STILL ON THE ROAD

1989 EARLY SESSIONS

                       

            

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FEBRUARY

 

12

Los Angeles, California

The Forum, Inglewood, Guest appearance at a Grateful Dead concert

28

New Orleans, Louisiana

The Studio, 1st Oh Mercy recording session

 

MARCH

 

  7

New Orleans, Louisiana

The Studio, 2nd Oh Mercy recording session

  8

New Orleans, Louisiana

The Studio, 3rd Oh Mercy recording session

12

New Orleans, Louisiana

The Studio, 4th Oh Mercy recording session

13

New Orleans, Louisiana

The Studio, 5th Oh Mercy recording session

14 or 15

New Orleans, Louisiana

The Studio, 6th Oh Mercy recording session

21

New Orleans, Louisiana

The Studio, 7th Oh Mercy recording session

21 & 22

New Orleans, Louisiana

The Studio, 8th Oh Mercy recording session

23

New Orleans, Louisiana

The Studio, 9th Oh Mercy recording session

28

New Orleans, Louisiana

The Studio, 10th Oh Mercy recording session

29

New Orleans, Louisiana

The Studio, 11th and last Oh Mercy recording session

 

MAY

 

  7

New York City, New York

The Power Station

 

                                                            

 

 

9830

The Forum

 

Inglewood

 

Los Angeles, California

 

12 February 1989

 

 

 

Guest appearance at a Grateful Dead concert

 

 

                         1.  Iko-Iko (Anne Barbara Hawkins/Rosa Lee Hawkins/Joan Marie Johnson/

                                            Jessie Thomas-Joe Jones-Sharon Jones)

                         2.  Monkey And The Engineer (Jesse Fuller)

                         3.  Alabama Getaway (Robert Hunter/Jerry Garcia)

                         4.  Dire Wolf (Robert Hunter/Jerry Garcia)

                         5.  Cassidy (Bob Weir/John Barlow)

                         6.  Stuck Inside Of Mobile With The Memphis Blues Again

                         7.  Not Fade Away (Norman Petty/Charles Hardin)

                         8.  Knockin' On Heaven's Door

 

 

Bob Dylan (guitar), Jerry Garcia (guitar), Bob Weir (guitar), Phil Lesh (bass), Brent Mydland  (keyboards), Bill Kreutzman (drums), Mickey Hart (drums).

 

6, 8  Bob Dylan (shared vocal).

 

1  Jerry Garcia (vocal), Brent Mydland  (backup vocal).

 

2, 3, 7, 8  Jerry Garcia (shared vocal), Bob Weir (shared vocal).

 

4  Jerry Garcia (vocal), Bob Weir (backup vocal).

 

5, 6  Bob Weir (vocal), Jerry Garcia (backup vocal).

 

Stereo PA recording, 55 minutes.

 

Session info updated 1 February 1994.

                                                            

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9831

The Studio

 

New Orleans, Louisiana

 

28 February 1989

 

 

 

First Oh Mercy recording session, produced by Daniel Lanois

 

 

1.

Born In Time

2.

Born In Time

3.

Born In Time

 

Bob Dylan (piano, guitar and dobro), Malcolm Burns (guitar), Daniel Lanois (electric and 12-string guitars, dobro, harpsichord, drums and bass), Darryl Johnson (bass and glockenspiel).

 

Overdubs

Bob Dylan (additional vocal ) 7 March 1989 and 13April 1989.

Daniel Lanois (12-string guitar)  29 March 1989.

Bob Dylan (guitar overdubs) 7 April 1989.

 

Official releases

1  released on TELL TALE SIGNS: THE BOOTLEG SERIES VOL. 8 RARE AND UNRELEASED 1989-2006, Columbia CKA 735797, 6 October 2008.

2 released on TELL TALE SIGNS: THE BOOTLEG SERIES VOL. 8 RARE AND UNRELEASED 1989-2006, Columbia CKC 735797 (DeLuxe Edition), 6 October 2008.

 

Reference.

Michael Krogsgaard: Bob Dylan: The Recording Sessions (Part 9). The Bridge #14, Spring 2003, pp. 6-33.

 

Session info updated 24 February 2011.

 

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9832

The Studio

 

New Orleans, Louisiana

 

7 March 1989

 

 

 

Second Oh Mercy recording session, produced by Daniel Lanois

 

 

1.

