9. The Theme 01:19 Miles Talks - Whatever 00:24
Miles Davis - Neue Stadthalle, Dietikon, Switzerland, Oct. 22, 1971, FM
Miles Davis Septet October 22, 1971 [Second concert] Neue Stadthalle Dietikon, Switzerland RESEEDED AS IS EXCEPT FOR UPDATED INFO FILE. FM Broadcast (DRS3 Swiss Radio) > ? > CD > EAC v0.95 prebeta 5 (secure mode) > tracking, fades, see above notes (Cubase SX 2) > flac encoding [v1.1.1, -8, -V, sector aligned] Miles Davis (tpt); Gary Bartz (ss, as); Keith Jarrett (el-p, org); Michael Henderson (el-b); Ndugu Leon Chancler (d); Charles Don Alias (cga, perc); James Mtume Forman (cga, perc) cd1: 01-Directions 02-Honky Tonk 03-What I Say 04-Sanctuary 05-It's About That Time 06-Yesternow cd2: 01-Funky Tonk (incomplete) ----This is the November 2001 DRS3 Radio re-broadcast---- notes: -radio jingles removed -radio host intro and radio host outro removed. -After the radio host intro, the show began with the first track fading in. That fad e-in is preserved here. -The actual broadcast didn't include the ending of the last track as the host starte d speaking over a fade-out. Therefore even if the last track in this set of files fades out, no music is really missing from the original 2001 re-broadcast. -No sound processing applied.
Miles Davis - Le Toucquet, Palais du Sport, France, Jul. 16, 1988
MILES DAVIS_1988-07-16 LE TOUQUET, FR. PALAIS DU SPORT CD1/2 1. In A Silent Way 2. Intruder 3. New Blues 4. Perfect Way 5. The Senate/ Me And You 6. Human Nature 7. Wrinkle 8. Tutu 9. Time After Time CD 2/2 1. Movie Star 2. Splatch 3. Funk Suite 4. Heavy Metal 5. Don't Stop Me Now 6. Carnival Time 7. Drums 8. Tomaas 9. Portia Personell: Miles Davis Trumpet, Keyboards Kenny Garrett Alto & Baritone Saxophones, Flute Bobby Irving Keyboards, Musical Director Adam Holzman Keyboards Joe Foley McCreary Lead Piccollo Bass Guitar Benjamin Rietveld Bass Guitar Marilyn Mazur Percussion Ricky Wellman Drums Lineage: AUD(Sony ECM 909 @90 setting)>MCA (Dolby C on Sony WM D6;PB: Nakamichi LX-3, azimuth optimized)>Marian Marc 2 (setting 24 bit, 64 Khz)>HD>re-master with WaveLab 5.0, us ing 32, 48 and 64 bit solution plug ins>16 bit, 44.1 KHz downsampling>normalisation to-0.01 db>CD Wave tracking>FLAC FRONTEND (Level
Miles Davis - Palasport Carnera, Udine, Italy, Apr. 10, 1989
Miles Davis 10 april 1989 Palasport Carnera, Udine, Italy disk 1 01. Jilli 6.56 02. Hannibal 6.32 03. Intruder 3.38 04. Star People 11.15 05. Perfect Way 5.20 06. Mr. Pastorius 7.58 07. Human Nature 12.03 08. Tutu 11.57 09. Time After Time 9.11 10. Full Nelson 4.47 disk 2 01. Me And You 5.59 02. Carnival Time 21.20 Personnel: Miles Davis Kenny Garret, sax Kei Akagi, kbd Foley, 4 string gtr Benny Rietveld, bass Ricky Wellman, drums Monyungo Jackson, perc Lineage: ? > cass (Maxell XLII) > Philips cdr 785 (0db) > cdr > EAC > wav > > EAC sound processor (deleted glitches, normalization at 98% if peak>98% or <85%) > wav > > CD Wave Editor (track splitting) > Mkw > SHN Note: edited version I attended this concert and recorded it on a portable walkman. The cassette is now somewhere at my parents' house, one day I'll dig it out; I can o nly recall the recording level was too high. I had looked for this show for a long time as a trade, but it seemed that this was n ot around. One day I traded with a very friendly and generous friend, David in WI, who sent me the show on his originals, two maxell XL II cassettes. After a while seasoning on my shelf (!) I could transfer the cassettes on cdr, make the above adjustments and editing and SHN it for distribution. Known issues: Since this is from tape origin, d1t6 fades out and d1t7 fades in. Final tip: I also enclose the scan of my ticket, with Foley's and Monyungo's autographs on the back. Do not encode to Mp3 and never for sale!
Miles Davis - Blues Alley, Tokyo, Sep. 21, 1990
Miles Davis_1990-09-21 Tokyo, JP Blues Alley CD 1/2: 1. Slave To The Rhythm Intro 2. Perfect Way 3. New Blues (Star People) 4. Hannibal 5. The Senate/You And Me 6. Human Nature 7. Time After Time CD 2/2: 1. Wrinkle 2. Mr. Pastorius 3. Tutu 4. Don't Stop Me Know 5. Carnival 6. Drums 7. Outro Personell: Miles Davis: trumpet, keyboards Kenny Garrett: alto sax, flute, musical director Kai Akagi: keyboards Joe "Foley" McCreary: lead piccollo bass guitar Richard Patterson: bass guitar Erin Davis*: percussion Ricky Wellman: drums *= There are different notings of percussion players after the Europe tour of that s ummer. Some say, John Bigham then played with Miles. Could somebody verify that, who has been at the show? Lineage: AUD>MDAT>CDR>CDR>EAC (secure & off set corrected)>remaster with WaveLab 5.0 using 32, 48 6 64 Bit solution plug ins>normalisation to -0.01 db>CD Wave tracking> Flac Frontend (level 8)
Miles Davis - Radio Project, APR
The Miles Davis Radio Project (American Public Radio) Episode 1 (60 min) - Miles Davis: The Early Years, 1926-1946 Episode 2 (60 min) - Miles Davis: New York to Paris and Back, 1946-1956 Episode 3 (60 min) - Miles Davis: Midnight Idol, 1956-1960 Episode 4 (60 min) - Miles Davis: The Sixties are Electric, 1959-1969 Episode 5 (60 min) - Miles Davis: The Seventies and Eighties, Retirement and Rebirth Episode 6 (60 min) - Behind the Scenes with Miles Davis Episode 7 (120 min) - Unissued Live Recordings Downbeat magazine (November 1990) described the project as follows: The Miles Davis Radio Project, hosted by actor Danny Glover, is a landmark, seven-part series t hat is being distributed this October to all public radio stations in the United States. Six one-hour documentary programs and a two-hour music special f eaturing live recordings made on tour with Miles in 1988 and 1989, these recordings are the first official release of any live Miles in eight years. The series also features musical demonstrations by Jon Faddis, Lester Bowie, Tony Williams, Roy Porter, Andrew White, Jason Miles, Marcus Miller, George Duke, Olu Dara, and Lenny White. In addition, there are exclusive glimpses into outtakes from legendary CBS recording sessions, including 'Round About Midnight, Sketches of Spain, and Circle in the Round. Research for the project has been extensive. Writer Quincy Troupe spent over 100 hours over a period of three ye ars interviewing Miles for Miles: The Autobiography. Executive Producer Steve Rowland and Troupe recorded interviews and demonstrations with over 10 0 musicians, artists, and writers, including Art Blakey, Dizzy Gillespie, Art Taylor, Jimmy Cobb, Art Farmer, Carlos Santana, Roberta Flack, Marcus Mill er, Joni Mitchell, Hamiett Bluiett, Gerry Mulligan, Ira Gitler, Tony Williams, Joe Zawinul, and Wayne Shorter.
Deadstring Brothers - Twangfest 12, Blueberry Hill Duck Room, St. Louis, MO, Jun. 5, 2008, SBD MTX
THE DEADSTRING BROTHERS Twangfest 12 Blueberry Hill Duck Room St. Louis, MO June 5, 2008 Source 1: Superlux HK8 > Edirol UA-5 > Nomad Jukebox 3 (.wav @ 44.1 kHz) Source 2: Soundboard > Nomad Jukebox 3 (.wav @ 44.1 kHz) Transfer: JB3 > PC > Cool Edit Pro 2.0 > CDWave Editor > FLAC Frontend (level 6) > FLAC 01 Ain't No Hidin' Love 02 For A Time 03 Toe The Line 04 If You Want Me To 05 Meet Me Down At Heavy Load 06 Tennessee Sure Enough 07 Blindfolded 08 You Look Like the Devil 09 10 11 Sacred Heart 12 Queen of the Scene 13 [encore break] 14
Deerhoof - Greek Theater, Berkeley, CA, Jun. 23-24, 2006
Deerhoof - Embarcadero Marina Park, SD, CA, Jun. 26, 2007
Paco de Lucia
Paco de Lucia & Septet - Sala Kongresowa, Warsaw, Dec. 10, 1997, FM
Paco de Lucia & Septet Sala Kongresowa, Warsaw, Poland December 10th, 1997 1. Manteca Colora [performed by de Lucia, Canizares, Benavent] 2. La Barrosa [performed by de Lucia, Grilo, Dantas] 3. Peroche [performed by Paco de Lucia & Septet] 4. La Tumbona [[performed by Paco de Lucia & Septet] 5. Carderosa [performed by de Lucia, Canizares, Benavent, Dantas, Grilo, Pardo] 6. Solo Quiero Caminar, incl. Rio Ancho [performed by Paco de Lucia & Septet] 7. Encore: Alta Mar [performed by Paco de Lucia & Septet] FM recording (lineage unknown) The tracklist (and torrent) is not for the full show, but for the radio re-broadcast by Polskie Radio 3 in December 1997. Paco de Lucia: guitar Ramon de Algeciras: guitar Juan M. Canizares: guitar Carlos Benavent: bass, mandola, vocals Duquende: vocals Joaquin Grilo: dance, percussion, vocals Jorge Pardo: saxophone, flute, vocals Rubem Dantas: percussion, vocals
Paco de Lucia Septet - Estival Jazz, Lugano, Switzerland, Jul. 13, 2001, SBD
Paco De Lucia Septet Estival Jazz Piazza Della Riforma, Lugano, Switzerland 13. July 2001 Soundboard > ReelToReel >DAT > 1st copy > eac > wave > flac frontend (align on sector boundaries Level 8) > torrent on www.dimeadozen.org Size : 372 MB (incl. Artwork) Setlist : 01. Camaron [7:42] 02. El Chorruelo [7:52] 03. Manteca Colora [5:51] 04. unknown [11:37] 05. unknown [6:59] 06. unknown [2:14] 07. unknown [4:489 08. unknown [2:12]
Iris DeMent - Cactus Cafe, Austin, TX, Sep. 18, 1993, FM
IRIS DeMENT - THE CACTUS CAFE, AUSTIN, TX 1994 The Cactus Cafe, University of Texas, Austin, TX September 18th 1993 Complete FM Broadcast CDR received in trade, no details, Artwork included. 01. Intro /SHORES OF JORDAN 02. THESE HILLS 03. YOU'VE DONE NOTHING WRONG 04. INFAMOUS ANGEL 05. LET THE MYSTERY BE 06. WALKIN' HOME 07. HOTTER THAN MOJAVE IN MY HEART 08. EASY'S GETTING HARDER EVERY DAY 09. CHILDHOOD MEMORIES 10. NO TIME TO CRY 11. JE BESOIN DE MON GARCON FRANCAIS (I NEED MY FRENCH BOY) 12. OUR TOWN
Derek and the Dominos
Derek and the Dominos - Controlled Substance (4 discs)
Derek and the Dominos - Electric Factory
Electric Factory - Derek and the Dominos October 16, 1970 Philadelphia Pa. Silver CD > EAC > WAV > FLAC Rambling on My Mind Why Does Love Got to be So Sad Blues Power Have You Ever Loved a Woman Mean Old World Motherless Children Let It Rain The Geetarz site - http://www.geetarz.org/reviews/clapton/electricfactory.html - had this to sa y about this show/disc. Performance Notes: Several sources refer to this as a soundboard - to my ears, it's clearly an audience recording, albeit with no audience noise per se. All instruments have room echo, none seem to be close-miked at all, as you would have with a board. Luckily, an exceptional performance makes up for a marginal recording. "Ramblin" features some of EC's best slide playing. EC can at times play slide a little too precisely - but in this performance, he exhibits loopy, "out of the box" playing that clearly shows Duane Allman's influence as he dances around all the notes. Also features an incredible solo break on "Why does Love. ..", following an interesting intro in which EC teases the crowd with a few notes from "Eyesight to the Blind." This show also features the first-ever live performance of "Motherless Children", albeit in raw form.
Derek and the Dominos - Fillmore East, NYC, Oct. 23-24, 1970, SBD
Derek And The Dominos Fillmore Double Night October 23 & 24, 1970 Fillmore East, New York City, New York Mid-Valley Records 007/008/009/010 Soundboard October 23, 1970 Disc One (first set) 1. Got To Get Better In A Little While 2. Key To The Highway 3. Tell The Truth 4. Why Does Love Got To Be So Sad 5. Blues Power 6. Have You Ever Loved A Woman Disc Two (second set) 1. Bottle Of Red Wine 2. Presence Of The Lord 3. Little Wing 4. Let It Rain 5. Crossroads October 24, 1970 Disc Three (first set) 1. Got To Get Better In A Little While 2. Blues Power 3. Have You Ever Loved A Woman 4. Key To The Highway 5. Tell The Truth 6. Nobody Knows You When You're Down And Out Disc Four (second set) 1. Let It Rain 2. Why Does Love Got To Be So Sad 3. Presence Of The Lord 4. Bottle Of Red Wine* 5. Roll It Over 6. Little Wing This song was not played on the second night; it is the same version that is on Dis c 2. See: http://www.ericclaptonfaq.com/questions/What_are_the_best_Derek_and_The_Dominos_boo tlegs.htm http://www.bootlegarchive.com/media_description.asp?MediaID=447
Derek and the Dominos - Complete Fillmore Tapes
A HUGE thanks to Bryan R. on The Digest, I can RE-OFFER this modified version of The Complete Fillmore Tapes. This consists of all that has surfaced from the 4 shows from the 23rd & 24th of Octo ber 1970, minus the obvious official releases. This is from the 10 CD Paddington set entitled "Complete Fillmore Tapes" both audien ce and mixing desk. (PLEASE NOTE 'NEW IMPROVED' LINEAGE) Paddington CDS > FLAC > Dime 23rd October, Early Show 01. intro 0.21 02. Got To Get Better In A Little While 11.03 03. Why Does Love Got To Be So Sad 7.40 04. Blues Power 6.09 - AUDIENCE 05. Have You Ever Loved A Woman 7.52 - AUDIENCE 06. Tell The Truth 13.05 - AUDIENCE 07. Presence Of The Lord 3.41 - AUDIENCE (edit?) 08. Little Wing 6.50 23rd October, Late Show 01. Got To Get Better In A Little While (Officially released on Live At The Fillmore ) 02. Key To The Highway 7.26 03. Tell The Truth (Officially released on Live At The Fillmore) 04. Why Does Love Got To Be So Sad (Officially released on Live At The Fillmore) 05. Blues Power 11.10 06. Have You Ever Loved A Woman 8.53 07. Bottle Of Red Wine (Officially released on Live At The Fillmore) 08. Presence Of The Lord 6.34 09. Little Wing (Officially released on Live At The Fillmore) 10. Let It Rain (Officially released on Live At The Fillmore) 11. Crossroads(Officially released on Live At The Fillmore) 24th October, Early Show (nothing) 24th October, Late Show 01. intro 1.03 02. Got To Get Better In A Little While 11.38 03. Blues Power (Officially released on Live At The Fillmore) 04. Have You Ever Loved A Woman (Officially released on Live At The Fillmore) 05. Key To The Highway (Officially released on Live At The Fillmore) 06. Tell The Truth (Officially released on In Concert) 07. Nobody Knows You When You're Down And Out (Officially released on Live At The Fi llmore) 08. Let It Rain (Officially released on In Concert) 09. Why Does Love Got To Be So Sad (Officially released on In Concert) 10. Presence Of The Lord (Officially released on Live At The Fillmore) 11. Bottle Of Red Wine 5.29 - AUDIENCE 12. Roll It Over (Officially released on Live At The Fillmore) 13. Little Wing 6.29
Derek and the Dominos w/ Duane Allman- Curtis Hixon Hall, Tampa, FL, Dec. 1, 1970
Derek & the Dominos with Duane Allman Curtis Hixon Hall Tampa, FL 12/01/70 "Soul Mates Twin Flames" - Mid Valley Release Boot>CDR>CDR>EAC>WAV>FLAC d1 1. Layla 2. Got to Get Better in a Little While 3. Key to the Highway 4. Why Does Love Got to Be So Sad d2 1. Blues Power 2. Have You Ever Loved a Woman 3. Bottle of Red Wine 4. Let it Rain Notes: Relatively good sound quality for a D&D show. An upgrade over the circulati ng "Second Source Remix," but it may have some noise reduction in there. And, of co urse, Duane!
Derek and the Dominos- "The Last Sessions," Olympic Sound Studios
Derek and the Dominos "The Last Sessions" (SBD) -Olympic Sound Studios. Work in progress instrumentals, except for track #12 which features Rene Armando on vocals. Excellent soundboard recording. I was told these tapes were obtained from Jim Gordons apartment when he sought money for a lawyer after he murdered his mother. Yikes! Eric Clapton-guitar & vocals Bobby Whitlock-piano Carl Radle-bass Jim Gordon-drums 1. Sick At Heart 2. Is My Love 3. Mean Old Frisco 4. Evil 5. Snake Lake Blues (minor key) 6. Snake Lake Blues (major key) 7. One More Chance 8. Got To Get Better In A Little While 9. High 10. Untitled instrumental #1 11. Untitled instrumental #2 12. Devil Road
Willy DeVille - L'Elysee Montmartre, Paris, 1991, SBD
Willy DeVille - Live In Paris 1991 Date: xx-xx-1991 Place: a L'Elysee Montmartre - Paris Soundboard Lineage: Soundbouard - CD - Trade - EAC- Flac - etc........ CD1: 01. Harlem Nocturne 02. Green Onion 03. Lilly's Daddy's Cadillac 04. This Must Be The Night 05. Savoir Faire 06. Cadillac Walk 07. You Better Move On 08. I Broke That Promise 09. Just Your friends 10. Nightfalls 11. Lover Please CD2: 01. Hello My Lover 02. Neating Like a Tom Tom 03. Every Dog Has His Day 04. Pick Up The Pieces 05. Maybe Tomorrow 06. Spanish Stroll 07. Love Me Like You Did Before 08. Angel Eyes 09. Dust My Jules 10. Bad Boy
Deke Dickerson - Safari Sam's, Hollywood, CA, Aug. 3, 2008
Deke Dickerson & The ecco-fonics Safari Sams Hollywood, Ca August 3, 2008 source : AT853 > AT8531 > Edirol R-09 taper : markp
Jim Dickinson & Sons - Memphis Music & Heritage Festival, Memphis, TN, Sep. 1, 2001, SBD
Jim Dickinson & Sons September 1, 2001 Memphis Music & Heritage Festival Memphis, TN unknown exact source/lineage (likely FM or soundboard) (I received the SHN files in trade a few years ago and these are those SHN files. Prior to tha t, I can't speak to the lineage. The only change I made was to rename the files to reflect Jim D & Sons vs. NMAS) 01) Soundcheck/Tuning 02) Introduction 03) Ragged But Right 04) Ax Sweet Mama 05) Nobody Knows You When You're Down And Out 06) You's A Viper 07) A Chicken Ain't Nothing But A Bird * 08) Come On Down To My House 09) Going To Germany ^ 10) Shake It And Break It ^ 11) Shake Your Moneymaker 12) Memphis Blues Jim Dickinson: vocals, keys, acoustic guitar Luther Dickinson: acoustic guitar, mandolin Cody Dickinson: washboard Paul Taylor: tub bass There is also a kazoo and a harp, but not sure who is playing - perhaps Jim D. or Jimmy Crosthw ait? * with Jimmy Crosthwait on washboard ^ with Jimbo Mathus on vocals, acoustic guitar
Al DiMeola - El Mocambo, Toronto, Canada, Jun. 17, 1977, FM
Al DiMeola- guitar Stu Goldberg- keyboards Eddie Colon- timbales and percussion Lee Pastora- congas Eric McCann- bass Chuck Burgi- drums El Mocambo Toronto, Ontario, Canada June 17, 1977 performance quality: A (it burns) recording quality: B+ (a little static but still nice listening) source: FM master reel > CD runtime: 60:47 setlist: 1: Mediterreanean sundance 3:49 2: flight over Rio 7:11 3: midnight tango 7:39 4: percussion and drum solos 6:42 5: elegant gypsy 12:01 6: band introductions 2:05 7: the wizard 11:18 8: race with the devil on the Spanish highway 9:57 comments: I have 2 different recordings of this concert, both from the same source, except one is a tape copy which includes all the announcer introductions, and a disc copy straight from a master reel which has no announcer in it but does have all the music. So I went with the disc copy. It comes from the same source as the delightful, but very offspeed U.K. Toronto show I posted so I made sure this one isn't also offspeed before I posted it. (It's not.) It's not quite as good sound as that is, but pretty close, just the slightest of static in some parts, overall quite enjoyable, and a few months further along than the April show posted awhile ago. this is the only FM show I've heard from what had to be the Berklee Alum. Album of the Year in 1977 (also "Guitar Player" magazine's choice for same.) Do not sell this recording. Trade freely and losslessly. When life gets this dim, thank goodness there's Al to get us through it.
