Jan 15: Bob Dylan & The Band at Maryland in 1974

Capital Centre Largo, Maryland 15 January 1974 Bob Dylan (vocal, guitar, harmonica) Robbie Robertson (guitar) Garth Hudson (organ & piano) Richard Manual (keyboards) Rick Danko (bass) Levon Helm (drums)

Jan 3: Bob Dylan & The Band: Hero Blues 1974

Yes, the gal I got I swear she’s the screaming end She wants me to be a hero So she can tell all her friends This is a real gem! ..Dylan opened the first two shows with the obscure “Hero Blues” from 1963, singing some of the original lyrics (“The gal I got, I swear she’s the screaming end/She wants …

Dec 30: Bob Dylan Blood On The Tracks, 6th & final recording session 1974

The second session @ Minneapolis’ Sound 80 Studios, and the last recording session for “Blood On The Tracks”. With the first session being a success, Dylan was more relaxed for this session. He knew & trusted the people he was working with. He was also more open to suggestions. The first song he wanted to try was the pivotal “Tangled Up …

September 17: Bob Dylan – Blood On The Tracks, Second Recording Session in 1974

Bob Dylan’s second recording session for Blood On The Tracks continued on  September 17, 1974. Another important day in the studio. Here are some quotes, facts & music…. We cut the entire album in one day like that. Now that blew my mind. I was 19-years-old and trying to learn how to make art. The style of the time was set by …

September 16: Bob Dylan “Blood On The Tracks” first recording session 1974

Bob Dylan started recording Blood On The Tracks September 16, 1974. Here are some quotes, facts & music…. When Dylan began work at A&R one Monday afternoon in September he seemed unusually keen to get on with the recording process. The songs themselves were no more than 2 months old, and he was still excited by the new approach to …