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

Compiled by Alan Fraser

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Eric Clapton's 1978 Uni/A&M album Backless, which contains his covers of the unreleased Dylan co-compositions IF I DON'T BE THERE BY MORNING and WALK OUT IN THE RAIN. This album was reissued in 1996 in a digitally remastered edition.

Revised: 27 June, 2017

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I CAN’T COME IN WITH A BROKEN HEART 1967 H
Basement Tapes song recorded with The Band, Big Pink, West Saugerties, NY, Jul-Oct 1967
Now released on CD6 of "The Bootleg Series Vol. 11 - Bob Dylan And The Band: The Basement Tapes Complete", Nov 2014

 

I CAN'T LEAVE HER BEHIND 1966 H
Song seen being worked out with Robbie Robertson in a hotel room in Glasgow, Scotland, 18-19 May 1966, in "Eat The Document" - copyrighted under this title (Dwarf Music, 1978) and also known as DOES SHE NEED ME? - both phrases occur in the lyrics. See also ON A RAINY AFTERNOON (1), not the Basement Tapes song, which is often confused with this song - both songs are really part of the same work-in-progress. This clip is included in "Chronicle", a 1994 Robbie Robertson video documentary, see my VHS & DVD pages. Now included on CD18 of the Columbia/Legacy 18CD set "The Bootleg Series Vol. 12 - Bob Dylan 1965-1966 The Cutting Edge Collector's Edition", Nov 2015 (two versions)

 

I CAN'T LIVE WITHOUT YOU ? ?
Deliberately misleading song title used on an early vinyl bootleg - I have no information on to which song it applies

 

I CAN’T MAKE IT ALONE 1967 H
Basement Tapes song recorded with The Band, Big Pink, West Saugerties, NY, Jul-Oct 1967
Now released on CD2 of "The Bootleg Series Vol. 11 - Bob Dylan And The Band: The Basement Tapes Complete", Nov 2014

 


It's Alright (Atlantic City, 2006) - solo album from Joakim Trastell with this "co-composition"

I AIN'T GONNA PIN MY HOPES ON THAT Bob Dylan/Joakim Trastell, 2006 N?
Thanks to Tim Dunn for finding this on SESAC. Joakim Trastell was a member of a Swedish group called Babalou Smith. He released this song on a solo album called "It's Alright" on Atlantic City Records in 2006. To hear the song, go here. The Dylan connection is that he uses two lines from the Dylan poem LAST THOUGHTS ON WOODY GUTHRIE

 

I DON’T CARE 1981 N?
Believed to have been rehearsed at Rundown Studios, Santa Monica, CA, May-June 1981

 

I DON'T MIND ? ?
Deliberately misleading song title used on an early vinyl bootleg - I have no information as to which song it actually is, probably DON'T THINK TWICE, IT'S ALL RIGHT released on "The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan"

 

I DON'T WANT TO BE YOUR PARTNER 1965 O
Title used for alternate take of I WANNA BE YOUR LOVER, released on "Biograph", recorded with The Hawks at Columbia Studios, New York, 5 Oct 1965. Some classify this as a different song, but it's arguably just an earlier version of the released song

 

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The 1985 Columbia promo "Special AOR" 12" single (CAS 2034) from the Porky's Revenge soundtrack LP, including George Harrison's version of the unreleased Dylan song I DON'T WANT TO DO IT - the other songs on the single are by Dave Edmunds and Jeff Beck. The sleeve is plain black apart from the sticker shown and a gold "FOR PROMOTION ONLY" impressed stamp on the reverse (my copy)

1985 Columbia single (38-04887, USA) with I DON'T WANT TO DO IT as the A-side, the B-side is a song by Dave Edmunds - picture by Richard Martens

Porky's Revenge soundtrack album, Columbia JS 39983, LP, 1985 - scan by David Plentus - also released on CD by Mobile Fidelity, MFCD 797, 1994 (USA)