What Good Am I?

2.

What Good Am I?

3.

What Good Am I?

4.

What Good Am I?

5.

What Good Am I?

6.

What Good Am I?

7.

What Good Am I?

8.

What Good Am I?

9.

Ring Them Bells

10.

Ring Them Bells

11.

Ring Them Bells

 

 

1-8 Bob Dylan (piano and guitar), Malcolm Burns (keyboards), Daniel Lanois (electric and 12-string guitars, dobro and bass).

9 Bob Dylan (piano), Malcolm Burns (keyboards and guitar), Daniel Lanois (guitar & dobro).

 

Overdubs

7 Bob Dylan (new vocal) 7 April 1989.

9 Bob Dylan (guitar) 6 April 1989.

 

Notes

Tracks 1-6 are not in circulation.

9  available as rough mix on the 1992 Compilation Tape.

 

Official releases

7, 9  released on OH MERCY, CBS 465 800 2, 19 September 1989.

7, 9  released in remastered versions on the CD/SACD OH MERCY, Columbia 512343-6 as part of the CD box BOB DYLAN REVISITED, THE REISSUE SERIES, 24 March 2004.

7, 9  released in remastered versions on OH MERCY, Columbia 88691924312-35 as part of the CD box THE COMPLETE ALBUM COLLECTION, VOL. ONE, 5 November 2013.

9 released on 3 CD box set DYLAN, Columbia 88697114202-D3, 1 October 2007.

9 released on single CBS 655 643 7, January 29, 1990 and on CD single CBS 655 643 2, January 29, 1990.

9 released on BOB DYLAN’S GREATEST HITS VOLUME 3, Columbia 477805 2, November 15, 1994.

9 released in the UK on BEYOND HERE LIES NOTHIN’, Sony Music 8 86979 83862, 24 October 2011.

10 released on TELL TALE SIGNS: THE BOOTLEG SERIES VOL. 8 RARE AND UNRELEASED 1989-2006, Columbia CKA 735797 (DeLuxe Edition), 6 October 2008.

 

Reference

Michael Krogsgaard: Bob Dylan: The Recording Sessions (Part 9). The Bridge #14, Spring 2003, pp. 6-33.

 

Session info updated 22 November 2013.

 

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9833

The Studio

 

New Orleans, Louisiana

 

8 March 1989

 

 

 

Third Oh Mercy recording session, produced by Daniel Lanois

 

 

1.

Most Of The Time

2.

Most Of The Time

3.

What Was It You Wanted

4.

What Was It You Wanted

5.

Political World

6.

Political World

7.

Disease Of Conceit

8.

Disease Of Conceit

9.

Disease Of Conceit

10.

Disease Of Conceit

 

 

1-6 Bob Dylan (guitars), Mason Ruffner (guitar), Cyril Neville (percussion), Willie Green (drums), Tony Hall (bass), Daniel Lanois (electric and 12-string guitars, dobro, bass and tom-tom).

7-10 Bob Dylan (piano, harmonium).

5,6 Cyril Neville (congas and cowbell)

 

Overdubs

5 Bob Dylan (guitar overdubs) 21 March 1989.

5 Bob Dylan (guitar overdubs) 8 April 1989.

7, 8 or 10 Brian Stoltz (guitar) at a later date.

 

Notes

9 incomplete take.

Tracks 1-4 and 9 are not in circulation.

 

Official releases

5,  7 or 8 or 10 released on OH MERCY, CBS 465 800 2, 19 September 1989.

5,  7 or 8 or 10 released in remastered versions on the CD/SACD OH MERCY, Columbia 512343-6 as part of the CD box BOB DYLAN REVISITED, THE REISSUE SERIES, 24 March 2004.

5,  7 or 8 or 10 released in remastered versions on OH MERCY, Columbia 88691924312-35 as part of the CD box THE COMPLETE ALBUM COLLECTION, VOL. ONE, 5 November 2013.

5 released on single CBS 655 643 7, January 29, 1990, and on CD single CBS 655 643 2, January 29, 1990.

 

Reference

Michael Krogsgaard: Bob Dylan: The Recording Sessions (Part 9). The Bridge #14, Spring 2003, pp. 6-33.

 

Session info updated 22 November 2013.

