"Searching For A Gem"

Bob Dylan's Officially Released Rarities and Obscurities

Video and DVD: 1967-1969

All the songs listed in the Official Rarities section are cross-referenced by song title in these alphabetical pages.
A-E F-J K-O P-S T-Z

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 This first part of the list collects non-album song performances and interviews by Bob Dylan on VHS video and DVD (and laserdisc where I have information) up to 1969. I would be grateful for any additional information on these items and other material to place here. Video material included on CD-ROMs or CD Plus discs is still in the main directory in the appropriate part. I don't yet know of any films in the 1960s that used Dylan album tracks.

Films are listed by date of original appearance (in theatres or on TV), not when the VHS video or DVD came out, often some years later. This page does not include songs from regular albums that appear in films or videos without performance footage, nor do I include music videos of standard album tracks - for a full Dylan filmography, see "Expecting Rain" or "TV Talkin'"

For informed discussion of all Bob's screen appearances, see C.P. Lee's well-received book "Like A Bullet Of Light ".

Thanks to Hans Seegers and Jean-Pierre Mercier for laserdisc details and catalogue numbers and Michel Pomarede for scans. Thanks also to Larry Crum for checking these entries against his own collection, "Positively Bob Dylan" by Michael Krogsgaard, "Bob Dylan on Video" (article in "Record Collector" magazine, Sep 1992), and several other sources. All scans that aren't credited are from my own collection or amazon.com

If you have any entries to add to the list or additions/corrections to existing entries, please let me know! Please note I cannot value your Dylan rarities - see the Mission page for reasons why. Contact the dealers on my Trading page for assistance!

Fight the much-hated artificial and anti-consumer DVD Region system by making your PC DVD drive and software or your stand-alone DVD player region-free! For more information, see Inmatrix . Everyone can play all CDs worldwide, and it should be the same for DVDs! Also see DVD Codes .

Some studios are fortunately realising that they can maximise sales of individual DVD releases by making them region-free instead of having to manufacture multiple region-specific copies- click on the picture on the right to see the text.

Revised: 06 February, 2017.


Titles in red are not available on a currently released Bob Dylan CD (for these see bobdylan.com )

Key to symbols used:
Links to other World Wide Web pages -
Links to email addresses -
Performances currently available on commercial CD are marked by (these are the ones that count as obscurities rather than as rarities)


1967


"Don't Look Back" - feature film directed by D.A. Pennebaker, released in theatres 1967, VHS video and Laserdisc releases (USA/UK), Aug 1986 onwards:
All occurrences of the film title omit the apostrophe, but my spell checker won't let me! This film was recorded during Bob's May 1965 tour of the UK. See 1981 for songs broadcast in "Retro Rock" radio programmes in 1981 about D.A. Pennebaker. D. A. Pennebaker also assisted Bob in making a TV documentary for ABC called Eat The Document about the May 1966 tour of the UK with the Hawks (see below).

This entry lists releases of the film in its original form on VHS and laserdisc. See VHS & DVD 2000s Part 1 for the 2000 DVD release which contains additional complete audio performances, and therefore warrants a separate entry. Thanks to Jack Guerreiro for suggesting changes to this entry. Thanks to Harold Lepidus for news that a 2DVD "Collector's Edition" was released by Docurama in the USA on 27 Feb 2007 - this contains the original film, a new hour-long documentary called "Bob Dylan 1965 Revisited" and two books - the first a reprint of the original 1960s 168-page companion book to the film, and the second the "Subterranean Homesick Blues Flipbook", a frame-by-frame still photo presentation of the famous card sequence that starts the film. For more details, see VHS & DVD 2000s Part 4. A new "Director-Approved Edition" was released on Blu-ray and as a 2DVD set by Criterion in the USA on 24 Nov 2015, see VHS & DVD 2010s. For a 2007 unauthorised DVD release containing out-takes from this documentary, see Questionable Video.

