Bob Dylan’s The Basement Tapes Complete: Out November 4th

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Back in 1967, Bob Dylan had several recording sessions with a group of musicians who later became the Band.  Released June 26th 1975, “The Basement Tapes” included new original Bob Dylan and the Band songs along with some covers and musical diddles.  When Columbia released this album, only 24 of the recorded songs were put on the record.  But on November 4th, Columbia Records/Legacy Recordings will be releasing the six disc set of “The Basement Tapes Complete: The Bootleg series Vol. 11” which has a lot of songs that have been restored off the original tapes, some of the songs only found fairly recently.  The songs will include some of my favorite Dylan songs “One Man’s Loss”, “Blowin’ in the Wind”, and “It Ain’t Me Babe”.  Even if you’re not a huge Bob Dylan fan, this is a collectors item for the future when you want to show your kids true American folk music.

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