"Searching For A Gem"

Bob Dylan's Officially Released Rarities and Obscurities

Video and DVD: 1990-1994

All the songs listed on this web-site are cross-referenced by song title in these alphabetical pages.
A-E F-J K-O P-S T-Z


1993 Laserdisc and 2014 Blu-ray releases of The 30th Anniversary Concert Celebration

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This first part of the 1990s list collects non-album song performances and interviews by Bob Dylan on VHS video and DVD (and laserdisc where I have information) from 1990 to 1994. 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. For 1990-94 films with Dylan album tracks, see VHS & DVD: Films with Dylan Album Tracks 1990s.

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 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: 24 June, 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)


1990


"Flashback" - feature film released in the USA 2 Feb 1990, VHS: Paramount 32110 (USA), 1990/Paramount Home Video VHB 2452 (UK), 1991/DVD: Paramount Home Entertainment (catalogue number?) (USA), 19 Aug 2003/Paramount Home Entertainment PHE 8353 (UK), 15 Dec 2003/Paramount Home Entertainment 32100 (USA), 2006:
The UK VHS release is now deleted - scans required! The US VHS release came in a card slip cover, not a plastic case with insert.

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Paramount 32110 (USA) - front of VHS release, scan by Sam C. Visser
R-0201-2 People Get Ready (Curtis Mayfield) - new performance recorded especially for this soundtrack at New Belmont Studios, Bloomington, IN, 20 Nov 1989
This is not the same performance as R-0136 from the Columbia USA 4 Songs From Renaldo & Clara promo 12" single, 1978.

Like 1989's Backtrack (see VHS & DVD 1980s), Flashback stars Dennis Hopper, this time with Kiefer Sutherland (two stars who paired up again for the first TV series of 24).

The soundtrack also contains Jimi Hendrix performing All Along The Watchtower. For details of the 1990 Flashback soundtrack album, see 1990.

Thanks to Sam C. Visser for the scans of the VHS release and to Jack Guerreiro for scans of the 2006 DVD release.


Paramount 32110 (USA) - spine of VHS release, scan by Sam C. Visser
 

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Paramount 32110 (USA) - rear of VHS cover, scan by Sam C. Visser

US 2003 DVD release - picture from amazon.com

Paramount Home Entertainment PHE 8353 (UK) - front picture from amazon.co.uk

Paramount Home Entertainment PHE 8353 (UK) - rear picture from amazon.co.uk

Paramount 32110 (USA) - front of 2006 DVD release, scan by Jack Guerreiro

Paramount 32110 (USA) - rear of 2006 DVD release, scan by Jack Guerreiro

Paramount 32110 (USA) - 2006 DVD scan by Jack Guerreiro

"Most Of The Time" - promo video, Columbia (USA), Apr 1990:

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CSK 73326 (USA) - front of promo CD single with this performance, scan by David Plentus
R-0209-3 Most Of The Time - not the 1989 Oh Mercy version but a new version recorded for the promo video at the Record Plant, Hollywood, CA, 16 Mar 1990, produced by Don Was

For the promo single with this version of the song, see 1990.


Various Artists - "John Hammond: From Bessie Smith To Bruce Springsteen" - documentary shown on PBS-TV, USA, 20 Aug 1990; VHS: CBS Music Video Enterprises 19V-49057 (USA), 19 Sep 1990/CMV 49057 2 (Australia), 1991?/Sony Music Video 490572 (Japan), 1991?/UK: FMV Enterprises 490572, Jun 1991; Laserdisc: Imager Entertainment ID7996CB (USA), 1990, CBS/Sony CSLM 781 (Japan), 1991?:

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CBS Music Video Enterprises 19V-49057 (USA) - front scan by Sam C. Visser
R-0562 Shot Of Love - excerpt from live performance recorded at Palace Des Sports, Avignon, France, 25 Jul 1981

R-0493 Excerpt from interview with Bob by Mart Perry and Alan Ramey, talking about John Hammond Sr.

R-0506-3 Excerpt from interview with Bob at Columbia Studios, Los Angeles, CA, 16 Dec 1965
For the complete interview, R-0608, see Interviews with Bob. Excepts from this interview (all listed as R-0506) were used in these video documentaries:

R-0563 A Hard Rain's Gonna Fall - excerpt from Canadian Broadcasting Corporation Quest TV broadcast,  CBC TV Studio, Toronto, Canada, 1 Feb 1964 (fourth verse until end without talk over)
A complete audio performance of this song (R-1124) is included on the Columbia/Legacy/Sony Music Europe limited edition 9LP set The 50th Anniversary Collection 1964, see
2014.

This programme also includes some performance footage from Don't Look Back and excerpts from album tracks played over stills or film of fans.

The US VHS release comes in a card slipcover, the Australian VHS release comes in a plastic case with an insert. The US VHS release of this title was deleted in 1993.

Thanks to Jean-Pierre Mercier for the information. Also thanks to Larry Crum for additional information, Sam C. Visser for the USA and Australian scans and Alan Tautfest for the US single-sided laserdisc.


CBS Music Video Enterprises 19V-49057 (USA) - spine scan by Sam C. Visser

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CBS Music Video Enterprises 19V-49057 (USA) - rear scan by Sam C. Visser

Image Entertainment ID7996CB (USA) - laserdisc front scan by Alan Tautfest


Image Entertainment ID7996CB (USA) - laserdisc rear scan by Alan Tautfest


Image Entertainment ID7996CB (USA) - laserdisc label scan by Alan Tautfest
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CBS/Sony CSLM 781 (Japan) - laserdisc with obi, scan by Michel Pomarede for Jean-Pierre Mercier
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CMV 49057 2 (Australia) - insert scan by Sam C. Visser

Various Artists - "Country Music Video Magazine - Premier Collectors’ Edition", BMG Video 790453 (UK), Sep 1990:

R-0564 Mr. Tambourine Man - excerpt of R-0217, with the Byrds, recorded at the Roy Orbison Tribute Concert, Feb 1990

R-0217, the full audio performance, is on The Byrds 4CD Columbia Legacy boxed set, see 1990

Thanks to Larry Crum for information about this item.


