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The Munich Tapes
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Bob Dylan is the debut studio album by American singer-songwriter Bob Dylan, released on March 19, 1962 by Columbia Records. Produced by Columbia's legendary talent scout John H. Hammond, who signed Dylan to the label, the album features folk standards, plus two original compositions, "Talkin' New York" and "Song to Woody".

Album Name The Basement Tapes. Released date 26 June 1975. Labels Columbia Records.

Although Bob Dylan didn't want to release "The Basement Tapes" it did have a huge impact on his work. I see both "Love And Theft" and "Modern Times" as logical successors of "The Basement Tapes" in a way of completely ignoring popular trends and strutting and strumming music you really love. Faces Ooh La la. The Beach Boys The Beach Boys in Concert. Pete Townshend and Ronnie Lane Rough Mix. The Beach Boys Carl and the Passions.

bob-dylan-the-band A Paralyzed Soldier Will Walk Again Tonight In The Most Inspiring Smac. Lo And Behold These 5 Rare Gems From Bob Dylan And The Band’s ‘Basement Tapes’. Find this Pin and more on music by Patty Seitz.

Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist (Sample). For me, the greatest commercial Bob Dylan album of all time. Full of his wanderful, wonderful, irrational soaring young imagination at its greatest, backed up by the Band at its youthful best. Not that, after 32 years with it, I have any better idea what Lo and Behold; Apple Suckling Tree; and Tears of Rage really mean.

Bob Dylan sings lead on sixteen numbers; one of them, "Goin' To Acapulco," has never been bootlegged - for that matter, it has never even been rumored. Richard Manuel, Levon Helm, Rick Danko, and Robbie Robertson take the lead on eight others, none of which has ever surfaced either. There's a lot of back-up singing all around. The Basement Tapes," more than any other music that has been heard from Bob Dylan and The Band, sound like the music of a partnership.

Tapes bootlegs, this does feel a trifle like shutting the proverbial stable door. Still, the preponderance of Basement Tapes bootlegs tells you something about the importance heaped on the music they contain. The rough recordings Dylan made in Woodstock in the spring and summer of 1967 had a profound effect, widely held to represent the third time in as many years that he altered the course of music. But there’s one sense in which the music on The Basement Tapes feels utterly different to what came before. Had Dylan recorded You Ain’t Goin’ Nowhere a year or two previously, it’s hard not to imagine the vocals would have been delivered with his patent, bug-eyed derision, the words elongated until every syllable felt like a sneer.

Greil Marcus dubbed it a celebration of the "Old, Weird America" in his 1997 book Invisible Republic, connecting these songs to Harry Smith's Anthology of American Folk Music, adding an extra layer of myth to tapes that were shrouded in mystery from the moment bootlegs started to circulate. These sly revisions gave the 1975 album a slight veneer that's been stripped away by this unfussy, startlingly clear remastering, but the big difference is that the chronological sequence on The Basement Tapes Complete gives the set a narrative.


A1 Highway 61 Revisited
A2 Jokerman
A3 All Along The Watchtower
A4 Just Like A Woman
B1 Maggie's Farm
B2 I And I
B3 License To Kill
B4 Got My Mojo Working
C1 It Ain't Me Babe
C2 It's Alright Ma (I'm Only Bleeding)
C3 Don't Think Twice It's Alright
C4 It's All Over Now Baby Blue
D1 Masters Of War
D2 Ballad Of A Thin Man
D3 When You Gonna Wake Up
D4 Every Grain Of Sand
E1 Like A Rolling Stone
E2 Girl From The North Country
E3 Lonesome Death Of Hattie Carroll
E4 Blowin' In The Wind
F1 I Shall Be Released
F2 Tombstone Blues
F3 Why Do I Have To Choose
F4 Forever Young


Recorded 6/3/84 in Munich, Germany.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
none Bob Dylan Live In Munich 1984 ‎(3xLP, Mul + Box, Unofficial) Guilty none Unknown
none Bob Dylan The Munich Tapes ‎(3xLP, Ltd, Pic + Box, Unofficial) White Bear none Germany 1987