R-0666 Only A Pawn In Their Game - recorded live, Civil Rights Rally, Silas Magee's Farm, Greenwood, MS, 6 Jul 1963 (excerpt)
Thanks to Larry Crum for information about R-0666 - Silas Magee's Farm is thought by some to have been the inspiration for the title of Bob's 1965 song Maggie's Farm. I've included this separately from R-0043 because it doesn't belong to 1965.

R-0402 Don't Think Twice, It's All Right - live, City Hall, Newcastle, England, 6 May 1965
Following the release of
the 50th Anniversary Collection 1965 in Dec 2015, Bob Stacy has found this is actually Manchester, 7 May 1965.

R-0403 It's All Over Now, Baby Blue - sung to Donovan in a hotel room, Savoy Hotel, London, England, 8 May 1965

R-0404 It's Alright, Ma (I'm Only Bleeding) - live, Royal Albert Hall, London, England, 9 May 1965

R-0405 Talking World War III Blues - live, Royal Albert Hall, London, England, 9 May 1965

R-0043 Other performances - live footage from the May 1965 England tour, but only fragments of songs
For a full list of these performances see here .

Laserdisc releases

  1. Pioneer Electronic SM078-3063 (Japan - see below), 1983, price ¥7,800, length 95 mins (the copy shown is still sealed, so there's no label scan)
  2. Pioneer LDC SM037-3325 (Japan - see below), 1985, price ¥3, 811, length 96 mins
  3. Paramount Home Video LV 2382, 1986, length 95 mins (made in Japan for release in USA and Canada)
  4. Warner Bros/Reprise 9-38275-6 (USA), Nov 1991, length 95 mins

USA/UK releases

Don't Look Back was not released on video until Aug 1986. Before the 2000 DVD/VHS reissue on NewVideo it was available on Paramount and Warner Reprise in the USA and Virgin in Europe.

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The 1967 film poster

Harold Lepidus has a US promo VHS tape from Warner Bros from the early 1990s promoting both Don't Look Back and the Red Hot Chili Peppers. It is in a black box with a generic label:

"BOB DYLAN/
RED HOT CHILI PEPPERS

TRAILER
TRT: 13:52 MIN"

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VHS release Paramount Home Video 2382 (USA, Aug 1986) - front scan by Gil Lamont

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VHS release Paramount Home Video 2382 (USA, Aug 1986) - rear scan by Gil Lamont


Warner Reprise Video 3-38275 (USA, 1991) - VHS release front picture from eBay


Warner Reprise Video 3-38275 (USA, 1991) - VHS release tape picture from eBay

Virgin Music Video VVD 251 (UK, Jul 1988) - cover scan by Jean-Pol Hiernaux


Virgin Music Video VVD 251 (UK, Jul 1988) - tape scan by Jean-Pol Hiernaux (note title is punctuated correctly as "DON'T LOOK BACK"!)

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Warner Reprise 9 38275-6 laserdisc (USA, Nov 1991), front scan by Hans Seegers

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Warner Reprise 9 38275-6 laserdisc (USA, Nov 1991), rear scan by Hans Seegers


Photo from original 1967 press pack, scan by Yan Friis

Thanks to Jean-Pol Hiernaux for the scan of the UK VHS video from Jul 1988. Thanks to Hans Seegers, Gil Lamont and Wil Gielen for other information and scans.


"Don't Look Back" - feature film directed by D.A. Pennebaker - VHS video and Laserdisc releases (Japan), 1983 onwards:

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Paramount Home Video LV 2382 laserdisc (Japan, 1986, for release in USA and Canada), front scan by Hans Seegers

Japanese releases

Wil Gielen has two promo copies of SRVM-1536, the first is still sealed in the commercial release case with promo stickers front and back, the second is in a plain white plastic case.

Thanks to Hans Seegers and Wil Gielen for information and scans.

