4 NEW RELEASES AND RECORDINGS. 1

4.1 Live 96. 1

4.2 Not Dark Yet single. 2

4.3 Clinch Mountain Country. 2

4.4 Love Sick singles. 2

4.4.1 CD 1 Columbia COL 665 997 2. 2

4.4.2 CD 2 Columbia COL 665 997 5. 2

4.5 Bootleg series. 3

4.6 Web Bob. 3

4.7 Other recordings 1998. 4

4.7.1 40th Annual Grammy Awards. 4

4.7.2 Joan Osborne session. 4

4.8 New tapes & bootlegs. 5

4.8.1 The Genuine Bootleg Series take III: "The Third One Now". 5

4.8.2 Hollywood Bowl, Los Angeles, California, 3 September 1965. 7

4.8.3 EON Melbourne Interview 1986. 7

4.8.4 New PA-tapes. 8

 

 

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JUST A SONG AND DANCE MAN

 

4      NEW RELEASES AND RECORDINGS

4.1                           Live 96

 

1.     My Back Pages

2.     Tombstone Blues

3.     Ballad Of A Thin Man

4.     Boots Of Spanish Leather

 

Live recordings from House Of Blues, Atlanta, Georgia.

 

1, 3 recorded August 3, 1996

3, 4 recorded August 4, 1996

 

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

 

Released on Columbia CSK 3818, late November 1997. Available only in The U.S. through Coalition Independent Music Shops in a limited edition of 5000 copies. Obtained free of charge by presenting

a completed form available on the Internet!

 

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4.2                           Not Dark Yet single

 

1.     Not Dark Yet

2.     Tombstone Blues

3.     Ballad Of A Thin Man

4.     Boots Of Spanish Leather

 

1 taken from Time Out Of Mind.

2, 3 and 4 taken from Live '96.

 

Released February 1998 in Sweden and Norway only. Columbia COL 665 443 2.

 

4.3                           Clinch Mountain Country

 

1. The Lonesome River (Carter Stanley & Ralph Stanley)

 

Bob Dylan (vocal & acoustic guitar) with Ralph Stanley & The Clinch Mountain Boys: Ralph Stanley (vocal & banjo), Jack Cooke (upright bass), Ralph Stanley II (rhythm guitar), James Shelton (guitar), Steve Sparkman (banjo), James Price (fiddle), John Rigsby (mandolin).

 

Released on Ralph Stanley & Friends; Clinch Mountain Country, Rebel REB-5001, May 19, 1998.

 

Stereo studio recording, 3 minutes.

 

 

4.4                           Love Sick singles

4.4.1                       CD 1 Columbia COL 665 997 2

 

1.     Love Sick

2.     Cold Irons Bound

3.     Cocaine Blues (trad.)

4.     Born In Time

 

1 is the version performed at the Grammy Awards ceremony in Radio City Music Hall, News York City, February 25, 1998.

 

2, 3 are from El Rey Theatre, Los Angeles, California, December 16, 1997.

 

4 is from Center For The Performing Arts, Newark, New Jersey, February 1, 1998.

 

4.4.2                       CD 2 Columbia COL 665 997 5

 

1.     Love Sick

2.     Can't Wait

3.     Roving Gambler (trad.)

4.     Blind Willie McTell

 

1 is taken from Time Out Of Mind.

 

2 is from El Rey Theatre, Los Angeles, California, December 20, 1997.

 

3 is from December 1997.

 

4 is from Jones Beach Music Theatre, Wantaugh, New York, August 17, 1997.

 

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4.5                           Bootleg series

 

CD1:

1.     She Belongs To Me

2.     Fourth Time Around

3.     Visions Of Johanna

4.     It's All Over Now, Baby Blue

5.     Desolation Row

6.     Just Like A Woman

7.     Mr. Tambourine Man

 

CD2:

8.     Tell Me, Momma

9.     I Don't Believe You

10.  Baby Let Me Follow You Down

11.  Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues

12.  Leopard-Skin Pill-Box Hat

13.  One Too Many Mornings

14.  Ballad Of A Thin Man

15.  Like A Rolling Stone

 

Recorded at The Free Trade Hall, Manchester, England on May 17, 1966.