Al DiMeola - Rainbow Music Hall, Denver, CO, Sep. 29, 1980, SBD
Al DiMeola 9/29/80 Rainbow Music Hall Denver, CO Source: SBD > ? > CDR > EAC > FLAC Disc 1: 1. Alien Chase on the Arabian Desert 2. Senor Mouse 3. Midnight Tango 4. Egyptian Danza 5. Bass Solo 6. Short Tales Of The Black Forest 7. Tango/Mediterranean Sundance 8. Splendido Sundance/Fantasia Suite Disc 2. 1. Crowd 2. Beyond The Seventh Galaxy 3. Dream Theme 4. Unknown 5. Unknown 6. Unknown 7. Unknown Personnel: Al DiMeola (Guitars) Phillipe Saisse (Keyboards, Marimba) Robby Gonzalez (Drums, Percussion) Tim Landers (Bass)
Al DiMeola, Larry Coryell & Birelli Lagrene - TLA, Philadelphia, PA, Jun. 15, 1989
Al Dimeola,Larry Coryell & Birelli Lagrene TLA Philly,PA 6/15/89 DSB>EAC>FLAC As you can imagine, this has the line up & source to make for a great, perfect sounding re cording. LMK if this has been upped on DIME in the past. I'm curious. enjoy mr_mags
Al DiMeola's World Symphonia - Estival Jazz, Piazza Della Riforma, Lugano, Switzgerland, Jul. 11, 1998, SBD
A SwissBird , SimplexSimplicissimus & superMAX release : Al Di Meola`s World Symphonia Estival Jazz Piazza Della Riforma, Lugano, Switzerland 11. July 1998 Soundboard > DAT > 1st copy > eac > wave > flac frontend (align on sector boundaries Level 8) > torrent on www.dimeadozen.org Size : 315 MB (incl. Artwork) Setlist : 01. Infinite Desire [12:07] 02. Dino`s Solo [6:11] 03. Aziza`s Solo [8:52] 04. Solo Tango [9:18] 05. Tango Suite No. I [8:45] 06. Azzura [10:44] 07. Duetto [7:54] 08. Passion [8:30] Lineup : Al Di Meola - acoustic guitar Dino Saluzzi - bandoneon Aziza Mustafa Zadeh - piano, vocals, percussion
Dirty Dozen Brass Band
Dirty Dozen Brass Band - Goat Tavern, Keystone, CO, Mar. 15, 2006
The Dirty Dozen Brass Band 03/15/06 The Goat Tavern Keystone,CO Source : MK4>ORTF>KC5>CMC6>KindKables>V3>Optical>MT24/48 (HPF 0) Dithered and Resampled with Wavelab 5.0 Location: (FOB) DFC, Clamped to Rafter 10' high, 15'-20' back Transfer: MT24/48>CDWave>Fades with Wavelab 5.0>FLAC (level 7) Taped and Transfered by: Bennett Schwartz (coloartist) ***Support Live Music*** www.dirtydozenbrass.com www.thegoattavern.com Set 1 Disc 1: 1. Tuning 2. 3. 4. When The Saints Come Marching In 5. 6. Who That Called The Police ? 7. Set 2 Disc 2: 1. Tuning 2. 3. 4. 5. Superstition 6. 7. 8. Seven Band Members in attendance If anybody can help with the setlist, it would be appreciated
Dirty Three - Knitting Factory, LA, CA, Oct. 28, 2000
DIRTY THREE Knitting Factory, Los Angeles 28 oct 2000 MASTER: CSB-M1 / tascam cdrw 402 / CDR / Flac 7 / world 1. tuning and intro 2. 1,ooo miles 3. Some summers... 4. sue's last ride 5. sea above sky below 6. Man, I got a lot of shit up in there... 7. Everything Is Fucked 8. Hope cd 2 9. Epic / Deep waters - encore - 10. intros 11. Indian Love song 12. (audience debate's the encore) 13. lullaby for Christie
Bill Dixon - Newport, RI, Jul. 2, 1966, FM
1966-07-02 Newport, Rhode Island Bill Dixon-tenor, fleugelhorn Judith Dunn-movement Makanda Ken McIntyre-alto, bass clarinet Louis Brown-tenor Bob Cunningham-bass Tom Price-drums Pomegranate: 1. 15:49 2. 4:16 3. 5:48 4. 5:26 5. 3:09 6. 3:56 fm?>?>cdr>eac>cdwaveditor>flacfrontend
Doobie Brothers - Festival Hall, Osaka, Japan, Jan. 21, 1979
Doobie Brothers - 01/21/79 Festival Hall Osaka Japan Jesus is just alright Long train runnin' Sweet Maxine It keeps you runnin' Take me in your arms Open your eyes What a fool believes Neal's fandango Echoes of love You made that way Black water Steamer lane breakdown Road angel China grove Takin' it to the streets Listen to the music
Doors - Complete Matrix Club Tapes, 1967, SBD
Doors Date: 03/07/67 and 03/10/67 Location: San Francisco, CA Venue: Matrix Club Title: Complete Matrix Club Tapes CDs: 4 Source: sb>>?>>CDR>>?liberation?>>SHN 1.06GB Notes: After The Doors had returned from their two day concert at Chet Helm's Avalon Ballroom in San Francisco, they were booked in to play at the Matrix Club, situated at 3138 Fillmore Street, San Francisco. The Doors played there from Tuesday, March 7 until Saturday, March 11 performing three sets a night with fifteen minute breaks in between each set. The Doors were scheduled to play at the Matrix Club from "9.30 p.m - 2a.m." with "Minors welcome", as advertised in the San Francisco Chronicle. The owner of this club, Marty Balin, vocalist of Jefferson Airplane, had installed a reel to reel tape recorder to tape his own group, but The Doors took up the opportunity and decided to record their own performances as well. All of the three sets that were played on Tuesday night were recorded. Unfortunately on Friday night, after The Doors had completed their second set and returned to play the third set, the sound engineer had apparently forgotten to turn on the tape recorder and only got to record the last portion of "The End". These recordings at present are the most complete recordings available in their entirety with no over dubbing or shoddy recordings, just in the same way The Doors had played them during their one week performance in March. By far, these shows are one of the best live recordings that The Doors have ever recorded. 3-07-1967 CD 1 SET 1 1 Back Door Man 05:49.06 2 My Eyes Have Seen You 03:01.05 3 Soul Kitchen 04:19.00 4 Get Off My Life, Woman 04:25.00 5 When The Music's Over 13:09.82 SET 2 6 Close To You 03:08.50 7 Crawling Snake King 05:08.16 8 I Can't See You Face In My Mind 03:27.17 9 People Are Strange 02:22.33 10 Who Do You Love 03:57.00 11 Alabama Song 03:48.16 12 Crystal Ship 03:16.80 Total: 55:53 CD 2 SET 2 cont. 1 Twentieth Century Fox 02:57.37 2 Moonlight Drive 06:41.00 3 Summer's Almost Gone 03:53.33 4 Unhappy Girl 04:12.00 SET 3 5 The Devil Is A Woman> Sittn' Round Thinkin'> Rock Me 08:36.66 6 Break On Through 04:25.82 7 Light My Fire 08:36.17 8 The End 14:29.29 Total: 53:55 3-10-1967 CD 3 SET 2 1 My Eyes Have Seen You 03:58.49 2 Soul Kitchen 06:15.50 3 I Can't See You Face In My Mind 03:23.49 4 People Are Strange 02:22.66 5 When The Music's Over 12:27.33 SET 3 6 Money 03:31.50 7 Who Do You Love 04:50.00 8 Moonlight Drive 06:03.96 Total: 42:53 CD 4 SET 3 cont. 1 Summer's Almost Gone 04:04.00 2 I'm A King Bee 05:20.33 3 Gloria 06:04.00 4 Break On Through 05:02.00 5 Summertime 09:42.00 6 Back Door Man 05:45.49 7 Who Do You Love 03:30.17 8 The End 04:55.96 Total: 44:24
Bob Dorough Trio - Sunside, Paris, France, Oct. 31, 2006, FM
Bob Dorough Trio Sunside, 60 rue des Lombards, Paris October 31st, 2006 Broadcast : 11-03-2006 on France Musiques, Jazz Club (the musical intro of this program has bee n recorded by Bob Dorough something like 25 years ago, as explained in the speakers' intro- so this is somewhat special) I honestly did not know this guy (apart from the Jazz Club intro) but our American friends here must know him from the "Schoolhouse Rock" series. Now that I know that HE did compose so many excellent songs (sung by others, some of them playe d here) I realise that I have known him for years... He's 83 years old and still swinging... Musicians : Bob Dorough : piano & vocals Yves Brouqui : guitar Gilles Naturel : bass Setlist : First set 01. program intro (Bob Dorough) & speakers 02. Bob Dorough talks 03. I'm hip 04. I've got just about everything 05. Right on my way home 06. Tis autumn 07. Yancey (tribute to Jimmy Yancey) 08. Something for Sydney (tribute to Sydney Bechet) 09. The rabbit (tribute to Johnny Hodges) 10. Moon River Second set 11. intro to song, ill-paid story 12. Devil May Care 13. But For Now 14. Nothing like you 15. Baby used to be 16. I had the craziest dream last night 17. Sophisticated Lady (Duke Ellington) 18. Love You Madly (Duke Ellington) Third set 19. talks 20. Alone Together (cut towards the end -end of program) Recorded and edited by svp, for you. The only edit I made was to fade out the last track last s econds. The spaekers' & Bob Dorough's comments are situated at the end of each track except for the beginning of set 2 & 3 where Bob Dorough's talk are separated.
DR Big Band
DR Big Band & BBC Big Band - "Big Band Battle," Aarhus, Denmark, Mar. 30, 2006, FM
"Big Band Battle" (pt1) DR Big Band and BBC Big Band Musikhuset, store sal Aarhus, Denmark March 30, 2006 Big Band Battle .. Wow!!! EnjoY! The Danish Radio Big Band with Nicolaj Bentzon (cond) - and The BBC Big Band with Jiggs Whigham (c ond) Special guest: Kurt Elling (voc) Tracklist: 1. Intro by radio announcer 0:24 2. Intro by Bentzon and Whigham 1:40 3. Jumpin' at the woodside (bbc/dr) 4:30 4. Deed I do (bbc) 6:01 5. Fogeln (dr) 5:59 6. Suite Georgia Brown (bbc) 13:53 7. I only have eyes for you (Elling/dr) 4:12 8. Stairway to the star (Elling/dr) 9:12 9. Resolution II [Coltane] (Elling/bbc/dr) 9:46 TT 55:45 Tracklist: 1. Intro by Nicolaj Bentzon 0:41 2. Unity (bbc/dr) 11:42 3. Who cares (dr) 8:12 4. Prelude to a kiss (bbc) 4:25 5. Monster piece (dr) 8:29 6. April in Paris (Elling/dr) 7:39 7. Close your eyes (Elling/bbc) 5:13 8. At last (Elling/dr) 6:38 9. Battle Royal (bbc/dr) [fades out] 3:30 TT 56:35 FM broadcast > Philips CDR765 > Adobe Audition 2.0 > dBpowerAMP Music Converter 11.5 *Taped & Transferred by peterw
Dr. Feelgood - Dorphuis Ruinerwold, Holland, Dec. 17, 1978
Dr Feelgood is one of the most exiting live-acts from the seventies and eighties. They played three times at the Dorpshuis Ruinerwold Holland, two of these concerts were recording by Albert Brunsting. http://home.planet.nl/~bruns024/home_live_concerts.html All the credits go's to Albert Brunsting for the excellent recording and Arend Nijland for the pictures. Most of these concerts were recorded with a Teac A640 stereo cassette-deck, on wich 2 Nachamichi microphones were connected. These microphones were located on a strat egic place, so the public/audience-noise has been reduced to a minimum. TEAC A640 > cd r > EAC > Flac 8 THE DOCTOR ORDERED : LIVE !! RECORDED LIVE IN HOLLAND THE 17th DECEMBER 1978 DORPSHUIS RUINERWOLD Including covers. Lee Brilleaux - vocals John Mayo - Guitar John B Sparks - Bass The Big Figure - Drums 01 I can tell 02 Lookin'back Goin' 03 Back home 04 Sugar Shaker 05 Stupidity 06 Thought I had it made 07 That's it I quit 08 Back in the night 09 Ninety-nine and a half (won't do) 10 As long as the price is right 11 Milk & Alcohol 12 In the nighttimme 13 I'm a man 14 You upset me baby 15 Baby Jane 16 Take a tip 17 Down at the doctors 18 She's a windup 19 Roxette 20 Light's out 21 Riot in Cell block no. 9 22 Blues had a baby
Dr. Feelgood - Paradiso, Amsterdam, Oct. 5, 1979, FM
Dr.Feelgood Paradiso Amsterdam Holland 5th October 1979 FM Broadcast Rocktempel Nov. 1986 FM Radio > Analog Cassette Tape > CDR > EAC > FLAC8 A selection probaly from the 1st set. 01 Intro 02 60 minutes of Your Love 03 Milk and Alcohol 04 Down At The Doctors 05 Take a Tip 06 Baby Jane 07 She's a Wind Up 08 Riot in Cell Block No.9 09 Roxette 10 Outro Lee Brilleaux - Vocals John 'Gypie' Mayo - Guitar John B. 'Sparko' Sparks - Bass John 'Big Figure' Martin - Drums ################################################################# Interview Alfred Lagarde with Lee Brilleaux 27th September 1985 Countdown Cafe, Bos en Duin, Soest - The Netherlands FM Radio > Analog Cassette Tape > CDR > EAC > FLAC8 11 Interview ######################################################################## Countdown Cafe, Bos en Duin, Soest - The Netherlands 27th September 1985 FM Broadcast FM Radio > Analog Cassette Tape > CDR > EAC > FLAC8 12 Intro 13 Looking Back (guitar equipment troubles) 14 No Mo Do Yakamo 15 She's In The Middle 16 Tore Down 17 She Does It Right 18 Feel's Good 19 Baby Jane 20 You Don't Love Me 21 Rock Me Baby Lee Brilleaux - Vocals Gordon Russell - Guitar Phil Mitchell - Bass Kevin Morris - Drums ############################################################################### Unreleased track from the bootleg "The Canvey Pound" Various Canvey Island area Pub rockers MC > CDR > EAC > FLAC8 22 Little Child
Dr. Feelgood - Dorphuis Ruinerwold, Holland, Oct. 13, 1979
Dr Feelgood is one of the most exiting live-acts from the seventies and eighties. They played three times at the Dorpshuis Ruinerwold Holland, two of these concerts were recording by Albert Brunsting. http://home.planet.nl/~bruns024/home_live_concerts.html All the credits go's to Albert Brunsting for the excellent recording and Arend Nijland for the pictures. Most of these concerts were recorded with a Teac A640 stereo cassette-deck, on wich 2 Nachamichi microphones were connected. These microphones were located on a strategi c place, so the public/audience-noise has been reduced to a minimum. TEAC A640 > cd r > EAC > Flac 8 DR FEELGOOD LIVE IN HOLLAND RECORDED LIVE IN HOLLAND THE 13th OF OKTOBER 1979 Including covers. Lee Brilleaux - vocals John Mayo - Guitar John B Sparks - Bass The Big Figure - Drums 01 I can tell 02 Lookin' back 03 Going back home 04 Java Blue 05 Stupidity 06 60 minutes of your love 07 Back in the night 08 Ridin' on the L&N 09 I thought I had it made 10 Pretty face 11 Every kind of vice 12 Nighttime 13 Take a tip 14 You upset me baby 15 Milk & Alcohol 16 Down at the doctors 17 Baby Jane 18 She's a windup 19 Johnny B-goode 20 Great balls of fire 21 Shotgun Blues
Dr. Feelgood - Odissea 2001, Milan, Italy, Mar. 10, 1982
Dr. Feelgood - Odissea 2001, Milano, Italy, March 10th 1982, from master. 1. Best In The World > Who's Winning 2. Java Blue 3. Jumping From Love To Love 4. Wait For Saturday Night 5. How Can You Make Me Fool ??? 6. Sugar Shaker 7. Stupidity 8. Reckless ????? 9. Full Degree ????? 10. A Bottle Of Whiskey ????? 11. Back In The Night 12. No Mo' Do' Yakamo > Lovehound 13. Everything It's Gonna Be Alright 14. Roxette 15. Milk And Alcohol 16. Down At The Doctors > 17. She's A Windup Encores : 18. Riot In Cell Block No. 9 > 19. Route 66 20. All Right Motives (The Monkey Song) > 21. Great Balls Of Fire Lee Brilleaux (vocals) Sparko (John B. Sparks) (bass) John 'Gypie' Mayo (guitar) The Big Figure (John Martin) (drums) Fantastic show ! Master cassette > Nakamichi > amplifiers > tascam audio cdrw750 > cd > computer > plex to ol professional XL > wav > flac. Recorded, transfered, & uploaded by 38f on Dime, May 2007.
Dr. Feelgood - Hengelo Marketplace, Aug. 16, 1983, FM
Dr.Feelgood Hengelo Marketplace 16th August 1983 FM Broadcast VARA Popkaravaan Lijn 3 FM Broadcast (unknown hardware) -> cassette (unknown generation) -> CD-R (unknown g eneration) -> EAC -> FLAC Front End (level 8) 01 Intro 02 Looking Back 03 No Mo Do Yakamo 04 King For A Day 05 Ninety Nine and a Half (Won't Do) 06 Monkey 07 As Long As The Price Is Right 08 Baby Jane 09 Living On The Highway 10 Don't Start Me Talkin 11 Something You Got (incl traffic jam announcement) 12 Going Some Place Else 13 Back In The Night 14 Night Time 15 Milk and Alcohol 16 Shotgun Blues 17 She's In The Middle 18 Down At The Doctors 19 She's A Wind Up 20 One Kiss (incl Radio announcement) 21 Let's Have A Party (fade out) Lee Brilleaux - Vocals Gordon Russell - Guitar Phil Mitchell - Bass Kevin Morris - Drums
Dr. Feelgood - Bluesfestival, Bonn, Sep. 27, 1987, FM
Dr. Feelgood 1987-09-27 2nd Bluesfestival Bonn - tape sourced FM- FM - tape - editing ....- cue sheet with EAC - tracks done with cuesplitter - flac8 - md5 - you (no artwork, not cd/r sourced - taper me) removed : crowd noise at the beginning missing : nothing cut out @ : ~ in @ : no, but the first 5 sec have a weird sound (tape) ?? Quit where you behind (?) ?? Milk & Alcohol Shotgun Blues ?? plus Band Introduction Down On The Doctors ?? ?? Route 66 running approx 00h 42min
Dr. Feelgood - Festival Les Jeudis du Port, Brest, France, Aug. 10, 2006
Dr Feelgood 2006.08.10 Brest, France Festival "Les Jeudis du Port" Audience Recording Some cuts in the recording to fit on one disc (but you have all the music) The band was great, a huge energy from the first rows (all drunk in fact) As it was a free concert they played in front of 15 000 viewers, something like that and you can hear bottles of beer rolling on the ground (nothing disturbing, just two or three times in 80 minutes) Set list : 01 Riot In Cell Block N
9 ^M02 She Does It Right ^M03 Roxette^M 04 Don<92>t Start Me Talking ^M05 I Can Tell ^M06 Baby Jane^M 07 Milk And Alcohol ^M08 Instinct To Survive 09 Down By The Jetty ^M 10 Back In The Night ^M11 Going Back Home^M 12 See You Later Alligator ^M13 Down At The Doctors^M 14 Madman Blues#1 ^M15 Madman Blues#2 ^M16 Route 66 Recorded and edited by Tony50 Pictures by tomg Artwork by Tony50 Lineage : ECM 719 --> MZ RH10 --> USB --> Audacity --> Trader's Little Helper --> fla c
Dr. John & the Meters - "Mardi Gras Mambo," St. Bernard Civic Center, Chalmette, LA, Mar. 5, 1973, SBD
Dr John with The Meters "Mardi Gras Mambo" St Bernard Civic Center Chalmette LA march 5 1973 Sbd ?gen cass. > CDwave > Flac 81:27 min 01 Instrumental Intro > Mardi Gras Day (instrumental) 02 Gris Gris Gumbo Ya Ya 03 Let The Good Times Roll 04 Right Place,Wrong Time 05 Iko Iko 06 Medley : High Blood Pressure Don't You Just Know It Well I'll Be John Brown Jackomo (cut) 07 I've Been Hoodooed 08 Loup Garou 09 Wang Dang Doodle * 10 Junko Partner 11 Qualified 12 I Walk On Guilded Splinters 13 Mess Around 14 Mardi Gras Day * tape flip
Dr. John - Nassau Community College Folk Festival, Garden City, NY, Mar. 23, 1988
DR.JOHN NASSAU COMMUNITY COLLEGE FOLK FESTIVAL STUDENT UNION BALLROOM,NASSAU COMMUNITY COLLEGE GARDEN CITY,NY MARCH 23,1988 1-SWANEE RIVER BOOGIE 2-STAGGER LEE 3-IKO IKO 4-ROCKIN'PNEUMONIA AND THE BOOGIE WOOGIE FLU > HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE > DON'T YOU JUST KNOW IT > DON'T YOU KNOW YOCKOMO 5-TIPITINA 6-WALK ON GILDED SPLINTERS 7-SICK AND TIRED/ 8-/SUCH A NIGHT 9-BIG CHIEF > MESS AROUND 10-/LIFE IS A ONE WAY TICKET 11-WHEN THE SAINTS COME MARCHING IN > WILL THE CIRCLE BE UNBROKEN > OLD TIME RELIGION > WHEN THE SAINTS COME MARCHING IN 12-CROWD 13-GOODNIGHT IRENE SONY TC-D5M MAXELL XL2S C-90 CASSETTE SB MASTER > M-AUDIO TRANSIT > COOL EDIT > CD WAVE EDITOR > FLAC DUE TO A PATCH FROM THE HOUSE DECK,THERE WERE SEVERAL POINTS WHEN THE SIGNAL WAS LOST.I TRIED TO SMOOTH OUT THE ROUGH SPOTS. THIS ONLY HAPPENS DURING A FEW SONGS AND SHOULD NOT INTERFERE TOO MUCH WITH LISTENING TO THE SHOW.SORRY BUT IT WAS UNAVOIDABLE.
Dr. John & the N.O. Social & Pleasure Club - Chicago Jazz Festival, Sep. 12, 1993, FM
Dr. John & the New Orleans Social & Pleasure Club Chicago Jazz Festival September 12, 1993 fm broadcast Dr. John - piano, vocals Dr. David Barard-bass Freddie Staehle- drums Big Chief Smiley Ricks- percussion Cranston Clements-guitar Eric Traub- tenor sax John Mose - trombone Jamil Sharif - trumpet Charlie Miller - trumpet Alvin "Red" Tyler- baritone sax Donald Harrison- alto sax Smokin' set from Mac with LOTS of horns. Only flaw is the tape flip during "Big Chief"- gets cut d uring Eric Traub's solo 1) Iko Iko 2) Indian Red 3) More Than You Know 4) Runner In the Jungle 5) Neka's Dream ( instr.) 6) & 7) Big Chief/band intros ( this was where the tape flipped) 8) Outro Instrumental Total : 55:04
Dr. John & the Felicity Street Funk Band - McMoRan Theater, N.O., LA, Nov. 11, 1993, FM
Dr. John and the Felicity Street Funk Band 11/11/93 New Orleans Freeport McMoRan Theatre in the Contemporary Arts Center WYES broadcast Lineage:
WYES> Marantz 2215 >Maxell UDXL 120> JVC 5010 (stand alone cdr recorder) > CDR ma ster(0) > CDR(mine) > xACT > wav > xACT > flac taper: freezer Track 1: 'program intro' Track 2: 'Tipitina' Track 3: 'Mac talks about his guitar teachers' Track 4: 'Drawers Trouble Blues' Track 5: 'Mac talks about his earliest inspirations' Track 6: 'Wang Dang Doodle' Track 7: 'Why Mac switched from guitar to piano' Track 8: 'Sick and Tired' Track 9: 'Mac talks about his early songs' Track 10: 'Don't Let The Sun Catch You Crying' Track 11: 'Why Mac consideres himself a singer' Track 12: 'Such A Night' Track 13: 'Mac talks about New Orleans music' Track 14: 'Wild Honey' Track 15: 'Mac's philosophy' Track 16: 'Right Place' Track 17: 'Mac's last wishes' Track 18: 'My Buddy' First seeded on The Traders' Den October 9, 2006
Dr. John & the New Orleans Social and Pleasure Club - North Sea Jazz Festival, Hague, Netherlands, Jul. 15, 1995
Dr. John & The New Orleans Social And Pleasure Club North Sea Jazz Festival 1995 at Congresgebouw Den Haag The Hague, NL, Tuijnpavilioen (Garden Pavillion) 1995-7-15 Line up: TBA 1. Iko Iko 2. Making Whoopee 3. 4. Money ( Thats What I Want) 5. 6. Blue Skies From Now On 7. Prelude/My Indian Red 8. 9. Such A Night 10. Going Back To New Orleans 11. Introduction/Outro 12. In The Right Place The New Orleans Social And Pleasure Club: Dr John: piano, vocal Ronnie Cuber: baritone sax Alvin "Red" Tyler: tenor sax Charlie Miller: trumpet Bobby Broom: guitar Dave Barard: bass guitar Chief Smiley Ricks: percussion Herman V. Ernest III: drums Lineage:AUD(AT822)>MCA(Sony WM D6 C/Sony Metall ES/Dolby C)>PB:Nak LX-3>Marian Marc 2 (setting: 24 bit/64 Khz)>HD>re-mastered with WaveLab 5.0 using 32, 48 & 64 bit p lug ins>16 bit/44.1 Khz downsamplig>normalisation up to -0.01 db>CD Wave tracking>F lac (Level 8) The concert begans pretta load, so the engineer has pulled down the master during t he first number.
