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  • #31
    One of my favourite Bob Dylan albums.
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    • #32
      A new boxset chronicling Bob Dylan’s famous Rolling Thunder Revue will be released as a companion piece to Martin Scorsese’s upcoming documentary about the 1975 tour, Rolling Thunder Revue: A Bob Dylan Story by Martin Scorsese. The boxset will be released June 7th, while the film hits Netflix and select theaters June 12th.

      Rolling Thunder Revue: The 1975 Live Recordings will comprise 14 CDs and 148 tracks, capturing five full Dylan sets from the tour that were professionally recorded. It will also include recently discovered tapes from Dylan’s tour rehearsals, which took place at S.I.R. studios in New York. An exact track list has yet to be announced.

      Dylan’s Rolling Thunder Revue tour took place between 1975 and 1976 and found the musician playing theater shows with little advanced notice. The tour famously featured Joan Baez, Roger McGuinn and Ramblin’ Jack Elliott, while one-off special guests included Ringo Starr, Patti Smith and Joni Mitchell.

      The Rolling Thunder Revue box set has reportedly been in the works for several years (a selection of songs from the tour were featured on 2002’s The Bootleg Series Vol. 5). In 2017, a source close to Dylan’s camp told Rolling Stone, “It’s a great period and there’s so much music that was so well-recorded. I think that’ll be a great companion piece to the film. We have incredible, incredible stuff.”

      Scorsese’s documentary about the tour was also long-rumored before Netflix confirmed its arrival in January. The film is expected to feature a rare on-camera interview with Dylan, as well as other performers from the tour. The majority of the interviews were reportedly conducted by Dylan’s longtime manager, Jeff Rosen, who also did the interviews for Scorsese’s 2005 Dylan film, No Direction Home.
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      • #33
        Rolling Thunder Revue: The 1975 Live Recordings Track List

        Disc 1 – October 19, 1975 – S.I.R. Rehearsals, New York, NY
        1. “Rake and Ramblin’ Boy” [incomplete]
        2. “Romance in Durango” [incomplete]
        3. “Rita May”
        4. “I Want You” [incomplete]
        5. “Love Minus Zero/No Limit” [incomplete]
        6. “She Belongs to Me” [incomplete]
        7. “Joey” [incomplete]
        8. “Isis”
        9. “Hollywood Angel” [incomplete]
        10. “People Get Ready”
        11. “What Will You Do When Jesus Comes?”
        12. “Spanish Is the Loving Tongue”
        13. “The Ballad of Ira Hayes”
        14. “One More Cup of Coffee (Valley Below)”
        15. “Tonight I’ll Be Staying Here with You”
        16. “This Land Is Your Land”
        17. “Dark as a Dungeon”

        Disc 2 – October 21, 1975 – S.I.R. Rehearsals, New York, NY
        1. “She Belongs to Me”
        2. “A Hard Rain’s a-Gonna Fall”
        3. “Isis”
        4. “This Wheel’s on Fire/Hurricane/All Along the Watchtower”
        5. “One More Cup of Coffee (Valley Below)”
        6. “If You See Her, Say Hello”
        7. “One Too Many Mornings”
        8. “Gwenevere” [incomplete]
        9. “Lily, Rosemary and the Jack of Hearts” [incomplete]
        10. “Patty’s Gone to Laredo”
        11. “It’s Alright, Ma (I’m Only Bleeding)”

        Disc 3 – October 29, 1975 – Seacrest Motel Rehearsals, Falmouth, MA
        1. “Tears of Rage
        2. “I Shall Be Released
        3. “Easy and Slow
        4. “Ballad of a Thin Man
        5. “Hurricane
        6. “One More Cup of Coffee (Valley Below)
        7. “Just Like a Woman
        8. “Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door

        Disc 4 – November 19, 1975 – Memorial Auditorium, Worcester, MA
        1. “When I Paint My Masterpiece”
        2. “It Ain’t Me, Babe”
        3. “The Lonesome Death of Hattie Carroll”
        4. “It Takes a Lot to Laugh, It Takes a Train to Cry”
        5. “Romance in Durango”
        6. “Isis”
        7. “Blowin’ in the Wind”
        8. “Wild Mountain Thyme”
        9. “Mama, You Been on My Mind”
        10. “Dark as a Dungeon”
        11. “I Shall Be Released”

