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Bob Dylan's Officially Released Rarities and Obscurities

Audio: 2013 - "50th Anniversary Collection 1963"

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Revised: 17 January, 2017.


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"50th Anniversary Collection 1963" - 6LP stereo/mono vinyl boxed set, Columbia/Legacy/Sony Music 88883799701 (Europe), 2 Dec 2013:


Columbia/Legacy/ Sony Music 88883799701 (Europe) - front of box (my copy)


Columbia/Legacy/Sony Music 88883799701 (Europe) - detail of rear of box (my copy)


Columbia/Legacy/ Sony Music 88883799701 (Europe) - rear of box (my copy)

Columbia/Legacy/ Sony Music 88883799701JK1 (Europe) - inner sleeve front, scan by Ronald Born (LP1)


Columbia/Legacy/Sony Music 88883799701JK1 (Europe) - inner sleeve rear, scan by Ronald Born (LP1 - others not shown)


Columbia/Legacy/ Sony Music 88883799701JK1 (Europe) - detail of inner sleeve rear, scan by Ronald Born (LP1)

Columbia/Legacy/Sony Music 88883799701JK1 (Europe) - detail of inner sleeve front, scan by Ronald Born (LP1)

Columbia/Legacy/ Sony Music 88883799701JK1 (Europe) - Side 1 scan by Ronald Born (LP1 Side A)

Columbia/Legacy/ Sony Music 88883799701JK1 (Europe) - detail of Side 1, scan by Ronald Born (LP1 Side A)

Columbia/Legacy/Sony Music 88883799701JK1 (Europe) - Side 2 scan by Ronald Born (LP1 Side B)

Columbia/Legacy/ Sony Music 88883799701JK2 (Europe) - inner sleeve front scan by Ronald Born (LP2)


Columbia/Legacy/Sony Music 88883799701JK2 (Europe) - detail of inner sleeve front, scan by Ronald Born (LP2)


Columbia/Legacy/ Sony Music 88883799701JK2 (Europe) - detail of inner sleeve rear, scan by Ronald Born (LP2)

Columbia/Legacy/ Sony Music 88883799701JK2 (Europe) - Side 3 scan by Ronald Born (LP2 Side C)

Columbia/Legacy/ Sony Music 88883799701JK2 (Europe) - Side 4 scan by Ronald Born (LP2 Side D)

Columbia/Legacy/ Sony Music 88883799701JK3 (Europe) - inner sleeve front scan by Ronald Born (LP3)

Columbia/Legacy/Sony Music 88883799701JK3 (Europe) - detail of inner sleeve front, scan by Ronald Born (LP3)

Columbia/Legacy/ Sony Music 88883799701JK3 (Europe) - detail of inner sleeve rear, scan by Ronald Born (LP3)

Columbia/Legacy/ Sony Music 88883799701JK3 (Europe) - Side 5 scan by Ronald Born (LP3 Side E)

Columbia/Legacy/ Sony Music 88883799701JK3 (Europe) - Side 6 scan by Ronald Born (LP3 Side F)

Columbia/Legacy/ Sony Music 88883799701JK4 (Europe) - inner sleeve front scan by Ronald Born (LP4)

Columbia/Legacy/Sony Music 88883799701JK4 (Europe) - detail of inner sleeve front, scan by Ronald Born (LP4)

Columbia/Legacy/ Sony Music 88883799701JK4 (Europe) - detail of inner sleeve rear, scan by Ronald Born (LP4)

Columbia/Legacy/ Sony Music 88883799701JK4 (Europe) - Side 7 scan by Ronald Born (LP4 Side G)

Columbia/Legacy/ Sony Music 88883799701JK4 (Europe) - Side 8 scan by Ronald Born (LP4 Side H)

Columbia/Legacy/ Sony Music 88883799701JK5 (Europe) - inner sleeve front scan by Ronald Born (LP5)

Columbia/Legacy/Sony Music 88883799701JK5 (Europe) - detail of inner sleeve front, scan by Ronald Born (LP5)

Columbia/Legacy/ Sony Music 88883799701JK5 (Europe) - detail of inner sleeve rear, scan by Ronald Born (LP5)

Columbia/Legacy/ Sony Music 88883799701JK5 (Europe) - Side 9 scan by Ronald Born (LP5 Side I)

Columbia/Legacy/ Sony Music 88883799701JK5 (Europe) - Side 10 scan by Ronald Born (LP5 Side J)

