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John Wesley Harding


B
O B
D Y L A N

JOHN WESLEY HARDING
1967


COLUMBIA
RECORDED 17. OCTOBER 29. NOVEMBER 1967
RELEASED  27. DECEMBER 1967
PRODUCED BY BOB JOHNSON
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John Wesley Harding

MUSICIANS                      

THE SONGS      

                 FIRST LIVE


Bob Dylan - Vocals, Guitar, Harmonica, Piano
Charly McCoy. - Guitar
Kenny Buttey
- Drums
Pete Drake
- Steel Guitar

 


1. John Wesley Harding
2. As I Went Out One Morning
3. I Dreamed I Saw St. Augustine
4. All Along The Watchtower
5. Ballad Of Frankee Lee And Judas Priest
6. The DrifterŽs Escape
7. Dear Landlord
8. I Am A Lonesome Hobo
9. I Pity The Poor Immigrant
10. The Wicked Messenger
11. Down Along The Cove
12. IŽll Be Your Baby Tonight

 


1. never played live 
2. Toronto, 10. January 1974
3. Isle Of White, 31. August 1969 
4. Chicago, 03. January 1974
5. Philadelphia, 10. July 1987
5. Forrest Hills, 28. August 1965
6. Eugene, 30. April 1992 
7. Providence, 25. 10. 1992
8. never played live 
9.
Isle Of White, 31. August 1969 
10. East Rutherford, July 12, 1987
11. Eugene, 14. June 1999 
12. Isle Of White, 31. August 1969 

  DYLAN WORDS  

REVIEWS
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Dylan in his own words
I haven`t fulfilled the balladeer`s job. A balladeer can sit down and sing three ballads for an hour and a half. See, on the album, you have to think about it after you hear it, that`s what takes up the time, but with a ballad, you don`t necessarily have to think about it after you hear it, it can all unfold to you. These melodies on the John Wesley Harding album lack this traditional sense of time. As with the third verse of the `Wicked Messenger, `which opens it up, and then the time schedule takes a jump and soon the song becomes wider. One realizes that when one hears it, but one might have to adapt to it. But we are not hearing anything that isn`t there; anything we can imagine is really there. The same thing is true of the song `All Along The Watchtower,`which opens up a slightly different way, in a stranger way, for here we have the cycle of events working in a rather reverse order.
New York City, October 1969 

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LYRICS

LINERNOTES

OUTTAKES     

VENUE / DATE    

                SESSION SONGS


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Columbia Music Row Studio, Tennessee
17. To 18. October 1967




Columbia Music Row Studio, Tennessee
06. November 1967






Columbia Music Row Studio, Tennessee
21. November 1967

 


The DrifterŽs Escape

I Dreamed I Saw St. Augustine
Ballad Of Frankee Lee And 
Judas Priest



All Along The Watchtower (1)
All Along The Watchtower (2)
John Wesley Harding (1)
John Wesley Harding (2)
As I Went Out One Morning
 I Pity The Poor Immigrant
I Am A Lonesome Hobo

The Wicked Messenger
IŽll Be Your Baby Tonight
Down Along The Cove
Dear Landlord

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