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Paramount Home Video LV 2382 laserdisc (Japan, 1986, for release in USA and Canada), alternate scan with blue sticker

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Paramount Home Video LV 2382 laserdisc (Japan, 1986. for release in USA and Canada), rear scan by Hans Seegers

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Paramount Home Video LV 2382 laserdisc (Japan, 1986, for release in USA and Canada), Side 1 scan by Hans Seegers

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Pioneer Electronic SM037-3325 laserdisc (Japan, 1985), Side 1 scan by Hans Seegers

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Pioneer Electronic SM078-3063 laserdisc (Japan, 1983), obi scan by Hans Seegers

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Pioneer Electronic SM037-3325 laserdisc (Japan, 1985), obi scan by Hans Seegers

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Pioneer Electronic SM078-3063 laserdisc (Japan, 1983), front with obi, scan by Hans Seegers

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Pioneer Electronic SM078-3063 laserdisc (Japan, 1983), rear with obi, scan by Hans Seegers

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Pioneer Electronic SM037-3325 laserdisc (Japan, 1985), front scan by Hans Seegers

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Pioneer Electronic SM037-3325 laserdisc (Japan, 1985), rear scan by Hans Seegers

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Pack-In-Video RVM-1 (Japan, 1983) - unfolded case insert, scan by Wil Gielen

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Pack-In-Video RVM-1 (Japan, 1983) - tape scan by Wil Gielen

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Pack-In-Video RVM-1 (Japan, 1983) - tape spine scan by Wil Gielen

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Pack-In-Video RST-1017 (Japan, 1991) - unfolded case insert, scan by Wil Gielen
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Pack-In-Video RST-1017 (Japan, 1991) - tape scan by Wil Gielen

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Pack-In-Video RST-1017 (Japan, 1991) - tape spine scan by Wil Gielen

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Pack-In-Video RST-1017 (Japan, 1991) - insert outside scan by Wil Gielen
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Pack-In-Video RST-1017 (Japan, 1991) - insert inside scan by Wil Gielen
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Sony Records SRVM-1536 (Japan, 1998) - front of sealed promo copy, scan by Wil Gielen
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Sony Records SRVM-1536 (Japan, 1998) - rear of sealed promo copy, scan by Wil Gielen
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Sony Records SRVM-1536 (Japan, 1998) - front promo sticker, scan by Wil Gielen
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Sony Records SRVM-1536 (Japan, 1998) - rear promo sticker, scan by Wil Gielen
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Sony Records SRVM-1536 (Japan, 1998) - promo tape scan by Wil Gielen

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Sony Records SRVM-1536 (Japan, 1998) - promo tape spine scan by Wil Gielen


"Don't Look Back" - feature film directed by D.A. Pennebaker - VHS release: Virgin Music Video VIR 204 (Australia), 1996(?):


Virgin Music Video VIR 204 (Australia) - VHS insert scan by Stuart Moore
Thanks to Stuart Moore for information and scans.


Virgin Music Video VIR 204 (Australia) - VHS tape scan by Stuart Moore


"Don't Look Back" - feature film directed by D.A. Pennebaker - VHS release: Digital Sound DS/126 (Argentina), 1996(?):


Digital Sound DS/126 (Argentina) - VHS insert scan by Sergio Mariano Romay
Thanks to Sergio Mariano Romay for information and scans.
Digital Sound DS/126 (Argentina) - detail of rear of VHS insert, scan by Sergio Mariano Romay

Digital Sound DS/126 (Argentina) - VHS tape front scan by Sergio Mariano Romay


Digital Sound DS/126 (Argentina) - VHS tape spine scan by Sergio Mariano Romay


"Eat The Document" - one-hour ABC TV documentary shot by D.A. Pennebaker, edited by Bob Dylan and Howard Alk, unreleased (USA), 1967:
This film was recorded by D. A. Pennebaker during Bob's May 1966 tour with The Hawks of the UK and France. It was originally commissioned by ABC TV in the USA for the TV series "ABC Stage 67". Thanks to Juan B. Heinink for the information that amazon.com were advertising a DVD release in the USA for 31 Dec 2005!


Picture from "TV Talkin'" web-site
This documentary film was edited from D. A. Pennebaker's footage by Bob and Howard Alk, but was never shown on TV as intended. It has had a couple of cinema showings, and excerpts have been included in many videos, both about Bob and about the Band and Robbie Robertson (see below and all other VHS & DVD pages). Excerpts also appear in the 2005 Martin Scorsese documentary "No Direction Home: Bob Dylan", see VHS & DVD 2000s Part 3. Pennebaker also made his own film of the tour called "Something Is Happening", which reportedly contains more performance footage than "Eat the Document", but this too remains unseen. For a 2003 unauthorised DVD release of the documentary and a 2007 unauthorised DVD release containing the out-take with Bob and John Lennon in a London taxi, see Questionable Video.

