Bob Dylan: THE BOOTLEG SERIES VOL. 17: "Fragments - Time Out of Mind Sessions" [1/27/23]*

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  1. hodgo

    hodgo Tea Making Gort (Yorkshire Branch) Staff

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    That is not the case which you will see from the post I made and quoted below....

    No one is saying you can't discuss a particular song, all we ask is, that if members wish to do so they keep the discussion friendly and free of pointless arguments and insults.
     
  2. But sending me four in separate packages ???? I hope I didn’t order four ten LP sets by mistake :)
     
  3. Sipuncula

    Sipuncula Forum Resident

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    I am thankful today that there is a new Bootleg Series in our future. I'm good with any Dylan era as long as it keeps coming. 10LPs?? My main concern is figuring out how to free up 3" of shelf space just to the right of Volume Sixteen(s). Not a bad problem to have.
     
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  4. Williamson

    Williamson Forum Resident

    I'll take one of those off your hands for free if that's the case. I'll save you some space and even pay the postage :)
     
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  5. Mbd77

    Mbd77 Collect ‘Em All!

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    At one point there was a ‘lead’ on a full soundboard, but it never happened and the moment passed, unfortunately.
     
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  6. Nogoodnik

    Nogoodnik Rust repairer and full time survivor

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    Especially when it’s in the form of that horrible Eagles song.
     
  7. Crosseyed

    Crosseyed help I'm a rock

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    The 1997 El Rey run deserves the box set treatment
     
  8. Crosseyed

    Crosseyed help I'm a rock

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    Those are great shows. The entire year of 1997 is amazing. The spring tour featured some really nice songs like Pretty Peggy-O which he absolutely kills.
     
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  9. zombie dai

    zombie dai Music is the emotional life of most people. cohen

    is there an unofficial one floating around? or was the 'lead' official?
     
  10. If you are in the US I’ll mail one to you. Inbox ne you mailing address. Don’t worry about postage
     
  11. HuntingBare

    HuntingBare Forum Resident

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    Yeah I used to have that 1997 Bootleg, Bathed in a Stream of Pure Heart, which had the best version of Pretty Peggy-O I have ever heard.
     
  12. Themigou

    Themigou Forum Resident

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    I remember Peggy-O on 3 February 1990 - a flipping fantastic show.
     
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  13. stepeanut

    stepeanut Has Anybody Seen My Love?

    I was at that one, also.
     
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  14. Deja Doh

    Deja Doh QUARANTINED

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  15. HuntingBare

    HuntingBare Forum Resident

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    Yes.

    I love the album as it is, but I have long felt the production is way overcooked. And I regret the way they distorted and buried Dylan's voice in the mix. That said, there isn't an alternative - no, not even Can't Wait - that I prefer to the album take. The exception is the Vicky's Panties mix of Love Sick, I do prefer that to the album mix. The 'Take 2' version of Love Sick comes close, too.

    Assuming the remix is done well, it will be fascinating to build our own versions of the album, based on our favoured mixes of each track.
     
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  16. malcolm reynolds

    malcolm reynolds Handsome, Humble, Genius

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    As I have mentioned before, I love the current TOOM mix but for the remix I am hoping it is as close to Love And Theft as possible for an alternative. This isn't going to be like Star Wars where Bob yells out "Maclunky" in the middle of Trying To Get To Heaven.
     
  17. kohoutek

    kohoutek Forum Resident

    The 1997
    As does that run in NYC the following year, some of my favorite shows.
     
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  18. revolution_vanderbilt

    revolution_vanderbilt Forum Resident

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  19. Percy Song

    Percy Song A Hoity-Toity, High-End Client

    Fifteen sold in two days. Squeaky bum time! Fewer than 700 left! Come on people, the old goat needs your money. He just lost half a mil on a book deal he did with Swindler & Swindler.

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  20. zombie dai

    zombie dai Music is the emotional life of most people. cohen

  21. Themigou

    Themigou Forum Resident

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    :laugh:
     
  22. Crosseyed

    Crosseyed help I'm a rock

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    Yes those January/February 1998 shows are amazing as well
     
  23. milankey

    milankey Forum Resident

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    Thankfully I have never heard Garth Brooks or Adele or Engelbert Humperdinck do Make You Feel My Love, so its always just been a Bob Dylan song to me.
     
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  24. malcolm reynolds

    malcolm reynolds Handsome, Humble, Genius

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    Unfortunately my ears have had the misfortune of hearing the Garth Brooks version. I have luckily been able to avoid all others.
     
  25. Slightly OT: I've never heard any of those versions. I don't plan to anytime soon, but more power to anyone who loves those artists. As Quinn the Eskimo might say, those artists "ain't my cup of meat." I do like "Friends in Low Places" by Garth Brooks but that's it. Here's the funny thing: if you ask any of the folks who like the other interpretations of that song, they'll most likely say that they hate Dylan's voice but like his lyrics. I have a feeling that most of us in this thread are not in the category. We love Dylan, his voice, and his sick bird in a cage.
     
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