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The Bootleg Series Volumes 1–3 (Rare & Unreleased) 1961–1991
Box set by Bob Dylan
Released March 26, 1991
Recorded November 1961 – March 1989
Genre Rock, folk
Length 229:37
Label Columbia
Producer Jeff Rosen
Professional reviews
Bob Dylan chronology
Under the Red Sky
(1990)
The Bootleg Series Volumes 1–3 (Rare & Unreleased) 1961–1991
(1991)
Good as I Been to You
(1992)

The Bootleg Series Volumes 1–3 (Rare & Unreleased) 1961–1991 is a compilation box set by Bob Dylan. Released in 1991 to satisfy enormous demand for Dylan's much-bootlegged unissued material, it contains rarities and unreleased works from the sessions for 1962's eponymous debut Bob Dylan to 1989's Oh Mercy.

The Bootleg Series Volumes 1–3 (Rare & Unreleased) 1961–1991 went gold in the US, reaching #49, and peaked at #32 in the UK.

Contents

Track listing

All songs by Bob Dylan, except where noted; Dylan claims an arranger's credit on traditional songs.

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Disc one

  1. "Hard Times in New York Town" (December 22, 1961); "Minnesota Hotel Tape," a home tape recorded by Tony Glover
  2. "He Was a Friend of Mine" (November 20, 1961); Bob Dylan outtake; (trad.)
  3. "Man on the Street" (November 22, 1961); Bob Dylan outtake
  4. "No More Auction Block" (October 1962); Live at the Gaslight cafe, Greenwich Village; (trad.)
  5. "House Carpenter" (November 22, 1961) Bob Dylan outtake; (trad.)
  6. "Talkin' Bear Mountain Picnic Massacre Blues" (April 25, 1962) The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan outtake
  7. "Let Me Die In My Footsteps" (April 25, 1962) The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan outtake
  8. "Rambling, Gambling Willie" (April 24, 1962) The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan outtake
  9. "Talkin' Hava Negeilah Blues" (April 25, 1962) The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan outtake
  10. "Quit Your Low Down Ways" (July 9, 1962) The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan outtake
  11. "Worried Blues" (July 9, 1962) The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan outtake; (trad.)
  12. "Kingsport Town" (November 14, 1962) The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan outtake; (trad.)
  13. "Walkin' Down the Line" (1963) Publishing demo for the Witmark Music Publishing Company
  14. "Walls of Red Wing" (April 24, 1963) The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan outtake
  15. "Paths of Victory" (August 12, 1963) The Times They Are A-Changin' outtake
  16. "Talkin' John Birch Paranoid Blues" (October 26, 1963) Live at Carnegie Hall
  17. "Who Killed Davey Moore?" (October 26, 1963) Live at Carnegie Hall
  18. "Only a Hobo" (August 12, 1963) The Times They Are A-Changin' outtake, also considered for Greatest Hits Vol. II
  19. "Moonshiner" (August 12, 1963) The Times They Are A-Changin' outtake; (trad.)
  20. "When the Ship Comes In" (1963) Demo for the Witmark Music Publishing Company
  21. "The Times They Are A-Changin'" (1963) Demo for the Witmark Music Publishing Company
  22. "Last Thoughts on Woody Guthrie" (April 12, 1963) Poem recited live in concert at Town Hall

Disc two

  1. "Seven Curses" (August 6, 1963) The Times They Are A-Changin' outtake
  2. "Eternal Circle" (October 24, 1963) The Times They Are A-Changin' outtake
  3. "Suze (The Cough Song)" (October 24, 1963) The Times They Are A-Changin' outtake
  4. "Mama, You Been on My Mind" (June 9, 1964) Another Side of Bob Dylan outtake
  5. "Farewell, Angelina" (January 13, 1965) Bringing It All Back Home outtake
  6. "Subterranean Homesick Blues" (January 13, 1965) Bringing It All Back Home alternate take (acoustic version)
  7. "If You Gotta Go, Go Now (Or Else You Got to Stay All Night)" (January 15, 1965) Bringing It All Back Home outtake
  8. "Sitting on a Barbed Wire Fence" (June 15, 1965) Highway 61 Revisited outtake
  9. "Like a Rolling Stone" (June 15, 1965) Rehearsal in studio, original short version in 3/4 waltz time
  10. "It Takes a Lot to Laugh, It Takes a Train to Cry" (June 15, 1965) Highway 61 Revisited alternate take
  11. "I'll Keep It with Mine" (January 27, 1966) Rehearsal in studio
  12. "She's Your Lover Now" (January 21, 1966) Blonde on Blonde outtake
  13. "I Shall Be Released" (Fall 1967) Basement Tape recording
  14. "Santa-Fe" (Fall 1967) Basement Tape recording
  15. "If Not for You" (May 1, 1970) New Morning alternate take
  16. "Wallflower" (November 4, 1971) previously unreleased recording
  17. "Nobody 'Cept You" (November 2, 1973) Planet Waves outtake
  18. "Tangled Up in Blue" (September 16, 1974) Blood on the Tracks alternate take
  19. "Call Letter Blues" (September 16, 1974) Blood on the Tracks outtake
  20. "Idiot Wind" (September 19, 1974) Blood on the Tracks alternate take

