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Rare 'Nashville Skyline'-era Bob Dylan recordings discovered after 40 years
Last year's double-disc "Another Self Portrait (1969-1971): The Bootleg Series Vol. 10" was just the tip of the iceberg as far as non-album tracked recorded by Bob Dylan during his prolific late '60s period.
Musicologist and Dylan fan Jeff Gold recently made a discovery of hitherto unknown vault of alternate versions of songs that were recorded during sessions for 1969's countrified "Nashville Skyline" and the divisive 1970 albums "Self Portrait" and "New Morning," according to Rolling Stone.
The find is comprised of 149 acetate records which Dylan used for reference during recording, including never-before-heard takes of Johnny Cash's "Ring of Fire" and "Folsom Prison Blues," and a "gospel-tinged" version of "New Morning's" "Tomorrow Is Such a Long Time."
Gold has placed some of the records for sale on Record Mecca, where some of them are going for thousands of dollars. Get out your checkbook.