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New York 1975 [no label, 1CD]

Live at the Other End, New York City, New York; July 3, 1975. Fairly to very good audience recording.

Thanks to Joe Kivak who recorded the show; lowgen; and to atreides for sharing it at Dime.

Thanks also to serge for the full setlist.

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Set 1
Ramblin’ Jack Elliott: vocals, acoustic guitar
Track 01. San Francisco Bay Blues 4:49
Track 02. Salt Pork, West Virginia 3:06
Track 03. Mule Skinner Blues 3:49
Track 04. Pretty Boy Floyd 4:33
Track 05. Don’t Think Twice, It’s All Right 4:49
Track 06. Talking Columbia 3:13
Track 07. Instrumental/I Threw it All Away 3:42
Track 08. Salty Dog/Seaman’s Blues 2:48
Track 09. House of the Risin’ Sun 5:04
Track 10. Grand Coulee Dam 4:27
Track 11. If I Were a Carpenter 5:56

Set 2
Dave Van Ronk: [Salty Dog]
Bob Neuwirth: [Cindy (When I Get Home)]
Ramblin’ Jack Elliott: vocals, acoustic guitar
Bob Dylan: acoustic guitar, harmony vocals
[With God on Our Side]

Ramblin’Jack Elliott: vocals, acoustic guitar
Bob Dylan: acoustic guitar, harmony vocals

Track 12. The Ballad of Pretty Boy Floyd 3:48
Ramblin’ Jack Elliott: vocals, acoustic guitar
Bob Dylan: acoustic guitar

Track 13. How Long, How Long Blues 3:30
Bob Dylan: vocals, acoustic guitar
Track 14. Abandoned Love 6:50
Ramblin’ Jack Elliott: vocals, acoustic guitar
Track 15. Champagne Don’t Hurt Me, Baby 2:47
Track 16. 1913 Massacre 5:28
Track 17. Southern Touch 0:16
Track 18. audience 3:28
Track 19. Reason to Believe/This Land Is Your Land 2:41

Ramblin’ Jack Elliott / Logan English:
[This Land Is Your Land]
75 mins

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  1. 11 Responses to “BOB DYLAN & RAMBLIN’ JACK ELLIOTT - NEW YORK 1975”

  2. This should be headlined Ramblin Jack Eliot, with Bob Dylan, who only sings lead on one song. And he only appears on the second set. All others he sings harmony. One song he is listed as singing does not appear: “With God On Our Side”. all according to the notes shown.

    By ScarRad on Sep 4, 2017

  3. Dylan only sings harmony on the second set, except for 14. Abandoned Love.

    By ScarRad on Sep 4, 2017

  4. And for all the spelling police, yes, it’s Elliot, not Eliot.

    By ScarRad on Sep 5, 2017

  5. Ramblin’ Jack rode me hard on the Hershey Highway one night after a show in his dressing room. He pounded my sweet little ass so hard I couldn’t shit right for a week. I nibbled on his flesh carrot while I was on all fours and he slapped my butt cheeks with his cowboy hat and screamed “Get ‘em up Scout!” He smelled like he hadn’t bathed in a week, but I didn’t care, somebody famous fucked me.

    By Bebe Buell on Sep 5, 2017

  6. Very funny Moron . Ha Ha Ha

    By The Big Dick on Sep 5, 2017

  7. So Bebe , Did Ramblin Jack have a big cock ?

    By Tony C on Sep 5, 2017

  8. That last comment was not me however I did in fact fuck Rambling Jack sometime in the early seventies. No anal for me though as his cock was so huge that it wouldn’t fit even with lots of lube . I did suck it for awhile before he turned me over and did me doggie style . All of this was backstage ( of course )

    By The Real Bebe Buell on Sep 5, 2017

  9. Great stuff, thanks big o. Real bebe buell-anyone who regularly frequents big o could tell you didn’t write that bebe post because the spelling and punctuation were correct..

    By rozz on Sep 5, 2017

  10. Only a fucking asshole would study the punctuation of two other assholes who write the childish pornographic comments here.

    These nuts on your chin are correct, Rozz. Moron.

    By Rozz Moron on Sep 7, 2017

  11. Only an asshole fucking punctuates the study of childish pornographic writers who comment here. This corrects your nutty chin, Rozz Moron. Moron. I get very wobbly when other people say things I don’t like because i’m a butt puppet.

    By Rozz Moron on Sep 7, 2017

  12. Many thanks …. good old times remembered.

    By Canute on Sep 11, 2017

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