Disc three

  1. "If You See Her, Say Hello" (September 16, 1974) Blood on the Tracks alternate take
  2. "Golden Loom" (July 30, 1975) Desire outtake
  3. "Catfish" (July 28, 1975) Desire outtake (Dylan/Levy)
  4. "Seven Days" (April 21, 1976) Live performance, Tampa, Florida
  5. "Ye Shall Be Changed" (May 2, 1979) Slow Train Coming outtake
  6. "Every Grain of Sand" (September 23, 1980) Publishing demo for Special Rider Music
  7. "You Changed My Life" (April 23, 1981) Shot of Love outtake
  8. "Need a Woman" (May 4, 1981) Shot of Love outtake
  9. "Angelina" (May 4, 1981) Shot of Love outtake
  10. "Someone's Got a Hold of My Heart" (April 25, 1983) Early version of the song "Tight Connection to My Heart" from Empire Burlesque
  11. "Tell Me" (April 21, 1983) Infidels outtake
  12. "Lord Protect My Child" (May 3, 1983) Infidels outtake
  13. "Foot of Pride" (April 25, 1983) Infidels outtake
  14. "Blind Willie McTell" (May 5, 1983) Infidels outtake
  15. "When the Night Comes Falling from the Sky" (February 19, 1985) Empire Burlesque alternate take
  16. "Series of Dreams" (March 23, 1989) Oh Mercy outtake

Personnel

  • Josh Abbey – Mixing
  • Howard Alk – Photography
  • Joe Alper – Photography
  • Vic Anesini – Mastering
  • Christopher Austopchuk – Art Direction
  • Jim Ball – Mixing
  • John Bauldie – Liner Notes
  • Barry Beckett – Keyboards, Producer
  • Steven Berkowitz – Production Coordination, Marketing
  • Roy Bittan – Keyboards
  • Michael Bloomfield – Guitar
  • Russell Bridges – Bass
  • Harvey Brooks – Bass
  • Charlie Brown – Guitar
  • Tony Brown – Bass
  • Gary Burke – Conga
  • T Bone Burnett – Guitar
  • Kenneth A. Buttrey – Drums
  • Rick Chertoff – Remixing, A&R
  • Alan Clark – Organ, Keyboards
  • John Cohen – Photography
  • Roddy Colonna – Drums
  • Dick Cooper – Photography
  • Richard Crooks – Drums
  • Charlie Daniels – Bass
  • Rick Danko – Bass, Vocals
  • Carolyn Dennis – Vocals (bckgr)
  • Don DeVito – Producer, A&R
  • Rick DiFonzo – Guitar
  • Tim Drummond – Bass
  • Tom Drummond – Bass
  • Sly Dunbar – Drums
  • Bob Dylan – Guitar, Harmonica, Piano, Arranger, Vocals, Producer, Adaptation, Song Adaptation
  • Erik Frandsen – Guitar (Steel), Slide Guitar
  • Glenn Fukunaga – Bass
  • Full Force – Vocals (bckgr)
  • Michael Gallelli – A&R
  • Tim Geelan – Mixing
  • Al Gorgone – Guitar
  • Al Gorgoni – Guitar
  • Robert Grabowski – Studio Arrangements
  • Bobby Gregg – Drums
  • Paul Griffen – Keyboards
  • Paul Griffin – Piano, Drums, Keyboards
  • John Hammond, Jr. – Producer
  • John Hammond, Sr. – Producer
  • Emmylou Harris – Vocals (bckgr)
  • George Harrison – Guitar
  • Regina Havis – Vocals (bckgr)
  • Levon Helm – Drums, Vocals
  • Amy Herot – Studio Operations, Studio Arrangements
  • Garth Hudson – Organ
  • Don Hunstein – Photography, Cover Photo
  • Bob Irwin – Mastering Supervisor
  • Bob Johnson – Producer
  • Bob Johnston – Producer
  • Kathi – Production Assistant
  • Ben Keith – Pedal Steel
  • Jim Keltner – Drums
  • Clydie King – Vocals (bckgr)
  • Mark Knopfler – Guitar, Producer
  • Sanford Konikoff – Drums
  • Al Kooper – Organ
  • Barry Kornfeld – Guitar
  • Danny Kortchmar – Guitar
  • Russ Kunkel – Drums
  • Daniel Lanois – Bass, Guitar, Percussion, Guitar (12 String), Producer
  • Diane Lapson – Production Assistant
  • Nicky Lindeman – Art Direction
  • Little Steven & the Disciples of Soul – Guitar
  • Sandy Lorenzo – Packaging Manager
  • Joseph Macho, Jr. – Bass
  • Joseph Macho – Bass
  • David Mansfield – Mandolin
  • Richard Manuel – Piano, Vocals
  • Vickie Mathis – Production Assistant, Assistant Producer
  • Tom McFaul – Keyboards
  • Bob Neuwirth – Guitar
  • Cyril Neville – Talking Drum
  • Vicky Petrella – Studio Operations, Studio Arrangements
  • Chuck Plotkin – Producer
  • Irene Provisiero – Production Assistant, Assistant Producer
  • Kenny Rankin – Guitar
  • Morgan Renard – Photography
  • Steve Ripley – Guitar
  • Scarlet Rivera – Violin
  • Robbie Robertson – Guitar
  • Mick Ronson – Guitar
  • Jeff Rosen – Producer, Compilation, Compilation Producer
  • Mason Ruffner – Guitar
  • Robbie Shakespeare – Bass
  • Len Siegler – Photography
  • Steven Soles – Guitar
  • Rob Stoner – Bass
  • Sugar Blue – Harmonica
  • Debbie Sweeney – Production Assistant, Assistant Producer
  • Fred Tackett – Guitar
  • Mick Taylor – Guitar
  • Benmont Tench – Organ
  • Jennifer Warnes – Vocals (bckgr)
  • Eric Weissberg – Guitar
  • Jerry Wexler – Producer
  • Bill Whitman – Remixing
  • Mark Wilder – Digital Mastering, Mastering, Mixing
  • Tom Wilson – Producer
  • Pick Withers – Drums
  • Peter Wood – Keyboards
  • Howie Wyeth – Drums

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