Product Details for Bob Dylan - The Basement Tapes - Audiophile Double Vinyl
After Dylan was injured in a motorcycle accident he concealed himself from the public's gaze for a long while to work with The Band at houses in and around Woodstock where he and members of The Band lived.
In that period of time they recorded more than 100 tracks together. And even though the songs were recorded in 1967, this official bootleg wasn't released until 1975.
Although some of the songs on The Basement Tapes are humorous, most of the songs dwell on nothingness, betrayal and a quest for salvation and they possess a rootsy quality that anticipates the Americana genre.'The Basement Tapes' reached #7 in the Billboard Top 200 charts.
- 180-gram audiophile vinyl - Gatefold sleeve
Tracklisting: A1 Odds And Ends A2 Orange Juice Blues A3 Million Dollar Bash A4 Yazoo Street Scandal A5 Goin' To Acapulco A6 Katie' Been Gone
B1 Lo And Behold! B2 Bessie Smith B3 Clothes Line Saga B4 Apple Suckling Tree B5 Please, Mrs. Henry B6 Tears Of Rage
C1 Too Much Of Nothing C2 Yea! Heavy And A Bottle Of Bread C3 Ain't No More Cane C4 Crash on The Levee C5 Ruben Remus C6 Tiny Montgomery
D1 You Ain't Goin' Nowhere D2 Don't Ya Tell Henry D3 Nothing Was Delivered D4 Open the Door, Homer D5 Long Distance Oprater D6 This Wheel's On Fire
This vinyl product is shipped from the UK in heavyweight protective card packaging