Bob Dylan – ‎Live Finjan Club, Montreal Canada, July 2, 1962 (1991/2021) [FLAC 24bit, 96 kHz]

Bob Dylan - ‎Live Finjan Club, Montreal Canada, July 2, 1962 (1991/2021) [FLAC 24bit, 96 kHz] Download

Artist: Bob Dylan
Album: ‎Live Finjan Club, Montreal Canada, July 2, 1962
Genre: Folk, Folk Rock
Release Date: 1991/2021
Audio Format:: FLAC (tracks) 24bit, 96 kHz
Duration: 56:35
Total Tracks: 11
Total Size: 909 MB


1-1. Bob Dylan – Death Of Emmett Till (Remastered) (05:12)
1-2. Bob Dylan – Stealin’ (Remastered) (03:04)
1-3. Bob Dylan – Hiram Hubbard (Remastered) (07:11)
1-4. Bob Dylan – Blowin’ In The Wind (Remastered) (05:30)
1-5. Bob Dylan – Rocks And Gravel (Remastered) (07:25)
1-6. Bob Dylan – Quit Your Lowdown Ways (Remastered) (04:06)
1-7. Bob Dylan – He Was A Friend Of Mine (Remastered) (05:47)
1-8. Bob Dylan – Let Me Die In My Footsteps (Remastered) (06:29)
1-9. Bob Dylan – Two Trains Runnin’ (Remastered) (04:21)
1-10. Bob Dylan – Ramblin’ On My Mind (Remastered) (04:16)
1-11. Bob Dylan – Muleskinner Blues (Remastered) (03:09)


The Finjan tape, similar to the early party tapes in that it’s a small group of people, and Dylan’s aware of the tape recorder and is trying to think of interesting songs to play, has many delights, particularly an electrifying version of Muddy Waters’s “Two Trains Running,” a fine loose rendering of “Let Me Die in My Footsteps,” and a haunting fragment of Robert Johnson’s “Rambling on My Mind.” On “Two Trains” Dylan sings, “I’m afraid of everybody/and I can’t trust myself.” The tape also features one of Dylan’s most powerful original blues (if you can draw the line between blues songs he writes and ones be assembles from existing songs; definitely a matter of degree, as is true with most blues singers): “Quit Your Low Down Ways.””The incredible Finjan tape belongs in every collection. Period. This particular CD release is the one to own. Few if any other releases of Finjan can compare to this gem. Some of the other releases have edited out the in between song talking, mistakes, and false starts (which sometimes seem as long as the songs themselves). Nothing is edited here. The CD captures the moment the recorder was turned on and left to run. This has always been a nice quality soundboard recording, but Yellow Dog has brought it to pure perfection. The audience is pin drop quiet. So much so that this could be a studio recording. The tape is so clean that several times you can hear the guitar case snaps etc. when the stage hand opens it to retrieve harmonicas and a capo. Turn up the stereo, and suddenly Dylan is in the room with you”
– Bobsboots (on the Yellow Dog bootleg)

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