A 14-CD set features five complete shows—plus rehearsals and rarities—from Bob Dylan’s 1975 Rolling Thunder Revue tour. Also, new albums from Chip & Tony Kinman, Willard Gayheart, and Meghan Hayes.
Bob Dylan’s first formal concert, plus Steve Van Zandt’s first album of new material in two decades.
A three-CD set collects some of Bob Dylan earliest performances and interviews. Plus, music from Girls on Grass and Nils Lofgren and a film of a Woody Guthrie tribute concert.
It’s a “must read,” says Bloomberg’s columnist.
A career-spanning box proves there’s much more to Bobbie Gentry than the classic “Ode to Billie Joe.” Plus, a Marianne Faithfull anthology, Bob Dylan rehearsal tapes, new music from paisley-underground bands, and a Ynana Rose CD.
A six-CD box set presents all the sessions for Dylan’s brilliant Blood on the Tracks. Many of the versions here differ dramatically from the familiar ones.