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PostPosted: Tue August 29th, 2017, 00:40 GMT 
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Trouble No More.
Interesting companion film title in the year we lost Gregg Allman.

Makes sense as its roots thread back to Muddy Waters & Sleepy John Estes, who both undoubtedly influenced a handful of Bob tunes.

From Wikipedia (so it must be true):
Trouble No More" is a variation of "Someday Baby Blues," recorded by Sleepy John Estes in 1935, a song that has been interpreted and recorded by numerous artists. "Muddy Waters calls his "Trouble No More" and Big Maceo titled his "Worried Life Blues." Be that as it may ... they all derive from Sleepy John Estes' 1935 classic "Someday Baby Blues." As he did with "Rollin' Stone," "Rollin' and Tumblin'," "Walkin' Blues," and "Baby Please Don't Go," Muddy Waters took an older country blues and made it into a Chicago blues. Waters also modified the lyrics, using "Someday baby, you ain't gonna trouble, poor me anymore" instead of Estes' "Someday baby, you ain't gonna worry, my mind anymore" (Estes' 1938 version "New Someday Baby" uses "trouble" in place of "worry;" Bob Dylan's 2006 "Someday Baby" uses "trouble, poor me anymore").

The Allman Brothers Band recorded their arrangement of Muddy Waters' "Trouble No More" for their debut album The Allman Brothers Band (1969). A 1971 live recording of the song from the Fillmore East was included on Eat a Peach (1972). Both albums were best sellers (The Allman Brothers Band was certified "Gold," Eat A Peach as "Platinum") and brought "Trouble No More" to a new level of recognition.


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PostPosted: Wed August 30th, 2017, 07:39 GMT 
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Sounds like its coming in October, got to be an announcement soon


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PostPosted: Wed August 30th, 2017, 12:08 GMT 
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Trouble No More.
Interesting companion film title in the year we lost Gregg Allman.

Makes sense as its roots thread back to Muddy Waters & Sleepy John Estes, who both undoubtedly influenced a handful of Bob tunes.

From Wikipedia (so it must be true):
Trouble No More" is a variation of "Someday Baby Blues," recorded by Sleepy John Estes in 1935, a song that has been interpreted and recorded by numerous artists. "Muddy Waters calls his "Trouble No More" and Big Maceo titled his "Worried Life Blues." Be that as it may ... they all derive from Sleepy John Estes' 1935 classic "Someday Baby Blues." As he did with "Rollin' Stone," "Rollin' and Tumblin'," "Walkin' Blues," and "Baby Please Don't Go," Muddy Waters took an older country blues and made it into a Chicago blues. Waters also modified the lyrics, using "Someday baby, you ain't gonna trouble, poor me anymore" instead of Estes' "Someday baby, you ain't gonna worry, my mind anymore" (Estes' 1938 version "New Someday Baby" uses "trouble" in place of "worry;" Bob Dylan's 2006 "Someday Baby" uses "trouble, poor me anymore").

The Allman Brothers Band recorded their arrangement of Muddy Waters' "Trouble No More" for their debut album The Allman Brothers Band (1969). A 1971 live recording of the song from the Fillmore East was included on Eat a Peach (1972). Both albums were best sellers (The Allman Brothers Band was certified "Gold," Eat A Peach as "Platinum") and brought "Trouble No More" to a new level of recognition.

Oops, similar threads...will also post this over here:
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PostPosted: Wed August 30th, 2017, 13:11 GMT 

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Due out in November it says on the ER Website ( last posting ) .


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PostPosted: Wed August 30th, 2017, 13:18 GMT 
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Yes, getting there!

This fall, a few new gems will be unearthed for fans of Bob Dylan's deep catalog.

The New York Film Festival will premiere a Dylan concert film featuring performances from the GRAMMY-winners late 1979-1981 "born again" era. The film, directed by Jennifer Lebeau, is entitled Trouble No More, and includes performances from Toronto and Buffalo at the tail end of Dylan's 1979-'80 tour, as well as select sermons read by actor Michael Shannon and written by writer/critic Luc Sante, according to Pitchfork. The New York Film Festival runs from Sept. 28 to Oct. 15.

