Bob Dylan : Basement Tapes (Rmst) (Dig) (Reis)

CD [Cover Art for Bob Dylan / Basement Tapes (Rmst) (Dig) (Reis)] Your Price: $20.56
Rated 8 with 6 responses
Availability: In Stock
Sell date: 3/2009
Label: Sony Legacy
Mfg's Catalog#: 708229
CDC Part#: 1366185
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 Notes & Reviews
 
I had this on vinyl, and when building my Dylan CD collection, I kinda left this 'till late. It wasn't a fave on vinyl. However, it has stood the test of time and now I wonder why I waited so long.
- Rod W Davey, 08/16/2010, Canada

Classic made even better.
- Alex Zambra, 01/04/2010, USA

In the summer and fall of 1967, while he was recuperating from his motorcycle accident in Woodstock, Dylan regularly got together with members of his 1966 backing group (who would become known as The Band) for informal sessions of traditional folk songs, bluegrass, country and blues as well as a series of eclectic originals. Luckily for everyone, the musicians left a tape recorder running much of the time. The tapes fell into the hands of collectors and were widely circulated and bootlegged. In 1975, Columbia Records officially assembled twenty-four of the performances on a two-disc set known as the Basement Tapes. The songs hold a unique and precious place in Dylan's work.

 
 Tracks
 
Odds & Ends
Orange Juice Blues (Blues for Breakfast)
Million Dollar Bash
Yazoo Street Scandal
Goin' to Acapulco
Katie's Been Gone
Lo & Behold
Bessie Smith
Clothes Line Saga
Apple Suckling Tree
Please, Mrs. Henry
Tears of Rage
Too Much of Nothing
Yea! Heavy & a Bottle of Bread
Ain't No More Cane
Crash on the Levee (Down in the Flood)
Ruben Remus
Tiny Montgomery
You Ain't Goin' Nowhere
Don't Ya Tell Henry
Nothing Was Delivered
Open the Door, Homer
Long Distance Operator
This Wheel's on Fire
 
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