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PostPosted: Mon June 6th, 2011, 05:02 GMT 
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1966-05-24 Paris

Soundboard recorded for a French radio broadcast which never happened.

It did exist, and still might.

Bob's 25th birthday concert. I hoped it might appear for Bob's 70th, but alas it did not.

Howard Sounes

After concerts in Scotland, Bob and The Hawks flew to Paris, where they performed at L'Olympia on 24 May 1966 in front of an enormous Stars and Stripes. This upset members of the French audience partly because of America's controversial involvement in the former French colony of Vietnam. Bob seemed oblivious to the politics, as usual, even though his world tour coincided with a huge escalation in the conflict in Vietnam. After large-scale USAF bombing of North Vietnam, thousands of US combat troops were sent to bolster the campaign, many of them drafted. A large protest move¬ment was gathering momentum. On 25 September 1965, just after the start of Bob's US tour, an antiwar concert was staged at Carnegie Hall in New York featuring many of Bob's friends, including Joan Baez, who urged young men to resist the draft. Bob was invited to participate at this and similar events, but was notable only by his absence. “Everybody came except Bob Dylan,” says Izzy Young, who emceed at Carnegie Hall. “He wasn't particularly active at all.”

There was also an uproar at the Paris concert when Bob seemed incapable of tuning his guitar during the acoustic part of the show. “He was tuning it and tuning it for a long, long time and I remember saying to Albert Grossman, "Tell him to give me the guitar and I'll tune it for him real quickly. People are getting hostile out there”," says Robbie Robertson, who was in the wings. “It seemed like it was turning into a game. That's why the people got upset. They thought he was just messing with their head.” The crowd seemed relieved when The Hawks came on stage and played actual music. It was one of the few times the band was cheered and Bob's acoustic set was booed.

The day of the Paris performance was also Bob's birthday. Having transformed popular music and written some of the greatest songs of the century he was, amazingly, only 25 years old.

Tony Glover

Dylan has one last press conference in Paris, the day before his show at the Odeon on his 25th birthday. There are photographs of him with a marionette on his knee – strings would help them both.

Hotel Georges V, Paris, France, 23 May 1966

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L’Olympia, Paris, 24 May 1966

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Robert Shelton

Dylan's Paris Olympia concert was on 24 May 1966, his 25th birthday. Two thousand seats costing up to 60 francs (about $12) sold out a month in advance. Some tickets went to French performers Johnny Halliday, Charles Trenet, Franchise Hardy, Hugues Aufray, and Antoine. Nowhere did the press gallivant as in France. The day Dylan arrived, some ten thousand young people were attending a festival at Oullins organized by the French labor unions. Aufray, whose Barclay recording of Dylan songs had made him the leading Gallic interpreter, announced the arrival, "at this moment," at Le Bourget airport, of "my friend" Dylan. Remarked the Lyons paper Le Progres: "The applause doubled in intensity. The star, one sensed, was Dylan, not Aufray." Other references compared Dylan to Rimbaud, Proust, James Dean, Franqois Villon, and Homer. The French "hipoisie" had an especial affinity for Dylan because of their chansonniers, poet-singers like Jacques Brel, Gilbert Becaud, and Georges Brassens. Even Halliday, then the 23-year-old Gallic rock star, felt Dylan was un ami. He spent one night taking him around Paris, and gave him a Turkish water pipe for his birthday. Paris has more astrologers than psychotherapists, and the French press relished the coincidence that Halliday, Antoine, and Dylan were all Geminis.

The French also liked Dylan for his allegiance to peace, for his fondness for Beaujolais and Bardot, and for his poetics. Philippe Labro in Elle, 6 May 1966: "He sings of the America of back streets, dirty little bars, back-room pool-players – air filled with smoke, heavy and sweaty – snatches of speech – nothing actually happens, but it is from this that the greatest books (Steinbeck, Caldwell, Faulkner) and the greatest films (Rossen, especially) have come. Dylan is an authentic poet, a writer. He is, in this milieu, the only true writer."

One newspaper inaccurately reported he had sold 18 million recordings and his annual income was more than a million dollars. Parisian journalists also noted that at the Olympia, Dylan would command as much as Maria Callas – "more," opined Paris Jour, "than a worker earns in 10 years." The press was also truculent about Dylan's staying at the George V Hotel, where he was ushered into a luxurious suite bedizened with Spanish master paintings and Louis XV furniture. "What's this?" Dylan reportedly said to the maitre d'hotel. "You should have known I don't dig Louis XV. If you don't get me a decent suite in the next five minutes, I'll take the airplane right back to America." Monsieur was shown into another luxurious suite sans Louis XV but with a carpet whose color monsieur did not like. He relented, "Well, if we have to camp let's camp." The press conference at the George V on 23 May 1966 was a predictable debacle. One reporter asked what Dylan thought about the Allied invasion in World War II. Dylan was offhand and petulant. Some photo graphs show him holding a large wooden puppet, named Monsieur Finian Asked what song he would choose to conclude the conference, Dylan said "Hello, Dolly."

In Paris, an old friend surfaced – Mike Porco of Gerde's Folk City. Returning from his native Calabria, Mike went to considerable lengths to se "Bobby." Heading toward the George V, Mike ran into Grossman, who said, "Dylan isn't seeing anyone. He is tired. I don't think it can be a ranged." Mike persisted and got into Dylan's suite, where he got a gracious welcome. "Bobby couldn't do enough for me – just the opposite of what Grossman had made me feel. He introduced me to everyone, and said was like his father, like his uncle, like his pal. It really made me feel good. It was funny, remembering what he'd looked like here, to see him in th hotel in Paris."

The concert was anticlimactic. The audience tended to be unruly, but Dylan was not passive to heckling. Someone had draped the stage with a large American flag. Many shouted: "Happy birthday." When he took time to tune his guitar (some said 14 minutes), jeers were silenced by Dylan saying: "I'm doing this for you. I couldn't care less. I wouldn't behave like that if I came to see you." The Paris Tribune reporting that Dylan's nervous strain had weakened his performance, concluded that "this strange figure, with his beautiful handling of an unruly audience and his haunting Desolation Row leaves an impression that will linger."

The Olympia crowd seemed to like the electric set; the band thawed out a rather tense audience. Still, most reviews were vitriolic. Le Figaro, under the headline The Fall Of An Idol, suggested that the audience had heard Dylan's double, an ill-looking puppet "unable to overcome his narcotism." Arts Paris lambasted Dylan for abandoning music-hall tradition, and concluded that derision, violence, and mental breakdown were themes too serious for songs. Le Havre Libre unequivocally called the concert a failure. Paris Jour took umbrage at Dylan's remarks during tuning breaks, such as "Hasn't anyone got a newspaper to read?" and "Don't worry, I'm just as eager to finish and leave as you are."

A few critics were sympathetic. L'Evenement said he was misunderstood. L'Humanite wrote that "they found his “Dylano-American” difficult and consequently did not understand what he was singing about." In fact, Dylan had asked his audience if they understood English, and many in the audience had said yes. Rouen's Liberte Dimanche acclaimed Dylan because he had "re-established poetry for the masses. He is in some way, The Homer of the 20th Century." A Paris paper, The Detective, preferred a clue: "The secret of his success is his indifference. He is irritating, and therefore he interests people." Paris Jour's headline writer was most explicit: Bob Dylan, Go Home. After returning to London's Albert Hall, he did.


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PostPosted: Mon June 6th, 2011, 05:54 GMT 

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nellie wrote:
1966-05-24 Paris

Soundboard recorded for a French radio broadcast which never happened.

It did exist, and still might.


agreed! thanks, great post.


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PostPosted: Mon June 6th, 2011, 13:05 GMT 

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If the i'm cold sessions exists then it would be it.

Id also love to have Salt lake city '76


Or - ROLLING THUNDER REVUE
LAKELAND CIVIC CENTER
4/15/76

Just to hear - If you see her in soundboard quality.


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PostPosted: Mon June 6th, 2011, 22:08 GMT 
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Solo Teem wrote:
Mister.Jones wrote:
It is the cup Bob and the Beatles - John, Paul, George and Bongo - used when they met at the Waldorf in 1965. It is said it possesses miraculous powers.

Five boys, one cup

Actually, Bob was afraid the Beatles might balk at the usual custom of passing a single Grail from mouth to mouth, so each Beatle was given his own Grail.


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PostPosted: Tue June 7th, 2011, 05:22 GMT 

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These are all interesting choices, but the real question should be:

What do you know has been recorded and can be released?


The last four installments of The Bootleg Series have been tepid at best with nothing even remotely revelatory other than a couple of tracks on "Tell Tale Signs." Three of the four are just cleaned up collections of commonly available bootlegs. "Tell-Tale Signs" is an utter travesty, bonus disc fiasco not withstanding, as what originally was given to be a 50 song set (including "Rise Again" no less) was paired down to 39 tracks with eight recordings being previously released and seven other songs repeated at least twice over the three discs. Throw in that other versions of "Ring Them Bells" and "High Water" existed on BobDylan.com for awhile, and one is left with the impression that Sony has very little to work with for these releases. Even the previously unknown Brandeis recording was a lukewarm release.

Given that Dylan himself has made statements that he doesn't record every show (born out by the fact that he releases audience recordings as official material, and they went with a compilation for RTR that didn't include anything from Salt Lake City, I would be inclined to think that there is very little usable material left in the Sony vaults, so any "real nuggets" or "holy grail" type recordings are going to get piece-mealed out sporadically.

Anyway I hope I am wrong about this and it would be exciting if anyone can offer concrete proof that a recording of Salt Lake City or "I'm Cold" definitely exists.

My hunch is that the next Bootleg series returns to a career spanning document, and a great deal of it will include the soundtrack and compilation songs that have not been collected already, like "Boogie Woogie Country Girl" and "People Get Ready."


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PostPosted: Tue June 7th, 2011, 08:17 GMT 
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The missing Traveling Wilburys album Vol 2.


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The missing Traveling Wilburys album Vol 2.


Or The Complete Christmas In The Heart sessions.


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Channel 9's recorded broadcast of the April 19, 1966, Melbourne concert featuring Just Like a Woman, Tell me Momma, Baby Let Me Follow You Down, Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues.


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PostPosted: Tue June 7th, 2011, 10:58 GMT 
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Sony has shitloads in reserve. Like Miles Davis, they will wait for Bob to die and for the familty to start squabbling about how to get rich from the inheritance and the floodgates will open.

Actually, I thought that Tell Tale Signs was a Bob way of highlighting by samples that there is a lot in the vaults - remember the leaking of the Niagra Falls soundboard.

But you will pay - Wolfgang's Vault is paving the way.

Bob Dylan's "Field Recordings"
A list of live recordings from 1988 onwards that have appeared on official "rarity" releases, mostly from Columbia - effectively Bob's live Never Ending Tour album! Some of these appeared first on bobdylan.com.
Audience recordings are indicated by (A).

Part 1 (CD1)

R-0239 A Hard Rain's Gonna Fall - live at the Great Music Experience, Naira City, Japan, 1994, with the Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Michael Kamen, from the European Greatest Hits Vol. 3 Dignity singles, 1994

R-0229 Highway 61 Revisited - recorded live at the "Woodstock '94" festival, Saugerties, NY, 14 Aug 1994, from the 1995 A&M album Woodstock '94
R-0244 All Along The Watchtower - recorded live at the opening of the Rock ’N’ Roll Hall of Fame Museum, Cleveland, OH, 2 Sep 1995, from the 1995 album The Concert For The Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame
R-0259 My Back Pages - recorded live at the House of Blues, Atlanta, GA, 3 Aug 1996, from the 1997 promo CD single Live '96
R-0260 Tombstone Blues - recorded live at the House of Blues, Atlanta, GA, 4 Aug 1996, from the 1997 promo CD single Live '96
R-0261 Ballad Of A Thin Man - recorded live at the House of Blues, Atlanta, GA, 4 Aug 1996, from the 1997 promo CD single Live '96
R-0262 Boots Of Spanish Leather - recorded live at the House of Blues, Atlanta, GA, 3 Aug 1996, from the 1997 promo CD single Live '96
R-0263 Love Sick - live, Grammy Awards, Radio City Music Hall, New York City, 25 Feb 1998 (A), from the Love Sick CD singles, Europe and Japan, 1998, also released on bobdylan.com and on the Australian Tour Special Limited Edition of Time Out of Mind
R-0267 Cold Irons Bound - live, El Rey Theater, Los Angeles, 16 Dec 1997 (A). from the Love Sick CD singles, Europe and Japan, 1998, on the Australian Tour Special Limited Edition of Time Out of Mind, and now also available on the 2001 Japanese live compilation Bob Dylan Live 1961-2000: Thirty Nine Years Of Great Concert Performances, also released on bobdylan.com
R-0268 Cocaine Blues (traditional) - live, El Rey Theater, Los Angeles, 16 Dec 1997 (A), from the Love Sick CD singles, Europe and Japan, 1998, on the Australian Tour Special Limited Edition of Time Out of Mind, also released on bobdylan.com
R-0269 Born In Time - live, New Jersey Center for the Performing Arts, Newark, NJ, 1 Feb 1998 (A), from the Love Sick CD singles, Europe and Japan, 1998, on the Australian Tour Special Limited Edition of Time Out of Mind, now also available on the 2001 Japanese live compilation Bob Dylan Live 1961-2000: Thirty Nine Years Of Great Concert Performances, also released on bobdylan.com
R-0270 Can't Wait - live, El Rey Theater, Los Angeles, 20 Dec 1997 (A), from the Love Sick CD singles, Europe and Japan, 1998, and on the Australian Tour Special Limited Edition of Time Out of Mind

Part 2 (CD2)

R-0271 Roving Gambler (traditional) - live, El Rey Theater, Los Angeles, 17 Dec 1997 (A), from the Love Sick CD singles, Europe and Japan, 1998, and on the Australian Tour Special Limited Edition of Time Out of Mind
R-0272 Blind Willie McTell - live, Jones Beach, NY, 17 Aug 1997 (A), from the Love Sick CD singles, Europe and Japan, 1998, and on the Australian Tour Special Limited Edition of Time Out of Mind
R-0276 Boots Of Spanish Leather - live, SECC, Glasgow, Scotland, 21 Jun 1998 (A), from the Not Dark Yet/Dylan Alive Japanese CD singles, 1999, also released on bobdylan.com
R-0277 Tears Of Rage (Bob Dylan-Richard Manuel) - live, Madison Square Garden, New York, 17 Jan 1998 (A), from the Not Dark Yet/Dylan Alive Japanese CD singles, 1999, also released on bobdylan.com
R-0278 Señor (Tales Of Yankee Power) - live, Lucca, Italy, 6 Jul 1998 (A), from the Not Dark Yet/Dylan Alive Japanese CD singles, 1999, also released on bobdylan.com
R-0279 Million Miles - live, Broome County Arena, Binghamton, NY, 19 Feb 1999 (A), from the 1999 promo CD single Million Miles: Live Recordings 1997-1999
R-0369 Friend Of The Devil (Robert Hunter-Jerry Garcia) live, Club Rio, Las Vegas, NV, 1 Mar 1999 (A), from the 2000 Arista album Stolen Roses: Songs Of The Grateful Dead
R-0435 Highlands - live, Santa Cruz Civic Auditorium, Santa Cruz, CA, 16 Mar 2000 (A), from a limited edition bonus CD single given away with The Best Of Bob Dylan Vol. 2 in the UK, May, 2000
R-0436 Blowin' In The Wind - live, Santa Cruz Civic Auditorium, Santa Cruz, CA, 16 Mar 2000 (A), from a limited edition bonus CD single given away with The Best Of Bob Dylan Vol. 2 in the UK, May, 2000
R-0443 Make You Feel My Love - live, Pauley Pavilion, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA, 21 May 1998 (A), from the Things Have Changed CD singles, Europe, 2000, also released on bobdylan.com
R-0444 Song To Woody - live, Santa Cruz Civic Auditorium, Santa Cruz, CA, 16 Mar 2000 (A), from the Things Have Changed CD singles, Europe, 2000
R-0466 Somebody Touched Me (traditional) - live, Portsmouth, England, 24 Sep 2000 (A), from the 2001 Japan-only album Bob Dylan Live 1961-2000: Thirty-Nine Years Of Great Concert Performances
R-0468 Country Pie - live, Portsmouth, England, 24 Sep 2000 (A), from the 2001 Japan-only album Bob Dylan Live 1961-2000: Thirty-Nine Years Of Great Concert Performances
R-0469 Things Have Changed - live, Portsmouth, England, 25 Sep 2000 (A), from the 2001 Japan-only album Bob Dylan Live 1961-2000: Thirty-Nine Years Of Great Concert Performances
Other Live Performances

