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PostPosted: Wed September 20th, 2017, 13:43 GMT 
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"When You Gonna Wake Up? (Live July 9, 1981)" Is up on Spotify now. I guess this is the "single" for the release.


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Bob Dylan ‘Trouble No More – The Bootleg Series Vol. 13 / 1979-1981’ Coming November 3

http://www.bobdylan.com/news/bob-dylan-trouble-no-more-the-bootleg-series-vol-13-1979-1981-coming-november-3/


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PostPosted: Wed September 20th, 2017, 13:45 GMT 
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Hmmmm. Those vinyl pictures do look tempting now.


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Isn't anyone else shocked at how little non-religious material is on here? For a BS that covers fall '80 and 81, there are so many incredible takes of classic songs that didn't make the cut. Thought they would push that element much more. I mean where is the killer Hard Rain from fall 81, or the abrupt cover of Here Comes the Sun? I guess the London run on the deluxe version is meant to cover this, but I am surprised they didn't feature more of the re-imagined live performances of 60s/70s material.


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PostPosted: Wed September 20th, 2017, 13:49 GMT 
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notdarkyet wrote:
Senyor Timbaler wrote:
.... I suppose the London 81, is from 28 June. ...

definitely not, both the only 1981 appearance of "I Don't Believe You" and "Baby Blue" as the penultimate song point to June 27th, which has all the songs on discs 7 and 8, but all six London shows had "Dead Man" after "Girl from the North Country"

No, "Girl from the North Country" was played after "Dead Man" on June 27th.
Olof mixed up "Dead Man" with "Thin Man" :D
Here is the correct setlist:

Bob Dylan, 6/27/81, Earle's Court, London, 2CDR

(56min+65min), master aud, excellent sound

CD1
1 Gotta Serve Somebody
2 I Believe In You
3 Like A Rolling Stone
4 Till I Get It Right (R Lane/L Henley)
5 Man Gave Names To All The Animals
6 Maggie's Farm
7 I Don't Believe You (She Acts Like We Never Have Met)
8 Dead Man, Dead Man
9 Girl Of The North Country
10 Ballad Of A Thin Man
11 Slow Train
12 Walk Around Heaven All Day (Rev J Cleveland/C George)

CD2
1 Let's Begin (J Webb)
2 Lenny Bruce
3 Mr. Tambourine Man
4 Solid Rock
5 Just Like A Woman
6 Watered-Down Love
7 Forever Young
8 When You Gonna Wake Up ?
9 In The Garden
10 Blowin' In The Wind
11 It's All Over Now, Baby Blue
12 Knockin' On Heaven's Door


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PostPosted: Wed September 20th, 2017, 13:50 GMT 

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[/quote]

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1oMGEVvCVHs[/quote]

Awesome, thanks! Any info on session date?


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PostPosted: Wed September 20th, 2017, 13:55 GMT 
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1oMGEVvCVHs[/quote]

Awesome, thanks! Any info on session date?[/quote]

October 1980 I'd guess: http://www.bjorner.com/DSN05910%201980% ... m#DSN05910


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PostPosted: Wed September 20th, 2017, 13:56 GMT 
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I was going to be very critical of both the artwork and the tracklisting - but having seen the photos of the full set on the Dylan website, I'm now very enthusiastic.

My initial thoughts were that they were underplaying this release so they wouldn't saturate the market before the big Blood on the Tracks box set next year. However, the full photos on the official site look like another treat of a box set. Count me in!

I'm slightly disappointed that the tracklist doesn't contain any obvious surprises, but it's all good stuff. Having a DVD is a step in the right direction for the bootleg series. Hopefully we'll get some RTR/Hard Rain footage with the BOTT BS14 release.


Edit to add: Have we been writing 'Cover Down Breakthrough' wrong all these years? :lol:


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gibsona07 wrote:
I was going to be very critical of both the artwork and the tracklisting - but having seen the photos of the full set on the Dylan website, I'm now very enthusiastic.