1-7 Bob Dylan (vocal, guitar & harmonica).

8-15 Bob Dylan (vocal, guitar & harmonica), Robbie Robertson (guitar), Rick Danko (bass), Garth Hudson (organ), Mickey Jones (drums).

14 Bob Dylan piano.

 

Released on The Bootleg Series, Vol. 4: Bob Dylan Live, 1966: The "Royal Albert Hall Concert", October 13, 1998.

 

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4.6                           Web Bob

 

The official Bob Dylan homepage on the Internet, www.bobdylan.com, started August 1997 and has developed into far the best of all official artist pages. A special treat is the inclusion of complete and mostly unreleased tracks, made available in the so called "real-audio" format. Almost all so far are live PA recordings. Tracks in order of appearance:

 

Blind Willie McTell *

August 17, 1997

Jones Beach Music Theatre, Wantaugh, New York

Visions Of Johanna

September 3, 1992

Orpheum Theatre, Minneapolis, Minnesota

Mr. Tambourine Man

August 23, 1997

Wolftrap, Vienna, Virginia

Lay Down Your Weary Tune

October 26, 1963

Carnegie Hall, New York City, New York

John Brown

April 12, 1963

Town Hall, New York City, New York

Cold Irons Bound *

December 16, 1997

El Rey Theatre, Los Angeles, California

You're A Big Girl Now

December 17, 1997

El Rey Theatre, Los Angeles, California

The Lonesome Death Of Hattie Carroll

December 16, 1997

El Rey Theatre, Los Angeles, California

Percy's Song

October 26, 1963

Carnegie Hall, New York City, New York

'Till I Fell In Love With You

December 16, 1997

El Rey Theatre, Los Angeles, California

Seven Curses

October 26, 1963

Carnegie Hall, New York City, New York

Idiot Wind

August 30, 1992

Orpheum Theatre, Minneapolis, Minnesota

Has Anybody Seen My Love?

November 17, 1993

The Supper Club, New York City, New York

Weeping Willow

November 17, 1993

The Supper Club, New York City, New York

Love Sick *

February 25, 1998

Grammy Awards, Radio City Music Hall, New York City, New York

Girl From The North Country

January 20, 1998

Madison Square Garden Theater, New York City, New York

The Man In Me

January 28, 1998

Landmark Theatre, Syracuse, New York

Born In Time *

February 1, 1998

Center For The Performing Arts, Newark, New Jersey

Tears Of Rage

January 17, 1998

Madison Square Garden Theater, New York City, New York

Delia

November 17, 1993

The Supper Club, New York City, New York

The Lonesome River

Duet with Ralph Stanley taken from the album Clinch Mountain Country

Make You Feel My Love

May 21, 1998

Pauley Pavilion, UCLA, Los Angeles, California

Im Not Supposed To Care

May 23, 1998

The Pond, Anaheim, California

Shelter From The Storm

October 19, 1994

Roseland Ballroom, New York City, New York

Boots Of Spanish Leather

June 21, 1998

SECC, Glasgow, Scotland

Mama, You Been On My Mind

June 17, 1998

Forrest Nationaal, Brussels, Belgium

Seor (Tales Of Yankee Power)

July 6, 1998

Piazza Napoleone, Lucca, Italy

A Hard Rain's A-Gonna Fall

June 2, 1998

Messehalle, Leipzig, Germany

I And I

July 1, 1998

Forum, Dijon, France

Baby, Let Me Follow You Down

May 17, 1966

Free Trade Hall, Manchester, England

Roving Blade

June 19, 1998

Botanic Gardens, Belfast, Northern Ireland

Friend Of The Devil

May 31, 1998

Frankenstadion, Nuremberg, Germany

Rank Strangers To Me

July 5, 1998

La Scalinata, Rome, Italy

Shake Sugaree

December 1, 1997

The Roxy, Atlanta, Georgia

Oh Babe It Ain't No Lie

June 12, 1998

Stadtpark, Hamburg, Germany

The Times We've Known

November 1, 1998

Madison Square Garden, New York City, New York

Little Moses

September 2, 1992

Orpheum Theater, Minneapolis, Minnesota

I Believe In You

November 3, 1998

Blue Cross Arena, Rochester, New York

Across The Borderline

November 3, 1998

Blue Cross Arena, Rochester, New York

Not Dark Yet

June 3, 1998

Berlin, Germany

 

* released on Love Sick single see section 4.4 above.