 

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9834

The Studio

 

New Orleans, Louisiana

 

12 March 1989

 

 

 

4th Oh Mercy recording session, produced by Daniel Lanois

 

 

1.

Most Of The Time

2.

Most Of The Time

3.

Most Of The Time

4.

Most Of The Time

5.

Most Of The Time

6.

Most Of The Time

7.

God Knows

8.

God Knows

9.

Dignity

 

 

1-6 Bob Dylan (guitars), Mason Ruffner (guitar), Cyril Neville (timbales, tom-toms), Willie Green (drums), Tony Hall (bass), Daniel Lanois (guitar, piano)

7, 8 Bob Dylan (guitars, piano, bass and harp), Mason Ruffner (guitar), Cyril Neville (gembe' and percussion), Willie Green (drums), Tony Hall (bass), Daniel Lanois (organ),


Overdubs

1-6 Malcolm Burns (bass) 19 April 1989

8 Bob Dylan (new vocals) 16 March and 4 April, 1989

8 Brian Stoltz (guitar) 13-15 March 1989.

8 Malcolm Burns (bass) at some later date.

 

Official releases

3 released on OH MERCY, CBS 465 800 2, 19 September 1989.

3 released on promotional CD single Columbia CSK 73326, April 1990.

3 released in remastered version on the CD/SACD OH MERCY, Columbia 512343-6 as part of the CD box BOB DYLAN REVISITED, THE REISSUE SERIES, 24 March 2004.

3 released in remastered versionson OH MERCY, Columbia 88691924312-35 as part of the CD box THE COMPLETE ALBUM COLLECTION, VOL. ONE, 5 November 2013.

3  released on CD PURE DYLAN – AN INTIMATE LOOK AT BOB DYLAN, Sony Music 8 86979 88082 5, 21 October 2011.

4, 7 or 8 released on TELL TALE SIGNS: THE BOOTLEG SERIES VOL. 8 RARE AND UNRELEASED 1989-2006, Columbia CKA 735797, 6 October 2008.

5 released on TELL TALE SIGNS: THE BOOTLEG SERIES VOL. 8 RARE AND UNRELEASED 1989-2006, Columbia CKC 735797 (DeLuxe Edition), 6 October 2008.

 

Reference

Michael Krogsgaard: Bob Dylan: The Recording Sessions (Part 9). The Bridge #14, Spring 2003, pp. 6-33.

 

Session info updated 22 November 2013.

 

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9835

The Studio

 

New Orleans, Louisiana

 

13 March 1989

 

 

 

5th Oh Mercy recording session, produced by Daniel Lanois

 

 

1.

Dignity

2.

Dignity

3.

Dignity

 

 

Bob Dylan (piano), Brian Stoltz (guitar), Tony Hall (bass), Willie Green (drums).


Overdubs

Overdubbing of an original take recorded 12 March, 1989:

Brian Stoltz (guitar).

Overdubbing may have taken place March 13-15.

Cyril Neville (tambourine, gembé) 28 March 1989

Bob Dylan (additional vocals) 11 April 1989.

 

Note

Track 1 is not in circulation.

 

Official releases

2 released on promotional CD single Columbia CSK 6595, October 1994.

2 released on CD single Columbia COL 660942 2, December 15, 1994.

2 released on 3 CD box set  DYLAN, Columbia 88697114202-D3, 1 October 2007.

2 released on BOB DYLAN’S GREATEST HITS VOLUME 3, Columbia 477805 2, November 15, 1994.

2 released on SIDE TRACKS, DISC TWO, Columbia 88691924312-47 as part of the CD box THE COMPLETE ALBUM COLLECTION, VOL. ONE, 5 November 2013.

3 released on TELL TALE SIGNS: THE BOOTLEG SERIES VOL. 8 RARE AND UNRELEASED 1989-2006, Columbia CKA 735797, 6 October 2008.

3 released on CHRONIQUES Volume 1, Sony Music Media SMM 520163-2, 5 May 2005 in France.

 

Reference

Michael Krogsgaard: Bob Dylan: The Recording Sessions (Part 9). The Bridge #14, Spring 2003, pp. 6-33.

 

Session info updated 16 February 2014.

 

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9836

The Studio

 

New Orleans, Louisiana

 

14 or 15 March 1989

 

 

 

6th Oh Mercy recording session, produced by Daniel Lanois

 

 

1.

