"Searching For A Gem"

Bob Dylan's Officially Released Rarities and Obscurities

Audio: 2005

All the songs listed in the Official Rarities section are cross-referenced by song title in these alphabetical pages.
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Sally Grossman, widow of Bob's former manager Albert Grossman and the woman in red on the front sleeve of Bringing It All Back Home, pictured at the Bob Dylan exhibition at the Experience Music Project, Seattle, WA, with a picture by Bob that has hung in her living room for 40 years. Photograph from "Isis" #118, courtesy of Ida and Arie de Reus

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This yearly page now contains only the main Rarities List! Promotional Items (Albums and Singles) are now here. All Honourable Mentions are now here.

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!

Revised: 04 May, 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)

Audience recordings are indicated by (A).


"Introducing Bob Dylan" - 3-track CD-R single, Pacifica Radio Archives IZ 0940 (USA), 16 Feb 2005:

This 17 min CD-R contains Bob's contribution to this 1962 radio show hosted by Izzy Young of the Folklore Center on MacDougal Street in New York, which also included Pete Seeger and Sis Cunningham. The CD-R is in a plain white sleeve but has the (anachronous) photo of Bob by Jerry Schatzberg used on many editions of "Tarantula".


CD-R (my copy)
R-0886 Blowin' In The Wind - from "The Broadside Show" radio broadcast, WBAI-FM, New York, May 1962, previously unreleased
Listed as "The Answer, My Friend, Is Blowin' In The Wind", this was the first radio broadcast of Bob's new song!

R-0082-2 The Death Of Emmett Till - lyrics on bobdylan.com here, from "The Broadside Show" radio broadcast, WBAI-FM, New York, May 1962, from Broadside Ballads Vol. 6: Broadside Reunion, see 1972
This performance was also included on a Pacifica Radio Archives US Democracy Now! radio broadcast CD-R, see below.

R-0083-4 The Ballad Of Donald White - lyrics on bobdylan.com here, from "The Broadside Show" radio broadcast, WBAI-FM, New York, May 1962, from Broadside Ballads Vol. 6: Broadside Reunion, see 1972, now also on the Smithsonian Folkways boxed set The Best Of Broadside 1962-1988, see 2000

It is also available on cassette with the same catalogue number.

Thanks to Tim Dunn for information.


Various Artists - "Bonnaroo Music Festival 2004" - 2CD set, Sanctuary Records 06076-84736-2 (USA), 5 Apr 2005:


Sanctuary Records 06076-84736-2 (USA) - jewel case with sticker (my copy)
R-0697 Down Along The Cove - live, Bonnaroo Music Festival, Manchester, TN, 11 Jun 2004

Four further live performances from this show were added to the bobdylan.com Performances page in Jun 2004, see Online Performances (bobdylan.com). Cold Irons Bound from this show appeared in Oct 2007 on The Bootleg Series Vol. 8 - Tell Tale Signs: Rare And Unreleased 1989-2006, see here.

Bob's contribution is on track 1 of CD1. Other artists include The Dead, Dave Matthews & Friends, David Byrne, Steve Winwood, Gillian Welch and Beth Orton. For a 2004 2CD promo compilation album advertising this festival including a Dylan album track, see International Album Releases (Various Artists Compilations) 2004.

Thanks to Tim Dunn for the information and to Jim Paboucek for the disc scans. Thanks to Artur Jarosinski for the information that this performance is from a soundboard recording, not audience as previously stated.


Sanctuary Records 06076-84736-2 (USA) - inside page of booklet with Bob


Sanctuary Records 06076-84736-2 (USA) - outside of front insert


Sanctuary Records 06076-84736-2 (USA) - rear insert


Sanctuary Records 06076-84736-2 (USA) - CD1 (including Bob), scan by Jim Paboucek


Sanctuary Records 06076-84736-2 (USA) - CD2 (no Dylan), scan by Jim Paboucek

"Talkin' John Birch Paranoia Blues [Talkin' John Birch Society Blues]" - 10" stereo acetate, Columbia 70090-2 (USA), 1963 (surfaced April 2005):


Columbia 70090-2 (USA) - label photo by Karen Fredericks
This stereo acetate came from the estate of John Hammond. It is housed in a generic "audiodiscs" sleeve and has a Columbia Recording Studios black label with handwritten text. The title is given as "Talkin' John Birch Paranoia Blues".

R-0018-3 Talkin' John Birch Society Blues - still unreleased studio version, the one released on The Bootleg Series Vols. 1-3 in 1991 is a live performance from Carnegie Hall, New York, 26 Oct 1963 (see below)

For the original release of this performance on the withdrawn version of The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan, see 1963.

Thanks to Karen Fredericks for information and photos.


Columbia 70090-2 (USA) - "audiodiscs" sleeve photo by Karen Fredericks

Various Artists - "Is It Rolling, Bob? Dub Versions: Visions Of Jamaica" - compilation CD, RAS/Sanctuary Records 06076-89943-2 (USA); RAS/Sanctuary RZACD024 (UK), 19 Apr 2005:


RAS/Sanctuary Records 06076-89943-2 (USA) - front with sticker, scan by Hans Seegers


RAS/Sanctuary Records 06076-89943-2 (USA) - front sticker scan by Hans Seegers


RAS/Sanctuary Records 06076-89943-2 (USA) - front insert scan by David Plentus

RAS/Sanctuary Records 06076-89943-2 (USA) - reverse of front insert, scan by David Plentus


RAS/Sanctuary Records 06076-89943-2 (USA) - rear insert scan by David Plentus


RAS/Sanctuary Records 06076-89943-2 (USA) - CD scan by David Plentus

This is the separate release of the bonus "dub" disc originally given away with the RAS Records limited edition of Is It Rolling, Bob? in Aug 2004, see 2004.

R-0665-2 I And I - dub remix by Doctor Dread of R-0664, reggae remix by Sly and Robbie of track from Infidels
R-0665 was re-released by Doctor Dread with a Theremin remix as "I For An Eye" (R-1093) on his 2013 Tsosume Records Hungary album Theremin In Dub, see
2013.

Thanks to David Plentus and Hans Seegers for information and scans.


Pete Seeger - "The Essential Pete Seeger" - compilation CD release, Columbia/Legacy CK 92835 (USA); Sony Music 77623 (UK), 19 Apr 2005:


Columbia CK 92835 (USA) -picture from amazon.com
I was told this CD contained the performance below, but the live performance here is actually from New York, 28 Apr 1962, not the Newport Folk Festival, 1963!