Columbia/Legacy/ Sony Music 88883799701JK6 (Europe) - inner sleeve front scan by Ronald Born (LP6)

Columbia/Legacy/Sony Music 88883799701JK6 (Europe) - detail of inner sleeve front, scan by Ronald Born (LP6)

Columbia/Legacy/ Sony Music 88883799701JK6 (Europe) - detail of inner sleeve rear, scan by Ronald Born (LP6)

Columbia/Legacy/ Sony Music 88883799701JK6 (Europe) - Side 11 scan by Ronald Born (LP6 Side K)

Columbia/Legacy/ Sony Music 88883799701JK6 (Europe) - Side 12 scan by Ronald Born (LP6 Side L)

Thanks to Derek Barker, Harold Lepidus and Philip Jump for news of a second instalment of the 50th Anniversary Collection to be released on 2 Dec 2013. The 2012 release was a very limited 4CD-R set covering unreleased studio and live performances from 1962, this 2013 release is a 6LP stereo/mono vinyl boxed set covering unreleased studio and live performances from 1963. The set will be on sale from independent retailers only in the UK, France, Germany and Scandinavia. The tracklisting is pasted on the rear of the box. The individual LPs come in inner sleeves numbered 88883799701JK1 to 88883799701JK6 on the rear of the sleeves at bottom right. The full rear sleeve is shown for LP1 only. The record sides are numbered "A" to "L".

LP1 - Side A "Columbia Studios New York 1963":

R-1029 Eternal Circle - take 4 (2:57), recorded Columbia Studios, New York, 12 Aug 1963
The version on The Bootleg Series Vols. 1-3, 1991, was recorded at Columbia Studios, New York, 24 Oct 1963 (take 1).

R-1030 Percy's Song - take 1 (7:11), recorded Columbia Studios, New York, 23 Oct 1963
Ronald Born says "The version of Percy's Song is a different version to the one from Biograph. It's 30 seconds shorter, has slightly different lyrics, harp solos only before and after the last verse, and some mixed up verses in the middle (verses 1-7, 10, 9, 8, 11-16)." The Biograph notes, Michael Krogsgaard and Glen Dundas list this take as the version on Biograph, 1985, but if this is right, it cannot be! The only other complete take was recorded at Columbia Studios, New York, 24 Oct 1963 (take 3, 7:43), so that must be the Biograph version. Thanks to Bob Stacy for reminding me that this was the conclusion of Clinton Heylin, who thought that the Biograph version is much more polished than the alternate take, and must date from the second day. This information has been added to the Biograph page.

R-1031 That's All Right Mama (Arthur Crudup)/Sally Free And Easy (Cyril Tawney) - take 1 (3:12), recorded Columbia Studios, New York, 23 Oct 1963

R-0390-4 Hero Blues - take 3 (3:45), recorded Columbia Studios, New York, 12 Aug 1963
This out-take from The Times They Are A-Changin' with Bob on piano, one of two complete takes (takes 1 and 3) recorded at Columbia Studios, New York, on 12 Aug 1963 (not the Witmark demo, now released on The Bootleg Series Vol. 9 - The Witmark Demos 1962-1964, 2010, or The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan out-takes recorded Columbia Studios, New York, 6 Dec 1962 (takes 1, 2 and 4), released on the Sony Music Europe 4CD set The 50th Anniversary Collection, Dec 2012, all of which have Bob on guitar). R-0390 was included on early 12" acetates of the album in late 1963/early 1964 (see
1964), and also surfaced in 1980 as The Gal I Love on unreleased Columbia acetates (see 1980) and again as Hero Blues in 2007.

R-1032 East Laredo Blues (Bob Dylan?) - take 1 (3:06), recorded Columbia Studios, New York, 23 Oct 1963

R-0693-2 Bob Dylan's New Orleans Rag - take 2 (3:22), recorded Columbia Studios, New York, 24 Oct 1963
Complete takes of this song were recorded at Columbia Studios, New York, on 6 Aug 1963 (CO78976, take 1), 7 Aug 1963 (CO78976, take 3) and 24 Oct 1963 (CO79693, takes 1 and 2). A version recorded in Aug or Oct 1963, appeared on US MPH acetates that surfaced in 2004, and is listed there as R-0693. this is now confirmed to be the definitely October performance here. An incomplete take (1:05) also circulates amongst collectors.

LP1 - Side B Gerde's Folk City 2-8-63 ("The Banjo Tape")

These twelve songs were performed in an impromptu session in the basement of Gerde's Folk City, New York, with Happy Traum and Gil Turner.