** released on Bootleg Series, Vol. 4.

 

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4.7                           Other recordings 1998

Please note that this section does not include the shows of the Never-Ending tour. They are covered in section 5.

 

4.7.1                       40th Annual Grammy Awards

 

Radio City Music Hall, New York City, New York, February 25, 1998.

 

1. Love Sick

 

Bob Dylan (vocal & guitar), Larry Campbell (guitar), Bucky Baxter (pedal steel guitar), Tony Garnier (bass), David Kemper (drums).

Stereo TV broadcast, 6 minutes.

Released on single LOVE SICK, Columbia COL 665 997 2, June 2, 1998.

4.7.2                       Joan Osborne session

Unidentified studio, New York City, New York, October 31, 1998.

 

1. Chimes Of Freedom


Bob Dylan and Joan Osborne shared vocal backed by unidentified musicians.

 

Released on the soundtrack The '60s, January 26, 1999.

 

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4.8                           New tapes & bootlegs

4.8.1                       The Genuine Bootleg Series take III: "The Third One Now"

 

J

means new, not previously released or in circulation

means already in circulating but now in significantly improved quality

 

CD 1:

 

 

Hard Times In New York Town

J

"Smith home tape" 1962, from the tapes recorded at the home of Eve and Mac McKenzie in New York City, late 1961, 1962 and early 1963. According to Day By Day by Clinton Heylin this song was recorded on January 29, 1962.

The Death Of Emmett Till

J

"Smith home tape" 1962. See above

Sally Gal

 

Oscar Brand Folk Festival, WNYC Radio Studio, October 29, 1961

The Girl I Left Behind

 

as above

I Rode Out One Morning

"Smith home tape" 1962. See above. Exact recording date unknown.

House Of The Risin' Sun

as above

See That My Grave Is Kept Clean

as above

Ballad Of Donald White

as above

Farewell

 

Witmark demo, March 1963

Percy's Song

 

Carnegie Hall, New York City, October 26, 1963

I Shall Be Free No 10

 

Another Side outtake. Columbia Studios, New York City, June 9, 1964

I Shall Be Free No 10

 

as above

If You Gotta Go, Go Now

 

live 65

It's Alright, Ma (I'm Only Bleeding)

 

Les Crane Show, WABC TV Studios, February 17, 1965

Tombstone Blues

J

Highway 61 Revisited outtake. Columbia Recording Studio A, New York City, July 29, 1965 with The Chambers Brothers

From A Buick 6

 

Hollywood Bowl, Los Angeles, California September 3, 1965

Visions Of Johanna

J

The Gaumont, Sheffield, England, May 16, 1966

Leopard-Skin Pill-Box Hat

J

The Odeon, Liverpool, England, May 14, 1966

 

CD 2:

 

 

Mr. Tambourine Man

J

The Gaumont, Sheffield, England, May 16, 1966

This Wheel's On Fire

Basement tapes, unmixed stereo. Big Pink, West Saugerties, New York, 1967.

You Ain't Goin' Nowhere

as above

I Shall Be Released

as above

Too Much Of Nothing

as above

You Ain't Goin' Nowhere

as above

Folsom Prison Blues

 

Columbia Studios, Nashville, Tennessee May 3, 1969

Ring Of Fire

 

as above

Went To See The Gypsy

J

New Morning outtake recorded at Studio B, Columbia Recording Studios, New York City, New York, March 3, 4 or 5, 1970

If Not For You

J

New Morning outtake recorded at Studio B, Columbia Recording Studios, New York City, New York, May 1, 1970

Sign On The Window

J

Studio E, Columbia Recording Studios, New York City, New York, June 5, 1970 (released New Morning version with overdubs)

Knockin' On Heaven's Door

 

Burbank Studios, Burbank, California, February 1973

Sweet Amarillo

 