Everything Is Broken

2.

Everything Is Broken

3.

Everything Is Broken

4.

Jam

5.

Three Of Us Be Free

6.

Three Of Us Be Free

7.

Shooting Star

8.

Shooting Star

9.

Shooting Star

10.

Shooting Star

11.

Shooting Star

12.

Shooting Star

13.

Shooting Star

14.

Shooting Star

 

 

1-6 Bob Dylan (guitar), Brian Stoltz (guitar and 12-string guitar)), Tony Hall (bass), Willie Green (drums) and Darryl Johnson (congas and percussion).

7-14 Bob Dylan (guitar), Brian Stoltz (guitar), Tony Hall (bass), Willie Green (drums), and Daniel Lanois (dobro).

 

Overdubs

Bob Dylan (acoustic guitar) 1 April 1989.

Bob Dylan (new vocal and harmonica) 3 April 1989.

13 Bob Dylan (new vocals) 1 and 3 April, 1989.

13 Bob Dylan (vocals) 2 April 1989.

Bob Dylan (electric guitar) 6 April 1989.

Daniel Lanois (dobro) 1 April 1989.

Daniel Lanois (dobro and omni-chord overdub) 2 April 1989.

 

Note

Tracks 5 and 6 are not in circulation.

 

Official releases

1, 13 released on OH MERCY, CBS 465 800 2, 19 September 1989.

1, 13 released in remastered versions on the CD/SACD OH MERCY, Columbia 512343-6 as part of the CD box BOB DYLAN REVISITED, THE REISSUE SERIES, 24 March 2004.

1, 13 released in remastered versions on OH MERCY, Columbia 88691924312-35 as part of the CD box THE COMPLETE ALBUM COLLECTION, VOL. ONE, 5 November 2013.

1 released on Cassette Single Columbia 38T73062 and on single, maxi-single and CD-single CBS 65558 X.

1  released on THE BEST OF BOB  DYLAN, Columbia SONYTV28CD, June 2, 1997.

1  released in the UK on THE ESSENTIAL BOB  DYLAN, Columbia C2K 85168, 31 October 2000.

1 released on BLUES, Columbia/Legacy 88697009172, 19 December 2006.

1 released on 3 CD box set DYLAN, Columbia 88697114202-D3, 1 October 2007.

2 released on TELL TALE SIGNS: THE BOOTLEG  SERIES VOL. 8 RARE AND UNRELEASED 1989-2006, Columbia CKA 735797, 6 October 2008.

13  released on CD PURE DYLAN – AN INTIMATE LOOK AT BOB DYLAN, Sony Music 8 86979 88082 5, 21 October 2011.

 

Reference

Michael Krogsgaard: Bob Dylan: The Recording Sessions (Part 9). The Bridge #14, Spring 2003, pp. 6-33.

 

Session info updated 22 November 2013.

 

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9837

The Studio

 

New Orleans, Louisiana

 

21 March 1989

 

 

 

7th Oh Mercy recording session, produced by Daniel Lanois

 

 

1.

What Was It You Wanted

2.

What Was It You Wanted

3.

What Was It You Wanted

4.

What Was It You Wanted

 

 

Bob Dylan (guitars & harp), Malcolm Burns (guitar & bass), Willie Green (drums), Cyril Neville (gembé), Mason Ruffner (guitar), Daniel Lanois (drums, 12-string guitar & guitar)

 

Overdubs

1 Bob Dylan (new vocals) 24 March and 10 April 1989.

1 Mason Ruffner (guitar) 3 April 1989.

1 Malcolm Burns (guitar) 4 April 1989.

 

Official release

1 released on  OH MERCY, CBS 465 800 2, 19 September 1989.

1 released in remastered version on the CD/SACD OH MERCY, Columbia 512343-6 as part of the CD box BOB DYLAN REVISITED, THE REISSUE SERIES, 24 March 2004.

1 released in remastered version on OH MERCY, Columbia 88691924312-35 as part of the CD box THE COMPLETE ALBUM COLLECTION, VOL. ONE, 5 November 2013.

 

Reference

Michael Krogsgaard: Bob Dylan: The Recording Sessions (Part 9). The Bridge #14, Spring 2003, pp. 6-33.

