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"What are you listening to right now?" thread
4 May 2019
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vonbontee spaketh the truth from on high
Beatlebug, you'll rotate the Beatles and Bowie and Zep and Pink and Floyd forever, I suspect!
 

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50yearslate said
I've been listening to Heathen on repeat all morning.

 

all.

morning.

I must be on my seventh listen now at the very least.  

Good job. a-hard-days-night-john-6 Such a good album. a-hard-days-night-john-6

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EDIT: Meant to post this in 'what are you listening to...' paul-mccartney-facepalm_gif

@50yearslate

the Reality era was so cool (and I love Gail Anne Dorsey to death) a-hard-days-night-george-4

  

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Sol Invictus by Faith No More.

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EP still on the FNM kick! 

Listening to John Grant, "Queen of Denmark"

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vonbontee said
EP still on the FNM kick! 

Listening to John Grant, "Queen of Denmark"

  

I sure am! 

 

I am now listening to the Deluxe Edition of The Real Thing by Faith No More. 

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Live at the Brixton Academy by Faith No More. 

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I am now listening to the Deluxe Edition of Angel Dust by Faith No More.

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Not a lot of people in the Prince fandom like this song, but I absolutely love it. Especially Eve's verses

"Dearly Beloved, We are gathered here today to get through this thing called life"

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Was: Good ol' "Heroes"!
Am: 'Slip Away'

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Was: Good ol' "Heroes"!

Am: 'Slip Away'

https://youtu.be/2oSm4iW1ZRU

  

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Am: Ram

Will: Heathen

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I am now listening to the first Mr. Bungle album.

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(thanks to https://www.beatlesbible.com/f.....5/#p320083) It's All Too Much on repeat, alternating between the original and the YSS remix. Such a glorious sloppy cacophony of Technicolour splendour. ahdn_george_08heartblue-meanie

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I revealed on 2 May
Just starting a Dylan Marathon with 1961...

The Home of Bob and Sid Gleason
East Orange, New Jersey; February or March 1961

1: San Francisco Bay Blues (Jessie Fuller)
2: Jesus Met the Woman at the Well (traditional)
3: Gypsy Davey (traditional, arranged by Woody Guthrie)
4: Pastures of Plenty (Woody Guthrie)
5: Trail of the Buffalo (traditional, arranged by Woody Guthrie)
6: Jesse James (traditional)
7: Car, Car (Woody Guthrie)
8: Southern Cannonball (R Hall/Jimmie Rodgers)
9: Bring Me Back, My Blue-Eyed Boy (traditional)
10: Remember Me (When the Candle Lights Are Gleaming) (traditional)

Montewese Hotel (Indian Neck Folk Festival)
Branford, Connecticut; 6 May 1961

11: Talking Columbia (Woody Guthrie)
12: Hangknot, Slipknot (Woody Guthrie)
13: Talking Fish Blues (Woody Guthrie)

unidentified coffeehouse
Minneapolis, Minnesota; May 1961

14: Ramblin' Round (Woody Guthrie)
15: Death Don't Have No Mercy (Reverend Gary Davis)
16: It's Hard to Be Blind (traditional)
17: This Train Is Bound for Glory (Big Bill Broonzy, arranged by Woody Guthrie)
18: harmonica solo
19: Talking Fish Blues (Woody Guthrie)
20: Pastures of Plenty (Woody Guthrie)
21: This Land Is Your Land (Woody Guthrie)
22: Two Trains Runnin' (McKinley Morganfield)
23: Wild Mountain Thyme (traditional)
24: Howdido (Woody Guthrie)
25: Car, Car (Woody Guthrie)
26: Don't Push Me Down (Woody Guthrie)
27: Come See (Woody Guthrie)
28: I Want My Milk (Woody Guthrie)
29: San Francisco Bay Blues (Jesse Fuller)
30: A Long Time a-Growin' (traditional)
31: Devilish Mary (Bess Lomax Hawes)
32: Railroad Bill (traditional)
33: Will the Circle Be Unbroken (A.P. Carter)
34: Man of Constant Sorrow (traditional, arranged by Bob Dylan)
35: Pretty Polly (traditional)
36: Railroad Boy (traditional)
37: James Alley Blues (Richard Brown)
38: Bonnie, Why'd You Cut My Hair?

