"Searching For A Gem"

Bob Dylan's Officially Released Rarities and Obscurities

Audio: 2000

All the songs listed in the Official Rarities section are cross-referenced by song title in these alphabetical pages.
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This yearly page now contains only the main Rarities List! Because "The Essential Bob Dylan" (2000) has been added to the bobdylan.com Albums Page, all items containing this year's new song Things Have Changed are no longer rarities, and have been moved to the corresponding pages in International Stereo Releases. Promotional Items (Albums and Singles) are now here. All Honourable Mentions are now here.

If you have any entries to add to the list or additions/corrections to existing entries, please let me know! Please note I cannot value your Dylan rarities - see the Mission page for reasons why. Contact the dealers on my Trading page for assistance!

Revised: 03 December, 2014.


Titles in red are not available on a currently released Bob Dylan CD (for these see bobdylan.com )

Key to symbols used:
Links to other World Wide Web pages -
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Performances currently available on commercial CD are marked by (these are the ones that count as obscurities rather than as rarities)


Gabrielle - "Rise" - CD album: Go Beat (PolyGram) 07314 549 758-2 (UK), CD release: Go Beat/Universal 314-547-768-2 (USA), Go Beat 549 801 2 (Australia), Jan 2000; Cassette release: Go Beat 07314 547 768 4 (4) (Australia), 2000:


Go Beat 07314 547 758-2 (UK) - album scan from Ole Lien

R-0359 Rise (Bob Dylan/Gabrielle/F. Unger-Hamilton/Ollie Dagois) - a looped sample from the start of the version of Knockin' On Heaven's Door from the Pat Garrett & Billy The Kid soundtrack is used throughout this song, which was #1 in the UK singles chart for several weeks from 30 Jan 2000.

This sample was used with Bob's full agreement, and he is reported to have been so pleased with the result that he waived 50% of his royalties!

Thanks to Ole Lien and Jack Guerreiro for scans and special thanks to Peter Gilmer for the Australian copy. The Australian CD has tiny text round the circumference of the disc saying "MADE IN AUSTRALIA", there is no country indication on the inserts. Thanks to Stuart Moore for scans of the Australian cassette release, which was made in Malaysia.

For a CD-Plus version of this album with extra material, see 2001.


Go Beat 07314 547 768 4 (4) (Australia) - front of cassette release, scan by Stuart Moore

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Go Beat/Universal 314-547-768-2 (USA) - rear insert scan by Jack Guerreiro

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Go Beat/Universal 314-547-768-2 (USA) - CD scan by Jack Guerreiro


Go Beat 549 801 2 (Australia) - front of album with clear sticker (my copy)


Go Beat 549 801 2 (Australia) - CD (my copy)


Go Beat 549 801 2 (Australia) - detail of CD (my copy)


Go Beat 07314 547 768 4 (4) (Australia) - outside of cassette insert, scan by Stuart Moore


Go Beat 07314 547 768 4 (4) (Australia) - cassette Side 1, scan by Stuart Moore

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Go Beat/Universal 314-547-768-2 (USA) - front of album, scan by Jack Guerreiro

Gabrielle - "Rise" - CD singles: Go Beat GOBCD25 561 551 2 (Orange) (UK)/Go Beat GOLCD25 561 552 2 (Blue) (UK), Go Beat 561 641 2 (Australia), Jan 2000:


Go Beat GOBCD25 561 551 2 (UK) - front of CD single with sticker, scan by Jack Guerreiro
The UK single (which went to No. 1 in the charts) was available in two versions: the one in orange has three mixes of the title track while the one in blue has two mixes of the title track and a different third track.