My initial thoughts were that they were underplaying this release so they wouldn't saturate the market before the big Blood on the Tracks box set next year. However, the full photos on the official site look like another treat of a box set. Count me in!

I'm slightly disappointed that the tracklist doesn't contain any obvious surprises, but it's all good stuff. Having a DVD is a step in the right direction for the bootleg series. Hopefully we'll get some RTR/Hard Rain footage with the BOTT BS14 release.


Edit to add: Have we been writing 'Cover Down Breakthrough' wrong all these years? :lol:


Bob's website still lists the song as Cover Down, Break Through. So it seems they just can't make up their mind :lol:
https://bobdylan.com/songs/cover-down-break-through/


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Bob Dylan ‘Trouble No More – The Bootleg Series Vol. 13 / 1979-1981’ Coming November 3

http://www.bobdylan.com/news/bob-dylan-trouble-no-more-the-bootleg-series-vol-13-1979-1981-coming-november-3/

follow the "Pre-order Now" link on that site, and you will see pricing (I see mine in Euro), and the following information:

EXCLUSIVE BONUS 2-CD SET OF THE FULL LIVE SHOW FROM SAN DIEGO, 1979 WHEN YOU PRE-ORDER THE DELUXE 9 DISC BOX SET FROM BOBDYLAN.COM

LIMITED QUANTITIES WHILE STOCKS LAST...


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PostPosted: Wed September 20th, 2017, 14:13 GMT 

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Also worth noting is that the DVD will feature "bonus extras", including a rare performance of Shot Of Love in Avignon. So I think the DVD is not just the movie per se.


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http://www.rollingstone.com/music/news/ ... od-w502023


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PostPosted: Wed September 20th, 2017, 14:20 GMT 
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notdarkyet wrote:
follow the "Pre-order Now" link on that site, and you will see pricing (I see mine in Euro), and the following information:

EXCLUSIVE BONUS 2-CD SET OF THE FULL LIVE SHOW FROM SAN DIEGO, 1979 WHEN YOU PRE-ORDER THE DELUXE 9 DISC BOX SET FROM BOBDYLAN.COM

LIMITED QUANTITIES WHILE STOCKS LAST...

But here in France, that comes right in the middle between the third Income Tax payment (mid-Sept) and local tax payment (mid-Oct). Cash will only be back after wages by end Oct.


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PostPosted: Wed September 20th, 2017, 14:29 GMT 
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£149.99 is double the price of The Cutting Edge and The Basement Tapes. If this doesn't come down, I'm not impressed.


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crazy pricing, €170 for the deluxe set (incl 2cd bonus set) is way too much


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PostPosted: Wed September 20th, 2017, 14:33 GMT 
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Isn't anyone else shocked at how little non-religious material is on here? For a BS that covers fall '80 and 81, there are so many incredible takes of classic songs that didn't make the cut. Thought they would push that element much more. I mean where is the killer Hard Rain from fall 81, or the abrupt cover of Here Comes the Sun? I guess the London run on the deluxe version is meant to cover this, but I am surprised they didn't feature more of the re-imagined live performances of 60s/70s material.



I think the focus here is on gospel music, and they're saving the rest for other releases. Nothing else could explain leaving off Let's Keep It Between Us.

If there are no raps included the 2 cd set will really not capture the feel of those concerts.

If Yonder Comes Sin is complete and if Caribbean Wind somehow surpasses the booted outtake (and it better or I will picket Sony headquarters) then all will be forgiven.

I like the cover, but from the looks of things I don't like the price for the full set. I suppose Bob is the Christian, not his record company, but it's still unseemly to rip off the fans.