Riverside Church (12-Hour Hootenanny Special: Saturday of Folk Music)
New York City, New York; 29 July 1961

39: Handsome Molly (traditional)
40: Naomi Wise (traditional)
41: Poor Lazarus (traditional)
42: Mean Old Southern Railroad (Danny Kalb) *1
43: Acne (Eric von Schmidt) *2

*1 Bob Dylan & Danny Kalb
*2 Bob Dylan & Ramblin' Jack Elliott

Gaslight Café
New York City, New York; September 1961

44: Man on the Street
45: He Was a Friend of Mine (traditional)
46: Talking Bear Mountain Picnic Massacre Blues
47: Song to Woody
48: Pretty Polly (traditional)
49: Car, Car (Woody Guthrie) *

* Bob Dylan & Dave van Ronk

Studio A, Columbia Recording Studios (Carolyn Hester session)
New York City, New York; 30 September 1961

50: Swing and Turn Jubilee [take 1] (traditional) *
51: Come Back, Baby [take 1] (traditional) *
52: Come Back, Baby [take 5] (traditional) *
53: Los Biblicos [take 1] (traditional) *
54: I'll Fly Away [take 1] (Albert E Brumley) *
55: I'll Fly Away [take 2] (Albert E Brumley) *

* Carolyn Hester (Bob on harmonica)

WYNC Radio Studio (Oscar Brand's Folk Song Festival)
New York City, New York; 29 October 1961

56: interview (1)
57: Sally Gal (Woody Guthrie)
58: interview (2)
59: The Girl I Left Behind (traditional)

Carnegie Chapter Hall
New York City, New York; 4 November 1961

60: Pretty Peggy-O (traditional)
61: In the Pines (Huddie "Leadbelly" Leadbetter)
62: Gospel Plow (traditional)
63: 1913 Massacre (Woody Guthrie)
64: Backwater Blues (Bessie Smith)
65: A Long Time a-Growin' (traditional)
66: Fixin' to Die (Bukka White)
67: Talking Bear Mountain Picnic Massacre Blues
68: Man on the Street
69: This Land Is Your Land (Woody Guthrie)
70: Talking Merchant Marine (Woody Guthrie)
71: Black Cross (Lord Buckley)
72: Freight Train Blues (John Lair)
73: Song to Woody
74: Talkin' New York

Studio A, Columbia Recording Studios
New York City, New York; 20 November 1961

75: You're No Good [take 5] (Jesse Fuller)
76: Fixin' to Die [take 3] (Bukka White)
77: He Was a Friend of Mine [take 2] (traditional)
78: House of the Risin' Sun [take 3] (traditional)
79: Talkin' New York [take 2]
80:Song to Woody [take 2]
81: Baby Let Me Follow You Down [take 1] (Eric von Schmidt)
82: In My Time of Dyin' [take 1] (traditional)

Studio A, Columbia Recording Studios
New York City, New York; 22 November 1961

83: Man on the Street [take 2]
84: Man of Constant Sorrow [take 4] (traditional, arranged by Bob Dylan)
85: Pretty Peggy-O [take 2] (traditional)
86: See That My Grave Is Kept Clean (Blind Lemon Jefferson)
87: Gospel Plow [take 1] (traditional, arranged by Bob Dylan)
88: Highway 51 [take 1] (traditional, arranged by Bob Dylan)
89: Freight Train Blues[take 1] (John Lair)
90: House Carpenter [take 1] (traditional)

