The Bootleg Series, Vol. 11: The Basement Tapes Raw

~ Release by Bob Dylan and The Band (see all versions of this release, 3 available)

Tracklist

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Digital Media 1
#TitleRatingLength
1Open the Door Homer (take 1)
recording engineer:
Garth Hudson
recording of:
Open the Door, Homer
lyricist and composer:
Bob Dylan (in 1967)
publisher:
Dwarf Music (from 1968 to present)
2:53
2Odds and Ends (take 1)
recording engineer:
Garth Hudson
recording of:
Odds and Ends
lyricist and composer:
Bob Dylan (in 1967)
publisher:
Dwarf Music (from 1970 to present)
1:48
3Million Dollar Bash (take 1)
recording engineer:
Garth Hudson
recording of:
Million Dollar Bash
lyricist and composer:
Bob Dylan (in 1967)
publisher:
Dwarf Music (from 1967 to present)
2:52
4One Too Many Mornings
recording engineer:
Garth Hudson
recording of:
One Too Many Mornings
lyricist and composer:
Bob Dylan (in 1963)
publisher:
M. Witmark & Sons, Warner/Chappell (from 1964 until 1992) and Special Rider Music (from 1992 to present)
3:23
5I Don’t Hurt Anymore
recording engineer:
Garth Hudson
cover recording of:
I Don’t Hurt Anymore
writer:
Don Robertson (“Happy Whistler” songwriter) and Jack Rollins
2:15
6Ain’t No More Cane (take 2)
recording engineer:
Garth Hudson
recording of:
Ain't No More Cane
lyricist and composer:
[traditional] (Special Purpose Artist)
publisher:
Clear Air Music Ltd. and Warner Chappell Music Ltd. (no slash; used 1988–1996)
1:58
7Crash on the Levee (take 2)
recording engineer:
Garth Hudson
recording of:
Crash on the Levee (Down in the Flood)
lyricist and composer:
Bob Dylan (in 1967)
publisher:
Dwarf Music (from 1967 to present)
2:06
8Tears of Rage (take 3)
recording engineer:
Garth Hudson
recording of:
Tears of Rage
lyricist:
Bob Dylan (in 1967)
composer:
Richard Manuel (in 1967)
publisher:
Dwarf Music (from 1968 to present)
4:15
9Dress It Up, Better Have It All
recording engineer:
Garth Hudson
recording of:
Dress It Up, Better Have It All
writer:
Bob Dylan
publisher:
Dwarf Music (from 1988-10 to present)
2:53
10I’m Not There
recording engineer:
Garth Hudson
recording of:
I'm Not There (1956)
lyricist and composer:
Bob Dylan (in 1967)
publisher:
Dwarf Music (from 1970 to present)
5:13
11Johnny Todd
recording engineer:
Garth Hudson
recording of:
Johnny Todd
publisher:
Frank Kidson (in 1891)
writer:
[traditional] (Special Purpose Artist)
2:05
12Too Much of Nothing (take 2)
recording engineer:
Garth Hudson
recording of:
Too Much of Nothing
lyricist and composer:
Bob Dylan (in 1967)
publisher:
Dwarf Music (from 1967 to present)
2:53
13Quinn the Eskimo (take 2)
recording engineer:
Garth Hudson
recording of:
Quinn the Eskimo (The Mighty Quinn) (in 1967-07)
lyricist and composer:
Bob Dylan (in 1967)
publisher:
Sony Music Holding and Dwarf Music (in 1968)
2:17
14Get Your Rocks Off
recording engineer:
Garth Hudson
recording of:
Get Your Rocks Off! (Song from the "Basement Tapes" (Bob Dylan & The Band, 1967))
lyricist and composer:
Bob Dylan (in 1967)
publisher:
Dwarf Music (from 1968 to present)
3:46
15Santa‐Fe
recording engineer:
Garth Hudson
recording of:
Santa-Fe
lyricist and composer:
Bob Dylan (in 1967)
publisher:
Sony/ATV Music Publishing France and Dwarf Music (from 1973 to present)
2:08
16Silent Weekend
recording engineer:
Garth Hudson
recording of:
Silent Weekend (Song from the "Basement Tapes" (Bob Dylan & The Band, 1967))
lyricist and composer:
Bob Dylan (in 1967)
publisher:
Dwarf Music (from 1973 to present)
3:01
17Clothes Line Saga
recording engineer:
Garth Hudson
recording of:
Clothes Line Saga (Song from the "Basement Tapes" (Bob Dylan & The Band, 1967))
lyricist and composer:
Bob Dylan (in 1967)
publisher:
Dwarf Music (from 1970 to present)
2:59
18Please Mrs. Henry
recording engineer:
Garth Hudson
recording of:
Please, Mrs. Henry
lyricist and composer:
Bob Dylan (in 1967)
publisher:
Dwarf Music (from 1967 to present)
2:34
19I Shall Be Released (take 2)
recording engineer:
Garth Hudson
recording of:
I Shall Be Released (original lyrics)
lyricist and composer:
Bob Dylan (in 1967)
publisher:
ソニー・ミュージックパブリッシング A事業部 and Dwarf Music (from 1967 to present)
3:55
Digital Media 2
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1You Ain’t Goin’ Nowhere (take 1)
recording engineer:
Garth Hudson
recording of:
You Ain’t Goin’ Nowhere
additional lyricist:
Bob Dylan (in 1971)
lyricist and composer:
Bob Dylan (in 1967)