Porky's Revenge soundtrack album, Columbia/Legacy CK 090875, CD, 2004

Porky's Collection 1 2 3 3DVD set, TVA/Maple TVA-00409 (Canada), 2006
I DON'T WANT TO DO IT 1968 N?
There is reportedly a home recording of Bob and George Harrison performing this song at Woodstock, New York State in Nov 1968 but it is not known to circulate. The song is available only as a cover by George - the song was recorded for his triple album "All Things Must Pass", 1970 (see below on this page), but not released (or copyrighted by Bob) until the soundtrack album for "Porky's Revenge", 1985. The song was also released on a Columbia 7" and promo 12" singles, shown above. Thanks to Tim Dunn for the information that the "Porky's Revenge" soundtrack album was released as a gold CD in 1994 by Mobile Fidelity, MFCD 797. It has now been released in the USA on 27 Apr 2004 as Columbia/Legacy CK 090875. Thanks to Jack Guerreiro for the scan of the Canadian 3DVD set "Porky's Collection 1 2 3" - the DVD of the film is not available separately. Thanks to Moise Potie that the song is now available in remastered form on a 2009 EMI compilation "Let It Roll: Songs By George Harrison"


Let It Roll: Songs By George Harrison - 2009 EMI compilation with I DON'T WANT TO DO IT

 

I GOT A NEW GIRL 1959 H
Previously unknown song from a tape recorded by Ric Kangas in Hibbing, MN, in May 1959, supposedly written by Bob, probably the same as TEEN LOVE SERENADE

 

I HEAR A TRAIN A'ROLLING 1961 N? Y
Lyrics in a manuscript left by Bob at the home of Eve and Mac McKenzie after staying there in Summer 1961 - information from Clinton Heylin's book "Revolution In The Air - The Songs Of Bob Dylan Vol. 1: 1957-73" (Constable, 2009). Originally called THIS TRAIN AIN'T BOUND FOR GLORY, it reverses the theme of the spiritual THIS TRAIN IS BOUND FOR GLORY and describes the occupants of a train bound for Hell!

 

I JUST HATE TO QUIT 1967-68 Y
Lyrics from the "John Wesley Harding" period held at the Bob Dylan Archive, University of Tulsa, OK. Thanks to Derek Barker and "Isis" magazine for information

 

I LOOKED AS FAR AS I COULD SEE 1967 H
Basement Tapes song recorded with The Band, Big Pink, West Saugerties, NY, Jul-Oct 1967, usually known as BABY, WON'T YOU BE MY BABY
Now released on CD2 of "The Bootleg Series Vol. 11 - Bob Dylan And The Band: The Basement Tapes Complete", Nov 2014

 


Greg Lake's solo album Greg (Chrysalis CHR 1357, UK, 1981) with his version of the unreleased Dylan/Springs song LOVE YOU TOO MUCH - the song was also released as a single (Chrysalis CHS 2553, UK, 1981) - scans by David Plentus

I MUST LOVE YOU TOO MUCH Bob Dylan/Helena Springs, 1978 C L
Alternate title of  LOVE YOU TOO MUCH, soundchecked and performed live in 1978, but no known Dylan studio version. Greg Lake released a cover with amended lyrics on his 1981 UK "Greg" album,

 

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Subterranean Jungle, the 1983 Sire/Warner album by the Ramones featuring I NEED YOUR LOVE by Bobby Dee Waxman (who isn't Bob Dylan!)

I NEED YOUR LOVE Bobby Dee Waxman, 1983  
Song released by the Ramones on their 1983 Sire album "Subterranean Jungle" (Sire/Warner 23800-2). Listed by Tim Dunn in his book "The Bob Dylan Copyright Files 1962-2007" (AuthorHouse, 2008) because it's copyrighted with Special Rider Music that implies the song could have been written by Bob. However, I've been contacted by the real Bobby Dee Waxman, who was at that time in a group called the Boyfriends, and who actually wrote the song! There's no Bob connection apart from Special Rider

 

I ONCE KNEW A MAN Bob Dylan?, 1984 R
Recorded at rehearsals for the David Letterman Show in Bob's garage studio, Malibu, CA, March 1984, also at rehearsals at NBC studios, New York, 22 Mar 1984

 

I REALLY MISS MY BABY ???? N?
No details available on this reported title, is it one of the hoaxes?