The Home of Bonnie Beecher
Minneapolis, Minnesota; 22 December 1961

91: Candy Man (traditional, arranged by Reverend Gary Davis)
92: Baby Please Don't Go (Big Joe Williams)
93: Hard Times in New York Town
94: Stealin' (traditional, arranged by the Memphis Jug Band)
95: Poor Lazarus (traditional)
96: I Ain't Got No Home (Woody Guthrie)
97: It's Hard to Be Blind (traditional)
98: Dink's Song (traditional, arranged by John & Alan Lomax)
99: Man of Constant Sorrow (traditional, arranged by Bob Dylan)
100: Story of East Orange
101: Naomi Wise (traditional)
102: Wade in the Water (traditional)
103: I Was Young When I Left Home
104: In the Evening (Brownie McGhee)
105: Baby Let Me Follow You Down (Eric von Schmidt)
106: Sally Gal (Woody Guthrie)
107: Gospel Plow (traditional, arranged by Bob Dylan)
108: Long John (traditional)
109: Cocaine Blues (traditional, arranged by Reverend Gary Davis)
110: VD Blues (Woody Guthrie)
111: VD Waltz (Woody Guthrie)
112: VD City (Woody Guthrie)
113: VD Gunner's Blues (Woody Guthrie)
114: See That My Grave Is Kept Clean (Blind Lemon Jefferson)
115: Ramblin' Round (Woody Guthrie)
116: Black Cross (Lord Buckley)

And on 4 May I reported
...now I move into 1962 and Folksinger's Choice...

WBAI Studios (Folksinger's Choice)
New York Town, New York; 13 January 1962

117: Lonesome Whistle Blues (Hank Williams/Jimmy Davis)
118: Fixin' to Die (Bukka White)
119: Smokestack Lightning (Howlin' Wolf)
120: Hard Travelin' (Woody Guthrie)
121: The Death of Emmett Till
122: Standing on the Highway
123: Roll On, John (traditional, arranged by Bob Dylan)
124: Stealin' (traditional, arranged by the Memphis Jug Band)
125: Long Time Man (traditional, arranged by Alan Lomax)
126: Baby Please Don't Go (Big Joe Williams)
127: Hard Times in New York Town

The Home of Eve and Mac MacKenzie
New York City, New York; 29 January 1962

128: Hard Times in New York Town
129: The Death of Emmett Till

unknown studio (Leeds Music demos)
New York City, New York; February 1962

130: Hard Times in New York Town
131: Poor Boy Blues
132: Ballad for a Friend
133: Rambling, Gambling Willie
134: Man on the Street
135: Talking Bear Mountain Picnic Massacre Blues
136: Standing on the Highway

Webster Hall (Harry Belafonte session)
New York City, New York; 2 February 1962

137: Midnight Special [take 19] (traditional) *
138: Midnight Special [take 20] (traditional) *

* Harry Belafonte (Bob on harmonica)

Cue Recording Studios (Victoria Spivey session)
New York City, New York; 2 March 1962

139: Sittin' on Top of the World (Big Joe Williams) *
140: Wichita (Big Joe Williams) *
141: Big Joe, Dylan and Victoria (Big Joe Williams) *
142: It's Dangerous (Victoria Spivey) *

* Victoria Spivey, Big Joe Williams & Bob Dylan

Gerde's Folk City
New York City, New York; 16 April 1962

143: Honey, Just Allow Me One More Chance (Henry Thomas/Bob Dylan)
144: Talkin' New York
145: Corrina Corrina (traditional, arranged by Bob Dylan)
146: Deep Ellem Blues (Joe & Bob Attlesay)
147: Blowin' in the Wind

Studio A, Columbia Recording Studios
New York City, New York; 24 April 1962

148: Going to New Orleans [take 1] (traditional)
149: Going to New Orleans [take 2] (traditional)
150: Sally Gal [take 1] (Woody Guthrie)
151: Sally Gal [take 2] (Woody Guthrie)
152: Sally Gal [take 3] (Woody Guthrie)
153: Rambling, Gambling Willie [take 1]
154: Rambling, Gambling Willie [take 3]
155: Corrina Corrina [take 1] (traditional, arranged by Bob Dylan)
156: Corrina Corrina [take 2] (traditional, arranged by Bob Dylan)
157: The Death of Emmett Till [take 1]
158: Talking John Birch Paranoid Blues [take 3]
159: (I Heard That) Lonesome Whistle [take 2] (Hank Williams/Jimmie Davies)