Dr. John - Muffathalle, Munich, Germany, Nov. 11, 1998, FM
Dr. John 11NOV1998 pFM flac.torrent Dr. John - Muffathalle, Munich, Germany November 11, 1998 pFM (complete show!) Tracklist: disc 1: 01 Iko Iko 02 Qualified 03 The Stroke 04 Tipitina 05 Ki Ya Gris Gris 06 Sweet Home New Orleans 07 Right Place Wrong Time 08 You Rascal You 09 I Don't Wanna Know About Evil 10 Voices In My Head 11 Such A Night 12 Soulful Warriors disc 2: 01 Good Night Irene > 02 Going Back To New Orleans 03 Big Chief 04 Mess Around Lineup: Dr John (Mac Rebenack) p, voc David Martin Barard b Robert Broom Jr. g Herman Ernest VIII dr Lineage pFM (sbd) DAT>DAT>CDR extracted and flac'd with Max
Dr. John - Warsaw Jazz Festival, 1998, FM
Warsaw Jazz Festival, 1998. from Polish Radio III, 72 minutes. Intro Iko Iko The Stroke Gris Jean Quitters Never Win Such a Night I Don't Want to Know about Evil Mess Around Back to New Orleans Big Chief So Long fm radio>cassette>cooledit>cdr>flac level 6
Dr. John - Bellinzona Piazza Blues, Jun. 25, 2005, SBD
SwissBird, SimplexSimplicissimus and superMAX salute you with Dr. John Bellinzona Piazza Blues 25 june 2005 a saturday SBD > eac secure > CDWav for track splits > flac level 8 (a.s.b.) > torrent 429 MB CD1 44:18 01 - Soulful warrior 4:29 02 - Thank you for lettin' me be myself again 5:14 03 - Qualified 6:56 04 - I've Been HooDoo'd (You Burn Your Candle On Me) 6:53 05 - Cottonfields back home > Goodnight Irene 7:18 06 - Hen layin' rooster 3:49 07 - Why Come 4:43 08 - Junco partner 4:53 CD 2 38:10 01 - Rain 5:13 02 - Everybody let's sing 5:03 03 - Take what I can get 4:19 04 - Mama Roux 4:39 05 - St. James Infirmary > When the saints go marching in 5:01 06 - Big chief > band intro 5:47 07 - Outro > audience 3:38 *** 08 - Right place, wrong time 4:26 Dr. John: Piano, organ, vocals John Fohl: guitar, vocals David Barard: bass, vocals Herman Ernest: drums, vocals So there you are. This is the very last show of of my beloved blues festival. It's be en fun again, thanks a lot to all of you who showed appreciation through your comment s and PMs. The Doctor is in pretty good form here. Love to see that paraphernalia on the piano. Reminds me of the late great Screamin' Jay. The music is very good and there's lots of variety. Personal fave is the very special rendition of the Leadbelly songs. Thanks again Tito and the "S" folks. See you next year - next up some holiday
Dr. John - Duisburg, Germany, Jun. 26, 2005, FM
Dr John Traumzeit-Festival 2005 2005-6-26 Duisburg, GER Kraftzentrale @ Landschaftspark Duisburg The Lower 9-11 line up: Dr John: piano, vocal John Fowl: guitar Dave Barard: bass guitar Herman Ernest III Catherine Russell: back up vocal Nikki Richards: back up vocal 1. Prelude/Wild Honey 2. I Dont Wanna Know 3. Prelude/Wang Dang Doodle 4. Travelling Mood 5. Dis Dat Or The Other 6. Medley: Prelude/My Indian Red/OOh Na Hey Injuns Chant/Down By The River Sid e 7. Prelude/Renegade 8. Lightening 9. Mac About NOrleans, Line Up, Setlist, etc. Lineage: Cable FM>MDAT(16/48) >HD>remaster with WaveLab 5, using noise reduction, and other 32, 48 & 64 bit solution plug ins>16 bit/44.1 Khz downsampling>normalisation to -0. 01 db>CD Wave tracking>Flac Frontend (level 8) Dynamic restauration re-master with up to 3 db amplitude reconstruction
Dr. John - Contemporary Arts Center, NOLA, May 5, 2007
Dr. John as 'The Night Tripper' May 5, 2007 Contemporary Arts Center New Orleans LA *** THIS IS A 16-BIT FILESET INTENDED FOR AUDIO CD *** SOURCE: studio projects lsd2 (xy) > busman t-mod edirol r4 (24/96) PROCESSING: soundforge 8.0 (+4.8 dB, tracking, fades, resample, dither) > flac 1.20a 01 Introduction 02 When The Saints go Marching in Instrumental 03 Witchy Red 04 Shadows 05 Craney Crow 06 Danse Fambeaux 07 Mama Roux 08 Medley: Litanie des Saints/I Been Hoodood/Zu Zu Mamou 09 Danse Kalinda ba Boom 10 I Like Ki Yoka 11 Mos' Scocious 12 Walk On Guilded Splinters 13 Voodoo Prayer/Wade IV: Aftermath/Outro/Introduction
Dr. Strangely Strange
Dr. Strangely Strange - "Sitting Down Here in Greek Street", 1971
Dr Strangely Strange - Sitting Down Here In Greek Street -------------------------------------------------------- Disc One -------- Les Cousins, February 1971 01. Ashling 02. She's A Lady (?) 03. Love Is Hard To Find (?) 04. Summer Breeze 05. Greenwood Side 06. Noisy Johnny 07. Piece Of Cod 08. Time To Know 09. Introduction 10. Instrumental (?) 11. Good Times Are Coming (?) 12. Van Diemen's Land 13. You're So Beautiful (?) 14. Roy Rogers Disc Two -------- Les Cousins, February 1971 (Continued) 01. Lowlands Of Holland 02. Show Me The Way To Go Home Les Cousins, February 1970 03. Ashling 04. Ballad Of The Wasps 05. Jove Was At Home 06. Red Rape 07. Piece Of Cod 08. On The West Cork Hack 09. When Adam Delved 10. Gave My Love An Apple 11. Strangely Strange But Oddly Normal 12. Goodnight My Friends The two Les Cousins shows are the ones distributed by Bit Torrent a few months back care of Lagga - thanks for keeping them all those years and passing them on! I've included the supporting files that accompanied these in the directory '\Miscellaneous\Lagga's Original Info'. The audio has been cleaned up by Dave, one of our Gimbri audio doctors, and the songs from the 1970 set split in to seperate tracks. I've identified several of the songs that were incorrectly titled on the original , on the 1970 set 'Believe In God' and 'Unknown' are actually part of the same song, 'Red Rape', ' Time Takes All Away' is 'Piece Of Cod' (a new version was included on Tim Goulding's excellent sol o album 'Midnight Fry' from 2000), 'Instrumental' is 'When Adam Delved' and 'Tennessee Waltz' is r eally the intro to 'Gave My Love An Apple' as per the 'Heavy Petting' album. The 1971 set also inc ludes 'Piece Of Cod' (titled 'Highest Mountain' on the original Torrent) but many of the other tra cks, those marked (?), are unconfirmed, they may be Terry and Gay Woods songs, if anyone knows the n please speak up! I think the 1971 instrumental is introduced as an O'Carollan tune but I can't m ake out the title.
Drivin' N' Cryin'
Drivin' N' Cryin' - Lakewood Amphitheater, Atlanta, GA, Jun. 5, 1993, SBD
Drivin' N' Cryin' 06.05.93 Lakewood Amphitheater Atlanta, Georgia Disc One 1. The Times Are a Changin' -> 2. Back Against The Wall 3. All Around the World 4. Toy Never Played With 5. Keys to Me -> 6. "Route 666" 7. The Innocent -> Gimme Shelter 8. Whiskey Soul Woman 9. Patron Lady Beautiful 10 Build a Fire 11. Honeysuckle Blue 12. When You Come Back 13. Turn It Up or Turn It Off 14. 1,000 Swings 15. Scared But Smarter Disc Two 1. Rush Hour 2. The Indian Song 3. Smoke 4. Together 5. Fly Me Courageous 6. Straight to Hell -> 7. Rockin' In the Free World 8. Pushing Too Hard -> You Wanna Be a Rock N' Roll Star -> Roadrunner (Got the Radio On) 9. Crosstown World (Studio) 10. Something Going On (Studio) I don't think I have ever seen any Drivin' N' Cryin' posted before? Back in the day, nobody rocked any harder (IMHO). This is a recording that I picked up in a trade a few years back. I am sorry to say that I don't have any lineage information, only to say that it is obviously a soundboard recording. I am pretty new at this so please be gentle with me. Any suggestions for a smoother process would be appreciated. I h ave lots more DnC if this is of any interest. Homemade artwork included.
Durutti Column - Banana Hall, Osaka, Japan, Apr. 24, 1984
Durutti Column: The Banana Hall, Osaka, Japan: 24 April 1984 Setlist: 1. Sketch for Dawn 2. Sketch for Summer 3. Conduct 4. Dream of a Child 5. Take Some Time Out / Messidor (medley) 6. Love Fading 7. Jacqueline 8. Night Time 9. The Missing Boy 10. The Beggar 11. Never Known 12. Wheels Turning Personnel: Vini Reilly: God-like guitar playing, keyboards and vocals Bruce Mitchell: Drums, DMX and Xylophone Linage: Unknown. CDR obtained in a trade years ago[Thanks Mike!]. Audience recording(unknown generation)->CDR -> wav (EAC) -> Flac Level8 (TLH) -> Yo
Durutti Column - Teatro, Orfeo, Milan, Italy, Mar. 24, 1992
The Durutti Column Live March 24, 1992 Teatro Orfeo Milan excellent audience recording. unknown lineage. ??>cdr>.wav>.flac>you Disc 1 01 Sketch for Summer 02 What is it to Me (Woman) 03 Never Change 04 Finding the Sea 05 Jacqueline 06 Opera II 07 Sketch for Dawn 08 Otis 09 For Colette 10 Fado Disc 2 01 Take Some Time Out 02 The Missing Boy 03 Tomorrow 04 The Beggar 05 Fado
Durutti Column - Ronnie Scott's, London, Dec. 4, 2005
HTM's Factory Clearance Vol 15 Durutti Column: Ronnie Scott's London 4 December 2005 1. Gibson Blues [a.k.a. Blue Period] 2. Otis 3. Sketch for Summer 4. Guitar Woman [a.k.a. Sealine Woman] 5. Jacqueline 6. All that love and maths can do 7. Gun 8. Dig a big hole 9. Salford Harmonics [a.k.a. Salford Rache] 10. Solo Guitar Piece [Unreleased] 11. The Beggar 12. Requim for My Mother 13. Revolver [Unreleased] Personnel: Vini Reilly: God-like guitar playing, keyboards and vocals Bruce Mitchell: Drums, Lager and half bottle of Bell's Scotch [empty by end of gig!] Kier Stewart: Bass, Harmonica John Metcalfe: Viola on Track 6 Notes: This is a fantastic quality audience recording (I kid you not). Recorded 1 row from the front, dead center of the venue. There is little or no audience noise, other than applause. I have a similar quality recording of John Metcalfe's support slot. PM or comment if you want it uploaded. Usual thanks are due to Joe [Where are all those Mozzer torr ents??]. Lineage:Sony Hi-MD MZ-NH900 + Binaural Mic w/battery box -> USB to Sony Soundstage (t racksplit) -> CDR -> .wav [EAC] -> Flac(level8)[TLH] -> You
Bob Dylan - Video Compilation, Vol. 1
Bob Dylan - DVD Compilation #01 - "Just a Song and Dance Man" DVDylan ID: D011 (http://dvdylan.com/dvd/D011) Recording type: ProShot CONTENTS Greenwood, Mississippi (6 July 1963) Only A Pawn In Their Game [last 2 verses only] March on Washington (28 Aug 1963) When The Ship Comes In Only A Pawn In Their Game Hold On Quest, CBC TV (1 Feb 1964) The Times They Are A-Changin<92> Talkin<92> World War III Blues The Lonesome Death Of Hattie Carroll Girl From The North Country A Hard Rain<92>s A-Gonna Fall Restless Farewell BBC Tonight Show (May 1964) With God On Our Side [first three verses only] Steve Allen Show (25 Feb 1964) The Lonesome Death Of Hattie Carroll [same take is shown twice, first with then without timing strip] San Francisco Press Conference (3 Dec 1965) In full All very good quality monochrome archive footage Number of discs: 1 * Technical Specs * Video: Codec: MPEG-2 Format: NTSC Duration: 00:51:23 Frames/Sec: 29.970 Date Rate: 9550 kpbs Frame Size: 720 x 480 Ratio: 1.333 (4:3) Audio: Codec: AC3 / Dolby 2.0 Quality: 48000Hz 256 kb/s total (2 channels) DVD Reviews: Whether or not the compiler intended it, this DVD shows us, in a series of lovely black an d white sequences, the metamorphosis of boy Zimmerman to icon Bob. Though Scorsese started earlier (<91>59) and f inished later (<92>66), the tale here is just as powerfully, eloquently and convincingly told. To anyone interested en ough in Bob to be visiting this site, almost everything on this wonderful disc comprises essential viewing. I don<92>t have much more to add to previous reviews, other than to give more content detail (for those who don<92>t already know). The programme starts with a snippet of Pawn In Their Game (just the last two verses) in th e familiar 1963 clip previously incorporated into Don<92>t Look Back. There then follows a telecast of wider (r ather than just Dylan- related) historical importance featuring Bob, Baez and others in Washington at the Civil R ights March of August <91>63. Bob sings Ship Comes In (Baez harmonising), then Pawn In Their Game alone. Each ti me the camera stays on Bob for a verse or so and then leaves him to roam around while the song continues to a conclusion - and in doing so it catches and records for posterity some memorable scenes. This section then clo ses with Bob participating (though minimally) in a group rendition of Hold On. Next comes the first major delight here - the full Quest show, and in mainly excellent qua lity (tails off slightly in last two songs, though still okay). Songs featured are Times (with opening credits superim posed), a puckish WWIII Blues, a beautifully-paced Hattie Carroll, Girl From The North Country, Hard Rain an d finally a very rare live Restless Farewell (with closing credits over). To 1965 and the first three verses only of God On Our Side from the BBC Tonight show. Clif f Michelmore introduces the song as <93>(Dylan<92>s) latest protest<94>. Picture is fine, song plods as ever. So back across the Atlantic to the Steve Allen show. Bob bears five minutes worth of Allen <92>s heavy-handed fawning with patience and good humour, then sings Hattie Carroll (I<92>d rate the Quest ve rsion a bit better, though each to his own). Throughout this performance, a running clock is superimposed acro ss Bob<92>s guitar. However, at the song<92>s conclusion, the disc repeats the take with the clock greyed out. Oddly, of the two versions, it is the first (slightly brighter and sharper image) which remains the more wat chable. And so to the marvellously entertaining 50 minutes which is the 1965 SF press conference. Bob - among friends (Gleason, Ginsberg) as well as strangers - is warm, witty, charming. Though the film quali ty is not sharp, it is nonetheless clear and its <93>softness<94> somehow only adds to its (and his) appeal - for , yes, young Mr D is at his most alluringly photogenic. He is also disarmingly honest in a great deal of what he says. He is also (not for the first or last time) prescient: Q: If you were going to sell out to a commercial interest, which one would you choose? A: Ladies<92> garments! It got a big laugh. But fast-forward forty years to the Victoria<92>s Secret hullaballoo - maybe someone from that concern has watched this DVD too? All in all, pure magic. Don<92>t miss it. And, finally, big thanks to my kind benefactress (she knows who she is). Five stars.
Bob Dylan - Video Compilation, Vol. 2
ob Dylan - DVD Compilation #02 - "Moving With a Simple Twist of Fate" DVDylan ID: D012 (http://dvdylan.com/dvd/D012) Recording type: ProShot CONTENTS Newport Folk Festival, 26 July 1964 (5:20) All I Really Want To Do Newport Folk Festival, 25 July 1965 (6:50) Maggie<92>s Farm Mr Tambourine Man Dylan/Cash Recording Session, Nashville, TN, 17 Feb 1969 (3:15) One Too Many Mornings (duet with JC) The Johnny Cash Show, 7 June 1969 (8:20) I Threw It All Away Living The Blues Girl From the North Country (duet with JC) Earl Scruggs, His Family and Friends, Jan 1971 (4:30) East Virginia Blues Nashville Skyline Rag (instrumental, with voice-over) Madison Square Garden, NYC, 1 Aug 1971 (18:35) A Hard Rain<92>s A-Gonna Fall It Takes A Lot To Laugh <85> Blowin<92> In The Wind Just Like A Woman The World Of John Hammond, 10 Sept 1975 (20:00) Hurricane Simple Twist Of Fate Oh, Sister Saturday Night Live, 20 Oct 1979 (19:50) Gotta Serve Somebody I Believe In You When You Gonna Wake Up? Nashville, TN, 2 Dec 1978 (15:10) Mr Tambourine Man Masters Of War Changing Of The Guard All Newport songs are abridged. Individual chapter running times as noted. DVD running tim e: 103 minutes. Number of discs: 1 * Technical Specs * Video: Codec: MPEG-2 Format: NTSC Duration: 01:43:00 Frames/Sec: 29.970 Date Rate: 9550 kpbs Frame Size: 720 x 480 Ratio: 1.333 (4:3) Audio: Codec: AC3 / Dolby 2.0 Quality: 48000Hz 256 kb/s total (2 channels) DVD Reviews: Review #1 My favourite disc of the unofficial Dylan "Anthology" series. Compilation #2 captures Dyla n in his white-hot mid-60s period, switching from acoustic folk music to electric, blues-based rock and roll, as well as his mid-70s Rolling Thunder renaissance. The historic 1965 Newport Festival clips are worth the price of admission alone, footage t hat hardcore VHS collectors like myself rarely or never saw. (It would be great to see the complete film, "Festival" d irected by Murray Lerner, which includes footage by other American music legends, Johnny Cash and Son House.) Speaking of Cash, the Nashville studio footage (a duet of "One Too Many Mornings") is of f ine quality: warm colours and crisp sound. Dylan's Johnny Cash footage (long bootlegged on CD) finally rears its hea d on this DVD. A lost treasure from 1969, the picture quality here is good (but not great) considering its age. The highlight here is the duet of "Mornings" by Cash and his guest who strum acoustic guitars side-by-side. Another surprise gem is Dylan's country turn ("East Virginia Blues") lifted from the 1970 doc, "Earl Scruggs, His Family and Friends" probably sourced from a low-generation videotape that was transferred from film. Like the Cash studio footage, the picture and sound quality are superb. More common clips are Dylan's acoustic set from the 1971 Concert for Bangladesh in New Yor k (hands-down the highlight of this all-star benefit concert), and his rather subdued "Hurricane" performance at 1975' s World of John Hammond TV special. Again, both clips feature sharp picture and rich sound. The 1979 SNL clips include all three songs (reruns feature one to two) and are found on "T he Gospel Years" DVD. The 1978 Nashville concert footage is the weak link on an otherwise perfect compilation. The f ootage is out of place on a disc crammed with historic performances, suffering from medicore editing (dark, distant angles of Dylan & band intercut with Woodstock-esque shots of fans at an outdoor concert--from where?) and drop-o uts from the high-generation video source. A better Dylan gospel performance can be found on the above-mentioned "Gospe l Years" disc. Despite the last clip, Compilation #2 stands out as an essential addition to any Dylan col lection, spanning two peaks of Dylan's long, colourful career. Get it. Five stars. Review #2: The John Hammond PBS-TV special is unbelievably good, not to mention an engaging performan ce by the Maestro ... can't beat that Rolling Thunder stuff, even with a scratched disc (ha, just kidding). Overall, the DVD captures the essentials for the time period chosen and in better quality throughout than previously- circulated VHS. If you don't like this disc then you don't like Dylan (you sorry dog). Cheers! Five stars. Review #3 <93>Here he is, he<92>s yours<94> says the announcer and then <93>split as quickly as poss ible, there<92>ll be no closing remarks, get to the next workshop<94> definitely a different time. Then you see Bob and Joan mobbed and Joan is so cool; sings a little a cappella and signs the autographs; what a beautiful lady. Newport <92>65, what a shock it must have been to hear an electric Dylan! The Johnny Cash video is average quality but the duet is still very enjoyable. Earl Scruggs and his banjo; this shows how music really crosses generational gaps and cult ures; what a show this would have been to attend. Then you have Bob in his prime at the Bangladesh concert with George Harrison; great video & sound & set list. I<92>d like to know who the other guitar player in the red tank top with long blond hair. What a great concert! I wonder if those in attendance knew how lucky they were. The world of John Hammond is great however unfortunately brief it is. SNL; <93>Gotta Serve Somebody<94> is a fantastic version complete with the soul sisters on backing vocals. The keyboard solo seemed a little off to me though. This set of Bob<92>s religious music really has an affect even on a non-religious person. The Nashville segment is of pretty poor quality although <93>Masters of War<94> is a good electric version and would be great if a better copy existed. A fantastic collection; mostly great picture and sound quality; one you definitely want to get. 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Bob Dylan - Video Compilation, Vol. 3
Bob Dylan - DVD Compilation #03 - "Early 80s" DVDylan ID: D013 (http://dvdylan.com/dvd/D013) Screenshots: http://dvdylan.com/dvd/D013/shots Artwork: http://dvdylan.com/dvd/D013/artwork Recording type: ProShot CONTENTS Peace Sunday (6-Jun-82) Verona, Italy (5/28-29/84) Hamburg, Germany (31-May-84) Barcelona, Spain (28-Jun-84) Live Aid (13-Jul-85) Farm Aid Rehearsal Clip (9/85) Farm Aid I (22-Sep-85) Number of discs: 1 * Technical Specs * Video: Codec: MPEG-2 Format: NTSC Duration: 02:00:28 Frames/Sec: 29.970 Date Rate: 6200 kpbs Frame Size: 720 x 480 Ratio: 1.333 (4:3) Audio: Codec: AC3 / Dolby 2.0 Quality: 48000Hz 256 kb/s total (2 channels) -------------- DVD Reviews #1: I love this disc. Lots of great footage from the 1984 tour plus two of my fave Bob TV appe arances: LIVE AID and FARM AID I. Never really have understood the negative responses to the LIVE AID performance. My only c omplaint is that I would have loved to have heard Ronnie & Keith singing a little background. And FARM AID I? Bob rocking out with the best band of his career. These guys fit each othe r perfectly! (Wish he would've left the female chorus behind though!) Four stars. -------------- DVD Review #2: D013 is another of those discs with something of an identity crisis. Part historical docum ent, part entertainment package, it ends up not quite either one or the other. By chance, the disc<92>s contents f all exactly into two 53 minute halves and the second of these, comprising the Barcelona <91>84 footage, Live Aid a nd Farm Aid, is very watchable - also, provided you can dig Live Aid, thoroughly enjoyable too. But no DVD that includes six Blowing In The Winds (several Santana-ridden to boot) deserves too much praise. I think if there <92>d been another at Farm Aid that would have been TV, player and disc out the window, and possibly me soon after. Peace Sunday starts with Baez bringing on <93>Robert<94>. This 13 minutes of 1982 footage is easy on the eye, but sound is poor. God On Our Side is snipped in three places, most noticeably at the end (clo sing punch line lost). Pirate Looks sounds like the kind of song you ought to like, except that it<92>s difficult to discern just what it<92>s supposed to be about. Then there<92>s Wind 1. On to 22 minutes of Italian TV coverage of V erona <91>84. Lovely close pro-shot footage of D singing Times is spoiled by bad sound. Watchtower, LARS and Wind 2 s uffer similarly - good pics but sound poor-to-grim. Four or five minutes of press-conference footage is over -dubbed in Italian so that nothing of the original exchanges can be heard. On to Hamburg and 18 minutes from Ger man TV: Wind 3, end of LARS + band intros then finally first reward of this disc - a fine Hattie Carroll ( first verse missing) in good aural/visual shape. Wind 4 plus a truncated Tombstone Blues close this chapter. I suppose you can understand why it<92>s the same songs every time. You can imagine each l ocal producer, his largely non-D audience in mind, issuing his orders: Bring me Wind, Stone, Watchtower<85> a nd, er, what else has he done?? No surprise, then that first up on Spanish TV is another LARS. But from now on soun d and image are first- rate, so suddenly even this is much more the ticket. What<92>s more, it<92>s followed by a n absolute treat - a fine performance, beautifully filmed, of T Man, complete and very special. Then, for good measu re, a full Don<92>t Think Twice before - can you guess? - yes, Wind 5, but electric this time and sounding considera bly better, with D in playful mood, singing verses to the crowd<92>s refrain. Live Aid shows what happens when a man gives his address out to bad companee. A hyper Jack Nicholson introduces <93>one of America<92>s great voices of freedom<94> who appears alone, but look ing about him in some anxiety. Eventually two scamps scurry on to join him... You know the rest. It<92>s been 15 years since I last saw this and it sounds better - or maybe that should be clearer - than I remember. D gets too littl e contribution from the aptly-named Wood and too much from Richard. His comments after Hollis Brown remain - Farm Aid or no - as inappropriate now as they were in 1985. Ship is ragged and Wind (Wind 6!) worse still, wit h the <93>transcendent<94> (Nicholson) D losing heart before our eyes. After a verse or so of th e group-hug We Are The World he scuttles off the stage in senses both literal and metaphorical, having just, in a great many minds across the global TV Nation, burned bridges that will never be repaired. You feel the strength of his Farm Aid performance derives at least in part from his sense of needing to set matters right. After the Live Aid debacle, Bob is really up for this. It was him who set t his bull loose and he rides it for all it<92>s worth. He<92>s word and tune perfect. The band, too, have every song do wn pat. After Shake, he shares two duets - I<92>ll Remember You and Trust Yourself - with Madelyn Quebec. Since sh e has no more than a passing acquaintance with either song, her floundering contribution to proceedings is quai ntly funny. Bob, though, guides her through with effortless good cheer. Maggie<92>s Farm finishes. (I remem ber hearing Lucky Old Sun in this set too, put evidently not broadcast - most annoying!) Don<92>t expect to much from the first half of this disc and the second is sure to please. Three stars ---------------- Other Bob Dylan DVD Compilations in this series: Bob Dylan - DVD Compilation #1 - Just a Song and Dance Man Bittorrent Description: http://www.demonoid.com/files/details/439452/ DVD Description: http://dvdylan.com/dvd/D011 Bob Dylan - DVD Compilation #2 - Moving With a Simple Twist Bittorrent Description: http://www.demonoid.com/files/details/442798/ DVD Description: http://dvdylan.com/dvd/D012 There are a total of 11 Compilation DVD's in this set. More to follow... :) - BerkeleyGuy (http://www.demonoid.com/users/BerkeleyGuy)
Bob Dylan - Video Compilation, Vol. 4
Bob Dylan - DVD Compilation #04 - "Late 80s" DVDylan ID: D014 (http://dvdylan.com/dvd/D013) Screenshots: http://dvdylan.com/dvd/D014/shots Artwork: http://dvdylan.com/dvd/D014/artwork Recording type: ProShot CONTENTS Martin Luther King Birthday Tribute (20-Jan-86) Amnesty Concert (6-Jun-86) San Diego, California Raw News Clip (9-Jun-86) Akron, Ohio Raw News Clip (2-Jul-86) Washington, DC Raw News Clip (6-Jul-86) Mansfield, Massachusetts Raw News Clip (8-Jul-86) Gershwin Gala (11-Mar-87) Tokyo, Japan (10-Mar-86) The Bridge Benefit (4-Dec-88) Number of discs: 1 * Technical Specs * Video: Codec: MPEG-2 Format: NTSC Duration: 01:46:21 Frames/Sec: 29.970 Date Rate: 6200 kpbs Frame Size: 720 x 480 Ratio: 1.333 (4:3) Audio: Codec: AC3 / Dolby 2.0 Quality: 48000Hz 256 kb/s total (2 channels) -------------- DVD Reviews There are no "official reviews" of D014 on DVDylan.com yet. I believe this is due to the fact that this DVD is certainly not the best in the series. The portions after the 1st 20min to about 1 hour in have qual ity and continuity issues. After the 1/2 way point into the Japan set and then into the Bridge Benefit become much mo re watchable. Three Stars. ---------------- Other Bob Dylan DVD Compilations in this series: Bob Dylan - DVD Compilation #1 - Just a Song and Dance Man Bittorrent Description: http://www.demonoid.com/files/details/439452/ DVD Description: http://dvdylan.com/dvd/D011 Bob Dylan - DVD Compilation #2 - Moving With a Simple Twist Bittorrent Description: http://www.demonoid.com/files/details/442798/ DVD Description: http://dvdylan.com/dvd/D012 Bob Dylan - DVD Compilation #3 - Early 80s Bittorrent Description: http://www.demonoid.com/files/details/477007/ DVD Description: http://dvdylan.com/dvd/D013 There are a total of 11 Compilation DVD's in this set. More to follow... :) - BerkeleyGuy (http://www.demonoid.com/users/BerkeleyGuy)
Bob Dylan - Video Compilation, Vol. 5
Bob Dylan - DVD Compilation #05 - "Like a Rolling Stone" DVDylan ID: D015 (http://dvdylan.com/dvd/D015) Screenshots: http://dvdylan.com/dvd/D015/shots Artwork: http://dvdylan.com/dvd/D015/artwork Recording type: ProShot CONTENTS 1. Rio de Janeiro (25-Jan-90) 2. Rio de Janeiro (with the Rolling Stones) (11-Apr-98) 3. Seville, Spain (17-Dec-91) 4. Nara, Japan (20-May-94) 5. Hyde Park, London, England (29-Jun-96) Number of discs: 1 Technical Specs Video: Codec: MPEG-2 Format: NTSC Duration: 01:58:24 Frames/Sec: 29.970 Date Rate: 4682 kpbs Frame Size: 704 x 480 Ratio: 1.333 (4:3) Audio: Codec: AC3 / Dolby 2.0 Quality: 48000Hz 256 kb/s total (2 channels) DVD Reviews: I obtained this DVD primarily to see the Nara 1994 and the Hyde Park 1996 performances and I must say that I am astounded at the excellent quality of both. The Nara set is one of the great Dylan vocal performances of his career and the DVD captur es every nuance perfectly. Very moving and Dylan seems to be inspired by the orchestral arrangements. The Hype Park show is a revelation. Dylan is in great form and the versions of 'Tom Thumb' s Blues' and 'Positively 4th Street' are superb. Picture and sound quality are fantastic. All in all, this is a superb DVD in terms of both content and quality (both picture and so und). Very highly recommended. Five Stars.
