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CDs with: Dylan, Bob

American radical patriot
Disc one-four, The complete Library of Congress recordings. Lost train blues ; Growing up in Oklahoma ; The railroad blues ; More talk of growing up in Okemah ; The gang of kids Woody hung around with ; Rye whiskey ; Some old-time square dance tunes ; Old Joe Clark ; Alan Lomax asks for a tune ; Beaumont rag ; Alan asks for another one ; Green valley waltz (a.k.a.) Who's gonna shoe your pretty feet? ; The troubles and tragedies that fractured Woody's family in Okemah ; Greenback dollar ; Lomax asks about the boll weevil ; Boll weevil ; Jailhouse songs ; The midnight special ; When the great dust storm struck ; The end of the world ; So long, it's been good to know yuh ; Dust storms devastate the farmland ; Talking dust bowl ; Migrants arrive in California ; Do re mi ; Hard times ; Songs about hard times ; Bring back to me my blue-eyed boy ; Songs about outlaws ; Billy the Kid ; Billy the Kid and Pretty Boy Floyd ; Pretty Boy Floyd ; Jesse James ; Jesse James and his Boys ; Takin' it from the rich and givin' it to the poor ; Jesus Christ ; Songs about bankers ; The jolly banker ; Another song about the depradations of bankers ; I ain't got no home ; Hundreds of thousands made homeless ; Dirty overhauls ; The story of Mary Fagan ; Mary Fagan ; The origins of the song ; Chain around my leg ; Let's sing some blues ; Nine hundred miles ; Worried man blues ; About the "Worried man blues" ; Lonesome valley ; Railroad blueses ; Walkin' down that railroad line ; Interlude ; Goin' down the Frisco Line ; Riding the rails ; Going down the road ; Interlude ; Seven cent cotton ; Wish I'd stayed in the wagon yard ; Interlude ; Dust bowl refugee ; Contractors duping the desperate ; The dust storm of April 14, 1935 ; Dust storm disaster ; Foggy mountain top ; Breathing in dust ; Dust pneumonia blues ; Leaving the dust bowl ; California blues ; Jimmie Rodgers ; Migrants arriving in California ; Do re mi ; Refugees pouring into California ; Dust bowl refugee ; California as one of the 48 states ; Will Rogers Highway ; The flood that took over 100 lives ; Los Angeles New Year's flood ; A good horse ; Stewball ; Interlude ; Stagger Lee ; Interlude ; One dime blues ; Interlude ; Git along little dogies ; Interlude ; The trail to Mexico ; Gypsy Davy ; Introducing an old song ; Hard, ain't it hard -- Disc five-six, The BPA recordings + war effort songs + the V.D. song demos + "The lonesome traveler." The BPA recordings. Introduction ; Pastures of plenty ; Oregon Trail ; Roll on, Columbia ; New found land ; Talking Columbia ; Roll, Columbia, roll ; Columbia's waters ; Ramblin' blues ; It takes a married man to sing a worried song ; Hard travelin' ; The biggest thing than man has ever done (a.k.a. The great historical bum) ; Jackhammer blues ; Song of the Grand Coulee Dam ; Grand Coulee Dam ; Washington talkin' blues ; Ramblin' round ; Pastures of plenty ; End of my line ; War effort songs. Sinking of the Reuben James ; Takin' it easy ; Reckless talk ; The girl in the red, white, and blue ; Labor for victory ; Farmer-Labor train ; Jazz in America, no. 93 ; Whoopy ti-yi, get along, Mr. Hitler ; Jazz in America, no. 116 ; Sally, don't you grieve ; Narrator ; Dig a hole ; The V.D. song demos. VD Avenue ; Intro ; The veedee blues ; Intro ; Blessed and curst ; A case of VD ; VD seaman's letter ; VD City ; VD Day ; A child of VD ; V.D. gunner's blues ; Brooklyne Towne ; Narrator ; "The lonesome traveler." The biggest thing than man has ever done (a.k.a. The great historical bum) ; The old cracked looking glass ; Hard times in the Durant Jail ; Empty boxcar, my home ; The biggest thing than man has ever done (a.k.a. The great historical bum) -- DVD, Roll on Columbia. The songs. Oregon Trail ; It takes a married man to sing a worried song ; Hard travelin' ; Grand Coulee Dam ; Roll on, Columbia ; The biggest thing than man has ever done (a.k.a. The great historical bum) ; Jackhammer blues ; Pastures of plenty ; Talking Columbia ; Ramblin' round ; Washington talkin' blues -- 78 rpm record. VD City (sung by Bob Dylan, 1961 Minnesota hotel recordings) ; The biggest thing than man has ever done (a.k.a. The great historical bum) (1951 home recording).
