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PostPosted: Mon May 21st, 2018, 07:05 GMT 

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Bob Dylan, live on the Bob Fass radio show released 15th June 2018
On the night of March 28th 1963, Bob Dylan and his girlfriend Suze Rotolo walked into WBAI radio in New York, during hip DJ Bob Fass's show. The lengthy broadcast that ensued spans improvised skits (with Dylan adopting various pseudonyms), airplay of an acetate of his forthcoming Freewheelin' album and other music and chat. A fascinating document of the future legend in his early prime, it's presented in full here together with notes and images.
1. Bob Talk
2. Spanish Song
3. Old Soldiers Never Die
4. General Franco
5. Madrid
6. The Crooked Cross
7. Bob Talk
8. In My Time Of Dyin
9. Bob Talk
10. Oxford Town
11. Corrina, Corrina
12. Bob Talk
13. I Shall Be Free
14. Bob Talk
15. Down The Highway
16. Bob Talk (As Rory Grossman)
17. Deli Song (16 Tons) - Bob Hope Skit
18. Bob Talk - Talkin' New York
19. Bob (As Frog Rugster) - Naked Theater
20. How Can You Keep On Movin'
21. Kick In The Pants
22. Bob (As Rumple Billy Burp) - Folk Singer Suits
23. The Gal That I Love
24. Bob Hope Skit - Bob Talk (As Elvis Bickel)
25. S-A-P-E-D
26. Bob Talk (With Suze Rotolo) - Time Machines
27. I'll Fly Away
28. Let Me Be
29. Damn Redskins
30. I'm Busted
31. Hitler Lives
32. Bye-Bye

(Thanks to Robert H Orbach on the "Street-Legal & Illegal" FB page). Image

PostPosted: Mon May 21st, 2018, 12:44 GMT 
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A very interesting recording. But it isn't really new. I got hold of it some years ago, it was called "Radio Unnameable March 1963" then.
Anyway, definetly worth checking out.

PostPosted: Mon May 21st, 2018, 15:04 GMT 
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According to Bobsboots, this radio show was releleased in 2003 under the name "Radio Unnameable".

Here's the Bobsboots page of the bootleg:

PostPosted: Mon May 21st, 2018, 15:14 GMT 
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For those who don't know, Robert Orbach who posted the original link was the man behind much of the swinging 60s in london, including the 'I Was Lord Kitchener's Valet' shops, and thus the man who dressed Jimi Hendrix much of the time. A true 'Mod' in the original sense of 'Modernist' he does a lot of work for museums nowadays, and is still a really hip guy. He had a bad acciden a couple of years ago but has come back stronger than ever - nice to see him flying the flag for Bob. This has been around the block, of course, but it's still a good show.

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