R-1033 Lonesome River Edge (Traditional, arr. Bob Dylan) (0:47) - from "The Banjo Tape", recorded Gerde's Folk City, New York, 8 Feb 1963

R-1034 Back Door Blues (1:37) (Traditional, arr. Bob Dylan) - from "The Banjo Tape", recorded Gerde's Folk City, New York, 8 Feb 1963

R-1035 Bob Dylan's Dream (3:46) - from "The Banjo Tape", recorded Gerde's Folk City, New York, 8 Feb 1963

R-1036 You Can Get Her (Traditional, arr. Bob Dylan) (1:08) - from "The Banjo Tape", recorded Gerde's Folk City, New York, 8 Feb 1963

R-1037 Farewell (2:29) - from "The Banjo Tape", recorded Gerde's Folk City, New York, 8 Feb 1963

R-1038 All Over You (4:09) - from "The Banjo Tape", recorded Gerde's Folk City, New York, 8 Feb 1963

R-1039 Masters Of War (5:11) - from "The Banjo Tape", recorded Gerde's Folk City, New York, 8 Feb 1963

R-1040 Instrumental In Gerde's Basement/Jam (Traditional, arr. Bob Dylan) (1:32) - from "The Banjo Tape", recorded Gerde's Folk City, New York, 8 Feb 1963

R-1041 Keep Your Hands Off Her (Huddie Ledbetter "Lead Belly") (1:08) - from "The Banjo Tape", recorded Gerde's Folk City, New York, 8 Feb 1963

R-1042 Honey Babe (Traditional, arr. Bob Dylan) (0:42)- from "The Banjo Tape", recorded Gerde's Folk City, New York, 8 Feb 1963 (0:42)

R-1043 Goin' Back To Rome (2:04)- from "The Banjo Tape", recorded Gerde's Folk City, New York, 8 Feb 1963 (2:04)

R-1044 Stealin' (Traditional arranged Memphis Jug Band/Will Shade) (1:07) - from "The Banjo Tape", recorded Gerde's Folk City, New York, 8 Feb 1963 (1:07)

LP 2  - Side C: (Westinghouse Broadcasting Co. 3-3-63)/("The World of Folk Music starring Oscar Brand", WNBC Studios, NYC, Mar 1963)/(Town Hall New York 4-12-63)

R-1045 Ballad Of Hollis Brown (4:58) - recorded live, Westinghouse Studios "Folk Songs And More Folk Songs", New York, 3 Mar 1963
Video of Blowin In The Wind (R-0714) and Man Of Constant Sorrow (R-0716) from this date appeared as bonus performances on the Paramount 2DVD set
No Direction Home - Bob Dylan, see VHS & DVD 2005-06. This means Bob's three song set is now officially released.

R-0316-2 Girl From The North Country (3:01)- live performance of song from The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan from "The World of Folk Music starring Oscar Brand", WNBC Studios, New York, Mar 1963, see 1963

R-0317-2 Only A Hobo (2:09) - live performance of out-take from The Times They Are A-Changin’ from "The World of Folk Music starring Oscar Brand", WNBC Studios, New York, Mar 1963, see 1963
The studio version was released on The Bootleg Series Vols. 1-3, 1991, for a Feb 1963 Broadside performance of this song, also see 1963.

OscarBrand.jpg (28778 bytes)
Warner Bros XGPB 508 (USA, 1963) - scan by Hans Seegers

Bob performed a 24 song/poem show at the Town Hall, New York, on 12 Apr 1963. This set includes 20 of those performances on half of Side C and Sides D-F.

R-1046 Ramblin' Down Through The World (Traditional, arr. Bob Dylan) (2:11) - live Town Hall, New York, 12 Apr 1963 (song 1)

R-1047 Bob Dylan's Dream (4:39) - live Town Hall, New York, 12 Apr 1963 (song 2)

R-1048 Talkin' New York (3:17) - live Town Hall, New York, 12 Apr 1963 (song 3)

R-1049 You've Been Hiding Too Long (Traditional, arr. Bob Dylan) (2:22) - live Town Hall, New York, 12 Apr 1963 (song 21)

LP2 - Side D (Town Hall New York 4-12-63)

R-1050 Ballad Of Hollis Brown (5:27) - live Town Hall, New York, 12 Apr 1963 (song 4)

R-0386-2 The Walls Of Red Wing (5:43) - live, Town Hall, New York, 12 Apr 1963 (listed as "Red Wing Reform School"), previously surfaced in 1980 on unreleased Columbia acetates, see 1980 (song 5)