Excerpts which have appeared in other videos are:

R-0319 I Don't Believe You (She Acts Like We Never Have Met) - recorded with The Hawks at Edinburgh, Scotland, 20 May 1966

R-0472 I Can't Leave Her Behind [On A Rainy Afternoon] - song worked on by Robbie Robertson and Bob Dylan in a Glasgow hotel room in May 1966 (see also R-0654 below)

R-0485 Baby, Let Me Follow You Down - performed live with The Hawks in the UK in May 1966 (unidentified location)

R-0654 On A Rainy Afternoon [I Can't Leave Her Behind] - work in progress in hotel room, Glasgow Scotland, 19 May 1966 (see also R-0472 above)
Both songs were copyrighted separately by Dwarf Music in 1978, but are really part of the same work-in-progress, and the titles are used misleadingly. The song identified as I Can't Leave Her Behind on the bonus disc with the DVD release of Martin Scorsese's 2005 documentary "No Direction Home: Bob Dylan" (see VHS & DVD 2000s Part 3 is actually the song copyrighted as On A Rainy Afternoon!
All the versions of these two songs (R-0472/R-0654) appear on CD18 of
The Bootleg Series Vol. 12 - Bob Dylan 1965-1966 The Cutting Edge Collector's Edition, see 2015.

R-0668 Ballad Of A Thin Man - recorded with The Hawks in Glasgow, Scotland, 19 May 1966

I haven't allocated R- numbers to the other song fragments. For full contents of this film and out-takes which circulate, see "Expecting Rain" or "TV Talkin'" . Thanks to Moise Potié for reminding me that the Dec 2006 Thunder On The Mountain video on Sony Music Box contains part of the out-take of "Eat The Document" showing Bob with John Lennon in a London taxi, see Online Performances (Other).


Various Artists - "Festival!" - feature film directed by Murray Lerner first released 1967, DVD release: Eagle Eye Media EE 39101-9 (USA), 18 Oct 2005; Eagle Rock Entertainment EREDV499 (Europe), 24 Oct 2005; RajonVision RV0536 (Australia), 2005; Videoarts Music VABG-1191 (Japan), Nov 2005/Videoarts Music VABZ-1271 (Japan), 21 May 2008; Eagle Vision/Leader Music Group ST2D20249 (Argentina), 2008(?):
Thanks to Larry Crum and Tim Dunn for news that the Sep 2005 issue of "Ice" magazine in the USA said that this film of the Newport Folk Festival 1963-66 would be released on DVD by Eagle Rock in the USA on 18 Oct 2005. As far as I know there was never an earlier commercial release on VHS or other video media. Other artists included are Joan Baez, Johnny Cash, the Paul Butterfield Blues Band, Peter, Paul & Mary, Mississippi John Hurt, Pete Seeger, Donovan and Son House. There are no extras of any kind on the DVD. For more Dylan Newport footage see the 2007 US Columbia/Legacy DVD The Other Side Of The Mirror: Bob Dylan Live At The Newport Folk Festival 1963-1965, VHS & DVD 2000s Part 4.

Eagle Eye Media EE 39101-9 (USA), 18 Oct 2005:

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Poster from the Richard & Mimi Fariña web-site
R-0041 All I Really Want To Do - recorded live at the Newport Folk Festival, Newport, RI, 26 Jul 1964 (evening show, part of the afternoon workshop performance on 24 Jul 1965 is also shown)
An audio performance of this song is included on the Columbia/Legacy/Sony Music Europe limited edition 9LP set The 50th Anniversary Collection 1964, see 2014.