R-0607-2 This Land Is Your Land (Woody Guthrie) - live with Pete Seeger and ensemble, Newport Folk Festival, Newport, RI, 28 Jul 1963 (stereo version)
Bob possibly appeared on this ensemble recording at the finale of the 1963 Newport Folk Festival, from the Vanguard album The Newport Folk Festival - 1963: The Evening Concerts Vol. 2, see 1964.

A previous Vanguard 2LP set called The Essential Pete Seeger was released in 1978, single CD release (shown), 1990. That set definitely has no Dylan content.

Thanks to Anthony Bush and Harold Lepidus for information.


Vanguard 97/98 (USA) - 1990 CD release of 1978 2LP set

Various Artists - "Chroniques: Volume 1 [Chronicles: Volume 1]" - 2CD set, Sony Music Media SMM 520163-2 (France), 11 May 2005:


Sony Music Media SMM 520163-2 (France) - scan by Jean-Pierre Mercier
This 2CD set features 41 tracks by artists mentioned in Bob's book Chronicles: Volume 1and is exclusive to France, released to tie in with the French translation. The notes in French inside the booklet are by British rock journalist Nick Kent. The description of each track in the booklet includes an excerpt from the French translation of Bob's book referring to it.

R-0002-8 I'll Fly Away (Albert E. Brumley) - Bob plays harmonica for Carolyn Hester (stereo version)
For her original album see 1962. For a complete list of all the compilations on which this track has appeared, also see 1962.

R-0680-2 Dignity - original 1989 piano demo (piano and vocal only)
This track first appeared on the bonus disc released with the book "Chronicles Volume One" in the USA, see 2004.
This demo version of Dignity was released in Oct 2008 on The Bootleg Series Vol. 8 - Tell Tale Signs: Rare And Unreleased 1989-2006, see here. This means it is no longer a rarity.


"Chronicles Volume One" - book cover (my copy)

Sony Music Media SMM 520163-2 (France) - front with stickers (my copy)


Sony Music Media SMM 520163-2 (France) - rear insert scan by Jean-Pierre Mercier


Sony Music Media SMM 520163-2 (France) - front of booklet scan by Jean-Pierre Mercier

Sony Music Media SMM 520163-2 (France) - CD1 (no Dylan)

Sony Music Media SMM 520163-2 (France) - CD2 with R-0002, R-0680 and five Dylan album tracks

There are also five other tracks by Bob: Song To Woody from Bob Dylan; Let Me Die In My Footsteps from The Bootleg Series Vols. 1-3; Positively 4th Street, the single released on Bob Dylan's Greatest Hits; If Dogs Run Free from New Morning and Man In The Long Black Coat from Oh Mercy. Other artists include Woody Guthrie, Jimmie Rodgers, Hank Williams, Pete Seeger, Irma Thomas, Nina Simone and Johnny Cash. There are seven Dylan covers, including Blowin In The Wind by Peter, Paul and Mary, Mr. Tambourine Man by The Byrds, and the performance by Al Kooper of Went To See The Gypsy included in his 2001 compilation Rare & Well Done listed in Honourable Mentions.

Thanks to Jean-Pierre Mercier for information and scans.


Alabama 3 - "Outlaw" - One Little Indian Records TPLP389CD (UK), 5 Jun 2005:


One Little Indian Records TPLP389CD (UK) - front scan by Jack Guerreiro
R-0236 The Gospel Train (Bob Dylan/Robert Spragg/Jon Delafons/Piers Marsh) - song with loop of Lay, Lady, Lay from Nashville Skyline

Tom Willems has found an advert for the UK tour in "Uncut" magazine #97, Jun 2005.

Thanks to Tim Dunn for information and Jack Guerreiro and Tom Willems for scans.


One Little Indian Records TPLP389CD (UK) - rear insert scan by Jack Guerreiro


One Little Indian Records TPLP389CD (UK) - CD scan by Jack Guerreiro


Advert from "Uncut2 #97, June 2005, scan by Tom Willems

"Democracy Now!" - radio broadcast CD-R Pacifica Radio Archives BB2439 (USA), 26 Aug 2005:
The programme is partly about the murder of Emmett Till and includes Bob's song, in the video played over a series of still photographs. The CD-R comes in a jewel case with a single-sided front insert only and just the handwritten date "8-26-05" on the disc. For the video version of this programme, see VHS & DVD 2000s Part 3.


Insert scan by Jack Guerreiro
R-0082-3 The Death Of Emmett Till - lyrics on bobdylan.com here, from "The Broadside Show" radio broadcast, WBAI-FM, New York, May 1962
Originally released on the Smithsonian/Folkways album Broadside Ballads Vol. 6: Broadside Reunion with Bob performing as "Blind Boy Grunt", see 1972.
R-0082 is also on Introducing Bob Dylan, Pacifica Radio Archives (USA), see above

This is a different performance from Witmark demo R-0035, found on the Warner Brothers sampler Nine Songs Publisher’s Sampler, see 1967, now released on The Bootleg Series Vol. 9 - The Witmark Demos 1962-1964, 2010.

Thanks to Jack Guerreiro for information and scans.


CD-R scan by Jack Guerreiro

 
Folkways F-05315 (USA) - front scan by Kenneth Robson (1972 release)


"Live At The Gaslight 1962" - Columbia/Legacy A 96016 (USA), 30 Aug 2005; Columbia/Legacy COL 82876728622 (Belgium), 7 Oct 2005:


Columbia/Legacy A 96016 (USA) - promo insert scan by Ian Woodward


Columbia/Legacy A 96016 (USA) - promo CD-R scan by Ian Woodward

This 10-track CD available only from Starbucks coffee shops in the USA has been produced for them by Columbia. It comes in a digipak with a 12-page stapled booklet featuring liner notes by Sean Wilentz, who claims the circulating 17-song tape is actually taken from two separate shows at the Gaslight Café in New York in Oct 1962.