1991


"Series Of Dreams" - promo video, Columbia (USA), 8 Mar 1991:


Screen shot by Artur Jarosinski
R-0676-2 Series Of Dreams - Columbia promo video edit version (4:22) of track from The Bootleg Series Vols. 1-3, 1991

Thanks to Artur Jarosinski for information and screen shot


Various Artists - "Café Au Go-Go Rock Vol. 1" - VHS video: Video Arts (catalogue number?) (Japan), 1991(?):
There is probably a laserdisc release of this video - information required.

This release consists of performances from the Café Au Go-Go in Greenwich Village, New York, and includes the Subterranean Homesick Blues lyrics card dropping scene which starts Don't Look Back, see VHS & DVD 1960s.

There is a Vol. 2 but Bob is not included.

Thanks to Ian Woodward for information.


Various Artists - "Village Voices" - VHS video: Video Arts VAVJ-355 (Japan), 1991/Laserdisc: Video Arts VALJ-3355 (Japan), 1991:


Video Arts VAVJ-355 (Japan) - VHS front scan by Wil Gielen

This release apparently contains very similar material to Café Au Go-Go Rock Vol. 1 above and also includes the Subterranean Homesick Blues lyrics card dropping scene which starts Don't Look Back, see VHS & DVD 1960s.

Initial information from Ian Woodward. Thanks to Hans Seegers and Wil Gielen for further information and scans.


Video Arts VAVJ-355 (Japan) - unfolded insert scan by Wil Gielen (reverse is blank)
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Video Arts VALJ-3355 Laserdisc (Japan) - front with obi, scan by Hans Seegers
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Video Arts VALJ-3355 Laserdisc (Japan) - rear with obi, scan by Hans Seegers


Video Arts VAVJ-355 (Japan) - VHS case insert scan by Wil Gielen


Video Arts VAVJ-355 (Japan) - VHS tape scan by Wil Gielen


Video Arts VAVJ-355 (Japan) - VHS tape spine scan by Wil Gielen


"Superstar: The Life And Times of Andy Warhol" - documentary film, VHS video: Vestron (catalogue number?) (USA); DVD: Winstar TV & Video WHE71264 (USA), Feb 1991/VHS video: Fabulous Films FAB 115 (UK), 1996:
The DVD of this documentary was released in the USA in Jan 2001. There doesn't appear to be a UK DVD release.

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USA DVD release
Thanks to Larry Crum for information: "This contains a few seconds of film of Dylan smoking (something - the commentary is discussing marijuana) without sound. If Not For You (LP version) plays over the credits." Fred Muller from New Zealand confirms that Bob does not speak or sing in this film - the DVD has now been released in New Zealand on the Warner label. WarholVHS.jpg (37451 bytes)
USA VHS release
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UK VHS release

1992


John Lennon - "The John Lennon Video Collection", VHS release: Warner Home Video (catalogue number?) (USA), 1992:


US VHS release
There are three clips of Bob in the video of John Lennon's song God. These are from a 1966 interview, on stage in 1966 from Eat The Document (see VHS & DVD 1960s) and on stage at the 1969 Isle Of Wight Festival. The clips are minus their original sound.

This title does not seen to have been released on DVD. For the 1988 Imagine: John Lennon - The Definitive Film Portrait video release with these clips, see VHS & DVD 1980s.

Thanks to Freddy Ordoñez Araque and Jack Guerreiro for information about this release.


1993


Daniel Lanois - "Rocky World" VHS video, Warner Music Vision 7599383413 (USA), 1993/Warner Music Vision 7599383413 (UK), 1993:


US VHS release
This video was rumoured to contain otherwise unavailable Dylan footage, but it appears that all that it actually contains is a short excerpt from the Series of Dreams video.

Harold Lepidus adds: "This video also has sessions with The Neville Brothers from their Yellow Moon LP. They did two Dylan songs on the LP, with With God On Our Side inspiring both the Lanois collaboration and Dylan including the "extra" non-Dylan verse in his own live shows. I believe this also was the lead in to the Dylan clip on the video."


"Blood In My Eyes" - promo video for "World Gone Wrong", Columbia BD-BIME-BS-S-071593 (USA)/Columbia (no catalogue number) (UK), 1993:


Columbia BD-BIME-BS-S-071593 (USA) - VHS cassette scan by Hans Seegers ("WO: 8457")

Columbia BD-BIME-BSP-S-091593 (USA) - tape box picture from eBay ("WO: 9442")

Sony Music Studios US promo VHS video - front of case with insert card, scan by Ian Woodward ("WO: 10023")

Sony Music Studios US promo VHS video - cassette with label scan by Ian Woodward ("WO: 10023")

Columbia BD-BIME-BS-S-071593 (USA) - tape label scan by Hans Seegers ("WO: 8457")

R-0671 Blood In My Eyes (Lonnie Chatman) - version with extended intro (5:09)

Thanks to Keith Venturoni for the information that the version in this video has an extra six or so beats more than the World Gone Wrong album version at the beginning of the song, together with Bob saying "OK".

The tape itself is in a plain white tape box with a window for the white printed sticker. The same information is repeated on the tape label. Gerd Rundel has found on eBay a copy in a black tape box with a printed label with a different work order number. Ian Woodward's copy also comes in a black plastic case with a printed label and a third work order number, repeated on the cassette top label and spine.

This performance is included on the bonus DVD with the Limited Edition of Modern Times, see 2006.


Columbia UK promo VHS video released 4 Oct 1993, spine scan by Ian Woodward

The Columbia UK promo VHS video cassette comes in a plain white card sleeve, open on the spine, with a white label on the spine of the cassette. There is no label on the top of the VHS cassette.

Thanks to Hans Seegers and Ian Woodward for further information and scans.


Various Artists - "Digital P.O.P." - promo video, Columbia (no catalogue number) (USA), 1993:
This promo NTSC tape in a card slipcase contains a Dylan rarity.

