The Bootleg Series, Vol. 11: The Basement Tapes - Raw

The Bootleg Series, Vol. 11: The Basement Tapes - Raw

by The Band

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Product Details

Release Date: 11/04/2014
Label: Sony Legacy
UPC: 0888750196729
catalogNumber: 501967
Rank: 10305

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Band   Primary Artist
Bob Dylan   Vocals
Robbie Robertson   Musician
Neil Young   Tape
Rick Danko   Musician
Levon Helm   Musician
Garth Hudson   Musician
Richard Manuel   Musician
Robert Young   Tape

Technical Credits

Johnny Cash   Composer
Bob Dylan   Arranger,Composer,Instrumentation
Rick Danko   Composer
Sid Griffin   Liner Notes
Jan Haust   Liner Notes
Garth Hudson   Engineer,Instrumentation
Richard Manuel   Composer
Geoff Gans   Art Direction
Reid Miles   Original Cover Photography
Bryan Lasley   Layout
Debbie Sweeney   Production Crew
Jack Rollins   Composer
Will Schwartz   Production Crew
Traditional   Composer
Diane Lapson   Production Crew
Callie Gladman   Production Crew
April Hayes   Production Crew
Arie De Reus   Photo Courtesy
Ben Rollins   Liner Notes
Donald I. Robertson   Composer

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Basement Tapes Complete: The Bootleg Series 11 (Bob Dylan) 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
glauver More than 1 year ago
Should you get this set or the original 1975 Basement tapes? After buying and listening to this, I still will hang unto my CD of the original 1975 landmark. It's good (I rated it 4 1/2 stars); this is better. On that album Robbie Robertson overdubbed the original Bob Dylan songs and added some Band outtakes. After a listen to The Basement Tapes Raw, I think he did both the Band and Bob Dylan an injustice. On these restored mixes Robbie, Garth Hudson, Richard Manuel, and Rick Danko all shine and Bob shows off his singing and writing versatility. There are 21 songs here not on the original album, which contained 16 from these sessions. You Ain't Goin' Nowhere appears in two versions. My favorite take is a roaring version of Johnny Cash's Folsom Prison Blues. The funniest song is a chaotic version of Don't Ya Tell Henry complete with a woozy trombone. Neil Young, The Grateful Dead, and The Byrds all drew inspiration from these sessions. Critics claim they inspired Americana, alt-country, the bootlegging industry, and indie rock.. If you want to throw your own Million Dollar Bash, buy the hundred dollar plus six CD set of the complete Basement Tapes.