R-0825 Daytime rehearsal with the Paul Butterfield Blues Band - live, Newport Folk Festival, Newport, RI, 25 Jul 1965
This film has fragments from the 25 Jul 1965 band soundcheck: organ riffs, Maggie's Farm and Like A Rolling Stone, separated by interviews and songs from other performers. On the 2007 Columbia Legacy DVD The Other Side Of The Mirror: Bob Dylan Live At The Newport Folk Festival 1963-1965, also directed by Murray Lerner (see VHS & DVD 2000s Part 4), they appear together. Different clips appear in the 2005 Martin Scorsese film Bob Dylan - No Direction Home (see VHS & DVD 2000s Part 3), but I've given them the same R-number for convenience. Thanks to Larry Crum for information.

R-0300 Maggie's Farm - recorded live with the Paul Butterfield Blues Band at the Newport Folk Festival, Newport, RI, 25 Jul 1965, now released on The Bootleg Series Vol. 7: No Direction Home, Sep 2005

R-0304 Mr. Tambourine Man - recorded live (solo acoustic) at the Newport Folk Festival, Newport, RI, 25 Jul 1965

Glen Dundas also lists a background fragment of Mr. Tambourine Man from 24 Jul 1965, but I have not allocated it a separate R-number.

Two songs from the 1965 Newport Folk Festival appear on the 208 track download set 50th Anniversary Collection 1965, Columbia/Legacy (USA), 4 Dec 2015, see 2015:

R-1590 Tombstone Blues, Contemporary Songs Workshop, Newport Folk Festival, Freebody Park, Newport, Rhode Island, 24 Jul 1965

R-1591 It Takes A Lot To Laugh, It Takes A Train To Cry, Newport Folk Festival, Freebody Park, Newport, Rhode Island, 25 Jul 1965
 


Murray Lerner and Peter Yarrow outside the Academy Theater, New York, 18 Jul 2005, picture found by Stuart Moore

Alternative poster found by Stuart Moore
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Ad for "Festival" showing in Arlington, MA, Jul 2002 - picture from "Isis 103"


Eagle Eye Media EE 39101-9 (USA) - Oct 2005 US DVD release, picture from amazon.com


Eagle Eye Media EE 39101-9 (USA) - Oct 2005 US DVD, rear scan by Jack Guerreiro


Eagle Eye Media EE 39101-9 (USA) - Oct 2005 US DVD, disc scan by Jack Guerreiro

Information from Rob van Estrik: "The Festival! film, directed by Murray Lerner (from the generation of direct cinema directors to which D.A. Pennebaker also belongs) exists as 16mm prints only (2 reels) with a magnetic (mono) sound strip attached to the film. The film, shot in b&w, was first distributed in 1966 and is very rarely seen today, all surviving copies stored away at various local film archives. It is a very remarkable film as it very obviously serves as a forerunner to the festival films Monterey Pop and Woodstock in the same way these later bigger festivals followed the annual Newport Jazz and Folk festivals.

The film gives a very good impression of the folk music scene to which Dylan came and went and to which he belonged for several years. The editing is perfect, especially the build-up of the now historic scenes featuring Dylan’s 1965 electric appearance alternated with performances by traditional folk acts. Only from this footage and how it was edited for the film you can understand that Dylan had to force his way out of the scene by playing loud electric music."

Gil Walker adds "There is (or at least was) a longer version of the Festival! film which has been shown on at least a few occasions. I saw it at a special screening at the Yale Law School Film Society in, if I remember right, the fall of 1970. I'm as certain as I can be that it included "It's All Over Now Baby Blue"; and I'm pretty sure it included at least part of a second electric song -- probably "Phantom Engineer", since I'd have remembered "Like A Rolling Stone". Lerner is at least modestly prominent these days for his documentary Message To Love, about the 1970 Isle of Wight Festival, finally released in 1993." (see VHS & DVD Part 3)

Thanks to Jack Guerreiro for scans of the US DVD.

Eagle Rock Entertainment EREDV499 (Europe), 24 Oct 2005:


Eagle Rock Entertainment EREDV499 (Europe) - sealed front with sticker (my copy)
My European DVD release looks almost identical to the US DVD release.