 

Session info updated 22 November 2013.

 

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9838

The Studio

 

New Orleans, Louisiana

 

21 and 22 March 1989

 

 

 

8th Oh Mercy recording session, produced by Daniel Lanois

 

 

1.

Where Teardrops Fall

2.

Where Teardrops Fall

3.

Where Teardrops Fall

 

 

Bob Dylan (piano), Alton Rubin Sr. (drums), Larry Jolivet (bass), David Rubin (scrub board), John Hart (saxophone), Paul Synegal (guitar, steel guitar).

 

Overdubs

2 Bob Dylan (new vocals) 15 and 16 April 1989.

8 Bob Dylan (piano and omnichord) 15 April 1989.

 

Note

Tracks 1 and 3 are not in circulation.

 

Official releases

2 released on OH MERCY, CBS 465 800 2, 19 September 1989.

2 released in remastered version on the CD/SACD OH MERCY, Columbia 512343-6 as part of the CD box BOB DYLAN REVISITED, THE REISSUE SERIES, 24 March 2004.

2 released in remastered version on OH MERCY, Columbia 88691924312-35 as part of the CD box THE COMPLETE ALBUM COLLECTION, VOL. ONE, 5 November 2013.

2 released on CD-single CBS 65558 2.

 

Reference

Michael Krogsgaard: Bob Dylan: The Recording Sessions (Part 9). The Bridge #14, Spring 2003, pp. 6-33.

 

Session info updated 22 November 2013.

 

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9839

The Studio

 

New Orleans, Louisiana

 

23 March 1989

 

 

 

9th Oh Mercy recording session, produced by Daniel Lanois

 

 

1.

Series Of Dreams

2.

Series Of Dreams

3.

Series Of Dreams

4.

Series Of Dreams

 

 

Bob Dylan (guitars), Glen Fukunaga (bass), Roddy Colonna (drums & percussion), Daniel Lanios (guitars, bass, strings & percussion), Mason Ruffner (guitar), Cyril Neville (talking drum).

 

Overdubs

Bob Dylan (new vocal ) 30 March 1989.

Overdubbed in Messina Music Studios, New York City, New York, 9-25 January 1991.

 

Official releases

1 released on THE BOOTLEG SERIES (RARE & UNRELEASED) 1961–1991, Volume 3, Columbia 468 086 2, March 26, 1991.

1 released on BOB  DYLAN’S GREATEST HITS VOLUME 3, Columbia 477805 2, November 15, 1994.

1 released on US promotional CD single Columbia CSK 3041, March, 1991.

1 released on US promotional CD EP Columbia SAMPCD 1476, March, 1991.

1 released on European single Columbia 656707 2, March, 1991.

1 released on SIDE TRACKS, DISC TWO, Columbia 88691924312-47 as part of the CD box THE COMPLETE ALBUM COLLECTION, VOL. ONE, 5 November 2013.

2 released on TELL TALE SIGNS: THE BOOTLEG SERIES VOL. 8 RARE AND UNRELEASED 1989-2006, Columbia CKA 735797, 6 October 2008.

 

Reference

Michael Krogsgaard: Bob Dylan: The Recording Sessions (Part 9). The Bridge #14, Spring 2003, pp. 6-33.

 

Session info updated 16 February 2014.

 

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9840

The Studio

 

New Orleans, Louisiana

 

28 March 1989

 

 

 

10th Oh Mercy recording session, produced by Daniel Lanois

 

 

1.

Political World

2.

Political World

3.

Disease Of Conceit

4.

Disease Of Conceit

5.

Where Teardrops Fall

6.

Where Teardrops Fall

7.

Where Teardrops Fall

 

 

1 -7 Bob Dylan (guitars, piano, on 3-7), Brian Stoltz (guitar), Tony Hall (bass), Willie Green (drums), Cyril Neville (percussion), Mason Ruffner (guitar).

6 Daniel Lanois (dobro, 12-string guitar, steel guitar).

 

Overdubs

6 Bob Dylan (new vocals) 30 March, 3 and 8 April 1989.

 

Note. These tracks are not in circulation.

 

Reference.

Michael Krogsgaard: Bob Dylan: The Recording Sessions (Part 9). The Bridge #14, Spring 2003, pp. 6-33.

 

Session info updated 1 March 2011.