CD 3369
Blonde on blonde Bob Dylan.
Rainy day women #12 & 35 (4:33) -- Pledging my time (3:42) -- Visions of Johanna (7:27) -- One of us must know (sooner or later) (4:53) -- I want you (3:06) -- Stuck inside of Mobile with the Memphis blues again (7:04) -- Leopard-skin pill-box hat (3:50) -- Just like a woman (4:39) -- Most likely you go your way and I'll go mine (3:22) -- Temporary like Achilles (4:48) -- Absolutely sweet Marie (4:46) -- 4th time around (4:26) -- Obviously 5 believers (3:30) -- Sad eyed lady of the lowlands (11:19).
CD 2665
Blood on the tracks Bob Dylan.
Tangled up in blue -- Simple twist of fate -- You're a big girl now -- Idiot wind -- You're gonna make me lonesome when you go -- Meet me in the morning -- Lily, Rosemary and the jack of hearts -- If you see her, say hello -- Shelter from the storm -- Buckets of rain.
CD 2670
Bob Dylan: the original mono recordings
[v. 1] Bob Dylan (CS 8579, rel. 3/19/62) -- [v. 2] The freewheelin' Bob Dylan (CS 8786, rel. 5/27/63) -- [v. 3] The times they are a-changin' (CS 8905, rel. 1/13/64) -- [v. 4] Another side of Bob Dylan (CS 8993, rel. 8/10/64) -- [v. 5] Bringing it all back home (CS 9128, rel. 3/27/65) -- [v. 6] Highway 61 revisited (CS 9189, rel. 8/30/65) -- [v. 7] Blonde on blonde (C2S841, rel. 5/16/66) -- [v. 8] John Wesley Harding (KCS 9604, rel. 12/17/67)
CD 3165
Bringing it all back home Bob Dylan.
Subterranean homesick blues -- She belongs to me -- Maggie's farm -- Love minus zero ; No limit -- Outlaw blues -- On the road again -- Bob Dylan's 115th dream -- Mr. Tambourine man -- Gates of Eden -- It's alright, ma, (I'm only bleeding) -- It's all over now, baby blue.
CD 2710
Chimes of freedom the songs of Bob Dylan.