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Front slipcase photo by Jon McAuliffe
R-0671-2 Blood In My Eyes (Lonnie Chatman) - version with extended intro (5:09)

Thanks to Jon McAuliffe for photos.

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Detail of rear slipcase, photo by Jon McAuliffe

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Tape cassette photo by Jon McAuliffe

Willie Nelson - "Across The Borderline" promo VHS video, Columbia (no catalogue number) (UK), 19 Mar 1993:

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Front of slipcase (my copy)
R-0492 Heartland (Bob Dylan/Willie Nelson) - Bob duets with Willie on an edit of this co-written song from Willie's 1993 Columbia album Across The Borderline (see 1993),which was also included in 1995 on Willie's Columbia Legacy 3CD boxed set Revolutions Of Time: The Journey 1975-1993 (see 1995), lyrics on bobdylan.com here

Bob doesn't actually appear in the film, the excerpt plays over a series of stills. This video, narrated by producer Don Was, also features Sinead O'Connor, Kris Kristofferson, Paul Simon, Bonnie Raitt, David Crosby, Mark O'Connor and Mose Allison. This UK PAL VHS tape has no top label, just a label on the spine, and comes in a US-style card slipcase.


Rear of slipcase


Tape label


Willie Nelson & Friends - "Willie Nelson: The Big Six-O - An All-Star Birthday Celebration", VHS: Fox Video 5934 (USA), also Columbia House 11141 (USA), Laserdisc: CBS/Fox Video 5934-80 (USA), Jun 1993:
This video is now out of print. This concert has not been released on DVD.

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Fox Video 5934 (USA) - VHS release

R-0489 Hard Times (Stephen Foster) - performance of track from Good As I Been To You, recorded at KRLU Studios, Austin, TX, 28 Apr 1993, broadcast on CBS TV on 22 May 1993
Thanks to
Utz Grimminger for pointing out Bob performs this song solo, not with Willie Nelson as previously listed.

R-0490 Pancho And Lefty (Townes Van Zandt) - duet with Willie Nelson, recorded and released as R-0489

R-0491 Three short spoken commentaries about Willie Nelson by Bob recorded at KRLU Studios, Austin, TX, 27 Apr 1993 and included in the TV broadcast and commercial video

The concert also features other artists including Paul Simon, Ray Charles, Neil Young, Waylon Jennings and Lyle Lovett.

Thanks to Jack Guerreiro for the VHS scans and to Michel Pomarede and Jean-Pierre Mercier for the laserdisc scan.

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Fox Video 5934 (USA) - VHS release, spine scan by Jack Guerreiro

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CBS/Fox Video 5934-80 (USA) - laserdisc scan by Michel Pomarede for Jean-Pierre Mercier
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Fox Video 5934 (USA) - VHS release, rear scan by Jack Guerreiro
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Fox Video 5934 (USA) - VHS release, tape scan by Jack Guerreiro
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Fox Video 5934 (USA) - VHS release, tape label scan by Jack Guerreiro

Bob Dylan & Friends - "The 30th Anniversary Concert Celebration", VHS (2 tapes): Columbia Music Video 39V 49165 (USA); Sony Music Video SRVM 865~6 (Japan); Columbia Music Video 49165 2 (Australia); Columbia Music Video 39V 49165/49166-49167 (Argentina); Laserdisc (2 discs): Columbia Music Video ML2 49165 (USA)/Sony Music Video SRLM- 865/6 (Japan), Aug 1993:
Recorded live at Madison Square Gardens, New York, 16 Oct 1992, this concert was officially released on DVD in 2014. Bob's solo performance of Song To Woody at the concert was omitted from these video releases, as it was from the audio release.

Columbia Music Video 39V 49165 (USA) - VHS 2 tape cassette promo and commercial releases:


Columbia Music Video 39V 49165 (USA) - commercial VHS release


Columbia Music Video 39V 49165 (USA) - promo VHS release, sleeve scan by Ian Woodward (same for both cassettes)

Columbia Music Video 39V 49165 (USA) - promo VHS release tape 1, scan by Ian Woodward

Columbia Music Video 39V 49165 (USA) - promo VHS release tape 2, scan by Ian Woodward


Columbia Music Video 39V 49165 (USA) - inside of VHS insert, scan by David Plentus (commercial release)

Thanks to Ian Woodward for scan of the Columbia Music Video promo, made up of two VHS video cassettes.  Each comes in an identical pre-printed card sleeve as shown. The sleeve is for a CMV Entertainment  "pre-release screening copy", presumably used most commonly for their film releases. The cover is glossy, black in colour and also has the pre-printed words "not for sale or retail". On each, a white "CMV Columbia Music Video" sticker has been attached. There is a window in the box, so that you can read the labels on the video cassettes contained inside. The video cassettes themselves are black with just the one sticker each as shown in the scahs. There is no sticker on the spine of the video cassettes. The only difference between them is the reference number on the sticker: U49166 on tape 1 and U49167 on tape 2.

Thanks to Larry Crum for reminding me there are two Dylan rarities on this video:

R-0565 My Back Pages - Bob playing guitar during the rehearsals at Madison Square Gardens, New York, on 14 Oct 1992, with most (if not all) of the musicians that played on it in the concert

R-0566 It Takes A Lot To Laugh, It Takes A Train To Cry - Bob playing with Eric Clapton during the soundchecks at Madison Square Gardens, New York, on 15-16 Oct 1992

This video contains all the performances from the Columbia 2CD set (not separately listed), and three more: Boots Of Spanish Leather (Nanci Griffith/Carolyn Hester); Gotta Serve Somebody (Booker T. and the MGs); Love Minus Zero/No Limit (Eric Clapton). For the 2CD set, see International Albums (Regular).