Columbia/Legacy A 96016 (USA) - outside of unfolded digipak (my copy)


Columbia/Legacy A 96016 (USA) - front of sealed digipak (my copy)


Columbia/Legacy A 96016 (USA) - rear of sealed digipak with Starbucks sticker (my copy)


Columbia/Legacy A 96016 (USA) - outside of booklet (my copy)


Columbia/Legacy A 96016 (USA) - inside of unfolded digipak (my copy), the booklet is in the pocket on the left hand side, under the CD tray is a picture of a Starbucks coffee cup


Columbia/Legacy A 96016 (USA) - CD scan (my copy)


Comparison of detail of US and Belgian booklets, scan by Jean-Pol Hiernaux


Columbia/Legacy COL 82876728622 (Belgium) - Humo "Bon" (voucher) for the album, scan by Bernard Reynaert


Columbia/Legacy COL 82876728622 (Belgium) - front of Humo slipcase, scan by Bernard Reynaert


Columbia/Legacy COL 82876728622 (Belgium) - back of Humo slipcase, scan by Bernard Reynaert


Columbia/Legacy COL 82876728622 (Belgium) - back of digipak, scan by Bernard Reynaert


Columbia/Legacy COL 82876728622 (Belgium) - CD scan by Bernard Reynaert


Columbia/Legacy COL 82876728622 (Belgium) - advert from Humo web-site found by Bernard Reynaert

R-0701    A Hard Rain's A-Gonna Fall
A 0:28 excerpt of this performance appears in Bob Dylan In America, audiobook read by Sean Wilentz, Random House (USA), see 2010.

R-0702    Rocks And Gravel (Brownie McGhee/Leroy Carr, wrongly credited to "Bob Dylan")
Lyrics on bobdylan.com here (where it's copyrighted by Bob Dylan, although other authorities list the song writers as Brownie McGhee and Leroy Carr - Glen Dundas and Michael Gray list it as "Traditional")
A studio version appeared on the withdrawn US Columbia version of The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan, see 1963, and an alternate take appeared on the limited edition 4CD-R set The 50th Anniversary Collection (R-0964, see 2012). Thanks to Harold Lepidus for news that the latest TV ad for the 2014 Jeep Cherokee SUV currently being screened in the USA (see 30 Oct 2013 and 12 Nov 2013 below) includes this 1962 live performance.

R-0703    Don't Think Twice, It's All Right

R-0679-2 The Cuckoo Is A Pretty Bird (Traditional) - previously released on the promo CD Chronicles Volume One 6 Song Sampler, Oct 2004 see 2004

R-0704    Moonshiner (Traditional)
A studio version appeared on The Bootleg Series Vols. 1-3 in 1991, see International Albums (Regular). R-0704 was released in 2011 on the Sony Music Germany compilation
Pure Dylan: An Intimate Look At Bob Dylan, see 2011.

R-0467-3 Handsome Molly (Traditional) - previously released on the Japan only CD Bob Dylan Live 1961-2000: Thirty-Nine Years Of Great Concert Performances, Feb 2001 see 2001. It was also one of the 42 rarities included for download with the Aug 2006 Apple iTunes Bob Dylan Collection, see Online Performances (Other).

R-0705    Cocaine (Traditional)
A version with Bob backing Richard Fariña and Eric von Schmidt can be found on a UK-only Topic LP, see 1964. A live version by Bob from the El Rey Theater, Los Angeles, 16 Dec 1997, was released on Columbia CD singles and on a bonus CD with the Australian release of Time Out Of Mind, see 1998.

R-0706    John Brown (wrongly credited as "Traditional")
A "studio version" of this song recorded at the Broadside magazine offices in New York, Feb 1963, was released by Bob under the pseudonym of "Blind Boy Grunt" on Broadside Records, see 1963. It was not included on a Columbia album until a 1994 version on MTV Unplugged in 1995, see International Albums (Regular).

R-0707    Barbara Allen (Traditional)

R-0708    West Texas (Traditional)

Thanks to Ian Woodward for the tracklisting and scans of a promo CD-R copy called "Gaslight Lounge - 1962" in a clear plastic wallet with a white paper insert.

Thanks to Jim Paboucek for scans and especially to Tim Dunn for the copy of the album. Thanks to Bernard Reynaert from Belgium for information that a European version of this album exists! He says: "The Live at the Gaslight 1962 CD is now available for a limited time in Belgium through "Humo", a popular weekly magazine. It can be acquired in exchange of a voucher which was in today’s edition (4 Oct 2005) plus 12 Euros only in the “Standaard Boekhandel” (Boekhandel = bookstore) chain stores. I bought my copy in Brussels. The catalogue number of the CD (also a digipak) is COL 82876728622 and is housed in a exclusive brown slipcase which says “Humo presenteert Bob Dylan Live at the Gaslight 1962” (“Humo presents…). There is also a booklet (same as the US release I suppose) but the FBI warning is missing of course. The disc is “Made in the EU” which is on the label."

Hans Seegers confirms the disc is made in Austria for distribution in Belgium only at this time. The voucher was also included with the 11 Oct 2005 issue of "Humo". The magazine is on sale throughout the Flemish-speaking part of Belgium. but the vouchers are redeemable only at Standaard Boekhandel stores. Jean-Pol Hiernaux adds that the Belgian release uses much better quality paper for both the digipak and the booklet than the US release - this is in contrast to the US and European releases of The Bootleg Series Vol. 7: No Direction Home, where the US booklet is printed on considerably better paper, and needs a wider slipcase as a result!

Three songs, all traditional, from this tape of an Oct 1962 show or shows at the Gaslight Café, New York, have already been officially released:

The six still unreleased tracks from the tape up to Dec 2012 were: Black Cross (Joseph S. Newman) - a monologue written by the uncle of actor Paul Newman made famous by Lord Buckley and one of the highlights of the Gaslight tape; an early version of Ballad Of Hollis Brown; Motherless Children (Traditional); Kind-Hearted Woman Blues (Robert Johnson); See That My Grave Is Kept Clean (Blind Lemon Jefferson) - studio version released on Bob Dylan; Ain't No More Cane On The Brazo (James "Iron Head" Baker) - performed on The Basement Tapes by The Band. All seventeen songs circulate amongst Dylan collectors and it is a shame the full seventeen could not be officially released on a single title! The six missing tracks (plus No More Auction Block), dated 15 Oct 1962, are now available on CD4 of The 50th Anniversary Collection (Sony Music Europe, Dec 2012), which is a very limited release.

Thanks to David Goldsmith for correcting this list.