 

I RODE OUT ONE MORNING 1962 H
Recorded at the home of Eve and Mac McKenzie, New York, Fall 1962 - officially released on the very limited edition Columbia/Legacy 4CD-R set "The 50th Anniversary Collection", Dec 2012

 

I SEE FIRE IN YOUR EYES Bob Dylan?, 1985 N?
Recorded during the "Empire Burlesque" sessions, Cherokee Studios, Hollywood, CA, 14 Feb 1985

 

I SEE YOU ROUND AND ROUND (?) Bob Dylan?, 1984 R
In Clinton Heylin's book "Still On The Road - The Songs Of Bob Dylan Vol. 2: 1974-2008" (Constable, 2010) this is the title of a song rehearsed at the Beverley Theatre, Los Angeles, CA, 23 May 1984 - not the Chuck Berry song, which Bob has also performed. Query from Gil Walker: "In his autobiography (which seems to contain more reliable information on the '84 tour than I've seen elsewhere) - Ian McLagen reports that Dylan briefly rehearsed a cover of a "naff" Jimmy Cliff song, at Carlos Santana's suggestion. Any chance this is it?"
Jimmy Cliff does not seem to have recorded or copyrighted a song with this title, but it may not be correct - for example the song listed in Dylan reference works as I'LL BE AROUND is actually called I'M GLAD I GOT TO SEE YOU ONCE AGAIN! Information please! ROUND AND ROUND is a song sung by Lionel Ritchie - is this it?
Note to non-British readers: "naff" means "unfashionable, lacking in style", i.e. the opposite of hip or cool.

 

I WANT YOU TO KNOW I LOVE YOU 1981 S
Out-take from "Shot Of Love", recorded at Cream Studios, Los Angeles, CA, 01 Apr 1981

 

I WILL LOVE HIM 1980 L
Performed live during the Spring 1980 tour of Canada, first at Massey Hall, Toronto, Canada, 19 Apr 1980, when the concert was recorded for a shelved live album. It was also recorded at Le Theatre Saint-Denis, Montreal, Canada, during soundchecks on 22 Apr 1980 and in the concert on 23 Apr 1980. No studio version is known

 


I WISH IT WOULD RAIN, 1967 Tamla Motown US 7" single by The Temptations

I WISH IT WOULD RAIN Norman Whitfield/Barrett Strong/Roger Penzabene, 1967 N?
Instrumental recorded during "Shot Of Love" sessions at Cream Studios, Los Angeles, CA, 01 Apr 1981. In his book "Still On The Road - The Songs Of Bob Dylan Vol. 2: 1974-2008" (Constable, 2010), Clinton Heylin identifies this as the Motown classic recorded by The Temptations, Marvin Gaye, etc.

 


Warner Bros/7 Arts Music 10" acetate including I'D HATE TO BE YOU ON THAT DREADFUL DAY, scan by A.J. LaRue

I'D HATE TO BE YOU ON THAT DREADFUL DAY 1962 O
Witmark demo recorded Mar 1963, surfaced on a Warner Bros/7 Arts Music acetate LP, 1967, and also appeared in a different version from Nov 1962 on a Folkways album called "Broadside Reunion", 1971 (see "Searching For A Gem" 1967 and 1971) Illustrated is a scan of a Warner Bros/7 Arts Music 10" acetate including the Witmark demo. Now officially released on "The Bootleg Series Vol. 9 - The Witmark Demos 1962-1964" in Oct 2010

 

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Front of the original Apple 3LP set All Things Must Pass, 1970 with I'D HAVE YOU ANY TIME
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The 2001 All Things Must Pass 2CD set: the box front, the fronts of CDs 1 & 2, and the front of the booklet - the changing backgrounds show "progress" between 1970 and 2001!

