BOB DYLAN 50th Anniversary Collection 1970 3cd set

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  1. Mbd77

    Mbd77 Slap Whipper Thread Starter

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    Congratulations to those that got a copy. Sold out immediately.


    Bob Dylan - 1970 Copyright Collection

    Disc 1:

    March 3, 1970

    1. I Can’t Help but Wonder Where I’m Bound
    2. Universal Soldier – Take 1
    3. Spanish Is the Loving Tongue – Take 1
    4. Went to See the Gypsy – Take 2
    5. Went to See the Gypsy – Take 3
    6. Woogie Boogie

    March 4, 1970
    7. Went to See the Gypsy – Take 4
    8. Thirsty Boots – Take 1

    March 5, 1970
    9. Little Moses – Take 1
    10. Alberta – Take 2
    11. Come All You Fair and Tender Ladies – Take 1
    12. Things About Comin’ My Way – Takes 2 & 3
    13. Went to See the Gypsy – Take 6
    14. Untitled 1970 Instrumental #1
    15. Come a Little Bit Closer – Take 2
    16. Alberta ¬– Take 5

    Bob Dylan – vocals, guitar, piano
    David Bromberg – guitar, dobro, bass
    Al Kooper – organ, piano
    Emanuel Green – violin
    Stu Woods – bass
    Alvin Rogers – drums
    Hilda Harris, Albertine Robinson, Maeretha Stewart – background vocals

    May 1, 1970
    17. Sign on the Window – Take 2
    18. Sign on the Window – Takes 3, 4 & 5
    19. If Not for You – Take 1
    20. Time Passes Slowly – Rehearsal
    21. If Not for You – Take 2
    22. If Not for You – Take 3
    23. Song to Woody – Take 1
    24. Mama, You Been on My Mind – Take 1

    25. Yesterday – Take 1

    Disc 2:

    1. Just Like Tom Thumb’s Blues – Take 1
    2. I Met Him on a Sunday (Ronde-Ronde) – Take 1
    3. One Too Many Mornings – Take 1
    4. Ghost Riders in the Sky – Take 1
    5. Cupid – Take 1
    6. All I Have to Do Is Dream – Take 1
    7. Gates of Eden – Take 1
    8. I Threw It All Away – Take 1
    9. I Don’t Believe You (She Acts Like We Never Have Met) – Take 1
    10. Matchbox – Take 1
    11. Your True Love – Take 1
    12. Telephone Wire – Take 1
    13. Fishing Blues – Take 1
    14. Honey, Just Allow Me One More Chance – Take 1
    15. Rainy Day Women #12 & 35 – Take 1
    16. It Ain’t Me Babe
    17. If Not for You
    18. Sign on the Window – Take 1
    19. Sign on the Window – Take 2
    20. Sign on the Window – Take 3

    Bob Dylan – vocals, guitar, piano, harmonica
    George Harrison – guitar, vocals (Disc 1, Tracks 20 & 24 and Disc 2, Tracks 2-3, 6-7, 10-11, & 16)
    Bob Johnston– piano (Disc 1, Tracks 24-25 and Disc 2, Tracks 1-3)
    Charlie Daniels – bass
    Russ Kunkel – drums

    June 1, 1970
    21. Alligator Man
    22. Alligator Man [rock version]
    23. Alligator Man [country version]
    24. Day of the Locusts – Take 2
    25. Sarah Jane 1
    26. Sign on the Window
    27. Sarah Jane 2

    Disc 3:

    June 2, 1970
    1. If Not for You – Take 1
    2. If Not for You – Take 2

    June 3, 1970
    3. Jamaica Farewell
    4. Can’t Help Falling in Love
    5. Long Black Veil
    6. One More Weekend

    June 4, 1970
    7. Bring Me Little Water, Sylvie – Take 1
    8. Three Angels
    9. Tomorrow Is a Long Time – Take 1
    10. Tomorrow Is a Long Time – Take 2
    11. New Morning
    12. Untitled 1970 Instrumental #2

    June 5, 1970
    13. Went to See the Gypsy
    14. Sign on the Window – Stereo Mix
    15. Winterlude
    16. I Forgot to Remember to Forget 1
    17. I Forgot to Remember to Forget 2
    18. Lily of the West – Take 2
    19. Father of Night – rehearsal
    20. Lily of the West

    Bob Dylan – vocals, guitar, piano, harmonica
    David Bromberg – guitar, dobro, mandolin
    Ron Cornelius – guitar
    Al Kooper – organ, piano
    Charlie Daniels – bass, guitar
    Russ Kunkel – drums
    Background vocalists unknown