disc 1. One too many mornings (Johnny Cash, featuring the Avett Brothers) -- Leopard-skin pill-box hat (Raphael Saadiq) -- Drifter's escape (Patti Smith) -- Ballad of Hollis Brown (Rise Against) -- Blind Willie McTell (Tom Morello) -- Corrina, Corrina (Pete Townshend) -- Most of the time (Bettye LaVette) -- This wheel's on fire (Charlie Winston) -- Simple twist of fire (Diana Krall) -- You ain't goin' nowhere (Brett Dennen) -- Love sick (Mariachi el Bronx) -- Blowin' in the wind (Ziggy Marley) -- Changing of the guards (The Gaslight Anthem) -- Not dark yet (Silversun Pickups) -- You're a big girl now (My Morning Jacket) -- Boots of Spanish leather (The Airborne Toxic Event) -- Girl from the north country (Sting) -- Restless farewell (Mark Knopfler) -- disc 2. Outlaw blues (Queens of the Stone Age) -- Rainy day woman #12 & 35 (Lenny Kravitz) -- One more cup of coffee (Valley below) (Steven Earle, Lucia Micarelli) -- Heart of mine (Blake Mills) -- You're gonna make me lonesome when you go (Miley Cyrus) -- Lay down your weary tune (Billy Bragg) -- License to kill (Elvis Costello) -- Lay, lady, lay (Angelique Kidjo) -- Ring them bells (Natasha Bedingfield) -- Love minus zero ; No limit (Jackson Browne) -- Seven curses (live) (Joan Baez) -- No time to think (The Belle brigade) -- Tonight I'll be staying here with you (live) (Sugarland) -- Mr. tambourine man (Jack's Mannequin) -- 4th time around (Oren Lavie) -- All I really want to do (Sussan Deyhim) -- Make you feel my love (Adele) -- disc 3. With God on our side (K'naan) -- I want you (Ximena Sariana) -- She belongs to me (Pajama Club, Neil Finn) -- Bob Dylan's dream (Bryan Ferry) -- Tomorrow is a long time (Zee Avi) -- Just like a woman (Carly Simon) -- The times they are a-changin' (Flogging Molly) -- Buckets of rain (Fistful of Mercy) -- Man of peace (Joe Perry) -- It's all over now, baby blue (Bad Religion) -- Desolation row (live) (My Chemical Romance) -- Knockin' on heaven's door (Red One ; featuring Nabil Khayat) -- Abandoned love (Nils Lofgren ; Paul Rodgers) -- New morning (Darren Criss ; featuring Freelance Whales ; Chuck Criss) -- The lonesome death of Hattie Carroll (Cage the Elephant) -- It ain't me, babe (Band of Skulls) -- Property of Jesus (Sinead O'Connor) -- Shelter from the storm (Ed Rolane ; The Sweet Tea Project) -- Don't think twice, it's all right (Ke$ha) -- Don't think twice, it's all right (Kronos Quartet) -- disc 4. I shall be released (Maroon 5) -- Political world (The Carolina Chocolate Drops) -- Like a rolling stone (Jeff Beck ; Seal) -- Bob Dylan's 115th dream (Taj Mahal) -- Senor (Tales of Yankee power) (live) (Dierks Bentley) -- One of us must know (Sooner or later) (Mick Hucknall) -- I'll remember you (Thea Gilmore) -- John Brown (State Radio) -- All along the watchtower (live) (Dave Matthews Band) -- Subterranean homesick blues (Michael Franti) -- Mama, you been on my mind (We are Augstines) -- Tryin' to get to heaven (Lucina Williams) -- Quinn the Eskimo (The mighty Quinn) (Kris Kristofferson) -- Gotta serve somebody (Eric Burdon) -- I'd have you anytime (Evan Rachel Wood) -- Baby let me follow you down (live) (Marianne Faithful) -- Forever young (Pete Seeger) -- Chimes of freedom (Bob Dlyan).
CD 3241
Highway 61 revisited Bob Dylan.
Like a rolling stone -- Tombstone blues -- It takes a lot to laugh, it takes a train to cry -- From a Buick 6 -- Ballad of a thin man -- Queen Jane approximately -- Highway 61 revisited -- Just like Tom Thumb's blues -- Desolation row.
CD 2660
Highway sixty-one revisited
Like a rolling stone -- Tombstone blues -- It takes a lot to laugh, it takes a train to cry -- From a Buick 6 -- Ballad of a thin man -- Queen Jane approximately -- Highway 61 revisited -- Just like Tom Thumb's blues -- Desolation row.
CD 2660
Inside Llewyn Davis : original soundtrack recording.
