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New Dylan releases announced

It seems to have been an age since the last brand new Dylan CDs from the Far East were announced then .. three turn up at once.


On the Chrome Horse label “Stepped Forth From Sins Shadow” (CHR 09/10) is an audience recording from the Hollywood Sportatarium on December 16th 1978

The other two releases are from a new Dylan based label – Durango.
Their premier release “Standing At Valencia’s Gate” features the April 15, 1999 show based at the Velodromo Luis Puig, Valencia, Spain.


Their second release goes way back to 1981 and Dylan’s show at the Brendan Byrne Arena in Meadowlands, East Rutherford, NJ on October the 27th. Titled “Tongues On Fire” it continues to collect the ‘Born Again’ period shows that the sadly missed Tambourine Man records never got around to.


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  1. Thanks for the preview Erik. I now have these CDs to hand and hope to post full reviews over the next few weeks for y’all.
    Glad to see the humble booklet is enough to get people to dip in and buy these things still while theres a market for them all.

  2. Bought the 1978 and the 1981 bootlegs mentioned here. Both are brilliant and definate must-haves. I knew this allready as I allready had the original recordings (from torrents). Great booklet included in the “Tongues On Fire” 2CD. The Hollywood 1978 2CD is not a good looking bootleg though, visualwise…
    Not that the “Visual” of Dylan recordings is important; but what else can one speak about since these recordings are well-familiar for us “torrenters” to begin with ;-)
    Look forward to read reviews of the performances here on collectorsmusicreviews, later. Interesting to hear what other people thinks. Me find the East Ruthford 1981 show very good; and there are some real highlights, like “I Want You”. But when listening to Hollywood 1978 right afterwards…..it makes one aware that 1978 featured a Dylan from a different dimension……the best Dylan ever (together with 1975)……

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