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MUY CURIOSA 1ª EDICION DE ESTE MARAVILLOSO TRIBUTO ADEMAS DE SER TODA UNA HISTORICA REUNION QUE CUENTA CON DOS TEMAS INTERPRETADOS POR BOB DYLAN JUNTO A THE BAND,RY COODER..ETC..

EDIC.ORIGINAL,DOBLE CARPETA Y SOLIDO ENCARTE INTERIOR,FOTOS,DATOS....ETC..

grabado en el carnegie hall y el hollywood bowl 1968 y 1970con bob dylan,judy colins,richie havens,pete seger..etc..This is a various-artists set recorded at a charity fund raising concert at Carnegie Hall, January 20, 1968, held in memory of Woody Guthrie's then-recent death after years of illness. The Band performed with Bob Dylan on riveting versions of "I Ain't Got No Home," "Dear Mrs. Roosevelt," and "The Grand Coulee Dam." This was Bob Dylan's first public performance after the motorcycle accident. The Band were announced under some weird name (The Crackers?) because they still did not have an official name. The Part 1 recording from 1968, was originally released on LP in 1972 by Columbia. A Part 2 LP, from a Guthrie memorial concert at the Hollywood Bowl in 1970, was released by Warner Brothers.Highlights from concerts at Caranegie Hall, 1968 and Hollywood Bowl, 1970

woody guthrie

a tribute to,part one

bob dylan,r havens,p seeger, j collins..etc.

[ LP ] [AMERICANA - COUNTRY ROCK - SUREÑO - FOLK] [ Cbs ]

CARATULA

VG++

DISCO

VG++

AÑO

1972

PAíS

UK

CARACTERíSTICAS

GF - ILS

Pistas
A1 –Arlo Guthrie This Train Is Bound For Glory
A2 –Will Geer Narration
A3 –Arlo Guthrie Oklahoma Hills
A4 –Robert Ryan Narration
A5 –Odetta Rambling Round Your City (Ramblin' Round)
A6 –Bob Dylan I Ain't Got No Home
A7 –Judy Collins So Long It's Been Good To Know Yuh
A8 –Arlo Guthrie Do Re Mi
B1 –Pete Seeger Curly Headed Baby
B2 –Richie Havens Vigilante Man
B3 –Bob Dylan Dear Mrs. Roosevelt
B4 –Robert Ryan Narration
B5 –Tom Paxton Pastures Of Plenty
B6 –Bob Dylan The Grand Coulee Dam
Créditos

Acoustic Guitar – John Pilla
Bass – Bill Lee (2), Chris Ethridge, Raphael Grinage, Rick Danko
Design – John Berg, Ron Coro
Drums – Levon Helm, Stan Pratt
Engineer – Lee Herschberg
Executive-Producer – Lenny Waronker
Fiddle – Gib Guilbeau
Guitar – Robbie Robertson, Ry Cooder
Mandolin – Ry Cooder
Organ – Garth Hudson
Photography By – David Gahr, Jim Marshall (3)
Piano – Richard Manuel
Producer – Harold Leventhal, Millard Lampell
Resonator Guitar – John Beland
Written-By – Jack Guthrie (tracks: A3), Woody Guthrie (tracks: A1 to B6)

Notas
Highlights from concerts at Carnegie Hall, 1968 and the Hollywood Bowl, 1970. Hollywood Bowl Concert recorded by Warner Bros. Records and promoted by Lou Robin and Allen Tinkley of Sight & Sound Productions. Original UK stereo pressing with plain orange labels, in gatefold sleeve.

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