"Live At The Gaslight 1962" - Columbia/Sony Music 88697 51773 2/2 (NL), 2009:


Columbia/Sony Music 88697 51773 2/2 (NL) - front of card sleeve, scan by Tom Willems
This album was released in 2009 in Holland as part of a 10CD set The Bob Dylan 60s Collection, released in association with the Dutch newspaper "De Volkskrant", see 2009. The box contains 10 CDs in card sleeves and a 16-page booklet by Dutch author Martin Bril called "Een man uit de verte [A man from afar]". For scans of the regular albums in this set, see International Album Releases (Regular) - 2000s Multi-Packs.
Columbia/Sony Music 88697 51773 2/2 (NL) - rear of card sleeve, scan by Tom Willems

Columbia/Sony Music 88697 51773 2/2 (NL) - CD scan by Tom Willems

Columbia/Sony Music 88697 51773 2 (NL) - box front scan by Tom Willems

Columbia/Sony Music 88697 51773 2 (NL) - box rear scan by Tom Willems

Thanks to Tom Willems for information and scans.


"No Direction Home: Bootleg Volume 7 - Exclusive Radio Sampler" - radio station CD, Columbia/Legacy COL 1666 (USA), Sep 2005:


Columbia/Legacy COL 1666 (USA) - front scan by Hans Seegers
Apparently this seven track CD went out to non-profit and adult alternative radio stations. For a Two Hour Radio Special promo radio station set on 2CD-Rs without bonus material, see International Album Releases (Dylan-only Compilations) 2000s. It is a glass-mastered CD, not a CD-R, in a jewel case with front and back inserts. The catalogue number is not printed on the artwork or the CD, just in the matrix information at the centre of the disc.

Keith Venturoni says: "After track 3, they insert the intro for Dylan at Newport '65 just before track 4 to make it sound as if that intro leads into that outtake". Thanks to Jean-Pol Hiernaux for the information that this is because the track She Belongs To Me is exactly as on The Bootleg Series Vol. 7 - No Direction Home - it has the intro to Maggie's Farm at Newport on the end of the track instead of at the start of Maggie's Farm!

R-0728 Masters Of War - live, New York Town Hall, 12 Apr 1963 (5:21), extended version of track from The Bootleg Series Vol. 7: No Direction Home (4:43)
Jean-Pol Hiernaux says this extended version has a slightly longer introduction and more applause at the end.

R-0729 Highway 61 Revisited banter - recorded Columbia Studios, New York, 2 Aug 1965
Again, Jean-Pol Hiernaux describes this as two false starts and a rehearsal with the famous police siren.

R-0730 Stuck Inside Of Mobile With The Memphis Blues Again (5:08) - edited version of track from The Bootleg Series Vol. 7: No Direction Home (5:44)
Thanks to Jean-Pol Hiernaux for the information that verse 5 is cut, although the last verse is kept.

R-0731 Highway 61 Revisited intro - recorded Columbia Studios, New York, Aug 1965

Thanks to Jean-Pol Hiernaux, Åsa Källén-Lindh, Ian Woodward, Keith Venturoni and Hans Seegers for information. Thanks also to Hans Seegers for scans (a huge improvement on the eBay photographs!).


Columbia/Legacy COL 1666 (USA) - CD scan by Hans Seegers

Columbia/Legacy COL 1666 (USA) - rear scan by Hans Seegers

Columbia/Legacy COL 1666 (USA) - detail of CD, scan by Jean-Pol Hiernaux showing matrix information with catalogue number

"Bob Dylan Live At Carnegie Hall 1963" - Columbia/Legacy CSK 17254 (USA); Columbia/Legacy SAMPCM 15009 2 (Europe), 15 Nov 2005:


Promo release, insert scan by Ian Woodward
If you buy No Direction Home: The Soundtrack - The Bootleg Series Vol. 7 and "The Bob Dylan Scrapbook" together from bobdylan.com in the USA, you will get this free six track CD in a card sleeve which opens at the top (the European version opens at the side). Thanks to Lee Griffin for news that this CD is also available at Borders in the USA, with selected Dylan purchases such as "The Bob Dylan Scrapbook", the paperback edition of "Chronicles Vol. 1", The Bootleg Series Vol. 7: No Direction Home, and several other remastered Dylan CDs. Thanks to Hans Seegers for information that this CD was included as a bonus disc in a limited edition "long box" edition of The Best Of Bob Dylan (US release).


Promo release, CD-R scan by Ian Woodward


Columbia
130C 675013LB (USA) - "long box" front scan by Hans Seegers (includes bonus CD of Carnegie Hall)

Columbia/Legacy SAMPCM 15009 2 (Europe) - front of card sleeve with Virgin UK sticker, scan by Neil Burling

Columbia/Legacy CSK 17254 (USA) - front of card sleeve, scan by Gil Lamont

Columbia/Legacy CSK 17254 (USA) - rear of card sleeve, scan by Gil Lamont

Columbia CS-9102 (USA) - stereo front sleeve of cancelled 1964 album, picture from Jeff Gold, www.recordmecca.com

Columbia
130C 675013LB (USA) - detail of front, scan by Hans Seegers (information about bonus CD of Carnegie Hall)


Columbia/Legacy SAMPCM 15009 2 (Europe) - rear of card sleeve, scan by Jean-Pierre Mercier


Columbia/Legacy CSK 17254 (USA) - CD scan by Gil Lamont


Columbia/Legacy SAMPCM 15009 2 (Europe) - CD scan by Jean-Pierre Mercier

Columbia SAMPCD 15043 2 (Europe) - front scan of card sleeve by Tom Willems

Columbia/Legacy CSK 17254 (USA) and Columbia/Legacy SAMPCM 15009 2 (Europe) - side-by-side comparison showing different sleeve openings (my copies)

Thanks to Ian Woodward for scans of a CD-R promo release, which came in a clear plastic wallet with a white paper insert. The title is misspelled as "Carnagie" on the insert. This mistake was repeated on the Apple iTunes online store in Sep 2005, see Online Performances (Other).

This album uses a pastiche of the cover of the cancelled US Columbia Bob Dylan In Concert album, including the "STEREO"/arrows logo, see 1964. Thanks to Bob Stacy for pointing out that this is a slightly different photograph from the one due to be used in 1964, both taken by Don Hunstein. Thanks to Jean-Pierre Mercier and Franck Faugere for details of the European release, Columbia SAMPCM 15009 2. This was initially available only in France, at stores like Virgin with purchases of No Direction Home: The Soundtrack - The Bootleg Series Vol. 7, but Tim Hayter tells me it is now available at Virgin stores in the UK with any two Dylan CDs.

All tracks were recorded live at Carnegie Hall, New York, 26 Oct 1963. Thanks to Bob Stacy for the information that they have been remixed by Michael Brauer.