Like the 1988 onwards performances from bobdylan.com that don't appear above, these additional performances from broadcasts have been officially recorded but not commercially released. They're all professional recordings.
R-0432 All Along The Watchtower - with Jack Bruce, recorded live in Seville, Spain, 17 Oct 1991, from the Global Satellite Network radio station discs Guitar Legends In Concert, broadcast Mar 1992

Part 3 (CD3)

R-0433 Shake, Rattle & Roll (Charles Calhoun) - with Keith Richards, recorded live in Seville, Spain, 17 Oct 1991, from the Global Satellite Network radio station discs Guitar Legends In Concert, broadcast Mar 1992
R-0429 It Takes A Lot To Laugh, It Takes A Train To Cry - from the MediaAmerica radio stations discs Woodstock '94: The Radio Show
R-0430 Don't Think Twice, It's All Right - from the MediaAmerica radio stations discs Woodstock '94: The Best Of The Rest, 1994
R-0431 Rainy Day Women #12 & 35 - from the MediaAmerica radio stations discs Woodstock '94: The Best Of The Rest, 1994


Bob Dylan's Early "Field Recordings"
A list of live recordings up to 1988 that have appeared on official "rarity" releases (audio and video). This excludes the recordings on the Duets CDs. For recordings after 1988 on the "Never Ending Tour", see the Field Recordings CDs

Part 1 (CD4)

R-0467 Handsome Molly (traditional) - live, Gaslight Club, New York, Oct 1962, from Bob Dylan Live: Thirty-Nine Years Of Great Concert Performances, SME Records (Sony Music Entertainment), Japan, Feb 2001
R-0316 Girl Of The North Country - recorded at WNBC Studios, New York, in Mar 1963 for the Oscar Brand radio show, from the Warner Bros. radio station disc The World Of Folk Music (Starring Oscar Brand), 1963
R-0317 Only A Hobo - recorded at WNBC Studios, New York, in Mar 1963 for the Oscar Brand radio show, from the Warner Bros. radio station disc The World Of Folk Music (Starring Oscar Brand), 1963
R-0022 Blowin' In The Wind - live at the Newport Folk Festival, Newport, RI, 26 Jul 1963, from Vanguard album Evening Concerts At Newport Vol. 1, 1964
R-0023 We Shall Overcome (Zilphia Horton/Frank Hamilton/Guy Carawan/Pete Seeger) - Bob performs with ensemble at the Newport Folk Festival, 26 Jul 1963, from the Vanguard album Evening Concerts At Newport Vol. 1, 1964
R-0024 Only A Pawn In Their Game - live, from the March on Washington, DC, 28 Aug 1963, from the 1963 Folkways album We Shall Overcome: Documentary Of The March On Washington and the early 1990s Folkways CD Tribute To Moses Asch
R-0561 Keep Your Eyes On The Prize (Len Chandler) - Bob and Joan Baez accompany Len Chandler, live from the March on Washington, 28 Aug 1963, from USA: Integration, a BBC radio station disc (UK), 1964
R-0294 To Ramona - reported as recorded live at The Oval, City Hall, Sheffield, England, 30 Apr 1965, from the DVD release of D.A. Pennebaker's 1965 film Don't Look Back, 2000. However, this performance is not the one Dylan collectors know to have taken place at Sheffield!
R-0295 The Lonesome Death Of Hattie Carroll - Royal Albert Hall, London, England, 10 May 1965, from the DVD release of D.A. Pennebaker's 1965 film Don't Look Back, 2000
R-0296 It's All Over Now, Baby Blue - Royal Albert Hall, London, England, 10 May 1965, from the DVD release of D.A. Pennebaker's 1965 film Don't Look Back, 2000
R-0297 Love Minus Zero/No Limit - reported as recorded live, City Hall, Newcastle, England, 6 May 1965 (mis-dated as 9 May 1965), from the DVD release of D.A. Pennebaker's 1965 film Don't Look Back, 2000. However, this performance is the one Dylan collectors know to have taken place at Sheffield, 30 Apr 1965!
R-0298 It Ain't Me, Babe - Royal Albert Hall, London, England, 10 May 1965, from the DVD release of D.A. Pennebaker's 1965 film Don't Look Back, 2000
R-0319 I Don't Believe You (She Acts Like We Never Have Met) - recorded in the UK, May 1966, with the Hawks, from the unreleased documentary "Eat The Document", released on the 1996 DVD/VHS boxed video set The Golden Age Of Rock 'N' Roll, also included in the Robbie Robertson documentary Going Home, Laserlight, 1994 (released on DVD in 1998)
R-0054 Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues - live at Liverpool with the Hawks, May 1966, B-side of I Want You single
R-0064 I Ain't Got No Home (Woody Guthrie) - with the Band, from the Tribute to Woody Guthrie album, recorded Jan 1968, released 1972
R-0065 Dear Mrs. Roosevelt (Woody Guthrie) - with the Band, from the Tribute to Woody Guthrie album, recorded Jan 1968, released 1972
R-0066 Grand Coulee Dam (Woody Guthrie) - with the Band, from the Tribute to Woody Guthrie album, recorded Jan 1968, released 1972. Now also available on the 2001 Japanese live compilation Bob Dylan Live 1961-2000: Thirty Nine Years Of Great Concert Performances
R-0067 This Train Is Bound For Glory (Woody Guthrie) - with the Band and the ensemble backing Arlo Guthrie, from the Tribute to Woody Guthrie album, recorded Jan 1968, released 1972
R-0068 This Land Is Your Land (Woody Guthrie) - with the Band and the ensemble, as from the Tribute to Woody Guthrie album, recorded Jan 1968, released 1972
R-0137 It Ain't Me Babe - live, Harvard Square Theatre, Cambridge, MA, 20 Nov 1975 from 4 Songs from Renaldo & Clara

Part 2 (CD5)

R-0138 Never Let Me Go (Joseph C. Scott) - duet with Joan Baez, live with the Rolling Thunder Revue, The Forum, Montreal, Canada, 4 Dec 1975, from 4 Songs from Renaldo and Clara
R-0203 Dead Man, Dead Man - live from New Orleans, 11 Nov 1981, B-side of Everything Is Broken single in 1989
R-0075 A Hard Rain's Gonna Fall - recorded live at the Concert for Bangladesh with George Harrison, Leon Russell and Ringo Starr, Madison Square Garden, New York, 1 Aug 1971 (evening show). This performance also appeared on a 1983 compilation from Columbia Brazil, The Legend
R-0076 It Takes A Lot To Laugh, It Takes A Train To Cry - from the Concert for Bangladesh, 1971
R-0077 Blowin' In The Wind - from the Concert for Bangladesh, 1971
R-0078 Mr. Tambourine Man - from the Concert for Bangladesh, 1971 (not included in the feature film now available on VHS and DVD)
R-0079 Just Like A Woman - from the Concert for Bangladesh, 1971
R-0476 Down In The Flood - recorded live with The Band at the Academy of Music in Brooklyn, New York City, 31 Dec 1971, bonus track on the 2001 reissue of the Band's Capitol album Rock Of Ages
R-0477 When I Paint My Masterpiece - recorded live with The Band at the Academy of Music in Brooklyn, New York City, 31 Dec 1971, bonus track on the 2001 reissue of the Band's Capitol album Rock Of Ages
R-0479 Like A Rolling Stone - recorded live with The Band at the Academy of Music in Brooklyn, New York City, 31 Dec 1971, bonus track on the 2001 reissue of the Band's Capitol album Rock Of Ages
R-0245 Tangled Up in Blue - live version with the Rolling Thunder Revue, Boston, MA, 21 Nov 1975 (evening show), from "Renaldo and Clara", 1975, the Polygram video Rolling Stone: 20 Years Of Rock, 1988, and the Columbia CD Plus version of Bob Dylan's Greatest Hits Vol. 3, 1996
R-0140 Baby Let Me Follow You Down (Rev Gary Davies, arr. Eric von Schmidt) - live with The Band, San Francisco, CA, Nov 1976, from their 1978 Warner Brothers album The Last Waltz, recorded San Francisco, CA, Nov 1976
R-0540 Hazel - recorded live with The Band, San Francisco, CA, Nov 1976, from the Rhino Records 4CD boxed set The Last Waltz, April 2002 (omitted from the 1978 Warner Bros release which contained R-0140 to R-0144)
R-0141 I Don't Believe You - live with The Band, San Francisco, CA, Nov 1976, from their 1978 Warner Brothers album The Last Waltz, recorded San Francisco, CA, Nov 1976
R-0142 Forever Young - live with The Band, San Francisco, CA, Nov 1976, from their 1978 Warner Brothers album The Last Waltz, recorded San Francisco, CA, Nov 1976
R-0143 Baby Let Me Follow You Down (Rev Gary Davies, arr. Eric von Schmidt) - reprise, live with The Band, San Francisco, CA, Nov 1976, from their 1978 Warner Brothers album The Last Waltz, recorded San Francisco, CA, Nov 1976
R-0144 I Shall Be Released - live with The Band and ensemble, San Francisco, CA, Nov 1976, from their 1978 Warner Brothers album The Last Waltz, recorded San Francisco, CA, Nov 1976

Part 3 (CD6)

R-0172 In The Garden - live from the HBO special Hard To Handle with Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers, also released on commercial VHS video, 1986
R-0173 Just Like A Woman - live from the HBO special Hard To Handle with Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers, also released on commercial VHS video, 1986
R-0174 Like A Rolling Stone - live from the HBO special Hard To Handle with Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers, also released on commercial VHS video, 1986
R-0175 It's Alright, Ma (I'm Only Bleeding) - live from the HBO special Hard To Handle with Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers, also released on commercial VHS video, 1986
R-0176 Girl Of The North Country - live from the HBO special Hard To Handle with Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers, also released on commercial VHS video, 1986
R-0177 Lenny Bruce - live from the HBO special Hard To Handle with Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers, also released on commercial VHS video, 1986
R-0178 When The Night Comes Falling From The Sky - live from the HBO special Hard To Handle with Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers, also released on commercial VHS video, 1986
R-0179 Ballad Of A Thin Man - live from the HBO special Hard To Handle with Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers, also released on commercial VHS video, 1986
R-0180 I'll Remember You - live from the HBO special Hard To Handle with Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers, also released on commercial VHS video, 1986
R-0181 Knockin' On Heaven's Door - live from the HBO special Hard To Handle with Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers, also released on commercial VHS video, 1986
R-0353 The Times They Are A-Changin'- recorded live at the Arena Di Verona, Italy, on 29 May 1984, from the Italian commercial video Tour Europeo - Arena Di Verona, 1989
R-0351 All Along The Watchtower - recorded live at the Arena Di Verona, Italy, on 28 May 1984, from the Italian commercial video Tour Europeo - Arena Di Verona, 1989
R-0352 Like A Rolling Stone - recorded live at the Arena Di Verona, Italy, on 29 May 1984, from the Italian commercial video Tour Europeo - Arena Di Verona, 1989
R-0354 Blowin' In The Wind- recorded live at the Arena Di Verona, Italy, on 29 May 1984, from the Italian commercial video Tour Europeo - Arena Di Verona, 1989
R-0350 Jokerman - recorded live at the Arena Di Verona, Italy, on 28 May 1984, from the Italian commercial video Tour Europeo - Arena Di Verona, 1989

Other Live Appearances

Like the 1962-1987 performances from bobdylan.com that don't appear above, these additional performances have been officially recorded but not commercially released.

Part 1 (CD7)

R-0371 Dusty Old Fairgrounds - live 12 Apr 1963, Town Hall, New York, from the unreleased 1964 Columbia album Bob Dylan In Concert
R-0372 John Brown - live 12 Apr 1963, Town Hall, New York, from the unreleased 1964 Columbia album Bob Dylan In Concert
R-0375 Bob Dylan's New Orleans Rag - live 12 Apr 1963, Town Hall, New York, from the unreleased 1964 Columbia album Bob Dylan In Concert
R-0386 Red Wing Reform School [The Walls Of Red Wing] - live 12 Apr 1963, Town Hall, New York, surfaced in 1980 on unreleased Columbia acetates
R-0388 Who Killed Davey Moore? - 12 Apr 1963, Town Hall, New York, surfaced in 1980 on unreleased Columbia acetates (the version on The Bootleg Series Vols. 1-3 is from Carnegie Hall, New York, 26 Oct 1963, this was also on the acetates)
R-0370 Lay Down Your Weary Tune - live 26 Oct 1963, Carnegie Hall, New York, from the unreleased 1964 Columbia album Bob Dylan In Concert, also surfaced in 1980 on unreleased Columbia acetates
R-0373 When The Ship Comes In - live 26 Oct 1963, Carnegie Hall, New York, from the unreleased 1964 Columbia album Bob Dylan In Concert
R-0374 Percy's Song [Turn Turn Turn] - live 26 Oct 1963, Carnegie Hall, New York, from the unreleased 1964 Columbia album Bob Dylan In Concert, also surfaced in 1980 on unreleased Columbia acetates
R-0376 Seven Curses - live 26 Oct 1963, Carnegie Hall, New York, from the unreleased 1964 Columbia album Bob Dylan In Concert
R-0387 All Over You [If I Had To Do It All Over Again (I'd Do It All Over You)] - live 12 Apr 1963, Town Hall, New York, surfaced in 1980 on unreleased Columbia acetates
R-0041 All I Really Want To Do - recorded live at Newport Folk Festival, 26 Jul 1964, from "Festival" movie, 1967
R-0389 You Gotta Go [If You Gotta Go, Go Now] - live, Philharmonic Hall New York, 31 Oct 1964, surfaced in 1980 on unreleased Columbia acetates
R-0397 Never Have Met [I Don't Believe You (She Acts Like We Never Have Met)] - recorded live, Philharmonic Hall New York, 31 Oct 1964, surfaced in 1980 on unreleased Columbia acetates
R-0398 Mr. Tambourine Man - recorded live, Philharmonic Hall New York, 31 Oct 1964, surfaced in 1980 on unreleased Columbia acetates
R-0399 A Hard Rain's A-Gonna Fall - recorded live, Philharmonic Hall New York, 31 Oct 1964, surfaced in 1980 on unreleased Columbia acetates
(The above four songs have now been released on The Bootleg Series Vol. 6: Live 1964)

