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                        WITH ONE HAND WAVING FREE
                             BOB DYLAN 1995
                             by Olof Bjorner

               A summary of recording & concert activities.
                       New releases, tapes & books.

                    Copyright (c) 1996 by Olof Bjorner
                          All Rights Reserved

       This article may be reproduced, retransmitted, redistributed and
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       intact and in place.

                              Part 1 of 8


  1.  INTRODUCTION                                        \
  2.  THE YEAR AT A GLANCE                                 |
  3.  CALENDAR                                             |
  4.  RECORDINGS                                           |-- part 1 of 8
      4.1 New releases                                     |   ===========
          4.1.1 MTV Unplugged                              |
          4.1.2 Highway 61 Interactive                     |
          4.1.3 Greatest Hits Volume 3 CD+                 |
      4.2 Recordings from 1995                             |
      4.3 New tapes                                        |
  5.  THE NEVER-ENDING TOUR CONTINUES                     \
      5.1 Introduction                                     |
      5.2 The Musicians                                    |
      5.3 The show                                         |
      5.4 Europe Spring Tour                               | -- part 2 of 8
          5.4.1 Dates and venues                           |
          5.4.2 The songs                                  |
          5.4.3 Statistics                                 |
      5.5 US Spring Tour                                  \
          5.5.1 Dates and venues                           |
          5.5.2 The songs                                  | -- part 3 of 8
          5.5.3 Statistics                                 |
      5.6 Europe Summer Tour                              \
          5.6.1 Dates and Venues                           |
          5.6.2 The songs                                  | -- part 4 of 8
          5.6.3 Statistics                                 |
      5.7 The Fall Classics Tour                          \
          5.7.1 Dates and Venues                           |
          5.7.2 The songs                                  | -- part 5 of 8
          5.7.3 Statistics                                 |
      5.8 The Paradise Lost Tour                          \
          5.8.1 Dates and Venues                           |
          5.8.2 The songs                                  | -- part 6 of 8
          5.8.3 Statistics                                 |
      5.9 Summary                                         \
          5.9.1  Show statistics                           |
          5.9.2  Alphabetical song list                    |
          5.9.3  Song statistics                           | -- part 7 of 8
  6.  NEW BOOKS                                            |
  7.  REFERENCES & SOURCES                                /

  APPENDIX: THE SET-LISTS                                    -- part 8 of 8


  1995 proved to be yet another high profile year for Bob Dylan in terms of
  released products, TV appearances and live performances. 116 concerts make
  this the year with most played concerts ever, even topping 1978.

  The consistently excellent quality of the live performances won high praise
  from fans and critics alike.

  Released products included the MTV Unplugged both as audio and video, the
  interactive CD-ROM Highway 61 Interactive, Greatest Hits Volume 3 as
  enhanced music CD.

  The thing really missing was a new record with new Dylan songs or at least
  some new songs played live, and a long over-due change of the touring band,
  which when the year ended had backed Dylan on exactly 300 shows.


   Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May  Jun. Jul. Aug. Sep. Oct. Nov. Dec.

          X  release of Highway 61 Interactive

              ======  Europe Spring Tour

                     X  X  release of MTV Unplugged

        US Spring Tour  =======

           Europe Summer Tour  ======

   Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame Museum Opening  X

                      The Fall Classics Tour  ========

                    Sinatra 80th Year Tribute Concert  X

                                      Paradise Lost Tour  ==

   Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May  Jun. Jul. Aug. Sep. Oct. Nov. Dec.


  January 5      World Gone Wrong is nominated for a Grammy in the Traditional
                 Folk Album category.

  January        According to the Edna Gundersen interview in USA Today on
                 May 5, Dylan spends three weeks in January writing new songs.

  February       Release of Highway 61 Interactive CD-ROM, see 4.1.2.

  February       The so called Emmett Grogan acetates finally come into
                 circulation. They were given to Emmett Grogan by Dylan
                 sometime in late 1965 or 1966 and contain acetates from the
                 recording sessions of ANOTHER SIDE and HIGHWAY 61 REVISITED
                 as well as one track from the 1964 Newport Festival.
                 Please refer to 4.3.1.

  March 1        World Gone Wrong gets a Grammy as best Traditional Folk Album!