R-0709    The Times They Are A-Changin' - previously unreleased and uncirculating

R-0710    Ballad Of Hollis Brown - previously unreleased and uncirculating
This track also appears on Serve 2, a charity album released in Nov 2007 to benefit World Hunger Year, see 2007.

R-0711    Boots Of Spanish Leather - previously unreleased and uncirculating

R-0370-3 Lay Down Your Weary Tune - included on the unreleased US Columbia Bob Dylan In Concert album, see 1964, and also appeared on the "Goldmine" acetates, see 1980, and released on bobdylan.com (BDC5, see Online Performances (bobdylan.com) )

R-0712    North Country Blues - previously unreleased and uncirculating

R-0713    With God On Our Side - previously unreleased and uncirculating

These six tracks are also part of the 42 rarities included for download with the Aug 2006 Apple iTunes Bob Dylan Collection, see Online Performances (Other).

Thanks to Gil Lamont, Neil Burling, Jean-Pierre Mercier and Tom Willems for information and scans and especially to Tim Dunn for the copy of the US album. Thanks to Hans Seegers for information and scan of the "long box" release of The Best Of Bob Dylan, which includes this as a bonus CD.

Other tracks from this concert released on the unreleased US Columbia Bob Dylan In Concert album, see 1964:

There are also three tracks that have never had R-numbers:

Thanks to Pachi Becerril for reminding me of the two Bootleg Series Vol. 1-3 tracks. The remaining seven songs from the nineteen song show have now been released on the Columbia/Legacy Europe 6LP limited edition 50th Anniversary Collection 1963, Dec 2013, all remixed by Michael Brauer. Yet again one wishes Columbia would stop this accursed fragmentation and release the whole concert on a single title!

Purchases of No Direction Home: The Soundtrack - The Bootleg Series Vol. 7 in Holland and at HMV in the UK (unlike Virgin, see above) have included a new release of the promo CD Chronicles Volume One 6 Song Sampler, see 2004, and sadly not the Carnegie Hall CD. Note that all the CDs shown above have the "joke" logo "363º SOUND" round the bottom edge. This is not a mistake, as the 2004 Chronicles CD had ""361º SOUND"!


"Bob Dylan Live At Carnegie Hall 1963" - Sony Music Direct MBCH 80002 (Japan), 15 Nov 2005:
In Japan this CD was available in exchange for five vouchers, one from each of the following albums:

The second and third albums are of course the 2005 remasters, released in Japan in paper sleeves, as are the two Greatest Hits albums (I've now bought the last four in paper sleeves from Japan and have added them to the International Albums (Regular) section.) The Japanese release came with a promo letter and a folded insert in Japanese.


Sony Music Direct MBCH 80002 (Japan) - front scan by Michio Kinoshita

Thanks to Michio Kinoshita and Hans Seegers for information and scans. Thanks to Peter Good for finding the Japanese promo on eBay. Thanks to Wil Gielen for scans of a very rare test pressing with the title Carnegie Hall 6 Song Sampler produced by Sony Music Studios, Tokyo, for in-house distribution only. It is in a standard CD jewel case with a single card front insert and no rear insert. The CD-R itself is blank.


Sony Music Direct MBCH 80002 (Japan) - front of test pressing, scan by Wil Gielen


Sony Music Direct MBCH 80002 (Japan) - inside of test pressing with reverse of insert and blank CD-R, scan by Wil Gielen


Sony Music Direct MBCH 80002 (Japan) - promo release, picture from eBay


Sony Music Direct MBCH 80002 (Japan) - rear scan by Michio Kinoshita


"Bob Dylan Live At Carnegie Hall 1963" Japanese voucher front (my copy)


"Bob Dylan Live At Carnegie Hall 1963" Japanese voucher back

Sony Music Direct MBCH 80002 (Japan) - unfolded insert, scan by Hans Seegers


Sony Music Direct MBCH 80002 (Japan) - promo letter scan by Hans Seegers


Sony Music Direct MBCH 80002 (Japan) - commercial release, CD scan by Michio Kinoshita

The Band - "A Musical History" - book with 5CD+DVD set, Capitol 72435-77409-6 (USA); Capitol/EMI 72435-71879-0-9 (Europe), 26 Sep 2005:


Capitol/EMI 72435-71879-0-9 (Europe) - front of sealed book with stickers (my copy), note the name "THE BAND" is actually on a transparent sticker and not on the book cover itself!
Thanks to Tim Dunn for the US catalogue number. This 112-page book measuring 11½" x 9½" has three pages at the back with pockets containing 5CDs plus a DVD. When sealed, the copy has two transparent stickers on the shrink-wrap, one with the name "THE BAND", and one describing the content (shown below). There are several photos of Bob in the book and four Dylan rarities on the CDs, two of which are previously unreleased, plus five other Dylan tracks. CDs 3 and 4 plus the DVD have no Dylan content.


Capitol/EMI 72435-71879-0-9 (Europe) - rear of sealed book with insert (my copy)


Capitol/EMI 72435-71879-0-9 (Europe) - detail of front sticker with US catalogue number


Capitol/EMI 72435-71879-0-9 (Europe) - detail of rear insert with European catalogue number

Capitol 72435-77409-6 (USA) - rear insert scan by Jack Guerreiro

Capitol 72435-77409-6 (USA) - detail of rear insert with US catalogue number, scan by Jack Guerreiro

Capitol/EMI 72435-71879-0-9 (Europe) - CD1 with R-0650 and R-0054

Capitol/EMI 72435-71879-0-9 (Europe) - CD2 with R-0064


Capitol/EMI 72435-71879-0-9 (Europe) - CD5 with R-0651


2007 Capitol USA 19-track CD selection, picture found by Jack Guerreiro

CD1:

R-0650 Tell Me, Momma - recorded live with The Hawks at the Odeon Theatre, Liverpool, England, 14 May 1966 (4:05), previously unreleased
Now also on
the Columbia/Legacy USA/Europe 36CD set The 1966 Live Recordings, Nov 2016. Both versions are still in mono as originally recorded. The 2016 version is 4:35 instead of 4:05 here, with a longer intro. Reports that this performance is incomplete with a drop-out are incorrect to my ears.