Go Beat GOLCD25 561 552 2 (UK) - front of CD single with sticker, scan by Jack Guerreiro


Go Beat GOBCD25 561 552 2 (UK) - front sticker scan by Jack Guerreiro

Go Beat 561 641 2 (Australia) - front of card sleeve with sticker, scan by Stuart Moore

Go Beat 561 641 2 (Australia) - rear of card sleeve, scan by Stuart Moore

Go Beat GOBCD25 561 551 2 (UK) - front sticker scan by Jack Guerreiro


Go Beat GOLCD25 561 552 2 (UK) - CD single scan by Jack Guerreiro


Go Beat GOBCD25 561 551 2 (UK) - CD single insert unfolded (my copy)


Go Beat GOBCD25 561 551 2 (UK) - CD single (my copy)


Go Beat 561 641 2 (Australia) - CD scan by Stuart Moore

The UK singles were in CD single jewel cases with one insert. The Australian single has three different tracks (two from the blue UK single plus a third) and came in a blue card sleeve with a sticker saying "THE NO. 1 UK SINGLE".

Thanks to Jack Guerreiro and Stuart Moore for scans.


Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers - "Anthology: Through The Years" - 2CD set, MCA 088-170-177-2 (Canada), 2000:


MCA 088-170-177-2 (Canada) - front scan by Jack Guerreiro
R-0318-6 Jammin' Me (Tom Petty/Mike Campbell/Bob Dylan) - Bob Dylan is rumoured to play guitar on this co-composition

For the original from the Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers' MCA album Let Me Up (I've Had Enough) and singles, see 1987.

Thanks to Jack Guerreiro for information and scans.


MCA 088-170-177-2 (Canada) - rear scan by Jack Guerreiro


MCA 088-170-177-2 (Canada) - CD1 scan by Jack Guerreiro (no Dylan)


MCA 088-170-177-2 (Canada) - CD2 scan by Jack Guerreiro (includes R-0318)

Various Artists - "Wonder Boys: Music From The Motion Picture" - film soundtrack album, Columbia/Sony Music Soundtrax CK 63849 (USA), 15 Feb 2000/Columbia/Sony Music Soundtrax COL 497738 2 (Europe), Sep 2000/"Loco Fin De Semana [Crazy Weekend]" - Columbia/Sony Music Soundtrax CDMI 497738 (Mexico), 2001:
For DVD and VHS releases of the Wonder Boys feature film, see VHS & DVD 2000s Part 1.


Columbia/Sony Music Soundtrax CK 63849 (USA) - album cover with sticker (my copy)
This film soundtrack album contains:

R-0299 Things Have Changed - original Oscar-winning song written for this soundtrack, lyrics on bobdylan.com here

R-0299 is no longer a rarity since it is included in The Essential Bob Dylan (2000) on the bobdylan.com albums page. Full details and releases of the Wonder Boys soundtrack album have been moved to International Album Releases (Various Artist Compilations) 2000.

For promo and commercial CD singles with the full 5:10 version of Things Have Changed (R-0299), see International Singles 2000s. Promo and commercial singles with the 3:37 radio edit of Things Have Changed (R-0450) are on this page.


Columbia/Sony Music Soundtrax CK 63849 (USA) - jewel case sticker

"Things Have Changed" - promo CD-R single test pressings, Columbia (Australia), Jan 2000:

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Columbia Australia single track CD-R - scan by John Gaylor


Columbia COL 87 (Australia) - 2-track CD-R, scan by Neale Judd


Columbia COL 87 (Australia) - 2-track CD-R, insert scan by Neale Judd


Columbia COL 87 (Australia) - 2-track CD-R, card sleeve front scan by Neale Judd


Columbia COL 87 (Australia) - 2-track CD-R, card sleeve rear scan by Neale Judd


Columbia COL 87 (Australia) - 2-track CD-R, card sleeve rear with insert, scan by Gerd Rundel

Both CD-Rs contain:

R-0299 Things Have Changed - from the 2000 Wonder Boys soundtrack album, see International Album Releases (Various Artist Compilations) 2000, lyrics on bobdylan.com here
Now no longer a rarity since it is included in The Essential Bob Dylan (2000) on the bobdylan.com albums page

The 2-track CD-R also contains:

R-0450 Things Have Changed - radio edit, 3:37 compared to album version at 5:10

The one-track CD-R is silver - the colours are refractions from the copier. The 2-track CD-R comes in a generic card sleeve with an insert listing the contents. The rear of the card sleeve is plain yellow apart from the URL "www.sonymusic.com.au". Thanks to Hans Seegers for the information that the 2-track CD-R has the catalogue number COL 87.

