Bob Dylan - Freewheelin' Outtakes (Music CD)

Release Date: 25 February 2013
Artist: Bob Dylan
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The official Freewheelin' Bob Dylan album was culled from several sessions in 1962 and early 1963, resulting in quite a few unused tracks. Some showed up on The Bootleg Series and Biograph, but others have stayed in the vault. This is a superb 25-song compilation of the best unreleased material from the 1962 studio sessions, including interesting originals like "The Ballad of Hollis Brown," "The Death of Emmett Till," and "Let Me Die in My Footsteps"; a bunch of solid folk and blues covers like "Baby Please Don't Go" and "Milk Cow Blues"; and alternates of a few tracks that were released, notably "Corrina, Corrina" and "Mixed Up Confusion." Most fascinating of all are several tracks featuring electric band accompaniment, including the aforementioned "Corrina, Corrina" and "Mixed Up Confusion," but also "That's All Right," the Arthur Crudup blues covered on Elvis Presley's first single. The sound is excellent, and while the official Freewheelin' had much stronger and more innovative original material, the performances on this collection (featuring multiple versions of some songs) are extremely strong and assured. This is absolutely essential for Dylan fans, and one of the relatively few bootlegs that can be unequivocally recommended to general music consumers, not just specialist collectors. There's even an outtake from the Freewheelin' photo session on the cover. ~ Richie Unterberger

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  • 1. Going to New Orleans (Columbia Studios, New York City, April 24th 1962)
  • 2. Sally Gal (Columbia Studios, New York City, April 24th 1962)
  • 3. Corrina, Corrina (Columbia Studios, New York City, April 24th 1962)
  • 4. The Death of Emmett Till (Columbia Studios, New York City, April 24th 1962)
  • 5. (I Heard That) Lonesome Whistle (Columbia Studios, New York City, April 24th 1962)
  • 6. Rocks and Gravel (Columbia Studios, New York City, April 25th 1962)
  • 7. Sally Gal (Columbia Studios, New York City, April 25th 1962)
  • 8. Baby Please Don’t Go (Columbia Studios, New York City, April 25th 1962)
  • 9. Milk Cow’s Calf’s Blues (Columbia Studios, New York City, April 25th 1962)
  • 10. Wichita (Going to Louisiana) (Columbia Studios, New York City, April 25th 1962)
  • 11. Milk Cow’s Calf’s Blues (Columbia Studios, New York City, April 25th 1962)
  • 12. Wichita (Going to Louisiana) (Columbia Studios, New York City, April 25th 1962)
  • 13. Baby, I’m In the Mood for You (Columbia Studios, New York City, July 9th 1962)
  • 14. That’s All Right Mama (Columbia Studios, New York City, October 26th 1962)
  • 15. Mixed-Up Confusion (Columbia Studios, New York City, October 26th 1962)
  • 16. Mixed-Up Confusion (Columbia Studios, New York City November 1st 1962)
  • 17. That’s All Right Mama (Columbia Studios, New York City November 1st 1962)
  • 18. Ballad of Hollis Brown (Columbia Studios, New York City, November 14, 1962)
  • 19. Whatcha Gonna Do (Columbia Studios, New York City, November 14, 1962)
  • 20. Hero Blues (Columbia Studios, New York City, December 6th 1962)
  • 21. Whatcha Gonna Do (Columbia Studios, New York City, December 6th 1962)
  • 22. I Shall Be Free (Columbia Studios, New York City, December 6th 1962)
  • 23. I Shall Be Free (Columbia Studios, New York City, December 6th 1962)
  • 24. Hero Blues (Columbia Studios, New York City, December 6th 1962)
  • 25. Hero Blues (Columbia Studios, New York City, December 6th 1962)
Release Date: 25 February 2013
Artist: Bob Dylan
Catalogue No: BDACD105