R-0054-9 Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues - recorded live with the Hawks at The Odeon Theatre, Liverpool, England, 14 May 1966 (5:41), B-side of US 7" single I Want You, (see 1966)
This live version, never released on a regular Columbia album, is also on the Japanese promo LP Mr. D's Collection #1 (see 1974), the Japanese promo EP Mr. D's Collection #2 (see 1976), the 1978 Australian set Masterpieces (see 1978), and the Japanese Mr. D's Collection #3 promo CD (see 1993). It's also on the Japanese set Dylan Ga Rock (see 1993 and 2010). Sadly, it does not appear on the B-side of a withdrawn CBS Spanish EP (see 1972), because the record was mispressed with It Takes A Lot To Laugh, It Takes A Train To Cry from Highway 61 Revisited instead! This track is now one of the 42 rarities included for download with the Aug 2006 Apple iTunes Bob Dylan Collection, see Online Performances (Other), and is also on
the Columbia/Legacy USA/Europe 36CD set The 1966 Live Recordings, Nov 2016. All versions are still in mono as originally recorded.
Fred Muller says the version on the Columbia/Legacy USA/Europe 36CD set The 1966 Live Recordings is not only longer at 6:51, but slightly clipped at the beginning when compared with the versions on Masterpieces and The Band: A Musical History. This is confirmed by Peter Coulthard and Roger Ford, who say that the first two bars of the performance on the 1966 mono single and subsequent releases of R-0054 up to 2016 were spliced in from the performance of Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues from the ABC Theatre, Belfast, Northern Ireland, 6 May 1966! This was however not done by Richard Alderson who recorded both shows. In a Jan 2017 email conversation between Richard and Peter Coulthard, Richard said that he handed all his 7" Nagra reels over to Howard Alk at the end of the tour and never saw them again. It's possible that the splice was done by Mike Claydon of I.B.C. Recording Studios, London, who was contracted by Columbia to make four recordings from Sheffield, 16 May 1966,onwards, or maybe by Columbia engineers in the USA, although the time scale is unbelievably short. This means that track 8 on CD14 of The 1966 Live Recordings is not the same as R-0054, and now has a new R-number, R-1906.

This CD also contains Can You Please Crawl Out Your Window? - single version, again in mono, but indicated so here; Odds And Ends from The Basement Tapes.  Thanks to David Burgess for news that the early version of Can You Please Crawl Out Your Window? that appeared by mistake on the first Columbia US promo 7" mono single release of Positively 4th Street (R-0044, see 1965) has again appeared by mistake in 2014 in the Spotify online version of A Musical History! This version has now been released in stereo on The Cutting Edge 1965-1966: The Bootleg Series Vol. 12 (6CD Deluxe Edition) CD4, track 2, and The Cutting Edge 1965-1966: The Bootleg Series Vol. 12 (18 CD Collector's Edition) CD6, track 19. Because R-0044 is in mono, it remains a rarity.

CD2:

R-0064-4 I Ain't Got No Home - recorded live with The Band at the Tribute to Woody Guthrie, Carnegie Hall, New York, 20 Jan 1968 (afternoon show), from the Tribute to Woody Guthrie Part 1 album (see 1972)
This performance also appears on the Japanese Mr. D's Collection #3 promo CD (see 1993).

This CD also contains Don't Ya Tell Henry plus several other songs from The Basement Tapes featuring The Band alone. Thanks to Jean-Pol Hiernaux for pointing out that the version of Long Distance Operator (4:32) is listed as previously unreleased and recorded at Goldstar Studios, Los Angeles, CA, 21 Feb 1968. The so-called Basement Tapes version is 3:40, but the new performance is in fact the same recording with an edited verse restored. (It is actually well known that not all the Band tracks included on The Basement Tapes album were the versions that were actually recorded there!)

CDs 3-4 have no Dylan content.

CD5:

R-0651 Highway 61 Revisited - recorded live with The Band at Madison Square Garden, New York, 31 Jan 1974 (evening show), previously unreleased
The version on Before The Flood was recorded live with The Band at The Forum, Inglewood, CA, 14 Feb 1974 (evening show).

This CD also contains Forever Young (slow version) from Planet Waves and Rainy Day Women #12 & 35, live from The Forum, Inglewood, CA, 13 Feb 1974, from Before The Flood.

Thanks to Jack Guerreiro for scans of the US release. Thanks also to Jack for information that a 19-track CD The Best Of "A Musical History" was released by Capitol in the USA on 17 Apr 2007. This contains two tracks with Bob, Can You Please Crawl Out Your Window? and Forever Young. There are no rarities. The CD is also available as a deluxe edition with a bonus DVD of six live Band performances from the DVD in this set. For details of this, see International Compilations (Other Artists' Albums with Dylan Album Tracks).
 


The Band - "A Musical History: Box Set Radio Special" - radio station CD-R, Capitol/EMI (no catalogue number) (USA), Sep 2005:
This one-hour radio show promoting The Band's boxed set includes two Dylan rarities. The CD-R is in a standard jewel case without a front insert.

BandMusicalHistoryUSRadioBack.jpg (30238 bytes)
Rear insert scan by Jack Guerreiro
R-0650-2 Tell Me, Momma - recorded live with The Hawks at the Odeon Theatre, Liverpool, England, 14 May 1966

R-0651-2 Highway 61 Revisited - recorded live with The Band at Madison Square Garden, New York, 31 Jan 1974 (evening show)

Thanks to Jack Guerreiro for information and scans.

BandMusicalHistoryUSRadioDisc.jpg (22005 bytes)
CD-R scan by Jack Guerreiro

Harry Belafonte - "The Essential Harry Belafonte" - compilation 2CD set, RCA 82876 69242 2 (UK), 10 Oct 2005:


RCA 82876 69242 2 (UK) - picture from www.amazon.co.uk
R-0001-27 Midnight Special (Huddie Ledbetter "Lead Belly") - Bob plays harmonica on the title track of Harry Belafonte's 1962 The Midnight Special album (stereo version)

For details of the original album, see 1962.

Thanks to Hans Seegers for the catalogue number.


Various Artists - "Music From The Motion Picture 'North Country'" - film soundtrack album, Sony Music Soundtrax/Columbia CK 97777 (USA), 11 Oct 2005/Sony Music Soundtrax SICP 1021 (Japan), 25 Jan 2006 :
The picture on the front of the album cover is of Charlize Theron, who stars as a woman working in a Northern Minnesota mine who takes a stand against sexual harassment. As Bob was raised in Hibbing, a mining town in Northern Minnesota, it's easy to see why he supported this film. For the film DVD release, see VHS & DVD 2000s Part 3.