R-0387-2 All Over You (4:05) - live Town Hall, New York, 12 Apr 1963, previously surfaced in 1980 on unreleased Columbia acetates, see 1980 (song 6)

R-1051 Talkin' John Birch Paranoid Blues (3:45) - live Town Hall, New York, 12 Apr 1963 (song 7)

R-1052 Boots Of Spanish Leather (4:47) - live Town Hall, New York, 12 Apr 1963 (song 8)

LP 3 - Side E (Town Hall New York 4-12-63):

R-0614-2 Hero Blues (2:40) - live from New York Town Hall, 12 Apr 1963, available from the Apple iTunes Online Music Store, May 2003 (song 9)
R-0614 previously surfaced in Apr 2003 as part of an "Exclusive" 4-track download single from the Apple US iTunes store, see
Online Performances (Other). Thanks to Justin Brooks for information that the 2003 version included an intro missing from this version. I am leaving both occurrences as R--0614 until I have the chance to listen to both.

(Song 10 was Blowin' In The Wind, released in 2005 on The Bootleg Series Vol. 7 - No Direction Home: The Soundtrack.)

R-0372-2 John Brown (5:23) - live Town Hall, New York, 12 Apr 1963 (song 11), previously included on the unreleased 1964 Columbia album Bob Dylan In Concert, see 1964

(Song 12 was Tomorrow Is A Long Time, released in 1971 on Bob Dylan's Greatest Hits Vol. II.)

R-1053 A Hard Rain's Gonna Fall (7:35) - live Town Hall, New York, 12 Apr 1963 (song 13)

R-0371-2 Dusty Old Fairgrounds (5:06) - live Town Hall, New York, 12 Apr 1963 (song 14), previously included on the unreleased 1964 Columbia album Bob Dylan In Concert, see 1964. Lyrics on bobdylan.com here.

R-0388-2 Who Killed Davey Moore? (3:23) - live Town Hall, New York, 12 Apr 1963, previously surfaced in 1980 on unreleased Columbia acetates, see 1980 (song 15)

LP 3 - Side F (Town Hall New York 4-12-63):

R-1054 Seven Curses (5:15) - live Town Hall, New York, 12 Apr 1963 (song 16)

R-1055 Highway 51 (Curtis Jones) (3:59) - live Town Hall, New York, 12 Apr 1963 (song 17)

R-1056 Pretty Peggy-O (Traditional) (3:17) - live Town Hall, New York, 12 Apr 1963 (song 18)

R-0375-2 Bob Dylan's New Orleans Rag (3:01) - live Town Hall, New York, 12 Apr 1963 (song 19), previously included on the unreleased 1964 Columbia album Bob Dylan In Concert, see 1964. Lyrics on bobdylan.com here.

R-1057 Don't Think Twice It's All Right (3:37) - live Town Hall, New York, 12 Apr 1963 (song 20)

(Song 21 was You've Been Hiding Too Long (R-1049), included out of order as track 7 on LP2 Side C above.)

R-1058 With God On Our Side (5:57) - live Town Hall, New York, 12 Apr 1963 (song 22)

The other four performances from Town Hall, New York, 12 Apr 1963, have already been officially released: Tomorrow Is A Long Time (song 12) from Bob Dylan's Greatest Hits Vol. II (1971); Last Thoughts On Woody Guthrie (performance 24) from The Bootleg Series Vols. 1-3 (1991); Blowin’ In The Wind (song 10) and Masters Of War (song 23) from The Bootleg Series Vol. 7 - No Direction Home: The Soundtrack (2005). The twenty performances above make up the rest of the 24 song concert. It would be nice to have it on one release as a continuous show!

LP 4 - Side G (Home of Eve and Mac McKenzie 4-18-63):

R-1061 James Alley Blues (Richard "Rabbit" Brown) (2:42)- recorded at the home of Eve and Mac McKenzie, New York, 18 Apr 1963

R-1062 Long Time Gone (3:09)- recorded at the home of Eve and Mac McKenzie, New York, 18 Apr 1963

R-1063 Only A Hobo (2:21) - recorded at the home of Eve and Mac McKenzie, New York, 18 Apr 1963

R-1064 Untitled Blues Jam (Traditional, arr. Bob Dylan) (2:12) - recorded at the home of Eve and Mac McKenzie, New York, 18 Apr 1963

