|5/1/70||Bob Dylan and George Harrison - Studio Sessions 1970||1||A||58min|
BOOTLEG: Yesterday; Bob Dylan and George Harrison are remembered for working together in The Traveling Wilburys in the late 1980's, and of course, Bob Dylan's guest appearance at George's 'Concert For Bangladesh' in 1971. This session is controversally discussed to be from May 1970, when both artists were busy on solo projects. Indeed Bob Dylan released two albums in 1970, 'Self Portrait' and 'New Morning', the latter proving far more popular with his critics. George Harrison was working on 'All Things Must Pass' his legendary 'triple' album. Bob Dylan co-wrote 'I'd Have You Anytime' with George Harrison, which appeared as the opening track on 'All Things Must Pass' (including a cover of Dylan's 'If Not For You'). These sessions may well have prompted or been a part of those developments, whatever the case, it is clear as you listen, that they were very comfortab, Tracks are:, 01 Ghost Riders In The Sky, 02 Cupid, 03 All I Have To Do Is Dream, 04 Gates Of Eden, 05 I Threw It All Away, 06 I Don't Believe You, 07 Matchbox (Carl Perkins), 08 Your True Love, 09 When's My Swamp Gonna Catch Fire?, 10 I'm A Goin' Fishin', 11 Honey Just Allow Me One More Chance, 12 Rainy Day Women #12 & 35, 13 Song To Woody, 14 Mama You Been On My Mind, 15 Don't Think Twice It's All Right (Instrumental), 16 Yesterday, 17 Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues, 18 Da Doo Ron Ron, 19 One Too Many Mornings I, 20 One Too Many Mornings II, According to one source personnel on the Afternoon Studio Session is/was:, Bob Dylan (guitar/piano/vocals), George Harrison (guitar/vocals), Charlie Daniels (Bass), Alvin Rogers (Drums), Al Kooper (guitar/piano), Ron Cornelius (guitar), Sound quality is extremely good (studio mix)., This is my first attempt to upload a bootleg! I created a torrent with Tomato torrent and uploaded the torrent link via the "Manage Attachments" button but I, m missing the files in the post. Does anyone have a clue?, I'M LUCKY! Finally I got it!, ENJOY!, I haven, t been listening to this for the recent 10 years or so, I got the CD from a guy in Austria who, s been selling bootlegs at that time. He, s sent me 'The Basement Tapes" as well. Unfortunately all of the Basement-CD's went faulty over the years due to printings on the surface which dissolve the CD-structure and make them unreadable (putting them in the fridge didn't help). Fortunately this one survived.