Sony Music Soundtrax/Columbia CK 97777 (USA) - my copy
R-0649 Tell Ol' Bill - previously unreleased song, recorded mid-2005
This track was one of the 42 rarities included for download with the Aug 2006 Apple iTunes Bob Dylan Collection, see Online Performances (Other). It was listed as an alternate take, but turned out to be R-0649. The real alternate take of Tell Ol' Bill was released in Oct 2008 on The Bootleg Series Vol. 8 - Tell Tale Signs: Rare And Unreleased 1989-2006, see here. This means R-0649 remains a rarity.

Speculation at first was that this was the previously uncirculating out-take from Self Portrait recorded at Columbia Studios, New York, 4 Mar 1970, now released in Aug 2013 on The Bootleg Series, Vol. 10 - Another Self Portrait (1969-1971). Clinton Heylin lists it as "Tell Old Bill", while Michael Krogsgaard lists it as "This Evening So Soon" as written on the studio session recording sheet, which is the Bootleg Series Vol. 10 title. However, R-0649 is in fact a new recording, made earlier this year with musicians including Elana Fremerman on violin. Thanks to Tim Dunn and Michael Mets for the information that the song is credited to "Bob Dylan" and is not the same as the traditional song, now released on The Bootleg Series Vol. 10 - Another Self Portrait (1969-1971) as This Evening So Soon, 2013.

The North Country soundtrack album also includes Lay, Lady, Lay from Nashville Skyline, Do Right To Me Baby (Do Unto Others) from Slow Train Coming, and Sweetheart Like You from Infidels. There are also covers of Girl From The North Country by Leo Kottke and Paths Of Victory by Cat Power. Paul S. Levine thinks that Lay, Lady, Lay and Sweetheart Like You are remixes, but my ears can't hear any significant differences from the tracks released in the 2003 series of hybrid SA-CDs. There is a pale blue information sticker with white text on the outside of the jewel case. The front insert is a single sheet with three folds. The CD tray is clear to show the picture on the reverse of the rear insert.

Thanks to David Plentus, Ole Lien, Gino Galvez and Gil Walker for information about this release.


Sony Music Soundtrax/Columbia CK 97777 (USA) - front of sealed copy with sticker

Sony Music Soundtrax/Columbia CK 97777 (USA) - sticker from front


Sony Music Soundtrax/Columbia CK 97777 (USA) - outside of unfolded front insert


Sony Music Soundtrax/Columbia CK 97777 (USA) - rear insert

Sony Music Soundtrax/Columbia CK 97777 (USA) - CD


Sony Music Soundtrax/Columbia CK 97777 (USA) - inside of unfolded front insert


Sony Music Soundtrax/Columbia CK 97777 (USA) - reverse of rear insert (under clear CD tray)

Sony Music Soundtrax SICP 1021 (Japan) - obi

Sony Music Soundtrax SICP 1021 (Japan) - front of sealed copy with obi (my copy)

Sony Music Soundtrax SICP 1021 (Japan) - rear insert

Sony Music Soundtrax SICP 1021 (Japan) - lyrics booklet

Sony Music Soundtrax SICP 1021 (Japan) - CD

Sony Music Soundtrax CK 97777 (New Zealand) - detail of rear insert, scan by Bill Hester

Sony Music Soundtrax SICP 1021 (Japan) - rear of sealed copy with obi (my copy)


Sony Music Soundtrax SICP 1021 (Japan) - promo CD, picture by Hervé from France


Sony Music Soundtrax CK 97777 (New Zealand) - rear insert scan by Bill Hester


Sony Music Soundtrax CK 97777 (New Zealand) - CD scan by Bill Hester


Sony Music Soundtrax CK 97777 (New Zealand) - detail of CD, scan by Bill Hester

Thanks to Michio Kinoshita for information about the Japanese release. The three fold front insert and the reverse of the rear insert are identical to the US release, with English text. There is a black, blue and white obi with price ¥2,520 and a Japanese language lyrics booklet inside the front insert. There is no information sticker as on the US release. For a Sony Japan Jan 2006 promotional album with R-0649, see 2006.

Thanks to Hervé from France for the photo of a Japanese promo CD - it is in a standard jewel case with no inserts. The title is in Japanese but the song titles are in English. Thanks to Bill Hester for scans of the New Zealand release and for the information that Niki Caro, the director of this film and the acclaimed "Whale Rider", is a New Zealander, and it was her who persuaded Bob to provide a song for the film! This New Zealand connection is probably why there was a separate New Zealand release for the album. Thanks also to Bill for this excerpt from an interview with Niki Caro:

NC: (happily) Oh, I'm the producer of that. It thrills me to the core.

Q: There’s Bob Dylan from Minnesota, but is there another aspect of him that made him appropriate for this film?

NC: Good question. When you're cutting the film, you put a lot of music in the picture to see what works. I'm a big Dylan fan, but I'm an equally big Springsteen fan. I tried some of Springsteen's stuff in the movie and it just wouldn't work. When I thought about it, when I really stopped to think about his music: It's very narrative, but it's almost exclusively from the point of view of the young American male and the working class world. Then everything of Dylan's I put in the picture worked just like a charm. So we went to him to see if he'd write an original song for us. I went to meet him. I went from Auckland, New Zealand, to Camden, New Jersey, which is a long trip just for a day to join him briefly on his tour and discuss the movie with him. It was great. And then I just put more and more Dylan songs.


George Harrison & Friends - "The Concert For Bangladesh: Remixed Edition" - 2CD sets, Apple/Capitol 09463-35880-2-8 (USA), 22 Oct 2005; Epic 82876729862 (Europe), 21 Oct 2005; Epic MHCP 896-7 (Japan), 2 Nov 2005:
For the original 1972 Apple 3LP set and the original 1991 Epic 2CD set release, see 1972. This release warrants a separate entry as it has new material. As with previous releases, this release is shared between EMI (Apple/Capitol) and Sony (Epic). It comes in a hinged orange CD-sized box.


Apple/Capitol US 4-track sampler CD with R-0079, picture from eBay
Thanks to Tim Dunn for finding the US Apple/Capitol 4-track sampler CD on eBay - this promo CD includes R-0079. Apparently it has no catalogue number.