R-1065 A Hard Rain's Gonna Fall (7:07) - recorded at the home of Eve and Mac McKenzie, New York, 18 Apr 1963

(The Bear, Chicago 4-25-63)

R-1066 Honey, Just Allow Me One More Chance (Bob Dylan/Henry Thomas) (2:00) - recorded live at the Bear Club, Chicago, IL, 25 Apr 1963

R-1067 Talkin' John Birch Paranoid Blues (3:41) - recorded live at the Bear Club, Chicago, IL, 25 Apr 1963

LP 4 - Side H (The Bear, Chicago 4-25-63):

R-1068 Bob Dylan's Dream (3:41) - recorded live at the Bear Club, Chicago, IL, 25 Apr 1963

R-1069 Ballad Of Hollis Brown (5:03) - recorded live at the Bear Club, Chicago, IL, 25 Apr 1963

R-1070 Talkin' World War III Blues (5:07) - recorded live at the Bear Club, Chicago, IL, 25 Apr 1963

R-1071 A Hard Rain's Gonna Fall (7:27) - recorded live at the Bear Club, Chicago, IL, 25 Apr 1963

R-1072 With God On Our Side (4:25) - recorded live at the Bear Club, Chicago, IL, 25 Apr 1963

LP 5 - Side I (WFMT Radio Studio - Studs Terkel Wax Museum 4-26-63):

Bootlegs of the radio broadcast include interview chat, excluded here.

R-1073 Farewell (2:47) - recorded for the "Studs Terkel Wax Museum" radio show, Chicago, IL, 26 Apr 1963
Thanks to Jean-Pierre Mercier for pointing out that approximately 20 seconds have been edited out of the middle of the song when Studs Terkel speaks over the guitar solo.

R-1074 A Hard Rain's Gonna Fall (6:56) - recorded for the "Studs Terkel Wax Museum" radio show, Chicago, IL, 26 Apr 1963

R-1075 Bob Dylan's Dream (3:43) - recorded for the "Studs Terkel Wax Museum" radio show, Chicago, IL, 26 Apr 1963

R-1076 Boots Of Spanish Leather (4:45) - recorded for the "Studs Terkel Wax Museum" radio show, Chicago, IL, 26 Apr 1963

R-1077 John Brown (4:46) - recorded for the "Studs Terkel Wax Museum" radio show, Chicago, IL, 26 Apr 1963

LP 5 - Side J (WFMT Radio Studio - Studs Terkel Wax Museum 4-26-63):

R-1078 Who Killed Davey Moore? (3:13) - recorded for the "Studs Terkel Wax Museum" radio show, Chicago, IL, 26 Apr 1963

R-1079 Blowin' In The Wind (2:48) - recorded for the "Studs Terkel Wax Museum" radio show, Chicago, IL, 26 Apr 1963

(Songs of Freedom - WNEW TV Studios 7-30-63)

R-1080 Blowin' In The Wind - recorded for the "Songs of Freedom" TV Broadcast, WNEW TV, New York, 30 Jul 1963

R-1081 Only A Pawn In Their Game - recorded for the "Songs of Freedom" TV Broadcast, WNEW TV, New York, 30 Jul 1963

(Lincoln Memorial, March on Washington 8-28-63)

R-1082 When The Ship Comes In (with Joan Baez) - live at the "March on Washington", Washington, DC, 28 Aug 1963

R-0024-5 Only A Pawn In Their Game - live at the "March on Washington", Washington, DC, 28 Aug 1963, previously released on acetates, a radio station disc and on the Folkways US album We Shall Overcome: Documentary Of The March On Washington, mistitled The Ballad Of Medger Evers, which is a song by Phil Ochs, all 1964
Thanks to Larry Crum for pointing out that on We Shall Overcome R-0024 is in two parts, separated by a speech, and talked-over, this 2013 version is complete. I have not allocated a new R-number because I do not know the format of the song on the 1964 acetate and radio station discs.

LP 6 - Side K (Carnegie Hall 10-26-63):

R-1083 Blowin' In The Wind (3:21) - live, Carnegie Hall, New York, 26 Oct 1963 (song 7 - for songs 1-6 see below)

R-1084 Percy's Song - live, Carnegie Hall, New York, 26 Oct 1963 (same as R-0374 without spoken intro) (song 8)
Thanks to Fred Muller for reminding me that Bob introduces Percy’s Song mentioning Paul Clayton’s source The Wind and The Rain. This spoken intro has been edited out of this performance, although it does appear at the start of R-0374, the version of this song, incorrectly titled as "Turn Turn Turn", from the cancelled live album Bob Dylan In Concert (see 1964), which also appeared on the "Goldmine" acetates (see 1980), and on bobdylan.com (BDC13, see Online Performances). There is yet another version, R-0795, again incorrectly titled as "Turn Turn Turn", from the second version of the cancelled Columbia album Bob Dylan In Concert (again see 1964). This edit has no intro as on R-0374, but has lots of audience coughing that is not on the first edit, and not on R-1084.

