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Live In Newport 1965
source: Plus Philharmonic Hall, Oct. 31

Maggie's Farm
Like A Rolling Stone
Phantom Engineer
It's All Over Now Baby Blue
Mr. Tambourine Man
Don't Think Twice **
Don't Think Twice
The Lonesome Death Of Hattie Carroll
Mama You've Been On My Mind*
Silver Dagger (Joan Baez w/Dylan harp)
With God On Our Side*
It Ain't Me Babe
All I Really Want To Do*

Despite all of its' flaws, this is a nice CD to own. The appeal stems mainly from the fact that this was one of the first Boot CDs to hit the market. It was recorded from a very clean sounding vinyl LP called 'Newport'65'. The package and overall aesthetics are a joke, although the original drawing of Dylan on the front is very good. It's taken from a 1974 black and white photo by Fred McDarrah. Everything is direct from the soundboard, and considering the dates, amazing quality. The songs are listed out of order on the package. The true play order is shown above. There is also no mention on the package to the fact that a third of the famous 1964 'Halloween' show is included as filler. It was recorded from side three of a very clean copy of the LP 'All Hallows Eve And More'. The first of that show appeared several weeks earlier as 'Live in New York1964'.
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Newport Folk Festival, RI  July 25, 1965  Except:
** City Hall, Newcastle, UK  May 6, 1965
Philharmonic Hall, NYC  October 31, 1964
* Duet with Joan Baez

Manufacturer / Catalog No.
Document  /  DR 004 CD
Other Philharmonic Hall '64 commercial releases
Official release
All Hallows Eve & More
Baez Years 1963-1964

It's Alright
All Hallows Eve & More
Halloween Mask
It's Alright
Live In New York 1964
Mr. Tambourine Man vol. 1
Quality:  8 stars

Bob's Boots ref  # 

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