Part 2 (CD8)

R-0400 Gates of Eden - recorded live, Philharmonic Hall New York, 31 Oct 1964, surfaced in 1980 on unreleased Columbia acetates
R-0402 Don't Think Twice, It's All Right - live, City Hall, Newcastle, England, 6 May 1965, from the soundtrack of the film Don't Look Back and from Clayton Webster Corporation radio station discs D. A. Pennebaker, Rock's Cinematographer, Retro Rock Shows, broadcast 1981
R-0404 It's Alright, Ma (I'm Only Bleeding) - live, Royal Albert Hall, London, England, 10 May 1965, from the soundtrack of the film Don't Look Back and from Clayton Webster Corporation radio station discs D. A. Pennebaker, Rock's Cinematographer, Retro Rock Shows, broadcast 1981
R-0405 Talking World War III Blues - live, Royal Albert Hall, London, England, 10 May 1965, from the soundtrack of the film Don't Look Back and from Clayton Webster Corporation radio station discs D. A. Pennebaker, Rock's Cinematographer, Retro Rock Shows, broadcast 1981
R-0407 She Belongs To Me - live, Royal Albert Hall, London, England, 26 May 1966, from The Gelston Acetates
R-0408 4th Time Around - live, Royal Albert Hall, London, England, 26 May 1966, from The Gelston Acetates
R-0409 Leopard-Skin Pill-Box Hat - live, Royal Albert Hall, London, England, 26 May 1966, from The Gelston Acetates
R-0410 One Too Many Mornings - live, Royal Albert Hall, London, England, 26 May 1966, from The Gelston Acetates
R-0411 Ballad Of A Thin Man - live, Royal Albert Hall, London, England, 26 May 1966, from The Gelston Acetates
R-0412 She Belongs To Me - live, Royal Albert Hall, London, England, 27 May 1966, from The Gelston Acetates
R-0413 4th Time Around - live, Royal Albert Hall, London, England, 27 May 1966, from The Gelston Acetates
R-0414 It's All Over Now, Baby Blue - live, Royal Albert Hall, London, England, 27 May 1966, from The Gelston Acetates
R-0415 Visions of Johanna - live, Royal Albert Hall, London, England, 27 May 1966, from The Gelston Acetates

Part 3 (CD9)

R-0416 Desolation Row - live, Royal Albert Hall, London, England, 27 May 1966, from The Gelston Acetates
R-0417 Just Like A Woman - live, Royal Albert Hall, London, England, 27 May 1966, from The Gelston Acetates
R-0418 Mr. Tambourine Man (incomplete) - live, Royal Albert Hall, London, England, 27 May 1966, from The Gelston Acetates
R-0183 Positively 4th Street - live with Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers, from the Westwood One Radio Broadcast Superstars In Concert, 1986
R-0184 All Along The Watchtower - live with Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers, from the Westwood One Radio Broadcast Superstars In Concert, 1986
R-0185 Masters Of War - live with Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers, from the Westwood One Radio Broadcast Superstars In Concert, 1986
R-0186 I Forgot More Than You'll Ever Know (Cecil A. Null) - live with Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers, from the Westwood One Radio Broadcast Superstars In Concert, 1986
R-0187 Blowin' In The Wind - live with Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers, from the Westwood One Radio Broadcast Superstars In Concert, 1986
R-0188 That Lucky Old Sun (Haven Gillespie-Beasley Smith) - live with Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers, from the Westwood One Radio Broadcast Superstars In Concert, 1986
R-0428 It Ain't Me, Babe - live with Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers, from the repeated Westwood One Radio Broadcast Superstars In Concert, Feb 1999 (not included in the 1986 broadcast)
Duets with Bob
A list of recordings from 1962 onwards where Bob has appeared with other artists on official releases.

Part 1 (CD10)

R-0324 Acne ( Eric von Schmidt) - live with Ramblin' Jack Elliott, recorded at the Riverside Church, New York, on 29th July, 1961 for the WRVR radio programme "Saturday Of Folk Music" and broadcast the same day, from the 2000 Vanguard soundtrack album The Ballad of Ramblin' Jack
R-0377 Blowin' In The Wind - live with Joan Baez, Forest Hills, New York, 17 Aug 1963, appeared on a acetate in late 1963/early 1964
R-0219 Troubled And I Don't Know Why - live with Joan Baez, Forest Hills, New York, 17 Aug 1963, from her Vanguard boxed set Rare, Live & Classic, 1993, also appeared on a acetate in late 1963/early 1964
R-0020 Ye Playboys & Playgirls - live with Pete Seeger at the Newport Folk Festival, Newport, RI, 27 Jul 1963, from the Vanguard album Newport Broadsides (Topical Songs), 1964
R-0021 With God On Our Side - live with Joan Baez at the Newport Folk Festival, Newport, RI, 28 Jul 1963, from the Vanguard album Newport Broadsides (Topical Songs), 1964
R-0252 It Ain't Me, Babe - live with Joan Baez at the Newport Folk Festival, Newport, RI, 24 Jul 1964, from the Vanguard album Joan Baez Live At Newport, 1997
R-0253 With God On Our Side - live with Joan Baez at the Newport Folk Festival, Newport, RI, 26 Jul 1964, from the Vanguard album Joan Baez Live At Newport, 1997
R-0220 Mama, You've Been On My Mind - live with Joan Baez, Philharmonic Hall, New York City, 31 Oct 1964, from her Vanguard boxed set Rare, Live & Classic, 1993. now released on The Bootleg Series Vol. 6 - Bob Dylan Live 1964: The Philharmonic Hall Concert, Mar 2004
R-0069 A Thousand Miles Behind [One Too Many Mornings] - Bob and Johnny duetting in the film and video Johnny Cash: The Man, His World, His Music, 1969
R-0074 Nashville Skyline Rag - Earl Scruggs on banjo and Bob on guitar, from the Columbia album Earl Scruggs Performing With His Family & Friends, 1971
R-0445 East Virginia Blues [traditional] - performed by Bob and Earl Scruggs in the National Education TV programme Earl Scruggs' Festival Of Music, broadcast 1971, but also available in the USA in the early 1990s on commercial video
R-0088 Wallflower - Bob shares lead vocal and plays guitar for Doug Sahm on the Atlantic album Doug Sahm & Band, 1972
R-0089-2 Blues Stay Away From Me (Alton & Rabon Delmore-Wayne Raney-Henry Glover) - Bob plays guitar and provides backup vocals

R-0122 Sign Language - Bob duets with Eric Clapton on his otherwise unreleased song from Eric's 1976 RSO album No Reason To Cry
R-0221 Blowin' In The Wind - live with Joan Baez in the Rolling Thunder Revue, Fort Collins, CO, 23 May 1976, from her Vanguard boxed set Rare, Live & Classic, 1993
R-0123 Buckets Of Rain - Bob shares vocals with Bette Midler on this track from her 1976 Atlantic album Songs For The New Depression
R-0216 Heartland (Bob Dylan/Willie Nelson) - Bob duets with Willie on this co-written song from Willie's 1993 Columbia album Across The Borderline, which was also included in 1995 on Willie's Columbia Legacy 3CD boxed set Revolutions Of Time: The Journey 1975-1993
R-0490 Pancho And Lefty (Townes Van Zandt) - live duet with Willie Nelson, from the Columbia House VHS video Willie Nelson: The Big Six-O - An All-Star Birthday Celebration, 1993
R-0227 Ballad Of Hollis Brown - Bob sings to Mike Seeger's accompaniment on Mike's Rounder Records album Third Annual Farewell Reunion, 1995
R-0264 Interfere (Ronnie Wood) - with Ronnie Wood, Ian McLagen and Willie Weeks, instrumental recorded at Ron Wood's home studio, Sandymount, County Kildare, Ireland, early 1996, on a bonus 4-track CD from Ronnie Wood's book Ron Wood On Canvas: Every Picture Tells A Story, Genesis Publications, UK, 1998

Part 2 (CD11)

R-0517 King Of Kings - a previously unreleased instrumental with Ronnie Wood and Bob on guitars, presumably recorded at Ron Wood's home studio, Sandymount, County Kildare, Ireland, 1996, from Ronnie Wood's album Not For Beginners, Nov 2001
R-0266 The Lonesome River (Ralph & Carter Stanley) - with Ralph Stanley, from his Rebel Records album Clinch Mountain Country, 1998
R-0275 Chimes Of Freedom - new version with Joan Osborne, recorded Oct 1998, from the Mercury soundtrack album of the TV mini-series The '60s, 1999

Other Guest Appearances

R-0544 Man Of Peace - recorded with the Grateful Dead during rehearsals at Club Front, San Rafael, CA, 9 Jun 1987, from the Grateful Dead Records/Arista album Postcards Of The Hanging: The Grateful Dead Play The Music Of Bob Dylan, 2002
R-0235 The Wicked Messenger - Bob sings vocals with the Grateful Dead from 1987 on The Dead Play Dylan, Red Robin (Germany), 1994
R-0236 The Times They Are A-Changin' - Bob sings vocals with the Grateful Dead from 1987 on The Dead Play Dylan, Red Robin (Germany), 1994,
R-0217 Mr. Tambourine Man - with the Byrds, recorded at the Roy Orbison Tribute Concert, Feb 1990, from their Columbia Legacy boxed set The Byrds, 1990
R-0325 Don't Think Twice It's Alright - recorded at Madison Square Gardens, New York with Eric Clapton and his band, 30 Jun 1999, from video and DVD Eric Clapton and Friends In Concert, Warner Music Vision/Reprise, 2000
R-0326 Crossroads (Robert Johnson/Eric Clapton) - with Eric Clapton and his band, recorded at Madison Square Gardens, New York with Eric Clapton and his band, 30 Jun 1999, from video and DVD Eric Clapton and Friends In Concert, Warner Music Vision/Reprise, 2000

Bonus tracks:

R-0521 Interfere (Ronnie Wood) - with Ronnie Wood, Ian McLagen and Willie Weeks, instrumental recorded at Ron Wood's home studio, Sandymount, County Kildare, Ireland, 1996
This is a longer version (4:39) of R-0264, released on a CD included with Ronnie's book of paintings Ron Wood On Canvas: Every Picture Tells A Story, see 1998. This version has a longer intro and has been overdubbed by Scotty Moore, D. J. Fontana and Ian Jennings in addition to the original performers of Ronnie and Bob, Ian McLagan and Willie Weeks
The Grateful Dead - "The Grateful Dead Hour #705" - Syndicated Radio Show CD (USA), for broadcast during week of 25 Mar 2002:
R-0567 Stealin' (Will Shade) - recorded with the Grateful Dead during rehearsals at Club Front, San Rafael, CA, Jun 1987, previously unreleased
R-0568 Oh Boy (West/Petty/Tilghman) - recorded as R-0567, previously unreleased
R-0569 John Brown - recorded as R-0567, previously unreleased
R-0570 Folsom Prison Blues (Johnny Cash) - recorded as R-0567, previously unreleased
R-0571 Gotta Serve Somebody - recorded as R-0567, previously unreleased
R-0572 Hideaway (Freddie King)/C C Rider (Chuck Willis) - medley recorded as R-0567, previously unreleased

Bob Dylan's Compilations
A list of appearances by Bob on official various artists compilations, including film soundtrack albums and tributes.

Part 1 (CD12)

R-0516 Roll On John (Traditional) - performed by Bob during an interview with Cynthia Gooding for the "Folksinger's Choice" WBAI radio programme, recorded early 1962, in New York City, and released on the Smithsonian Folkways album There Is No Eye: Music For Photographs, Nov 2001
R-0025 Talkin' Devil - Broadside version, from the Folkways album Broadside Ballads Vol. 1, 1963
R-0026 John Brown - original Broadside version, from the Folkways album Broadside Ballads Vol. 1, 1963, now available on the Smithsonian/Folkways CD boxed set, The Best of Broadside 1962-1988, 2000
R-0027 Only A Hobo - Broadside version, from the Folkways album Broadside Ballads Vol. 1, 1963, alternate version to the one released on The Bootleg Series Vols. 1-3
R-0028 I Will Not Go Down Under The Ground [Let Me Die in My Footsteps] - Broadside version with Happy Traum, from the Folkways album Broadside Ballads Vol. 1, 1963, alternate version to the one released on The Bootleg Series Vols. 1-3
R-0080 Train A-Travelin' - from the Folkways album Broadside Ballads Vol. 6: Broadside Reunion, recorded 1962-63, released 1971
R-0081 (I'd Hate To Be You On That) Dreadful Day - from the Folkways album Broadside Ballads Vol. 6: Broadside Reunion, recorded 1962-63, released 1971
R-0082 The Death Of Emmett Till - from the Folkways album Broadside Ballads Vol. 6: Broadside Reunion, recorded 1962-63, released 1971
R-0083 The Ballad Of Donald White - from the Folkways album Broadside Ballads Vol. 6: Broadside Reunion, recorded 1962-63, released 1971, now also on the Smithsonian Folkways CD boxed set, The Best of Broadside 1962-1988, 2000
R-0182 Band Of The Hand - with The Heartbreakers, theme tune from film of the same name, on MCA singles and soundtrack album, 1986
R-0201 People Get Ready (Curtis Mayfield) - from the Flashback OST album on WTG Records,1989
R-0202 Pretty Boy Floyd (Woody Guthrie) - from the Columbia Woody Guthrie/Leadbelly tribute album Folkways: A Vision Shared, 1988, also on the 1993 Japanese promo CD Mr. D's Collection # 3.
R-0213 This Old Man (Traditional) - from the Walt Disney Records children's charity album For Our Children, 1991
R-0489 Hard Times (Stephen Foster) - from the Columbia House VHS video Willie Nelson: The Big Six-O - An All-Star Birthday Celebration, 1993
R-0231 You Belong To Me (Pee Wee King-Red Stewart-Chilton Price) from the Natural Born Killers OST album, Nothing/Interscope, 1994
R-0243 Boogie Woogie Country Girl (Doc Pomus/Reginald Ashby) - from the Doc Pomus tribute album 'Til The Night Is Gone, Rhino, 1995
R-0247 Ring Of Fire (Johnny Cash) - from the Feeling Minnesota soundtrack album, Atlantic, 1996, recorded specially for the album
R-0258 My Blue-Eyed Jane (Jimmie Rodgers/Lulu Belle White) - from The Songs Of Jimmie Rodgers tribute album, Egyptian Records, 1997
R-0250 Shelter From The Storm - alternate version with extra verse, out-take from the Blood On The Tracks sessions, 1974, from the Jerry Maguire soundtrack album, Epic, 1997
R-0273 Dignity - original Oh Mercy out-take produced by Daniel Lanois (not the 1994 Brendan O'Brien remixed version for Greatest Hits Vol. 3) from the 550 Music/Sony Music Soundtrax compilation Touched By An Angel: The Album, 1998. Now also on the 2000 European/Japanese Columbia compilations The Best Of Bob Dylan Vol. 2
R-0299 Things Have Changed - original song from film soundtrack of Wonder Boys, also on European compilation The Best Of Bob Dylan Vol. 2, 2000 and European/Japanese 2000 singles
R-0464 Return To Me [Ritorna A Me] (Danny Di Minno/Carmen Lombardo) - from the Sopranos 2 TV series soundtrack album, Play Tone/Columbia (USA), Mar 2001
Part 2 (CD3)
R-0512 I Can't Get You Off Of My Mind (Hank Williams) - from the Hank Williams tribute album Timeless, Lost Highway Records (USA), Sep 2001
R-0470 A Red Cadillac And A Black Moustache (W.B. Thompson/L. May) - from Sun Records tribute album Good Rockin' Tonight, Sire (USA), Oct 2001
R-0552 Waitin' For You - new Dylan composition exclusive to original film soundtrack, Divine Secrets Of The Ya-Ya Sisterhood, DMZ Records/Sony (USA), May 2002
R-0554 Train Of Love (Johnny Cash) - from Kindred Spirits: A Tribute To The Songs Of Johnny Cash, Lucky Dog/Sony Nashville (USA), Sep 2002

Bob "On The Side"!
A list of recordings from 1962 onwards where Bob has appeared on other artists' official releases.