  March 10       For the second time since he resumed the regular touring in
                 1974 Dylan has to cancel a show due to illness, in this case

  March 11       Still weak from his illness Dylan performs the first of no
                 less than 116 concerts in 1996. Shortly before the concert
                 he decides to skip his guitar for the evening and perform
                 the entire set with hand held mike and harmonica. This
                 pattern would prevail during most of the Spring and Summer
                 shows, with the first two electric and the first two
                 acoustic songs guitar-less.

                 The show starts with Crash On The Levee (Down In The Flood),
                 which is to become a regular opener. First known live version of
                 this song, not counting the guest appearance at The Band's
                 New Year's Concert 1971.

  March 14       Unbelievable is included in the set for the first time since
                 November 6, 1992 in Gainesville, Florida. Dylan plays
                 harmonica on all songs except the last.

  March 20       "A Primitive's Portfolio", an interview by Malcolm Jones Jr.
                 conducted in early March, is published by Newsweek.

  March 24       Elvis Costello is the support act playing an all acoustic
                 solo set, trying out a number of new songs. This is the
                 first of five opening shows, the other being the Brixton
                 concerts and the concert in Dublin.

  March 28       Release of the Doc Pumus album 'TILL THE NIGHT IS GONE which
                 includes "Boogie Woogie Country Girl" with Bob Dylan backed
                 by his regular touring band. The track was recorded in New
                 Orleans in May 1994.

  March 30       At the second of three shows at The Brixton Academy in
                 London, Dylan finally starts varying the set a bit more,
                 leaving out both Tangled Up In Blue (for the first time
                 since October 8, 1993 in Sacramento, California in a full
                 length concert) and Maggie's Farm (for the first time since
                 November 9, 1994 in Nashville, Tennessee).

                 Elvis Costello joins Dylan for a great version of I Shall Be
                 Released during the encores. Costello plays guitar and
                 shares the vocal.

  March 31       Elvis Costello again joins Dylan during I Shall Be Released
                 and they are then accompanied by Chrissie Hynde and Carole
                 King on back-up vocals on Rainy Day Women # 12 & 35.

  April 11       The European tour ends in Dublin with a two hour show
                 including guests Elvis Costello, Van Morrison, and Carole
                 King during the encores. After the show Dylan hugs Carole
                 King so hard that she falls off the stage and breaks her

  April 11       MTV Unplugged is released in Europe, se 4.1.1.

  April 12       Dylan and Costello are filmed in a Dublin street doing I
                 Shall Be Released presumably for some TV program.

  May 5          MTV Unplugged is released in USA.

  May 5          Release of MTV Unplugged commercial video.

  May 5          "Dylan on Dylan, Unplugged and the birth of a song" is
                 published in USA Today. Another Edna Gundersen interview,
                 probably conducted in late April.

  May 10         The Spring tour starts in San Diego, California. The set
                 includes Seeing The Real You At Last, last played in
                 Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada on August 27, 1992.

  May 15         At the show in McCallum Theater in Palm Desert, California,
                 Obviously Five Believers finally makes its live debut. Also
                 included is a slow version of Never Gonna Be The Same Again,
                 which has only been tried once before, in Melbourne,
                 Australia, February 21, 1986.

  May 17         Pledging My Time is played again for the first time since
                 September 9, 1990 in Austin, Texas.

  May 19         Sheryl Crow, who has been opening for Dylan at the LA shows
                 joins Dylan for yet another duet version of I Shall Be

  June 15        Dylan plays the first of five concerts as opening act
                 "a very special guest", for the Grateful Dead.

  June 21-22     In great contrast to the huge outdoors concerts with
                 The Grateful Dead, Dylan plays two shows in the 800 all-
                 standing Theater of The Living Arts in Philadelphia.
                 The first night is particularly intense and ranks as one
                 of the best concerts during the Never-Ending Tour.
                 An acoustic Visions Of Johanna is one of the highlights.
                 This song has not been in the set since Minneapolis,
                 Minnesota, September 3, 1992. Tangled Up In Blue returns
                 to the set, but now in acoustic version! At this concert
                 it is the acoustic encore. It will be played regularly in
                 acoustic set during the remainder if the year.

                 The second show opens with Drifter's Escape, which turn out
                 to be a fairly common alternative to Down In The Flood as
                 opener. Drifter's Escape was last played November 12, 1992
                 in Clearwater, Florida.

  June 25        At the last show of the spring tour in Washington DC, Jerry
                 Garcia joins the band playing guitar on the encores.