Studio A, Columbia Recording Studios
New York City, New York; 25 April 1962

160: Rocks and Gravel [take 2]
161: Rocks and Gravel [take 3]
162: Let Me Die in My Footsteps [take 1]
163: Let Me Die in My Footsteps [edit of take 1]
164: Talkin' Hava Negiliah Blues [take 1]
165: Sally Gal [take 1] (Woody Guthrie)
166: Sally Gal [take 2] (Woody Guthrie)
167: Baby Please Don't Go [take 1] (Big Joe Williams)
168: Baby Please Don't Go [take 3] (Big Joe Williams)
169: Milk Cow's Calf's Blues [take 1] (Robert Johnson)
170: Milk Cow's Calf's Blues [take 3] (Robert Johnson)
171: Wichita (Going to Louisiana) [take 1]
172: Talking Bear Mountain Picnic Massacre Blues [take 3]
173: Milk Cow's Calf's Blues [take 4] (Robert Johnson)
174: Wichita (Going to Louisiana) [take 2]

WBAI Studios (Broadside show)
New York City, New York; May 1962

175: Ballad of Donald White
176: The Death of Emmett Till
177: Blowin' in the Wind *

* Bob Dylan with Gil Turner, Pete Seeger & Sis Cunningham

Witmark Studio (Witmark demo)
New York City, New York; July 1962

178: Blowin' in the Wind

Finjan Club
Montreal, Quebec, Canada; 2 July 1962

179: The Death of Emmett Till
180: Stealin' (traditional, arranged by the Memphis Jug Band)
181: Hiram Hubbard (traditional)
182: Blowin' in the Wind
183: Rocks and Gravel
184: Quit Your Low Down Ways
185: He Was a Friend of Mine (traditional)
186: Let Me Die in My Footsteps
187: Two Trains Runnin' (McKinley Morganfield)
188: Ramblin' on My Mind (Robert Johnson)
189: Blues Yodel No. 8 (Jimmie Rodgers/G. Vaughan)

Studio A, Columbia Recording Studios
New York City, New York; 9 July 1962

190: Baby, I'm in the Mood for You [take 2]
191: Baby, I'm in the Mood for You [take 3]
192: Blowin' in the Wind [take 1]
193: Blowin' in the Wind [take 2]
194: Blowin' in the Wind [take 3]
195: Quit Your Low Down Ways [take 1]
196: Honey, Just Allow Me One More Chance (Henry Thomas/Bob Dylan)
197: Down the Highway
198: Worried Blues [take 1] (Hally Wood)
199: Worried Blues [take 2] (Hally Wood)
200: Baby, I'm in the Mood for You [take 4]
201: Bob Dylan's Blues [take 1]
202: Bob Dylan's Blues [take 2]

Carnegie Hall (Carnegie Hall Hootenanny)
New York City, New York; 22 September 1962

203: Sally Gal (Woody Guthrie)
204: Highway 51 (Curtis Jones)
205: Talking John Birch Paranoid Blues
206: Ballad of Hollis Brown
207: A Hard Rain 's a-Gonna Fall

The Home of Eve and Mac MacKenzie
New York City, New York; September 1962

208: See That My Grave Is Kept Clean (Blind Lemon Jefferson)
209: Ballad of Donald White
210: A Hard Rain 's a-Gonna Fall
211: unidentified instrumental

WBAI Studios (Billy Faier Show)
New York City, New York; October 1962

212: Baby Let Me Follow You Down (Eric von Schmidt)
213: Talking John Birch Paranoid Blues
214: The Death of Emmett Till
215: Make Me a Pallet on Your Floor (traditional)