Bob Dylan - Video Compilation, Vol. 6
Bob Dylan - DVD Compilation #06 - "For the Pope and for the people" DVDylan ID: D016 (http://dvdylan.com/dvd/D016) Screenshots: http://dvdylan.com/dvd/D016/shots Artwork: http://dvdylan.com/dvd/D016/artwork Recording type: ProShot CONTENTS 1. Athens, Greece with Van Morrison (27-Jun-89) 2. Athens, Greece with Van Morrison Raw Footage (27-Jun-89) 3. Athens, Greece (29-Jun-89) 4. Roy Orbison Tribute (24-Feb-90) 5. Bill Clinton Inaugural (17-Jan-93) 6. Nashville, Tennessee with Willie Nelson (13-Jan-93) 7. Willie Nelson's Big 6-0 (20-Apr-93) 8. Supper Club, New York, NY (11/16-17/93) (from Highway 61 Interactive) 9. Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Gala (2-Sep-95) 10. Frank Sinatra 80th Birthday Tribute (19-Nov-95) (complete "Restless Farewell") 11. Frank Sinatra 80th Birthday Tribute (19-Nov-95) (incomplete "Restless Farewell") 12. Tokyo, Japan (10-Feb-97) (fragment shot by Dave Stewart) 13. Bologna, Italy (27-Sep-97) (performance for the Pope) Number of discs: 1 Technical Specs Video: Codec: MPEG-2 Format: NTSC Duration: 02:00:27 Frames/Sec: 29.970 Date Rate: 4690 kpbs Frame Size: 704 x 480 Ratio: 1.333 (4:3) Audio: Codec: AC3 / Dolby 2.0 Quality: 48000Hz 256 kb/s total (2 channels) DVD Reviews: Review #1 The Popestock tracks at the end of this highly entertaining and varied DVD are worth the p rice of admission alone. Before the performance the organizer of the festival, Cardinal Ernesto Vecchi, said that h e had invited Dylan because he is the "representative of the best type of rock" and "he has a spiritual nature ." Bob proves him right with an incredibly moving performance of 'Knocking on Heaven's Door', one of my favourite versions of 'Hard Rain' and, having had a word with the John Paul the Second, an fitting a nd very beautiful version of 'Forever Young'. I'm no fan of the Pope, but this is a terrific performance and get an easy ten out of ten for weirdness value alone. D The excellent picture and sound quality will add to your pleasure. A must see! Fi ve Stars. Review #2 You feel like a mortal peeking at the gods on Mt. Olympus as Dylan and Van Morrison strum guitars and sing in the sunshine on a hilltop in Athens, the Parthenon looming in the background. Sound and picture are excellent throughout this DVD, and here it sparkles as they work loo sely through a few songs like friends on a picnic. Friends abound on this disc, and soon Dylan is joining the Byrds onstage for Tambourine Man like a Ciro's ruinion, and Dylan grumbles lyrics while McGuinn and Crosby hot those Ca lifornia harmonies. He sings at Clinton's inaugural, and then with friend Willie Nelson, Dylan duets for a fan tastic Pancho and Lefty, and then a sweet version of Hard Times. The Supper Club footage from Hiway 61 Interactive is pretty sketchy, compared to the other stuff on this disc, but interesting historically. Dylan plays with p al Springsteen, and then sings a gorgeous Restless Farewell at Frank Sinatra's 80th birthday, a perfect pi ck for Old Blue Eyes looking back on his long years, and finally another old man is regaled with song by the si nger who has dined with kings and been offered wing, this time the Pope who seems to be knocking on heaven's door. Dylan doffs a ten-gallon hat and shakes the Pope's hand, and sings Forever Young to an appreciative Italian audienc e. This disc is amazing in both sound and visuals, and content, and could well be called "Dyl an and Friends." I thoroughly enjoy this collection, both musically and for the professional quality of the production, that spans the late 1980s to the late 1990s. Where else can you see this scruffy songwriter play with old friends Willie, the Byrds, Springsteen, and Van the Man, as well as perform before a Pope and a president and Frank Sinatra? Get this disc!!! Five Stars.
Bob Dylan - Video Compilation, Vol. 7
Bob Dylan - DVD Compilation #07 - "Letterman, Grammy, and more..." DVDylan ID: D017 (http://dvdylan.com/dvd/D017) Screenshots: http://dvdylan.com/dvd/D017/shots Artwork: http://dvdylan.com/dvd/D017/artwork Recording type: ProShot CONTENTS 1. David Letterman Show Rehearsal (22 Mar 1984) (20m) 2. David Letterman Show (22 Mar 1984) (14:30) 3. David Letterman Anniversary Show (18 Jan 1992) (7m) 4. David Letterman Show (18 Nov 1993) (5:15) 5. David Letterman Show Clip (20 Oct 1994) (2m) 6. Grammy Awards (27 Feb 1980) (9m) 7. Grammy Awards with Stevie Wonder (28 Feb 1984) (3:30) 8. Grammy Awards (20 Feb 1991) (12m) 9. Grammy Awards (25 Feb 1998) (11m) 10. Grammy Awards with Lauryn Hill (23 Feb 2000) (4m) 11. Golden Globe Awards (21 Jan 2001) (3:45) 12. Academy Awards (25 Mar 2001) (9m) 13. Grammy Awards (27 Feb 2002) (4:40) 14. Johnny Cash Tribute (3/99) (4m) Number of discs: 1 Technical Specs Video: Codec: MPEG-2 Format: NTSC Duration: 01:50 Frames/Sec: 29.970 Date Rate: 4650 kpbs Frame Size: 704 x 480 Ratio: 1.333 (4:3) Audio: Codec: AC3 / Dolby 2.0 Quality: 48000Hz 256 kb/s total (2 channels) DVD Reviews: Review #1 If this dvd consisted only of the 3/84 Letterman performance that alone would make it esse ntial. But it does'nt..As well as featuring possibly Bob's greatest tv performance we also get a great " Forever Young" from '93 (Bob looks fantastic..great hat!!) the definitive "Lovesick" from '98 and the J.Cash t ribute from '99.. Also a glimpse into Bob's less good years.."Like A Rolling Stone" from '92 is pretty dire..but it does leave you wondering how Bob manages turn it around so often as then we go straight to '93 with Bob both lookin g and singing magnificently..In short it is a great idea to collect all these performances in one place. .Both sound and vision is top-notch..An absolute essential to anyones collection..I've only had it a couple of days and I've already watched it many times! In short..get it..it's great!!! Get this disc!!! Five Stars. Review #2 Absolutely wonderful! Everything on here is good quality, and every performance intense. E ven on the Letterman rehearsal, there's enough verve to make it rivetting viewing. Nice to see the hu mourous side of Bob at the award ceremonies, and It's all capped off with the beautifully warm and relaxed "Tr ain Of Love" for Johnny Cash. Whoever put this together, we thank you. Every home should have one!!! Five Stars.
Bob Dylan - Video Compilation, Vol. 8
Bob Dylan - DVD Compilation #08 - "Shalom Aleichem!" DVDylan ID: D018 (http://dvdylan.com/dvd/D018) Screenshots: http://dvdylan.com/dvd/D018/shots Artwork: http://dvdylan.com/dvd/D018/artwork Recording type: ProShot CONTENTS 1. Los Angeles, California Press Conference (16-Dec-65) 2. Juno Awards with Gordon Lightfoot (10-Nov-86) 3. Chabad Telethon (8/86) 4. Chabad Telethon (24-Sep-89) 5. Chabad Telethon (15-Sep-91) 6. MTV Interview with Carlos Santana (9/93) 7. Dharma and Greg Appearance (1999) 8. East Rutherford, New Jersey (21-Jul-86) (audience video clips) Number of discs: 1 Technical Specs Video: Codec: MPEG-2 Format: NTSC Duration: 01:10 Frames/Sec: 29.970 Date Rate: 4650 kpbs Frame Size: 704 x 480 Ratio: 1.333 (4:3) Audio: Codec: AC3 / Dolby 2.0 Quality: 48000Hz 256 kb/s total (2 channels) DVD Reviews: Review #1 This is an incredible valuable disc for me. I remeber seeing a pic of Bob, Himmelman & Sta nton in ROLLING STONE MAGAZINE back in 89. Never did I think I would actually get to see the footage! Very strange to see Bob in these scenarios (and what's with the lack of production values on these telethons?) As for the 86 footage with Petty, I just thought the clips were meant to show how talkativ e Bob was on this night. I'd love to see the whole show but these clips are pretty cool "we don't play for r ich people!" Four Stars. Review #2 Excellent work again by whoever makes these disks! Pity about the artwork, but that is onl y a minor thing. My copy seems to be incomplete. The Bob & Petty songs cut out after the intros. I do not k now if this is how it is supposed to be? Still worth having though for Bob's banter with the crowd in '86! Four Stars.
Bob Dylan - "Madhouse on Castle St.," BBC, London, Dec. 30, 1962
Bob Dylan 30 December 1962 to 4 January 1963 "Madhouse on Castle St." shooting, BBC Studios, London, England, UK 5 source compilation Collected, transfered, compiled & poorly annotated by Arturo El Duderino 21 Jan 2006 CD 15:13.68 SOURCE ONE - "recording a" - the oldest circulating version 1. Blowin' in the Wind [1:45.21] 2. The Ballad of the Gliding Swan [0:47.07] SOURCE TWO - "recording a" - a new transfer from the oldest circulating version sou rce tape - more natural than the previous one, but also showing some bad ageing of the master tape. Received Aug 2005, done possibly with relation to the ongoing BBC research. 3. Blowin' in the Wind [1:46.15] 4. The Ballad of the Gliding Swan [0:42.69] SOURCE THREE - "recording a" (well remastered, or "recording b") - BBC4 "Dylan in t he Madhouse" 2005 5. Blowin' in the Wind (harp) [0:13.43] 6. The Ballad of the Gliding Swan [0:19.33] 7. Blowin' in the Wind (harp) [0:14.00] 8. The Ballad of the Gliding Swan (echoed) [0:12.57] SOURCE FOUR - "recording b" - a 4-song tape - BBC4 "Dylan in the Madhouse" 2005 9. The Ballad of the Gliding Swan [0:51.06] 10. Blowin' in the Wind (harp) [0:12.44] 11. The Coo Coo Song [0:30.07] 12. The Ballad of the Gliding Swan (w/voiceover + lyrics read out) [2:35.73] 13. I Been All Around the World (Hang Me Oh Hang Me) [0:28.15] 14. Blowin' in the Wind [0:50.47] 15. The Ballad of the Gliding Swan (complete w/voiceover) [2:16.30] 16. Blowin' in the Wind (harp) [0:14.40] SOURCE FIVE - "recording c" - this (reportedly 4-song tape) was admitted too late t o be included within the BBC4 main program, but the following fragments are used wh ile credits roll. Best available quality so far - BBC4 "Dylan in the Madhouse" 2005 17. The Ballad of the Gliding Swan [0:58.73] 18. Blowin' in the Wind [0:14.13] Recordings as complete as known to circulate. (if you know otherwise, don't hesitate to prove it. Thank you)
Bob Dylan - Chicago Stadium, Chicago, IL, Jan. 4, 1974
Date: 1/4/74 Performer: Bob Dylan Location: Chicago, IL Chicago Stadium Source/Quality/Length: AUD/VG-/85 Note: Dylan Only Song list: Hero Blues Lay Lady Lay Just Like Tom Thumbs Blues It Ain't Me Babe Tough Mama Ballad of Thin Man All Along Watchtower Leopard Skin Pill Box Hat Knockin on Heavens Door Times They are a Changin Love Minus Zero No Limit Lonesome Death of H. Carrol Nobody Cept You It's Alright Forever Young Something There Is About You Like a Rolling Stone Maggies Farm
Bob Dylan & the Band - Maple Leaf Gardens, Toronto, Jan. 9, 1974
Bob Dylan & The Band Maple Leaf Gardens Toronto, Ontario, Canada 1/9/74 Rainy Day Women # 12 & 35 Lay Lady Lay Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues It Ain't Me, Babe It Takes A Lot To Laugh, It Takes A Train To Cry Ballad Of A Thin Man Stagefreight + Dixie Down + ?? + ?? + I Shall be Released Cripple Creek All Along The Watchtower Ballad Of Hollis Brown Knockin' On Heaven's Door Just Like A Woman Girl From The North Country Wedding Song Nobody 'Cept You It's Alright, Ma (I'm Only Bleeding) Rag Mama Rag + When you Awake + ?? + The Weight + Forever Young Something There Is About You Like A Rolling Stone Most Likely You Go Your Way (And I'll Go Mine)
Bob Dylan & the Band - Boston, Jan. 14, 1974, SBD/LB
I don't like bootlegs too much...but this one is absolutely overclass ! Bob Dylan & the Band - Love songs for America Swingin' pig records 1990 an excellent and complete soundboard recording of Boston 14.1.1974 aft. show all songs are unreleased. if you don't have it,this is a must.. Bob Dylan & the Band Boston 14.1.1974 aft. show Cd1 Rainy day woman 12 & 35 Lay lady lay Just like Tom Thumb's blues It ain't me babe I don't believe you Ballad of a thin man Stage fright The night they drove old dixie down King harvest This wheels' on fire Cd2 I shall be released Up on cripple creek All along the watchtower Ballad of Hollis Brown Knockin' on heaven's door The times they are a-changin' Don't think twice,it's all right Gates of eden Just like a woman It's all right ma,I'm only bleeding enjoy it !
Bob Dylan & the Band - Madison Square Garden, NYC, Jan. 31, 1974, LB
Bob Dylan & The Band New York City '74 source: 1-31-74 Evening show Most Likely You Go Your Way Lay Lady Lay Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues Rainy Day Women #12 & 35 It Ain't Me Babe Ballad Of A Thin Man All Along The Watchtower Ballad Of Hollis Brown Knockin' On Heaven's Door The Times Don't Think Twice Gates Of Eden Just Like A Woman It's Alright Ma (I'm Only Bleeding) Fourteen of the nineteen Dylan songs performed at this venue. It's the evening show. It's a soundboard tape, but has never been in fantastic quality. The quality here i s as good as any. This is actually one of the better choices, because it is a single disc, and contains only the MSG show... with no confusing Oakland filler. The cover photo is a nice shot, but has little to do with the show. It's from the 1984 Europe an tour. There are many 1974 photos available that could have produced a better cove r. Information: Source / Venue: Madison Square Garden, NY January 31, 1974 (Eve) Manufacturer / Catalog No. Red Sky / 1001 Released: 1995 http://www.bobsboots.com/CDs/cd-n17.html
Bob Dylan & the Band - Inglewood, CA, Feb. 14, 1974, SBD
Bob Dylan and The Band 2/14/1974 Inglewood CA. Unknown lineage, but definately a SBD Tracks: Disc one 1-Lay Lady Lay 2-Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues 3-Rainy Day Women #12 & 35 4-It Ain't Me Babe 5-Ballad Of A Thin Man 6-Stage Fright 7-Night They Drove Old Dixie Down 8-King Harvest 9-When You Awake 10-I Shall Be Released 11-Up On Cripple Creek 12-All Along The Watchtower 13-Ballad Of Hollis Brown 14-Knockin' On Heaven's Door 15-She Belongs To Me 16-It's All Over Now Baby Blue Disc two 1-Times They Are a-changin 2-Just Like A Woman 3-It's Alright Ma (I'm Only Bleeding) 4-Rag Mama Rag 5-This Wheel's On Fire 6-The Weight 7-Forever Young 8-Highway 61 Revisited 9-Like A Rolling Stone 10-Blowin' In The Wind Evening show: 11-Endless Highway 12-The Shape I'm In 13-Highway 61 Revisited 14-Like A Rolling Stone 15-Maggie's Farm
Bob Dylan - "The Knight of the Hurricane," Madison Square Garden, NYC, Dec. 8, 1975, LB
Bob Dylan 12/8/75 Madison Square Garden New York City " The Knight of the Hurricane " Silvers>Wavelab>Wav>Flac Disc 1 When I Paint My Masterpiece w/Bobby Neuwirth It Aint Me Babe The Lonesome Death of Hattie Carroll Tonight I'll be Staying Here With You It Takes A Lot To Laugh A Train To Cry w/Robbie Robertson Romance In Durango ISIS The Times They Are A Changing w/Joan Baez Dark As A Dungeon w/Joan Baez Mama You Been On My Mind w/Joan Baez Never Let Me Go w/ Joan Baez Disc 2 I Dreamed I Saw St. Augustine w/ Joan Baez I Shall Be Released w/ Joan Baez Love Minus Zero/ No Limit Simple Twist of Fate Oh Sister Hurricane One More Cup of Coffee Sara Just Like A Woman Knocking On Heavens Door w/ Roger McGuinn This Land Is Your Land w/ Revue
Bob Dylan - "Okay I Still Get Stoned," Queensland, Australia, Mar. 15, 1978, SBD
Bob Dylan Okay I Still Get Stoned Queensland, March 15, 1978 CDA>WAVELAB>FLAC SBD Manufacturer / Catalog No. Blue Eyes Records / BER 008 Love Her With A Feeling (Tampa Red) Mr Tambourine Man I Threw It All Away Shelter From The Storm Love Minus Zero Girl Of The North Country Ballad Of A Thin Man Maggie's Farm To Ramona Oh Sister Simple Twist Of Fate All Along The Watchtower The Man In Me All I Really Want To Do Band introduction It's Alright Ma (I'm Only Bleeding) Review: A nice CD of a good sounding, stereo line soundboard recording. The back cover is sha rp, but the front aesthetics are rather poor. The sound is as good as circulating rec ordings, but the final three songs had to be left off to allow the show to fit onto a single disc. Those missing in action include Forever Young, The Times. and Knockin' On Heaven's Door. Information: Source / Venue: Festival Hall, Brisbane, Australia March 15, 1978 http://www.bobsboots.com/CDs/cd-o08.html
Bob Dylan & Jerry Garcia - Wear the Fox Hat, SF, CA, Nov. 16, 1980
Bob Dylan & Jerry Garcia Wear The Fox Hat San Francisco, Nov. 16, 1980 CDA>WAVELAB>FLAC Disc one Dennis-King-Havis: Let It Ride (McCoy/Dennis) It's Gonna Rain (C Johnson) Come On In This House (Unknown) Saved By The Grace (Smith / Palmer) Gotta Serve Somebody I Believe In You Like A Rolling Stone (A) Regina McCreary Havis: Till I Get It Right (Lane / Henley) Man Gave Names To All The Animals (B) To Ramona (1) Ain't Gonna Go To Hell For Anybody*(1) Girl Of The North Country * (1) (2) Slow Train * (1) Disc two Carolyn Dennis: Walk Around Heaven All Day Abraham, Martin & John (Holler) (3) (C) Let's Keep It Between Us (4) (D) Mary From The Wild Moor (trad.) (5) Covenant Woman Solid Rock (E) Just Like A Woman Se
or (Tales Of Yankee Power) Simple Twist Of Fate (F) The Groom's Still Waiting At The Altar When You Gonna Wake Up (G) In The Garden * (H) Blowin' In The Wind City Of Gold It's All Over Now, Baby Blue (6) Review: This is the complete concert, which doesn't seem to exist entirely as a soundboard recording. T o complete the missing songs, good sounding audience recordings were used to fill in. They are marked with an asterisk (*). The front cover has been used before as a boot cover, and it's sti ll just as cheesy. It would have been fine without the Bob Dylan written on the glasses. The pa ckage is fairly good, though a bit simplistic. The concert is a fantastic voyage for anyone int erested in the gospel years. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Notes: * Song source is audience recording Dylan - vocal & guitar Fred Tackett - guitar & mandolin Willie Smith - keyboards Tim Drummond - bass Jim Keltner - drums Clydie King - harmony vocals Carolyn Dennis - harmony vocals Regina Havis - harmony vocals (1) Jerry Garcia - guitar (2) Dylan - vocal & guitar Willie Smith - piano (3) Dylan - piano & vocal Clydie King - shared vocal (4) Dylan - piano backed by the band (5) Dylan - vocal & guitar, Regina Havis - shared vocal, Fred Tackett - mandolin (6) Dylan - solo vocal & guitar Information: source: Fox Warfield Theatre San Francisco, CA Nov. 16, 1980 Manufacturer / Catalog No. RattleSnake / RS 172/73 Released: 2004 Quality: 7-8 stars Bob's Boots ref # BB-w14 Bob is talkative tonight. Here are some transcriptions. Each occurs after the song of the corre sponding letter. (A) Thank you. We're gonna slow it down some right now. Mrs. Regina McCreary, gonna sing Keep O n Falling In Love Till I Get It Right. (B) Thank you. Well, I don't know exactly what to say here. Different peoples been coming down to the theater every night so far. And this night is no exception I guess. Anyway this is, keep ..., here's a young man I know you know who he is. I've played with him a few times before. I' m a great admirer and fan of his and support his group all the way, Jerry Garcia. He's gonna pl ay with us, key of C. (C) That was Clydie King. This is a new song ..., don't know how old it is. Anyway, it's called Can We Keep It Between Us. (D) A lot of people ask me about old songs and new songs. This is a real old song. This song is so old, I'd say it's about 200 years old. A song I used to sing before I wrote any songs. Anyw ay, it's one of those tragic, ... tragic love ballads. (E) When I was standing out backstage, and this guy came up to me, he said "You remember that w oman that came up to you about an hour ago with the long red hair?" And I said, "Yeah I remembe r that woman." And he said, "She sure was beautiful, wasn't she?" And I said, "Yes, she was all right." He said "That was me." (F) We're gonna play a new song here in the key of A. This is called The Groom Is Still Waiting At The Altar. (G) I actually saw the great Odetta's here tonight. I saw her! Tom Sawyer. Tom Cruise... (H) Willie Smith is playing organ tonight. All the rest of the keyboards too. Tim Drummond is p laying the drums. Fred Tackett on lead guitar. Tim Drummond on bass. Clydie King, Regina McCrea ry, Carolyn Dennis vocalists for tonight. Special guest star is Jerry Garcia. We'll see you lat er now. http://www.bobsboots.com/CDs/cd-w14.html
Bob Dylan - Parc de Sceaux, Paris, France, Jul. 1, 1984
