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We Didn't Really Get It On..
(Dylan & The Band 1974)
source: Studio outtakes

Side one: 
Most Likely You Go Your Way 
Lay Lady lay 
Just like Tom Thumb's Blues 
Rainy Day Women No. 12 and 35
It Ain't Me, Babe 
Ballad of a Thin Man
Stage Fright (The Band)

Side two: 
The Band:
The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down
King Harvest
When You Awake
Up On Cripple Creek
All Along The Watchtower 
Ballad of Hollis Brown
Knockin' on Heaven's Door
Side three: 
The Times 
Just Like a Woman 
Gates of Eden
Don't Think Twice, It's Alright
It's Alright Ma (I'm only bleeding)
Rag Mama Rag (The Band)
This wheel's on fire (The Band)
Side four:
The Weight (The Band)
Forever Young 
Highway 61
Like A Rolling Stone 
Maggie's Farm 
Blowin' In The Wind

The complete evening show at The Forum, Inglewood, California, February 11, 1974.
* Heylin misidentifies this set as being from the afternoon show. According to Krogsgaard, and thanks to the eye witness account of Fred Tosi,  we know it to be the evening show.
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Information: © 2001 Craig Pinkerton Bobsboots.com
A very rare and misunderstood LP from 1974 from the folks that would become TMOQ-2. The confusion lies both with the relative unavailability of the LP, and with misinformation of earlier chronologies. The earlier guides, Cable and Hot Wacks, failed to list it altogether. As it doesn't have an actual title, it has been referred to by several. "1974" and "Oakland" among them. Great White Answers gives it the title "We Didn't Really Get It On Until Oackland" from a misspelling of a quote on the back insert. It also states that the cover is full printed. Most likely it never was. GWA also reports a blank label. While there might have been one or two blank, the labels were actually full printed with a "Great Live Concerts" label. More confusion set in with the publication of Raging Glory. It titles the set "Dylan & The Band 1974". While it correctly lists the package features of two inserts and blue and yellow labels, it states that the set is a 1985 reissue of the original 1974 release. There was no reissue. The fact is, there were only a few copies manufactured in 1974 (Heylin suggests a 1977 date, although that would negate the theory of the piece being produced during the TMOQ changeover). They have inserts and full printed labels. GWA reported "Rolling Stones" LPs issued in the covers as well, but this is doubtful. Whatever the reason for the small quantity run, at about the same time period TMOQ was releasing the St. Valentine Day box. This was from the show of 3 days later at Inglewood. Since the two shows were similar, it's very feasible that this project simply got lost in the hubbub of the other projects, and in the transfer of power between the TMOQ regimes. 
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8 stars      NMP250
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Matrix: # 411 A/B/C/D
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