        Disc 5 – November 19, 1975 – Memorial Auditorium, Worcester, MA
        1. “Tangled Up in Blue”
        2. “Oh, Sister”
        3. “Hurricane”
        4. “One More Cup of Coffee (Valley Below)”
        5. “Sara”
        6. “Just Like a Woman”
        7. “Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door”
        8. “This Land Is Your Land”

        Disc 6 – November 20, 1975 – Harvard Square Theater, Cambridge, MA
        1. “When I Paint My Masterpiece”
        2. “It Ain’t Me, Babe”
        3. “The Lonesome Death of Hattie Carroll”
        4. “It Takes a Lot to Laugh, It Takes a Train to Cry”
        5. “Romance in Durango”
        6. “Isis”
        7. “Blowin’ in the Wind”
        8. “Wild Mountain Thyme”
        9. “Mama, You Been on My Mind”
        10. “Dark as a Dungeon”
        11. “I Shall Be Released”

        Disc 7 – November 20, 1975 – Harvard Square Theater, Cambridge, MA
        1. “Simple Twist of Fate”
        2. “Oh, Sister”
        3. “Hurricane”
        4. “One More Cup of Coffee (Valley Below)”
        5. “Sara”
        6. “Just Like a Woman”
        7. “Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door”
        8. “This Land Is Your Land”

        Disc 8 – November 21, 1975 – Afternoon – Boston Music Hall, Boston, MA
        1. “When I Paint My Masterpiece”
        2. “It Ain’t Me, Babe”
        3. “The Lonesome Death of Hattie Carroll”
        4. “A Hard Rain’s a-Gonna Fall”
        5. “Romance in Durango”
        6. “Isis”
        7. “The Times They Are a-Changin'”
        8. “I Dreamed I Saw St. Augustine”
        9. “Mama, You Been on My Mind”
        10. “Never Let Me Go”
        11. “I Shall Be Released”

        Disc 9 – November 21, 1975 – Afternoon – Boston Music Hall, Boston, MA
        1. “Mr. Tambourine Man”
        2. “Oh, Sister”
        3. “Hurricane”
        4. “One More Cup of Coffee (Valley Below)”
        5. “Sara”
        6. “Just Like a Woman”
        7. “Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door”
        8. “This Land Is Your Land”

        Disc 10 – November 21, 1975 – Evening – Boston Music Hall, Boston, MA
        1. “When I Paint My Masterpiece”
        2. “It Ain’t Me, Babe”
        3. “The Lonesome Death of Hattie Carroll”
        4. “It Takes a Lot to Laugh, It Takes a Train to Cry”
        5. “Romance in Durango”
        6. “Isis”
        7. “Blowin’ in the Wind”
        8. “The Water Is Wide”
        9. “Mama, You Been on My Mind”
        10. “Dark as a Dungeon”
        11. “I Shall Be Released”

        Disc 11 – November 21, 1975 – Evening – Boston Music Hall, Boston, MA
        1. “I Don’t Believe You (She Acts Like We Never Have Met)”
        2. “Tangled Up in Blue”
        3. “Oh, Sister”
        4. “Hurricane”
        5. “One More Cup of Coffee (Valley Below)”
        6. “Sara”
        7. “Just Like a Woman”
        8. “Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door”
        9. “This Land Is Your Land”

        Disc 12 – December 4, 1975 – Forum de Montreal, Montreal, Canada
        1. “When I Paint My Masterpiece”
        2. “It Ain’t Me, Babe”
        3. “The Lonesome Death of Hattie Carroll”
        4. “Tonight I’ll Be Staying Here with You”
        5. “A Hard Rain’s a-Gonna Fall”
        6. “Romance in Durango”
        7. “Isis”
        8. “Blowin’ in the Wind”
        9. “Dark as a Dungeon”
        10. “Mama, You Been on My Mind”
        11. “Never Let Me Go”
        12. “I Dreamed I Saw St. Augustine”
        13. “I Shall Be Released”

        Disc 13 – December 4, 1975 – Forum de Montreal, Montreal, Canada
        1. “It’s All Over Now, Baby Blue”
        2. “Love Minus Zero/No Limit”
        3. “Tangled Up in Blue”
        4. “Oh, Sister”
        5. “Hurricane”
        6. “One More Cup of Coffee (Valley Below) “
        7. “Sara”
        8. “Just Like a Woman”
        9. “Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door”
        10. “This Land Is Your Land”

