Thursday, 10 August 2017

Bob Dylan - San Francisco & San Jose 1965

Bob Dylan
'San Francisco  & San Jose 1965'
Previously Uncirculated


Good Audience Recordings
* Recorded by Allen Ginsberg
Encoded: 320 Kbps MP3
Audio is uneven but a must for fans and collectors.

Live at the Masonic Memorial Temple,
San Francisco, CA; December 11, 1965.

* Live at the Civic Auditorium,
San Jose, CA; December 12, 1965.
Recorded by Allen Ginsberg

http://sfist.com/2017/08/04/hear_bob_dylan_live_in_san_francisc.php
http://www.spin.com/2017/08/allen-ginsberg-bob-dylan-bootleg-tapes/

Track List:
Masonic Memorial Temple
San Francisco, CA; December 11th, 1965:
Disc 1:
101. banter
102. banter
103. banter
104. banter
105. banter
106. banter
107. banter
108. To Ramona
109. Gates of Eden
110. It’s All Over Now, Baby Blue
111. Love Minus Zero/No Limit
112. Visions of Johanna
113. Mr. Tambourine Man
Disc 2:
201. Tombstone Blues
202. I Don’t Believe You
203. Baby Let Me Follow You Down
204. Just Like Tom Thumb’s Blues
205. Long Distance Operator
206. It Ain’t Me Babe
207. Ballad of a Thin Man
208. Positively 4th Street
209. Like A Rolling Stone

Civic Auditorium
San Jose, CA; December 12th, 1965:
Disc 1:
101. banter
102. She Belongs to Me
103. To Ramona
104. Gates of Eden
105. It’s All Over Now Baby Blue
106. Desolation Row
107. Love Minus Zero/No Limit
108. Mr. Tambourine Man
Disc 2:
201. banter
202. banter
203. banter
204. banter
205. Tombstone Blues / Mr. Tambourine Man
206. I Don’t Believe You
207. Baby Let Me Follow You Down
208. Just Like Tom Thumb’s Blues
209. Long Distance Operator
210. It Ain’t Me Babe
211. Ballad of a Thin Man
212. Positively 4th Street
213. Like A Rolling Stone

Andy Crush, spin.com (August 7, 2017):
Last week with little fanfare, two recordings with nearly identical titles appeared on YouTube. With some interruptions, they document two Dylan shows from 1965, near the beginning of that fateful tour: one in San Francisco on September 11 [sic], 1965, and the other in San Jose from the following evening. As you might expect, the performances are enough to knock you out, but the sound quality is up and down. If you’re one of the aforementioned fanatics, you’ll find a lot to love; if your fandom more casual, you’re probably better of listening to one of the much clearer tapes from the same era that have been released commercially. (More...) -Original

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