The Martin Scorsese documentary George Harrison: Living In The Material World limited edition boxed set with early version of I'D HAVE YOU ANY TIME on bonus CD

 
I’D HAVE YOU ANY TIME Bob Dylan/George Harrison, 1968 H
Recorded with George Harrison at Woodstock, New York State, Nov 1968 - lyrics on bobdylan.com are here. George's officially released solo version is on his 3LP set "All Things Must Pass", Apple, 1970. A remixed/digitally remastered 2 CD set was reissued with bonus tracks on Capitol (USA), gn records/Parlophone (UK) on 23 Jan 2001 (UK catalogue number 7245 530474 2 9). Thanks to Harold Lepidus for news that the limited edition boxed set of the Martin Scorsese documentary "George Harrison: Living In The Material World", released in the UK by Lions Gate Entertainment on 10 Oct 2011, includes an early version of I'D HAVE YOU ANY TIME on a bonus CD, now released separately in May 2012 as "Early Takes Volume 1". ANY TIME, a missing Basement Tapes song listed in "Isis" 176, not included in the 6CD set "The Bootleg Series Vol. 11: The Basement Tapes Complete", Nov 2014, may be an earlier recording of this song by Bob and The Band


Early Takes Volume 1 (Universal. UK, 2012) with early version of I'D HAVE YOU ANY TIME (separate release of the bonus CD from the Martin Scorsese documentary George Harrison: Living In The Material World

 

ILL BE A BACHELOR TILL I DIE 1961 N? Y
Lyrics in a manuscript left by Bob at the home of Eve and Mac McKenzie after staying there in Summer 1961 (the title is the same as a Hank Williams song)

 

I’LL BE AROUND Alex Wilder, 1988 L
Reference works list Bob as having performed a song with this title (with the writer at that time unidentified) at the Greek Theatre, Los Angeles, CA, 04 Aug 1988. However, Joy Munsey informs me it is not Alex Wilder's song, and she has positively identified it as a Hank Snow song called I'M GLAD I GOT TO SEE YOU ONCE AGAIN (see below)

 

ILL GET WHERE I’M GOING SOME DAY 1961 N? Y
Lyrics in a manuscript left by Bob at the home of Eve and Mac McKenzie after staying there in Summer 1961

 

I'LL TELL A JOKE FOR YOU 1967-68 Y
Lyrics from the "John Wesley Harding" period held at the Bob Dylan Archive, University of Tulsa, OK. Thanks to Derek Barker and "Isis" magazine for information

 

I’M A FOOL FOR YOU 1967 H
Basement Tapes song recorded with The Band, Big Pink, West Saugerties, NY, Jul-Oct 1967
Two takes now released on CD1 of "The Bootleg Series Vol. 11 - Bob Dylan And The Band: The Basement Tapes Complete", Nov 2014

 

I’M ALRIGHT 1967 H
Basement Tapes song recorded with The Band, Big Pink, West Saugerties, NY, Jul-Oct 1967 - copyrighted under the title ALRIGHT, also known as IT'S ALRIGHT.
Now released as I'M ALRIGHT on CD3 of "The Bootleg Series Vol. 11 - Bob Dylan And The Band: The Basement Tapes Complete", Nov 2014

 

I’M COLD 1977 N?
Played by Bob in Steven Soles' apartment, Los Angeles, CA, Spring 1977, supposedly inspired by his divorce from Sara. Reported in interview with Robert Hilburn in May 1978 and confirmed by Steven Soles as one of ten or twelve songs played that evening to him and T-Bone Burnett. This is supposedly one of several songs played that have never been released

 

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Hank Snow's Bear Family 1990 boxed set The Singing Ranger Vol. 2, which contains his version of the song I'M GLAD I GOT TO SEE YOU ONCE AGAIN, performed by Bob in 1988 and misidentified until 2000
 

