Bob Dylan - 'Seven Days' from the Bootleg Series Vol. 1-3

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  1. stereoptic

    stereoptic Anaglyphic GORT Staff Thread Starter

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    Bob Dylan - 'Seven Days' from the Bootleg Series Vol. 1-3

    Is this song taken from a needle drop? There's some funky noise at the end when the song ends.
     
  2. Cheepnik

    Cheepnik Overfed long-haired leaping gnome

    No, it's sourced from a soundboard tape.

    What's the noise?
     
  3. stereoptic

    stereoptic Anaglyphic GORT Staff Thread Starter

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    I just noticed it this morning playing it in the car. The best description would be that it sounds like dirty vinyl just as Bob says "thank you".
     
  4. Spadeygrove

    Spadeygrove Forum Resident

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    Charleston, WV
    Applause, maybe?
     
  5. stereoptic

    stereoptic Anaglyphic GORT Staff Thread Starter

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    possible - I'll listen again tonight
     
  6. pig whisperer

    pig whisperer CD Member

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    Tokyo, Japan
    Great song. I wish it was also included on the 'Live - thirty nine years' comp.
     
  7. sberger

    sberger Grumpy(but grateful) geezer

    always loved ronnie wood's version.
     
  8. jpmosu

    jpmosu a.k.a. Mr. Jones

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    I've always prefered Ron Wood's cover of "Seven Days" (on Gimme Some Neck), which is strange, 'cause I almost always prefer Bob's "originals."

    "Seven Days" is, for me, a case of a song that needed to be performed a few more times before the arrangment was right.
     
  9. nojasa

    nojasa Forum Resident

    I like Ronnie's live version from the Dylan 30th anniversary album even more. I was listening to it the other day - this same version also appears on Wood's new anthology, the Essential Crossexion - and it's really strong. He manages to sound a lot like Dylan, too.
     
  10. rstamberg

    rstamberg Senior Member

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    Riverside, CT
    Joe Cocker did a nice version of "Seven Days" on his great SHEFFIELD STEEL album from 1982.
     
  11. Richard Feirstein

    Richard Feirstein New Member

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    Albany, NY
    Some of Bob's best performances [that would blow your socks off] are soundboard tapes in a collection compilled by Bob's management. Some have been released in free CD collections given out to fans as a gift from Bob and Sony Music. (Highlands just has to be heard in its live soundboard version, it is just a superb performance it takes the song to another level). Some of Bob's very best performances, that circulate among fans, have never been released in any official form.

    Richard.
     
  12. Anytime they want to start releasing some of them, I'm there!
     
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