Hang me, oh hang me (Oscar Isaac) -- Fare thee well (Dink's song) (Oscar Isaac & Marcus Mumford) -- The last thing on my mind (Stark Sands with Punch Brothers) -- Five hundred miles (Justin Timberlake, Carey Mulligan & Stark Sands) -- Please Mr. Kennedy (Justin Timberlake, Oscar Isaac & Adam Driver) -- Green, green rocky road (Oscar Isaac) -- The death of Queen Jane (Oscar Isaac) -- The roving gambler (the Down Hill Strugglers with John Cohen) -- The shoals of Herring (Oscar Isaac with Punch Brothers) -- The Auld triangle (Chris Thile, Chris Eldridge, Marcus Mumford, Justin Timberlake & Gabe Witcher) -- The storms are on the ocean (Nancy Blake) -- Fare thee well (Dink's song) (Oscar Isaac) -- Farewell (unreleased studio version) (Bob Dylan) -- Green, green rocky road (Dave Van Ronk).
CD 3374
Original mono recordings
[v. 1] Bob Dylan (CS 8579, rel. 3/19/62) -- [v. 2] The freewheelin' Bob Dylan (CS 8786, rel. 5/27/63) -- [v. 3] The times they are a-changin' (CS 8905, rel. 1/13/64) -- [v. 4] Another side of Bob Dylan (CS 8993, rel. 8/10/64) -- [v. 5] Bringing it all back home (CS 9128, rel. 3/27/65) -- [v. 6] Highway 61 revisited (CS 9189, rel. 8/30/65) -- [v. 7] Blonde on blonde (C2S841, rel. 5/16/66) -- [v. 8] John Wesley Harding (KCS 9604, rel. 12/17/67)
CD 3165
Songs of Bob Dylan
disc 1. One too many mornings (Johnny Cash, featuring the Avett Brothers) -- Leopard-skin pill-box hat (Raphael Saadiq) -- Drifter's escape (Patti Smith) -- Ballad of Hollis Brown (Rise Against) -- Blind Willie McTell (Tom Morello) -- Corrina, Corrina (Pete Townshend) -- Most of the time (Bettye LaVette) -- This wheel's on fire (Charlie Winston) -- Simple twist of fire (Diana Krall) -- You ain't goin' nowhere (Brett Dennen) -- Love sick (Mariachi el Bronx) -- Blowin' in the wind (Ziggy Marley) -- Changing of the guards (The Gaslight Anthem) -- Not dark yet (Silversun Pickups) -- You're a big girl now (My Morning Jacket) -- Boots of Spanish leather (The Airborne Toxic Event) -- Girl from the north country (Sting) -- Restless farewell (Mark Knopfler) -- disc 2. Outlaw blues (Queens of the Stone Age) -- Rainy day woman #12 & 35 (Lenny Kravitz) -- One more cup of coffee (Valley below) (Steven Earle, Lucia Micarelli) -- Heart of mine (Blake Mills) -- You're gonna make me lonesome when you go (Miley Cyrus) -- Lay down your weary tune (Billy Bragg) -- License to kill (Elvis Costello) -- Lay, lady, lay (Angelique Kidjo) -- Ring them bells (Natasha Bedingfield) -- Love minus zero ; No limit (Jackson Browne) -- Seven curses (live) (Joan Baez) -- No time to think (The Belle brigade) -- Tonight I'll be staying here with you (live) (Sugarland) -- Mr. tambourine man (Jack's Mannequin) -- 4th time around (Oren Lavie) -- All I really want to do (Sussan Deyhim) -- Make you feel my love (Adele) -- disc 3. With God on our side (K'naan) -- I want you (Ximena Sariana) -- She belongs to