Gaslight Café
New York City, New York; 15 October 1962

216: Barbara Allen (traditional)
217: A Hard Rain 's a-Gonna Fall
218: Don't Think Twice, It's All Right
219: Black Cross (Lord Buckley)
220: No More Auction Block (traditional)
221: Rocks and Gravel
222: Moonshiner (traditional)
223: John Brown
224: Ballad of Hollis Brown
225: See That My Grave Is Kept Clean (Blind Lemon Jefferson)
226: Cocaine Blues (traditional, arranged by Reverend Gary Davis)
227: The Cuckoo Is a Pretty Bird (traditional)
228: Ain't No More Cane (Huddie "Leadbelly" Leadbetter)
229: Motherless Children (traditional)
230: Handsome Molly (traditional)
231: Kindhearted Woman Blues (Robert Johnson)
232: West Texas (traditional)

Studio A, Columbia Recording Studios
New York City, New York; 26 October 1962

233: Corrina Corrina [take 2] (traditional, arranged by Bob Dylan)
234: Corrina Corrina [take 3] (traditional, arranged by Bob Dylan)
235: Corrina Corrina [take 4] (traditional, arranged by Bob Dylan)
236: That's All Right Mama [take 1] (Arthur Crudup)
237: That's All Right Mama [take 3] (Arthur Crudup)
238: That's All Right Mama [take 5] (Arthur Crudup)
239: Mixed-Up Confusion [take 1]
240: Mixed-Up Confusion [take 3]
241: Corrina Corrina [take 7] (traditional, arranged by Bob Dylan)

Folkways Studios (Broadside demos)
New York City, New York; circa October 1962

242: I'd Hate to Be You on That Dreadful Day
243: Oxford Town
244: Paths of Victory
245: Walkin' Down the Line

Witmark Studio (Witmark demo)
New York City, New York; November 1962

246: Long Ago Far Away

Studio A, Columbia Recording Studios
New York City, New York; 1 November 1962

247: Mixed-Up Confusion [take 1]
248: Mixed-Up Confusion [take 2]
249: Mixed-Up Confusion [take 4]
250: Mixed-Up Confusion [take 5]
251: Mixed-Up Confusion [take 6]
252: That's All Right Mama (Arthur Crudup) [take 1]
253: Rocks and Gravel [take 1]
254: Rocks and Gravel [take 2]

Studio A, Columbia Recording Studios
New York City, New York; 14 November 1962

255: Mixed-Up Confusion [take 10]
256: Mixed-Up Confusion [take 13]
257: Mixed-Up Confusion [take 15]
258: Don't Think Twice, It's All Right [take 1]
259: Ballad of Hollis Brown [take 2]
260: Kingsport Town [take 1]
261: Kingsport Town [take 2]
262: Whatcha Gonna Do [take 1]

Studio A, Columbia Recording Studios
New York City, New York; 6 December 1962

263: Hero Blues [take 1]
264: Whatcha Gonna Do [take 1]
265: Oxford Town [take 1]
266: I Shall Be Free [take 2]
267: I Shall Be Free [take 4]
268: I Shall Be Free [take 5]
269: Hero Blues [take 2]
270: Hero Blues [take 4]
271: A Hard Rain 's a-Gonna Fall [take 1]

Witmark Studio (Witmark demos)
New York City, New York; December 1962

272: A Hard Rain 's a-Gonna Fall
273: Tomorrow Is a Long Time
274: The Death of Emmett Till
275: Let Me Die in My Footsteps
276: Ballad of Hollis Brown
277: Quit Your Low Down Ways
278: Baby, I'm in the Mood for You

...and so onto 1963 which begins with Bobby in London, and ends with the two most influential post-World War II musical artists - Bob and The Beatles - starting to become aware of each other...

