Bob Dylan - Live 1966 (The "Royal Albert Hall" Concert) album flac
- Album: Live 1966 (The "Royal Albert Hall" Concert)
- FLAC: 1717 mb | MP3: 1709 mb
- Style: Folk Rock, Acoustic, Rhythm & Blues
- Rating: 4.1/5
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Tracklist Hide Credits
|A1||She Belongs To Me||3:27|
|A2||Fourth Time Around||4:37|
|A3||Visions Of Johanna||8:08|
|A4||It's All Over Now, Baby Blue||5:45|
|B2||Just Like A Woman||5:52|
|B3||Mr. Tambourine Man||8:53|
|C1||Tell Me, Momma||5:10|
|C2||I Don't Believe You (She Acts Like We Never Have Met)||6:07|
|C3||Baby, Let Me Follow You Down
Arranged By – Bob Dylan
|C4||Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues||6:50|
|C5||Leopard-Skin Pill-Box Hat||4:50|
|D1||One Too Many Mornings
Backing Vocals – Rick Danko
|D2||Ballad Of A Thin Man
Piano – Bob Dylan
|D3||Like A Rolling Stone||8:01|
- Copyright (c) – Sony Music Entertainment Inc.
- Manufactured By – Classic Records, Inc.
- Distributed By – Classic Records, Inc.
- Licensed From – Sony Music Entertainment Inc.
- Recorded At – Free Trade Hall
- A&R – Steve Berkowitz
- Art Direction – Geoff Gans
- Bass – Rick Danko
- Drums – Mickey Jones
- Edited By [Digital Editing] – Mark Wilder
- Editor [Editorial] – Dan Levy
- Engineer [Additional] – Vic Anesini
- Guitar – Robbie Robertson
- Guitar, Harmonica, Vocals – Bob Dylan
- Liner Notes – Tony Glover
- Management [Packaging Manager] – Michael Cimicata
- Mastered By – BG*, Greg Calbi
- Mixed By [Electric Concert] – Michael H. Brauer, Steve Berkowitz
- Organ – Garth Hudson
- Other [Legacy Recordings] – Jeff Jones
- Other [Production Team] – Debbie Sweeney, Diane Lapson, Eric Bixon, Libby Rohman, Roz Taylor
- Photography By – Art Kane, Barry Feinstein, David Gahr, Don Hunstein, Hank Parker, Jan Persson , Jerry Schatzberg, Larry Keenan, Paul Kelly, Sandy Speiser
- Piano – Richard Manuel
- Producer – Jeff Rosen
- Product Manager – Mark Feldman
- Recorded By [Concert Recording] – Mike Claydon
- Research [Additional Archive Material] – Mitch Blank, Paul Wultz
- Written-By – Bob Dylan (tracks: A1 to C2, C4 to D3)
NotesThe "Royal Albert Hall" Concert
All songs performed May 17, 1966 at Free Trade Hall, Manchester, England.
LP pressing licensed to Classic Records.
(C) 1998 Sony Music Entertainment Inc. / Originally recorded 1966 Sony Music Entertainment Inc. / Originally released 1985 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.
12"x 12" 40-Page Booklet.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 6 017004 57591 9
|C2K 65759||Bob Dylan||Live 1966 (The "Royal Albert Hall" Concert) (2xCD, Album, Sli)||Columbia, Legacy||C2K 65759||US||1998|
|491485 2||Bob Dylan||Live 1966 (The "Royal Albert Hall" Concert) (2xCD, Album)||Columbia, Legacy||491485 2||Australia||1998|
|C2K 65759||Bob Dylan||Live 1966 - The "Royal Albert Hall" Concert (CD, Promo)||Columbia, Legacy||C2K 65759||US||Unknown|
|491485 2||Bob Dylan||Live 1966 (The "Royal Albert Hall" Concert) (Cass)||Columbia, Legacy||491485 2||Turkey||1998|
|C2K 65759||Bob Dylan||Live 1966 (The "Royal Albert Hall" Concert) (2xCD, Album)||Columbia, Legacy||C2K 65759||Taiwan||1998|
The Bootleg Series, Volume 4: Live 1966: The "Royal Albert Hall" Concert. Авторы текста и музыки.
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Live 1966: The "Royal Albert Hall" Concert is a two-disc live album by Bob Dylan, released in 1998. It was recorded at the Manchester Free Trade Hall during Dylan's world tour in 1966, hence the quotation marks around the false attribution to the Royal Albert Hall. Extensively bootlegged for decades, it is an important document in the development of popular music during the 1960s.
fazendo referência a Live 1966 (The "Royal Albert Hall" Concert), 2xCD, Album, COL 491485 2, 491485 2. This is of more interest as a document with some historical significance to Dylan fans, than as a stand alone piece of music. The acoustic set is OK, and live, acoustic renditions of these songs are rare, but Dylan's very nasally, he sounds disinterested and is much better on earlier acoustic sets. Same problem here, only off centre on side two. You could do what i did, very carefully enlarge the hole in the centre of the record with a small sharp paring knife Make sure you enlarge the hole only in the opposite direction to the off center side.
All songs performed May 17, 1966 at Free Trade Hall, Manchester, England. LP pressing licensed to Classic Records. C) 1998 Sony Music Entertainment In. Originally recorded 1966 Sony Music Entertainment In. Originally released 1985 Sony Music Entertainment Inc. 12"x 12" 40-Page Booklet.
But no more: Live 1966: The "Royal Albert Hall" Concert has surfaced on two discs mixed and mastered from three-track source tapes that put the myriad pirated recordings to shame. More important, Live 1966 documents a momentous artistic showdown between a willful, inflamed, and utterly fearless performer and his headstrong core following. The Dylan of the mid '60s had made the leap from socially conscious voice of his generation to surrealistic electric poet, a transformation that was met with contempt by a vocal element of his audience. The only ones I don't have is Self Portrait, (which I won't get because Bob did this album just to get rid of his fans & he hardly wrote any songs in it) and Knocked Out Loaded and Under the Red Sky (maybe a little later I'll get these last two) and maybe a couple of live ones I still. Now I want to look up and listen and honor Bruce Hornsby a little.
She Belongs to Me (Live), 03:27. Fourth Time Around (Live), 04:37. Baby, Let Me Follow You Down (Live), 03:27. Visions of Johanna (Live), 08:08. Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues (Live), 05:37. It's All Over Now, Baby Blue (Live), 05:45. Leopard-Skin Pill-Box Hat (Live), 03:21.
Album · 1998 · 15 Songs. See All. Bob Dylan's Greatest Hits, Vol. 3. 1994. The Bootleg Series, Vols. 1-3 (Rare & Unreleased) 1961-1991. The Times They Are A-Changin'. The Basement Tapes. Bob Dylan & The Band.
Bootlegs of Dylan’s shows have been passed between cognoscenti for generations, but this new two-CD set in Columbia’s Bootleg Series marks the first commercial release. Bootlegs of these shows have invariably been called the Royal Albert Hall concert, although a variety of shows were recorded and made their way through the pirate-LP underground. This set carries on the tradition, yet the name is printed conspicuously in quotations as the show presented here was actually recorded on May 17 at the Free Trade Hall in Manchester, England. But fear not: this is the famous show
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