Part 1 (CD13)

R-0001 Midnight Special (Huddie Ledbetter - "Leadbelly") - Bob plays harmonica for Harry Belafonte on the title track of his 1962 RCA album. The track has also appeared on many Harry Belafonte compilation albums from 1972 to 2000.
R-0002 I'll Fly Away (Albert E. Brumley) - Bob plays harmonica for Carolyn Hester on her first Columbia album, 1962
R-0003 Come Back, Baby (traditional) - Bob plays harmonica for Carolyn Hester on her first Columbia album, 1962
R-0004 Swing And Turn Jubilee (traditional) - Bob plays harmonica for Carolyn Hester on her first Columbia album, 1962.
R-0005 Sitting On Top Of The World (Walter Jacobs/Lonnie Chatman) - Bob supplies harmonica and backup vocals for Victoria Spivey and Big Joe Williams on the 1964 album Three Kings And The Queen
R-0006 Wichita Blues (Big Joe Williams) - Bob plays harmonica for Victoria Spivey and Big Joe Williams on the 1964 album Three Kings And The Queen
R-0086 Big Joe, Dylan & Victoria (Big Joe Williams) - Bob plays harmonica for Big Joe Williams and Victoria Spivey, from the album with them, Roosevelt Sykes, Lonnie Johnson and Memphis Slim Kings And The Queen, Vol. 2, recorded 1962 released 1972
R-0087 It's Dangerous (Victoria Spivey) - Bob plays harmonica for Victoria Spivey, from the album with her, Big Joe Williams, Roosevelt Sykes, Lonnie Johnson and Memphis Slim Kings And The Queen, Vol. 2, recorded 1962, released 1972
R-0458 Paths Of Victory - Bob is rumoured to sing backup vocals on this cover version by The Broadside Singers from the 1964 Folkways album Broadside Ballads Vol. 3: The Broadside Singers, now also available on The Best Of Broadside 1962-1988, Smithsonian Folkways Records, 2000
R-0011 Glory, Glory (traditional) - Bob supplies harmonica and back-up vocals to Richard Fariña and Eric von Schmidt from their 1964 Folklore album Dick Fariña & Eric von Schmidt
R-0012 You Can Always Tell (Furry Lewis) - Bob supplies harmonica and back-up vocals to Richard Fariña and Eric von Schmidt from their 1964 Folklore album Dick Fariña & Eric von Schmidt
R-0013 Xmas Island (Richard Fariña) - Bob supplies harmonica and back-up vocals to Richard Fariña and Eric von Schmidt from their 1964 Folklore album Dick Fariña & Eric von Schmidt
R-0014 Cocaine [Cocaine Blues] (traditional) - Bob supplies harmonica and back-up vocals to Richard Fariña and Eric von Schmidt from their 1964 Folklore album Dick Fariña & Eric von Schmidt
R-0015 London Waltz (Richard Fariña) - Bob supplies harmonica and back-up vocals to Richard Fariña and Eric von Schmidt from their 1964 Folklore album Dick Fariña & Eric von Schmidt
R-0016 Overseas Stomp (Jab Jones-Will Shade) - Bob supplies harmonica and back-up vocals to Richard Fariña and Eric von Schmidt from their 1964 Folklore album Dick Fariña & Eric von Schmidt
R-0019 Will The Circle Be Unbroken (traditional) - Bob appears on Ramblin' Jack Elliott's Vanguard album Jack Elliott as "Tedham Porterhouse" playing harmonica, 1964
R-0038 Downtown Blues (Geoff Muldaur) - Bob plays piano as "Bob Landy" on the Elektra album Blues Project, 1964
R-0056 You Can't Tell A Book By Its Cover (Willie Dixon) - from Tom Rush's 1966 Elektra album Take A Little Walk With Me, Bob is reputed to be the "Roosevelt Gook" playing piano, although others say it was Al Kooper getting a second musician's fee!
R-0057 Who Do You Love? (Elias McDaniels - "Bo Diddley") - from Tom Rush's 1966 Elektra album Take A Little Walk With Me, Bob is reputed to be the "Roosevelt Gook" playing piano
R-0058 Love's Made A Fool Of You (Buddy Holly- Wes Montgomery) - from Tom Rush's 1966 Elektra album Take A Little Walk With Me, Bob is reputed to be the "Roosevelt Gook" playing piano
R-0059 Too Much Monkey Business (Chuck Berry) - from Tom Rush's 1966 Elektra album Take A Little Walk With Me, Bob is reputed to be the "Roosevelt Gook" playing piano
R-0060 Money Honey (Jesse Stone) - from Tom Rush's 1966 Elektra album Take A Little Walk With Me, Bob is reputed to be the "Roosevelt Gook" playing piano
R-0061 On The Road Again (Tom Rush - not a cover of the Dylan song) - from Tom Rush's 1966 Elektra album Take A Little Walk With Me, Bob is reputed to be the "Roosevelt Gook" playing piano
R-0157 Going To San Diego (Allen Ginsberg) - Bob contributes vocals and plays guitar, piano and organ, recorded New York, Nov 1971, from Allen Ginsberg's album First Blues, John Hammond Records, 1983
R-0158 Jimmy Berman Rag (Allen Ginsberg-Bob Dylan) - Bob contributes vocals and plays guitar, piano and organ, recorded New York, Nov 1971, first released on Disconnected - The Dial-A-Poem Poets Double, Giorno Poetry Systems (USA), 1974, also on Allen Ginsberg's album First Blues, John Hammond Records, 1983
R-0159 Vomit Express (Allen Ginsberg-Bob Dylan) - Bob contributes vocals and plays guitar, piano and organ, recorded New York, Nov 1971, from Allen Ginsberg's album First Blues, John Hammond Records, 1983, also on Allen Ginsberg's 1994 CD boxed set Holy Soul Jelly Roll: Poems And Songs 1949-1993

Part 2 (CD14)

R-0224 A Dream (William Blake-Allen Ginsberg) - recorded Nov 1971, Bob plays guitar and contributes vocals to this poem by William Blake set to music from Allen Ginsberg's Rhino World Beat boxed set Holy Soul Jelly Roll: Poems And Songs 1949-1993, 1994
R-0225 September On Jessore Road (Allen Ginsberg-Bob Dylan) - recorded Nov 1971, Bob plays piano, organ, acoustic and electric guitars on this track which originally appeared on a flexi disc given away with "Sing Out!" magazine in 1972, and then on Allen Ginsberg's Rhino World Beat boxed set Holy Soul Jelly Roll: Poems And Songs 1949-1993, 1994
R-0478 Don't Ya Tell Henry - recorded live with The Band at the Academy of Music in Brooklyn, New York City, 31 Dec 1971 (Bob on guitar and background vocals), bonus track on the 2001 reissue of the Band's Capitol album Rock Of Ages
R-0073 Sammy's Song (David Bromberg) - Bob plays harmonica on David Bromberg's self-titled Columbia album, 1972
R-0090 (Is Anybody Going To) San Antone? (Dave Kirby-Glen Martin) - Bob provides backup vocals for Doug Sahm on the Atlantic album Doug Sahm & Band, 1972
R-0091 Me And Paul (Willie Nelson) - Bob plays harmonica and organ for Doug Sahm on the Atlantic album Doug Sahm & Band, 1972
R-0092 Faded Love (Hopwood Ascheberg-J R Wills) - Bob plays organ for Doug Sahm on the Atlantic album Doug Sahm & Band, 1972
R-0214 Dealer's Blues (Doug Sahm) - Bob plays organ for Doug Sahm on the 1972 Atlantic album Doug Sahm & Band
R-0105 Tennessee Blues (Bobby Charles) - Bob plays harmonica (uncredited) for Doug Sahm on his Texas Tornado album, Atlantic, 1973 - recorded Oct 1972 at Doug Sahm & Band sessions
R-0093 Somebody's Else's Troubles (Steve Goodman) - Bob plays piano and provides harmony vocals for Steve Goodman on the title track of his Buddah album, 1973
R-0111 Election Year Rag (Steve Goodman) - an out-take from the late 1972 Somebody Else's Troubles sessions, Bob plays piano and provides harmony vocals for Steve Goodman on the Buddah compilation The Essential Steve Goodman, 1974
R-0281 Miss O'Dell (George Harrison) - Bob is rumoured to be the harmonica player on this B-side of George Harrison's 1973 Apple single Give Me Love (Give Me Peace On Earth)
R-0094 The Crippled Crow (Donna Weiss) - Bob plays harmonica for Booker T. and Priscilla Jones on their A&M album Chronicles, 1973
R-0095 I'm So Restless (Roger McGuinn) - Bob plays harmonica and gets a name check in the lyrics on this song from Roger McGuinn, Columbia, 1973
R-0151 Ain't That Loving You (D. Malone) - Bob is reputed to play on this track on the Sir Douglas Band's Atlantic album Texas Tornado, 1973
R-0152 I'll Be There (Dave Burgess) - Bob plays guitar on this track on the Sir Douglas Band's Atlantic album Texas Tornado, 1973
R-0106 Stormy Weather Cowboy (Barry Goldberg) - Bob contributes back-up vocals for Barry Goldberg on his self-titled Atco album, 1973
R-0107 It's Not The Spotlight (Gerry Goffin-Barry Goldberg)- Bob plays percussion and contributes back-up vocals for Barry Goldberg on his self-titled Atco album, 1973
R-0108 Silver Moon (Barry Goldberg-[Robert?] Hunter) - Bob contributes back-up vocals for Barry Goldberg on his self-titled Atco album, 1973

Part 3 (CD15)

R-0109 Minstrel Show (Barry Goldberg) - Bob contributes back-up vocals for Barry Goldberg on his self-titled Atco album, 1973
R-0110 Big City Woman (Barry Goldberg) - Bob contributes back-up vocals for Barry Goldberg on his self-titled Atco album, 1973
R-0121 Who Love (If Not You Love) (David Blue) - Bob plays harmonica on this track from David Blue's Asylum album, Com'n Back For More, 1975
R-0135 Don't Go Home With Your Hard On (Leonard Cohen) - Bob contributes backup vocals to the chorus on this track from the Leonard Cohen album Death Of A Ladies' Man, Columbia 1977
R-0153 Pledge My Head To Heaven (Keith Green) - Bob plays harmonica for Keith Green on this track from his gospel album So You Wanna Go Back To Egypt, Pretty Good Records, 1980
R-0226 Airplane Blues (Allen Ginsberg) - recorded Feb 1982, Bob plays bass on this track from Allen Ginsberg's Rhino World Beat boxed set Holy Soul Jelly Roll: Poems And Songs 1949-1993, 1994
R-0452 Rising Sun (Hufsteter/Larriva/Marsico/Quintana) - Bob plays harmonica for the Cruzados, 1983, from the album Cruzados - Unreleased Early Recordings, 2000
R-0163 Go Away Little Boy - Bob plays rhythm guitar and probably harmonica on Lone Justice's version of one of his unreleased compositions (an out-take from Empire Burlesque): this track was only originally available as a bonus track on the B-side of the European 12" version of their 1984 Geffen single Sweet Sweet Baby (I'm Falling), but was released on CD in 1999 in a remixed version (R-0274)
R-0164 We Are the World (Michael Jackson-Lionel Ritchie) - Bob contributes vocals to charity single, Columbia, 1985
R-0170 (Ain't Gonna Play) Sun City (Miami Steve Van Zandt) - Bob contributes vocals to this 7" single version (4:58), Manhattan, 1985
R-0189 Street Rock (Kurtis Blow-Bill Black-Tashim) - Bob contributes "rap" vocals to this track from Kurtis Blow's album Kingdom Blow, Mercury, 1986
R-0318 Jammin' Me (Tom Petty-Bob Dylan) - Bob Dylan is rumoured to play guitar on this co-composition from Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers' MCA album Let Me Up I've Had Enough, 1986
R-0190 The Factory (Warren Zevon) - Bob plays harmonica on this track from Warren Zevon's album Sentimental Hygiene, Virgin America, 1987
R-0199 Love Rescue Me (Bono-Bob Dylan) - Bob plays harmonica and provides backing vocals for U2 on their Rattle & Hum album, Island, 1988
R-0200 Hawkmoon 259 (Bono) - Bob plays organ for U2 on their Rattle & Hum album, Island, 1988
R-0215 Boots Of Spanish Leather - Bob plays harmonica for Nanci Griffith on her Elektra album Other Voices, Other Rooms, 1993

Part 4 (CD3)

R-0218 Trust Yourself - Bob contributes backing vocals to Carlene Carter's cover which first appeared on a Giant CD single Sweet Meant To Be distributed with the album Little Love Letters in 1993, on her 1996 Giant Records album Hindsight 20/20, and later on the 1997 BMG Various Artists compilations What's New Vol. 16.and May Your Song Always Be Sung
R-0460 Man In The Long Black Coat - Bob is rumoured to play guitar and supply vocals on this version by Emerson, Lake & Palmer from their 1994 Victory album In The Hot Seat (re-released by Polygram International, 2000)
R-0228 Just Like A Woman - Bob plays guitar and harmonica on Stevie Nicks' cover from her album Street Angel, Modern Records, 1994
R-0248 Tragedy Of The Trade (Bob Dylan-Gerry Goffin-Barry Goldberg) - Bob provides vocals and guitar to this co-composition from Gerry's Genes album Back Room Blood, 1996
R-0249 Time To End This Masquerade (Bob Dylan-Gerry Goffin) - Bob provides vocals and guitar to this co-composition from Gerry's Genes album Back Room Blood, 1996
Mr. D's Collection 2001
A list of commercially-released tracks from Columbia that are not available on CD in the USA.
This list doesn't include:
• The 1973 Dylan album
• Live performances - these are on the Early Field Recordings CDs (up to 1989) and the Field Recordings CDs (after 1989 during the "Never Ending Tour")
• The Travelling Wilburys releases on Warner Bros Records
• Studio performances that have appeared on the "Performances" page at bobdylan.com and the Sony Custom Mix CD web-site.
• Duets with other artists, live or studio - these are on the Duets CDs
• Bob's appearances supporting other artists - these are on the Sideman CDs.

