New Bob Dylan Boxset, 3 cds of Nashville recordings, JWH etc....

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  1. rjtwangs

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    Cool looking stuff. Some years ago, I got my hands on many of those Dylan/Cash recordings. I’ve always been intrigued by their mutual admiration society.
     
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    do I get CD or vinyl? Any reason to spend $20 more on vinyl?
     
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    I vote vinyl for two reasons - vinyl sounds better and will have some resale value in the future...probably.
     
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    Finally. JWH has always seemed like the criminally forgotten album in the Bootleg series.
     
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    I can't find contents for some reason. Is it just me or not published yet?
     
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    I'm going to see Bob Dylan in October. Saw him with Tom Petty in the 80s. Gotta check this out.
     
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    BD has been a constant background to my life since around 1965. I tend to think of his albums as "My summer with Julia", "My first divorce" etc. This one will be "My last year at school and on to University". A very important time for me and I'm looking forward to this one a lot.
     
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    Me too! First time for me and I’m pretty pumped.
     
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    All of his albums in that era have a unique sound and production quality all their own- but there's something really special to me about John Wesley Harding. I've loved it all my life, more than any of his other records (Blonde on Blonde a very tight 2nd).

    You know what it is I think I like the most about it? The exquisite bass playing of Charlie McCoy. It's downright holy. A clinic on what to do with a P-Bass.
     
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