 

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9841

The Studio

 

New Orleans, Louisiana

 

29 March 1989

 

 

 

11th and last Oh Mercy recording session, produced by Daniel Lanois

 

 

1.

What Good Am I?

2.

What Good Am I?

3.

Man In The Long Black Coat

4.

Man In The Long Black Coat

 

 

1-4 Bob Dylan (piano).

3 Daniel Lanois (dobro, drums & bass), Bob Dylan (guitar, 12-string guitar & harp).

 

Overdub

3 Bob Dylan (new vocals and overdubbed electric guitar) 4 April 1989.

 

Note

Track 4 is not in circulation.

 

Official releases

3 released on OH MERCY, CBS 465 800 2, 19 September 1989.

3 released on CHRONIQUES Volume 1, Sony Music Media SMM 520163-2, 5 May 2005 in France.

3 released in remastered version on the CD/SACD OH MERCY, Columbia 512343-6 as part of the CD box BOB DYLAN REVISITED, THE REISSUE SERIES, 24 March 2004.

3 released in remastered version on OH MERCY, Columbia 88691924312-35 as part of the CD box THE COMPLETE ALBUM COLLECTION, VOL. ONE, 5 November 2013.

 

Reference

Michael Krogsgaard: Bob Dylan: The Recording Sessions (Part 9). The Bridge #14, Spring 2003, pp. 6-33.

 

Session info updated 22 November 2013.

 

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9845

The Power Station

 

New York City, New York

 

May 1989

 

 

 

Rehearsals for the European Tour.

 

 

1.   Unidentified Blues

2.   I Shall Be Released

3.   Making Believe (Jimmy Work)

4.   Early Morning Rain (Gordon Lightfoot)

5.   Early Morning Rain (Gordon Lightfoot)

6.   Shot Of Love

7.   Shot Of Love

8.   Shot Of Love

9.   Give My Love To Rose (Johnny Cash)

10.   Man Gave Names To All The Animals

11.   Man Gave Names To All The Animals

12.   (I Heard That) Lonesome Whistle (Hank Williams – Jimmie Davis)

13.   Both Sides Now (Joni Mitchell)

14.   Too Far Gone (Billy Sherrill)

15.   California Blues (Jimmie Rodgers)

16.   Shot Of Love

17.   Shot Of Love

18.   Shot Of Love

19.   Little Queen Of Spades (Robert Johnson)

20.   I'm Not Supposed To Care (Gordon Lightfoot)

21.   I'm Not Supposed To Care (Gordon Lightfoot)

22.   Not Fade Away (Charles Hardin)

23.   Everyday

24.   Everyday

25.   When Did You Leave Heaven? (W. Bullock - R. Whiting)

26.   Everybody's Movin' (Glen Trout)

27.   I'll Remember You

28.   Ballad Of A Thin Man

29.   Peace In The Valley (Thomas A. Dorsey)

30.   Shelter From The Storm

31.   Most Likely You Go Your Way (And I'll Go Mine)

32.   Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues

33.   Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues

34.   Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues

35.   Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues

36.   Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues

37.   Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues

38.   Tomorrow Is A Long Time

39.   Silvio (Bob Dylan & Robert Hunter)

 

 

Bob Dylan (guitar), G. E. Smith (guitar), Kenny Aaronson (bass), Christopher Parker (drums).

 

1-4, 6-10, 12, 16, 17, 19, 20, 22-39  Bob Dylan (vocal).

 

1, 2, 12, 15-17, 22, 38 Mindy Jostyn (harmonica).

 

3-9, 10, 11, 19-22, 23-37  Mindy Jostyn (violin).

 

13-15 Mindy Jostyn (vocal).

 

5, 11, 18, 21  instrumentals.

 

Notes.

·       In The Clinton Heylin interview Kenny Aaronson calls the violin player, Mindy, ”she’s the girl in Billy Joel’s new band”.

·       Bob Dylan's presence on tracks 13-15 is uncertain.

·       This session started circulating on bootleg CD The Never Ending Tour Rehearsals (Moonlight Records), February 1996.

 

Reference: A Conversation with Kenny Aaronson by Clinton Heylin, The Telegraph #36, Summer 1990.

 

Stereo PA recording, 95 minutes

 

Session info updated 15 October 1996.

                                                            

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