  June 29        As usual Dylan plays the summer festival circuit mixed with
                 a number of regular shows, this time starting in Oslo,

  July 15        Martin Banks from the Birmingham Evening Mail manages to get
                 an ad-hoc interview in the hospitality tent after the
                 Phoenix Festival show.

  July 27        Dylan opens for The Rolling Stones in Montpellier, France,
                 playing one of his shortest sets ever, just 9 songs and no
                 encores. Later Dylan joins The Rolling Stone on, you
                 guessed it, Like A Rolling Stone. The whole thing was
                 recorded and filmed by The Rolling Stones for a possible
                 later single & video release, but as could be expected,
                 Dylan's contribution was less than impressive, so in the
                 end they had to use another live version for their fall
                 release of the Stripped album and the accompanying CD single.

  July 30        The Summer tour ends with a show in Nyon, Switzerland.

  August 9       Jerry Garcia dies of a heart-attack at a California drug
                 rehabilitation center, Serenity Drug Treatment Center in
                 Marin Co., California.

  August 10      The Bob Dylan press statement on Jerry Garcia is issued:
                 "There's no way to measure his greatness or magnitude as a
                 person or as a player. I don't think any eulogizing will do
                 him justice. He was that great, much more than a superb
                 musician, with an uncanny ear and dexterity. He's the very
                 spirit personified of whatever is Muddy River country at
                 its core and screams up into the spheres. He really had no
                 equal. To me he wasn't only a musician and friend, he was
                 more like a big brother who taught and showed me more than
                 he'll ever know. There's a lot of spaces and advances
                 between The Carter Family, Buddy Holly and, say, Ornette
                 Coleman, a lot of universes, but he filled them all without
                 being a member of any school. His playing was moody, awesome,
                 sophisticated, hypnotic and subtle. There's no way to convey
                 the loss. It just digs down really deep. "

  August 11      Dylan attends the Jerry Garcia funeral service at the St.
                 Stephan church in Belvedere, California.

  September 2    At the concert that opened the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame
                 Museum in Cleveland, Dylan and the band plays a five song
                 set. Bruce Springsteen is the main attraction during this
                 whole shebang and duets with most artists as well as playing
                 his own set with the E-Street band. Dylan and Springsteen
                 sing Forever Young as the last song in Dylan's set, which
                 also includes a powerful Seeing The Real You At Last.

  September 23   The Fall Classics Tour (yes, the tours seem to have names
                 again!) starts with a kind of public rehearsal at a small
                 club in Fort Lauderdale, Florida called The Edge.
                 The 14-song set contains no less than 8 covers. Most notable
                 is that the acoustic set includes no Dylan song.

  September 24   At the show at Lee Civic Center in Fort Myers, Florida, Dylan
                 signs about a dozen autographs for people who climb on-stage
                 between the encore numbers. He even signs a guitar that
                 someone had brought into the show.

  September 29   The Sun Sentinel in Fort Lauderdale publishes an interview
                 by journalist John Dolen called "A Midnight Chat with Bob
                 Dylan". The interview takes place at Dylan's hotel in Fort
                 Lauderdale after a band rehearsal.

                 At the show in Sunrise Music Center, Alison Krauss, who is
                 the opening act, joins Dylan on-stage and plays fiddle on One
                 More Night, which makes its live debut with vocals by Dylan.

  September 30   Dickey Betts joins Dylan on-stage at the show in Tampa,
                 Florida, playing guitar in the second electric sets and on
                 the electric encores. He also sings his own Ramblin' Man as
                 the first encore.

  October 16     Sheryl Crow returns to play accordion on 5 songs as well as
                 sing back-up on Alabama Getaway at the show in New Orleans,

  October 24     The enhanced CD version ("CD+" in Sonyspeak) of Greatest
                 Hits Volume 3 is finally released. Unfortunately it is
                 impossible to access it on most computers, even though the
                 2-disc set is accompanied by a third disc only containing
                 drivers for various CD-ROM reading devices. The music is
                 the same as on the regular music CD release and in addition
                 there is a lot of lyrics and two videos, one is Tangled Up
                 In Blue from Renaldo & Clara and one is the promo video for
                 Jokerman. For more details please refer to 4.1.3.

  November 4-5   The shows in Austin, Texas see a number of guests: On the
                 first night Charlie Sexton on electric guitar in the second
                 electric set and the last encore, and Ian Moore also playing
                 electric guitar on the electric encores. The second night
                 Ian Moore returns and again plays electric guitar on the
                 electric encores. Doug Sahm plays electric guitar in the
                 second electric set and the last encore and sings on
                 Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues.

