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Dylan / Cash Sessions
source: Studio outtakes

One Too Many Mornings
Good Ol' Mountain Dew (Lunsford / Wiseman)
I Still Miss Someone (J Cash / Roy Cash)
Careless Love (Trad)
Matchbox (Carl Perkins)
That's Alright Mama (A. Crudup)
Big River (J Cash)
Girl Of The North Country
I Walk The Line (J Cash)
You Are My Sunshine (Davis / Mitchell)
Ring Of Fire (Carter / Kilgore)
Guess Things Happen That Way (Clement)
Just A Closer Walk With Thee (Trad)
Blue Yodel #1 (T for Texas)(J Rodgers)
Blue Yodel #2 (J Rodgers)
Ryman Auditorium:
I Threw It All Away
Living The Blues
Girl Of The North Country 
Quadraphonic mixes:
Nashville Skyline Rag
I Threw It All Away
Peggy Day
Country Pie
Tonight I'll Be Staying Here With You

The outtakes are great fidelity studio recordings, but the performances are very loose, first time trys. This is a 'must-have' disc for historical reasons, but it will probably not be one that you will want to play every day.

Re-released in 2004

ther commercial releases of Dylan / Cash

A Fool Such As I
Aces & Diamonds
Bob meets George and Johnny
Nashville 1969
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Source / Venue:
CBS studios, Nashville, TN   February 17-18, 1969
Ryman Auditorium, Nashville, TN May 1, 1969
Plus: Nashville Skyline quadraphonic mixes

Manufacturer / Catalog No.
Spank      /      SP 106
Released:  1994
Re-released in 2004
9 stars

Thanks to Darren K for additional track titles
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I still have my Nashville Skyline quadraphonic LP. For those of us who can remember the experience, this disc can approximate it when played through a surround sound system. If you're lost about the 'Quad' thing, it was a late '60s experiment that never caught on. Long before surround sound was conceived, the idea was to have four completely separate channels of music emanating from four equidistant speakers. For instance, the drums could be behind left, the bass behind right, lead instruments front left, vocals and rhythm guitar front right. The effect of various quad discs ranged from mildly surreal to annoyingly inept. As with the surround system, it required the purchase of an amplifier that could reproduce the desired effect. Few chose to scrap their amplifier for this new technology, and the fad quickly went away.© 2000 CD Pinkerton bobsboots.com
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