Bob Dylan July 1st, 1984 Parc de Sceaux Paris, France Conversion: ?>CDR>Wav(EAC)>flac Conversion by: Fendert@aol.com Quality: Very Good / Audience DO NOT CONVERT TO .MP3 This is the 23rd Show of Bob Dylan's 1984 tour with former Rolling Stones guitarist Mick Taylor. This is a killer show with great performances from the band. Unfortunately, most songs with the exception of the acoustic numbers are slightly over-driven but this is still a very enjoyable concert. Paul Williams writes in his book "Bob Dylan Performing Artist 1974-1986: The Middle Years" of this show: "Paris (July 1) is my favorite show of the tour . . . Dylan is in front of a huge cro wd (100,000 people) in a city he has always loved to perform in: he is probably still feeling the glow from his wonderful reception in Spain earlier in the week; in any case, his voice sounds great <96> rich in musical texture and full of aliveness and personality <96> throughout the concert." "Tangled up in Blue"; "Simple Twist of Fate" also gets a whole new rewrite, and it can be delightfully outrageous, as in Paris, or surprisingly tender, as in Barcelona. " He then goes on about this Paris show: ""Tangled Up in Blue" in Paris, July 1, 1984 second song of the second set, marks perfectly that mysterious transition into work filled with spirit, art capable of reaching deep into the soul of both performer and listener. The version on "Real Live" (from London, July 7) is so similar I'm not sur e I can articulate what makes the two performances different; yet the difference is as unmistakable as that between an ordinary starry night and the same night the instant after a lighting bolt has shattered the sky . . . there's a "click!" sometime s and then greatness happens. Whatever, This performance gets to me. It makes me scram. And it's impact as far as I can tell has nothing to do with the new words, except in the not insignificant fact that the new words change the singer's relationship with the song" it is new for him, filled with the excitement of discover y, freshness, new creation. . . .Dylan's diction this particular evening, and in the sou nd of his voice . . . tells the story." Then he goes on further and says: ""Tangled Up in Blue" was followed in Paris by the single best live version of "It's Alright, Ma" that I've ever heard. . . . It's conviction. I don't think I've heard a performance of this song since the original album version in which the singer is so able to inhabit every phrase, see every image, feel every expressed feeling. Nothing is thrown away, no part of the song is sung on automatic pilot. The performer is awake. The result is frightening, and beautiful. And awakening" Boy, doesn't that make you want to get this one playing as-soon-as-possible? Well, it does me, lol. Right now is the 20th Anniversary of those shows and I thought it would be cool to release each show to STG on the date of the actual show plus 20 years. When the STG tracker was down it really screwed up getting the shows out on the correct dates and we are a little behind but I want to complete the project in context so, here is the twenty-third show; only 4 more!!! Enjoy!!! Disc 1 1. Highway 61 Revisited 2. Jokerman 3. All Along The Watchtower 4. Just Like A Woman 5. Maggie's Farm 6. I And I 7. License To Kill 8. A Hard Rain's A-Gonna Fall (acoustic) 9. Tangled Up In Blue (acoustic) 10. It's Alright, Ma (I'm Only Bleeding) (acoustic) 11. Simple Twist Of Fate 12. Masters Of War 13. Ballad Of A Thin Man 14. Enough Is Enough Disc 2 1. Every Grain Of Sand 2. Like A Rolling Stone 3. Mr. Tambourine Man (acoustic) 4. It Ain't Me, Babe (acoustic) 5. The Times They Are A-Changin' 6. It's All Over Now, Baby Blue 7. Leopard-Skin Pill-Box Hat 8. Tombstone Blues 9. Blowin' In The Wind 10. Knockin' On Heaven's Door
Bob Dylan & Tom Petty - "Dueling Banjos," Entertainment Center, Sydney, Australia, Feb. 24-25, 1986, SBD
Bob Dylan & Tom Petty Dueling Banjos Westwood One broadcast disc CDA>WAVELAB>FLAC Positively Fourth Street All Along The Watchtower* Masters Of War I'll Remember You I Forgot More Than You'll Ever Know Bye Bye Johnny [Petty] Breakdown [Petty] Just Like A Woman Blowin' In The Wind That Lucky Old Sun So You Want To Be A R-n-R Star [Petty] Spike [Petty] Like A Rolling Stone Knockin' On Heaven's Door Review: This is as good a quality as live concerts get. As it was mastered directly from a W estwood One CD for broadcast, the quality is utter perfection. The band (Tom Petty's Heartbreakers) are polished to brilliance. Dylan's vocals are up front and right in your face. His delivery is flawless on every song. This show is truly a must-have. The only flaws in this incredible CD is in packaging. To start with, the title 'Due ling' itself is misspelled. The date and venue listed on the back cover and on the C D is wrong. The photo and aesthetics are weak. There have been other releases of thi s compilation, but for some reason, most have problems with packaging. Information: Source / Venue: Westwood One Superstars In Concert Radio disc released to air: August 30, 1986 The songs are edited from the two shows at the Entertainment Centre, Sydney, Austral ia; February 24-25, 1986 except *Tacoma, Washington USA; July 31, 1986 Manufacturer / Catalog No. Papillon / 016 Released: 1991 Quality: 10 stars http://www.bobsboots.com/CDs/cd-d32.html
Bob Dylan & Tom Petty, "True Confessions for Carol," Sydney, Australia, Feb. 24, 1986
Bob Dylan & Tom Petty True Confessions For Carol Sydney, February 24, 1986 CDA>WAVELAB>FLAC Disc one Justine (Don Harris/Dewy Terry) Positively 4th Street Clean Cut Kid I'll Remember You Trust Yourself That Lucky Old Sun (Gillespie/ Smith) Masters of War Bye Bye Johnny [Petty] Straight Into Darkness (Listed as Breakdown)[Petty] Hard Rain (acoustic - Dylan solo) Girl Of the North Country (acoustic - Dylan solo) It's Alright, Ma (acoustic - Dylan solo) I Forgot More Than You'll Ever Know (Null) Just Like a Woman I'm Moving On (Hank Snow) Lenny Bruce Disc two When the Night Comes Falling From the Sky Lonesome Town Ballad of a Thin Man Rock-n-Roll Star [Petty] Refugee [Petty] Rainy Day Women Seeing the Real You at Last Across the Borderline (Cooder/Hiatt) I and I Like a Rolling Stone In the Garden Blowin' in the Wind Uranium Rock (Warren Smith) Knockin' On Heaven's Door Review: This set has been previously released as Lonesome Town on the Japanese Watchtower lab el. However, Rattlesnake has corrected the problems that were evident on that release . The sound is more upfront and dynamic, and the mix (which was at times muddy, with distant vocals on Lonesome Town) is now perfect. To my ears, the tape speed problems are also absent. It's a full step up in quality from an already fine soundboard to an astounding one. It's a great performance, with Dylan rocking and rolling throughout. The vocals are powerful and commanding on every song. He's even quite talkative betw een numbers! The packaging is superlative (even for Rattlesnake) It's beautifully des igned, and full of wonderful photos. The only gripe would be that the source is incor ectly attributed to Adeladeon the back cover*. This is a must have disc, and comes very highly recommended.
Bob Dylan & Tom Petty - Saratoga Springs, NY, Jul. 13, 1986
Bob Dylan Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers The Queens of Rhythm Saratoga Performing Arts Center Saratoga Springs, New York 13 July 1986 CDA>WAVELAB>FLAC Disc 1 Unchain My Heart (James Freddy/Agnes Jones) Positively 4th Street Clean Cut Kid I'll Remember You Shot Of Love We Had It All (Donny Fritts-Troy Seals) Masters Of War Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers: Straight Into Darkness (Tom Petty) Think About Me (Tom Petty) The Waiting (Tom Petty) Breakdown (Tom Petty) Mr. Tambourine Man To Ramona One Too Many Mornings I Forgot More Than You'll Ever Know (Cecil A. Null) Union Sundown Disc 2 When The Night Comes Falling From The Sky Lonesome Town (Baker Knight) Ballad Of A Thin Man Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers: Even The Losers (Tom Petty) Spike (Tom Petty) Don't Do Me Like That (Tom Petty) Refugee (Tom Petty & Mike Campbell) Rainy Day Women # 12 & 35 Seeing The Real You At Last Disc 3 Across The Borderline (Ry Cooder/John Hiatt/Jim Dickinson) I And I Like A Rolling Stone Like a Rolling Stone Cont*** In The Garden Blowin' In The Wind House Of The Risin' Sun (trad.) Knockin' On Heaven's Door *** track is cut into two tracks Concert #25 of the 1986 True Confessions US Tour. Concert #44 with Tom Petty & The Heartbreaker s. 1986 concert #44. Bob Dylan (vocal & guitar) with Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers. Tom Petty (guitar), Mike Campbell (guitar), Benmont Tench (keyboards), Howie Epstein (bass), St an Lynch (drums) and with The Queens Of Rhythm: Carolyn Dennis, Queen Esther Marrow, Madelyn Quebec, Louise Beth une (backing vocals). 8-10 Bob Dylan solo (vocal & guitar). 8, 9, 10, 24 Bob Dylan (harmonica). 11, 22, 24 Bob Dylan and Tom Petty (shared vocals). 16 Howie Epstein (slide guitar), Tom Petty (bass). Note. The Queens Of Rhythm repeat the line <93>sees my face and lives<94> no less than 56 times at the end of I And I! BobTalk All right. You and me, we had it all. I sung that song for all the people out there who have ha d their hearts broken just, at least once. This one<92>s is for them, too. All right now. Ricky Nelson, he did a lot of my songs, I'm gonna do one of his. This is called Lonesome Town. All right now, I know there's many out there wondering just who the Heartbreakers are. I'm gonn a tell you right now. On the keyboards, Benmont Tench. All right, on lead guitar, Michael Campb ell. On the drums, Stan Lynch. On the bass guitar, Howie Epstein. I especially wanna thank Mr. Tom Petty himself on rhythm guitar and vocals. Then of course I have my own Heartbreakers. I co uld never get on this far without my own Heartbreakers. That's Louise Bethune and Madelyn Queb ec. Carolyn Dennis and Queen Esther Marrow. (before Like A Rolling Stone) Bootlegs Saratoga. Southern LP. There Is A Place Of Broken Dreams. Flashback 0255 3CD. 5 new songs (20%) compared to previous concert. 2 new songs for this tour. Stereo PA recording, 160 minutes.
Bob Dylan - Tacoma Dome, Tacoma, WA, SBD
Bob Dylan Tacoma Dome Tacoma, Washington July 31 1986 Soundboard CDA WAVELAB FLAC * offically tracks removed 1. So Long, Good Luck And Goodbye (Weldon Rogers) 2. All Along The Watchtower-removed offically released 3. Clean Cut Kid 4. I'll Remember You 5. Shot Of Love 6. We Had It All (Donny Fritts-Troy Seals) 7. Masters Of War 8. It Ain't Me, Babe- removed offically released 9. One Too Many Mornings 10. Mr. Tambourine Man 11. I Forgot More Than You'll Ever Know (Cecil A. Null) 12. Band Of The Hand 13. When The Night Comes Falling From The Sky 14. Lonesome Town (Baker Knight) 15. Ballad Of A Thin Man 16. Rainy Day Women # 12 & 35 17. Seeing The Real You At Last 18. Across The Borderline (Ry Cooder/John Hiatt/Jim Dickinson) 19. Gotta Serve Somebody-missing 20. I And I-missing 21. Like A Rolling Stone 22. In The Garden 23. Blowin' In The Wind 24. Bye Bye Johnny (Chuck Berry) 25. Knockin' On Heaven's Door Concert #37 of the 1986 True Confessions US Tour. Concert #56 with Tom Petty & The Heartbr eakers. 1986 concert #56. Bob Dylan (vocal & guitar) with Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers. Tom Petty (guitar), Mike Campbell (guitar), Benmont Tench (keyboards), Howie Epstein (bass ), Stan Lynch (drums) and with The Queens Of Rhythm: Carolyn Dennis, Queen Esther Marrow, Madelyn Quebec, Louise Bethune (backing vocals). 8-10 Bob Dylan solo (vocal & guitar). 8, 9, 10, 25 Bob Dylan (harmonica). 11, 23, 25 Bob Dylan and Tom Petty (shared vocals). 16 Howie Epstein (slide guitar), Tom Petty (bass). 24 Tom Petty (vocal). Notes
3 partly broadcast by Channel 4, Seattle, Washington, 1 August 1986. Live debut of Bye Bye Johnny. BobTalk All right, Tom and I are gonna sing an old song for you now. The kind they don't write any more. You know they don't write these kind of songs no more. Get a petition to somebody. A nybody out there running for office? Oh yeah. We got somebody out there running for office . Good luck! (before I Forgot More Than You'll Ever Know) OK now, throughout the years Ricky Nelson he did a lot of my songs and I admired him a who le lot. I'm gonna do one of his songs, it<92>s called Lonesome Town. Where do you wanna be? You wanna be there? You just be right there. We'll be right there. I wish she could be right there. No, she could be right there. That's where she's gonna be . OK, now we wanna introduce Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers. On the keyboards, Benmont Te nch. Or should I say Benmont Tench on the keyboards. He-he. All right, playing lead guitar , Mike Campbell. On the bass guitar, Howie Epstein. One of the finest drummers in all of t he United States, Stan Lynch. I especially wanna thank Mr. Tom Petty himself. A real gentl eman, he should be around a long while. All right, now I also have my own Heartbreakers, y eah. You all can come down too if you want. That's Louise Bethune and Carolyn Dennis. Made lyn Quebec and Queen Esther Marrow. All right. (before Like A Rolling Stone) All right, thank you. Thank you very much. OK. I wanna do this last song for you. I wanna dedicate this song to all the people in prison for doing good things. Lot's of people are in prison for doing bad things. Robbing from the poor, stealing from the sick and murderin g the lame. It's a lot of people in prison for those things. But there<92>s also people ar e in prison for doing good things like feeding the hungry and taking care of the sick. (be fore In The Garden) Bootleg Take A Train. Archive Series LP. Official releases 2 released on SUPERSTAR CONCERT SERIES, Westwood One, SS86-21 (Radio Station Discs), 30 Au gust 1986. 2, 8 and a fragment of 1 released on SUPERSTAR CONCERT SERIES, Westwood One, (Radio Statio n Discs), February 1987 in countries outside North America. 6 new songs (24%) compared to previous concert. 2 new songs for this tour.
Bob Dylan - Austin, Texas, Oct. 26, 1996
BOB DYLAN -- AUSTIN, TEXAS, OCTOBER 26, 1996 with Charlie Sexton as guest guitar player on last six songs D1-T9 - 68:20 D2-T6 - 54:14 trade cdrs > eac > hdd > wavtrim > flac > dime > you Excellent sound, crisp vocals and clear sounding band; nice separation and funky bala nce. First Man of Peace since 1991. Rare Where Teardrops Fall immediately follows. Charlie Sexton joins the band for the last six songs in his hometown of Austin. Setlist: 1. Crash On The Levee (Down In The Flood) 2. If Not For You 3. All Along The Watchtower 4. Jokerman 5. I'll Be Your Baby Tonight 6. Silvio 7. Mr Tambourine Man 8. Master of War 9. It's All Over Now, Baby Blue (acoustic) 1. Man Of Peace (CS) 2. Where Teardrops Fall (CS) 3. Maggie's Farm (CS) (encore) 4. Like A Rolling Stone (CS) 5. It Ain't Me, Babe 6. Rainy Day Women #12 & 35 (CS)
Bob Dylan - "May Your Song Always Be Sung," Vorst National, Brussels, Belgium, Jun. 17, 1998, LB
Bob Dylan And His Band May Your Song Always Be Sung Manufacturer / Catalog No. Dandelion 046/047 Vorst Nationaal, Brussels, Belgium June 17, 1998 Tracks: Disc one Leopard-Skin PillBox Hat License To Kill Cold Irons Bound Tears Of Rage Silvio Mama You Been On My Mind Ballad Of Hollis Brown Mr Tambourine Man Tangled Up In Blue Disc two Make You Feel My Love Can't Wait I Don't Believe You Highway 61 Revisited Forever Young Love Sick Rainy Day Women #12 & 35 Blowin' In The Wind Say's Bob's Boots: Review: Another great quality Dandelion package. The aesthetics and photos are beautiful. The sound quality is great. Very nice overall mix. The performance is heart-stopping inc redible, and the chosen material... take another look at the songs... Fantastic! Say's Monica's Dude: DEEP: Excellent show, just shy of excellent quality - nice balance and separation, a clear distinct mix with Bob's vocals riding nicely above the fray. The performances a re terrific. Setlist is quite the doozy, too. Nice package with color pics from the s how.
Bob Dylan - Acoustic Troubadour
Bob Dylan Acoustic Troubadour source: Carnegie Chapter Hall et al -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Tracks: Pretty Peggy-O (Trad arr Dylan) In The Pines (Leadbelly) Gospel Plow (Trad) 1913 Massacre (Woody Guthrie) Backwater Blues (Bessie Smith) Young But Daily Growin' (Trad) Fixin' To Die (White) Love Minus Zero* Hard Rain's A-Gonna Fall* Idiot Wind** Lily Rosemary And The Jack Of Hearts** Source / Venue: Carnegie Chapter Hall, NY 11/ 4/61 * Bangladesh Concert MSG, NY Aug. 1, 1971 (afternoon) **Original Blood On The Tracks test pressing Review: A great example of the early coffee house shows before Bob was picked up by CBS Rec ords can be heard in the Chapter Hall concert. He was, of course, newly signed at t his point, but was still doing the coffee house type show. He jokes and interacts w ith the small crowd, and sings his young heart out. Two songs of particular interes t are Woody Guthrie's 1913 Massacre, (Bob stole this tune for his own 'Song to Wood y') and Bukka White's 'Fixin' to Die'. This version is much the same as it would ap pear on the first album, as it would be only two weeks before the recording would b e done. Although the show is a line recording directly from the soundboard, the ear ly 1960's technology is evident in the sometimes muffled sound. * Tracks are from a Phil Spector radio interview about the show. ** Tracks are from acetate (a couple 'vinyl pop' type noises), but great quality. The cover mistakenly lists 'Idiot wind' as 'If you see her, say hello' http://www.bobsboots.com/CDs/cd-a10.html
Bob Dylan - BBC in Concert 1965
BOB DYLAN - BBC In Concert 1965. This is a major upgrade to any recording circulating earlier. If you're a big Dy lan collector, you might have downloaded this already last fall, when it first appe ared on the Brand X torrent tracker (you know, that really big one). If you got tha t version, this is the same thing. But I'm posting it again here for those who may have missed it. If you like acoustic Dylan, I highly recommend this. This is among his last full-acoustic performances before he "went electric" later in 1965. Althou gh the sound is excellent, it's not perfect. There is some fairly minor distortion on some songs. But this is a true line recording -- all earlier tapes originated fr om a recording made by holding a microphone in front of a TV speaker. If you have t he "At the Beeb" boot on the Main Stream label, that one's quite good, but this one is better. Full artwork scans are included. They feature photos of Dylan at this TV filming , on June 1, 1965. I took the following information from the original torrent posted elsewhere. Tha nks very much to the person who did the work on this and made it available. Enjoy, Clyde the Camel Bob Dylan BBC Studios London Recorded on June 1, 1965, for later BBC television broadcasts. First show 1 Ballad Of Hollis Brown 2 Mr Tambourine Man 3 Gates Of Eden 4 If You Gotta Go, Go Now 5 Lonesome Death Of Hattie Carroll 6 It Ain't Me Babe Second show 7 Love Minus Zero/No Limit 8 One Too Many Mornings 9 Boots Of Spanish Leather 10 It's Alright Ma (I'm Only Bleeding) 11 She Belongs to Me 12 It's All Over Now, Baby Blue Tracks 1-6: First show, broadcast June 19, 1965 Tracks 7-12: Second show, broadcast June 26, 1965 (The broadcast dates on the artwork are reversed) Recorded from TV broadcasts in Hull, Yorkshire, U.K., using a KB domestic 1/4-inch recorder with a BSR tape deck, running at a speed of 3.75 ips via a line connection to a Rediffusion wired system junction box. The recording is in mono. Transferred from original master tape to miniDisc, then to CDR. This tape, while in great quality, came in the wrong speed and needed some work bef ore it was listenable. Volume, speed and pitch corrected in London on Sept. 10- 12, 2005, using CoolEdit P ro 2.0. Some additional remastering, including fade-in and fade-outs at start and end of the disc, were don e. Noise or hiss reduction has not been performed, in order to best preserve the at mosphere and feel of the original tape, which this can sometimes take away. The video portions of these TV broadcasts are not known to have survived.