  November 9     Yet another duet takes place in the Symphony Hall in Phoenix,
                 Arizona, when Stevie Nicks joins Dylan on I Shall Be Released
                 (what else?).

  November 19    The Frank Sinatra 80th Birthday Tribute is recorded at the
                 Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, California. Dylan intends
                 to play That's Life but instead, at Sinatra's request,
                 performs a beautiful version of Restless Farewell backed by
                 the touring band and a string quartet. A live version of
                 this song is known only from the 1964 Canadian TV-program
                 Quest. At the post-show party at Sinatra's home only four
                 musical guests are invited. Eydie Gorme, Steve Lawrence,
                 Bob Dylan and Bruce Springsteen.

  November 26    Dylan attends the Bruce Springsteen solo acoustic concert at
                 Wiltern Theater in Los Angeles, California.

  December 7-17  Contrary to his habit of ending the touring after
                 Thanksgiving, Dylan plays 10 shows in December with
                 Patti Smith as opening act. The tour is billed as "Paradise
                 Lost Tour". Although the tour with Patti Smith was set up
                 after a request from Dylan, it takes three shows before they
                 meet, but during the last 7 shows the acoustic set is
                 augmented by a duet with Patti Smith on Dark Eyes.

  December 14    Former band-leader on The Never-Ending Tour (1988, 1989 and
                 most of 1990) G.E. Smith joins Dylan on stage at The Beacon
                 Theatre in New York City for the last encore, as always on
                 this tour, Rainy Day Women # 12 & 35.

  December 11    Music critic, journalist and biographer Robert Shelton dies
                 after a severe stroke a week earlier in his home in Brighton,
                 England. Robert Shelton wrote the influential New York Times
                 review of Dylan's performance (opening act for The
                 Greenbriar Boys) at Gerde's Folk City in Greenwich Village
                 on September 29, 1961. In 1986 he published his biography
                 No Direction Home: The Life and Music of Bob Dylan.

  4.1 New releases
  4.1.1 MTV Unplugged
  MTV Unplugged is released on CD, Cassette, Video, Laserdisc and vinyl
  double LP.

  The tracks selected are:
                               On European     US
                                  CD  LP     CD  LP  video  recording date
  Tombstone Blues                  x   x      x   x    x      11/17/94
  Shooting Star                    x   x      x   x    x      11/18/94
  All Along The Watchtower         x   x      x   x    x      11/18/94
  The Times They Are A-Changin'    x   x      x   x    x      11/18/94
  John Brown                       x   x      x   x    x      11/18/94
  Desolation Row                   x   x      x   x    x      11/17/94
  Rainy Day Women # 12 & 35        x   x      x   x    x      11/18/94
  Love Minus Zero/No Limit         x   x               x      11/17/94
  Dignity                          x   x      x   x    x      11/18/94
  Knockin' On Heaven's Door        x   x      x   x    x      11/18/94
  Like A Rolling Stone             x   x      x   x    x      11/18/94
  With God On Our Side             x   x      x   x    x      11/17/94

  On the European CD and LP versions Knockin' On Heaven's Door was originally
  released with an overdubbed three second loop of audience hand clapping and
  whistling, making the track virtually unlistenable. This overdub was removed
  on later releases and Sony Music replaced the CD at the customers' wish.

  Dignity, John Brown and Knockin' On Heaven's Door are also released as CD
  and cassette singles in various versions. On one of the Dignity singles
  It Ain't Me, Babe from Renaldo & Clara (Cambridge, MA, November 20, 1975)
  is released for the first time.

  4.1.2 Highway 61 Interactive

  The CD-ROM "Highway 61 Interactive" contains a number of "worlds" which the
  user can visit and check out various scenes with photographs and
  memorabilia, listen to interviews or song snippets, and watch videos.
  Lyrics to most released Dylan songs are included.

  The CD-ROM was produced by Graphix Zone Inc. and Sony Music Entertainment,
  1995. It contains one song, "House of the Rising Sun", that is playable on
  an ordinary CD player and 1879 files totaling 612,781,934 bytes for use on
  a multimedia computer. The same CD-ROM works both on a PC (with MS-Windows)
  and on a Macintosh computer.

