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Bob Dylan At Budokan

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Don’t Think Twice, It’s All Right (Live at Nippon Budokan Hall, Tokyo, Japan – February 28, 1978) 5:08 Columbia CDCBS 96004 (Australia) - outside of unfolded booklet, scan by Stuart Moore (first release) According to Tetsuya Shiroki, co-producer of The Complete Budokan 1978, the newly restored, remixed and remastered recordings “capture two days of this history-making tour. Nothing has been removed or altered in any way.” have matrix numbers as follows: Side 1 -01-96004- 2A-2,Side 2 -01-96004- 1B-2,Side 3 -01-96004- 3C-2,Side One of Us Must Know (Sooner or Later) [Live at Nippon Budokan Hall, Tokyo, Japan – February 28, 1978] 4:32

Discos CBS 138.140/141 (Brazil) - detail of rear of gatefold sleeve, scan by Manuel García Jara (all releases) It’s Alright, Ma (I’m Only Bleeding) [Live at Nippon Budokan Hall, Tokyo, Japan – February 28, 1978] 6:34 We get one cover song each night, a standard set for the tour. Night one we get the sauntering blues of Repossession Blues by Roland Janes from Memphis, with Billy Cross featuring on guitar and night two we get the hard driving 12-bar blues of Tampa Red’s Love Her With A Feeling. Both shows close out with with a bombastic It’s Alright Ma, which elevates to truly cacophonous proportions, a simply gorgeous and moving Forever Young and a sincere and truly uplifting The Times They Are A-Changin’.Bob Dylan Announces New Complete Budokan 1978 Live Album". Pitchfork. 2023-09-07 . Retrieved 2023-09-08. even later early 1980s copy because it has the same text layout as his listed mid 1980s red CBS label release below. this the layout is also the same as that of the first and second 1980s copies above. The gatefold sleeve is the same Having personally only ‘found’ Dylan a couple of years earlier via the Revue tour, the live album from these shows in its original form was a true revelation to myself as a fledgling fan and I always remember marveling at how the songs had evolved in such a short period of time allowing me to find new strength and meaning in what I was listening to. My view on any new output was not in any way tarnished by a deep-rooted love and admiration for his classic songwriting period in the early 60’s and 70’s, which I was still only just getting to know, and I hungered for anything new from the great man and whatever band he could put together. The original release of At Budokan and then Street Legal therefore became firm favourites and a key part of myself getting to know the man and his music.

The Bob Dylan World Tour 1978 marked the artist's first international concert dates since 1966 and his first live shows since the Rolling Thunder Revue blasted through North America in 1975-76. A major international musical event, the year-long tour found Bob Dylan performing 114 shows in Asia, Oceania, North America and Europe, to a combined audience of two million fans. Bob Dylan at Budokan reached #13 in the US and went platinum, while simultaneously peaking at #4 in the UK. The album was collected by a talking tree in the PSN game Deathspank in 2010 Discos CBS 138.140/141 (Brazil) -outside of gatefold sleeve, scan by Manuel García Jara (second release Side 1 - CI 96004-1L 28-5-79, Side 2 - CI 96004-2L 28-5-79, Side 3 - CI 96004-3L 28-5-79, Side 4 - CI 96004-4L 28-5-79 (pressing date 28 May 1979). The bottom text "MADE IN ITALY BY CBS" is not centred, One More Cup Of Coffee (Valley Below) [Live at Nippon Budokan Hall, Tokyo, Japan – March 1, 1978] 3:29The tour launched in February 1978 with eleven historic performances: Dylan’s first-ever concerts in Japan, including eight shows at the revered Nippon Budokan Hall in Tokyo. Two of the Budokan shows — Feb. 28 and March 1, 1978 — were recorded, with 22 performances excerpted from those shows appearing on Bob Dylan At Budokan, a two-LP set first issued on Columbia Records as a Japan-only release in November 1978, followed by a global release in April 1979 in response to widespread demand. The Complete Budokan 1978 marks the first time any of Dylan’s complete performances from his 1978 world tour have been officially available. The records of Manuel García Jara's copy have matrix numbers: Side 1 - 467850-A (handwritten) 96004-A Bob Dylan at Budokan reached No.13 in the U.S. and went gold, while simultaneously peaking at No.4 in the UK.

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