Bob Dylan: The Bootleg Series, Vols. 1-3

5 out of 5

$70.22

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European release, 5LP Vinyl Boxset. Tracklist – SIDE A: 1. Hard Times In New York Town 2. He Was a Friend of Mine 3. Man On the Street 4. No More Auction Block 5. House Carpenter 6. Talkin’ Bear Mountain Picnic Massacre Blues 7. Let Me Die In My Footsteps 8. Rambling, Gambling Willie. SIDE B: 1….

Reviews

  1. Mary C. Castle

    His early “etchings”. Mahvelous stuff ~ I’m a huge Dylan fan. Like all musicians and personal tastes that vary, you may not like his music. Reviewing music is not my thing. I collect Dylan and the price of this CD is worth owning it if you’re a Dylan collector. Reviewing music is very subjective. I recommend this CD for the collector and part of the brag to say, you have every Dylan album every sold the the public.

  2. William jolly

    Sorry if there is another post, I hit the wrong key.But, I had forgotten about these bootlegged tapes until I received an email from an ebay seller — I bought a piece of Red Wing pottery and was reminded of how much I had enjoyed Dylan’s song about the Walls of Red Wing. I also introduced a woman who was a vendor I worked with, she was a native of Red Wing and each time I spoke to her, we would eventually start giggling about The Walls of Red Wing. And it was even more meaningful to each of us as we were both close to Dylan in age. And there was also the John Birch Society ballad that has always had me laughing as I knew people around me in the 1950’s who often spoke about the John Birch society (and one relative may well have been a member, I don’t know.) The Sunday picnic and the terrible fate of that boat is very sad.I can’t write as individual who is an expert on Dylan, but his music has had a place in my life since the mid 1960’s and I am glad that I did get to a concert he gave in Chicago in the 1970’s — that was exciting, as he never seemed to be on the roster of performers at a festival my Alma Mater had every summer — I heard both Judy Collins and Joan Baez there, but never Dylan.But I think this is one collection of Bob Dylan’s work that is very good and also spans many eras of the 20th century. The songs include commentary on the Great Depression, the fear in the 1950’s of the Communists and what was happening then, and the changes that seemed to happen in the 1960’s. And I find it interesting that 80 some individuals have taken the time to write their comments about Dylan and his work here.

  3. Dano

    His early “etchings”. Mahvelous stuff ~ I’m a huge Dylan fan. Like all musicians and personal tastes that vary, you may not like his music. Reviewing music is not my thing. I collect Dylan and the price of this CD is worth owning it if you’re a Dylan collector. Reviewing music is very subjective. I recommend this CD for the collector and part of the brag to say, you have every Dylan album every sold the the public.

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