  There are at least two official releases of the CD-ROM plus a promo release.
  The latter is rumored to contain some early material (1958), which was
  excluded on the official releases. The main difference between the different
  official releases seems to be that some bugs in the earlier release(s) have
  been fixed, e.g. that the program hanged when you tried to save your

  The CD-ROM contains among other things:
    8 Dylan interviews
    7 pictures and paintings by Dylan
  103 Dylan songs (most only snippets: 15-60 seconds)
      -  23 videos
      -  12 unreleased but circulating
      -  12 previously uncirculated
      -  2 unreleased videos from The Supper Club 1993
   14 songs by other artists.

  The videos are:
  Blood In My Eyes, Promotion Video
  Blowin' In The Wind, From "Hard Rain" TV
  Blowin' In The Wind, Live w. intro, photos
  Dignity, MTV Unplugged video
  Girl From The North Country, Live in MSG
  Hattie Carroll, Live Leicester, 650502
  If You See Her, Say Hello, Renaldo & Clara
  Isis, from Renaldo & Clara, Montreal
  Jokerman, Promotion video
  Knockin' On Heaven's Door, Album parade
  Knockin' On Heaven's Door, Live MSG
  Maggie's Farm, Live, Newport 1965
  Masters Of War, Video illustrated - full length
  My Back Pages, Live in MSG 1992
  Only A Pawn ... From Silas Magee's farm
  Series Of Dreams, Promotion video
  Simple Twist Of Fate, Video Renaldo & Clara
  Song To Woody, Pictures of Woody & BD
  Subterranean Homesick Blues, Don't Look Back - full length
  Talking New York, Scenes from the Village
  When He Returns, Live video, Toronto 1980
  You Ain't Going Nowhere, Spinning CD

  The unreleased recordings are:

  Blue-Eyed Jane        from the May 1994 sessions in New Orleans
  I Shall Be Free No. 10
  Like A Rolling Stone  9 different takes
  Mr. Tambourine Man    with Rambling Jack Elliott from Another Side Sessions

  Note. This information is abstracted from the article "A GUIDE TO THE
  HIGHWAY 61 INTERACTIVE CD-ROM" or "I wouldn't know how to use it if I had
  to" by Sven Erick Alm ( with the author's kind permission.
  Please refer to this excellent work for further details.

  4.1.3 Greatest Hits Volume 3 CD+

  The CD Plus Version consists of two disks, with 7 songs on each. The order
  of the songs is changed compared to the regular, non-multimedia one disk
  release in order to get the disks in chronological order.

  Disk one:

  1. Knockin' On Heaven's Door                 Pat Garrett & Billy The Kid
  2. Forever Young                             Planet Waves
  3. Tangled Up In Blue                        Blood On The Tracks
  4. Hurricane                                 Desire
  5. Changing Of The Guards                    Street-Legal
  6. Gotta Serve Somebody                      Slow Train Coming
  7. The Groom's Still Waiting At The Altar    Shot Of Love

  Disk two:

  1. Jokerman                                  Infidels
  2. Series Of Dreams                          Bootleg Series Vol. 3
  3. Brownsville Girl                          Knocked-Out Loaded
  4. Silvio                                    Down In The Groove
  5. Ring Them Bells                           Oh Mercy
  6. Dignity                                   Greatest Hits Vol. 3
  7. Under The Red Sky                         Under The Red Sky

  The 14 audio tracks are playable on an ordinary CD player, but can also be
  played on a computer from the Audio and Lyrics sections of the CD Plus.

  Multimedia Content

  The Main Menu of the CD Plus contains the following sections:

  Audio         Plays the audio tracks, shows photos/credits

  Lyrics        Plays the audio tracks, showing the lyrics with the current
                line highlighted. Clicking on a line in the lyrics makes the
                audio jump to that line.

  Catalog       Shows the album covers of all Dylan albums. Clicking on a
                cover plays a short sample (15 seconds) from one of the songs
                and shows the song titles or the liner notes/song credits.

  Video         Each disk contains a full length video, see below.

  Discography   Contains the albums represented on the CD Plus disguised as
                tape boxes. Clicking on a box brings up that album, where you
                can hear short (15 seconds) samples from all songs on the

  Photos        Contains photos of Dylan with accompanying music samples.
                Parts of the Jokerman video is also showed.

  Biography     Contains a time axis covering the period 1972-1989. Clicking
                on a year shows information about Dylan's activities that year
                and plays a music sample.


