Johnny Cash And Bob Dylan. Johnny Cash And Bob Dylan - The Nashville Tapes (LP, Unofficial). Bob Dylan and Johnny Cash - Nashville 1969 (LP, Ltd, Unofficial, Gre). Clarke Sisters Records.
Bob Dylan’s Next Bootleg Series May Spotlight 1967–1969 Nashville Recordings. Upcoming set could include unheard tapes from ‘John Wesley Harding,’ ‘Nashville Skyline’ and Dylan’s legendary Johnny Cash session. Bob Dylan's next Bootleg Series may concentrate on the 'John Wesley Harding' and 'Nashville Skyline' recording sessions. David Redfern/Redferns. The 14-disc companion set to Martin Scorsese’s Rolling Thunder Revue: A Bob Dylan Story just arrived in stores, but Dylan’s team is already looking ahead to their next archival project. We’re thinking about possibly doing Bob’s work in Nashville from John Wesley Harding through the Johnny Cash sessions as the next Bootleg Series, says a source close to the Bob Dylan camp.
Bob Dylan and Johnny Cash had formed a mutual admiration society even before they met in the early 1960s. Of course, I knew of him before he ever heard of me," Dylan wrote shortly after Cash's death in 2003. In '55 or '56, 'I Walk the Line' played all summer on the radio, and it was different than anything else you had ever heard. On February 17 and 18, 1969, Cash and Dylan recorded more than a dozen duets. Only one of them, a version of Dylan's "Girl From the North Country," made it onto the album, Nashville Skyline. The others were never officially released, but have long been circulating as bootlegs. In the video above, Dylan and Cash work on one of two versions they made of "One Too Many Mornings," a song originally recorded by Dylan in 1964 for The Times They Are a-Changin'. The outtakes Dylan and Cash recorded together are all scattered around Youtube.
Dylan was at Columbia Studios in Nashville finishing the album that would become Nashville Skyline. Near the end, he was joined by Cash, whom he had first met at the 1964 Newport Folk Festival. The two were big fans of each other's work. I had a portable record player that I'd take along on the road," Cash wrote in Cash: The Autobiography
CBS studios, Nashville, TN February 17-18, 1969 Ryman Auditorium, Nashville, TN May 1, 1969 Plus: Nashville Skyline quadraphonic mixes. Bob Dylan and Johnny Cash - 1969-02-17/18 - Nashville, TN (STU/FLAC). Lossless Audio Bootlegs.
Tracklist: 01. One Too Many Mornings 02. One Too Many Mornings 03. Good Old Mountain Dew 04. I Still Miss Someone 05. Careless Love 06.
Nashville Skyline is the ninth studio album by American singer-songwriter Bob Dylan, released on April 9, 1969, by Columbia Records as LP record, reel to reel tape and audio cassette. Building on the rustic style he experimented with on John Wesley Harding, Nashville Skyline displayed a complete immersion into country music
Johnny Cash Bob Dylan (Performer) Format: Vinyl. Nashville Session: February 17 & 18, 1969 - 12" Green Color Vinyl - Double Album - TWO LPS! New Condition - Never Played - Never Sealed.
It looks as though unheard Bob Dylan and Johnny Cash outtakes from 1967-1969 are the next in series of bootlegs to be released from Dylan’s archives. These outtakes occurred specifically during the three days it took to record John Wesley Harding and the eight days it took to record Nashville Skyline. Dylan fans are especially interested in the 5th day of the latter album, February 18th 1969, as that was the day in which Johnny Cash joined him in the studio. The only duet between Cash and Dylan released from this time is a reworked version of Girl From the North Country off the 1969 album, Nashville Skyline, making this upcoming series ever so enticing.