Columbia Music Video ML2 49165 (USA) - laserdisc release:

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Columbia Music Video ML2 49165 (USA) - laserdisc front scan by Michel Pomarede for Jean-Pierre Mercier

The US laserdisc release came on two double-sided discs in a 12" gatefold sleeve.
Columbia Music Video ML2 49165 (USA) - laserdisc rear scan by Sergio Mariano Romay

Columbia Music Video ML2 49165 (USA) - inside of laserdisc gatefold sleeve, scan by Sergio Mariano Romay

Columbia Music Video ML2 49165 (USA) - detail of laserdisc rear, scan by Sergio Mariano Romay

Columbia Music Video ML2 49165 (USA) - detail of inside of laserdisc gatefold sleeve, scan by Sergio Mariano Romay

Columbia Music Video ML2 49165 (USA) - laserdisc Side 1 scan by Sergio Mariano Romay

Columbia Music Video ML2 49165 (USA) - laserdisc Side 2 scan by Sergio Mariano Romay

Columbia Music Video ML2 49165 (USA) - laserdisc Side 3 scan by Sergio Mariano Romay

Columbia Music Video ML2 49165 (USA) - laserdisc Side 4 scan by Sergio Mariano Romay


Columbia Music Video ML2 49165 (USA) - detail of laserdisc rear, scan by Sergio Mariano Romay


Columbia Music Video ML2 49165 (USA) - laserdisc spine scan by Sergio Mariano Romay

Sony Music Video SRLM-865/6 (Japan) - VHS and laserdisc releases:


Sony Music Video SRVM 865~6 (Japan) - VHS front scan by Wil Gielen


Sony Music Video SRVM 865~6 (Japan) - VHS rear with promo stamp, scan by Wil Gielen


Sony Music Video SRVM 865~6 (Japan) - spine of 2 VHS tape box, scan by Wil Gielen

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Sony Music Video SRLM-865/6 (Japan)
Laserdisc - front scan by Hans Seegers

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Sony Music Video SRLM-865/6 (Japan) Laserdisc - rear scan by Hans Seegers


Sony Music Video SRLM-865/6 (Japan) Laserdisc - obi scan by Hans Seegers


Sony Music Video SRVM 865~6 (Japan) - detail of VHS rear with promo stamp, scan by Wil Gielen

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Sony Music Video SRLM-865/6 (Japan) Laserdisc - Side 1 scan by Hans Seegers (Disc 1 of 2)

The Japanese 2 laserdisc set came with a black and white obi. The Japanese 2 VHS tape release shown is a promo with a stamp of the rear of the card box - this item is still sealed.

Columbia Music Video 49165 2 (Australia) - VHS 2 tape cassette release:


Columbia Music Video 49165 2 (Australia) - outside of VHS insert, cassette 1, scan by Stuart Moore
Thanks to Stuart Moore for scans of the Australian VHS release on two separate tape cassettes. They come in clear plastic DVD boxes with double sided inserts.
Columbia Music Video 49165 2 (Australia) - outside of VHS insert, cassette 2, scan by Stuart Moore

Columbia Music Video 49165 2 (Australia) - inside of VHS insert, cassette 1, scan by Stuart Moore


Columbia Music Video 49165 2 (Australia) - spines of VHS cassettes, scan by Stuart Moore


Columbia Music Video 49165 2 (Australia) - inside of VHS insert, cassette 2, scan by Stuart Moore

Columbia Music Video 39V 49165/49166-49167 (Argentina) - VHS 2 tape cassette release:


Columbia Music Video 39V 49165/49166 (Argentina) - sleeve 1 front scan by Sergio Mariano Romay

Columbia Music Video 39V 49165/49166 (Argentina) - sleeve 1 rear scan by Sergio Mariano Romay

Columbia Music Video 39V 49165/49166 (Argentina) - tape 1 scan by Sergio Mariano Romay

Columbia Music Video 39V 49165/49166 (Argentina) - tape 1 label scan by Sergio Mariano Romay

Columbia Music Video 39V 49165/49166-49167 (Argentina) - sleeve spines scan by Sergio Mariano Romay

Columbia Music Video 39V 49165/49167 (Argentina) - sleeve 2 front scan by Sergio Mariano Romay

Columbia Music Video 39V 49165/49167 (Argentina) - sleeve 2 front scan by Sergio Mariano Romay

Columbia Music Video 39V 49165/49167 (Argentina) - tape 2 scan by Sergio Mariano Romay

Columbia Music Video 39V 49165/49167 (Argentina) - tape 2 label scan by Sergio Mariano Romay

Columbia Music Video 39V 49165/49166-49167 (Argentina) - detail of tape spines, scan by Sergio Mariano Romay
The Argentinean VHS release also comes on two separate cassettes, this time in card sleeves. The front designs are the same as those of the Australian two cassette set. The overall catalogue number is "3V 49165", but the tapes are individually numbered "49166" and "40167". The tapes were made in Tierra del Fuego, Argentina by Teltron S.A. under licence from the Victor Corporation of Japan. The tape ends have only licence information and official stamps.


Columbia Music Video 39V 49165/49166-49167 (Argentina) - detail of sleeve rear, scan by Sergio Mariano Romay (both are the same)


Columbia Music Video 39V 49165/49166-49167 (Argentina) - sleeve top scan by Sergio Mariano Romay (both are the same)


Columbia Music Video 39V 49165/49166-49167 (Argentina) - tape ends scan by Sergio Mariano Romay

Pirate DVD releases:


2008 Pirate 2DVD set - picture from amazon.co.uk

Thanks to Harold Lepidus for news that Spin CDs in the UK are advertising a 2DVD release of The 30th Anniversary Concert Celebration by Classic Rock Direct/Nova/Pinnacle on 7 Apr 2008. This release omits 30 mins of the 1990 VHS and laserdisc releases, which were 110 mins. Thanks to Hans Seegers for information that this release is definitely unauthorised. Reviews on amazon.co.uk suggest it is a poor transfer from a VHS copy and even omits all the Dylan performances! You are strongly recommended to avoid this release, especially now the 2014 official release is available.

