Dylan POaRT

TAKRL says: “Last Roy N. Oak cover. Last double with original back cover.”

According to bobsboots.com: “The back is a close up of Dylan & Baez sharing the same mic, and also contains the track listing, venue and song info, as well as the company logo. The matrix is hand carved, and along with it “TAKRL” is carved on each disc. The Newport material had circulated for a decade, and was used mostly for filler. The crux of this release are the songs that were Passed Over for the official BOTT release, and a Rolling Thunder venue that Bob had recently played.

In 1977, the LP was pressed again and released in a similar package.

© 1999 Craig Pinkerton Bobsboots.com

A 1978 re-release has basically the same image as is pictured, with info listed below. There is no back insert, ‘World labels’.

Also re-released in late ’78 with original inserts and yellow Spindizzie labels/

Sides 1-3 were released in 1979/89 by TMOQ using the same name as this LP:

The sources are: 
Side 1: Newport Folk Festival – July 25 1965
Side 2: ‘The World of John Hammond’ WTTW studios Chicago – 10 September 1975, except last track and all of side 3 – original 1974 Blood On The Tracks outtakes
Side 4:  Providence, Rhode Island  11-4-75 

8 stars     NMP70   ‘ 78 release: 60

Matrix: 2982 A/B/C/D

Side 1: Maggie’s Farm/ Like A Rolling Stone/ It Takes A Lot To Laugh/ It’s All Over Now, Baby Blue/ Mr. Tambourine Man 
Side 2: Hurricane/ Oh Sister/ Simple Twist Of Fate/ Tangled Up In Blue
Side 3: Lilly, Rosemary, and the Jack of Hearts/ If You See Her Say Hello/ You’re A Big Girl Now/ Idiot Wind  
Side 4: It Ain’t Me, Babe/ Never Let Her Go/ I Dreamed I Saw St. Augustine/ I Shall Be Released/ Just Like A Woman/ Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door  

Side 3 & 4 was also released as the single LP: Beyond the Shadow of a Doubt

[not to be confused with the Live in Sydney ’78 double LP with the same title]

Side 2 & 3 was also released as the single LP  Bloodtakes on the East Coast Contraband label.

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