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MIXING UP THE MEDICINE

A new CD release from the Hollow Horn Encore Label that features the first ever release of the legendary Basement Tapes Safety Master. This was a tape reportedly made by Garth Hudson in early 1968, under full studio conditions, of the best available original master tapes made in the summer of 1967 and it features the bulk of the original songs that were recorded. This safety tape features truly breathtaking sound quality and also, in the majority of cases, features the material in its original glorious stereo (virtually none of this material has ever been heard in it’s original true stereo… including on the ridiculous official release!) The first time I got to listen this material my jaw nearly hit the floor! It really is a whole new listening experience!!

Four bonus tracks from other sources have also been included as bonus tracks, which also means that this set also stands as a close to perfect one disc compilation of the Basement Tapes Dylan compositions. The packaging is the usual high quality fold out mini album design complete with an eight page booklet of notes, pictures and some lovely reproductions of the cartoons from the classic vinyl album Little White Wonder. An early contender for the best, and most important release of 2009!

The track listing of this set is as follows:

The Basement Tapes Safety Master Tape
1. Million Dollar Bash
2. Yea Heavy and a Bottle of Bread
3. I’m Not There (1956)
4. Please Mrs Henry
5. Down in the Flood
6. Lo and Behold
7. This Wheel’s On Fire
8. You Ain’t Going Nowhere
9. I Shall Be Released
10. Too Much Of Nothing
11. Nothing Was Delivered
12. Odds and Ends
13. Get Your Rocks Off
14. Clothesline Saga
15. Apple Suckling Tree
16. Open the Door Homer
17. Nothing Was Delivered
18. Tears Of Rage
19. Quinn The Eskimo
BONUS TRACKS
20. Tiny Montgomery
21. Sign On The Cross
22. Going To Acapulco
23. All You Have To Do Is Dream

MIGHTY MOCKINBIRD

A new CD release from the Hollow Horn Encore Label that features the complete performance from the concert at the Isle Of Wight Festival on 31 August 1969. This show has featured on several releases over the years, though all have been pieced together from multiple sources that range from excellent to mediocre. This edition features the entire performance (other than the end of the final song) from one source recording, reportedly made from the VIP enclosure right in the front of the stage, for a consistent and to be honest, very nice sounding recording. This show was a unique one off performance and this release certainly comes closest to giving it full justice, and features the usual high quality fold out mini album design complete with an eight page booklet of notes and pictures.

The track listing is as follows:
1. SHE BELONGS TO ME
2. I THREW IT ALL AWAY
3. MAGGIE’S FARM
4. WILD MOUNTAIN THYME
5. IT AIN’T ME BABE
6. TO RAMONA
7. MR TAMBOURINE MAN
8. I DREAMED I SAW ST AUGUSTINE
9. LAY, LADY, LAY
10. HIGHWAY 61 REVISTED
11. ONE TOO MANY MORNINGS
12. I PITY THE POOR IMMIGRANT
13. LIKE A ROLLING STONE
14. I’LL BE YOUR BABY TONIGHT
15. THE MIGHTY QUINN
16. MINSTREL BOY
17. RAINY DAY WOMEN #12 AND #35

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    walterfive says
    March 25, 2009, 12:08 pm

    Good! Dylan & The Dead *needs* remastering; I was at the Boston show that was recorded from.

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    eddie77 says
    March 12, 2009, 8:15 am

    Interestingly and coincidentally The Basement Tapes is one of four Dylan CDs -the others being New Morning, Before the Flood and Dylan and the Dead – which, according to many sites, including Amazon, are to be re-issued in remastered versions before the end of this month.

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    eddie77 says
    March 9, 2009, 9:49 am

    Ah, ok, that makes sense….thanks for the clarification

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    March 9, 2009, 6:32 am

    Ths is, indeed, the ‘bulk of the original songs’…most of those not listed above, but available in the various Basement Tapes collections, are either tradition or have been written by someone other han The Band / Dylan- ie, they’re NOT ‘originals’…
    Rupintojelis.

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    eddie77 says
    March 8, 2009, 11:32 am

    I look forward to this one very much but dozens – at least five CDs worth – of songs were recorded at the Basement Tapes sessions so how can this release “feature the bulk of the original songs that were recorded?”

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