There is also a 5DVD set from Classic Rock called The Essential Dylan that includes The 30th Anniversary Concert Celebration, but I assume this is of the same quality. Thanks for Bill Hester for finding a 2009 European DVD called Tribute To Dylan from Immortal/Zoom/101 Distribution. This appears to have the complete concert but is still probably from a VHS source. Thanks to Manuel García Jara for finding what purports to be a Sony 2DVD release on eBay - Hans Seegers says this is also definitely pirated, probably from the VHS or laserdisc release.


2008 Classic Rock CBX 2991 (UK) - picture from eil.com


2009 Pirate DVD picture from amazon.com

   
2012 Pirate 2DVD set - front scan from eBay


2012 Pirate 2DVD set - rear scan from eBay

Thanks to Hans Seegers, David Plentus, Michel Pomarede, Jean-Pierre Mercier, Wil Gielen, Stuart Moore, Éamonn Ó Catháin and Sergio Mariano Romay for information and scans.


Various Artists - "The 30th Anniversary Concert Celebration (Deluxe Edition)" - 2DVD release: Columbia/Legacy/Sony Music 88843036809 (USA/Europe), 4 Mar 2014; Blu-ray release: Columbia/Legacy/Sony Music 88843034139 (USA/Europe), 4 Mar 2014:

Thanks to Freddy Ordóñez Araque, Harold Lepidus and Éamonn Ó Catháin for news that amazon.com are advertising an official Sony Legacy Blu-ray and DVD release of The 30th Anniversary Concert Celebration to be released on 4 Mar 2014. Both the CD and DVD/Blu-ray releases will contain extra material, but sadly not his main concert performance of Song To Woody, inexplicably omitted from the 1993 releases.

Thanks to Larry Crum for information that the 2014 releases do contain new Dylan material:

The "Behind the Scenes" bonus feature has the following:

1) Near the beginning is Bob rehearsing one verse of My Back Pages that is from a different take than the one above (R-0565)

2) The excerpt of It Takes A Lot To Laugh, It Takes A Train To Cry at the soundcheck is longer than R-0566 (although the additional portion is just used as background for an interview).

3) The rehearsal of My Back Pages on the VHS (R-0565 again) was just a brief instrumental passage, where on the DVD there is a much longer excerpt including Bob singing his verse.

For the 2014 2CD Deluxe Edition set, see International Albums (Regular).

2CD-R set/2DVD-R promo set, Columbia/Legacy (no catalogue number) (USA), 14/22 Jan 2014:


Front scan by Gerd Rundel

CD1 rear scan by Gerd Rundel

CD1 disc scan by Gerd Rundel

CD2 rear scan by Gerd Rundel

CD2 disc scan by Gerd Rundel

European promo three disc set with two CD-Rs plus a DVD-R, photo by Hervé from France

DVD1 disc scan by Gerd Rundel

DVD2 disc scan by Gerd Rundel

UK promo letter page 1 scan by Gerd Rundel

UK promo letter page 2 scan by Gerd Rundel

UK promo letter page 3 scan by Gerd Rundel

The US promo four disc set includes 2 CD-Rs and 2 DVD-Rs, each disc housed in its own plastic wallet. CD-R1 has a front insert (blank on the reverse) and both CD-R1 and CD-R2 have rear inserts with the track listing. Both CD-Rs are dated "01/14/14" (14 Jan 2014) while the two DVD-Rs are dated "01/22/14" (22 Jan 2014). The discs and both rear inserts have code numbers which have been blacked out. This copy of the US promo set comes with a three page promo letter from LD Communications, one of the UK's leading Music and Entertainment PR Agencies based in London. Therefore it looks like this US promo release was also distributed in the UK.

Thanks to Hervé from France for the photo of a Sony Music Europe promo three disc set with two CD-Rs plus a single DVD-R of the concert. The discs and promo literature comes in clear plastic wallets.

2DVD release: Columbia/Legacy/Sony Music 88843036809 (USA/Europe):


Columbia/Legacy/Sony Music 88843036809 (Europe) - front with sticker, scan by Manuel García Jara

The DVD and Blu-Ray versions feature a previously unreleased new High Definition (16 x 9) video master, remastered audio, and 40 minutes of “Behind The Scenes” material, including previously unreleased rehearsal footage and interviews. 29 songs are included in the regular DVD/Blu-Ray program, with three performances originally included on the original 1993 VHS release now listed as “bonus tracks”: Leopard-Skin Pill-Box Hat by John Mellencamp, Boots of Spanish Leather by Nanci Griffith with Carolyn Hester, and Gotta Serve Somebody by Booker T & the MGs. The latter two songs were performed before the start of the pay-per-view broadcast.

The release still omits the following songs from the concert: From A Buick 6 - G.E. Smith; Lay Lady Lay (instrumental) - G.E. Smith; See That My Grave Is Kept Clean - John Hammond (all pre-broadcast); Wanted Man - George Thorogood; I Want You - Sophie B. Hawkins; If Not For You - George Harrison; Song To Woody - Bob Dylan (included in the TV broadcast).

The standard DVD release comes on two discs with a 24-page booklet. The copy shown has a grey sticker on the front of the shrinkwrap and a store sticker with a price of €20.50 on the rear.


