Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Bob Dylan – Rolling Thunder Review – Live 1975 Companion

bob dylan - joan baez - 1975 rolling thunder

Bob Dylan
Rolling Thunder Revue – Live 1975 Companion
Label: Red Devil ‎– RD054-1 – RD056-1

Download: FLAC/MP3

I got these disk in a CDR trade years ago. I no longer have any source information for them. When I inserted Disk 1 into my computer the online database pulled up the indicated dates for each song, but I do not know if that is correct. Guitars101 has what looks to be the same show posted and it included the label info plus all the notes. But again I do not know if this is correct.

I thought I had posted it before, but I cannot find it in my archives. Its another good Rolling Thunder comp. Download it if you want it. – Mat

Disk 1
Bob Dylan:

When I Paint My Masterpiece – 12/04/75
The Times They Are A-Changin’ – 12/08/75
Wild Mountain Thyme – 12/02/75
Dark as a Dungeon – 12/04/75
Never Let Me Go – 12/04/75
I Don’t Believe You – 10/31/75
With God On Our Side – 11/04/75, Afternoon Show
It’s Alright Ma (I’m Only Bleeding) – 11/04/75, Evening Show
Fourth Time Around – 11/26/75
I Dreamed I Saw St. Augustine – 11/04/75, Evening Show
This Land Is Your Land – 11/21/75, Evening Show
The Lonesome Death of Hattie Carroll – 10/42/75

Featuring – Joan Baez
Notes
“This is a compilation of every song that Dylan played on the 1975 fall tour not included on the official release. Also included is the one time duet with Joan Baez on ‘The Lonesome Death Of Hattie Carroll’.”

Disk 2
Ramblin’ Jack Elliott

Friend Named Ramblin’ Jack
Me and Bobby McGee
South Coast
Muleskinner Blues
San Francisco Blues
Grand Coulee Dam
912 Greens
Pretty Boy Floyd
Friend of the Devil
Talkin’ Fishin’
Salt Pork
Rake and Ramblin’ Boy
This Land Is Your Land

Notes
This CD is released in the name Bob Dylan, although all recordings are by Ramblin Jack Elliott from the Dylan-led Rolling Thunder Revue tour of ’75.

Disk 3
Joan Baez

Diamonds and Rust
Swing Low, Sweet Chariot
Joe Hill
Prison Trilogy
Love Song to a Stranger
Love Song to a Stranger, Pt 2
All My Trials
Pastures of Plenty
Suzanne
What a Wonderful World
Oh, Happy Day
Do Right Woman
John Riley
Jesse
Help Me Make It Through the Night
Long Black Veil
Please Come to Boston
The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down

Notes
This CD is released in the name Bob Dylan, although all recordings are by Joan Baez from the Dylan-led Rolling Thunder Revue tour of ’75.

4 thoughts on “Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Bob Dylan – Rolling Thunder Review – Live 1975 Companion

  1. I;ve picked up a few things with this or similar ritles over the years. Pretty sure one of them was disk 1 here.
    This is well worth it for the Ramblin’ Jack methinks

    Of course I Iove Joan’s stuff, but there is considerably more of that about

    They used to say Ramblin’ Jack sounded more like Woody Guthrie than Woody did himself! Great picker and singer in any case, I’m sure he was on the tour at Bob’s insistence

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