The Bootleg Series Volumes 1–3 is a box set by Bob Dylan issued on Columbia Records. It is the first installment in the Dylan bootleg series, comprising material spanning the first three decades of his career, from to It has been certified with a gold record by the RIAA as of August , and peaked at No. Product Description. It is absolutely humbling, given the quality of the material on this 3-CD, song set, to think that these are the Dylan compositions that DIDN'T make the cut for his albums! Includes long-rumored songs (She's Your Lover Now; Blind Willie McTell), alternate versions (of the songs on Blood on the Tracks. Bob Dylan - Bob Dylan: The Bootleg Series, Vols. - Music.
Check out The Bootleg Series Volumes (Rare And Unreleased) by Bob Dylan on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on Find a Bob Dylan - The Bootleg Series Volumes 1 - 3 [Rare & Unreleased] first pressing or reissue. Complete your Bob Dylan collection. Shop Vinyl and CDs. Mar 21, Bob Dylan, whose enormous archive of unreleased studio and concert recordings has been the bread and butter of the bootleg record industry for more than two decades, will finally release his own official "bootleg" March 26th on Columbia Records. Entitled Bob Dylan, The Bootleg Series Volumes
Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for The Bootleg Series, Vols. (Rare & Unreleased) - Bob Dylan on AllMusic - - This three-disc box set is what Dylanphiles have. Liner notes: Introduction. For most of those fabulous '60s, to be a bona-fide, hard- core, full paid-up Bob Dylan fan didn't demand much more than buying the records, enthusing about the songs and Dylan's singing to incredulous friends and puzzled parents, dreaming about one day seeing him in concert, and always waiting. Dec 12, The first in Sony's long running Bob Dylan 'Bootleg Series' releases – 's Volumes – is to be reissue on vinyl for the first time in 25 years. The 58 tracks (when span the period ) will be pressed on g vinyl and come accompanied by a page booklet. Most retailers (see below) look to.