Part 1 (CD16)

R-0240 Wade In The Water (traditional) - from the "Minnesota Hotel Tape", Minneapolis, MN, 22 Dec 1961, an excerpt appeared on the 1995 Highway 61 Interactive CD-ROM, available in full on the 2001 Japanese live compilation Bob Dylan Live 1961-2000: Thirty Nine Years Of Great Concert Performances
R-0514 I Was Young When I Left Home (traditional) - from the "Minnesota Hotel Tape", Minneapolis, MN, 22 Dec 1961, on limited edition of "Love And Theft", Sep 2001
R-0280 Mixed Up Confusion - alternate take of Bob's first single, released on the 1985 edition of Biograph and now replaced by a stereo version of the original mono take
R-0008 Corrina, Corrina (traditional) - B-side of Bob's first single, alternate take to Freewheelin' version
R-0515 The Times They Are A-Changin' - alternate take recorded Columbia Studios, New York, Oct 1963, on limited edition of "Love And Theft", Sep 2001
R-0241 House Of The Rising Sun (traditional) - electric version, 1964 overdub by Tom Wilson with Bob not present, from the now out-of-print 1995 Highway 61 Interactive Columbia/Graphix Zone CD-ROM
R-0044 Can You Please Crawl Out Your Window? - early version released by mistake in July 1965 as Positively 4th St!
R-0046 From A Buick 6 - alternate take with harmonica intro from the first US stereo pressing of Highway 61 Revisited and also the Japanese stereo LP
R-0055 If You Gotta Go, Go Now - single released in Benelux countries only, Jul 1967 with a group called The Poppies singing backup vocals on the choruses, different from the version released on The Bootleg Series Vols. 1-3, 1991
R-0072 Spanish Is The Loving Tongue (Charles Badger Clark/Billy Simon) - B-side of Watching The River Flow single, Jun 1971, solo version (authorised by Bob), not band version from 1973 Dylan album (not authorised by Bob)
R-0084 George Jackson - "Big Band" version from 1971 single

Part 2 (CD17)

R-0085 George Jackson - Acoustic version from 1971 single
R-0130 Rita May - Desire out-take, B-side of the Stuck Inside Of Mobile With The Memphis Blues Again single from Hard Rain, 1976
R-0136 People Get Ready (Curtis Mayfield) - with the Rolling Thunder Revue, from the promo 12" single 4 Songs From Renaldo & Clara, 1978
R-0150 Trouble In Mind - B-side of a 1979 Brazilian single, Slow Train Coming out-take - this release had the full song unlike the versions released elsewhere, where one verse was edited out
R-0154 Let It Be Me (Pierre Delanoe/Gilbert Becaud/M. Curtis) - B-side of Heart Of Mine single, Jul 1981, Shot Of Love out-take recorded May 1981 - not the version from Self Portrait
R-0156 Angel Flying Too Close to the Ground (Willie Nelson) - Infidels out-take released as single B-side in 1983
R-0191 The Usual (John Hiatt) - from the Hearts Of Fire soundtrack album, 1987, and also on promo cassettes of Down In The Groove, 1988
R-0192 Night After Night - from the Hearts Of Fire soundtrack album, 1987
R-0194 Important Words (Gene Vincent/Bill Davis) - from promo cassettes of Down In The Groove, 1988
R-0196 Got Love If You Want It (James Moore) - from promo cassettes of Down In The Groove and also included in error on the Argentinean LP release, 1988
R-0209 Most of The Time - promo single version recorded Mar 1990, produced by Don Was, different from the Oh Mercy version
R-0233 Love Minus Zero/No Limit - available as "bonus track" on non-US copies of the MTV Unplugged album and VHS video, 1995

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Yeah. All 3623 outtakes of Christmas Island are essential listening. Come on Sony - put them out!!


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nellie wrote:
Sony has shitloads in reserve. Like Miles Davis, they will wait for Bob to die and for the familty to start squabbling about how to get rich from the inheritance and the floodgates will open.

Actually, I thought that Tell Tale Signs was a Bob way of highlighting by samples that there is a lot in the vaults - remember the leaking of the Niagra Falls soundboard.

But you will pay - Wolfgang's Vault is paving the way.

Bob Dylan's "Field Recordings"
A list of live recordings from 1988 onwards that have appeared on official "rarity" releases, mostly from Columbia - effectively Bob's live Never Ending Tour album! Some of these appeared first on bobdylan.com.
Audience recordings are indicated by (A).

Part 1 (CD1)

R-0239 A Hard Rain's Gonna Fall - live at the Great Music Experience, Naira City, Japan, 1994, with the Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Michael Kamen, from the European Greatest Hits Vol. 3 Dignity singles, 1994

R-0229 Highway 61 Revisited - recorded live at the "Woodstock '94" festival, Saugerties, NY, 14 Aug 1994, from the 1995 A&M album Woodstock '94
R-0244 All Along The Watchtower - recorded live at the opening of the Rock ’N’ Roll Hall of Fame Museum, Cleveland, OH, 2 Sep 1995, from the 1995 album The Concert For The Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame
R-0259 My Back Pages - recorded live at the House of Blues, Atlanta, GA, 3 Aug 1996, from the 1997 promo CD single Live '96
R-0260 Tombstone Blues - recorded live at the House of Blues, Atlanta, GA, 4 Aug 1996, from the 1997 promo CD single Live '96
R-0261 Ballad Of A Thin Man - recorded live at the House of Blues, Atlanta, GA, 4 Aug 1996, from the 1997 promo CD single Live '96
R-0262 Boots Of Spanish Leather - recorded live at the House of Blues, Atlanta, GA, 3 Aug 1996, from the 1997 promo CD single Live '96
R-0263 Love Sick - live, Grammy Awards, Radio City Music Hall, New York City, 25 Feb 1998 (A), from the Love Sick CD singles, Europe and Japan, 1998, also released on bobdylan.com and on the Australian Tour Special Limited Edition of Time Out of Mind
R-0267 Cold Irons Bound - live, El Rey Theater, Los Angeles, 16 Dec 1997 (A). from the Love Sick CD singles, Europe and Japan, 1998, on the Australian Tour Special Limited Edition of Time Out of Mind, and now also available on the 2001 Japanese live compilation Bob Dylan Live 1961-2000: Thirty Nine Years Of Great Concert Performances, also released on bobdylan.com
R-0268 Cocaine Blues (traditional) - live, El Rey Theater, Los Angeles, 16 Dec 1997 (A), from the Love Sick CD singles, Europe and Japan, 1998, on the Australian Tour Special Limited Edition of Time Out of Mind, also released on bobdylan.com
R-0269 Born In Time - live, New Jersey Center for the Performing Arts, Newark, NJ, 1 Feb 1998 (A), from the Love Sick CD singles, Europe and Japan, 1998, on the Australian Tour Special Limited Edition of Time Out of Mind, now also available on the 2001 Japanese live compilation Bob Dylan Live 1961-2000: Thirty Nine Years Of Great Concert Performances, also released on bobdylan.com
R-0270 Can't Wait - live, El Rey Theater, Los Angeles, 20 Dec 1997 (A), from the Love Sick CD singles, Europe and Japan, 1998, and on the Australian Tour Special Limited Edition of Time Out of Mind

Part 2 (CD2)

R-0271 Roving Gambler (traditional) - live, El Rey Theater, Los Angeles, 17 Dec 1997 (A), from the Love Sick CD singles, Europe and Japan, 1998, and on the Australian Tour Special Limited Edition of Time Out of Mind
R-0272 Blind Willie McTell - live, Jones Beach, NY, 17 Aug 1997 (A), from the Love Sick CD singles, Europe and Japan, 1998, and on the Australian Tour Special Limited Edition of Time Out of Mind
R-0276 Boots Of Spanish Leather - live, SECC, Glasgow, Scotland, 21 Jun 1998 (A), from the Not Dark Yet/Dylan Alive Japanese CD singles, 1999, also released on bobdylan.com
R-0277 Tears Of Rage (Bob Dylan-Richard Manuel) - live, Madison Square Garden, New York, 17 Jan 1998 (A), from the Not Dark Yet/Dylan Alive Japanese CD singles, 1999, also released on bobdylan.com
R-0278 Señor (Tales Of Yankee Power) - live, Lucca, Italy, 6 Jul 1998 (A), from the Not Dark Yet/Dylan Alive Japanese CD singles, 1999, also released on bobdylan.com
R-0279 Million Miles - live, Broome County Arena, Binghamton, NY, 19 Feb 1999 (A), from the 1999 promo CD single Million Miles: Live Recordings 1997-1999
R-0369 Friend Of The Devil (Robert Hunter-Jerry Garcia) live, Club Rio, Las Vegas, NV, 1 Mar 1999 (A), from the 2000 Arista album Stolen Roses: Songs Of The Grateful Dead
R-0435 Highlands - live, Santa Cruz Civic Auditorium, Santa Cruz, CA, 16 Mar 2000 (A), from a limited edition bonus CD single given away with The Best Of Bob Dylan Vol. 2 in the UK, May, 2000
R-0436 Blowin' In The Wind - live, Santa Cruz Civic Auditorium, Santa Cruz, CA, 16 Mar 2000 (A), from a limited edition bonus CD single given away with The Best Of Bob Dylan Vol. 2 in the UK, May, 2000
R-0443 Make You Feel My Love - live, Pauley Pavilion, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA, 21 May 1998 (A), from the Things Have Changed CD singles, Europe, 2000, also released on bobdylan.com
R-0444 Song To Woody - live, Santa Cruz Civic Auditorium, Santa Cruz, CA, 16 Mar 2000 (A), from the Things Have Changed CD singles, Europe, 2000
R-0466 Somebody Touched Me (traditional) - live, Portsmouth, England, 24 Sep 2000 (A), from the 2001 Japan-only album Bob Dylan Live 1961-2000: Thirty-Nine Years Of Great Concert Performances
R-0468 Country Pie - live, Portsmouth, England, 24 Sep 2000 (A), from the 2001 Japan-only album Bob Dylan Live 1961-2000: Thirty-Nine Years Of Great Concert Performances
R-0469 Things Have Changed - live, Portsmouth, England, 25 Sep 2000 (A), from the 2001 Japan-only album Bob Dylan Live 1961-2000: Thirty-Nine Years Of Great Concert Performances
Other Live Performances

Like the 1988 onwards performances from bobdylan.com that don't appear above, these additional performances from broadcasts have been officially recorded but not commercially released. They're all professional recordings.
R-0432 All Along The Watchtower - with Jack Bruce, recorded live in Seville, Spain, 17 Oct 1991, from the Global Satellite Network radio station discs Guitar Legends In Concert, broadcast Mar 1992

Part 3 (CD3)

R-0433 Shake, Rattle & Roll (Charles Calhoun) - with Keith Richards, recorded live in Seville, Spain, 17 Oct 1991, from the Global Satellite Network radio station discs Guitar Legends In Concert, broadcast Mar 1992
R-0429 It Takes A Lot To Laugh, It Takes A Train To Cry - from the MediaAmerica radio stations discs Woodstock '94: The Radio Show
R-0430 Don't Think Twice, It's All Right - from the MediaAmerica radio stations discs Woodstock '94: The Best Of The Rest, 1994
R-0431 Rainy Day Women #12 & 35 - from the MediaAmerica radio stations discs Woodstock '94: The Best Of The Rest, 1994


Bob Dylan's Early "Field Recordings"
A list of live recordings up to 1988 that have appeared on official "rarity" releases (audio and video). This excludes the recordings on the Duets CDs. For recordings after 1988 on the "Never Ending Tour", see the Field Recordings CDs

Part 1 (CD4)

R-0467 Handsome Molly (traditional) - live, Gaslight Club, New York, Oct 1962, from Bob Dylan Live: Thirty-Nine Years Of Great Concert Performances, SME Records (Sony Music Entertainment), Japan, Feb 2001
R-0316 Girl Of The North Country - recorded at WNBC Studios, New York, in Mar 1963 for the Oscar Brand radio show, from the Warner Bros. radio station disc The World Of Folk Music (Starring Oscar Brand), 1963
R-0317 Only A Hobo - recorded at WNBC Studios, New York, in Mar 1963 for the Oscar Brand radio show, from the Warner Bros. radio station disc The World Of Folk Music (Starring Oscar Brand), 1963
R-0022 Blowin' In The Wind - live at the Newport Folk Festival, Newport, RI, 26 Jul 1963, from Vanguard album Evening Concerts At Newport Vol. 1, 1964
R-0023 We Shall Overcome (Zilphia Horton/Frank Hamilton/Guy Carawan/Pete Seeger) - Bob performs with ensemble at the Newport Folk Festival, 26 Jul 1963, from the Vanguard album Evening Concerts At Newport Vol. 1, 1964
R-0024 Only A Pawn In Their Game - live, from the March on Washington, DC, 28 Aug 1963, from the 1963 Folkways album We Shall Overcome: Documentary Of The March On Washington and the early 1990s Folkways CD Tribute To Moses Asch
R-0561 Keep Your Eyes On The Prize (Len Chandler) - Bob and Joan Baez accompany Len Chandler, live from the March on Washington, 28 Aug 1963, from USA: Integration, a BBC radio station disc (UK), 1964
R-0294 To Ramona - reported as recorded live at The Oval, City Hall, Sheffield, England, 30 Apr 1965, from the DVD release of D.A. Pennebaker's 1965 film Don't Look Back, 2000. However, this performance is not the one Dylan collectors know to have taken place at Sheffield!
R-0295 The Lonesome Death Of Hattie Carroll - Royal Albert Hall, London, England, 10 May 1965, from the DVD release of D.A. Pennebaker's 1965 film Don't Look Back, 2000
R-0296 It's All Over Now, Baby Blue - Royal Albert Hall, London, England, 10 May 1965, from the DVD release of D.A. Pennebaker's 1965 film Don't Look Back, 2000
R-0297 Love Minus Zero/No Limit - reported as recorded live, City Hall, Newcastle, England, 6 May 1965 (mis-dated as 9 May 1965), from the DVD release of D.A. Pennebaker's 1965 film Don't Look Back, 2000. However, this performance is the one Dylan collectors know to have taken place at Sheffield, 30 Apr 1965!
R-0298 It Ain't Me, Babe - Royal Albert Hall, London, England, 10 May 1965, from the DVD release of D.A. Pennebaker's 1965 film Don't Look Back, 2000
R-0319 I Don't Believe You (She Acts Like We Never Have Met) - recorded in the UK, May 1966, with the Hawks, from the unreleased documentary "Eat The Document", released on the 1996 DVD/VHS boxed video set The Golden Age Of Rock 'N' Roll, also included in the Robbie Robertson documentary Going Home, Laserlight, 1994 (released on DVD in 1998)
R-0054 Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues - live at Liverpool with the Hawks, May 1966, B-side of I Want You single
R-0064 I Ain't Got No Home (Woody Guthrie) - with the Band, from the Tribute to Woody Guthrie album, recorded Jan 1968, released 1972
R-0065 Dear Mrs. Roosevelt (Woody Guthrie) - with the Band, from the Tribute to Woody Guthrie album, recorded Jan 1968, released 1972
R-0066 Grand Coulee Dam (Woody Guthrie) - with the Band, from the Tribute to Woody Guthrie album, recorded Jan 1968, released 1972. Now also available on the 2001 Japanese live compilation Bob Dylan Live 1961-2000: Thirty Nine Years Of Great Concert Performances
R-0067 This Train Is Bound For Glory (Woody Guthrie) - with the Band and the ensemble backing Arlo Guthrie, from the Tribute to Woody Guthrie album, recorded Jan 1968, released 1972
R-0068 This Land Is Your Land (Woody Guthrie) - with the Band and the ensemble, as from the Tribute to Woody Guthrie album, recorded Jan 1968, released 1972
R-0137 It Ain't Me Babe - live, Harvard Square Theatre, Cambridge, MA, 20 Nov 1975 from 4 Songs from Renaldo & Clara