Columbia/Legacy/Sony Music 88843036809 (Europe) - front sticker scan by Manuel García Jara

Columbia/Legacy/Sony Music 88843036809 (Europe) - outside of unfolded insert, scan by Manuel García Jara

Columbia/Legacy/Sony Music 88843036809 (Europe) - inside of unfolded insert, scan by Manuel García Jara

Columbia/Legacy/Sony Music 88843036809 (Europe) - rear sticker scan by Manuel García Jara

Columbia/Legacy/Sony Music 88843036809 (Europe) - rear with sticker, scan by Manuel García Jara

Columbia/Legacy/Sony Music 88843036809 (Europe) - outside of unfolded booklet, scan by Manuel García Jara

Columbia/Legacy/Sony Music 88843036809 (Europe) - DVD1 scan by Manuel García Jara

Columbia/Legacy/Sony Music 88843036809 (Europe) - detail of DVD1, scan by Manuel García Jara

Columbia/Legacy/Sony Music 88843036809 (Europe) - DVD2 scan by Manuel García Jara

Blu-ray release: Columbia/Legacy 88843034139 (USA):


Columbia/Legacy 88843034139 (USA) - Blu-ray release front scan by Jack Guerreiro
The Blu-ray release comes on a single disc with a similar sticker on the front of the shrink wrap to that of the DVD release. Apart from the catalogue number on the rear, the 24-page booklet is again the same as that of the DVD release.
Columbia/Legacy 88843034139 (USA) - Blu-ray release front sticker scan by Jack Guerreiro

Columbia/Legacy 88843034139 (USA) - Blu-ray release rear scan by Jack Guerreiro

Columbia/Legacy 88843034139 (USA) - inside of Blu-ray release insert, scan by Jack Guerreiro

Columbia/Legacy 88843034139 (USA) - Blu-ray release booklet front scan by Jack Guerreiro

Columbia/Legacy 88843034139 (USA) - Blu-ray release booklet rear scan by Jack Guerreiro

Columbia/Legacy 88843034139 (USA) - Blu-ray disc scan by Jack Guerreiro

Blu-ray release: Columbia/Legacy/Sony Music 88843034139 (Europe):


Columbia/Legacy/Sony Music 88843034139 (Europe) - Blu-ray release front with sticker (my copy)

Columbia/Legacy/Sony Music 88843034139 (Europe) - outside of Blu-ray release insert

Columbia/Legacy/Sony Music 88843034139 (Europe) - inside of Blu-ray release insert

Columbia/Legacy/Sony Music 88843034139 (Europe) - Blu-ray release front sticker

Columbia/Legacy/Sony Music 88843034139 (USA/Europe), Blu-ray release picture from amazon.com

Columbia/Legacy/Sony Music 88843034139 (Europe) - outside of Blu-ray release booklet

Columbia/Legacy/Sony Music 88843034139 (Europe) - centre pages of Blu-ray release booklet

Columbia/Legacy/Sony Music 88843034139 (Europe) - detail of inside of Blu-ray release insert

2014 DVD release, picture from amazon.com

Columbia/Legacy/Sony Music 88843034139 (Europe) - detail of outside of Blu-ray release insert

Columbia/Legacy/Sony Music 88843034139 (Europe) - detail of Blu-ray disc

Columbia/Legacy/Sony Music 88843034139 (Europe) - Blu-ray disc

European promo three disc set with two CD-Rs plus a DVD-R, photo by Hervé from France

French promo DVD-R, photo by Hervé from France

The European Blu-ray release is almost identical to the US release.

Thanks to Hervé from France for the photo of a Sony Music Europe promo three disc set with two CD-Rs plus the DVD-R of the concert. The discs and promo literature comes in clear plastic wallets. Hervé has also provided a photo of a French promo DVD-R.

See Derek Barker's article in "Isis" 173 for detailed information about the differences between the 2014 Blu-ray and DVD releases and the 1993 VHS and laserdisc releases. The most important difference was the location of a previously unsuspected high definition source - the original TV show was recorded and broadcast in regular definition 4:3 aspect, but the Japanese broadcaster NHK was an early adopter of HD and filmed and broadcast the show using HD cameras in 16:9 aspect. This Japanese HD source has been used for the 2014 video releases, and the show was broadcast again on Japanese TV in Mar 2014 (see below). Because different cameras were used for the 1993 releases and the 2014 releases, there are substantial differences in the video editing of the performances, that is what is actually shown on screen at any point in the concert.


Various Artists - "The 30th Anniversary Concert Celebration (Deluxe Edition)" - 2DVD release: Sony Music SIBP 241-2 (Japan), 26 Mar 2014:
The complete show was aired on NHK, the National Japanese TV Channel on 16 Mar 2014 (23:00-0:29) and 23 Mar 2014 (22:50-0:19) including Song to Woody and the original vocal of Bob on Back Pages, with Jun Miura's commentaries.


Sony Music SIBP 241-2 (Japan) - front with obi, scan by Sonny Boy McFitzson

Sony Music SIBP 241-2 (Japan) - rear with obi, scan by Sonny Boy McFitzson

Sony Music SIBP 241-2 (Japan) - wrap-around obi, scan by Sonny Boy McFitzson

Sony Music SIBP 241 (Japan) - DVD1 scan by Sonny Boy McFitzson

Sony Music SIBP 242 (Japan) - DVD2 scan by Sonny Boy McFitzson

Sony Music SIBP 241-2 (Japan) - outside of unfolded DVD insert, scan by Sonny Boy McFitzson

Sony Music SIBP 241-2 (Japan) - inside of unfolded DVD insert, scan by Sonny Boy McFitzson

Sony Music SIBP 241-2 (Japan) - inside of DVD case with booklet and DVD1, scan by Sonny Boy McFitzson

Sony Music SIBP 241-2 (Japan) - inside of DVD case with DVD2, scan by Sonny Boy McFitzson

Sony Music SIBP 241-2 (Japan) - outside of DVD booklet, scan by Sonny Boy McFitzson

Sony Music SIBP 241-2 (Japan) - centre pages of DVD booklet, scan by Sonny Boy McFitzson

Sony Music SIBP 241-2 (Japan) - outside of Japanese language booklet, scan by Sonny Boy McFitzson

Sony Music SIBP 241-2 (Japan) - centre pages of Japanese language booklet with cartoon by Jun Miura, scan by Sonny Boy McFitzson

This DVD release has a wrap-around obi with price ¥4,700. As well as the regular booklet there is a Japanese language booklet with a centre cartoon by Jun Miura called "Went to see Bob Dylan". The Japanese booklet has the same contents as that of the 2014 2CD release, without Jun Miura's report. For the 2014 2CD Deluxe Edition Japanese set, see International Albums (Regular).

Thanks to Sonny Boy McFitzson for information and scans.