Dylan's "born again" era is also the subject of a new book by Dylan biographer Clinton Heylin. Trouble In Mind: Bob Dylan's Gospel Years – What Really Happened breaks down the three albums during this period: Slow Train Coming, Saved, and Shot Of Love. Heylin's latest delve into Dylan's career a hits shelves Nov. 14, and will coincide with the release of a new Sony Bootleg box set, also due out in November


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PostPosted: Wed August 30th, 2017, 13:22 GMT 

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Maybe this docu is in the box set included or we get it as an extra release !?


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PostPosted: Wed August 30th, 2017, 14:33 GMT 
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November release sounds good here.
Thanks for sharing, Worm!


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PostPosted: Wed August 30th, 2017, 17:40 GMT 
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Looking good, come Friday?!


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PostPosted: Wed August 30th, 2017, 18:35 GMT 

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Eh. Hopefully there's some cool outtakes, because the live stuff from that period has always left me feeling somewhat underwhelmed -- especially given its reputation.


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PostPosted: Wed August 30th, 2017, 19:23 GMT 
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Expectations?

Yeah, I might be thinking there's a handful of (live) performances from then.


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PostPosted: Wed August 30th, 2017, 22:43 GMT 
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With a November 14 release date it will give everyone in the U.S. something to be thankful for at Thanksgiving!

Thinking that every one on my Christmas list is going to get this.


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PostPosted: Wed August 30th, 2017, 23:32 GMT 
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that article doesn't say bls 13 will be released November 14th, just that it's being released in November


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PostPosted: Wed August 30th, 2017, 23:33 GMT 
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Lately, I've been listening to Saved intensely. That's one album that I never fully immersed myself in. The other being Real Live. In these troubled times, you need something to get you through.

I too have been shattered and broken like an empty cup. I have my doubts in everything, but I'm trying to embrace the magic of this period. It's lovely stuff and I can't wait to see the documentary and bootleg series.


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PostPosted: Thu August 31st, 2017, 01:58 GMT 
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Looking forward to some remastered outtakes from the Trilogy...
...about as close to Christianity as I ever get, besides the original Jesus Christ Superstar.
So glad we're past the period of getting excited to listen to 40 takes of the same song.
This promises to be one of the better Bootleg Series releases.

Except for maybe this:
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mjmooney wrote:
"Interspersed with sermons". Ugh.

Might be quite interesting really.
Bob actually speaking on stage!

mjmooney wrote:
"written by Luc Sante and beautifully delivered by Michael Shannon.”



Oh well, C'mon November!


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PostPosted: Thu August 31st, 2017, 02:03 GMT 

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eltedioso wrote:
yolacrary wrote:
none of the other sets (complete sessions aside) have included stuff from the actual albums, so I doubt that's a problem


Untrue. BS7 has "Song to Woody" for some reason! :D


Hah, yeah, true, that occurred to me, but I'm not really counting that as representative.


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PostPosted: Fri September 1st, 2017, 16:37 GMT 
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What is the track listing (if there is one) of the JWH?


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PostPosted: Fri September 1st, 2017, 18:13 GMT 
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What is the track listing (if there is one) of the JWH?



The JWH sessions (according to Michael Krogsgaard) that are not going to be released:-

There have been rumours of a September 1967 session prior to the actual recording of John Wesley Harding. There are no session dates in Bob Dylan's name in the Nashville log books prior to the three John Wesley Harding sessions. For the first two sessions, all details are available:


Studio A
Columbia Recording Studios
Nashville, Tennessee
October 17, 1967, 9 pm - 12 midnight.