Part 2 (CD5)

R-0138 Never Let Me Go (Joseph C. Scott) - duet with Joan Baez, live with the Rolling Thunder Revue, The Forum, Montreal, Canada, 4 Dec 1975, from 4 Songs from Renaldo and Clara
R-0203 Dead Man, Dead Man - live from New Orleans, 11 Nov 1981, B-side of Everything Is Broken single in 1989
R-0075 A Hard Rain's Gonna Fall - recorded live at the Concert for Bangladesh with George Harrison, Leon Russell and Ringo Starr, Madison Square Garden, New York, 1 Aug 1971 (evening show). This performance also appeared on a 1983 compilation from Columbia Brazil, The Legend
R-0076 It Takes A Lot To Laugh, It Takes A Train To Cry - from the Concert for Bangladesh, 1971
R-0077 Blowin' In The Wind - from the Concert for Bangladesh, 1971
R-0078 Mr. Tambourine Man - from the Concert for Bangladesh, 1971 (not included in the feature film now available on VHS and DVD)
R-0079 Just Like A Woman - from the Concert for Bangladesh, 1971
R-0476 Down In The Flood - recorded live with The Band at the Academy of Music in Brooklyn, New York City, 31 Dec 1971, bonus track on the 2001 reissue of the Band's Capitol album Rock Of Ages
R-0477 When I Paint My Masterpiece - recorded live with The Band at the Academy of Music in Brooklyn, New York City, 31 Dec 1971, bonus track on the 2001 reissue of the Band's Capitol album Rock Of Ages
R-0479 Like A Rolling Stone - recorded live with The Band at the Academy of Music in Brooklyn, New York City, 31 Dec 1971, bonus track on the 2001 reissue of the Band's Capitol album Rock Of Ages
R-0245 Tangled Up in Blue - live version with the Rolling Thunder Revue, Boston, MA, 21 Nov 1975 (evening show), from "Renaldo and Clara", 1975, the Polygram video Rolling Stone: 20 Years Of Rock, 1988, and the Columbia CD Plus version of Bob Dylan's Greatest Hits Vol. 3, 1996
R-0140 Baby Let Me Follow You Down (Rev Gary Davies, arr. Eric von Schmidt) - live with The Band, San Francisco, CA, Nov 1976, from their 1978 Warner Brothers album The Last Waltz, recorded San Francisco, CA, Nov 1976
R-0540 Hazel - recorded live with The Band, San Francisco, CA, Nov 1976, from the Rhino Records 4CD boxed set The Last Waltz, April 2002 (omitted from the 1978 Warner Bros release which contained R-0140 to R-0144)
R-0141 I Don't Believe You - live with The Band, San Francisco, CA, Nov 1976, from their 1978 Warner Brothers album The Last Waltz, recorded San Francisco, CA, Nov 1976
R-0142 Forever Young - live with The Band, San Francisco, CA, Nov 1976, from their 1978 Warner Brothers album The Last Waltz, recorded San Francisco, CA, Nov 1976
R-0143 Baby Let Me Follow You Down (Rev Gary Davies, arr. Eric von Schmidt) - reprise, live with The Band, San Francisco, CA, Nov 1976, from their 1978 Warner Brothers album The Last Waltz, recorded San Francisco, CA, Nov 1976
R-0144 I Shall Be Released - live with The Band and ensemble, San Francisco, CA, Nov 1976, from their 1978 Warner Brothers album The Last Waltz, recorded San Francisco, CA, Nov 1976

Part 3 (CD6)

R-0172 In The Garden - live from the HBO special Hard To Handle with Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers, also released on commercial VHS video, 1986
R-0173 Just Like A Woman - live from the HBO special Hard To Handle with Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers, also released on commercial VHS video, 1986
R-0174 Like A Rolling Stone - live from the HBO special Hard To Handle with Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers, also released on commercial VHS video, 1986
R-0175 It's Alright, Ma (I'm Only Bleeding) - live from the HBO special Hard To Handle with Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers, also released on commercial VHS video, 1986
R-0176 Girl Of The North Country - live from the HBO special Hard To Handle with Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers, also released on commercial VHS video, 1986
R-0177 Lenny Bruce - live from the HBO special Hard To Handle with Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers, also released on commercial VHS video, 1986
R-0178 When The Night Comes Falling From The Sky - live from the HBO special Hard To Handle with Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers, also released on commercial VHS video, 1986
R-0179 Ballad Of A Thin Man - live from the HBO special Hard To Handle with Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers, also released on commercial VHS video, 1986
R-0180 I'll Remember You - live from the HBO special Hard To Handle with Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers, also released on commercial VHS video, 1986
R-0181 Knockin' On Heaven's Door - live from the HBO special Hard To Handle with Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers, also released on commercial VHS video, 1986
R-0353 The Times They Are A-Changin'- recorded live at the Arena Di Verona, Italy, on 29 May 1984, from the Italian commercial video Tour Europeo - Arena Di Verona, 1989
R-0351 All Along The Watchtower - recorded live at the Arena Di Verona, Italy, on 28 May 1984, from the Italian commercial video Tour Europeo - Arena Di Verona, 1989
R-0352 Like A Rolling Stone - recorded live at the Arena Di Verona, Italy, on 29 May 1984, from the Italian commercial video Tour Europeo - Arena Di Verona, 1989
R-0354 Blowin' In The Wind- recorded live at the Arena Di Verona, Italy, on 29 May 1984, from the Italian commercial video Tour Europeo - Arena Di Verona, 1989
R-0350 Jokerman - recorded live at the Arena Di Verona, Italy, on 28 May 1984, from the Italian commercial video Tour Europeo - Arena Di Verona, 1989

Other Live Appearances

Like the 1962-1987 performances from bobdylan.com that don't appear above, these additional performances have been officially recorded but not commercially released.

Part 1 (CD7)

R-0371 Dusty Old Fairgrounds - live 12 Apr 1963, Town Hall, New York, from the unreleased 1964 Columbia album Bob Dylan In Concert
R-0372 John Brown - live 12 Apr 1963, Town Hall, New York, from the unreleased 1964 Columbia album Bob Dylan In Concert
R-0375 Bob Dylan's New Orleans Rag - live 12 Apr 1963, Town Hall, New York, from the unreleased 1964 Columbia album Bob Dylan In Concert
R-0386 Red Wing Reform School [The Walls Of Red Wing] - live 12 Apr 1963, Town Hall, New York, surfaced in 1980 on unreleased Columbia acetates
R-0388 Who Killed Davey Moore? - 12 Apr 1963, Town Hall, New York, surfaced in 1980 on unreleased Columbia acetates (the version on The Bootleg Series Vols. 1-3 is from Carnegie Hall, New York, 26 Oct 1963, this was also on the acetates)
R-0370 Lay Down Your Weary Tune - live 26 Oct 1963, Carnegie Hall, New York, from the unreleased 1964 Columbia album Bob Dylan In Concert, also surfaced in 1980 on unreleased Columbia acetates
R-0373 When The Ship Comes In - live 26 Oct 1963, Carnegie Hall, New York, from the unreleased 1964 Columbia album Bob Dylan In Concert
R-0374 Percy's Song [Turn Turn Turn] - live 26 Oct 1963, Carnegie Hall, New York, from the unreleased 1964 Columbia album Bob Dylan In Concert, also surfaced in 1980 on unreleased Columbia acetates
R-0376 Seven Curses - live 26 Oct 1963, Carnegie Hall, New York, from the unreleased 1964 Columbia album Bob Dylan In Concert
R-0387 All Over You [If I Had To Do It All Over Again (I'd Do It All Over You)] - live 12 Apr 1963, Town Hall, New York, surfaced in 1980 on unreleased Columbia acetates
R-0041 All I Really Want To Do - recorded live at Newport Folk Festival, 26 Jul 1964, from "Festival" movie, 1967
R-0389 You Gotta Go [If You Gotta Go, Go Now] - live, Philharmonic Hall New York, 31 Oct 1964, surfaced in 1980 on unreleased Columbia acetates
R-0397 Never Have Met [I Don't Believe You (She Acts Like We Never Have Met)] - recorded live, Philharmonic Hall New York, 31 Oct 1964, surfaced in 1980 on unreleased Columbia acetates
R-0398 Mr. Tambourine Man - recorded live, Philharmonic Hall New York, 31 Oct 1964, surfaced in 1980 on unreleased Columbia acetates
R-0399 A Hard Rain's A-Gonna Fall - recorded live, Philharmonic Hall New York, 31 Oct 1964, surfaced in 1980 on unreleased Columbia acetates
(The above four songs have now been released on The Bootleg Series Vol. 6: Live 1964)

Part 2 (CD8)

R-0400 Gates of Eden - recorded live, Philharmonic Hall New York, 31 Oct 1964, surfaced in 1980 on unreleased Columbia acetates
R-0402 Don't Think Twice, It's All Right - live, City Hall, Newcastle, England, 6 May 1965, from the soundtrack of the film Don't Look Back and from Clayton Webster Corporation radio station discs D. A. Pennebaker, Rock's Cinematographer, Retro Rock Shows, broadcast 1981
R-0404 It's Alright, Ma (I'm Only Bleeding) - live, Royal Albert Hall, London, England, 10 May 1965, from the soundtrack of the film Don't Look Back and from Clayton Webster Corporation radio station discs D. A. Pennebaker, Rock's Cinematographer, Retro Rock Shows, broadcast 1981
R-0405 Talking World War III Blues - live, Royal Albert Hall, London, England, 10 May 1965, from the soundtrack of the film Don't Look Back and from Clayton Webster Corporation radio station discs D. A. Pennebaker, Rock's Cinematographer, Retro Rock Shows, broadcast 1981
R-0407 She Belongs To Me - live, Royal Albert Hall, London, England, 26 May 1966, from The Gelston Acetates
R-0408 4th Time Around - live, Royal Albert Hall, London, England, 26 May 1966, from The Gelston Acetates
R-0409 Leopard-Skin Pill-Box Hat - live, Royal Albert Hall, London, England, 26 May 1966, from The Gelston Acetates
R-0410 One Too Many Mornings - live, Royal Albert Hall, London, England, 26 May 1966, from The Gelston Acetates
R-0411 Ballad Of A Thin Man - live, Royal Albert Hall, London, England, 26 May 1966, from The Gelston Acetates
R-0412 She Belongs To Me - live, Royal Albert Hall, London, England, 27 May 1966, from The Gelston Acetates
R-0413 4th Time Around - live, Royal Albert Hall, London, England, 27 May 1966, from The Gelston Acetates
R-0414 It's All Over Now, Baby Blue - live, Royal Albert Hall, London, England, 27 May 1966, from The Gelston Acetates
R-0415 Visions of Johanna - live, Royal Albert Hall, London, England, 27 May 1966, from The Gelston Acetates

Part 3 (CD9)

R-0416 Desolation Row - live, Royal Albert Hall, London, England, 27 May 1966, from The Gelston Acetates
R-0417 Just Like A Woman - live, Royal Albert Hall, London, England, 27 May 1966, from The Gelston Acetates
R-0418 Mr. Tambourine Man (incomplete) - live, Royal Albert Hall, London, England, 27 May 1966, from The Gelston Acetates
R-0183 Positively 4th Street - live with Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers, from the Westwood One Radio Broadcast Superstars In Concert, 1986
R-0184 All Along The Watchtower - live with Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers, from the Westwood One Radio Broadcast Superstars In Concert, 1986
R-0185 Masters Of War - live with Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers, from the Westwood One Radio Broadcast Superstars In Concert, 1986
R-0186 I Forgot More Than You'll Ever Know (Cecil A. Null) - live with Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers, from the Westwood One Radio Broadcast Superstars In Concert, 1986
R-0187 Blowin' In The Wind - live with Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers, from the Westwood One Radio Broadcast Superstars In Concert, 1986
R-0188 That Lucky Old Sun (Haven Gillespie-Beasley Smith) - live with Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers, from the Westwood One Radio Broadcast Superstars In Concert, 1986
R-0428 It Ain't Me, Babe - live with Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers, from the repeated Westwood One Radio Broadcast Superstars In Concert, Feb 1999 (not included in the 1986 broadcast)
Duets with Bob
A list of recordings from 1962 onwards where Bob has appeared with other artists on official releases.

Part 1 (CD10)

R-0324 Acne ( Eric von Schmidt) - live with Ramblin' Jack Elliott, recorded at the Riverside Church, New York, on 29th July, 1961 for the WRVR radio programme "Saturday Of Folk Music" and broadcast the same day, from the 2000 Vanguard soundtrack album The Ballad of Ramblin' Jack
R-0377 Blowin' In The Wind - live with Joan Baez, Forest Hills, New York, 17 Aug 1963, appeared on a acetate in late 1963/early 1964
R-0219 Troubled And I Don't Know Why - live with Joan Baez, Forest Hills, New York, 17 Aug 1963, from her Vanguard boxed set Rare, Live & Classic, 1993, also appeared on a acetate in late 1963/early 1964
R-0020 Ye Playboys & Playgirls - live with Pete Seeger at the Newport Folk Festival, Newport, RI, 27 Jul 1963, from the Vanguard album Newport Broadsides (Topical Songs), 1964
R-0021 With God On Our Side - live with Joan Baez at the Newport Folk Festival, Newport, RI, 28 Jul 1963, from the Vanguard album Newport Broadsides (Topical Songs), 1964
R-0252 It Ain't Me, Babe - live with Joan Baez at the Newport Folk Festival, Newport, RI, 24 Jul 1964, from the Vanguard album Joan Baez Live At Newport, 1997
R-0253 With God On Our Side - live with Joan Baez at the Newport Folk Festival, Newport, RI, 26 Jul 1964, from the Vanguard album Joan Baez Live At Newport, 1997
R-0220 Mama, You've Been On My Mind - live with Joan Baez, Philharmonic Hall, New York City, 31 Oct 1964, from her Vanguard boxed set Rare, Live & Classic, 1993. now released on The Bootleg Series Vol. 6 - Bob Dylan Live 1964: The Philharmonic Hall Concert, Mar 2004
R-0069 A Thousand Miles Behind [One Too Many Mornings] - Bob and Johnny duetting in the film and video Johnny Cash: The Man, His World, His Music, 1969
R-0074 Nashville Skyline Rag - Earl Scruggs on banjo and Bob on guitar, from the Columbia album Earl Scruggs Performing With His Family & Friends, 1971
R-0445 East Virginia Blues [traditional] - performed by Bob and Earl Scruggs in the National Education TV programme Earl Scruggs' Festival Of Music, broadcast 1971, but also available in the USA in the early 1990s on commercial video
R-0088 Wallflower - Bob shares lead vocal and plays guitar for Doug Sahm on the Atlantic album Doug Sahm & Band, 1972
R-0089-2 Blues Stay Away From Me (Alton & Rabon Delmore-Wayne Raney-Henry Glover) - Bob plays guitar and provides backup vocals