Bob Dylan - Rundown Rehearsal Tapes, 1978
Bob Dylan - "Rundown Rehearsal Tapes" Label: White Bear (GDD 009/010/011/012) Released: May 2002 Pressed Bootleg CD > EAC > SHN source: Rundown Recordings from 1978 From: http://www.bobsboots.com/CDs/cd-r32.html Disc 1: Like A Rolling Stone *(1) 01. It's All Over Now Baby Blue (1) 02. It's All Over Now Baby Blue (2) 03. Blowin In The Wind 04. Maggie's Farm 05. Like A Rolling Stone (2) 06. The Man In Me 07. To Ramona 08. Most Likely You Go Your Way 09. Simple Twist Of Fate 10. Leopard Skin Pill Box Hat 11. If Not For You 12. I Threw It All Away 13. I'll Be Your Baby Tonight 14. Going Going Gone 15. You're Gonna Make Me Lonesome 16. Simple Twist Of Fate 17. My Babe* 18. Like A Rolling Stone (3)* Disc 2: 01. Just Like A Woman (1)* 02. Just Like A Woman (2)* 03. Blowin' In The Wind (1) 04. Blowin' In The Wind (2) 05. I'll Be Your Baby Tonight * 06. The Man In Me * 07. You're A Big Girl Now * 08. Don't Think Twice * 09. I Threw It All Away * 10. Love Minus Zero * 11. Maggie's Farm * 12. Ballad Of A Thin Man 13. Simple Twist Of Fate * 14. To Ramona * 15. If You See Her Say Hello * Disc 3: 01. I Don't Believe You 02. Going Going Gone * 03. I'll Be Your Baby Tonight 04. The Times 05. If You See Her Say Hello 06. The Man In Me 07. I Don't Believe You 08. Tomorrow Is A Long Time 09. You're A Big Girl Now 10. Knockin' On Heavens Door 11. It's Alright Ma 12. Forever Young 13. Repossession Blues 14. One Of Us Must Know 15. Girl Of The North Country Disc 4: 01. We'd Better Talk This Over 02. Coming From The Heart 03. I Threw It All Away 04. Maggie's Farm 05. Ballad Of A Thin Man 06. Simple Twist Of Fate 07. To Ramona 08. If You See Her Say Hello 09. I Don't Believe You 10. Love Minus Zero 11. Stop Now (1) 12. Stop Now (2) 13. Coming From The Heart (2) 14. Am I Your Stepchild? 15. Do Right To Me Baby 16. Coming From The Heart (3) _________________________________________________________________________________ Information: Disc 1: Track # 1: January 1978 02 - 14: December 30, 1977 15 - 17: Early January 1978 18 - 19 : January 1978 Disc 2: January 1978 Disc 3: 1-2: January 1978 3-12: January 30, 1978 13-15: February 1, 1978 Disc 4: 1-10: April 1978 11: June 8, 1978 12: May 2, 1978 13: May 1, 1978 Disc 4 Bonus live tracks: 14: Oakland, November 13, 1978 15: Miami, December 16, 1978 16: St.Paul, MN, October 31 Edited From Sleeve Venue Info: The first CD opens with an arrangement of Like A Rolling Stone that's quite differe nt from the one utilized on the tour itself, before introducing a first ever CD tra nsfer of the complete December 30th 1977 tape. This particular rehearsal comes at a time when the touring band was still in a state of flux, with Denny Siewell on dr ums, Jesse Ed Davis on guitar and Katie Segal and Debbie Dye Gibson on backing voca ls. It also features Dylan figuring out a piano arrangement of It's all over now b aby blue, as well as versions of three songs that failed to appear on the tour; Mos t likely you go your way, Leopard skin pill box hat and If not for you. Though thi s is a first generation digital transfer of the cassette master, this is one record ing not from the mixing console, but recorded by one of the musicians with a boom b ox. (hence the slightly recessed vocals). However, it remains a fascinating insigh t into the embryonic stage of rehearsals at this point. Tracks 15-17 on the first CD gain come from a first-gen digital transfer of a tape that has generally only circulated in mediocre quality, from high generational reco rdings. This session featured a different drummer, (Bruce Gary), as well as a uniq ue 1978 arrangement of the Blood On The Tracks classic You're Gonna Make Me Lonesom e When You Go. Finally, the CD concludes with a teaser of the goodies to be found on CD2... a previously uncirculated take of the old blues standard My Babe. The second CD continues in the same vein, and features a full disc worth of uncircu lated gems (save for versions of Blowin In The Wind and Ballad Of A Thin Man previ ewed on the legendary Genuine Bootleg Series: Third One Now set. Every song is pre sented complete, with false starts kept to a minimum, and a number of outstanding a rrangements from the early 1978 shows are first realized here (notably I Threw It A ll Away, The Man In Me and If You See Her Say Hello. The latter is a magnificent a rrangement that, thankfully, is represented in three separate guises on this collec tion (given the paucity of actual live performances)... it never made it past the f irst four gigs!!). These recordings feature the backing vocalists Helena Springs an d Jo Ann Harris, although the drummer(s) is unknown. The third CD concludes these new recordings with fully realized versions of I Don't Believe You and Going Going Gone. These are followed by what many Dylan fans choo se as their favorite Dylan rehearsal recording, bar none... the January 30th 1978 t ape. Again, it has been transferred from the master cassette direct to DAT. It has never before sounded this good! Continuing with some important arrangements discar ded early in the tour; Tomorrow Is A Long Time, and Knockin' On Heavens Door receiv e their definitive renditions. A lovely play-through experience which concludes, f ittingly, with a new transfer from a first generation cassette of the equally renow ned three song tape from two days later that Dylan personally gave to a reporter wh o was interviewing him for a cover story on Renaldo and Clara. The February 1st ren dition of Repossession Blues is another holy grail recording for the bobcat fratern ity, here transferred in all of its' pre-Dolby, original, expansive glory. The fourth CD jumps ahead to the end of the first leg of the tour, and the recruitm ent of a new bass player/ bandleader, Jerry Scheff. (of Elvis Presley fame). Sche ff replaces a disenchanted Rob Stoner. This so called Scheff Audition tape appears here in a new transfer from a first generation cassette, and features two new Dyla n compositions in incomplete but fascinating versions. We'd Better Talk This Over will appear in a matter of days at the Street Legal sessions, but with some subtle lyric changes. Coming From The Heart will have no such luck, despite being the best of the songs co-written with backing singer Helena Springs. However, just to show the song in all of its stages and splendor, at the end of the audition tape is a complete recording from t he Rundown made immediately after the Street Legal sessions. Along side it are two distinctly different recordings of the Dylan-Springs unreleased original Stop Now. The Bonus Tracks rounding out this overview of the Alimony Tour Rehearsals are thre e notable forms of Dylan originals debuted on the American leg of the tour. Do Righ t To Me Baby and Coming From The Heart are one-off 1978 debuts. Do Right, would of course, would be the first public performance of a Slow Train song. Finally, ther e is a soundboard recording of Am I Your Stepchild? from the Oakland show. This pa rticular performance, which is quite different from the version on Genuine Bootleg Series Vol.1, was apparently used for copyright. So there you have it. Songs and arrangements are raw and reborn from one of Dylan's most overlooked years -- when h e played to something close to 3 million people in a single year, and wowed just ab out every one of them. Oh..., and then found Christ....
Bob Dylan - Seven Years of Bad Luck: Various 60s Rarities
Bob Dylan Seven Years of Bad Luck source: various '60s rarities -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Tracks: Freewheelin' sessions: Hero Blues Whatcha Gonna Do Oxford Town I Shall Be Free (Take 1) I Shall Be Free (Take 2) I Shall Be Free (Take 3) I Shall Be Free (Take 4&5) Hero Blues You've Been Hiding Too Long (1) You Don't Have to Do That (2) Hotel Tape: Van Gogh (Version 1) Van Gogh (Version 2) Just Like A Woman CBS studio 1969: Gates Of Eden I Threw It All Away I Don't Believe You Telephone Wire (Las Vegas Blues) Honey Just Allow Me One More Chance -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Review: 2001 Craig Pinkerton Bobsboots.com An incredible 1993 release from Spank, that includes beautiful photographs, great a esthetics, and an hour of rare tracks in excellent overall sound quality. The Freew heelin' sessions are a perfect 10, coming right off of the mixing console. The qual ity is good enough to release as official tracks, but the performances are flawed b y a botched word, timing, or something similar that left them behind in the vaults. The quality slips to a 7 for (1) and (2), but the powerful and controversial You'v e Been Hiding is mesmerizing none the less. The quality of the Hotel tape slips eve n farther to a 5, a 4, and finally to a 3 on Just Like A Woman; and is included onl y because of its rarity. The 1969 studio outtakes zoom right back to a 9, giving th is disc a wide range of sound qualities. Freewheelin' Bob Dylan sessions 1962 (1) Town Hall, NYC April 12, 1963 (2) CBS Studio A, NYC, BIABH outtake Jan. 13-15, 1965 Hotel Tape, Denver, CO , 1966 CBS studio May-June 1969 2001 http://www.bobsboots.com/CDs/cd-s22.html
Bob Dylan - Acoustic Openers 1999-2002
Bob Dylan's Acoustic Openers A compilation of Bob's acoustic openers from 1999-2002 (Froggie Records - 1 CD) Beginning in the last century, Bob Dylan used to play an acoustic guitar during part of his shows. From June 1999 onwards, Dylan's concerts began with an acoustic cover song. These tunes were mostly upbeat songs that gotta serve a number of purposes - get the vocal pipes ready for the magnificent show to follow - build up the audiences' anticipation for what is to come - start the show off with a rare (according to casual fans!) song that will keep them in suspense of what is to come. These tunes have proved that Bob Dylan is still capable of pulling off a powerful, catchy melody that has covered themes from God to Murder - a similar concept to the albums that Johnny Cash released shortly thereafter. Despite the joyous or morbid themes that these songs bring out, they always inspire you to tap your feet. So, Hallelujah !, He's Ready To Go ! 01 You're Gonna Quit Me Baby (Mance Lipscomb) - Oporto, Portugal 08 04 99 02 Friend of the Devil (Jerry Garcia/Robert Hunter/John Dawson) - Denver CO 05 06 99 03 Cocaine Blues (Trad.) - New York City 27 07 99 04 Somebody Touched Me (Trad.) - George WA 17 06 00 05 Hallelujah I'm Ready To Go (Trad.) - Portland OR 12 06 99 06 I Am The Man Thomas (Ralph Stanley/Larry Sparks) - Milwaukee WI 30 10 99 07 Duncan and Brady (Trad. arr Van Ronk) - Durham NH 17 11 99 08 Roving Gambler (Trad.) - Anaheim CA 10 03 00 09 Oh Babe It Ain't No Lie (Elizabeth Cotton) - Stirling Castle, Scotland 13 07 01 10 Humming Bird (Johnnie Wright, Jim Anglin & Jack Anglin) - Anzio, Italy 24 07 01 11 Wait for the Light to Shine (Fred Rose) - Sacramento CA 10 10 01 12 Lanegan's Ball (Trad.) (Irish Jig instrumental) - Hannover, Germany 13 04 02 13 Humming Bird (instrumental) - Milan, Italy 20 04 02 14 Maggie's Farm (Bob Dylan) - Manchester, England 09 05 02 15 A Voice From on High (Bill Monroe/Bessie Lee Mauldin) - Fargo, North Dakota 23 08 02 - bonus tracks - 16 Hallelujah I'm Ready To Go - Horsens, Denmark 21 05 00 17 Hard Times (Stephen Foster) - Huntsville AL 19 04 93 18 Hallelujah I'm Ready To Go - Stanley Brothers 19 I Am The Man Thomas - Stanley Brothers 20 Somebody Touched Me - Stanley Brothers 21 Roving Gambler - Ramblin' Jack Elliot 22 Oh Babe It Ain't No Lie - Elizabeth 'Libba' Cotten 23 Wait for the Light to Shine - Hank Williams 24 Duncan and Brady - Wilmer Watts (1929) Bob Dylan - vocals, acoustic guitar & harmonica Larry Campbell - acoustic guitar 1 2 6 7 8 9 13 / mandolin & cittern 4 5 11 12 14 15 16 / slide guitar 3 / backing vocals Charlie Sexton - acoustic guitar 2-13, 15 & 16 / electric guitar 14 / backing vocals Bucky Baxter - acoustic guitar 1 / accordion 17 John Jackson - acoustic guitar 17 Tony Garnier - bass 1-17 Dacid Kemper - drums 1-11 & 16 Jim Keltner - drums 13 & 14 George Receli - drums 12 & 15 Winston Watson - drums 17 Note - 13 Humming Bird (instrumental) - Milan 20 04 02. ' Someone threw a lighted cigarette at Bob as he walked out on stage at the beginning of the show. Bob was visibly upset and had the house lights turned on. Larry and Charlie hummed at the start of the first song but Bob refused to sing, surprising even the band. Throughout the show Bob stood close to the drums and Tony's position rather than at the front of the stage. The house lights remained on the entire show.' (Olof Bjorner)
Bob Dylan & the Dead - Complete Interaction: Summer 2003 Compilation
"The Complete Interaction" Dylan & The Dead - Summer 2003 Compilation (8 dates on The Dead's "Summer Getaway 2003 Tour"). 4 CD The compiler of this set is not known to me but they seem to have researched this from the best quality recordings available (see source list below). Also, it is a very complete collection in that it includes all the songs performed by Dylan & the Dead together as well as those where individual members guested on Dylan's sets.- stewART, June 2006 Received as audio CDs from voidofform > FLAC > BitTorrent Disc 1 Sunrise , FL 2003-07-29 01. Alabama Getaway [05:44.761] 02. It's All Over Now, Baby Blue [06:39.574] 03. West LA Fadeaway [08:27.721] Tampa , FL 2003-07-30 04. Friend Of The Devil [02:03.081] 05. Black Bird [03:18.441] 06. Friend Of The Devil [05:14.001] 07. Gotta Serve Somebody [07:19.494] 08. Like A Rolling Stone [07:36.841] Atlanta , GA 2003-07-31 09. Big River [06:32.641] 10. West LA Fadeaway [08:31.147] 11. Alabama Getaway [05:06.827] Total time: [66:34.521] Disc 2 Joliet, IL 2003-08-02 01. Goin' Down The Road Feelin' Bad [08:04.414] 02. Se
or (Tales Of Yankee Power) [07:38.654] 03. Around and Around [07:28.974] Somerset , WI 2003-08-03 04. Big River [05:56.827] 05. Desolation Row [10:00.214] 06. Johnny B. Goode [05:36.321] Noblesville , IN 2003-08-05 07. Good Mornin' Little Schoolgirl [06:35.081] 08. Ballad Of A Thin Man [07:20.214] 09. Oh, Boy [04:19.094] Total time: [62:59.787] Disc 3 Columbus, OH 2003-08-06 01. Big Boss Man [07:57.894] 02. Subterranean Homesick Blues [06:20.467] 03. You Win Again [05:54.654] Darien Center, NY 2003-08-08 04. Tangled Up In Blue [09:20.507] 05. It Takes A Lot To Laugh, It Takes A Train To Cry [06:58.227] 06. West LA Fadeaway [09:38.001] 07. Alabama Getaway [07:05.481] Total time: [53:15.227] Disc 4 Noblesville , IN 2003-08-05 01. Tears Of Rage [09:17.134] 02. Rainy Day Women #12 & 35 [09:16.187] Columbus, OH 2003-08-06 03. Tears Of Rage [09:18.521] Darien Center, NY 2003-08-08 04. Highway 61 Revisited [07:33.294] 05. Positively 4th Street [08:21.534] 06. Honest With Me [06:22.894] 07. Band Intros [00:45.841] 08. Summer Days [09:01.801] 09. Rainy Day Women #12 & 35 [06:32.974] Total time: [66:30.174] d1t01-03 - The Dead with Bob Dylan on piano & vocals - Sunrise , FL 2003-07-29 d1t04-05 - The Dead (Dylan not ready yet) - Tampa , FL 2003-07-30 d1t06-08 - The Dead with Bob Dylan on piano & vocals - Tampa , FL 2003-07-30 d1t09-11 - The Dead with Bob Dylan on piano & vocals - Atlanta , GA 2003-07-31 d2t01-03 - The Dead with Bob Dylan on piano & vocals - Joliet, IL 2003-08-02 d2t04-06 - The Dead with Bob Dylan on piano & vocals - Somerset , WI 2003-08-03 d2t07-09 - The Dead with Bob Dylan on piano & vocals - Noblesville , IN 2003-08-05 d3t01-03 - The Dead with Bob Dylan on piano & vocals - Columbus, OH 2003-08-06 d3t04 - The Dead with Bob Dylan on piano & vocals - Darien Center, NY 2003-08-08 d3t05 - The Dead with Bob Dylan on electric guitar & vocals - Darien Center, NY 2003- 08-08 d3t06 - The Dead with Bob Dylan on piano & vocals - Darien Center, NY 2003-08-08 d3t07 - The Dead with Bob Dylan on electric guitar & vocals - Darien Center, NY 2003- 08-08 d4t01 - Bob Dylan and His Band with Joan Osborne on vocals - Noblesville , IN 2003- 08-05 d4t02 - Bob Dylan and His Band with Phil Lesh on Bass and Mickey Hart on Tambourine - Noblesville , IN 2003-08-05 d4t03 - Bob Dylan and His Band with Joan Osborne on vocals - Columbus, OH 2003-08- 06 d4t04-09 - Bob Dylan and His Band with Bob Weir on electric guitar - Darien Center, NY 2003-08-08 Bob Dylan and His Band - Bob Dylan (vocal, piano, guitar & harmonica ), Freddie Koella (guitar), Larry Campbell (guitar, mandolin, pedal steel guitar & electric slide guitar), Tony Garnier (bass), George Receli (drums & percussion). The Dead: - Bob Weir (vocal, guitar), Phil Lesh (vocal, bass), Joan Osbourne (vocals) Jimmy Herring (guitar), Jeff Chimenti (keyboards), Rob Barraco (keyboards),Mickey Hart (drums), Bill Kreutzmann (drums). Recording sources : d1t01-11 - B&K 4023's > Sonosax > Apogee Mini-me > Sony Vaio/Soundforge 6 d2t01-03 - 3 Nak cm300's (all x-y with 2 cp4 guns and 1 cp3 super omni)> Tascam Porta 1 mixing board/mic preamp > DAT d2t04-06 - B&K 4023's > Sonosax > Apogee Mini-me > Sony Vaio/Soundforge 6 d2t07-09 - AKG 391's > Denecke AD-20 > Sony M1 d3t01-03 - Neuman KM140's > Lunatec V3 > AD2K > Sony D8 d3t04-07 - AT 853's > Soundpros SPSB-1 > Denecke AD-20 > Sony D8 d4t01-03 - AT 853's > Soundpros SPSB-1 > Denecke AD-20 > Sony D8 d4t04-09 - B&K 4023's > Sonosax > Apogee Mini-me > Sony Vaio/Soundforge 6
Bob Dylan - 1965 Revisited
Bob Dylan 1965 Revisited Exhaustive 1965 collection 14 Discs -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Disc one I'll Keep It With Mine #1 It's All Over Now Baby Blue #1 Subterranean Homesick Blues #1 Farewell Angelina You Don't Have To Do That She Belongs To Me #1 Love Minus Zero #1 If You Gotta Go, Go Now #1 If You Gotta Go, Go Now #1 If You Gotta Go, Go Now #2 If You Gotta Go, Go Now #2 I'll Keep It With Mine (inst..) #2 Les Crane Show: It's All Over Now Baby Blue Interview It's Alright Ma (I'm Only Bleeding) Disc two To Ramona Gates Of Eden If You Gotta Go Go Now It's Alright Ma (I'm Only Bleeding) Love Minus Zero Mr Tambourine Man Don't Think Twice With God On Our Side (Incomplete) She Belongs To Me It Ain't Me, Babe (Incomplete) Lonesome Death Of Hattie Carroll (Incomplete) All I Really Want To Do It's All Over Now, Baby Blue Disc three The Times To Ramona Gates Of Eden If You Gotta Go, Go Now It's Alright Ma (I'm Only Bleeding) Love Minus Zero Interview snippets: London Airport April 26: Arrival area interview Conference room Press conference Oval City Hall, Sheffield April 30: Backstage After show London Savoy Hotel May 9: Horace Judson interview for Time magazine Oval City Hall, Sheffield April 30: The Times To Ramona De Montfort Hall, Leicester, May 2: Lonesome Death Of Hattie Carroll England hotel room, May 3 or 4: Lost Highway (Payne) I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry (Williams) Newcastle hotel room May 6: Little Things (piano) Newcastle City Hall May 6: Don't Think Twice Don't Think Twice Savoy Hotel, London, England May 8: It's All Over Now Baby Blue London Royal Albert Hall Backstage May 9: piano/harp jam tune Concert Medley: The Times Talkin' World War III Blues It's Alright Ma (I'm Only Bleeding) Gates Of Eden Love Minus Zero Levy's Recording Studio: All I Really Wanna Do Miami Sales Message If You Gotta Go, Go Now Disc four The Times To Ramona Gates Of Eden If You Gotta Go Go Now It's Alright Ma (I'm Only Bleeding) Love Minus Zero Mr Tambourine Man Talking World War III Blues Don't Think Twice With God On Our Side She Belongs To Me It Ain't Me, Babe Lonesome Death Of Hattie Carroll All I Really Want To Do It's All Over Now, Baby Blue Disc five The Times To Ramona Gates Of Eden If You Gotta Go Go Now It's Alright Ma (I'm Only Bleeding) Love Minus Zero Mr Tambourine Man Talking World War III Blues Don't Think Twice With God On Our Side She Belongs To Me It Ain't Me, Babe Lonesome Death Of Hattie Carroll All I Really Want To Do It's All Over Now, Baby Blue Disc six First show Ballad Of Hollis Brown Mr Tambourine Man Gates Of Eden If You Gotta Go, Go Now Lonesome Death Of Hattie Carroll It Ain't Me Babe Second show Love Minus Zero/No Limit One Too Many Mornings Boots Of Spanish Leather It's Alright Ma (I'm Only Bleeding) She Belongs To Me It's All Over Now, Baby Blue Disc seven Sitting On A Barbed Wire Fence #1 (mono) Sitting On A Barbed Wire Fence #1 (stereo) Sitting On A Barbed Wire Fence #2 (stereo) It Takes A Lot To Laugh #1 (mono) It Takes A Lot To Laugh #1 (stereo) It Takes A Lot To Laugh #2 (stereo) Like A Rolling Stone (stereo) Like A Rolling Stone (mono) Can You Please Crawl Out Your Window #1 Can You Please Crawl Out Your Window #2 Positively 4th Street (mono) It Takes A Lot To Laugh (mono) Tombstone Blues (mono) From A Buick 6 #1 (mono) From A Buick 6 #1 (stereo) From A Buick 6 #2 Disc eight Desolation Row #1 Queen Jane Approximately Highway 61 Revisited Ballad Of A Thin Man Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues Newport: All I Really Want To Do Maggie's Farm Like A Rolling Stone It Takes A Lot To Laugh It's All Over Now Baby Blue Mr. Tambourine Man Disc nine Intro She Belongs To Me To Ramona Gates Of Eden Love Minus Zero Desolation Row It's All Over Now, Baby Blue Mr. Tambourine Man Intermission comments Tombstone Blues I Don't Believe You From A Buick 6 Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues Disc ten Forest Hills: Maggie's Farm It Ain't Me Babe Ballad Of A Thin Man Like A Rolling Stone New York outtakes: Can You Please Crawl Out Your Window #3 Can You Please Crawl Out Your Window #4 (mono) Can You Please Crawl Out Your Window #4 (stereo) I Wanna Be Your Lover #1 I Wanna Be Your Lover #2 Jet Pilot Hollywood outtakes: Medicine Sunday Number One (Instrumental) Freeze Out Disc eleven Allen Stone interview Nat Hentoff interview (Part 1) Disc twelve Nat Hentoff interview (Part 2) Disc thirteen press conference Berkeley: Tombstone Blues I Don't Believe You Baby Let Me Follow You Down Disc fourteen Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues Long Distance Operator It Ain't Me Babe Ballad Of A Thin Man Positively Fourth Street Like A Rolling Stone Columbia press conference Review: This exhaustive Italian set of 14 discs in 9 separate jewel cases comes packed in a 12" x 12" b ox. Also included is a 12" x 12" ooklet packed full of rare photos, historical and venue inform ation. The best quality, essential listening material has been available before. The new to dis c recordings do not warrant the cost of the package to those who already have the bulk of the m aterial elsewhere. For those who can afford the hefty price tag, are wanting an incredible visu al package, or looking to step into 1965 material for the first time... this mouth watering tre at will be the jewel in your crown. Some of the material is less than desirable quality by toda y's standards, but the recordings here represent as good a quality as is known to exist on each recording Source / Venue: DISC ONE BIABH sessions, NY, January 13-15, 1965 except: Les Crane Show, NY February 17, 1965 Quality: 9 stars DISC TWO Civic Auditorium, Santa Monica, CA March 27, 1965 Quality: 6 stars DISC THREE Oval City Hall, Sheffield, England April 30, 1965 Quality: 4 stars Interview snippets (Don't Look Back soundtrack) Levy's Recording Studio, London, May 12, 1965 Quality: 8 stars DISC FOUR Free Trade Hall, Manchester, UK May 7, 1965 Quality: 10 stars Essential listening Also see "Now Ain't The Time" DISC FIVE Royal Albert Hall, London, England; May 9, 1965 Quality: 4 stars Only for the completist DISC SIX BBC TV Theatre, London, England; June 1, 1965 Quality: 6-7 stars Other commercial recordings of the Beeb At the Beeb The Circus is in Town BBC Broadcast (vinyl) DISC SEVEN Highway 61 Revisited sessions CBS Studio A, NY June 15 - July 31, 1965 Quality: 9-10 stars DISC EIGHT Highway 61 Revisited sessions, NY August 2, 1965 Newport Folk Festival, RI July 24-25, 1965 Quality: 8 stars DISC NINE Forest Hills Tennis stadium, Queens, NY; Aug. 28, 1965 Pt 1 Quality: 3 stars Only for the completist DISC TEN Forest Hills Tennis stadium, Queens, NY; Aug. 28, 1965 Pt 2 Blonde On Blonde outtakes, NY Oct. 20 Blonde On Blonde outtakes, CA Nov 30-Dec.1 Quality: 9 stars DISC ELEVEN Allen Stone interview, Detroit, MI; Oct. 24, 1965 Nat Hentoff's unpublished Playboy interview from CBS offices New York, NY Oct. or Nov. 1965 (pa rt 1) Quality: 8 stars DISC TWELVE Nat Hentoff's unpublished Playboy interview from CBS offices New York, NY Oct. or Nov. 1965 (pa rt 2) Quality: 8 stars DISC THIRTEEN KQED TV Studios Press Conference, San Francisco, CA; December 3, 1965 Quality: 7 stars Berkeley Community Theater, CA Dec. 4, 1965 (pt. 1) Quality: 3 stars Also see "Long Distance Operator" DISC FOURTEEN Berkeley Community Theater, CA Dec. 4, 1965 (pt. 2) Quality: 3 stars Also see "Long Distance Operator" Columbia press conference, LA, CA Dec. 17, 1965 Quality: 7 http://www.bobsboots.com/CDs/cd-1_01.html
Bob Dylan - 1974 Tour
Dylan - 1974/01/04, solo, Chicago
Date: 1/4/74 Performer: Bob Dylan Location: Chicago, IL Chicago Stadium Source/Quality/Length: AUD/VG-/85 Note: Dylan Only Song list: Hero Blues Lay Lady Lay Just Like Tom Thumbs Blues It Ain't Me Babe Tough Mama Ballad of Thin Man All Along Watchtower Leopard Skin Pill Box Hat Knockin on Heavens Door Times They are a Changin Love Minus Zero No Limit Lonesome Death of H. Carrol Nobody Cept You It's Alright Forever Young Something There Is About You Like a Rolling Stone Maggies Farm
Dylan - 1974/01/09, Toronto
Bob Dylan & The Band Maple Leaf Gardens Toronto, Ontario, Canada 1/9/74 Rainy Day Women # 12 & 35 Lay Lady Lay Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues It Ain't Me, Babe It Takes A Lot To Laugh, It Takes A Train To Cry Ballad Of A Thin Man Stagefreight + Dixie Down + ?? + ?? + I Shall be Released Cripple Creek All Along The Watchtower Ballad Of Hollis Brown Knockin' On Heaven's Door Just Like A Woman Girl From The North Country Wedding Song Nobody 'Cept You It's Alright, Ma (I'm Only Bleeding) Rag Mama Rag + When you Awake + ?? + The Weight + Forever Young Something There Is About You Like A Rolling Stone Most Likely You Go Your Way (And I'll Go Mine)
Dylan - 1974/02/14, afternoon, L.A., "Paint the Daytime Black"
