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Bob Dylan - Before The Flood ( Disc 1 )

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Scan submitted/created by [MisterKite]
HQ Scans:
Publisher: Columbia
Reference :c2k37661d1
Date :1974
Made In :US
Quality :
Booklet & packaging :
Total duration: 45:48

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1.
Most Likely You Go Your Way (And I'll Go Mine)(Dylan)
Song
Concert
1974
Bob Dylan, The Band
2.
Lay Lady Lay(Dylan)
Song
Concert
1974
Bob Dylan, The Band
3.
Rainy Day Women #12 & 35(Dylan)
Song
Concert
1974
Bob Dylan, The Band
4.
Knockin' On Heaven's Door(Dylan)
Song
Concert
1974
Bob Dylan, The Band
5.
It Ain't Me, Babe(Dylan)
Song
Concert
1974
Bob Dylan, The Band
6.
Ballad Of A Thin Man(Dylan)
Song
Concert
1974
Bob Dylan, The Band
7.
Up On Cripple Creek(Robertson)
Song
Concert
1974
Bob Dylan, The Band
8.
I Shall Be Released(Dylan)
Song
Concert
1974
Bob Dylan, The Band
9.
Endless Highway(Robertson)
Song
Concert
1974
Bob Dylan, The Band
10.
The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down(Robertson)
Song
Concert
1974
Bob Dylan, The Band
11.
Stage Fright(Robertson)
Song
Concert
1974
Bob Dylan, The Band
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Reviews

Review by: CooleyOn 11 Jan 2014 at 19:06 CET

A nice live album from Bob Dylan and the Band recorded on their legendary reunion tour in Jan.-Feb. 1974.

The tour was highly touted at the time.

A live album was planned even before the tour started.

The tour was 40 shows, beginning on 03rd Jan.in Chicago and ending on 14th Feb.'74 in Los Angeles (LA Forum).

Ten shows were planned to be recorded professionally: New York, Seattle, Oakland and Los Angeles.

The official Asylum Records story is that the album was recorded at the tour ending shows in Los Angeles at the LA Forum on 13-14th Feb.'74.

One track exception to this is Knockin' On Heaven's Door, which was recorded in New York at Madison Square Gardens.

But recent information is that the majority of the album was recorded at the Spectrum in Philadelphia on 06th-07th Jan.'74 early in the tour.

Apparently Dylan and the Band were advised that the Rolling Stones had made some fantastic live recordings at the Spectrum on their legendary 1972 tour (see Philadelphia Special), so these shows were recorded also and apparently made the cut for this album.

As many fans know, the Stones recordings are utterly superb both in performance and sound fidelity (and remain unreleased), so Dylan and the Band took the advice and recorded shows at the Spectrum also.

Performances are inspired and dynamic with Dylan in good voice, and the Band tight.

Has been remastered in 2009 and I am of the opinion that the recordings are even better sounding than the original CD release.

A box set from this legendary tour would be wonderful, as there are many more memorable performances such as the highly touted mindblowing New York City performances.

Dylan and the Band at their best.

Highly Recommended....

RIP: Levon, Rick, Richard...



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Filename: c2k37661d1
Originally filled by: Padilla
Date of creation: 11 Nov 2004 14:24:42
Last filled by: dale
Last Revision Date : 31 May 2014 16:35:57
Online on : 11 Nov 2004
Type of media: Official CD


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