Bob Dylan

The 1966 Live Recordings - Disc 21 of 36 - Glasgow,May 19, 1966 (Soundboard)


Tracks: 12, total time: 79:10, year: 1966, genre: Rock

The 1966 Live Recordings - Disc 21 of 36 - Glasgow, May 19, 1966(Soundboard)
© 2016 Columbia\\Legacy\\Sony Music Entertainment

UPC: 889853581924
Cat Number: 88985358192-1

Originally Released November 11, 2016

AMG EXPERT REVIEW: Something of a companion to the 2015 studio set The Cutting Edge -- the 12th volume in Bob Dylan's ongoing Bootleg Series that contained all of his studio recordings from 1965 and 1966 -- The 1966 Live Recordings rounds up every known recording Dylan made during the pivotal yearof 1966, pairing audience tapes with soundboard recordings. If this isn't precisely the year Dylan went electric -- he released two albums of rock & roll in 1965 and he plugged in for a headlining set at the Newport Folk Festival that wound up polarizing the crowd -- it is the year that produced the most famous document ofhow divisive his decision was to embrace loud rock & roll: a concert given at the Manchester Free Trade Hall on May 17, 1966 and bootlegged for years as his "Royal Albert Hall" performance. Praised as one of the great rock & roll albums years before its official release in 1998 as the second installment in The Bootleg Series, it was marked by somebody in the audience yelling "Judas" at the notion of Dylan playing electric. On its own, the story wouldbe legendary but the music was wild, raw, and vital -- and it just happened to be one night of many in 1966. -- Stephen Thomas Erlewine

Amazon.com Editorial Reviews
A monumental 36-disc boxset featuring every known recording from the mythic and controversial 1966 tour of the US, UK, Europe and Australia.

With the exception of the Manchester concert (May 17, 1966) released as BobDylan Live 1966 The Bootleg Series Vol. 4 in 1998, a pair of songs appearing on the 1985 Biograph compilation and a smattering ofothers, the overwhelming majority of tracks and performances onBob Dylan: The 1966 Live Recordings are previously unreleased inany format--official or bootlegged--and are being made availablenow for the very first time.

All the songs on The 1966 Live Recordings were written by Bob Dylan (vocal, guitar, piano, harmonica) with the sole exception of "Baby, Let Me Follow You Down," atraditional song arranged by Bob Dylan for concert performance.Dylan is accompanied on these recordings by Robbie Robertson (guitar), Rick Danko (bass, backing vocals), Richard Manuel (piano),Garth Hudson (organ) and Mickey Jones (drums). (Sandy Konikoff plays drums on the White Plains and Pittsburgh shows only.)

Meticulously researched, curated and restored for this extraordinarycollection, Bob Dylan: The 1966 Live Recordings is drawn from three main audio sources: soundboards, CBS Records mobile recordingsand audience tapes.


1.5:49    It's All Over Now, Baby Blue
2.10:13    Desolation Row (Incomplete)
3.7:11    Just Like A Woman
4.9:53    Mr. Tambourine Man
5.4:58    Tell Me, Momma
6.5:29    I Don't Believe You (She Acts Like We Never Have Met)
7.3:41    Baby, Let Me Follow You Down
8.6:12    Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues
9.4:19    Leopard-Skin Pill-Box Hat
10.4:00    One Too Many Mornings (Incomplete)
11.7:09    Ballad Of A Thin Man
12.10:18    Like A Rolling Stone


Category: rock - Discid: 94128c0c


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