Thanks to Pachi Becerril, Neale Judd, John Gaylor and Gerd Rundel for information and scans.


Cruzados - " Unreleased Early Recordings" - privately produced CD (no catalogue number) (USA), Feb 2000:
Although this CD is not an "official" CD in the sense that it was not issued by a record company, it is arguably also not a bootleg as some have reported. The CD was privately produced by the band themselves and can only be obtained from the Cruzados' official web-site

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Picture from Cruzados web-site

R-0452 Rising Sun (Hufsteter/Larriva/Marsico/Quintana) - Bob plays harmonica for the Cruzados (then the Plugz), 1984 (4:40)
A re-recorded version of this song without Bob was released on the first Cruzados album just called Cruzados (Arista
ARCD 8383 (CD)/AC 8-8383 (LP), 1985).

The Cruzados were previously known as the Plugz, and accompanied Bob on the NBC TV show "Late Nite With David Letterman" in New York on 22 Mar 1984 for three songs: Don't Start Me Talkin' (the Sonny Boy Williamson blues number), Jokerman and Licence To Kill. A three track EP called Bob Dylan & The Plugz circulated after that, and this EP is definitely a bootleg!

R-0452 was included on a cast-iron official release, the BMG Germany 2CD compilation May Your Song Always Be Sung: The Songs Of Bob Dylan Vol. 3, see 2003. It also appears on the 2007 US Bird Song Records soundtrack album for the 2005 film Camp Burlesque, see 2007, but is not in the film itself (included in VHS & DVD 2000s Part 3 for completeness).


Arista ARCD 8383 (CD)/AC 8-8383 (LP) (USA, 1985) with a non-Dylan version of Rising Sun

Various Artists - "Original Soundtrack: High Fidelity" - film soundtrack album, Hollywood Records HR-62188-2 (USA); Hollywood Records 0109182 HWR (Germany); Hollywood Records HR-62188-2 (Australia), Mar 2000:


Hollywood Records HR-62188-2 (USA) - front scan by Hans Seegers
R-0446 Most Of The Time - this version was reportedly remastered from the original 1989 Oh Mercy version

Oh Mercy was one of three Dylan albums that were remastered in 1997 but which were not released in the remastered CD format at the time. This track appeared to be from that master. It has now been superseded by the remastered hybrid SA-CD release of Oh Mercy.

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Hollywood Records 0109182 HWR (Germany) - front scan by Olav Langum

Hollywood Records HR-62188-2 (Australia) - front scan by Stuart Moore

Harold Lepidus informs me the video/DVD of the film also contains Tonight I'll Be Staying Here With You, see VHS & DVD: Films with Dylan Album Tracks 2000s Part 1.

Thanks to Hans Seegers, Olav Langum and Stuart Moore for scans.


John Oszajca - "From There To Here" - CD: Interscope Records 0694903472 (USA); promo CD single: Interscope Records INTR 10054-2 (USA), 2 May 2000:


Interscope Records 0694903472 (USA) - picture from amazon.com

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Interscope Records 0694903472 (USA) - front scan by Jack Guerreiro

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Interscope Records 0694903472 (USA) - rear with promo sticker, scan by Jack Guerreiro
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Interscope Records 0694903472 (USA) - CD scan by Jack Guerreiro
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Interscope Records INTR 10054-2 (USA) - rear insert of promo CD single, photocopy by Ole Lien
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Interscope Records INTR 10054-2 (USA) - promo CD single, photocopy by Ole Lien

R-0604 Where's Bob Dylan When You Need Him? (John Oszajca/Bob Dylan) - this song by John Oszajca features a sample from License To Kill from Infidels - the first line "Man thinks 'cause he rules the earth he can do with it as he please".

Thanks to Ole Lien for pointing out this item, to Tim Dunn for further information, and to Jack Guerreiro for scans. Ole also has a one-track promo CD single, INTR 10054-2, with just this song on it, shown on right. The CD single is in a standard jewel case without a front insert.


