In 1992 Columbia Records put together a massive collection of artists to celebrate Bob Dylan’s recording career. As I say in my review, at the time it must have seemed like a capstone to a long career. One that seemed like it was dying (I rather like some of Dylan’s output in the 1980s, but from a record company standpoint it certainly wasn’t his strongest decade).
The concert is pretty great, even if I haven’t listened to it since writing this review in 2014. You can read all of my thoughts from back then here.
When I was but a poor college student I once took a copy of Neil Young’s On the Beach to a used CD shop and tried to sell it. The guy behind the counter refused to even look at it as he had too many copies of that album already. I guess it isn’t Neil’s most beloved record LOL. Anyway, here’s a live version of it plus some other comps that I’ve previously posted.