Not that I recall seeing but maybe I missed it. The Rolling Stone article (which might be the only one not derived from the press release) mentions AATW, but only to suggest we probably shouldn’t expect a radically different arrangement: “There are just seven John Wesley Harding outtakes in this new collection. “There just doesn’t seem to be many alternate versions of the songs,” says the source. “The ones we have are often very similar to each other. We had to include ‘All Along the Watchtower,’ but it’s not like ‘All Along the Watchtower’ cha-cha or anything. But ‘I Pity the Poor Immigrant’ is great and has a completely different melody. I don’t think anything had more than three complete takes.” I suspect any references to the spliced version are from fans consulting Krogsgaard’s listing. But now I really want to hear a “All Along The Watchtower” cha-cha.