As above (not listed on cover or in booklet)

Nobody 'Cept You

 

Forum de Montreal, Montreal, Quebec, Canada January 11, 1974

Lily, Rosemary And The Jack Of Hearts

 

Blood On The Tracks outtake recorded at Columbia A&R Studios, New York City, New York, September 12, 1974

If You See Her, Say Hello

 

as above

Simple Twist Of Fate

 

From "The World Of John Hammond", WTTW TV-studios, Chicago, Illinois, September 10, 1974

Oh, Sister

 

as above

Rita May

J

Desire outtake recorded at Studio E, Columbia Recording Studios, New York City, New York, July 14, 1975

 

CD 3:

 

 

Never Let Me Go

 

Forum de Montreal, Montreal, Quebec, Canada December 4, 1975

Sign Language

 

Shangri-La Studios, Malibu, California, March 1976 with Eric Clapton

Ballad Of A Thin Man

J

Rehearsals at Rundown Studios, Santa Monica, California, January-February 1978.

Blowin' In The Wind

J

as above

Blowin' In The Wind

J

as above

Shot Of Love

J

Clover, Los Angeles, California, probably May 15, 1981

Watered-Down Love

J

as above

Tangled Up In Blue

 

Roma Palaeur, Rome, Italy, June 19, 1984

A Couple More Years

 

Townhouse Studio, London, England, August 27/28, 1986

The French Girl

 

Grateful Dead Rehearsals, Club Front, San Rafael, California, April 1987

Series Of Dreams

 

Studio On The Move, New Orleans, Louisiana, March/April 1989

Ring Them Bells

 

From "The Great Music Experience" at Todaiji Temple, Nara, Japan, Mat 20, 1994

Handy Dandy

J

Under The Red Sky outtake recorded at Oceanway Studios, Los Angeles, California, January 1990

T.V. Talkin' Song

J

Under The Red Sky outtake probably recorded at The Complex Studio, Los Angeles, California, March 1990

Anyway You Want Me

J

Sony Studios, New York City, New York, September 30, 1994

My Blue Eyed Jane

 

Ardent Studios, Memphis, Tennessee, May 9-11, 1994 with Emmylou Harris

Blind Willie McTell

 

Filene Center, Wolf Trap Farm Park For The Performing Arts, Vienna, Virginia, August 23 or 24, 1997

Hard Times

 

From Willie Nelson's 60th birthday party filmed at KRLU TV Studios, Austin, Texas, April 28, 1993

Restless Farewell

 

From Sinatra 80, the Frank Sinatra 80th Year Tribute concert at Shrine Auditorium, Los Angeles, California, November 19, 1995

 

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4.8.2                       Hollywood Bowl, Los Angeles, California, 3 September 1965

This is a new 75-minute PA-tape containing the following:

1.     She Belongs To Me

2.     To Ramona

3.     Gates Of Eden

4.     It's All Over Now, Baby Blue

5.     Desolation Row

6.     Love Minus Zero/No Limit

7.     Mr. Tambourine Man

8.     I Don't Believe You

9.     Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues

10.  From A Buick 6

11.  Maggie's Farm

12.  Ballad Of A Thin Man

13.  Like A Rolling Stone

 

1-7 Bob Dylan vocal & acoustic guitar.
1-8 and 13 Bob Dylan harmonica.
8-13 Bob Dylan vocal & electric guitar, Robbie Robertson guitar, Al Kooper organ, Harvey Brooks bass, Levon Helm drums.

 

4.8.3                       EON Melbourne Interview 1986

This interview was taped poolside February 20 or 21 at Rockman's Regency Hotel in Melbourne and broadcast on EON-FM in Melbourne February 21. The interview is reprinted in The Bridge No. 1.

 

4.8.4                       New PA-tapes

The following new PA-tapes have started circulating:

J  Newport, Rhode Island, July 24 & 26, 1964 - 5 songs

J  Los Angeles Evening show February 14, 1974- line recording with the last 50 minutes including
The Band's set

J  New York City, New York December 8, 1997 - line recording

J  San Jos, California May 19, 1998

J  Puyallup, Washington September 22, 1998

 

 

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