1994


"The Life And Times Of Allen Ginsberg" - documentary released Feb. 18, 1994, VHS: First Run Releases (catalogue number?) (USA), 1997/Visionary Communications MJ 022 (UK), 1995; DVD: New Yorker Video (catalogue number?), 17 Jul 2007:


US VHS release
Larry Crum informs me the Dylan content of this documentary consists of an excerpt of the Subterranean Homesick Blues sequence from Don't Look Back (see VHS & DVD 1960s and VHS & DVD 2000s Part 1).

This film directed by Jerry Aronson was shown on TV on 17 Sep 1997 in Thirteen/WNET's biography series "American Masters". Allen Ginsberg died in 1997.

For information about Bob's involvement with Allen Ginsberg's recordings, see 1972, 1974, 1982 and 1994.

For details of Bob's 1978 film Renaldo & Clara, which also features Allen Ginsberg, see VHS & DVD 1970s.

Thanks to Moise Potié for information about the 2007 US DVD release.

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UK VHS release

US DVD release, 2007

Robbie Robertson - "Going Home" - Disney TV documentary, 1994; VHS: Laserlight 80 547 (USA - NTSC), 1997; Laserdisc: VideoArts VALJ-3419 (Japan), 1994; DVD: Laserlight 82 016, ( USA), 1998:
This DVD is a Region 0 release playable in all regions, and is currently available.


1997 US VHS release
R-0319-3 I Don't Believe You (She Acts Like We Never Have Met) - recorded with the Hawks at Edinburgh, Scotland, 20 May 1966, from the unreleased documentary film "Eat The Document"

This performance first appeared in a 1979 documentary Heroes Of Rock And Roll (see VHS & DVD 1970s), and also appears in the 1996 boxed sets The Golden Age Of Rock 'N' Roll and Dancing In The Street (for both see VHS & DVD 1990s Part 2), and the 2003 Ed Sullivan Show set "Rock 'N' Roll Forever" + Rock 'N' Roll Revolution" (see VHS & DVD 2000s Part 2).

Larry Crum says two excerpts are included here, first: "the instrumental break and FIRST LINE of last verse ("I'm leavin'" through "say very much")." and later "another very brief snippet, I can make out only the words "watery and wet"."

R-0472-2 I Can't Leave Her Behind [On A Rainy Afternoon] - song worked on by Robbie Robertson and Bob Dylan in the unreleased documentary "Eat The Document", from a Glasgow hotel room in May 1966
Larry Crum says: "
The fragment on Robbie Robertson - "Going Home" previously identified as On A Rainy Afternoon is really I Can't Leave Her Behind (this actually contains the words "I can't leave her behind") while the song on "No Direction Home - Bob Dylan" identified as I Can't Leave Her Behind see VHS & DVD 2000s Part 3) is really On A Rainy Afternoon. They sound like two very different songs although I understand they are different stages of development of the same song. Somewhere along the line the titles have been confused!"

R-0673 One Too Many Mornings (excerpt) - recorded live with the Hawks, 1966, possibly from the soundcheck at the Manchester Free Trade Hall, 17 May 1966

Finally, an audio-only excerpt of "(Most Likely) You Go Your Way and I'll Go Mine" identified as with the Band from 1974 - sounds like the Before The Flood version.

This was a TV documentary originally broadcast on the Disney Channel in 1994. It also includes what is claimed to be "previously unreleased footage of The Basement Tapes", but this was actually shot in the pool room of Sammy Davis Jr.'s former house in the Hollywood Hills during the sessions for The Band's 1969 self-titled album, when Bob was not present. For more information, see Jan Hoiberg's Band site

Thanks to Larry Crum for supplying the catalogue numbers and dates of the commercial releases.

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1998 US DVD release
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VideoArts VALJ-3419 Laserdisc (Japan) - obi scan by Hans Seegers
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VideoArts VALJ-3419 Laserdisc (Japan) - front scan by Hans Seegers

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VideoArts VALJ-3419 Laserdisc (Japan) - rear scan by Hans Seegers

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VideoArts VALJ-3419 Laserdisc (Japan) - Side 1 scan by Hans Seegers

Robbie Robertson - "Chronicle" - Japanese Video R-3212(?), 1994:

R-0319-4 I Don't Believe You (She Acts Like We Never Have Met) - recorded with the Hawks at Edinburgh, Scotland, 20 May 1966, from the unreleased documentary "Eat The Document"

This performance first appeared in a 1979 documentary Heroes Of Rock And Roll (see VHS & DVD 1970s), and also appears in the 1996 boxed sets The Golden Age Of Rock 'N' Roll and Dancing In The Street (for both see VHS & DVD 1990s Part 2), and the 2003 Ed Sullivan Show set "Rock 'N' Roll Forever" + Rock 'N' Roll Revolution" (see VHS & DVD 2000s Part 2).

R-0472-3 I Can't Leave Her Behind [On A Rainy Afternoon] - song worked on by Robbie Robertson and Bob Dylan in the unreleased documentary "Eat The Document", from a Glasgow hotel room in May 1966

For more information, see Jan Hoiberg's Band site


Robbie Robertson - "A Retrospective - From The Band To The Rock 'N' Roll Hall Of Fame" - Laserdisc, VideoArts Music VALJ-3419, Japan, 1994:
This laserdisc is believed to have the same material as the Chronicle video

R-0319-5 I Don't Believe You (She Acts Like We Never Have Met) - recorded with the Hawks at Edinburgh, Scotland, 20 May 1966, from the unreleased documentary "Eat The Document"

This performance first appeared in a 1979 documentary Heroes Of Rock And Roll (see VHS & DVD 1970s), and also appears in the 1996 boxed sets The Golden Age Of Rock 'N' Roll and Dancing In The Street (for both see VHS & DVD 1990s Part 2), and the 2003 Ed Sullivan Show set "Rock 'N' Roll Forever" + Rock 'N' Roll Revolution" (see VHS & DVD 2000s Part 2).