R-0122 Sign Language - Bob duets with Eric Clapton on his otherwise unreleased song from Eric's 1976 RSO album No Reason To Cry
R-0221 Blowin' In The Wind - live with Joan Baez in the Rolling Thunder Revue, Fort Collins, CO, 23 May 1976, from her Vanguard boxed set Rare, Live & Classic, 1993
R-0123 Buckets Of Rain - Bob shares vocals with Bette Midler on this track from her 1976 Atlantic album Songs For The New Depression
R-0216 Heartland (Bob Dylan/Willie Nelson) - Bob duets with Willie on this co-written song from Willie's 1993 Columbia album Across The Borderline, which was also included in 1995 on Willie's Columbia Legacy 3CD boxed set Revolutions Of Time: The Journey 1975-1993
R-0490 Pancho And Lefty (Townes Van Zandt) - live duet with Willie Nelson, from the Columbia House VHS video Willie Nelson: The Big Six-O - An All-Star Birthday Celebration, 1993
R-0227 Ballad Of Hollis Brown - Bob sings to Mike Seeger's accompaniment on Mike's Rounder Records album Third Annual Farewell Reunion, 1995
R-0264 Interfere (Ronnie Wood) - with Ronnie Wood, Ian McLagen and Willie Weeks, instrumental recorded at Ron Wood's home studio, Sandymount, County Kildare, Ireland, early 1996, on a bonus 4-track CD from Ronnie Wood's book Ron Wood On Canvas: Every Picture Tells A Story, Genesis Publications, UK, 1998

Part 2 (CD11)

R-0517 King Of Kings - a previously unreleased instrumental with Ronnie Wood and Bob on guitars, presumably recorded at Ron Wood's home studio, Sandymount, County Kildare, Ireland, 1996, from Ronnie Wood's album Not For Beginners, Nov 2001
R-0266 The Lonesome River (Ralph & Carter Stanley) - with Ralph Stanley, from his Rebel Records album Clinch Mountain Country, 1998
R-0275 Chimes Of Freedom - new version with Joan Osborne, recorded Oct 1998, from the Mercury soundtrack album of the TV mini-series The '60s, 1999

Other Guest Appearances

R-0544 Man Of Peace - recorded with the Grateful Dead during rehearsals at Club Front, San Rafael, CA, 9 Jun 1987, from the Grateful Dead Records/Arista album Postcards Of The Hanging: The Grateful Dead Play The Music Of Bob Dylan, 2002
R-0235 The Wicked Messenger - Bob sings vocals with the Grateful Dead from 1987 on The Dead Play Dylan, Red Robin (Germany), 1994
R-0236 The Times They Are A-Changin' - Bob sings vocals with the Grateful Dead from 1987 on The Dead Play Dylan, Red Robin (Germany), 1994,
R-0217 Mr. Tambourine Man - with the Byrds, recorded at the Roy Orbison Tribute Concert, Feb 1990, from their Columbia Legacy boxed set The Byrds, 1990
R-0325 Don't Think Twice It's Alright - recorded at Madison Square Gardens, New York with Eric Clapton and his band, 30 Jun 1999, from video and DVD Eric Clapton and Friends In Concert, Warner Music Vision/Reprise, 2000
R-0326 Crossroads (Robert Johnson/Eric Clapton) - with Eric Clapton and his band, recorded at Madison Square Gardens, New York with Eric Clapton and his band, 30 Jun 1999, from video and DVD Eric Clapton and Friends In Concert, Warner Music Vision/Reprise, 2000

Bonus tracks:

R-0521 Interfere (Ronnie Wood) - with Ronnie Wood, Ian McLagen and Willie Weeks, instrumental recorded at Ron Wood's home studio, Sandymount, County Kildare, Ireland, 1996
This is a longer version (4:39) of R-0264, released on a CD included with Ronnie's book of paintings Ron Wood On Canvas: Every Picture Tells A Story, see 1998. This version has a longer intro and has been overdubbed by Scotty Moore, D. J. Fontana and Ian Jennings in addition to the original performers of Ronnie and Bob, Ian McLagan and Willie Weeks
The Grateful Dead - "The Grateful Dead Hour #705" - Syndicated Radio Show CD (USA), for broadcast during week of 25 Mar 2002:
R-0567 Stealin' (Will Shade) - recorded with the Grateful Dead during rehearsals at Club Front, San Rafael, CA, Jun 1987, previously unreleased
R-0568 Oh Boy (West/Petty/Tilghman) - recorded as R-0567, previously unreleased
R-0569 John Brown - recorded as R-0567, previously unreleased
R-0570 Folsom Prison Blues (Johnny Cash) - recorded as R-0567, previously unreleased
R-0571 Gotta Serve Somebody - recorded as R-0567, previously unreleased
R-0572 Hideaway (Freddie King)/C C Rider (Chuck Willis) - medley recorded as R-0567, previously unreleased

Bob Dylan's Compilations
A list of appearances by Bob on official various artists compilations, including film soundtrack albums and tributes.

Part 1 (CD12)

R-0516 Roll On John (Traditional) - performed by Bob during an interview with Cynthia Gooding for the "Folksinger's Choice" WBAI radio programme, recorded early 1962, in New York City, and released on the Smithsonian Folkways album There Is No Eye: Music For Photographs, Nov 2001
R-0025 Talkin' Devil - Broadside version, from the Folkways album Broadside Ballads Vol. 1, 1963
R-0026 John Brown - original Broadside version, from the Folkways album Broadside Ballads Vol. 1, 1963, now available on the Smithsonian/Folkways CD boxed set, The Best of Broadside 1962-1988, 2000
R-0027 Only A Hobo - Broadside version, from the Folkways album Broadside Ballads Vol. 1, 1963, alternate version to the one released on The Bootleg Series Vols. 1-3
R-0028 I Will Not Go Down Under The Ground [Let Me Die in My Footsteps] - Broadside version with Happy Traum, from the Folkways album Broadside Ballads Vol. 1, 1963, alternate version to the one released on The Bootleg Series Vols. 1-3
R-0080 Train A-Travelin' - from the Folkways album Broadside Ballads Vol. 6: Broadside Reunion, recorded 1962-63, released 1971
R-0081 (I'd Hate To Be You On That) Dreadful Day - from the Folkways album Broadside Ballads Vol. 6: Broadside Reunion, recorded 1962-63, released 1971
R-0082 The Death Of Emmett Till - from the Folkways album Broadside Ballads Vol. 6: Broadside Reunion, recorded 1962-63, released 1971
R-0083 The Ballad Of Donald White - from the Folkways album Broadside Ballads Vol. 6: Broadside Reunion, recorded 1962-63, released 1971, now also on the Smithsonian Folkways CD boxed set, The Best of Broadside 1962-1988, 2000
R-0182 Band Of The Hand - with The Heartbreakers, theme tune from film of the same name, on MCA singles and soundtrack album, 1986
R-0201 People Get Ready (Curtis Mayfield) - from the Flashback OST album on WTG Records,1989
R-0202 Pretty Boy Floyd (Woody Guthrie) - from the Columbia Woody Guthrie/Leadbelly tribute album Folkways: A Vision Shared, 1988, also on the 1993 Japanese promo CD Mr. D's Collection # 3.
R-0213 This Old Man (Traditional) - from the Walt Disney Records children's charity album For Our Children, 1991
R-0489 Hard Times (Stephen Foster) - from the Columbia House VHS video Willie Nelson: The Big Six-O - An All-Star Birthday Celebration, 1993
R-0231 You Belong To Me (Pee Wee King-Red Stewart-Chilton Price) from the Natural Born Killers OST album, Nothing/Interscope, 1994
R-0243 Boogie Woogie Country Girl (Doc Pomus/Reginald Ashby) - from the Doc Pomus tribute album 'Til The Night Is Gone, Rhino, 1995
R-0247 Ring Of Fire (Johnny Cash) - from the Feeling Minnesota soundtrack album, Atlantic, 1996, recorded specially for the album
R-0258 My Blue-Eyed Jane (Jimmie Rodgers/Lulu Belle White) - from The Songs Of Jimmie Rodgers tribute album, Egyptian Records, 1997
R-0250 Shelter From The Storm - alternate version with extra verse, out-take from the Blood On The Tracks sessions, 1974, from the Jerry Maguire soundtrack album, Epic, 1997
R-0273 Dignity - original Oh Mercy out-take produced by Daniel Lanois (not the 1994 Brendan O'Brien remixed version for Greatest Hits Vol. 3) from the 550 Music/Sony Music Soundtrax compilation Touched By An Angel: The Album, 1998. Now also on the 2000 European/Japanese Columbia compilations The Best Of Bob Dylan Vol. 2
R-0299 Things Have Changed - original song from film soundtrack of Wonder Boys, also on European compilation The Best Of Bob Dylan Vol. 2, 2000 and European/Japanese 2000 singles
R-0464 Return To Me [Ritorna A Me] (Danny Di Minno/Carmen Lombardo) - from the Sopranos 2 TV series soundtrack album, Play Tone/Columbia (USA), Mar 2001
Part 2 (CD3)
R-0512 I Can't Get You Off Of My Mind (Hank Williams) - from the Hank Williams tribute album Timeless, Lost Highway Records (USA), Sep 2001
R-0470 A Red Cadillac And A Black Moustache (W.B. Thompson/L. May) - from Sun Records tribute album Good Rockin' Tonight, Sire (USA), Oct 2001
R-0552 Waitin' For You - new Dylan composition exclusive to original film soundtrack, Divine Secrets Of The Ya-Ya Sisterhood, DMZ Records/Sony (USA), May 2002
R-0554 Train Of Love (Johnny Cash) - from Kindred Spirits: A Tribute To The Songs Of Johnny Cash, Lucky Dog/Sony Nashville (USA), Sep 2002

Bob "On The Side"!
A list of recordings from 1962 onwards where Bob has appeared on other artists' official releases.

Part 1 (CD13)

R-0001 Midnight Special (Huddie Ledbetter - "Leadbelly") - Bob plays harmonica for Harry Belafonte on the title track of his 1962 RCA album. The track has also appeared on many Harry Belafonte compilation albums from 1972 to 2000.
R-0002 I'll Fly Away (Albert E. Brumley) - Bob plays harmonica for Carolyn Hester on her first Columbia album, 1962
R-0003 Come Back, Baby (traditional) - Bob plays harmonica for Carolyn Hester on her first Columbia album, 1962
R-0004 Swing And Turn Jubilee (traditional) - Bob plays harmonica for Carolyn Hester on her first Columbia album, 1962.
R-0005 Sitting On Top Of The World (Walter Jacobs/Lonnie Chatman) - Bob supplies harmonica and backup vocals for Victoria Spivey and Big Joe Williams on the 1964 album Three Kings And The Queen
R-0006 Wichita Blues (Big Joe Williams) - Bob plays harmonica for Victoria Spivey and Big Joe Williams on the 1964 album Three Kings And The Queen
R-0086 Big Joe, Dylan & Victoria (Big Joe Williams) - Bob plays harmonica for Big Joe Williams and Victoria Spivey, from the album with them, Roosevelt Sykes, Lonnie Johnson and Memphis Slim Kings And The Queen, Vol. 2, recorded 1962 released 1972
R-0087 It's Dangerous (Victoria Spivey) - Bob plays harmonica for Victoria Spivey, from the album with her, Big Joe Williams, Roosevelt Sykes, Lonnie Johnson and Memphis Slim Kings And The Queen, Vol. 2, recorded 1962, released 1972
R-0458 Paths Of Victory - Bob is rumoured to sing backup vocals on this cover version by The Broadside Singers from the 1964 Folkways album Broadside Ballads Vol. 3: The Broadside Singers, now also available on The Best Of Broadside 1962-1988, Smithsonian Folkways Records, 2000
R-0011 Glory, Glory (traditional) - Bob supplies harmonica and back-up vocals to Richard Fariña and Eric von Schmidt from their 1964 Folklore album Dick Fariña & Eric von Schmidt
R-0012 You Can Always Tell (Furry Lewis) - Bob supplies harmonica and back-up vocals to Richard Fariña and Eric von Schmidt from their 1964 Folklore album Dick Fariña & Eric von Schmidt
R-0013 Xmas Island (Richard Fariña) - Bob supplies harmonica and back-up vocals to Richard Fariña and Eric von Schmidt from their 1964 Folklore album Dick Fariña & Eric von Schmidt
R-0014 Cocaine [Cocaine Blues] (traditional) - Bob supplies harmonica and back-up vocals to Richard Fariña and Eric von Schmidt from their 1964 Folklore album Dick Fariña & Eric von Schmidt
R-0015 London Waltz (Richard Fariña) - Bob supplies harmonica and back-up vocals to Richard Fariña and Eric von Schmidt from their 1964 Folklore album Dick Fariña & Eric von Schmidt
R-0016 Overseas Stomp (Jab Jones-Will Shade) - Bob supplies harmonica and back-up vocals to Richard Fariña and Eric von Schmidt from their 1964 Folklore album Dick Fariña & Eric von Schmidt
R-0019 Will The Circle Be Unbroken (traditional) - Bob appears on Ramblin' Jack Elliott's Vanguard album Jack Elliott as "Tedham Porterhouse" playing harmonica, 1964
R-0038 Downtown Blues (Geoff Muldaur) - Bob plays piano as "Bob Landy" on the Elektra album Blues Project, 1964
R-0056 You Can't Tell A Book By Its Cover (Willie Dixon) - from Tom Rush's 1966 Elektra album Take A Little Walk With Me, Bob is reputed to be the "Roosevelt Gook" playing piano, although others say it was Al Kooper getting a second musician's fee!
R-0057 Who Do You Love? (Elias McDaniels - "Bo Diddley") - from Tom Rush's 1966 Elektra album Take A Little Walk With Me, Bob is reputed to be the "Roosevelt Gook" playing piano
R-0058 Love's Made A Fool Of You (Buddy Holly- Wes Montgomery) - from Tom Rush's 1966 Elektra album Take A Little Walk With Me, Bob is reputed to be the "Roosevelt Gook" playing piano
R-0059 Too Much Monkey Business (Chuck Berry) - from Tom Rush's 1966 Elektra album Take A Little Walk With Me, Bob is reputed to be the "Roosevelt Gook" playing piano
R-0060 Money Honey (Jesse Stone) - from Tom Rush's 1966 Elektra album Take A Little Walk With Me, Bob is reputed to be the "Roosevelt Gook" playing piano
R-0061 On The Road Again (Tom Rush - not a cover of the Dylan song) - from Tom Rush's 1966 Elektra album Take A Little Walk With Me, Bob is reputed to be the "Roosevelt Gook" playing piano
R-0157 Going To San Diego (Allen Ginsberg) - Bob contributes vocals and plays guitar, piano and organ, recorded New York, Nov 1971, from Allen Ginsberg's album First Blues, John Hammond Records, 1983
R-0158 Jimmy Berman Rag (Allen Ginsberg-Bob Dylan) - Bob contributes vocals and plays guitar, piano and organ, recorded New York, Nov 1971, first released on Disconnected - The Dial-A-Poem Poets Double, Giorno Poetry Systems (USA), 1974, also on Allen Ginsberg's album First Blues, John Hammond Records, 1983
R-0159 Vomit Express (Allen Ginsberg-Bob Dylan) - Bob contributes vocals and plays guitar, piano and organ, recorded New York, Nov 1971, from Allen Ginsberg's album First Blues, John Hammond Records, 1983, also on Allen Ginsberg's 1994 CD boxed set Holy Soul Jelly Roll: Poems And Songs 1949-1993