R-0794-2 Seven Curses - live Carnegie Hall, New York, 26 Oct 1963 (song 9), previously included on the second version of the cancelled live album Bob Dylan In Concert (see 1964), also appeared on the "Goldmine" acetates (see 1980), and on bobdylan.com (BDC13, see Online Performances)
This edit has a slightly longer intro than on the first version of Bob Dylan In Concert (R-0376) and ends with applause (the other edit stops abruptly), so this R-number is best here.

R-1085 Walls Of Red Wing - live, Carnegie Hall, New York, 26 Oct 1963 (song 10 - previously uncirculating)

Note that this is not:

R-0793 Walls Of Red Wing - out-take from The Times They Are A-Changin' recorded at Columbia Studios, New York, 23 Apr 1963, released in 1991 on The Bootleg Series Vols. 1-3, with fake applause added (purporting to be the Carnegie Hall performance), from a 1972-1980 Fantasy Records acetate that surfaced in 2004

LP 6 - Side L (Carnegie Hall 10-26-63):

R-1086 Talkin' World War II Blues - live, Carnegie Hall, New York, 26 Oct 1963 (song 13 - for songs 11 and 12 see below)

R-1087 Don't Think Twice, It's All Right - live, Carnegie Hall, New York, 26 Oct 1963 (song 14)

R-1088 Only A Pawn In Their Game - live, Carnegie Hall, New York, 26 Oct 1963 (song 16 - for song 15 see below)

R-1089 Masters Of War - live, Carnegie Hall, New York, 26 Oct 1963 (song 17)

R-1090 The Lonesome Death Of Hattie Carroll - live, Carnegie Hall, New York, 26 Oct 1963 (song 18)


Columbia/Legacy CSK 17254 (USA) - front of card sleeve, scan by Gil Lamont
Thanks to Bob Stacy for the information that all nine of the Carnegie Hall tracks here have been remixed by Michael Brauer, probably in 2005 before the release of the six song CD Bob Dylan Live At Carnegie Hall 1963.

Who Killed Davey Moore? (song 3) and Talkin' John Birch Paranoid Blues (song 5) from this show appeared on The Bootleg Series Vols. 1-3, 1991. A Hard Rain's Gonna Fall (song 12) and When The Ship Comes In (song 19) appeared on The Bootleg Series Vol. 7 - No Direction Home: The Soundtrack, 2005. The six more performances listed below appeared on Bob Dylan Live At Carnegie Hall 1963, a CD given away in 2005 with purchases of  The Bootleg Series Vol. 7 - No Direction Home: The Soundtrack, etc., in 2005. The nine performances above make up the rest of the nineteen song concert. It would again be nice to have it on one release as a continuous show, including all Bob's between song commentary!


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

Songs from the 2005 six song CD:

R-0709   The Times They Are A-Changin' (song 1)

R-0710    Ballad Of Hollis Brown (song 2)
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 (song 4)

R-0370-3 Lay Down Your Weary Tune (song 6) - 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 (song 11)

R-0713    With God On Our Side (song 15)

Who Killed Davey Moore? (The Bootleg Series Vols. 1-3, 1991); Lay Down Your Weary Tune (R-0370); Percy's Song (R-0374); Seven Curses (R-0794) and When The Ship Comes In (The Bootleg Series Vol. 7 - No Direction Home: The Soundtrack) (R-0373) were scheduled to appear on the cancelled live album Bob Dylan In Concert, see 1964. Everything here except Walls Of Red Wing from Carnegie Hall already circulates amongst Dylan collectors.


"Columbia/Legacy/Sony Music 88883799701" (Poland?) - front scan by Jean-Pol Hiernaux
Thanks to Jean-Pol Hiernaux for scans of a 4CD set, purporting to be from Sony Music Poland, I have now determined this is not an official release, so full details are here.
"Columbia/Legacy/Sony Music 88883799701" (Poland?) - rear scan by Jean-Pol Hiernaux

Thanks to Ronald Born and Jean-Pol Hiernaux for information and scans.


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