Dobell's Jazz Record Shop (Dick Farina & Eric von Schmidt session)
London, England; 14 & 15 January 1963

279: Glory, Glory (traditional) *
280: You Can Always Tell (Furry Lewis) *
281: Christmas Island (Dick Farina) *
282: Cocaine Blues (traditional) *
283: London Waltz (Dick Farina) *
284: Oversea Stomp (The Memphis Jug Band) *

* Dick Farina & Eric von Schmidt (Bob on harmonica and backing vocal as Blind Boy Grunt)

Folkways Studios (Broadside demos)
New York City, New York; circa January 1963

285: I Shall Be Free
286: Train a-Travelin'
287: Cuban Missile Crisis

Folkways Studios (Broadside demo)
New York City, New York; 19 January 1963

288: Farewell

Folkways Studios (Broadside demos)
New York City, New York; 24 January 1963

289: Masters of War
290: Playboys and Playgirls
291: Let Me Die in My Footsteps *

* Happy Traum & [Bob Dylan as] Blind Boy Grunt

Folkways Studios (Broadside demos)
New York City, New York; February 1963

292: Only a Hobo *
293: John Brown *
294: Talkin' Devil *

* [Bob Dylan as] Blind Boy Grunt

The Basement of Gerde's Folk City
New York City, New York; 8 February 1963

295: Lonesome River Edge (unknown)
296: Back Door Blues (traditional)
297: Bob Dylan's Dream
298: You Can Get Her (unknown)
299: Farewell *1
300: All Over You *1
301: Masters of War *1
302: instrumental
303: Keep Your Hands Off Her (Huddie "Leadbelly" Leadbetter) *1
304: Honey Babe (unknown)
305: Goin' Back to Rome (unknown)
306: Stealin' (traditional, arranged by the Memphis Jug Band) *2

*1 Bob Dylan & Happy Traum
*2 Bob Dylan, Happy Traum & Gil Turner

WBAI Studios (Skip Weshner Show)
New York City, New York; February 1963

307: Tomorrow Is a Long Time
308: Masters of War
309: Bob Dylan's Blues

Witmark Studio (Witmark demos)
New York City, New York; winter 1963

310: Bound to Lose, Bound to Win
311: All Over You
312: I'd Hate to Be You on That Dreadful Day
313: Talking John Birch Paranoid Blues

WNBC Radio Studios (Oscar Brand Show)
New York City, New York; March 1963

314: Girl from the North Country
315: Only a Hobo

Witmark Studio (Witmark demos)
New York City, New York; March 1963

316: Long Time Gone
317: Masters of War
318: Farewell
319: Oxford Town
320: Don't Think Twice. It's All Right
321: Walkin' Down the Line

Westinghouse Studios (Folk Songs and More Folk Songs)
New York City, New York; 3 March 1963

322: Blowin' in the Wind
323: Man of Constant Sorrow (traditional, arranged by Bob Dylan)
324: Ballad of Hollis Brown

Witmark Studio (Witmark demos)
New York City, New York; April 1963

325: I Shall Be Free
326: Bob Dylan's Blues
327: Bob Dylan's Dream
328: Boots of Spanish Leather

Town Hall
New York City, New York; 12 April 1963

329: Ramblin' Down Thru the World
330: Bob Dylan's Dream
331: Talkin' New York
332: Ballad of Hollis Brown
333: Walls of Red Wing
334: All Over You
335: Talking John Birch Paranoid Blues
336: Boots of Spanish Leather
337: Hero Blues
338: Blowin' in the Wind
339: John Brown
340: Tomorrow Is a Long Time
341: A Hard Rain 's a-Gonna Fall
342: Dusty Old Fairgrounds
343: Who Killed Davey Moore?
344: Seven Curses
345: Highway 51 (Curtis Jones)
346: Pretty Peggy-O (traditional, arranged by Bob Dylan)
347: Bob Dylan's New Orleans Rag
348: Don't Think Twice, It's All Right
349: Hiding Too Long
350: With God on Our Side
351: Masters of War
352: Last Thoughts on Woody Guthrie