    August 12, 1970
    21. If Not for You – Take 1
    22. If Not for You – Take 2

    Bob Dylan – vocals, guitar, harmonica
    Buzzy Feiten – guitar
    Other musicians unknown

    March 3, 4, 5 and May 1, 1970 sessions took place at Studio B, Columbia Recording Studios, New York City, New York
    June 1-5 and August 12, 1970 sessions took place at Studio E, Columbia Recording Studios, New York City, New York

    All songs written by Bob Dylan, except: I Can’t Help but Wonder Where I’m Bound by Tom Paxton; Universal Solider by Buffy Sainte-Marie; Spanish Is the Loving Tongue, Alberta, Come All You Fair and Tender Ladies, Things About Comin’ My Way, Fishing Blues, Honey Just Allow Me One More Chance, Bring Me Little Water Sylvie, Lily of the West traditional, arranged by Bob Dylan; Little Moses by A.P. Carter; Thirsty Boots by Eric Andersen; Come a Little Bit Closer by Tommy Boyce, Bobby Hart, and Wes Farrell; Yesterday by John Lennon and Paul McCartney; I Met Him on a Sunday (Ronde-Ronde) by Shirley Owens, Beverly Lee, Addie Harris, and Doris Coley; Ghost Riders in the Sky by Stan Jones; Cupid by Sam Cooke; All I Have to Do Is Dream by Boudleaux Bryant; Matchbox and Your True Love by Carl Perkins; Alligator Man by Jimmy C. Newman and Floyd Chance; Jamaica Farewell by Irving Burgie; Can’t Help Falling in Love by Hugo Peretti, Luigi Creatore, and George David Weiss; Long Black Veil by Marijohn Wilkin and Danny Dill; and I Forgot to Remember to Forget by Charlie Feathers and Stan Kesler.

    Produced for release by Steve Berkowitz
    Sessions originally produced by Bob Johnston

    Tapes transferred by Matt Cavaluzzo
    Rough mixes by Matt Cavaluzzo and Damian Rodriguez
    Editing and mastering by Steve Addabbo

    Art Direction and Design: Geoff Gans
    Product Manager: Jeroen van der Meer
    Archivist and Project Coordinator: Parker Fishel
    Additional Research: Jeff Friedman

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  2. Attila the Professor

    Attila the Professor Forum Resident

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    FFS missed out yet again.
     
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  3. Daveymoore

    Daveymoore Forum Resident

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    Thanks for the tracklist. I did manage to get a copy, it said sold out a microsecond after 3.00pm. I kept trying and got one 3 minutes later.
     
  4. timnor

    timnor Forum Resident

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    Only for sale at Badlands or elsewhere in Europe?
     
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  5. bobcat

    bobcat Forum Resident

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    Got mine!....where did you get the tracklist?
     
  6. From the Badlands email this morning:


    We are absolutely thrilled to be chosen by Sony Music as the only official stockist for this item in the UK.

    There are a very small quantity being made available so please be aware this will sell out in a matter of seconds. For every person who gets lucky and secures one there will be 100's of people who do not.
     
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  7. keef285

    keef285 Forum Resident

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    The tracklist was up on Expecting Rain....
     
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  8. stepeanut

    stepeanut Has Anybody Seen My Love?

    Got my order in. So happy after missing out last year and having to pay eBay prices.
     
  9. Mbd77

    Mbd77 Slap Whipper Thread Starter

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    Thankfully, apart from one person on Expecting Rain who posted some detail about an hour ago, some restraint was shown this time unlike last year where the mailing list email was plastered all over the internet beforehand.
     
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  10. bobcat

    bobcat Forum Resident

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    It came from Badlands...they must have put it up after the sets were sold...
     
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  11. Mbd77

    Mbd77 Slap Whipper Thread Starter

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  12. timnor

    timnor Forum Resident

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    So who is stocking this in the EU ?
     
  13. Mbd77

    Mbd77 Slap Whipper Thread Starter

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    Might be the last larger multi-disc Copyright set until 2024....when 1974 is covered. I’d imagine the 1971-1973 sets might be smaller.
     
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  14. Snaphappy

    Snaphappy Colour Me Grumpy!

    I missed out...despite hovering with a basket already filled with another item so card loaded..but it didn’t come onto my screen until 15:03 when wham..GONE.

    I don’t know why I keep playing the record companies games.
    Just release it and sell it like everything else.

    (yes..it is sour grapes!)
     
