Bob Dylan - GWW The Demo Tapes download album
Bob Dylan - Demo Tapes (red). Ultra rare original TMOQ LP with cardboard cover, insert and red vinyl. featuring acoustic tracks recorded in 1965. Bob Dylan - Demo Tapes (red).
Bob Dylan bootleg recordings are unreleased performances by American singer-songwriter Bob Dylan, that have been circulated throughout the public without undergoing an official, sanctioned release. It is commonly misconceived that bootlegs are only restricted to audio, but bootleg video performances, such as Dylan's 1966 film Eat the Document, which remains officially unreleased, are considered to be bootlegs.
Trade Mark Of Quality (abbreviated TMOQ or TMQ) was a bootleg record label based in Los Angeles, California,and was established in 1970 by "Dub" Taylor and Ken Douglas. In the summer of 1969 they released Bob Dylan "GWW" Great White Wonder with a white fold out cover and white labels.
Album · 1975 · 24 Songs. Yet these elements are exactly what give The Basement Tapes its considerable charm. Recorded in the summer of 1967 at the "Big Pink" house near Woodstock, . this set captures Dylan and The Band woodshedding, bouncing ideas off the walls and each other. Steeped in traditional American roots music, these 24 tracks have the feel of a laid-back song swap.
Bob Dylan & The Band - Open the Door Homer (Take 1). 2:52. 2. Bob Dylan & The Band - Odds and Ends ((Alternate Version) Take 1). 1:48. 3. Bob Dylan & The Band - Million Dollar Bash (Take 1). 4. Bob Dylan & The Band - One Too Many Mornings. 5. Bob Dylan & The Band - I Don't Hurt Anymore. 6. Bob Dylan & The Band - Ain't No More Cane ((Alternate Version) Take 2). 1:57. 7. Bob Dylan & The Band - Crash on the Levee (Take 2). 2:05. 8. Bob Dylan & The Band - Tears of Rage (Take 3). 4:14.
Although Bob Dylan didn't want to release "The Basement Tapes" it did have a huge impact on his work. I see both "Love And Theft" and "Modern Times" as logical successors of "The Basement Tapes" in a way of completely ignoring popular trends and strutting and strumming music you really love. Faces Ooh La la. The Beach Boys The Beach Boys in Concert. Pete Townshend and Ronnie Lane Rough Mix. The Beach Boys Carl and the Passions.
Album Name The Basement Tapes. Released date 26 June 1975. Labels Columbia Records.
|A2||Long Ago, Far Away|
|A3||Only A Hobo|
|A4||A Long Time Coming|
|A5||I Ain't Gonna Grieve No MOre|
|A6||Death Of Emmett Till|
|B1||I'll Keep It With Mine|
|B2||I'd Hate To Be You On That Dreadful Day|
|B3||I Shall Be Free|
|B5||Jesse James / Remember Me|
|B6||Cuban Missile Crisis|
Notes1970's comp. Came with various inserts, with various colors.
|1861||Bob Dylan||GWW The Demo Tapes (LP, Comp, Unofficial)||Trade Mark Of Quality||1861||US||Unknown|
|TMQ 71055||Bob Dylan||GWW The Demo Tapes (LP, Comp, Unofficial, Blu)||Trade Mark Of Quality||TMQ 71055||US||Unknown|