Eagle Rock Entertainment EREDV499 (Europe) - DVD case insert unfolded


Eagle Rock Entertainment EREDV499 (Europe) - sticker from front


Eagle Rock Entertainment EREDV499 (Europe) - detail of insert


Eagle Rock Entertainment EREDV499 (Europe) - outside of insert


Eagle Rock Entertainment EREDV499 (Europe) - inside of insert


Eagle Rock Entertainment EREDV499 (Europe) - DVD

RajonVision RV0536 (Australia), 2005:


RajonVision RV0536 (Australia) - front scan by Rob Cole
Thanks to Rob Cole for scans of the Australian DVD release from RajonVision. It has the same front sticker as my UK release.

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RajonVision RV0536 (Australia) - DVD case insert scan by Rob Cole

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RajonVision RV0536 (Australia) - DVD scan by Rob Cole

Videoarts Music VABG-1191 (Japan), Nov 2005; Videoarts Music VABZ-1271 (Japan), 21 May 2008:


VideoArts Music VABG-1191 (Japan) - front with sticker, scan by Hans Seegers (2005 commercial release)

Thanks to Hans Seegers for scans of the 2005 Japanese release from VideoArts Music. The promo copy shown has a "SAMPLE" sticker on the rear of the case insert stuck over the barcode and "SAMPLE LOANED" in the centre of the DVD itself. It has a two fold insert. Thanks to Wil Gielen for scans of the second VideoArts Japan release, dated 21 May 2008. It has a yellow and black obi with black, white and yellow text and price ¥2,625, but did not have an inside insert.

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VideoArts Music VABG-1191 (Japan) - promo DVD sticker scan by Hans Seegers (2005 promo release)


VideoArts Music VABG-1191 (Japan) - front sticker scan by Hans Seegers (2005 commercial release)
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VideoArts Music VABG-1191 (Japan) - promo DVD scan by Hans Seegers (2005 promo release)

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VideoArts Music VABG-1191 (Japan) - promo DVD case insert scan by Hans Seegers (2005 promo release)

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VideoArts Music VABG-1191 (Japan) - detail of promo DVD, scan by Hans Seegers (2005 promo release)

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VideoArts Music VABG-1191 (Japan) - outside of unfolded insert, scan by Hans Seegers (2005 promo release)


VideoArts Music VABZ-1271 (Japan) - obi scan by Wil Gielen

VideoArts Music VABZ-1271 (Japan) - front with obi, scan by Wil Gielen (2008 release)


VideoArts Music VABZ-1271 (Japan) - insert scan by Wil Gielen (2008 release)


VideoArts Music VABZ-1271 (Japan) - DVD scan by Wil Gielen (2008 release)

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VideoArts Music VABG-1191 (Japan) - inside of unfolded insert, scan by Hans Seegers (2008 release)

Eagle Vision/Leader Music Group ST2D20249 (Argentina), 2008(?):


Eagle Vision/Leader Music Group ST2D20249 (Argentina) - front scan by Sergio Mariano Romay
This Argentinean DVD release has no year of release, but was bought there in 2008. There is a slight difference from the European release on the outside of the inside insert in that "PERFORMERS" (see above) has been replaced by "ARTISTS".

Thanks to Sergio Mariano Romay for information and scans.


Eagle Vision/Leader Music Group ST2D20249 (Argentina) - DVD scan by Sergio Mariano Romay

Eagle Vision/Leader Music Group ST2D20249 (Argentina) - outside of DVD case insert, scan by Sergio Mariano Romay

Eagle Vision/Leader Music Group ST2D20249 (Argentina) - outside of insert, scan by Sergio Mariano Romay

Eagle Vision/Leader Music Group ST2D20249 (Argentina) - detail of DVD, scan by Sergio Mariano Romay


Eagle Vision/Leader Music Group ST2D20249 (Argentina) - detail of rear of DVD case insert, scan by Sergio Mariano Romay


Eagle Vision/Leader Music Group ST2D20249 (Argentina) - detail of insert, scan by Sergio Mariano Romay


