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Album Culled From Live Dylan TV Performances To Be Released


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Bob Dylan is set to release a live album containing a number of classic performances from television.

“Re-Transmissions”, released on March 3 and only available in Britain, includes Dylan's sets from Saturday Night Live in 1979, 1985’s Farm Aid and the Grammy Awards in 1991.

The compilation, which comes with a 72-page CD-sized book, also features a historic 1990 hook-up with The Byrds on a version of 'Mr Tambourine Man'.

The tracklisting is as follows:

“Gotta Serve Somebody” (Saturday Night Live, 1979)

“I Believe In You” (Saturday Night Live, 1979)

“When You Gonna Wake Up” (Saturday Night Live, 1979)

“I’ll Remember You” (Farm Aid, 1985)

“Maggie's Farm” (Farm Aid, 1985)

“Mr Tambourine Man” (with The Byrds, 1990)

“Masters Of War” (Grammy Awards, 1991)

“It's Alright Ma (I’m Only Bleeding)” (30th Anniversary Concert, 1992)

“My Back Pages” (30th Anniversary Concert, 1992)

“All Along The Watchtower” (Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame, 1995)

“Seeing The Real You At Last” (Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame, 1995)

“Highway 61 Revisited” (Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame, 1995)

The album is released on the Storming Music label - it is not known whether they have co-operated with Dylan's record label Columbia on the release.

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Honestly, I love Bob, but that might be the worst TV performance I've ever seen by anybody.....and he might have done it on purpose.

I love Pearl Jam's take on the song. I've heard several but my favorite is probably from the Dylan 30th Anniversary concert.

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