The Genuine Bootleg Series, Take 2
Subtitled "Protest and Folk Songs", this 1996 3 CD Bob Dylan bootleg with recordings from 1960 to 1993, was Scorpio's
follow-up to their 1994 release The Genuine Bootleg Series.
Neither should be confused with Sony's 1991 official release, The Bootleg Series, Vol. 1-3.
The third bootleg set in this series, subtitled Take 4, Crossing the Great Divide, is a Band/Hawks collection.
A Take 3 CD set, all Dylan content, was released in 1999.
Take 2 includes a dozen or so previously uncirculating performances
and many with improved sound.
(only tracks with Band involvement listed)
Bob Dylan - The Genuine Bootleg Series, Take 2 - 1996 - 3 CDs - Scorpio GZ H21925 S.I.A.E.151766-CD, GZ H22002 S.I.A.E.151766-ED, GZ H21930 S.I.A.E.151766-DD
- "I Don't Want To Be Your Partner"
Columbia Studios, 20 November 1965.
- "Freeze Out"
20 November 1965
- "Does She Need Me I & II"
Glasgow hotel room 19 May 1966 with Robbie Robertson
- "Like a Rolling Stone"
Royal Albert Hall, 27 May 1966 - including Band introduction.
- "I'm Not There"
- "Lang A-Growin'"
Basement tape, aka "Young But Daily Growing".
- "Banks of The Royal Canal"
- "Silent Weekend"
- "Wild Mountain Thyme"
Isle of Wight Festival, 31 August 1967, Dylan solo.
- "House of the Rising Sun"
Village Recorders, Los Angeles 2 November 1973 with The Band minus Levon (Richard Manuel on drums).
- "Nobody Cept You"
Village Recorders, Los Angeles 2 November 1973.
- "The Water Is Wide" (?)
Shangri La Studios 30 March 1976. From the session bootlegged in part as "Eric Clapton's Birthday".
- "Nadine" (Chuck Berry)
With Levon Helm & Rick Danko. Lone Star Cafe, 16 February 1983.
Dreadful drunken performance. Forgetting the words to this is unforgivable.
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