1969


Johnny Cash - "The Man - His World - His Music" - documentary film released 15 Oct 1969, VHS video: Intervision Video (catalogue number?) (USA), 1980/Goodtimes Home Video 8295 (USA), 1992; DVD: Cherry Red Records CRDVD 002 (USA - Region 0), Jun 2000; Sanctuary 06076-88336-9 (USA - Region 1)/Sanctuary SDE 3008 (UK - Region 2), May 2002; Cherry Red Records CRDVD 002N (UK - Region 2), 24 Feb 2003/BMG (catalogue number?) (USA - Region 1), 8 Mar 2005:


Original 1969 film poster, scan by Michael Merchant
R-0069 A Thousand Miles Behind [One Too Many Mornings] - Bob duets with Johnny Cash on this out-take from the Nashville Skyline sessions, Columbia Studios, Nashville, TN, 18 Feb 1969

Information from Rob van Estrik: This film has been issued on video several times by different labels, first in 1979 (in UK only, deleted in 1981), and most recently by Visionary, again within UK only." More scans required!


1980 US Intervision VHS release - picture from Ole Lien

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2002 UK Sanctuary DVD release (Region 2)

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Cherry Red Records CRDVD 002 (USA) - 2000 Region 0 release (my copy)


2003 UK Cherry Red DVD release (Region 2)


Sanctuary 06076-88336-9 (USA) - 2005 Region 1 DVD release, front scan by Jack Guerreiro


Sanctuary 06076-88336-9 (USA) - 2005 Region 1 DVD release, front sticker scan by Jack Guerreiro


Sanctuary 06076-88336-9 (USA) - 2005 Region 1 DVD release, disc scan by Jack Guerreiro


Picture from www.hitsdailydouble.com


Bob and Johnny by Jason Gluskin (2010)

Thanks to Michael Merchant for the original film poster scan. This poster was given to him by Bruce Elfstrom, son of the film's director Robert Elfstrom. It is about 22" x 14" and is numbered 69/347. The 1980 VHS video was deleted in 1981 (thanks to Larry Crum for this information). Larry Crum informs me his later VHS video, Goodtimes Home Video 8295, released 1992, has the title Johnny Cash: The Man And His Music - scans required! The UK DVD was originally released by Sanctuary in 2002, but then the Cherry Red Records version was released in the UK in 2003 with the same catalogue number as the US release, but yet another different cover (this is still available). The 2005 US DVD release again uses new artwork, this time in black-and-white.

Part of this film, including the Dylan footage, appeared in the 1984 documentary The Other Side Of Nashville (see VHS & DVD 1980s). It was reported in 2001 that an audio soundtrack of this film would be released in the UK by Castle Communications (Castle CMRCD 259), but it has never appeared.

The painting on the left of Bob and Johnny duetting is by Jason Gluskin (2010). For more details, see

Chimes Of Freedom: Songs of Bob Dylan Honoring 50 Years of Amnesty International, a charity 4CD set of Dylan covers to be distributed by Fontana on behalf of Amnesty International was delayed until 24 Jan 2012, but has now been expanded to a 4CD set of 73 songs. The album was released internationally on 30 Jan 2012. The set was not originally intended to include Bob, but will now contain his original recording of Chimes Of Freedom from Another Side Of Bob Dylan as track 18 on CD4. 70 of the songs are reported newly-recorded for this set, with all the artists and engineers working on a pro bono basis. Bob also recorded a duet of Chimes Of Freedom with Joan Osborne for the soundtrack of the US TV Series The '60s, see 1999. The anthology includes a posthumous mix of One Too Many Mornings by Johnny Cash with the Avett Brothers, based on R-0069. Bob's solo verses have been replaced by the Avett Brothers but he can still clearly be heard on the choruses. For full details, see 2012.

Thanks to Peter Gilmer, Freddy Ordoñez Araque and Fred Muller for information. Thanks to Jack Guerreiro for scans of the 2005 Sanctuary US DVD release. This was reportedly a remastered edition with bonus material, but the Dylan material appears to be unchanged.

The clip of Bob and Johnny singing One Too Many Mornings was included in the UK BBC TV documentary "The Heart Of Country: How Nashville became Music City USA", broadcast on BB4 on Friday 7 Nov 2014.


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