me (Pajama Club, Neil Finn) -- Bob Dylan's dream (Bryan Ferry) -- Tomorrow is a long time (Zee Avi) -- Just like a woman (Carly Simon) -- The times they are a-changin' (Flogging Molly) -- Buckets of rain (Fistful of Mercy) -- Man of peace (Joe Perry) -- It's all over now, baby blue (Bad Religion) -- Desolation row (live) (My Chemical Romance) -- Knockin' on heaven's door (Red One ; featuring Nabil Khayat) -- Abandoned love (Nils Lofgren ; Paul Rodgers) -- New morning (Darren Criss ; featuring Freelance Whales ; Chuck Criss) -- The lonesome death of Hattie Carroll (Cage the Elephant) -- It ain't me, babe (Band of Skulls) -- Property of Jesus (Sinead O'Connor) -- Shelter from the storm (Ed Rolane ; The Sweet Tea Project) -- Don't think twice, it's all right (Ke$ha) -- Don't think twice, it's all right (Kronos Quartet) -- disc 4. I shall be released (Maroon 5) -- Political world (The Carolina Chocolate Drops) -- Like a rolling stone (Jeff Beck ; Seal) -- Bob Dylan's 115th dream (Taj Mahal) -- Senor (Tales of Yankee power) (live) (Dierks Bentley) -- One of us must know (Sooner or later) (Mick Hucknall) -- I'll remember you (Thea Gilmore) -- John Brown (State Radio) -- All along the watchtower (live) (Dave Matthews Band) -- Subterranean homesick blues (Michael Franti) -- Mama, you been on my mind (We are Augstines) -- Tryin' to get to heaven (Lucina Williams) -- Quinn the Eskimo (The mighty Quinn) (Kris Kristofferson) -- Gotta serve somebody (Eric Burdon) -- I'd have you anytime (Evan Rachel Wood) -- Baby let me follow you down (live) (Marianne Faithful) -- Forever young (Pete Seeger) -- Chimes of freedom (Bob Dlyan).
CD 3241
The Witmark demos, 1962-1964 Bob Dylan.
Man on the street (fragment) -- Hard times in New York town -- Poor boy blues -- Ballad for a friend -- Rambling, gambling Willie -- Talking bear mountain picnic massacre blues -- Standing on the highway -- Man on the street -- Blowin' in the wind -- Long ago, far away -- A hard rain's a-gonna fall -- Tomorrow is a long time -- The death of Emmett Till -- Let me die in my footsteps -- Ballad of Hollis Brown -- Quit your low down ways -- Baby, I'm in the mood for you -- Bound to lose, bound to win -- All over you -- I'd hate to be you on that dreadful day -- Long time gone -- Talkin' John Birch paranoid blues -- Masters of war -- Oxford town -- Farewell -- Don't think twice -- Walkin' down the line -- I shall be free -- Bob Dylan's blues -- Bob Dylan's dream -- Boots of Spanish leather -- Girl from the north country -- Seven curses -- Hero blues -- Whatcha gonna do? -- Gypsy Lou -- Ain't gonna grieve -- John Brown -- Only a hobo -- When the ship comes in -- The times they are a-changin' -- Paths of victory -- Guess I'm doing fine -- Baby, let me follow you down -- Mama, you been on my mind -- Mr. Tambourine Man -- I'll keep it with mine.
CD 3164
Woody Guthrie: American radical patriot.