"Angel Flying Too Close to the Ground" - reference CD single, Warner Bros A44127 (USA), 8 May 2000:


Warner Bros A44127 (USA) - front of card sleeve, scan by Hans Seegers
R-0156-4 Angel Flying Too Close to the Ground (Willie Nelson) - Infidels out-take, B-side of single

This reference CD single comes in both a card sleeve with the reverse plain and a jewel case with just a front insert, again plain on the reverse. The version in the jewel case does not have a catalogue number. The title of this song is shown incorrectly as "Angels Flying...". For original releases of this single, see 1983 (some of those got the title wrong, too!). It has never appeared on CD, and is described here as "From Vinyl Source". The CD is dated 5 May 2000.


Warner Bros A44127 (USA) - CD scan by Hans Seegers

This single was made for use in the film "Vanilla Sky" (released in 2001). Sadly this song was not used in the film, and 4th Time Around, the live version from The Bootleg Series Vol. 4: Live 1966, The "Royal Albert Hall" Concert, was used instead.

For the 2001 audio soundtrack album, see International Album Releases (Various Artist Compilations) 2001.

For the film release, see VHS & DVD: Films with Dylan Album Tracks 2000s Part 1.

Thanks to Hans Seegers for information and scans.


"The Best Of Bob Dylan Vol. 2" - compilation CD, Columbia 498361-2 (Limited Edition with Bonus Disc 498361-9), (Europe/Australia)/Sony TVK-24076 (Canada), May 2000:


Columbia 498361 9 (UK) - front including sticker (my copy)

All older tracks on this album have been digitally remastered using SBM - the version of Changing Of The Guards included is the extended version from the 1999 remastered Street-Legal. As the album without the Limited Edition bonus disk no longer contains any rarities, full details are in International Releases (Dylan-only Compilations) 2000s. Only releases of the Limited Edition are now listed here.


Columbia 498361 9 (UK) - CD2 (Limited Edition Bonus Disc) with R-0435 and R-0436

Sony TVK-24076 (Canada) - front scan by Jack Guerreiro (2CD Limited Edition)
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Columbia 498361 9 (UK) - sticker with Limited Edition listing bonus live tracks


Sony TVK-24076 (Canada) - sticker from front of Limited Edition, scan by Jack Guerreiro


Sony TVK-24076 (Canada) - rear scan by Jack Guerreiro (2CD Limited Edition)

Sony CDNEK-1502 (Canada) - CD2 (Limited Edition Bonus Disc) with R-0435 and R-0436, scan by Jack Guerreiro

Columbia 498361 9 (Australia) - rear scan by Bill Hester (2CD Limited Edition)

Columbia 498361 9 (Australia) - CD2 (Limited Edition Bonus Disc) with R-0435 and R-0436, scan by Bill Hester

R-0299 Things Have Changed from The Wonder Boys soundtrack, lyrics on bobdylan.com here
Now no longer a rarity since it is included in The Essential Bob Dylan (2000) on the bobdylan.com albums page.

R-0273 Dignity - original Oh Mercy out-take produced by Daniel Lanois from the Touched By An Angel OST - see 1998, not the 1994 Brendan O'Brien remixed version for Greatest Hits Vol. 3, which retained only Bob's vocal and piano and added new backing
Now no longer a rarity since it is included in Dylan (2007) on the bobdylan.com albums page.

R-0049 Positively 4th Street - slightly longer at 4:10 than the version from the original Bob Dylan's Greatest Hits (USA)/More Bob Dylan's Greatest Hits (UK), which is 3:56
This is the version from the 1966 Columbia Disco Teen 66 compilation, not the original single, which appears on Masterpieces (see 1978) and Biograph (1985). Carsten Baumann informs me that he's checked the version on the stereo release of Disco Teen '66 against this and the version now included on the remastered Bob Dylan's Greatest Hits (US release), and they are the same. This would mean it replaces the single version which now can be purchased only on Biograph. Thanks also to David Goldsmith for confirmation. This stereo version of R-0049 has ceased to be a rarity, and has been moved to the new Released Rarities page! The mono version of R-0049, R-0049M, remains a rarity and is still listed for 1965 and 1966.

