Another Self Portrait (1969-1971): The Bootleg Series, Vol. 10

Another Self Portrait (1969-1971): The Bootleg Series, Vol. 10

by Bob Dylan


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Product Details

Release Date: 08/27/2013
Label: Sony
UPC: 0888837348720
catalogNumber: 373487
Rank: 4663

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Bob Dylan   Primary Artist,Guitar,Harmonica,Piano,Electric Piano,Vocals
Norman Blake   Guitar
Happy Traum   Banjo,Background Vocals
David Bromberg   Dobro,Guitar
George Harrison   Guitar,Vocals
Kooper   Organ,Piano
Robbie Robertson   Guitar
Rick Danko   Bass,Vocals
Ben Keith   Steel Guitar
Ron Cornelius   Guitar
Kenny Buttrey   Drums
Charlie Daniels   Bass,Guitar
Hilda Harris   Background Vocals
Levon Helm   Drums,Vocals
Garth Hudson   Keyboards
Russ Kunkel   Drums
Richard Manuel   Piano,Vocals
Albertine Robinson   Background Vocals
Jeff Rosen   Compield
Bob Wilson   Piano
Stu Woods   Bass
Charlie McCoy   Bass
Kelton Herston   Guitar
Peter Drake   Steel Guitar
Maeretha Stewart   Background Vocals
Alvin Rogers   Drums

Technical Credits

Eric Andersen   Composer
Tom Paxton   Composer
Bob Dylan   Arranger,Composer,Cover Art
Kooper   Producer,Horn Arrangements,String Arrangements
Eddie Noack   Composer
Charles Calello   Horn Arrangements,String Arrangements
Bob Johnston   Producer
Greil Marcus   Liner Notes
Geoff Gans   Art Direction
Michael Simmons   Liner Notes
Debbie Sweeney   Production Collaborator
Will Schwartz   Production Collaborator
Traditional   Composer
Diane Lapson   Production Collaborator
Callie Gladman   Production Collaborator
April Hayes   Production Collaborator
Albert F. Beddoe   Composer
Arie De Reus   Photo Courtesy

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Another Self Portrait (1969-1971): The Bootleg Series, Vol. 10 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
glauver More than 1 year ago
The original Self-Portrait caused a critical meltdown when Bob Dylan dropped in an unsuspecting public in 1970. Now, four plus decades later, he or someone at Columbia is attempting to set the record straight by releasing outtakes and demos from that time. Have they succeeded? Stripping many of SP's songs down to their bare bones simply shows that Dylan was unsure where he was going next. Disc 2, which has some tracks taken from the New Morning and Nashville Skyline sessions, is stronger than the first CD. The set isn't awful. Like the original albums, it just isn't very compelling.