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Daily Bootleg Links: Bob Dylan, Pink Floyd, Bela Fleck, The Velvet Underground

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Bob Dylan
Still The Same Man
Volume Two: Unreleased Live Recordings, 1981
Download WAV: A Thousand Highways
If you like Dylan and haven’t seen this site, check it out. Fairly new, but already has some insanely great boots.

Pink Floyd
Hamburg 1971
(VG+ Aud – Vinyl)
Download FLAC: Quality3

Velvet Underground
Live Retinal Circus 1969
Download MP3: Voodoo Wagon

Bela Fleck & The Flecktones
Wilkesboro, N.C.
Download : Plum Dusty

4 Responses to “Daily Bootleg Links: Bob Dylan, Pink Floyd, Bela Fleck, The Velvet Underground”

  1. DylanDave Says:

    Mat, good find with the Bob site, had a wander around. Will be interesting to hear his personal tweaks on the sound, nothing new for me here but I find that the more sprawling my archives become, the more i appreciate these ‘footholds’. A well chosen and sequenced compilation can really freshen up your listening experience of even familiar material IMHO. Make sure you get that link i emailed you earlier, listeniing now, pure magic. Been aware of this complete source for a while but this is the first time i’ve got hold of it

  2. Bruce Says:

    Hi Mat,
    Thanks for the link to the Dylan site. Some good downloads from his gospel shows, 79-81.

  3. Mat Brewster Says:

    Yeah the guy running the Dylan site has apparently been really active on Expecting Rain or some other bib Dylan site and decided to create his own blog with his show. Its fun to see what he throws out next.

  4. DylanDave Says:

    Been checking ’em out, some nice stuff and judging by the notes he is well qualified for the task. I used to do something similar about 10 years ago for my own purposes (and a few mates) These are best considered as supplementary vols to the ‘Bootleg Series’ releases and he’s done what I couldn’t raise the energy to do. i.e work out exactly which trax/mixes still remained unreleased in the vaults. Been so many releases in recent times (particularly of 60s material) so the clarification is very helpful. There are no released trax at all on his compilations. I even found a track that was genuinely new to me, (a beautiful alt take of ‘Lay Lady Lay’ ) and that han’t happened for a long time. Don’t know how that one slipped thru my nets but very happy to have it now.
    Sound qual aloso appears to suggest best sources have been used throughout – highly recommended to all

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