Bob Dylan & The Band Paint the Daytime Black February 14 1974 Afternoon Inglewood Forum Soundboard CDA>WAVELAB>FLAC Disc one Lay Lady Lay Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues Rainy Day Women #12 & 35 It Ain't Me Babe Ballad Of A Thin Man* Stage Fright Night They Drove Old Dixie Down King Harvest When You Awake I Shall Be Released* Up On Cripple Creek All Along The Watchtower* Ballad Of Hollis Brown Knockin' On Heaven's Door She Belongs To Me It's All Over Now Baby Blue The Times Disc two Just Like A Woman It's Alright Ma (I'm Only Bleeding) Rag Mama Rag This Wheel's On Fire The Weight Forever Young Highway 61 Revisited Like A Rolling Stone Blowin' In The Wind** Evening show: Endless Highway The Shape I'm In Highway 61 Revisited Like A Rolling Stone Maggie's Farm Review: A little extra magic was woven into the three Inglewood shows. The music was a little tighter, the vocal performances soar, and the soundboard mix was meticulous. The reasons being: 1) after 37 pe rformances, the art of the show had been honed to perfection. 2) Even though it was only mid Febru ary, this was the final three concerts of the tour (and of the year) 3) Probably the biggest reaso n that all were in top form was that the final three shows were being recorded for a possible live LP release. This package contains a nearly complete performance, missing only the opening 'Most Likely You Go Your Way' and The Band's 'The Shape I'm In'. No loss for the latter, as it appears on the official release 'Before The Flood'. However, this show's version of 'Most Likely You Go Your Way' is not the official release version. It's unknown as to why it would be left out of this 2 CD set. A good choice for the evening show filler material is The Band's only performance of 'Endless Highway' a nd one of only four tour performances of 'Maggie's Farm'. However, the boat was missed on releasin g the most commonly performed 'Like A Rolling Stone' and leaving off the only tour performance of an electric 'Mr Tambourine Man'. This fantastic set becomes slightly redundant for the casual collector, as it is close to the offi cial release. The completeist and/or fan of the '74 tour, however, will find a true gem in this in credible sounboard recording. Source / Venue: Inglewood Forum, CA, Feb.14, 1974 (afternoon) Also: Four songs from the Evening show Manufacturer / Catalog No. Q Records / QR 23/24 Released: 1998 Quality: 8 stars http://www.bobsboots.com/CDs/cd-p33.html
Bob Dylan - Acoustic Troubadour
Bob Dylan Acoustic Troubadour source: Carnegie Chapter Hall et al -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Tracks: Pretty Peggy-O (Trad arr Dylan) In The Pines (Leadbelly) Gospel Plow (Trad) 1913 Massacre (Woody Guthrie) Backwater Blues (Bessie Smith) Young But Daily Growin' (Trad) Fixin' To Die (White) Love Minus Zero* Hard Rain's A-Gonna Fall* Idiot Wind** Lily Rosemary And The Jack Of Hearts** Source / Venue: Carnegie Chapter Hall, NY 11/ 4/61 * Bangladesh Concert MSG, NY Aug. 1, 1971 (afternoon) **Original Blood On The Tracks test pressing Review: A great example of the early coffee house shows before Bob was picked up by CBS Records can be hea rd in the Chapter Hall concert. He was, of course, newly signed at this point, but was still doing the coffee house type show. He jokes and interacts with the small crowd, and sings his young hear t out. Two songs of particular interest are Woody Guthrie's 1913 Massacre, (Bob stole this tune fo r his own 'Song to Woody') and Bukka White's 'Fixin' to Die'. This version is much the same as it would appear on the first album, as it would be only two weeks before the recording would be done. Although the show is a line recording directly from the soundboard, the early 1960's technology i s evident in the sometimes muffled sound. * Tracks are from a Phil Spector radio interview about the show. ** Tracks are from acetate (a couple 'vinyl pop' type noises), but great quality. The cover mistakenly lists 'Idiot wind' as 'If you see her, say hello' http://www.bobsboots.com/CDs/cd-a10.html
Bob Dylan - Almost Went to See Elvis (with George Harrison)
Bob Dylan & George Harrison Almost Went To See Elvis source: CBS Studio B May 1, 1970 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Nashville, 1969: Ghost Riders In The Sky Cupid All I Have To Do Is Dream Gates Of Eden I Threw It All Away I Don't Believe You Matchbox Your True Love Las Vegas Blues Fishing Blues [fragment] Honey Just Allow Me One More Chance Rainy Day Women #12 & 35 New York, 1970: Song To Woody Mama You Been On My Mind Don't Think Twice [instrumental] Yesterday Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues Da Doo Ron Ron One Too Many Mornings [instrumental] One Too Many Mornings. Review: The first 12 songs, from Nashville, are wrongly identified on the cover as being from NY 1970. T he sound quality is very good. The 1969 material includes Carl Perkins, Johnny Cash, and Billy Wotten (guitars), Marshall Grant ( bass), and W.S. Holland (drums). Produced by Bob Johnson, this session was three days after the 'Nashville Skyline' LP was recorded in the same studio, with different musicians. The 1970 material is available through the CBS Studios Reference Recording archives. It was produ ced by Bob Johnson as well. This session also produced the "If Not For You" version that was released on the official CBS LP ' The Bootleg Series 1-3" The musicians include George Harrison (guitar), Charlie Daniels (bass & backing vocals), Billy Mun di (drums), & *Bob Johnson (piano) Source / Venue: CBS Studio Nashville, TN May 3, 1969 and CBS Studio B, NYC May 1, 1970 http://www.bobsboots.com/CDs/cd-a27.html
Bob Dylan - Blood on the Tracks: New York Sessions
Bob Dylan Blood on the Tracks New York Sessions source: Original test pressing -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Tracks: Tangled Up In Blue Simple Twist Of Fate You're A Big Girl Now Idiot Wind You're Gonna Make Me Lonesome Meet Me In The Morning Lily Rosemary And The Jack Of Hearts If You See Her, Say Hello Shelter From The Storm Buckets Of Rain Up to Me Review: This incredible CD is the original New York session recordings taken directly from a mint condition test pressing of the intended re lease. While most tracks are the actual released versions, four on this CD were thrown away in favor of the Minneapolis versions. While the official BOTT is an impossibly ludicrous standard of comparison for non-released material.... this lone CD is a contender. While we are generally not tolerant of pirated material, as long as one owns the official BOTT, this CD can be forgiven. Hearing all tracks together as they were intended is pure magic. Listen in amazement to what, but for a simple twist of fate, would have been the official CBS release. Packaged very nicely with ori ginal graphics, period photos, and a fold out with the award winning Pete Hamill essay from the original back cover. Read essay For this release, the label took not only the name of the studio, but the logo as well. The A&R on the back is the same l ogo that appears on the test pressing from which this material was taken. The disc itself is a mock up of an A&R test press label. Also released in 2001 by OMR. Source / Venue: CBS A&R Studios, NYC September 1974 http://www.bobsboots.com/Cds/cd-b28.html
Bob Dylan - Complete Sessions (with Mark Knopfler)
THE COMPLETE SESSIONS (BOB DYLAN AND MARK KNOPFLER) no label 3CDR (1) Slow Train Coming sessions (Muscle Shoals, AL); April 30 - May 11, 1979 (2) Power Station (New York, NY); April 11 - May 8, 1983 (3) Empire Burlesque sessions (New York, NY); February 1985 (4) Power Station (New York, NY); April 11 - May 8, 1983 (5) officially released B-side DISC ONE: Tracklist: (1) Trouble In Mind Ye Shall Be Changed (2) Blind Willie McTell (acoustic) Someone's Got A Hold Of My Heart Tell Me Lord Protect My Child Foot Of Pride Death Is Not The End Julius And Ethel This Was My Love Blind Willie McTell (electric) Angel Flying Too Close To The Ground (3) Straight A's In Love (4) Clean Cut Kid Don't Fly Unless It's Safe Dark Groove (5) Trouble In Mind (NOTE: the above track (No. 17) is deleted from this torrent as it is officially released). (NOTE: Knopfler is not involved at all in "Straight A's in Love" despite its inclusion here). DISC TWO: Jokerman Sweetheart Like You Neighborhood Bully License To Kill Man Of Peace Union Sundown I And I Don't Fall Apart On Me Tonight Foot of Pride Someone's Got A Hold Of My Heart Tell Me Lord Protect My Child Death Is Not The End Angel Flying Too Close To The Ground This Was My Love Julius And Ethel all from: Power Station (New York, NY); April 11 - May 8, 1983 DISC THREE (1) I And I (2) Sweetheart Like You (3) Union Sundown Power Station (New York, NY); April 11 - May 8, 1983 (4) Sweetheart Like You (8 rehearsal takes) Power Station (New York, NY); April 1983 (5) Blowin' In The Wind (6) Uranium Rock (7) Knockin' On Heaven's Door Entertainment Centre (Sydney, Australia); February 10, 1986 (8) All Along The Watchtower, (9) Leopard Skin PillBox Hat, (10) License To Kill, (11) Knockin' On Heaven's Door [Dylan w/Dire Straits] Sports And Entertainment Centre (Melbourne, Australia); February 19, 1986 thanks and I hope you enjoyed these torrents! hkdave BootCity March 2006
Bob Dylan - Jewels and Binoculars
Bob Dylan Jewels & Binoculars source: Exhaustive 1966 collection Disc 1 January 26 - WBAI-FM Studios, New York, New York - Part One The Bob Fass Radio Show Finding An Ashtray and a Soft, Comfortable Chair (3:57) Suede Shades (1:38) "What I really dropped in for, was to use your phone" (2:43) "I Wanna Hear That Lightnin' Hopkins Record" (3:05) "Is It Possible To Come Over And Take A Couple Pictures?" (5:02) "May I Speak To Mr. Dylan Please?" (4:03) "You'll Have To Call Me Back In The Morning" (1:02) "May I Speak To Phil Ochs, Please?" (0:38) "Hello, Is Mr. Dylan There?" (1:42) "I Have To Get A Drink Of Water Now" (3:10) "You Have To Go Through Something" (1:39) Tea With Lemon (2:11) Dial-A-Prayer (0:22) "Al Kooper Played It For Me" (1:35) "I'd Like To Remind Everybody We're On The Radio Here" (2:45) "There You Have It In A Nutshell" (2:02) "I Give Them Things...Like Rocks" (1:19) "Larrie, Spell Your First Name" (2:35) "Hey, We're Fighting Over You" (1:33) "See Ya Later" (0:31) Disc 2 January 26 - WBAI-FM Studios, New York, New York - Part Two The Bob Fass Radio Show "But This Is A Drag" (3:44) "Are You Gonna Play More Music Tonight?" (0:50) "All You Have To Do Is Be Sweet Loveable Bob Dylan" (3:45) "I Think You've Played, You Know, Long Enough" (0:34) "We'll Just Split, Right" (0:22) "Bob Dylan Is Beautiful, Bob Fass Is Beautiful and Radio Un-Nameable Is Beautiful" (1:00) "I Don't Want To Talk To Bob Dylan (1:13) "Did He Ride The A-Train Down To WBAI Tonight?" (0:30) "Mother Revisited" (1:23) "Bob Fass, Please?" (0:42) "Can I Talk To Bob Dylan?" (1:32) "What Do You Want To Know?" (1:47) "Did The Tea Ever Come?" (1:07) Yeah, I'd Like To Ask Bob Dylan A Question" (1:09) "Good Morning" (0:47) "I Didn't Think I'd Get On So Fast" (1:02) "Not Everybody Has The Courage To Sing Like I Do" (1:03) "You're A Pretty Smart Fella" (1:21) "I'm Recording This On Tape, And I'll Be Sending A Dub Over To Them As Soon As I Can" (2:04) "You Wanna Take Some More Calls?" (0:56) "What Grade Are You In?" (8:44) "I Won't Say The Same Thing, Now" (1:05) "You Got The Wrong Number" (2:55) "Wait, I'll Go With You" (2:14) "You Might As Well Take A Train" (1:26) "Thanks For Playing The Record For Me" (1:51) Disc 3 [Front] [Back] February 5 - Westchester County Center, White Plains, NY Audience Recording She Belongs To Me (3:10) To Ramona (4:54) Visions Of Johanna (freeze out) (7:14) It's All Over Now, Baby Blue (5:17) Desolation Row (10:26) Love Minus Zero / No Limit (4:22) Mr. Tambourine Man (7:13) Tell Me, Momma (3:59) I Don't Believe You (She Acts Like We Have Never Met) (4:35) Disc 4 February 6 - Syria Mosque, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Audience Recording She Belongs To Me (3:32) To Ramona (6:22) Visions Of Johanna (freeze out) (7:36) Desolation Row (2:53 - incomplete) Love Minus Zero / No Limit (4:00) Mr. Tambourine Man (8:01) Positively 4th Street (4:18) Like A Rolling Stone (7:08) Disc 5 [Front] [Back] February 26 - Island Gardens, Hempstead, New York Audience Recording She Belongs To Me (3:00) 4th Time Around (3:57) Visions Of Johanna (6:59) It's All Over Now, Baby Blue (4:55) Desolation Row (9:53) Love Minus Zero / No Limit (3:47) Mr. Tambourine Man (7:14) Tell Me, Momma (3:50) I Don't Believe You (She Acts Like We Have Never Met) (5:30) Baby, Let Me Follow You Down (3:44) Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues (6:20) Leopard-Skin Pill-Box Hat (4:01) One Too Many Mornings (1:16 - incomplete) Disc 6 Hotel Room Recordings March 13 - Denver Colorado Positively Van Gogh (1) (0:56) Positively Van Gogh (2) (4:17) Positively Van Gogh (3) (0:32) Positively Van Gogh (4) (3:20) Positively Van Gogh (5) (1:25) Positively Van Gogh (6) (1:36) Don't Tell Him (1) (1:02) Don't Tell Him (2) (3:11) If You Want My Love (4:44) Just Like A Woman (1) (0:25) Just Like A Woman (2) (4:36) Sad Eyed Lady Of The Lowlands (1) (2:23) Sad Eyed Lady Of The Lowlands (2) (1:18) Sad Eyed Lady Of The Lowlands (3) (5:19) Sad Eyed Lady Of The Lowlands (4) (4:32) May 19-20 - Glasgow, Scotland What Kind Of Friend Is This? (2:39) On A Rainy Afternoon (Does She Need Me) (1) (1:51) On A Rainy Afternoon (Does She Need Me) (2) (2:46) On A Rainy Afternoon (Does She Need Me) (3) (1:08) On A Rainy Afternoon (Does She Need Me) (4) (1:22) I Can't Leave Her Behind (1:30) Disc 7 [Front] [Back] April 13 - Stadium, Syndey, Australia - Part One Line recording She Belongs To Me (3:31) 4th Time Around (4:52) Visions Of Johanna (8:17) It's All Over Now, Baby Blue (6:22) Desolation Row (10:52) Just Like A Woman (5:34) Mr. Tambourine Man (8:20) interval (4:20) Disc 8 April 13 - Stadium, Syndey, Australia - Part Two Line recording Tuning (2:12) Tell Me, Momma (5:30) I Don't Believe You (She Acts Like We Have Never Met) (6:14) Baby, Let Me Follow You Down (6:01) Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues (6:03) Leopard-Skin Pill-Box Hat (4:47) One Too Many Mornings (3:38) Ballad Of A Thin Man (7:21) Positively 4th Street (5:36) Disc 9 [Front] [Back] April 20 - Festival Hall, Melbourne, Australia Line recording She Belongs To Me (3:05) 4th Time Around (5:35) Visions Of Johanna (10:23) It's All Over Now, Baby Blue (6:54) Desolation Row (12:26) Just Like A Woman (6:02) Tell Me, Momma (1:41) Baby, Let Me Follow You Down (3:25) Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues (6:58) Disc 10 April 29 - KonsertHuset, Stockholm, Sweden Audience recording She Belongs To Me (3:15) 4th Time Around (4:09) Visions Of Johanna (7:25) It's All Over Now, Baby Blue (5:14) Desolation Row (4:32 - incomplete) I Don't Believe You (She Acts Like We Have Never Met) (5:09) Baby, Let Me Follow You Down (3:31) Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues (0:38 - incomplete) Leopard-Skin Pill-Box Hat (3:10) One Too Many Mornings (2:16 - incomplete) Ballad Of A Thin Man (6:04) Disc 11 [Front] [Back] May 5 - Adelphi Theatre, Dublin, Ireland Line Recording Visions Of Johanna (7:28) 4th Time Around (4:45) It's All Over Now, Baby Blue (5:15) Desolation Row (10:28) Just Like A Woman (5:51) Mr. Tambourine Man (8:49) Disc 12 May 6 - ABC Theatre, Belfast, Ireland I Don't Believe You (She Acts Like We Have Never Met) (5:19) May 12 - Odeon Theatre, Birmingham, England Ballad Of A Thin Man (7:19) May - Press Conference Excerpt from unknown press conference (0:41) May 19 - KB-Hallen, Copenhagen, Denmark Ballad Of A Thin Man (6:54) May 20 - ABC Theatre, Edinburgh, Scotland One Too Many Mornings (3:18) Like A Rolling Stone (7:35) Line Recordings February 20 - Montreal, Quebec Interview with Martin Bronstein (11:42) April 21 - Adelaide, Australia Interview with Roger Cardwell/Bob Francis & others (7:45) April 28 - Stockholm, Sweden Press Conference (3:25) April 29 - Stockholm, Sweden Interview with Klaus Burling (12:07) May 23 - Paris, France Press Conference (1:02) Disc 13 [Front] [Back] May 10 - Colston Hall, Bristol, England - Part One Audience recording She Belongs To Me (3:23) 4th Time Around (4:33) Visions Of Johanna (7:45) It's All Over Now, Baby Blue (5:29) Desolation Row (9:48) Just Like A Woman (5:47) Mr. Tambourine Man (8:19) Disc 14 May 10 - Colston Hall, Bristol, England - Part Two Audience recording Tell Me, Momma (4:46) I Don't Believe You (She Acts Like We Have Never Met) (6:28) Baby, Let Me Follow You Down (3:26) Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues (5:53) Leopard-Skin Pill-Box Hat (3:44) One Too Many Mornings (3:38) Ballad Of A Thin Man (7:32) Like A Rolling Stone (7:22) Disc 15 [Front] [Back] May 14 - Odeon Theatre, Liverpool, England Line recording Tell Me, Momma (4:12) I Don't Believe You (She Acts Like We Have Never Met) (5:33) Baby, Let Me Follow You Down (3:39) Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues (5:37) crowd (1:56) Leopard-Skin Pill-Box Hat (3:23) One Too Many Mornings (3:47) Ballad Of A Thin Man (7:39) Like A Rolling Stone (7:39) God Save The Queen (0:48) Disc 16 May 15 - DeMontfort Hall, Leicester, England Audience recording She Belongs To Me (3:08) 4th Time Around (4:44) Visions Of Johanna (7:52) It's All Over Now, Baby Blue (5:40) Desolation Row (9:48) Just Like A Woman (4:06) Mr. Tambourine Man (9:03) Tell Me, Momma (4:22) I Don't Believe You (She Acts Like We Have Never Met) (5:46) Baby, Let Me Follow You Down (3:41) Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues (3:49) Disc 17 [Front] [Back] May 16 - Gaumont, Sheffield, England Line recording She Belongs To Me (3:56) 4th Time Around (4:37) Visions Of Johanna (8:23) It's All Over Now, Baby Blue (5:50) Desolation Row (11:28) Just Like A Woman (7:35) Mr. Tambourine Man (10:27) Tell Me, Momma (4:09) Leopard-Skin Pill-Box Hat (4:30) One Too Many Mornings (3:30) Disc 18 April-May - Various European Locations Eat The Document Soundtrack 1-59. Scenes 1 to 59 Tracks 8/12/18/31/32/33/36/38/40/49/52/54/56/59 contain music May - London, England Eat The Document Outtake 60-61. Dylan and Lennon conversation Disc 19 [Front] [Back] May 17 - Free Trade Hall, Manchester, England - Part One Stereo line recording She Belongs To Me (3:28) 4th Time Around (4:35) Visions Of Johanna (8:09) It's All Over Now, Baby Blue (5:35) Desolation Row (11:40) Just Like A Woman (5:48) Mr. Tambourine Man (8:52) Disc 20 May 17 - Free Trade Hall, Manchester, England - Part Two Stereo line recording Tell Me, Momma (4:32) I Don't Believe You (She Acts Like We Have Never Met) (5:51) Baby, Let Me Follow You Down (3:59) Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues (6:06) Leopard-Skin Pill-Box Hat (4:45) One Too Many Mornings (3:52) Ballad Of A Thin Man (7:19) Like A Rolling Stone (7:49) Disc 21 [Front] [Back] May 20 - ABC Theatre, Edinburgh, Scotland - Part One Audience recording She Belongs To Me (3:38) 4th Time Around (5:34) Visions Of Johanna (11:10) It's All Over Now, Baby Blue (6:54) Desolation Row (11:41) Just Like A Woman (6:46) Mr. Tambourine Man (9:55) Disc 22 May 20 - ABC Theatre, Edinburgh, Scotland - Part One Audience recording Tell Me, Momma (4:27) I Don't Believe You (She Acts Like We Have Never Met) (5:44) Baby, Let Me Follow You Down (3:40) Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues (6:05) Leopard-Skin Pill-Box Hat (4:26) One Too Many Mornings (3:18) Ballad Of A Thin Man (1:52 - incomplete) Like A Rolling Stone (8:44) Disc 23 [Front] [Back] May 26 - Royal Albert Hall, London, England Line recording She Belongs To Me (3:38) 4th Time Around (4:46) Visions Of Johanna (7:50) Leopard-Skin Pill-Box Hat (4:02) One Too Many Mornings (4:05) Ballad Of A Thin Man (7:23) Like A Rolling Stone (10:53) Disc 24 May 27 - Royal Albert Hall, London, England Line recording She Belongs To Me (5:06) 4th Time Around (5:55) Visions Of Johanna (11:31) It's All Over Now, Baby Blue (7:01) Desolation Row (13:31) Just Like A Woman (9:18) Mr. Tambourine Man (8:53) Disc 25 [Front] [Back] The Blonde On Blonde Studio Sessions All tracks mono, except #2, 4, 8, 10, 12, & 14 are stereo. October 5, 1965 Temporary Like Achilles (1:03) ("Medicine Sunday") Jet Pilot (1:03) Can You Please Crawl Out Your Window? (1) (0:56) ("Crawl Out Your Window") I Wanna Be Your Lover (1) (1:03) ("I Don't Wanna Be Your Lover") I Wanna Be Your Lover (2) (3:32) I Wanna Be Your Lover (3) (3:26) Instrumental (4:07) ("#1") November 30, 1965 Visions Of Johanna (1) (8:27) ("Freeze Out") Visions Of Johanna (2) (7:28) ("Freeze Out") Can You Please Crawl Out Your Window? (2) (3:38) January 21, 1966 She's Your Lover Now (1) (8:28) She's Your Lover Now (2) (6:26) January 27, 1966 I'll Keep It With Mine (3:13) February 15, 1966 Keep It With Mine (3:13) Bonus tracks: Can You Please Crawl Out Your Window? (3) (3:33) Pledging My Time (Dutch Greatest Hits mono mix) (3:53) Disc 26 January 25 - March 10, 1966 The U.S. Blonde On Blonde mono mix Rainy Day Women #12 & 35 (4:23) Pledging My Time (3:47) Visions of Johanna (7:26) One Of Us Must Know (Sooner Or Later) (4:51) I Want You (3:00) Stuck Inside Of Mobile With The Memphis Blues Again (7:03) Leopard-Skin Pill-Box Hat (3:56) Just Like A Woman (4:50) Most Likely You Go Your Way (And I'll Go Mine) (3:19) Temporary Like Achilles (4:56) Absolutely Sweet Marie (4:52) 4th Time Around (4:31) Obviously 5 Believers (3:30) Sad-Eyed Lady Of The Lowlands (11:18) Review: This release is an exhaustive labor of love collection of twenty six discs that attempts to capture every known 1966 recording of Dylan. Special Features It comes with a 100 page booklet, a copy of Dylan's 1966 European tour program, and a slipcase-style outter box that houses three inner boxes. The inner boxes contain 13 unique slip covers that hold two discs each. The Booklet The booklet included with this title features the following information: - Introduction by the folks at Vigotone - Track listings (reproduced on each separate page) - 1966 World Tour itinerary - Bob Dylan's 1966 Calendar [partial] - Partial transcript of the Bob Fass radio show - An article about the "hotel tapes" [from Clinton Heylin's book] - Information about Eat The Document - Eat The Document: a scene by scene synopsis by Verily E. Weasel - Some location listings for Eat The Document - Eat The Document - The Meaning of the Title - A transcript of two film reels from the Eat The Document archives [Dylan & Lennon] - The Blonde On Blonde Sessionography - Blonde On Blonde - Song By Song [from the 1966 Blonde On Blonde Songbook] - Bob Dylan in Nashville; article from Hit Parader - October 1966 - Press About Bob Dylan and the World Tour [reviews] - Press Conferences From Around The World [transcripts] - The Accident; an article about Dylan's 1966 motorcycle accident - Live song index - Thanks from the folks at Vigotone Notes: Below is the text from the back of the box and the introduction from the liner notes. Everything in this collection is in black and white. All of the scans are really gray scaled! Your monitor hasn't blown a circuit! The huge booklet that comes with this set has transcriptions of the radio broadcast, press conferences, and Eat The Document. It also includes a load of other articles about Dylan. All of the discs in the Jewels And Binoculars collection come in double jewel boxes, except disks 25 & 26 (VT-216/217) which come in a cardboard sleeve that resembles a gatefold vinyl record jacket. Box Back Text Herein on 26 CD's are all the extant recordings of the Bob Dylan / Hawks 1966 World Tour (apart from those still locked away in the vaults), along with interviews, alternate studio performances and mixes, and even some informal hotel room recordings. In addition, this set contains an exact reproduction of the rare 1966 tour program as well as a 100 page book of text and photos documenting the tour and Bob Dylan in 1966. The 1966 Dylan / Hawks World Tour is the stuff of legend. But unlike most legends from a bygone era, the goods are here to back this one up. Liner Notes The 1966 Dylan / Hawks World Tour is the stuff of legend. But unlike most legends from a bygone era, the goods are here to back this one up. Right here, in this boxed set. While knowing the historical context of these performances will no doubt increase the listener's enjoyment of them, it's not crucial to the understanding of why they are so exalted. All one needs to do is LISTEN. Herein are all the extant recordings of that tour (apart from those still locked away in the vaults), along with interviews, alternate studio performances and mixes, and even some informal hotel room recordings. Even a cursory listen to them will reveal one clear truth -- that Dylan was ON every night (and every day) in 1966. "On" both in terms of performing splendidly and his bringing his art to new levels, but also "on" in the sense that he was DYLAN (not Bob or Bobby, and surely not Robert Zimmerman) every single moment, on stage and off. From his biting put down of an Australian journalist ("are YOU successful?"), to his clever ways of dealing with audience hostility ("if you wouldn't clap so hard") to his weary yet triumphant "thank yeeeeew" that ends the famed Manchester concert, he was INSIDE everything he did, with every ounce of his being. Except for some brief flashes during the 1979/80 "Born Again" Tour, and a few magical nights of the "Never-Ending Tour", Dylan (or any other rock performer, for that matter) has never again achieved this level of intensity, or challenged his audience so greatly while not being pretentious, condescending or boring. It's clear that the quality of the performances were in direct relationship with the hostility coming from the crowd, but it was more than that. Dylan just KNEW he was right about the quality of his music, and nothing could (or did) sway him. And even if Dylan's motorcycle crash in the summer didn't bring this era to a close, something else (burnout? drug OD?) WOULD have. Levels of brilliance of this sort are not designed to be maintained. But the residue is still with us. So listen up! Mr. Jones June 2000 26 CD bootleg box set from the Vigotone "label", covering most of Dylan's (& the Hawks') 1966 tours, studio recordings and performances,. Comes with a 100 page booklet, a copy of Dylan's 1966 European tour program, and a slipcase-style box w/three inner boxes. The booklet contains: * Track listings * 1966 World Tour itinerary * Bob Dylan's 1966 Calendar * Partial transcript of the Bob Fass radio show * An article about the "hotel tapes" [from Clinton Heylin's book] * Information about Eat The Document * Eat The Document: a scene by scene synopsis by Verily E. Weasel * Some location listings for Eat The Document * Eat The Document - The Meaning of the Title * A transcript of two film reels from the Eat The Document archives [Dylan & Lennon] * The Blonde On Blonde sessionography * Blonde On Blonde - Song By Song [from the 1966 Blonde On Blonde Songbook] * Bob Dylan in Nashville; article from Hit Parader - October 1966 * Press About Bob Dylan and the World Tour [reviews] * Press Conferences From Around The World [transcripts] * The Accident; an article about Dylan's 1966 motorcycle accident * Live song index On the bad side: There is not much new here. Though a fantastic set to be proud of owning... the reality is that there is just too much. It's overkill to hear every version of every song from every night. The manufacturers choose to put one show per disc (or a long show on two separate discs. While this creates wonderful flow and progression, it also adds several more discs to the package. And of course, worst of all is the retail price of this behemoth. If you want all of the 1966 recordings, this is a prestigious way to own them. However, one might simply choose to obtain the discs that interest them most on CDr., and save enough money to make a car payment.