The Home of Eve and Mac MacKenzie
New York City, New York; 18 April 1963

353: James Alley Blues (Richard Brown)
354: Long Time Gone
355: Only a Hobo
356: unidentified instrumental
357: A Hard Rain 's a-Gonna Fall

The Home of Eve and Mac MacKenzie
New York City, New York; 19 April 1963

358: I Rode Out One Morning
359: House of the Risin' Sun (traditional)

Studio A, Columbia Recording Studios
New York City, New York; 24 April 1963

360: Girl from the North Country [take 2]
361: Masters of War [take 3]
362: Walls of Red Wing [take 3]
363: Talking World War III Blues [take 5]
364: Bob Dylan's Dream [take 2]

The Bear
Chicago, Illinois; 25 April 1963

365: Honey, Just Allow Me One More Chance (Henry Thomas/Bob Dylan)
366: Talking John Birch Paranoid Blues
367: Bob Dylan's Dream
368: Ballad of Hollis Brown
369: Talking World War III Blues
370: A Hard Rain 's a-Gonna Fall
371: With God on Our Side

WFMT-Radio Studio (Studs Terkel Wax Museum)
Chicago, Illinois; 26 April 1963

372: Farewell
373: A Hard Rain 's a-Gonna Fall
374: Bob Dylan's Dream
375: Boots of Spanish Leather
376: John Brown
377: Who Killed Davey Moore?
378: Blowin' in the Wind

Witmark Studio (Witmark demos)
New York City, New York; May 1963

379: Girl from the North Country
380: Seven Curses
381: Hero Blues

Brandeis University (The Brandeis University Folk Festival)
Waltham, Massachusetts; 10 May 1963

382: Honey, Just Allow Me One More Chance (Henry Thomas/Bob Dylan)
383: Talking John Birch Paranoid Blues
384: Ballad of Hollis Brown
385: Masters of War
386: Talking World War III Blues
387: Bob Dylan's Dream
388: Talking Bear Mountain Picnic Massacre Blues

Silas Magee's Farm (Voter Registration Rally)
Greenwood, Mississippi; 6 July 1963

389: Only a Pawn in Their Game

unidentified recording studio (Ramblin' Jack Elliott session)
New York City, New York; summer 1963

390: Will the Circle Be Unbroken (A.P. Carter) *

* Jack Elliott (Bob on harmonica as Tedham Porterhouse)

Freebody Park (Newport Folk Festival; evening)
Newport, Rhode Island; 26 July 1963

391: Talkin' World War III Blues
392: Only a Pawn in Their Game
393: A Hard Rain 's a-Gonna Fall

Freebody Park (Newport Folk Festival; evening finale)
Newport, Rhode Island; 26 July 1963

394: Blowin' in the Wind *1
395: We Shall Overcome (traditional) *2

*1 Bob Dylan with Joan Baez, the Freedom Singers, Pete Seeger and Peter, Paul & Mary
*2 Bob Dylan with Joan Baez, Theo Bikel, the Freedom Singers, Pete Seeger and Peter, Paul & Mary

Porch #1 of Newport Casino, Freebody Park (Newport Folk Festival; Ballads workshop)
Newport, Rhode Island; 27 July 1963

396: North Country Blues
397: With God on Our Side *

* Bob Dylan & Joan Baez

Porch #2, lawn of Newport Casino, Freebody Park (Newport Folk Festival; Topical Songs and New Songwriters)
Newport, Rhode Island; 28 July 1963

398: Who Killed Davey Moore?
399: Playboys and Playgirls *

* Bob Dylan & Pete Seeger

Freebody Park (Newport Folk Festival; Joan Baez set)
Newport, Rhode Island; 28 July 1963

400: With God on Our Side *

* Joan Baez & Bob Dylan

Freebody Park (Newport Folk Festival; evening finale)
Newport, Rhode Island; 28 July 1963

401: This Land Is Your Land (Woody Guthrie) *

* Pete Seeger with Bob Dylan, Joan Baez, Theo Bikel, the Freedom Singers and Peter, Paul & Mary