        Disc 14 – Rare Performances
        1. “One Too Many Mornings” – October 24 @ Gerdes Folk City, New York City, New York
        2. “Simple Twist of Fate” – October 28 @ Mahjong Parlor, Falmouth, MA
        3. “Isis” – November 2 @ Technical University, Lowell, MA
        4. “With God on Our Side” – November 4, afternoon @ Civic Center, Providence, RI
        5. “It’s Alright, Ma (I’m Only Bleeding)” – November 4, evening @ Civic Center, Providence, RI
        6. Radio advertisement for Niagara Falls shows @ Niagara Falls, NY
        7. “The Ballad of Ira Hayes” – November 16 @ Tuscarora Reservation, NY
        8. “Your Cheatin’ Heart” – November 23
        9. “Fourth Time Around” – November 26 @ Civic Center, Augusta, Maine
        10. “The Tracks of My Tears” – December 3 @ Chateau Champlain, Montreal Canada
        11. “Jesse James” – December 5 @ Montreal Stables, Montreal, Canada
        12. “It Takes a Lot to Laugh, It Takes a Train to Cry” – December 8 @ “Night of the Hurricane,” Madison Square Garden, New York, NY
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          • #35
            Bob Dylan and Johnny Cash Session Unearthed for Bootleg Series

            Their 1969 session features alongside John Wesley Harding and Nashville Skyline outtakes

            A session Bob Dylan and Johnny Cash recorded in Nashville in 1969, much of it never bootlegged, is finally set for release in the 15th installment of Dylan’s Bootleg Series, Rolling Stone reports. The 3xCD set compiles their session—where they laid down “Girl From the North Country,” jammed with Carl Perkins, covered “Mystery Train,” and wrote Cash’s “Wanted Man”—with largely unheard and sought-after outtakes from John Wesley Harding, Nashville Skyline, and more.

            Bob Dylan (featuring Johnny Cash)’s Travelin’ Thru, 1967 – 1969: The Bootleg Series Vol. 15 is out November 1 (via Columbia/Legacy). Learn more at Bob Dylan’s website, and hear “I Pity the Poor Immigrant (Take 4)” and “Tell Me That It Isn't True (Take 2),” below.

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            • #36

              Hear Bob Dylan’s Absolutely Mind-Blowing New Song ‘Murder Most Foul’




              Bob Dylan, who hasn’t released an original song since 2012’s Tempest, unexpectedly dropped a previously unheard, nearly seventeen-minute-long new track, “Murder Most Foul,” late Thursday night. Dylan didn’t say exactly when the song was recorded, but his delicate vocal delivery resembles the way he’s been singing in his live shows in the last couple years. “Greetings to my fans and followers with gratitude for all your support and loyalty over the years,” Dylan said in a statement. “This is an unreleased song we recorded a while back that you might find interesting. Stay safe, stay observant, and may God be with you.”

              This dizzying, utterly extraordinary song – as allusive as it is elusive – starts off seeming like it might be a straightforward recounting of the assassination of John F. Kennedy, but expands into an impressionistic, elegiac, increasingly apocalyptic journey through what feels like the entire 1960s (complete with references to the Who’s Tommy, Woodstock and Altamont) and then perhaps all of 20th century America, especially its music.

              The song’s structural freedom and mesmerizing arrangement – a dusting of piano, a lilting violin, distant percussion – feel like fresh territory for Dylan, occasionally evoking Van Morrison at his most mystical. Its themes of doom – and possible redemption – feel alarmingly in tune with our current moment, which may have prompted Dylan to choose it for release.

              “The day they killed him, someone said to me, son, the age of the Antichrist has just only begun,” Dylan sings. “The soul of a nation’s been torn away, and it’s beginning to go into a slow decay… It’s 36 hours past judgement day.”

              In its prayer-like final passages (the song is so structurally daunting that it’s hard to think in terms of verses), Dylan invokes the DJ Wolfman Jack before dropping a long list of songs and musicians, from John Lee Hooker to Guitar Slim to Bud Powell to Stevie Nicks to Don Henley to Dickey Betts to Thelonious Monk, and even mentions Billy Joel’s “Only the Good Die Young.” Oh, and somewhere in there, he nods to Nightmare on Elm Street.

              It’s unclear if the song is connected to a new album, though there were murmurs of such a project earlier this year.
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              • #37
                Yes!!
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