The Greatest Country Hits Of 1955 (Acrobat, 2006), various artists compilation also including Hank Snow's  version of the song I'M GLAD I GOT TO SEE YOU ONCE AGAIN
I'M GLAD I GOT TO SEE YOU ONCE AGAIN Don Gibson, 1988 L
Bob performed this song at the Greek Theatre, Los Angeles, CA, 04 Aug 1988 - it's been misidentified as a Dylan "work-in-progress" or as I'LL BE AROUND by Alex Wilder. Joy Munsey has now identified it as this Don Gibson song, a single hit for Hank Snow in 1955, which can be found on the 1990 Bear Family 4CD set "The Singing Ranger Vol. 2" (BCD 15746, available from ). The set also contains two other songs covered by Bob - THESE HANDS and NOBODY'S CHILD. I can't find any evidence that Don Gibson recorded the song himself

 

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I'm Not There (
Sony Music Soundtrax, 2007) - album with previously unreleased Dylan song I'M NOT THERE

I’M NOT THERE (1956) 1967 H
Basement Tapes song recorded with The Band, Big Pink, West Saugerties, NY, Jul-Oct 1967. Thanks to Tim Dunn for news that "Rolling Stone", 19 Oct 2006, reports that Bob Dylan's unreleased Basement Tapes song I’M NOT THERE (1956) was scheduled to be included in the soundtrack of the film "I'm Not There" directed by Todd Haynes released in 2007
Now also released as I'M NOT THERE on CD3 of "The Bootleg Series Vol. 11 - Bob Dylan And The Band: The Basement Tapes Complete", Nov 2014

 

I'M READY FOR LOVE Bob Dylan?, 1985 S
Previously unknown song possibly recorded at Cherokee Studios, Hollywood, CA, May-Oct 1985.

 

I'M SO GLAD ABOUT IT 1967 O
Missing Basement Tapes song listed in "Isis" 176, not included in the 6CD set "The Bootleg Series Vol. 11: The Basement Tapes Complete", Nov 2014

 

I'M SORRY TOO 1967 Y
Lyrics of a previously unknown song in a box of unrecorded lyrics and song fragments from 1967 held at the Bob Dylan Archive, University of Tulsa, OK. Thanks to Derek Barker and "Isis" magazine for information

 

I’M YOUR TEENAGE PRAYER 1967 H
Basement Tapes song recorded with The Band, Big Pink, West Saugerties, NY, Jul-Oct 1967
Now released on CD2 of "The Bootleg Series Vol. 11 - Bob Dylan And The Band: The Basement Tapes Complete", Nov 2014

 


Timepieces Vol. 2: Live In The Seventies (Polydor 811 835 2, 1985)

Double Up: Timepieces/Timepieces Vol. 2 (2CD set, DJ Specialist 53920, 1998)

Crossroads (6LP/4CD boxed set, Polydor 835 621 2, 1985)

Three Eric Clapton compilations with IF I DON'T BE THERE BY MORNING. Thanks to Freddy Ordoņez Araque for pointing out these albums.

IF I DON’T BE THERE BY MORNING Bob Dylan/Helena Springs, 1978 S
Out-take from "Street-Legal", recorded at Rundown Studios, Santa Monica, CA, 01 May 1978, lyrics are no longer on bobdylan.com. Covered by Eric Clapton on his "Backless" album (Uni/A&M, 1978 - for picture see the top of this page) along with WALK OUT IN THE RAIN. Also included on Eric's compilations "Timepieces Vol. 2: Live In The Seventies" and boxed set "Crossroads". Paul Cable reported in his book "Bob Dylan: His Unreleased Recordings" that a rough studio recording of Bob performing this song with Helena Springs was in circulation

 

IF I WAS A KING 1966 H
Song worked on in a hotel room in Glasgow, Scotland, 18-19 May 1996. Now included on CD18 of the Columbia/Legacy 18CD set "The Bootleg Series Vol. 12 - Bob Dylan 1965-1966 The Cutting Edge Collector's Edition", Nov 2015 (two versions)

 

 

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Back To The Blues, the 2000 US album by Sue Foley including IF YOU THINK I'VE LOST YOU, correctly credited to "West"


Secret Weapon, a 2001 European re-release of the same album where IF YOU THINK I'VE LOST YOU is wrongly credited to "Dylan"

IF YOU THINK I'VE LOST YOU (YOU'RE AS WRONG AS CAN BE) Jerry West, 1962 N
This song is credited to "Bob Dylan" on "Secret Weapon" (Antone's/Texas Music Group TMG-ANT 0050), the 2001 album by Canadian blues singer Sue Foley. The album, a compilation of out-takes from her first two albums, appeared in the USA in 2000 with the same catalogue number under the title "Back To The Blues", and where the song is credited to "West" (a song by this title is copyrighted at BMI by Jerry West). The credit on "Secret Weapon" is a misprint, as the song follows Sue's cover of POSITIVELY 4TH STREET.