Bob Dylan - A Musical Retrospective - 1980
Here's another set from my original disks (pressed by Scorpio). This has been requested several times and I kept putting it off. I looked and looked and found no evidence of any official track s, so let 'er rip! GoldCds > xAct (level , verify ON) > FLAC in one fell swoop. Fingerprints and checksum+ md5 incl uded. Info from Mo'sdude http://www.angelfire.com/wa/monicasdude/719.htm: (1) Paramount Theater (Portland, OR); December 3, 1980 (2) Paramount Theater (Portland, OR); December 4, 1980 (3) Paramount Northwest Theater (Seattle, WA); November 29, 1980 (4) Paramount Northwest Theater (Seattle, WA); November 30, 1980 (5) Fox Warfield (San Francisco, CA); November 15, 1980 (line) (6) Fox Warfield (San Francisco, CA); November 16, 1980 (line) (7) Fox Warfield (San Francisco, CA); November 22, 1980 (8) Fox Warfield (San Francisco, CA); November 12, 1980 (9) Fox Warfield (San Francisco, CA); November 18, 1980 Tracklist: (1) Gotta Serve Somebody, I Believe In You, Hard Rain's A-Gonna Fall, Man Gave Names T o All The Animals, Simple Twist Of Fate, We Just Disagree, All Along The Watchtower, Ain't Gonna Go To Hell, Girl From The North Country, To Ramona, Slow Train, Abraham Martin & John, Rise Again , Let's Keep It Between Us, Mary From The Wild Moor, Solid Rock, Just Like A Woman, Se<96>or, Cou ple More Years, What Can I Do For You, When You Gonna Wake Up, In The Garden, Blowin' In The Wind , City Of Gold, It's All Over Now Baby Blue, It's Alright Ma (I'm Only Bleeding) (2) Like A Rolling Stone, Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues, To Ramona (3) Saved, Don't Think Twice (4) Fever, All Along The Watchtower (5) Like A Rolling Stone[w/Mike Bloomfield], Covenant Woman, Groom's Still Waiting At The Altar[w /Mike Bloomfield], City Of Gold, Love Minus Zero (6) To Ramona [w/Jerry Garcia], Let's Keep It Between Us, Just Like A Woman (7) Fever, Mr. Tambourine Man [w/Roger McGuinn], Knockin' On Heaven's Door [w/Roger McGuinn], It Ain't Me Babe (8) Caribbean Wind, Precious Angel (9) Rise Again, Do Right To Me Baby NOTE: This overview of the fall 1980 "Musical Retrospective" concerts includes at least one versi on of every song performed on the tour. Initially released on CDR, followed by a glass-mastered e dition. A fan variant with artwork for standard CD cases also circulates. DEEP: These audience recordings are top notch by 1980 recording standards and are certainly the f inest quality "real disk" issues to date, surpassing even Rise Again. Just a joy throughout with a wild array of rarely performed and/or radically reworked performances. "Definitive" may not be too strong a characterization of this one. Committed, fiery performances from the man at the top of his game. Highly recommended. rmd: A stupendous compilation. The tracklist speaks for itself; the source recordings are almost all at least VG, and often better, and the packaging is attractive and well-executed. A must have . (DM 30M 101GottaServeSomebody.flac 23M 102IBelieveInYou.flac 34M 103HardRain.flac 27M 104ManGaveNames.flac 24M 105SimpleTwistOfFate.flac 13M 106WeJustDisagree.flac 18M 107AllAlongTheWatchtower.flac 26M 108AintGonnaGoToHellForAnybody.flac 23M 109GirlFromTheNorthCountry.flac 26M 110ToRamona.flac 34M 111SlowTrain.flac 15M 112AbrahamMartinAndJohn.flac 24M 113RiseAgain.flac 25M 114LetsKeepItBetweenUs.flac 23M 115MaryFromTheWildMoor.flac 28M 116SolidRock.flac 25M 117JustLikeAWoman.flac 26M 201Senor.flac 24M 202CoupleMoreYears.flac 30M 203WhatCanIDoForYou.flac 31M 204WhenYouGonnaWakeUp.flac 44M 205InTheGarden.flac 29M 206BlowinInTheWind.flac 16M 207CityOfGold.flac 26M 208ItsAllOverNowBabyBlue.flac 33M 209ItsAlrightMa.flac 35M 210LikeARollingStone.flac 26M 211JustLikeTomThumbsBlues.flac 26M 212ToRamona.flac 32M 213Saved.flac 30M 214DontThinkTwice.flac 24M 215Fever.flac 21M 216AllAlongTheWatchtower.flac 9.0M 301MichaelBloomfieldIntroduction.flac 35M 302LikeARollingStone.flac 35M 303CovenantWoman.flac 36M 304TheGroomsStillWaitingAtTheAltar.flac 15M 305CityOfGold.flac 20M 306LoveMinusZeroNoLimit.flac 5.4M 307JerryGarciaIntroduction.flac 30M 308ToRamona.flac 23M 309LetsKeepItBetweenUs.flac 2.3M 310TransvestiteStory.flac 20M 311JustLikeAWoman.flac 14M 312DetroitBingoHallStory.flac 21M 313Fever.flac 5.2M 314RogerMcQuinnIntroduction.flac 23M 315Mr.TambourineMan.flac 20M 316KnockinOnHeavensDoor.flac 27M 317ItAintMeBabe.flac 12M 318LeadbellyStory.flac 30M 319CarribeanWind.flac 29M 320PreciousAngel.flac 17M 321RiseAgainPianoVersion.flac 22M 322DoRightToMeBaby.flac
Bob Dylan - Paranoid Blues
Bob Dylan Paranoid Blues source: Various early '60s live -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Tracks: Quest TV: The Times Talking World War III Blues Lonesome Death Of Hattie Carroll Girl Of The North Country Hard Rain Restless Farewell Skip Weshner Show: Tomorrow Is A Long Time Masters Of War Bob Dylan's Blues Gerdes Folk City: Honey Just Allow Me One More Chance Talkin' New York /Talkin' Folk Lore Center Corrina Corrina (Trad - Dylan arr) Deep Ellum Blues (Trad) Blowin' In The Wind Billy Faier show: Baby Let Me Follow You Down (von Schmidt) Talkin' John Birch Paranoid Blues Death Of Emmett Till Make Me A Pallet On Your Floor (Trad) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Review: This is a nice, early, collectible CD of some indispensable early '60s material. A few problems to note are: The recordings were made directly from vinyl LPs. There is slight (but by no means offensive) vinyl noise. The worst problem is with the Billy Faier show. The version here was originally recorded from broadcast on a receiver that was constantly drifting , and producing white noise interference. It gets to be quite annoying. There are clean versions of this great recording available. An oddity with the packaging is that, while the material is from 1962, the photos and artwork are from 1969. No matter, they are quite nice. The best thing of all about this package is that the ca ptivating front cover photo is silk screened onto the CD itself producing a relatively rare (in 1 990) picture CD. Very nice. Source / Venue: Quest TV, Toronto, ON Recorded 2/01/64 Broadcast on the CBC 3-10-64 Skip Weshner show WBAI radio, NYC Feb.1963 Gerdes Folk City, NYC April 16, 1962 Billy Faier show WBAI radio, NYC Oct. 1962 http://www.bobsboots.com/CDs/cd-p01.html
Bob Dylan - Pecos Blues
Bob Dylan Peco's Blues source: Studio outtakes -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Tracks: Mexico City: Billy 1 Billy 2 Turkey Tom Turkey Billy Surrenders And He's Killed Me Too Good-bye Holly Pecos Blues 1 Pecos Blues 2 Billy Burbank: Knockin' On Heaven's Door 1 Sweet Amarillo Knockin' On Heaven's Door 2 Knockin' On Heaven's Door 3 Final Theme 1 Final Theme 2 Rock Me Mama 1 (A. Crudup) Rock Me Mama 2 (A. Crudup) Billy-7 1 Billy-7 2 Instrumental instrumental Final Theme 3 Final Theme 4 Review: This is a must have disc for all fans of studio outtakes, and/or the Pat Garrett material. As with the released version, there is a lot of instrumentals. There's also a lot of Bob talking and interacting with the engineer. The songs are direct from the studio mixing consoles, in incredible quality. The cover is Rex Features' classic 'Alias' photo. The photo on the back is the ferrotype that is believed to be of Henry McCarty who would change his name to Bill Bonney aka 'Billy The Kid'. The CD title is the result of a grammatical error. T he true title of the song does not include an apostrophe. Also released as 'Lucky Luke Source / Venue: Pat Garrett soundtrack sessions Mexico City, Mexico January 20, 1973 Burbank, CA February 1973 http://www.bobsboots.com/CDS/cd-p05.html
Bob Dylan - Sweet as Kerosene: 1989 Compilation
Sweet As Kerosene - '89 Compilation produced by angelwithfourfaces Disk 1 1. Shot Of Love - Livorno 2. Pancho And Lefty - Cava de'Tirreni 3. Highway 61 Revisited - Patras 4. Congratulations - Birmingham 5. Most Of The Time - Indiana 6. Man Gave Names To All The Animals - Park City 7. Early Morning Rain - Stanhope 8. It Takes A Lot To Laugh, It Takes A Train To Cry - Los Angeles 10th 9. (I Heard That) Lonesome Whistle - NET Rehearsals 10. House Of Gold - Madrid 11. I Dreamed I Saw St. Augustine - Milwaukee 12. Trail Of The Buffalo - Atlanta 11/16 13. Legend In My Time - Atlantic City 14. Disease Of Conceit - Cleveland 15. The Water Is Wide - Dublin 3rd 16. When You Gonna Wake Up - Poughkeepsie Disk 2 1. Lakes Of Pontchartrain - Madrid 2. It's All Over Now, Baby Blue - Park City 3. The Lonesome Death Of Hattie Carrol - Rome 4. Barbara Allen - Birmingham 5. Gates Of Eden - St. Paul 6. One Too Many Mornings - Barcelona 7. Mama, You Been On My Mind - Pittsburg 8. Tangled Up In Blue - Miami 13th 9. Trail Of The Buffalo - Bonner Springs 10. Visions Of Johanna - Ann Arbor 11. Mood For Love - Toledo 12. Song To Woody - Madrid 13. Eileen Aroon - Dublin 3rd 14. Blowin' In The Wind - Milan Disk 3 1. The Harder They Come - Bonner Springs 2. Lay Lady Lay - Miami 13th 3. Positively Fouth Street - Santa Barbara 4. Tears Of Rage - Patras 5. I Remember You - Englewood 6. Mood For Love - Cincinnati 7. Man In The Long Black Coat - New York City 13th 9. Masters Of War - Portlan 10. Confidential - Columbus 11. The Times They Are A-Changin' - Livorno 12. When Did You Leave Heaven? - Santa Barbara 13. In The Garden - Patras 14. Ring Them Bells - Poughkeepsie 15. Tomorrow Is A Long Time - Rochester 6th 16. Every Grain Of Sand - Dublin 3rd 16. Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues - Las Cruces Disk 4 1. Baby Let Me Follow You Down - Berkeley 2. Dark As A Dungeon - Durham 3. When Did You Leave Heaven? - Saratoga Springs 4. Mr. Tambourine Man - Cava de'Tirreni 5. Every Grain Of Sand - Athens 6. The Times They Are A-Changin' - Rochester 5th 7. Two Soldiers - Patras 8. Love Minus Zero - No Limit - Portland 9. It's Alright, Ma (I'm Only Bleeding) - Miami 13th 10. To Ramona - San Sebastian 11. In The Pines - Milwaukee 12. A Hard Rain's A-Gonna Fall - Barcelona 13. Girl From The North Country - Birmingham 14. She Belongs To Me - Stanhope 15. Wagoner's Lad - Noblesville 16. Man Of Constant Sorrow - Atlanta 8/15 Disk 5 1. Forever Young - Santa Barbara 2. Gotta Serve Somebody - Stanhope 3. Lonesome Town - Birmingham 4. I'll Be Your Baby Tonight - Den Haag 5. Lenny Bruce - Atlantic City 6. It's All Over Now, Baby Blue - Brussels 7. Queen Jane Approximately - Santa Barbara 8. Nothing But You - Madison 9. Trouble - Maple 10. When First Unto This Country - Nofolk 11. One Irish Rover - Las Cruces 12. Dead Man, Dead Man - Poughkeepsie 13. Visions Of Johanna - Los Angeles 9th 14. Hey La La (Hey La La) - Stockholm 15. My Back Pages - Troy
Bob Dylan - Songs for Patty Valentine
SONGS FOR PATTY VALENTINE Wanted Man WMM 038 released: 1994 This is a classic boot, all songs from 1975. Artwork included. The Other End Club New York City, NY, 3 July 1975: 01. Pretty Boy Floyd (Woody Guthrie)* 02. How Long Blues (Leroy Carr)* 03. Abandoned Love (Bob Dylan) * Ramblin' Jack Elliott vocal & guitar, Bob Dylan backup vocal & guitar Studio E, Columbia Recording Studios New York City, NY, 28 July 1975: 04. Hurricane (Bob Dylan-Jacques Levy/Bob Dylan) Studio E, Columbia Recording Studios New York City, NY, 30 July 1975: 05. Rita May (Bob Dylan-Jacques Levy/Bob Dylan) WTTW-TV Studios, "The World Of John Hammond" Chicago, IL, 10 September 1975: 06. Oh, Sister (Bob Dylan-Jacques Levy/Bob Dylan) 07. Simple Twist Of Fate (Bob Dylan) 08. Hurricane (Bob Dylan-Jacques Levy/Bob Dylan) Studio Instrumental Rentals New York City, NY, October 1975: 09. People Get Ready (Curtis Mayfield) Forum de Montr�l Montr�l, Quebec, Canada, 4 December 1975: 10. Never Let Me Go (Joseph C. Scott) Harvard Square Theater Cambridge, MA, 20 November 1975: 11. It Ain't Me, Babe (Bob Dylan) Bobsboots review: This is a fairly nice effort from Wanted Man to compile some of the more rare 1975 songs on one CD . The cover is a period concert shot of Dylan in face pancake. The back lists complete venue info for all tracks. Most tracks have since been released on other boot titles in slightly better quali ty. For the fan of the '75 songs, however, this is a nice way to get them on one disc. A great 'S lap in the face' title as well.
Bob Dylan & the Grateful Dead - French Girl, 1987
Bob Dylan & The Grateful Dead French Girl source: Studio 1987 CDA>WAVELAB>FLAC Manufacturer / Catalog No. Silver Rarities / SiRa 87/88/89 Disc one The Times When I Paint My Masterpiece Man Of Peace I'll Be Your Baby Tonight Ballad Of Ira Hayes (P.LaFarge) I Want You Ballad Of A Thin Man Stuck Inside Of Mobile Dead Man Dead Man Queen Jane Approximately Boy In The Bubble (P. Simon) The French Girl (Tyson / Fricker) In The Summertime Man Of Peace Union Sundown Disc two It's All Over Now Baby Blue Joey If Not For You Slow Train Tomorrow Is A Long Time Ballad Of Frankie Lee And Judas Priest John Brown I'll Be Your Baby Tonight Don't Keep Me Waiting Too Long Stealin' (Trad./ Memphis Jug Band arr.) I Want You Oh Boy (West/Tilghman/Petty) Tangled Up In Blue Disc three Walking Down The Line Simple Twist Of Fate Gotta Serve Somebody Gonna Change My Way Of Thinking Maggie's Farm Chimes Of Freedom All I Really Want To Do John Brown Heart Of Mine Rollin' In My Sweet Baby's Arms (Trad.) John Hardy (Alvin Carter) Heart Of Mine Wicked Messenger Watching The River Flow Information: Source / Venue: Grateful Dead rehearsals, San Rafael, CA April 1987 Review: In late March and early April of 1987, Dylan and the Dead gather at Club Front in Sa n Rafael California to rehearse numbers for the upcoming July tour. This great recor ding is the end result. Although it is a line recording direct from the console, it still has quite a bit of hiss. None the less, there is some great material here for fans of studio outtakes. Includes Garcia on guitar, slide, banjo, bv, and vocals on 'Boy In The Bubble' & 'Oh Boy'. Bob Weir - guitar, vocals on Boy in a Bubble, Lesh - bass, Mydland - keyboards, Kreutzmann & Ha rt - drums & percussion. A fairly nice photo of Bob on the 'Temples In Flames' tour graces the cover, although there are some nice shots with the Dead that should have been used. The package is minimal. Typical from this Label. http://www.bobsboots.com/CDs/cd-f25.html
Bob Dylan - Thin Wild Mercury Music
Bob Dylan Thin Wild Mercury Music source: 1965-66 Studio Outtakes -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Tracks: If You Gotta Go, Go Now (1) She Belongs To Me (1) Visions Of Johanna (Seems Like A Freezeout) (2) From A Buick 6 (3) It's All Over Now, Baby Blue (1) Medicine Sunday (Temporary Like Achilles) (5) I Wanna Be Your Lover (5) I'll Keep It With Mine (instr) (1) Love Minus Zero/No Limit (1) Can You Please Crawl Out Your Window (4) Number One (instr) (5) She's Your Lover Now (Glass Of Water) (6) Jet Pilot (5) Can You Please Crawl Out Your Window (5) Visions Of Johanna (Seems Like A Freezeout) (5) She's Your Lover Now (Glass Of Water) (6) Miami Sales Message (7) If You Gotta Go, Go Now (7) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Review: Nice package, incredible material, and great sound. There is a 'vinyl noise' apparent at times, bu t this is surface noise from the alternate acetate, rather than a vinyl boot. The random song orde r could have been chosen better and put into a more chronological order. The photos and informatio n are as good as any bootleg ever produced. Also see "The Lonesome Sparrow Sings". The track listi ng on the back uses the working titles of the songs as they appear on the vault masters. This can be a little misleading, as the songs were released under a different title. Some, however, are so different from the release version as to deserve a different title. 2001 Craig Pinkerton Bobsboots Source / Venue: (1) Bringing It All Back Home sessions Studio A, NYC January 13-15, 1965 (2) CBS Music Row, Nashville, TN January 21, 1965 (3) Highway 61 Revisited sessions, NYC July 30, 1965 (4) Highway 61 Revisited sessions, NYC June 16, 1965 (5) Hawks sessions (The Band) CBS studios, NYC Nov. 30-Dec. 1, 1965 (6) Hawks sessions (The Band) New York, NYC January 21, 1966 (7) Levy's Recording Studio, London May 12, 1965 http://www.bobsboots.com/CDs/cd-t21.html
Bob Dylan - Weberman Phone Calls
Bob Dylan Weberman Phone Calls source: Phone tap & MSG '71 show -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Tracks: Edited telephone conversations Hard Rain Blowin' In The Wind It Takes A Lot To Laugh Love Minus Zero Just Like A Woman -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Review: This fan release contains the Dylan-Weberman telephone conversations recorded by the self proclaim ed 'Dylanologist' and long time Dylan antagonist A.J. Weberman on January 6, and January 9, 1971. The telephone conversations were soon after released to the public as a Broadside/Folkways LP ent itled "Bob Dylan vs. A.J. Weberman." The LP was soon pulled from the shelves by the legal clout of CBS. It has since become a high dollar collectible. This particular recording is taken from the s uper clean LP bootleg 'Grudge Match', which was directly recorded from a pristine 'official' LP. The source: Voice: Taped 1971 phone conversation Music: Madison Square Garden, NY 8/01/71 filler material is from the afternoon MSG concert of 1971. The first and last songs were broadcast over FM radio WNEW, http://www.bobsboots.com/CDs/cd-w09.html