Searching for a Gem says the late collector 'Lowgen' had tapes. Does anyone have that bootleg? His vocals on those from either show have never made public, not on a bootleg, or even on the Bear Family release.
One other note. As explored exhaustively last year on the part! The song was already a plenty obscure choice. There is no recording of Woody singing it. It was one of the last songs he wrote. Among the dropped verses: I sent him across that ocean to Yalta and to Tehran. He didn't like Churchill very much and told him man to man.
There is more Danish text at the bottom; translated by Google as: "Three records and over two hours of music with the most important artists". However, note that the artists shown on the front of cartridge don't match the real tracklist. Warner Brothers USA , The CD release has a stapled page booklet as the front insert.
The text on the rear insert is printed vertically, so it's shown here on its side. Thanks to Anssi Sallmen for the scan of his CD, which comes in the same packaging as mine. My copy was bought in New York in Warner Brothers USA cassette release, This 3CD boxed set contains two books in a card slipcase, the first one with pockets for the discs on the inside rear. The and concerts are now ordered chronologically, so that all three of Bob's songs with The Band from the New York afternoon concert are together on CD1, with the opening ensemble song This Train Is Bound For Glory which is still sadly truncated, this time at , again with any possible contribution from Bob omitted at the start of CD1 and the closing ensemble song This Land Is Your Land at the end of CD1 also still not in full.
There is no new material, and the extra material does not include any Dylan contributions, as he was not present. Manfred Helfert says that from the interviews included with this set, it appears that Bob and The Band were let into the hall through a side entrance just before their set, so could not have participated on This Train Is Bound For Glory!
I have therefore delisted R More will be added when available. A Flying Pig production. Copyright of all included artwork remains with the various record companies. You are Visitor No. Please add around 5 million visits since mid Site hosted by. The third concert was at the Hollywood Bowl on 12 Sep when Bob was not present. The order of the songs on the LPs is not chronological with Carnegie Hall on Part One and Hollywood Bowl on Part Two - the three shows have been edited into a "complete performance" so that performances from each appear on each album.
Even though Bob is not credited on the Part Two sleeve, he does appear on the ensemble song This Land Is Your Land , although verse 6, which Bob sings, has been edited out of the released performance, presumably for contractual reasons. As in other countries except Australia and Israel, this release has a gatefold sleeve, while the record comes in a picture inner sleeve with 18 pictures from the concerts. The promo copy shown has a timing strip on the front of the sleeve but the records have regular commercial Columbia labels Columbia had at this time discontinued using white promo labels, although they resumed them again in the mid s.
The Canadian release of this charity album has the same catalogue number as the US release and has an identical inner sleeve and poster.
The record has orange CBS labels. T his album was also released with a gatefold sleeve and an inner sleeve with pictures of the artists.
The sleeve was printed in Holland and the outside is laminated. The copyright text at the bottom of the rear sleeve is also different from that of the UK release.
Curiously, the label designs of Side 1 and Side 2 are different: Side 1 has the tracklist in continuous text, but on Side 2 the tracks have separate lines.
Copies with other label variants may exist. It has a gatefold sleeve with notes in Spanish written by Diego Manrique. There is also a card inner sleeve with 18 pictures taken from the concert. Both releases have a card picture inner sleeve and a four-page insert in English and Japanese. This Australian release comes in a single sleeve, laminated on the front only. There is also no picture inner sleeve or inserts.
The sleeve is laminated on the front only. It has the same front as the UK release with an identical CBS logo, but the rear sleeve is unique to Israel: it has no photo, but includes the liner notes that other albums have on the inner gatefold, plus the tracklist and credits. The rear sleeve has two white folded-over flaps.
This must be an error because the usual text "Manufactured and distributed in Israel The record was made in Israel and has orange CBS labels. The fact that this song — and the whole album it comes from — is a live-in-the-studio recording, taped directly to two-track without edits or overdubs, is simultaneously impressive and strangely irrelevant.
Simply a beautiful song about waking up from a nice dream. This song never makes the cut for their compilations, so in a small way I get to redress the balance by including it here! It stands to reason that a bunch of Amsterdamers would come up with one of the greatest songs ever written about cycling.
Alright then! Pretty Boy Floyd by Tom Paxton Blues For Woody by Richie Havens Deportee - Judy Collins Vigilante Man - Richie Havens Pastures of Plenty - Tom Paxton Grand Coulee Dam - Bob Dylan Dear Mrs.
Roosevelt - Bob Dylan Narration by Will Geer 5.LP cover art: [Front cover]  [Back cover detail 1] [Back cover detail 2] [Liner notes] CD cover art: [Front cover]  [Inner cover 1] [Inner cover 2] [Inner cover 3] [Inner cover 4]  This is a various-artists set recorded at a charity fund raising concert at Carnegie Hall, January 20, , held in memory of Woody Guthrie's then-recent death after years of illness.