Part 2 (CD14)

R-0224 A Dream (William Blake-Allen Ginsberg) - recorded Nov 1971, Bob plays guitar and contributes vocals to this poem by William Blake set to music from Allen Ginsberg's Rhino World Beat boxed set Holy Soul Jelly Roll: Poems And Songs 1949-1993, 1994
R-0225 September On Jessore Road (Allen Ginsberg-Bob Dylan) - recorded Nov 1971, Bob plays piano, organ, acoustic and electric guitars on this track which originally appeared on a flexi disc given away with "Sing Out!" magazine in 1972, and then on Allen Ginsberg's Rhino World Beat boxed set Holy Soul Jelly Roll: Poems And Songs 1949-1993, 1994
R-0478 Don't Ya Tell Henry - recorded live with The Band at the Academy of Music in Brooklyn, New York City, 31 Dec 1971 (Bob on guitar and background vocals), bonus track on the 2001 reissue of the Band's Capitol album Rock Of Ages
R-0073 Sammy's Song (David Bromberg) - Bob plays harmonica on David Bromberg's self-titled Columbia album, 1972
R-0090 (Is Anybody Going To) San Antone? (Dave Kirby-Glen Martin) - Bob provides backup vocals for Doug Sahm on the Atlantic album Doug Sahm & Band, 1972
R-0091 Me And Paul (Willie Nelson) - Bob plays harmonica and organ for Doug Sahm on the Atlantic album Doug Sahm & Band, 1972
R-0092 Faded Love (Hopwood Ascheberg-J R Wills) - Bob plays organ for Doug Sahm on the Atlantic album Doug Sahm & Band, 1972
R-0214 Dealer's Blues (Doug Sahm) - Bob plays organ for Doug Sahm on the 1972 Atlantic album Doug Sahm & Band
R-0105 Tennessee Blues (Bobby Charles) - Bob plays harmonica (uncredited) for Doug Sahm on his Texas Tornado album, Atlantic, 1973 - recorded Oct 1972 at Doug Sahm & Band sessions
R-0093 Somebody's Else's Troubles (Steve Goodman) - Bob plays piano and provides harmony vocals for Steve Goodman on the title track of his Buddah album, 1973
R-0111 Election Year Rag (Steve Goodman) - an out-take from the late 1972 Somebody Else's Troubles sessions, Bob plays piano and provides harmony vocals for Steve Goodman on the Buddah compilation The Essential Steve Goodman, 1974
R-0281 Miss O'Dell (George Harrison) - Bob is rumoured to be the harmonica player on this B-side of George Harrison's 1973 Apple single Give Me Love (Give Me Peace On Earth)
R-0094 The Crippled Crow (Donna Weiss) - Bob plays harmonica for Booker T. and Priscilla Jones on their A&M album Chronicles, 1973
R-0095 I'm So Restless (Roger McGuinn) - Bob plays harmonica and gets a name check in the lyrics on this song from Roger McGuinn, Columbia, 1973
R-0151 Ain't That Loving You (D. Malone) - Bob is reputed to play on this track on the Sir Douglas Band's Atlantic album Texas Tornado, 1973
R-0152 I'll Be There (Dave Burgess) - Bob plays guitar on this track on the Sir Douglas Band's Atlantic album Texas Tornado, 1973
R-0106 Stormy Weather Cowboy (Barry Goldberg) - Bob contributes back-up vocals for Barry Goldberg on his self-titled Atco album, 1973
R-0107 It's Not The Spotlight (Gerry Goffin-Barry Goldberg)- Bob plays percussion and contributes back-up vocals for Barry Goldberg on his self-titled Atco album, 1973
R-0108 Silver Moon (Barry Goldberg-[Robert?] Hunter) - Bob contributes back-up vocals for Barry Goldberg on his self-titled Atco album, 1973

Part 3 (CD15)

R-0109 Minstrel Show (Barry Goldberg) - Bob contributes back-up vocals for Barry Goldberg on his self-titled Atco album, 1973
R-0110 Big City Woman (Barry Goldberg) - Bob contributes back-up vocals for Barry Goldberg on his self-titled Atco album, 1973
R-0121 Who Love (If Not You Love) (David Blue) - Bob plays harmonica on this track from David Blue's Asylum album, Com'n Back For More, 1975
R-0135 Don't Go Home With Your Hard On (Leonard Cohen) - Bob contributes backup vocals to the chorus on this track from the Leonard Cohen album Death Of A Ladies' Man, Columbia 1977
R-0153 Pledge My Head To Heaven (Keith Green) - Bob plays harmonica for Keith Green on this track from his gospel album So You Wanna Go Back To Egypt, Pretty Good Records, 1980
R-0226 Airplane Blues (Allen Ginsberg) - recorded Feb 1982, Bob plays bass on this track from Allen Ginsberg's Rhino World Beat boxed set Holy Soul Jelly Roll: Poems And Songs 1949-1993, 1994
R-0452 Rising Sun (Hufsteter/Larriva/Marsico/Quintana) - Bob plays harmonica for the Cruzados, 1983, from the album Cruzados - Unreleased Early Recordings, 2000
R-0163 Go Away Little Boy - Bob plays rhythm guitar and probably harmonica on Lone Justice's version of one of his unreleased compositions (an out-take from Empire Burlesque): this track was only originally available as a bonus track on the B-side of the European 12" version of their 1984 Geffen single Sweet Sweet Baby (I'm Falling), but was released on CD in 1999 in a remixed version (R-0274)
R-0164 We Are the World (Michael Jackson-Lionel Ritchie) - Bob contributes vocals to charity single, Columbia, 1985
R-0170 (Ain't Gonna Play) Sun City (Miami Steve Van Zandt) - Bob contributes vocals to this 7" single version (4:58), Manhattan, 1985
R-0189 Street Rock (Kurtis Blow-Bill Black-Tashim) - Bob contributes "rap" vocals to this track from Kurtis Blow's album Kingdom Blow, Mercury, 1986
R-0318 Jammin' Me (Tom Petty-Bob Dylan) - Bob Dylan is rumoured to play guitar on this co-composition from Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers' MCA album Let Me Up I've Had Enough, 1986
R-0190 The Factory (Warren Zevon) - Bob plays harmonica on this track from Warren Zevon's album Sentimental Hygiene, Virgin America, 1987
R-0199 Love Rescue Me (Bono-Bob Dylan) - Bob plays harmonica and provides backing vocals for U2 on their Rattle & Hum album, Island, 1988
R-0200 Hawkmoon 259 (Bono) - Bob plays organ for U2 on their Rattle & Hum album, Island, 1988
R-0215 Boots Of Spanish Leather - Bob plays harmonica for Nanci Griffith on her Elektra album Other Voices, Other Rooms, 1993

Part 4 (CD3)

R-0218 Trust Yourself - Bob contributes backing vocals to Carlene Carter's cover which first appeared on a Giant CD single Sweet Meant To Be distributed with the album Little Love Letters in 1993, on her 1996 Giant Records album Hindsight 20/20, and later on the 1997 BMG Various Artists compilations What's New Vol. 16.and May Your Song Always Be Sung
R-0460 Man In The Long Black Coat - Bob is rumoured to play guitar and supply vocals on this version by Emerson, Lake & Palmer from their 1994 Victory album In The Hot Seat (re-released by Polygram International, 2000)
R-0228 Just Like A Woman - Bob plays guitar and harmonica on Stevie Nicks' cover from her album Street Angel, Modern Records, 1994
R-0248 Tragedy Of The Trade (Bob Dylan-Gerry Goffin-Barry Goldberg) - Bob provides vocals and guitar to this co-composition from Gerry's Genes album Back Room Blood, 1996
R-0249 Time To End This Masquerade (Bob Dylan-Gerry Goffin) - Bob provides vocals and guitar to this co-composition from Gerry's Genes album Back Room Blood, 1996
Mr. D's Collection 2001
A list of commercially-released tracks from Columbia that are not available on CD in the USA.
This list doesn't include:
• The 1973 Dylan album
• Live performances - these are on the Early Field Recordings CDs (up to 1989) and the Field Recordings CDs (after 1989 during the "Never Ending Tour")
• The Travelling Wilburys releases on Warner Bros Records
• Studio performances that have appeared on the "Performances" page at bobdylan.com and the Sony Custom Mix CD web-site.
• Duets with other artists, live or studio - these are on the Duets CDs
• Bob's appearances supporting other artists - these are on the Sideman CDs.

Part 1 (CD16)

R-0240 Wade In The Water (traditional) - from the "Minnesota Hotel Tape", Minneapolis, MN, 22 Dec 1961, an excerpt appeared on the 1995 Highway 61 Interactive CD-ROM, available in full on the 2001 Japanese live compilation Bob Dylan Live 1961-2000: Thirty Nine Years Of Great Concert Performances
R-0514 I Was Young When I Left Home (traditional) - from the "Minnesota Hotel Tape", Minneapolis, MN, 22 Dec 1961, on limited edition of "Love And Theft", Sep 2001
R-0280 Mixed Up Confusion - alternate take of Bob's first single, released on the 1985 edition of Biograph and now replaced by a stereo version of the original mono take
R-0008 Corrina, Corrina (traditional) - B-side of Bob's first single, alternate take to Freewheelin' version
R-0515 The Times They Are A-Changin' - alternate take recorded Columbia Studios, New York, Oct 1963, on limited edition of "Love And Theft", Sep 2001
R-0241 House Of The Rising Sun (traditional) - electric version, 1964 overdub by Tom Wilson with Bob not present, from the now out-of-print 1995 Highway 61 Interactive Columbia/Graphix Zone CD-ROM
R-0044 Can You Please Crawl Out Your Window? - early version released by mistake in July 1965 as Positively 4th St!
R-0046 From A Buick 6 - alternate take with harmonica intro from the first US stereo pressing of Highway 61 Revisited and also the Japanese stereo LP
R-0055 If You Gotta Go, Go Now - single released in Benelux countries only, Jul 1967 with a group called The Poppies singing backup vocals on the choruses, different from the version released on The Bootleg Series Vols. 1-3, 1991
R-0072 Spanish Is The Loving Tongue (Charles Badger Clark/Billy Simon) - B-side of Watching The River Flow single, Jun 1971, solo version (authorised by Bob), not band version from 1973 Dylan album (not authorised by Bob)
R-0084 George Jackson - "Big Band" version from 1971 single

Part 2 (CD17)

R-0085 George Jackson - Acoustic version from 1971 single
R-0130 Rita May - Desire out-take, B-side of the Stuck Inside Of Mobile With The Memphis Blues Again single from Hard Rain, 1976
R-0136 People Get Ready (Curtis Mayfield) - with the Rolling Thunder Revue, from the promo 12" single 4 Songs From Renaldo & Clara, 1978
R-0150 Trouble In Mind - B-side of a 1979 Brazilian single, Slow Train Coming out-take - this release had the full song unlike the versions released elsewhere, where one verse was edited out
R-0154 Let It Be Me (Pierre Delanoe/Gilbert Becaud/M. Curtis) - B-side of Heart Of Mine single, Jul 1981, Shot Of Love out-take recorded May 1981 - not the version from Self Portrait
R-0156 Angel Flying Too Close to the Ground (Willie Nelson) - Infidels out-take released as single B-side in 1983
R-0191 The Usual (John Hiatt) - from the Hearts Of Fire soundtrack album, 1987, and also on promo cassettes of Down In The Groove, 1988
R-0192 Night After Night - from the Hearts Of Fire soundtrack album, 1987
R-0194 Important Words (Gene Vincent/Bill Davis) - from promo cassettes of Down In The Groove, 1988
R-0196 Got Love If You Want It (James Moore) - from promo cassettes of Down In The Groove and also included in error on the Argentinean LP release, 1988
R-0209 Most of The Time - promo single version recorded Mar 1990, produced by Don Was, different from the Oh Mercy version
R-0233 Love Minus Zero/No Limit - available as "bonus track" on non-US copies of the MTV Unplugged album and VHS video, 1995

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What's the "Holy Grail" for Dylan fans?


hetay issingmay "angrailsay noay hetay mtraksaay" apestay foay oursecay!


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PostPosted: Tue June 7th, 2011, 16:38 GMT 
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What's the "Holy Grail" for Dylan fans?


hetay issingmay "angrailsay noay hetay mtraksaay" apestay foay oursecay!


Seems reasonable enough.


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PostPosted: Tue June 7th, 2011, 16:51 GMT 
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Mister.Jones wrote:
Also a picture of Bob with a kaola bear.


Even the more popular koala bear- or with both.


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mjeff wrote:
All this is available somewhere now?


Apparently it's available where the listing says it's available.


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I'm hoping for more from the Bromberg sessions, even if I was disappointed by the TTS choices after the promises given by Sloppy Drunk, Catskills serenade and Polly Vaughn. Further, the rumoured Clydie album from '82 is intriguing and I hope there are more releasable takes from the '71 sessions with Leon Russell that yielded Watching the river flow and When I paint my masterpiece.
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Live '80 and '81 are way past their recommended official release date. Still, better sooner than later.

Finally, a couple of dozens of career-spanning odds and ends should come with an extended and remastered BS 1-3.


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...and they went with a compilation for RTR that didn't include anything from Salt Lake City, I would be inclined to think that there is very little usable material left in the Sony vaults...

You know, it was called LIVE 1975 for a reason.


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Tippy wrote:
...and they went with a compilation for RTR that didn't include anything from Salt Lake City, I would be inclined to think that there is very little usable material left in the Sony vaults...

You know, it was called LIVE 1975 for a reason.


That is a good distinction; I would hope it bears fruit someday.


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1. Dylan with his early band The Golden Chords on the "Polka Hour" television show on local TV in Duluth in 1958

2. Dylan with his band on local television Channel 11 (WMIN-TV/WTCN-TV) in Minneapolis-St. Paul in the summer of 1959. Dylan's band was probably called "Elston Gunn & The Rock Boppers" at the time.

3. the 1992 Chicago sessions, produced by David Bromberg

4. the "Under The Red Sky" rough mix version (pre-overdubs, live in the studio, some different lyrics)

5. rumoured material like the unreleased 1977 compositions


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I hear there's some good shit being kept in Dylan's portaloo.


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additional info about the "Polka Hour" broadcast:

The shows were produced by Florian W. Chmielewski, Sr. (who is still active in Polka music) on WDSM -TV Channel 6 in Duluth. According to Chmielewski the shows were "in black and white no taping nothing else, no re runs it was all done live" – http://www.northlandsnewscenter.com/new ... 68403.html

[Howard Sounes says the shows were produced by "the Chmielewski brothers"]


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Bob 69 with Joan Baez (video preferably but I am sure Joan makes lots of noise!)


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nellie wrote:
Bob 69 with Joan Baez (video preferably but I am sure Joan makes lots of noise!)



:lol: i bet she does it with a tremelo in her voice "AaAaAaAhHHHhhAaa BBooOOObBbB" slurp.


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