"Starlight In The East"
Directory of Bob Dylan’s Unreleased Songs: E

Compiled by Alan Fraser


Bankiet (Pomaton, Poland, 1985) - album by Jacek Kaczmarski with the Dylan "co-composition" EPITAFIUM DLA BOBA DYLANA

Revised: 17 January, 2017

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(Indefinite and definite articles at the beginning of song titles are ignored, so A WOMAN LIKE YOU is on the "W" page, and THE KING IS ON THE THRONE is on the "K" page.)


 

EARTH CHANGE Bob Dylan, 1963/Jessica L. Freeman, 1993 O
Version of THE TIMES THEY ARE A-CHANGIN' (from the album of the same name) with revised lyrics by Jessica L. Freeman

 

EAST COLORADO BLUES 1961 N? Y
Lyrics in a manuscript left by Bob at the home of Eve and Mac McKenzie after staying there in Summer 1961 - also known just as COLORADO BLUES

 

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Michel Montecrossa's Bob Dylan Fest 2001 6CD boxed set on the Mira Sound Germany label containing his version of Bob Dylan's unreleased song EAST LAREDO BLUES. The set also contains versions of BOB DYLAN'S NEW ORLEANS RAG, DENISE, HERO BLUES and WANTED MAN
 

50th Anniversary Collection 1963, Columbia/Legacy limited edition 6LP set, Dec 2013, with EAST LAREDO BLUES
EAST LAREDO BLUES Bob Dylan?, 1963 S
Piano solo recorded during "The Times They Are A-Changin’" sessions, Columbia Studios, New York, 23 Oct 1963 (CO79683) - also known as PACHUCO JOE’S PIANO SOLO. Now officially released on Side 1 of the Columbia/Legacy limited edition 6LP set "50th Anniversary Collection 1963", Dec 2013. A song of this title is available as a cover by Michel Montecrossa on his 6CD Mira Sound Germany set "Bob Dylan Fest 2001". Thanks to Jack Guerreiro for information that in the version performed by Michel Montecrossa he uses the music from this piano solo with part of the liner notes from "Bringing It All Back Home" including "i accept chaos, i am not sure whether it accepts me..."

 

ENOUGH IS ENOUGH 1984 R L
Rehearsed at the Arena di Verona, Verona, Italy, 27 May 1984, and performed in public in June and July 1984. Rehearsal sometimes misdated as Beverly Theatre, Los Angeles, CA, 23-25 May 1984

 


Bankiet (Pomaton, Poland, 1985) - album by Jacek Kaczmarski with the Dylan "co-composition" EPITAFIUM DLA BOBA DYLANA

Dwadziescia(5) Lat Pozniej (Pomaton, Poland, 2001) - album by Jacek Kaczmarski with the Dylan "co-composition" EPITAFIUM DLA BOBA DYLANA (now retitled just BOB DYLAN)
EPITAFIUM DLA BOBA DYLANA [EPITAPH FOR BOB DYLAN Jacek Kaczmarski/Bob Dylan, 1985 N?
Song written by Polish artist Jacek Kaczmarski using music by Bob Dylan after "Live Aid", 1985 (which he obviously wasn't pleased with). This appeared first on his 1985 alnum "Bankiet" (Pomaton pom 051, Poland, 1985) and later on a CD called "Dwadziescia(5) Lat Pozniej" (Pomaton PRCD 250 8573882402,  Poland, 2001) now just titled BOB DYLAN. Artur Jarosinski says: "I  interviewed the man and he said he did not take music from any particular song, he just wanted to sound like Dylan at "Live Aid" (so it sounds like WHEN THE SHIP COMES IN crossed with BLOWIN' IN THE WIND)." Thanks to Artur for the information and the scans

 

EVEN A TOMATO 1967 H
Basement Tapes instrumental, recorded with The Band at Big Pink, West Saugerties, NY, Jul-Oct 1967. See also the piano instrumental known as JUST ANOTHER TOMATO IN THE GLASS which may be a different song. Thanks to Moise Potie for clarification

 

EVERY TIME I HEAR THE SPIRIT 1960 N?
Reported to have been composed May 1960 - reports talk of "a song about a gambler" (BLACKJACK BLUES) and "a song about a train" (not yet identified) - according to Clinton Heylin in "Revolution In The Air - The Songs Of Bob Dylan Vol. 1: 1957-73" (Constable, 2009) this song is an adaptation of an old Negro spiritual

 

EVERY TIME SOMEBODY COMES TO TOWN Bob Dylan/George Harrison, 1968 H
Most commonly-found title for a song performed at Woodstock, New York State, as a duet by Bob and George in November 1968, eventually copyrighted as NOWHERE TO GO

 

EXCEPT YOU 1973 O
Alternate title for NOBODY 'CEPT YOU, released on "The Bootleg Series Vols. 1-3"

 

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