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PostPosted: Wed September 20th, 2017, 14:43 GMT 
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notdarkyet wrote:
critter wrote:
Bob Dylan ‘Trouble No More – The Bootleg Series Vol. 13 / 1979-1981’ Coming November 3

http://www.bobdylan.com/news/bob-dylan-trouble-no-more-the-bootleg-series-vol-13-1979-1981-coming-november-3/

follow the "Pre-order Now" link on that site, and you will see pricing (I see mine in Euro), and the following information:

EXCLUSIVE BONUS 2-CD SET OF THE FULL LIVE SHOW FROM SAN DIEGO, 1979 WHEN YOU PRE-ORDER THE DELUXE 9 DISC BOX SET FROM BOBDYLAN.COM

LIMITED QUANTITIES WHILE STOCKS LAST...


Thanks for the tip-off! Won't deliver to Singapore. Damnit. Will have to come via the UK!
This extra show from '79 (maybe the best one too?) takes the set over the top for me. The 1979 shows were possessed.


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dougcoon wrote:
Isn't anyone else shocked at how little non-religious material is on here? For a BS that covers fall '80 and 81, there are so many incredible takes of classic songs that didn't make the cut. Thought they would push that element much more. I mean where is the killer Hard Rain from fall 81, or the abrupt cover of Here Comes the Sun? I guess the London run on the deluxe version is meant to cover this, but I am surprised they didn't feature more of the re-imagined live performances of 60s/70s material.


It's the Gospel according Dylan.
Although you're quite right, there were some excellent oldies
brought into the set-list, but as i understand it, it's exclusively
covering the religious material.
We don't really need the live material though, i've no doubt it'll
sound pristine, but Santa Monica 79, Toronto 1980, New Orleans 1981
are already sounding pristine.
It would've been nice to see more studio material.
That said, not all Dylan fans 'do' unofficial bootlegs so i guess
to them all of this is tantalising. Although i'd wager the majority
of fans interested enough to buy this will own one if not all
the shows i just mentioned.
I was hoping for a studio 'Thief On The Cross'.
Or studio version's of 'Cover-down' & 'Aint Gonna Go To Hell...'.
That's what i'm surprised by, that he didn't record those songs
in the studio. The latter has such a beautiful melody.
9 Discs for $180 isn't too bad though.
Now we see they're willing to put such large collections
together then i hope they tackle the 1978 tour in the same fashion,
those Budokan shows don't come anywhere near doing that tour
any justice.
Interstate 88, those 1988 gigs, many of them could fit onto
single CDs, 9 of those shows i'd pay 300 for 9 of those.


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PostPosted: Wed September 20th, 2017, 15:06 GMT 
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gibsona07 wrote:
Edit to add: Have we been writing 'Cover Down Breakthrough' wrong all these years? :lol:


Somebody (probably Heylin) pointed out ages ago it should be 'pray.'


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I think it's great to get all that stuff out there, but I have to wonder - How many times do you want to hear Slow train and Serve somebody in one lifetime?


The musicians were on fire in those tours, no question about it. Probably the most energy Dylan has ever had on stage.


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gibsona07 wrote:
£149.99 is double the price of The Cutting Edge and The Basement Tapes. If this doesn't come down, I'm not impressed.

I paid roughly £100 apiece for both those sets when they were originally released and they were only six disc sets. Just took the plunge on the deluxe edition from bobdylan.com. The bonus San Diego gig was a nice incentive.


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So did Bob never record 'Coverdown' and 'Aint Going to hell'?


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PostPosted: Wed September 20th, 2017, 15:14 GMT 
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gibsona07 wrote:
£149.99 is double the price of The Cutting Edge and The Basement Tapes. If this doesn't come down, I'm not impressed.

I paid roughly £100 apiece for both those sets when they were originally released and they were only six disc sets. Just took the plunge on the deluxe edition from bobdylan.com. The bonus San Diego gig was a nice incentive.


If you'd been a little more astute, you could have imported them from Germany/Italy for around €80 a piece. :wink:

Sadly, the drop in sterling caused by Brexit has made this impossible this time around. :(


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PostPosted: Wed September 20th, 2017, 15:16 GMT 
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Wait for price to come down. Price always comes down.


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