The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan Outtakes

Bob Dylan

Number

Year

Format

VIGO 115

1993

CD / CDR

  
Packaging:

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Front Cover

Back Cover


Disc Variations:

CD (1993 Original)
 

CD (1996 Reissue)
 

CDR
 

Jewel Case Insert:

The jewel case insert has the following information:

- Liner notes (reproduced below)
- Track notes (reproduced below)

 

25 Tracks - Total Time: 72:36

1. Baby, Please Don't Go   (1:58)
2. Corrina, Corrina   (3:08)
3. The Death Of Emmett Till   (4:17)
4. Mixed Up Confusion   (2:23)
5. (I Heard That) Lonesome Whistle   (2:05)
6. Talkin' John Birch Paranoid Blues   (3:45)
7. Milkcow's Calf Blues   (2:32)
8. That's All Right   (3:22)
9. Solid Road (Rocks And Gravel)   (2:51)
10. Going To New Orleans   (3:08)
11. Let Me Die In My Footsteps   (4:03)
12. The Ballad Of Hollis Brown   (5:04)
13. Wichita   (2:56)
14. Sally Girl   (3:16)
15. Whatcha Gonna Do   (2:09)
16. Mixed Up Confusion   (2:32)
17. Solid Road (Rocks And Gravel)   (2:15)
18. That's All Right   (2:09)
19. Mixed Up Confusion   (2:19)
20. Corrina, Corrina   (2:31)
21. Milkcow's Calf Blues   (2:46)
22. Wichita   (3:04)
23. Whatcha Gonna Do   (2:58)
24. Baby I'm In The Mood For You   (2:45)

25. Sally Girl   (2:20)

 

Liner Notes:

HOW MANY ROADS MUST A MAN WALK DOWN...

Bob Dylan has walked down many roads.  For most of his 22 years he "road freight trains for kicks and got beat up for laughs, cut grass for quarters and sang for dimes."  And his songs today are the sounds he sopped up all those years on the road - "the coyote's call and the train whistle's moan, the ol' time pals an' first run gals, the faces you can't find again."

Bob does what a true folk singer is supposed to do - sing about the important ideas and events of the times.  And he does it better than anybody else.

The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan Outtakes features seven of Bob's own compositions, including both sides of his rare debut single.  Also classic interpretations of songs by icons Robert Johnson, Hank Williams, and Elvis Presley.  Including four songs in stereo and additional bonus tracks featuring noteworthy alternate takes.

Hear it and you'll know why Bob Dylan is the voice of the times.

 

Track Notes:

1. Baby, Please Don't Go - studio outtake  - 4/62
2. Corrina, Corrina  - alternate solo version - 7/62
3. The Death Of Emmett Till - studio outtake - 4/62
4. Mixed Up Confusion - rare single version - 11/62
5. (I Heard That) Lonesome Whistle - studio outtake - 10/62
6. Talkin' John Birch Paranoid Blues - from withdrawn lp - 10/62
7. Milkcow's Calf Blues - Take 3 - studio outtake - 4/62
8. That's All Right - Take 1  - studio outtake - 11/62
9. Solid Road (Rocks And Gravel) - alternate solo version - 7/62
10. Going To New Orleans - studio outtake - 10/62
11. Let Me Die In My Footsteps - unedited w/extra verse - 4/62
12. The Ballad Of Hollis Brown - studio outtake - 11/62
13. Wichita - Take 2  - studio outtake - 4/62
14. Sally Girl - Take 4 - studio outtake - 10/62
15. Whatcha Gonna Do  - studio outtake - 11/62
16. Mixed Up Confusion  - alternate version (a) - 11/62
17. Solid Road (Rocks And Gravel)  - from withdrawn lp - 10/62
18. That's All Right - Take 2  - studio outtake - 11/62
19. Mixed Up Confusion  - alternate version (b) - 11/62
20. Corrina, Corrina  - rare single version - 11/62
21. Milkcow's Calf Blues - Take 4 - studio outtake - 4/62
22. Wichita - Take 1 - studio outtake - 4/62
23. Whatcha Gonna Do  - studio outtake - 11/62
24. Baby I'm In The Mood For You  - alternate version - 7/62

25. Sally Girl  - studio outtake - 10/62

  All tracks mono (except stereo).   Tracks 12, 13, 15, 16, 18, 19, 24 are from acetate sources.

 

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