Disc one-four, The complete Library of Congress recordings. Lost train blues ; Growing up in Oklahoma ; The railroad blues ; More talk of growing up in Okemah ; The gang of kids Woody hung around with ; Rye whiskey ; Some old-time square dance tunes ; Old Joe Clark ; Alan Lomax asks for a tune ; Beaumont rag ; Alan asks for another one ; Green valley waltz (a.k.a.) Who's gonna shoe your pretty feet? ; The troubles and tragedies that fractured Woody's family in Okemah ; Greenback dollar ; Lomax asks about the boll weevil ; Boll weevil ; Jailhouse songs ; The midnight special ; When the great dust storm struck ; The end of the world ; So long, it's been good to know yuh ; Dust storms devastate the farmland ; Talking dust bowl ; Migrants arrive in California ; Do re mi ; Hard times ; Songs about hard times ; Bring back to me my blue-eyed boy ; Songs about outlaws ; Billy the Kid ; Billy the Kid and Pretty Boy Floyd ; Pretty Boy Floyd ; Jesse James ; Jesse James and his Boys ; Takin' it from the rich and givin' it to the poor ; Jesus Christ ; Songs about bankers ; The jolly banker ; Another song about the depradations of bankers ; I ain't got no home ; Hundreds of thousands made homeless ; Dirty overhauls ; The story of Mary Fagan ; Mary Fagan ; The origins of the song ; Chain around my leg ; Let's sing some blues ; Nine hundred miles ; Worried man blues ; About the "Worried man blues" ; Lonesome valley ; Railroad blueses ; Walkin' down that railroad line ; Interlude ; Goin' down the Frisco Line ; Riding the rails ; Going down the road ; Interlude ; Seven cent cotton ; Wish I'd stayed in the wagon yard ; Interlude ; Dust bowl refugee ; Contractors duping the desperate ; The dust storm of April 14, 1935 ; Dust storm disaster ; Foggy mountain top ; Breathing in dust ; Dust pneumonia blues ; Leaving the dust bowl ; California blues ; Jimmie Rodgers ; Migrants arriving in California ; Do re mi ; Refugees pouring into California ; Dust bowl refugee ; California as one of the 48 states ; Will Rogers Highway ; The flood that took over 100 lives ; Los Angeles New Year's flood ; A good horse ; Stewball ; Interlude ; Stagger Lee ; Interlude ; One dime blues ; Interlude ; Git along little dogies ; Interlude ; The trail to Mexico ; Gypsy Davy ; Introducing an old song ; Hard, ain't it hard -- Disc five-six, The BPA recordings + war effort songs + the V.D. song demos + "The lonesome traveler." The BPA recordings. Introduction ; Pastures of plenty ; Oregon Trail ; Roll on, Columbia ; New found land ; Talking Columbia ; Roll, Columbia, roll ; Columbia's waters ; Ramblin' blues ; It takes a married man to sing a worried song ; Hard travelin' ; The biggest thing than man has ever done (a.k.a. The great historical bum) ; Jackhammer blues ; Song of the Grand Coulee Dam ; Grand Coulee Dam ; Washington talkin' blues ; Ramblin' round ; Pastures of plenty ; End of my line ; War effort songs. Sinking of the Reuben James ; Takin' it easy ; Reckless talk ; The girl in the red, white, and blue ; Labor for victory ; Farmer-Labor train ; Jazz in America, no. 93 ; Whoopy ti-yi, get along, Mr. Hitler ; Jazz in America, no. 116 ; Sally, don't you grieve ; Narrator ; Dig a hole ; The V.D. song demos. VD Avenue ; Intro ; The veedee blues ; Intro ; Blessed and curst ; A case of VD ; VD seaman's letter ; VD City ; VD Day ; A child of VD ; V.D. gunner's blues ; Brooklyne Towne ; Narrator ; "The lonesome traveler." The biggest thing than man has ever done (a.k.a. The great historical bum) ; The old cracked looking glass ; Hard times in the Durant Jail ; Empty boxcar, my home ; The biggest thing than man has ever done (a.k.a. The great historical bum) -- DVD, Roll on Columbia. The songs. Oregon Trail ; It takes a married man to sing a worried song ; Hard travelin' ; Grand Coulee Dam ; Roll on, Columbia ; The biggest thing than man has ever done (a.k.a. The great historical bum) ; Jackhammer blues ; Pastures of plenty ; Talking Columbia ; Ramblin' round ; Washington talkin' blues -- 78 rpm record. VD City (sung by Bob Dylan, 1961 Minnesota hotel recordings) ; The biggest thing than man has ever done (a.k.a. The great historical bum) (1951 home recording).
CD 3369