publisher:
Dwarf Music (from 1967 to present)
2:48
2Lo and Behold! (take 1)
recording engineer:
Garth Hudson
recording of:
Lo and Behold
lyricist and composer:
Bob Dylan (in 1967)
publisher:
Dwarf Music (from 1967 to present)
2:54
3Minstrel Boy
recording engineer:
Garth Hudson
recording of:
Minstrel Boy
lyricist and composer:
Bob Dylan (in 1967)
publisher:
Big Sky Music (publisher for Bob Dylan) (from 1970 to present)
1:40
4Tiny Montgomery
recording engineer:
Garth Hudson
recording of:
Tiny Montgomery
lyricist and composer:
Bob Dylan (in 1967)
publisher:
Dwarf Music (from 1967 to present)
2:57
5All You Have to Do Is Dream (take 2)
recording engineer:
Garth Hudson
recording of:
[All You Have to Do Is Dream] (Song from the "Basement Tapes" (Bob Dylan & The Band, 1967))
lyricist and composer:
Bob Dylan (in 1967)
3:23
6Goin’ to Acapulco
recording engineer:
Garth Hudson
recording of:
Goin' to Acapulco
additional lyricist:
Bob Dylan (in 1975)
lyricist and composer:
Bob Dylan (in 1967)
publisher:
Dwarf Music
5:37
7900 Miles From My Home
recording engineer:
Garth Hudson
recording of:
900 Miles
writer:
[traditional] (Special Purpose Artist)
2:14
8One for the Road
recording engineer:
Garth Hudson
recording of:
One for the Road
lyricist and composer:
Bob Dylan (in 1967)
publisher:
Dwarf Music
4:50
9I’m Alright
recording engineer:
Garth Hudson
recording of:
I'm Alright
writer:
Bob Dylan
1:46
10Blowin’ in the Wind
recording engineer:
Garth Hudson
recording of:
Blowin’ in the Wind
lyricist and composer:
Bob Dylan (in 1962-04)
publisher:
Sony Music Publishing (worldwide except Japan, ended 1995), Warner Bros. Music (publisher; do NOT use as release label), Warner Bros., Inc. (not for release label use!), Warner/Chappell (from 1962 until 1990) and Special Rider Music (from 1990 to present)
6:36
11Apple Suckling Tree (take 2)
recording engineer:
Garth Hudson
recording of:
Apple Suckling Tree
lyricist and composer:
Bob Dylan (in 1967)
publisher:
Dwarf Music (from 1970 to present)
2:50
12Nothing Was Delivered (take 1)
recording engineer:
Garth Hudson
recording of:
Nothing Was Delivered
lyricist and composer:
Bob Dylan (in 1967)
publisher:
Dwarf Music (from 1968 to present)
4:26
13Folsom Prison Blues
recording engineer:
Garth Hudson
cover recording of:
Folsom Prison Blues
lyricist and composer:
Johnny Cash (country music legend)
publisher:
Aberbach (London) (Publisher) and Carlin Music Corporation
is based on:
Crescent City Blues
2:47
14This Wheel’s on Fire
recording engineer:
Garth Hudson
recording of:
This Wheel’s on Fire
lyricist:
Bob Dylan (in 1967)
composer:
Rick Danko (in 1967)
publisher:
Dwarf Music (from 1967 to present)
3:55
15Yea! Heavy and a Bottle of Bread (take 2)
recording engineer:
Garth Hudson (from 1967-06 until 1967-10)
producer:
The Band and Bob Dylan
mixer:
Mark Aglietti (engineer), Ed Anderson (engineer), Rob Fraboni and Nat Jeffrey
recorded at:
basement of Big Pink, West Saugerties (basement tapes Dylan) in Ulster County, New York, United States (from 1967-06 until 1967-10)
mixed at:
Shangri La Studios in Malibu, California, United States and The Village Recorder (aka The Village Recorder) in Los Angeles, California, United States
recording of:
Yea! Heavy and a Bottle of Bread (from 1967-06 until 1967-10)
lyricist and composer:
Bob Dylan (in 1967)
publisher:
Dwarf Music (from 1967 to present)
32:16
16Don’t Ya Tell Henry
recording engineer:
Garth Hudson
recording of:
Don't Ya Tell Henry
lyricist and composer:
Bob Dylan (in 1967)
publisher:
Dwarf Music (from 1971 to present)
2:31
17Baby, Won’t You Be My Baby
recording engineer:
Garth Hudson
recording of:
[Baby, Won't You Be My Baby]
lyricist and composer:
Bob Dylan (in 1967)
2:53
18Sign on the Cross
recording engineer:
Garth Hudson
recording of:
Sign on the Cross (Song from the "Basement Tapes" (Bob Dylan & The Band, 1967))
lyricist and composer:
Bob Dylan (in 1967)
publisher:
Warner/Chappell (from 1971 until 1999) and Special Rider Music (from 1999 to present)
7:21
19You Ain’t Goin’ Nowhere (take 2)
recording engineer:
Garth Hudson
recording of:
You Ain’t Goin’ Nowhere
additional lyricist:
Bob Dylan (in 1971)
lyricist and composer:
Bob Dylan (in 1967)
publisher:
Dwarf Music (from 1967 to present)
2:43

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Release

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Release Group

part of:The Bootleg Series (Bob Dylan) (number: 11) (order: 11)