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The live version was played at San Francisco on 12 November 1980 and is available in the A-Z Recording List section of this site.
The demo version can be found very easily by typing caribbean wind demo version into Google and following one of the links on the first page of results you get.
The incomparable Eyolf Østrem has published charts for the different available versions on his Dylanchords site at http://dylanchords.info/28_biograph/caribbean_winds.htm
Dylan's liner notes on the song read as follows: "That one I couldn’t quite grasp what it was about after I finished it. Sometimes you’ll write something to be very inspired, and you won’t quite finish it for one reason or another. Then you’ll go back and try and pick it up, and the inspiration is just gone. Either you get it all, and you can leave a few pieces to fill in, or you’re trying always to finish it off. Then it’s a struggle. The inspiration’s gone and you can’t remember why you started it in the first place. Frustration sets in. I think there’s four different sets of lyrics to this, maybe I got it right, I don’t know. I had to leave it. I just dropped it. Sometimes that happens. I started it in St. Vincent when I woke up from a strange dream in the hot sun. There was a bunch of women working in a tobacco field on a high rolling hill. A lot of them were smoking pipes. I was thinking about living with somebody for all the wrong reasons."
If you don't know who Heylin is, don't worry. You don't need a fat Englishman to tell you what to think.