This set comes in a box with a 40-page stapled booklet with several pictures of Bob, some of which were used for the cover of Bob Dylan's Greatest Hits Vol. 2 in Nov 1971, see International Albums (Regular). All tracks recorded live with George Harrison, Leon Russell and Ringo Starr, Madison Square Garden, New York, 1 Aug 1971 (evening show). For information on VHS video and DVD releases of the feature film, omitting Mr. Tambourine Man (R-0078), see VHS & DVD 1970s. For the expanded edition released in the USA and UK on 24 Oct 2005, which includes new Dylan material, see VHS & DVD 2000s Part 3.


Epic 82876729862 (Europe) - front of sealed box with sticker (my copy)


Epic 82876729862 (Europe) - sticker from front of box


Epic 82876729862 (Europe) - box opened out


Epic 82876729862 (Europe) - UNICEF insert

Epic 82876729862 (Europe) - front of card sleeve for CD1 (no Dylan)


Epic 82876729862 (Europe) - outside of 40-page booklet


Epic 82876729862 (Europe) - front of card sleeve for CD2


Epic 82876729862 (Europe) - rear of card sleeve for CD2


Epic 82876729862 (Europe) - CD2 (includes Dylan)

Apple/Capitol 09463-35880-2-8 (USA) - front of box, scan by Jack Guerreiro


Epic 82876729862 (Europe) - inside page booklet of booklet with Bob


Epic 82876729862 (Europe) - inside page booklet of booklet with Bob


Epic MHCP 896 (Japan) - promo CD1 scan by Hans Seegers (no Dylan)

Apple/Capitol 09463-35880-2-8 (USA) - rear of box, scan by Jack Guerreiro

Apple/Capitol 09463-35880-2-8 (USA) - CD1 scan by Jack Guerreiro (no Dylan)

Apple/Capitol 09463-35880-2-8 (USA) - CD2 scan by Jack Guerreiro (includes Dylan)

Epic MHCP 896-7 (Japan) - rear of box with promo panel, scan by Hans Seegers

Epic MHCP 896 (Japan) - promo CD2 scan by Hans Seegers (includes Dylan)

Epic MHCP 896-7 (Japan) - obi scan by Hans Seegers
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Epic MHCP 896-7 (Japan) - front with obi, picture from Rob Cole

Sony MHCP 896 (Japan) - test pressing CD-R Disc 1, picture found on eBay by Sam Plessers (no Dylan)

Sony MHCP 897 (Japan) - test pressing CD-R Disc 2, picture found on eBay by Sam Plessers (includes Dylan)

Epic MHCP 896-7 (Japan) - rear promo panel, scan by Hans Seegers

Epic MHCP 896 (Japan) - detail of promo CD2, scan by Hans Seegers

R-0075-4 A Hard Rain's Gonna Fall
This performance also appeared on a 1983 compilation from Columbia Brazil, The Legend, see 1983.

R-0076-4 It Takes A Lot To Laugh, It Takes A Train To Cry
This performance also appeared on a 1995 Westwood One US radio station broadcast about Dylan and the Beatles, see 1995.

R-0077-7 Blowin' In The Wind
This performance also appeared on an Epic promo CD single for The Concert For Bangladesh, see 1991.

R-0078-3 Mr. Tambourine Man
This performance, which is not in the film, also appeared in a 1981 US radio broadcast Guitar - A Rock Episode: The Guitars Of Bob Dylan (see 1981), and on a 1990 US radio broadcast in Radio Today/ABC Radio Networks series "The Live Show" (see 1990).

R-0079-3 Just Like A Woman

This deluxe edition, which is being released to benefit the George Harrison Fund for UNICEF, comes with a bonus track:

R-0722 Love Minus Zero/No Limit (afternoon show)

Thanks to Harold Lepidus and other contributors who told me about this release. Thanks to Jack Guerreiro for scans of the US release. The rear of the box has the FBI anti-piracy notice and logo, while the discs have the notice only. Thanks to Rob Cole and Sam Plessers for finding the Sony Japan Epic test pressing and Epic commercial releases. The Japanese test pressing CD-Rs are dated "2005/11/2" (2 Nov 2005). The promo and commercial releases have a bigger box than the US and European releases, with two booklets and an orange, white and black obi with white and black text and price ¥4,200. Thanks to Hans Seegers for further information and scans. The Epic Japan promo CDs have the correct catalogue numbers, but each has text from the discs in the 2005 DVD release, see VHS & DVD 2000s Part 3.


George Harrison & Friends - "The Concert For Bangladesh: 40th Anniversary Edition" - iTunes download, Apple iTunes Store (Worldwide), 27 Jul 2011:


Screenshot from iTunes UK
This concert recorded 1 Aug 1971 is now available as a 40th Anniversary release from iTunes stores.

Various Artists - "Putumayo Presents American Folk" - compilation CD, Putumayo World Music PUTU 240-2 (USA), 2005:


Putumayo World Music PUTU 240-2 (USA) - front scan by Hans Seegers
This CD is in a digipak with a Japanese-style top obi.

R-0215-5 Boots Of Spanish Leather - Bob plays harmonica on Nanci Griffith's cover version, from her 1993 Elektra album Other Voices, Other Rooms, see 1993

Thanks to Hans Seegers and Jack Guerreiro for information and scans.


Putumayo World Music PUTU 240-2 (USA) - rear with promo sticker, scan by Jack Guerreiro

Putumayo World Music PUTU 240-2 (USA) - rear scan by Hans Seegers


Putumayo World Music PUTU 240-2 (USA) - inside of digipak, scan by Jack Guerreiro


Putumayo World Music PUTU 240-2 (USA) - top obi unfolded, scan by Jack Guerreiro


Putumayo World Music PUTU 240-2 (USA) - CD scan by Jack Guerreiro

"Exclusive Out-takes From 'The Bootleg Series Vol. 7: No Direction Home - The Soundtrack'"- Three Track Download Only Single (USA), 5 Nov 2005/(UK), 14 Nov 2005:


Picture from iTunes web-site
These three rarities can now be found in Online Performances (Other).

Promotional/Regular Items for 2005



Living In Another Country: International Stereo Releases

Stereo promo albums and singles for 2005 which don't contain rare material but which are still very collectable are now included with promo releases of regular albums and commercially released singles on the appropriate page in International Stereo Releases.

<i>Picture used by the BBC to advertise the forthcoming Scorcese documentary</i>
The Bootleg Series Vol. 7 - No Direction Home
: The Soundtrack (2005)

<i>US-only relelease</i>
The Best Of Bob Dylan
(2005)


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