R-0472-4 I Can't Leave Her Behind [On A Rainy Afternoon] - song worked on by Robbie Robertson and Bob Dylan in the unreleased documentary "Eat The Document", from a Glasgow hotel room in May 1966

For more information, see Jan Hoiberg's Band site

This Japanese laserdisc has a purple, white, black and pink obi - scan also required (information from Hans Seegers).


"Natural Born Killers" - film directed by Oliver Stone, Warner Studios, Cinema version released 26 Aug 1994, VHS: Warner Home Video (catalogue number?) (USA), 1995/Warner Home Video/Regency S013228 (UK), 2001/DVD: Warner Home Video D018535 (UK), 2001; Warner Home Video 18535 (Australia), 2001 Director's Cut: DVD: Lionsgate 14971 (USA), 1995; Lionsgate/Maple 14971 (Canada), (date?); Cinema Club (catalogue number?) (UK), 12 May 2003; Blu-ray DVD: Warner 3000016310 (USA), 2008; Warner 3000021744 (USA), 2009; Warner (catalogue number?) (UK), 2014:
This film is available on DVD in the USA in two versions, the standard cinema version as part of the "Oliver Stone Collection" at 119 mins, and Oliver Stone's Director's Cut at 182 mins. The US 2008 Blu-ray release is the cinema version at 119 mins. The US 2009 Blu-ray release is a slightly extended cinema version at 122 mins.


Warner Home Video 18535 (USA) - front scan by Jack Guerreiro (US DVD cinema version, 119 mins - also the cover of the original VHS release)


Warner Home Video 18535 (USA) - rear scan by Jack Guerreiro


Warner Home Video 18535 (USA) - DVD scan by Jack Guerreiro


Warner Home Video D018535 (UK) - DVD cinema version, 114 mins

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Warner Home Video S013228 (UK) - VHS cinema version, 114 mins

UK DVD cinema version, 114 mins, Cinema Club 3DVD set, 2003

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US DVD Director's Cut, 182 mins, Lionsgate


UK DVD Director's Cut, 182 mins, Cinema Club, 2003


Warner 3000016310 (USA) - 2008 Blu-ray release, 119 mins, front scan by Jack Guerreiro


Warner 3000016310 (USA) - 2008 Blu-ray release, 119 mins, rear scan by Jack Guerreiro


Warner 3000016310 (USA) - 2008 Blu-ray release, 119 mins, DVD scan by Jack Guerreiro


Warner "20th Anniversary" - 2014 Blu-ray release (UK), 114 mins, picture from www.amazon.co.uk

Maple/Lionsgate 24971 (Canada) - front scan by Jack Guerreiro

Maple/Lionsgate 24971 (Canada) - rear scan by Jack Guerreiro

Maple/Lionsgate 24971 (Canada) - DVD scan by Jack Guerreiro

Warner 3000021744 (USA) - 2009 Blu-ray release, 122 mins, front picture from www.amazon.co.uk


Warner 3000021744 (USA) - 2009 Blu-ray release, rear picture from www.amazon.co.uk


Warner Home Video 18535 (Australia) - DVD scan by Stuart Moore


Warner Home Video 18535 (Australia) - outside of case insert, scan by Stuart Moore (cinema version)

Warner Home Video 18535 (Australia) - inside of case insert, scan by Stuart Moore


Warner 3000016310 (USA) - 2008 Blu-ray release, 119 mins, inside of digipak with DVD, scan by Jack Guerreiro

R-0231-2 You Belong To Me (Pee Wee King-Red Stewart-Chilton Price) - recorded during the World Gone Wrong sessions, the song segues into dialogue from the film
This version is exactly the same as on the film soundtrack album with dialogue over the top - for details of that, see 1994.

The UK Region 2 DVD of Natural Born Killers (114 mins cinema version, further cut over US cinema release), was released in Nov 2001 as Warner Home Video D018535. The UK DVD contains 30 mins of deleted scenes and an alternate ending. The Director's Cut was released in the UK by Cinema Club in 2003. The 114 min version of the film is also available in the UK in a 2003 Cinema Club boxed set, VHS or DVD, with "Gang Related" and "Liberty Stands Still", two films not by Oliver Stone. The 2014 UK "20th Anniversary" Blu-ray release is also 114 mins.

Thanks to Jack Guerreiro and Stuart Moore for information and scans.


Various Artists - "Woodstock 94", VHS releases: PolyGram Video 800 633 367-3 (USA)/PolyGram Video 632 350-3 (UK); Laserdisc releases: PolyGram Video 633 367-1 (USA), 1994/PolyGram POLM 1010-1 (Japan), 1995:
For radio station discs, the soundtrack album and CD singles, see 1994 and 1995.
Both the US and UK VHS releases appear to be deleted and this title has never been released on DVD. For unauthorised 2007 and 2013 DVDs containing Bob's complete set, see Questionable Video.


PolyGram Video 800 633 367-3 (USA) - US VHS video


PolyGram Video 632 350-3 VHS video (UK) - insert scan by Dag Braathen


PolyGram Video 632 350-3 VHS video (UK) - tape label scan by Dag Braathen

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PolyGram Video POLM 1010-1 Laserdisc (Japan) - front scan by Hans Seegers

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PolyGram Video 800 633 367-1 Laserdisc (USA) - front scan by Hans Seegers

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PolyGram Video 800 633 367-1 Laserdisc (USA) - top obi scan by Hans Seegers

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PolyGram Video 800 633 367-1 Laserdisc (USA) - rear scan by Hans Seegers

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PolyGram Video POLM 1010-1 Laserdisc (Japan) - rear scan by Hans Seegers

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PolyGram Video POLM 1010-1 Laserdisc (Japan) - Side 1 scan by Hans Seegers

R-0229-4 Highway 61 [Highway 61 Revisited] - recorded live at the "Woodstock '94" festival, Winston Farm, Saugerties, NY, 14 Aug 1994

On this video the track is preceded by an introduction which is not on the CD.

The Japanese laserdisc release has a black, red and white top obi.

Thanks to Hans Seegers and Dag Braathen for information and scans.


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