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Newport 65/Manchester 66
(splatter vinyl)
source: Newport 65/Manchester 66 

Side one: 
Maggie's farm 
Like a rolling stone 
It takes a lot to laugh 
To Ramona* 

Side two: 
It's all over now, Baby Blue 
Mr. tambourine Man 
All I really want to do 

Side three: 
Just like a woman* 
She belongs to me 
Fourth time around 
It's all over now, Baby Blue 

Side four: 
Just like Tom thumb's blues* 
Leopard skin pill box hat 
One too many mornings 
Ballad of a thin Man 

© 1998 Craig Pinkerton / MWE
Disc one was recorded during the Newport folk Festival in 1965.  This is the first time that Bob Dylan played an electric guitar with a backup band in front of an audience.  The show also includes the debut performance of Like a rolling stone. 

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Information:© 1998 Craig Pinkerton / MWE
Here is an interesting and rare piece. in 1986 while 
TMQ was pressing the striptease box set, they decided to experiment with splatter vinyl. 
This beautiful piece proves that they could do it as good as anyone. 
However, to my knowledge the splatter LPs were never released with any set. This set came with only a 1/3 page pink insert with title and photo for front, and song list for back. The discs bear the original TMOQ labels and/or the Screaming Oiseau label (not used until the mid 80's)
© 1998 Craig Pinkerton / MWE

This piece was pressed with the same plates as the striptease version. 

To Ramona is an add-on. This track is from the Fox Warfield San Francisco 11-16-80  with Jerry Garcia playing lead guitar (Only the TMQ gods know why this gets stuck in the middle of a  60's set.) 

Sides 1 & 2 are Newport, July '65 except *11-16-80
Side 3 is Manchester '66 except *Royal Albert Hall
Side 4 is Royal Albert Hall except *Manchester
© 1998 Craig Pinkerton / MWE

7-8 stars        NMP70

Matrix:1101 and 1102 (original BD 570 has been obliterated)

© 1998 Craig Pinkerton / MWE