  15. Mbd77

    Mbd77 Slap Whipper Thread Starter

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    Krogsgaard’s listings are completely different for 3rd March 1970 than what’s on this disc. In fact, it’s generally all over the place for the early sessions. Some stuff here not previously listed as well.

    Three options: Krogsgaard is wrong; the set is curated and there’s stuff they didn’t think was worth copyrighting, or some tapes have been lost or deteriorated beyond use.

    Studio B

    Columbia Recording Studios
    New York City, New York
    March 3, 1970, 2:30 - 6:30 pm.

    Produced by Bob Johnston

    1. Pretty Saro No CO no. Take 1C
    2. Pretty Saro Take 2b
    3. Pretty Saro Take 3b
    4. Pretty Saro Take 4C
    5. Pretty Saro Take 5b
    6. Pretty Saro Take 6C
    7. Little Sadie (Trad.) CO101493 Take 1C
    8. Dock Of The Bay No CO no. Take 1C
    9. Went To See The Gypsy No CO no. Take 1C
    10. In Search Of Little Sadie (Trad. Arr. Bob Dylan) CO101492 Take 2C
    11. Belle Isle (The Star Of Belle Isle) CO101495 Take 1C
    12. Universal Soldier No CO no. Take 1C
    13. Copper Kettle (Albert Frank Beddoe) CO101497 Take 1C
    14. When A Fellow's Out Of A Job No CO no. Take 1b
    15. These Hands No CO no. Take 1C
    16. It Hurts Me Too (Tampa Red, arr. Elmore James) CO104543 Take 1C
    17. The Boxer (Paul Simon) CO101499 Take 1C
    18. Spanish Is The Loving Tongue (Charles Badger Clark) No CO no. Take 1C
    19. ? No CO no. Take 1b
    20. Woogie Boogie CO101494 Take 1C

     
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  16. masswriter

    masswriter Minister At Large

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    I hate this crap - they can't even make a digital copy available?
     
  17. Snaphappy

    Snaphappy Colour Me Grumpy!

    Don’t Sony realise how many people would be doing a “you could get me this for Christmas love” if this was generally released. Especially among most of us of a certain age who struggle to answer the “what do you want for Christmas?” Question after 40 years of marriage
     
  18. Not Trending

    Not Trending Forum Resident

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    I'm counting on that, as well as plenty of others -- which obviously proves that they are certainly leaving some money on the table. So we'll see how quickly after the Dec. 4 release date that we track down free copies.
     
  19. Mbd77

    Mbd77 Slap Whipper Thread Starter

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    I actually ended up getting mine from a bookstore in Germany last year, the week before Christmas, from a private tip-off from a friend after the U.K. allocation via Badlands was snapped up by buyers in Alabama and New Mexico who’d sat up on the internet all night after the link and pre-order information was leaked beforehand.

    I know some have missed out and will unfortunately not get their hands on this, but hopefully if there are regional allocations throughout Europe, without links and information being leaked globally, people will have a chance of picking it up more locally this time.
     
  20. Beaneydave

    Beaneydave Forum Resident

    The good thing about this record company crap and record company marketing too is I care a little less each time.
    So much of the fun in buying music and indeed ,when we had them , concert tickets has been replaced with stress.
    peace and love✌Dave
     
  21. John Rhett Thomas

    John Rhett Thomas Forum Resident

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    Wow! I guess owing to the holidays I was checked out enough that I wasn't even aware this was in the offing! Oh well. I was able to get a copy last year but won't even have the chance to this year. Can't have everything! Can't wait to hear this material, though.
     
  22. TheGoodDoctor

    TheGoodDoctor It used to go something like that

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    Ugh, missed out due to being on an interminable work call. Irritating.
     
  23. PacificOceanBlue

    PacificOceanBlue Senior Member

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    That is what is so ridiculous about only printing a few hundred copies -- it forces a number of Bob Dylan fans to seek out the recordings from alternate sources when they would have gladly paid for an official copy. Why not at least offer these copyright collections as official downloads from bobdylan.com or a Sony sanctioned website?
     
  24. Mbd77

    Mbd77 Slap Whipper Thread Starter

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    Hopefully Bob doing “Jamaica Farewell” will be a highlight...

    Apparently, guitarist Ron Cornelius thought it was great and had an acetate made of it. I asked him about it a few years ago, and unfortunately it had been lost or misplaced in a house move some years before.

     
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  25. Mbd77

    Mbd77 Slap Whipper Thread Starter

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    ...and we finally get Bob Dylan covering Donovan...:D



    (Written by Buffy Sainte-Marie)
     

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