WNEW TV Studios (Songs of Freedom)
New York City, New York; 30 July 1963

402: Blowin' in the Wind
403: Only a Pawn in Their Game

Studio A, Columbia Recording Studios
New York City, New York; 6 August 1963

404: North Country Blues [take 4]
405: Seven Curses [take 3]
406: Farewell [take 4]

Studio A, Columbia Recording Studios
New York City, New York; 7 August 1963

407: Ballad of Hollis Brown [take 1]
408: With God on Our Side [take 1]
409: Only a Pawn in Their Game [take 1]
410: Boots of Spanish Leather [take 1]
411: Eternal Circle [unknown take]

Studio A, Columbia Recording Studios
New York City, New York; 12 August 1963

412: Paths of Victory [take 1]
413: Hero Blues [take 3]
414: Moonshiner [take 1] (traditional)
415: Eternal Circle [take 4]
416: Only a Hobo [take 1]

Witmark Studio (Witmark demos)
New York City, New York; August 1963

417: Whatcha Gonna Do
418: Gypsy Lou
419: Ain't Gonna Grieve
420: John Brown
421: Only a Hobo
422: When the Ship Comes In

Forest Hills Tennis Stadium (Joan Baez concert)
New York City, New York; 17 August 1963

423: Troubled and I Don't Know Why (traditional, arranged by Bob Dylan) *

* Joan Baez & Bob Dylan

Lincoln Memorial (March On Washington for Jobs and Freedom)
Washington, District of Columbia; 26 August 1963

424: When the Ship Comes In *1
425: Only a Pawn in Their Game
426: Keep Your Eyes on the Prize (Hold On ) (Len Chandler) *2

*1 Bob Dylan & Joan Baez
*2 Len Chandler with Bob Dylan, Joan Baez and Gil Turner

Witmark Studio (Witmark demo)
New York City, New York; October 1963

427: The Times They Are a-Changin'

Studio A, Columbia Recording Studios
New York City, New York; 23 October 1963

428: Percy's Song [take 1]
429: The Lonesome Death of Hattie Carroll [take 2]
430: When the Ship Comes In [take 2]
431: The Times They Are a-Changin' [unknown take]
432: East Laredo Blues
433: That's All Right Mama (Arthur Crudup)

Studio A, Columbia Recording Studios
New York City, New York; 24 October 1963

434: Eternal Circle [take 1]
435: The Times They Are a-Changin' [take 1]
436: Lay Down Your Weary Tune [take 1]
437: One Too Many Mornings [take 3)
438: Suze (The Cough Song) [take 1]
439: Bob Dylan's New Orleans Rag [take 2]

Carnegie Hall
New York City, New York; 24 October 1963

440: The Times They Are a-Changin'
441: Ballad of Hollis Brown
442: Who Killed Davey Moore?
443: Boots of Spanish Leather
444: Talking John Birch Paranoid Blues
445: Lay Down Your Weary Tune
446: Blowin' in the Wind
447: Percy's Song
448: Seven Curses
449: Walls of Red Wing [take 3 24/04/63] [audience overdubbed]
450: North Country Blues
451: A Hard Rain 's a-Gonna Fall
452: Talking World War III Blues
453: Don't Think Twice, It's All Right
454: With God on Our Side
455: Only a Pawn in Their Game
456: Masters of War
457: The Lonesome Death of Hattie Carroll
458: When the Ship Comes In

Studio A, Columbia Recording Studios
New York City, New York; 31 October 1963

459: Restless Farewell [take 9]

Witmark Studio (Witmark demo)
New York City, New York; December 1963

460: Paths of Victory

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vonbontee said

Elementary Penguin said

Disco Volante by Mr. Bungle.

  

That's one crazy album! I haven't pulled it since the 90s probably, can barely remember more than bits of tunes or interludes...not easy to grasp! 

  

It is a difficult listen that is for sure. I appreciate it for what it is but I only listen to it every now and then.

 

I am currently listening to California by Mr. Bungle which is much easier to listen to. 

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