Produced by Bob Johnston


1. Drifter's Escape CO120927 Take 1C
2. Drifter's Escape Take 2C
3. Drifter's Escape Take 3b
4. Drifter's Escape Take 4b
5. Drifter's Escape Take 5C

6. I Dreamed I Saw St. Augustine CO120928 Take 1B
7. I Dreamed I Saw St. Augustine Take 2C
8. I Dreamed I Saw St. Augustine Take 3C
9. I Dreamed I Saw St. Augustine Take 4C

10. The Ballad Of Frankie Lee And Judas Priest
CO120929 Take 1C


Musicians: Charlie McCoy (bass) and Kenneth Buttrey (drums).


2, 9 and 10 released on John Wesley Harding.


Studio A
Columbia Recording Studios
Nashville, Tennessee
November 6, 1967, 6:00 - 9:30 pm.

Produced by Bob Johnston


1. All Along The Watchtower CO120955 Take 1b
2. All Along The Watchtower Take 2C
3. All Along The Watchtower Take 3C
4. All Along The Watchtower (Insert) Take 1b
5. All Along The Watchtower (Insert) Take 2C

6. John Wesley Harding CO120956 Take 1C
7. John Wesley Harding Take 2C

8. As I Went Out One Morning CO120957 Take 1C
9. As I Went Out One Morning Take 2C
10. As I Went Out One Morning Take 3B
11. As I Went Out One Morning Take 4b
12. As I Went Out One Morning Take 5C

13. I Pity The Poor Immigrant CO120958 Take 1b
14. I Pity The Poor Immigrant Take 2C
15. I Pity The Poor Immigrant Take 3b
16. I Pity The Poor Immigrant Take 4C
17. I Pity The Poor Immigrant Take 5B
18. I Pity The Poor Immigrant Take 6B
19. I Pity The Poor Immigrant Take 7b
20. I Pity The Poor Immigrant Take 8B
21. I Pity The Poor Immigrant Take 9B
22. I Pity The Poor Immigrant Take 10C

23. I Am A Lonesome Hobo CO120959 Take 1C
24. I Am A Lonesome Hobo Take 2b
25. I Am A Lonesome Hobo Take 3C
26. I Am A Lonesome Hobo Take 4C
27. I Am A Lonesome Hobo Take 5C


Musicians: Charlie McCoy (bass) and Kenneth Buttrey (drums).


A splice of 3 and 5, and 7, 12, 22, 27 released on John Wesley Harding.


For the third session, the session tape has been located but not been available for examination yet:


Studio A
Columbia Recording Studios
Nashville, Tennessee
November 29, 1967, 6:00 - 9:00 pm and 9:00 - 12 midnight.

Produced by Bob Johnston


1. Wicked Messenger CO120960

2. I'll Be Your Baby Tonight CO120961

3. Down Along The Cove CO120962

4. Dear Landlord CO120963


6-9 pm: The Wicked Messenger and I'll Be Your Baby Tonight recorded.
9-12 pm: Down Along The Cove, and Dear Landlord recorded.

Musicians: Charlie McCoy (bass) and Kenneth Buttrey (drums).
9-12: Pete Drake (steel guitar).

All tracks released on John Wesley Harding.


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PostPosted: Wed September 6th, 2017, 19:34 GMT 
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Rare Cool Stuff Unltd on Facebook just posted a new banner that says "Are You Ready?"

Surely an allusion to https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AgJVIPXa1Os

I'd say announcement Friday!!


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PostPosted: Wed September 6th, 2017, 19:40 GMT 
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Looks Good :)


& the comments are funny.


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PostPosted: Wed September 6th, 2017, 19:54 GMT 
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Rare Cool Stuff Unltd on Facebook just posted a new banner that says "Are You Ready?"

Surely an allusion to https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AgJVIPXa1Os

I'd say announcement Friday!!


Saw that. Tomorrow or Friday


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PostPosted: Wed September 6th, 2017, 20:45 GMT 
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iTunes updated on Friday so I would say Friday


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PostPosted: Wed September 6th, 2017, 20:50 GMT 
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Cutting edge was a Thursday I thought, but that was a while back.


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Bring it on!


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Highlife pur !!! :D


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I smell news coming


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