Thanks to Martin from Germany for bringing this item to my attention, also to Michele Simpson and Tim Dunn for checking the North American release. The song is included here for completeness, in case other Dylan fans see the album and think they have a find!

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Details from rear insert of Sue Foley's Secret Weapon CD showing IF YOU THINK I'VE LOST YOU wrongly credited to "B. Dylan"

 

IF YOU WANT MY LOVE 1966 H
Recorded in a hotel room in Denver, CO, 12-13 Mar 1966. Now included on CD18 of the Columbia/Legacy 18CD set "The Bootleg Series Vol. 12 - Bob Dylan 1965-1966 The Cutting Edge Collector's Edition", Nov 2015

 

IN A BATTLE 1981 N?
Instrumental recorded during "Shot Of Love" sessions at Clover Recorder, Los Angeles, CA, 15 May 1981

 

IN A PLACE
(IN A PLACE LIKE THIS)
1983 O
Recording session sheet titles of SWEETHEART LIKE YOU, released on "Infidels", also called BY THE WAY, THAT'S A CUTE HAT!

 

THE INNER SANCTUARY Bob Dylan/Scott Belanger, 1991 S
This is the title of an album by "Munesh" (Scott Michael Belanger) that contains a "revised version" of a song by Bob Dylan, copyrighted June 1991 - I have no information as to which song this is, and the CD appears to be out of print - information please!

 

INSTRUMENTAL CALYPSO 1981 S
Instrumental recorded during "Shot Of Love" sessions at United Western Studios, Los Angeles, CA, 2 Apr 1981

 

THE IRON LADY Phil Ochs, 1964 N
Reported in "The Providence Journal" in a report about an afternoon workshop at the Newport Folk Festival on 24 Jul 1964 as a comical protest against capital punishment, played along with "HEY, MR TAMBARINE MAN" (sic). Dylan fans were excited at the report of a new song, but it was in fact written and performed by Phil Ochs

 

IS IT WORTH IT? 1981 S
Out-take from "Shot Of Love", recorded at Cream Studios, Los Angeles, CA, 01 Apr 1981

 

IT'S A LONG WAY TO MISSOURI TODAY 1969 Y
Lyrics of a previously unknown song in a box of unrecorded lyrics and song fragments from 1969 held at the Bob Dylan Archive, University of Tulsa, OK. Thanks to Derek Barker and "Isis" magazine for information

 

IT’S ALL DANGEROUS TO ME 1981 S
Instrumental recorded during "Shot Of Love" sessions at Cream Studios, Los Angeles, CA, 01 Apr 1981

 

IT’S ALRIGHT 1967 H
Basement Tapes song recorded with The Band, Big Pink, West Saugerties, NY, Jul-Oct 1967 - copyrighted under the title ALRIGHT, also known as I'M ALRIGHT.
Now released as I'M ALRIGHT on CD3 of "The Bootleg Series Vol. 11 - Bob Dylan And The Band: The Basement Tapes Complete", Nov 2014

 

IT’S BREAKING ME UP 1974 N? Y
Lyrics of this song are reported by Clinton Heylin to have been found in a notebook containing lyrics of the "Blood On The Tracks" songs, but no studio or live version is known

 


Island Boy by Bankie Banx - his 1991 album (doesn't include IT'S RIGHT)

IT’S RIGHT Bob Dylan/Bankie Banx, 1982 N?
Recorded at local singer Bankie Banx's home studio, Anguilla, Caribbean, Summer 1982, with Bob playing keyboards, but still unreleased

 

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