On January 21, 1966 @ Studio A, Columbia Recording Studios, NYC Dylan tried this song 19 times. It was the only song he tried this day, he would never return to it..
None of the 19 cuts were complete… he never nailed it.. but the one on “The Bootleg Seriers 1-3″ came close…
This beauty is @ #17 on my list of Dylan’s 200 best songs.
Bootleg Series 1-3 version:
Continue reading January 21: Bob Dylan Recorded One Of His Best Songs “She’s Your Lover Now” in 1966
Immediately after the official press conference at the Hotel Flamingo at Stockholm, Dylan was interviewed for Swedish Radio 3: Stockholm: Radiohuset by Sweden’s first disc jockey, Klas Burling. Burling asked all the questions that Dylan had clearly grown sick and tired of hearing and got a really hard time as a result. You have to give poor Burling credit for lasting the distance and carrying the interview through to the end. (Every Mind Polluting Word)
Continue reading April 28: Bob Dylan Klas Burling interview, Sweden 1966
Dylan’s 66 world tour is the best tour ever… by anyone. I know you all agree.
|The Bob Dylan World Tour 1966 was a concert tour undertaken by American musician Bob Dylan, from February to May 1966. Dylan’s 1966 World Tour was notable as the first tour where Dylan employed an electric band backing him, following his “going electric” at the 1965 Newport Folk Festival. The musicians Dylan employed as his backing band were known as The Hawks; they subsequently became famous as The Band. The 1966 tour was filmed by director D. A. Pennebaker. Pennebaker’s footage was edited by Dylan and Howard Alk to produce a little-seen film, Eat the Document, an anarchic account of the tour. Drummer Mickey Jones also filmed the tour with an 8mm home movie camera. Many of the 1966 tour concerts were recorded by Columbia Records. These recordings produced one official album, the so-called “Royal Albert Hall” concert, and also many unofficial bootleg recordings of the tour.Dylan’s 1966 Tour ended with his motorcycle accident on July 29, 1966. Subsequent to Dylan’s withdrawal to Woodstock, he refrained from undertaking a major tour until 1974.
Continue reading April 13: Bob Dylan Sydney, Australia 1966 (audio)
Although the sound quality is bad this is wonderful stuff for some of us…
The music can be found on cd #6 in the bootleg “collection”: Jewels & Binoculars (26CD set).
A Hotel Room
12–13 March 1966
Continue reading March 12-13: Bob Dylan – Hotel Room in Denver 1966
Caller 7: …you know, from life. I was just wondering if you were going to say it.
Dylan: What’s experienced about them?
Caller 7: Well, I mean, like It Ain’t Me, Babe and Don’t Think Twice, It’s All Right.
Dylan: Oh. Oh, you don’t have to go anyplace to have those kind of experiences though, really, do you?
Caller 7: Well, I don’t know. You have to go through something! I mean, did you just make them up? Come on…
Dylan: Well, I guess I did. I just made ‘em up out of my head, yeah.
New York City, New York
26 January 1966
Bob Dylan on Radio Unnamable
Broadcast by WBAI-FM, New York City.
Continue reading Jan 26: Bob Dylan @ WBAI Studios With Bob Fass in 1966