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Dylan, Velvets, Beefheart: November Will Be Historic

The Basement Tapes in their entirety will be released one week from today in a 6-CD set.  Yes, 138 out of 140 or so songs recorded by Dylan and The Band in ’66 and ’67 will finally be available legitimately (not as low-fidelity bootlegs). 314 more words

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Listen to "Liberty Street", unreleased Bob Dylan song performed by Dawes' Taylor Goldsmith

As previously reported, an all-star contingency of folk rockers recently convened to create music for two dozen newly discovered lyrics written by Bob Dylan… 390 more words

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Bob Dylan Shares 1967 Recording of ‘900 Miles From My Home': Listen

By Philip Cosores

November 4 is a big date for Bob Dylan fans. The Basement Tapes Complete: The Bootleg Series Vol. 11, the long-awaited collection that compiles Dylan’s recently recovered songs that have been restored from early tapes of the 1967 recording sessions with the band that would later be known as The Band, will be released by Columbia Records/Legacy Recordings. 226 more words

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Stream: Bob Dylan's The Basement Tapes Complete

For the first time, the entirety of Bob Dylan’s Basement Tapes sessions will be available to the general public. The six-disc collection spans an astonishing 138 tracks, 30 of which were never known to exist until earlier this fall. 1,007 more words

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769. Music from Big Pink - The Band

Brief Background: Music from Big Pink was recorded in early 1968 and released on July 1 of the same year. The album gets its name from the nickname of the house band members rented in upstate New York during the period these songs were being written. 227 more words

Listen to Bob Dylan's unreleased cover of John Lee Hooker's "Tupelo"

On November 4th, Bob Dylan’s complete Basement Tapes sessions will see the light of the day for the first time ever. Featuring a whopping 138 tracks, including 30 that were never known to have even existed until this year, the six-disc collection was written with the Band following Dylan’s infamous 1966 motorcycle crash in New York. 912 more words

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