  Disk one: Tangled Up In Blue (Live, Boston, MA, November 21,1975)
  Disk two: Series Of Dreams   (Promotional video)

  In addition, there are several samples from the Jokerman video in the Photos
  Section on both discs.

  Note. This information is abstracted from the "Bob Dylan's Greatest Hits
  Volume 3 CD Plus. A summary of the audio content." by Sven Erick Alm
  ( with the author's kind permission. Please refer to
  this excellent work for further details.

  4.2 Recordings from 1995
  (Please note that this section does not include the shows of the
   Never-Ending tour. They are covered in section 5 below).

  July 27 Guesting The Rolling Stones
          Espace Grammont, Montpellier, France

           1.  Like A Rolling Stone

          Bob Dylan (guitar and shared vocal) plus The Rolling Stones.
          Stereo audience recording, 6 minutes.

  Sep 2   Opening of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Museum
          Cleveland Stadium, Cleveland, Ohio

           1.  All Along The Watchtower
           2.  Just Like A Woman
           3.  Seeing The Real You At Last
           4.  Highway 61 Revisited
           5.  Forever Young

          Bob Dylan (vocal & guitar), Bucky Baxter (pedal steel guitar &
          electric slide guitar), John Jackson (guitar), Tony Garnier (bass),
          Winston Watson (drums & percussion).

          5  Bruce Springsteen (guitar & shared vocal).

          Broadcast live by various TV-stations in the US.

          Stereo TV broadcast, 28 minutes.

  Nov 19  Frank Sinatra 80th Birthday Tribute
          Shrine Auditorium, Los Angeles, California

           1. Restless Farewell

          Bob Dylan (vocal & guitar), Bucky Baxter (pedal steel guitar),
          John Jackson (guitar), Tony Garnier (bass), Winston Watson (drums)
          and a string quartet with unidentified musicians.

          Broadcast in "Sinatra: 80 Years My Way" by various television
          networks all around the world on Frank Sinatra's birthday December
          12, 1995.

          Stereo TV recording, 6 minutes.

  4.3    New tapes
  4.3.1  The Emmett Grogan Acetates
         All tracks previously released except where noted. Most tracks
         are longer than the released versions and several contain comments
         by the producer, Tom Wilson.

         June 9, 1964, Columbia Studios, New York City
         CO 82218   I Don't Believe You
         CO 82219   Chimes Of Freedom
         CO 82220   Motorpsycho Nitemare
         CO 82221   Mr. Tambourine Man             (1)
         CO 82222   All I really Want To Do
         CO 82223   Black Crow Blues
         CO 82224   I Shall Be Released # 10       (2)

         July 26, 1964, Newport Folk Festival, Rhode Island
                    All I Really Want To Do        (3)

         July 29, 1965, Columbia Studios, New York City
         CO 86838   Tombstone Blues
                    Tombstone Blues
         CO 86839   It Takes A Lot To Laugh
         CO 86840   Positively 4th Street
                    Positively 4th Street

         July 30, 1965, Columbia Studios, New York City
         CO 86843   From A Buick 6 (so-called rare version)
                    From A Buick 6 (regular version)
         CO 86844   Please Crawl Out Your Window   (4)

         August 2, 1965, Columbia Studios, New York City
         CO 86846   Highway 61 Revisited
         CO 86847   Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues
         CO 86848   Queen Jane Approximately
                    Queen Jane Approximately
         CO 86849   Ballad Of A Thin Man

         August 4, 1965, Columbia Studios, New York City
         CO 86937   Desolation Row

         (1) unreleased, with Rambling Jack Elliott on the choruses
         (2) unreleased, except most of last three verses
         (3) unreleased, except for the last verse, which is in the film
         (4) mistakenly issued as Positively 4th Street

  4.3.2 "Bootleg Series Volume 5-6"
  A tape from what is supposedly the finalized mastered version of The
  Bootleg Series Volume 5-6. It has the complete show from Manchester,
  England May 17, 1966, thus adding a few new tracks, previously not in

  4.3.3 Other new old tapes
  - a complete audience tape from Baton Rouge, Louisiana, May 4, 1976
    is now in circulation.
  - a 45 minute telephone interview from Portland, Oregon on November 30, 1980.
  - a full Avigon 1981 PA-tape
  - a PA-tape from Jones Beach, New York, June 30, 1988

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