The following two tracks were issued on a limited edition bonus CD single given away with The Best Of Bob Dylan Vol. 2 in the UK (and also Australia) in May, 2000:

R-0435    Highlands (live, previously unreleased) - from Santa Cruz Civic Auditorium, Santa Cruz, CA, 16 Mar 2000 (A)

R-0436    Blowin' In The Wind (live, previously unreleased) - again from Santa Cruz Civic Auditorium, Santa Cruz, CA, 16 Mar 2000 (A)
This date has been obtained from fan sources, not from Columbia, I can personally confirm it's correct as I've been contacted by the taper. A US radio station reported this performance was from Nampa, ID, 20 Mar 2000 - this cannot be correct, Bob plays harmonica here and he didn't in Nampa!

Thanks to "Les Memory" for the information that this album with the bonus disc was also released in Australia and to Bill Hester for the scans. The Limited Edition with the bonus disc wasn't released in Japan.

R-0435 appeared on the Sony Music Bob Dylan Custom Mix CD web-site, Apr 2003, see Online Performances (Other).


"The Best Of Bob Dylan Vol. 2: 5 Songs" - promo CD single, Columbia XPCD 1269 (UK), May 2000:
This CD comes in a card sleeve - the cover is the same as the regular album with the additional text "5 SONGS" at the bottom centre. There was also a CD-R of this sampler from Whitfield Recording Studios, London. This comes in a clear plastic sleeve with a paper insert.


Columbia XPCD 1269 (UK) - front of sleeve, scan by Ingo Friedrich

R-0273 Dignity - original Oh Mercy out-take produced by Daniel Lanois from the Touched By An Angel OST - see 1998
Now no longer a rarity since it is included in Dylan (2007) on the bobdylan.com albums page

The other four songs on this promo CD are I Want You; Hurricane; Highway 61 Revisited and Subterranean Homesick Blues. For full details see International Singles 2000s.

Thanks to Ole Lien, Ingo Friedrich and Hervé from France for information and scans.

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Columbia XPCD 1269 (UK) - CD-R insert front, scan by Hervé from France

"The Very Best Of Bob Dylan" - 2CD set, Columbia COL 498540 2 (Sweden), May 2000:
Information from Ole Lien: "
Sweden only 2CD 32-track collection commemorating Dylan's Royal Swedish Academy of Music Polar Music Prize. Comes with deluxe 12 page booklet. Liner notes in Swedish." The front picture is the original of the one used for The Best Of Bob Dylan Vol. 2 above. The Swedish notes are by Lennart Persson.


Columbia COL 498540 2 (Sweden) - front with sticker (my copy)

R-0263-8 Love Sick - live, Grammy Awards, Radio City Music Hall, New York City, 25 Feb 1998 - same as BDC18 (see Online Performances (bobdylan.com) )

R-0299 Things Have Changed lyrics on bobdylan.com here, from The Wonder Boys soundtrack
Now no longer a rarity since it is included in The Essential Bob Dylan (2000) on the bobdylan.com albums page.


Columbia COL 498540 2 (Sweden) - sticker on jewel case


Columbia COL 498540 2 (Sweden) - front insert (rear is plain white with just Columbia details)


Columbia COL 498540 2 (Sweden) - rear with "MADE IN HOLLAND" sticker, scan by Jack Guerreiro


Columbia COL 498540 2 (Sweden) - rear insert


Columbia COL 498540 2 (Sweden) - CD1


Columbia COL 498540 2 (Sweden) - CD2


Columbia COL 498540 2 (Sweden) - CD1 scan by Jack Guerreiro (alternate design)


Columbia COL 498540 2 (Sweden) - CD2 scan by Jack Guerreiro (alternate design)

The other 29 tracks are current album versions, the version of Changin' Of The Guards is this time the original 1978 Street-Legal version (today only found on CD on Greatest Hits Vol. 3).

Jack Guerreiro's copy of COL 498540 2 has the same artwork but a slightly different CD design with a white vertical stripe instead of yellow.

It has a "MADE IN HOLLAND" sticker on the back of the jewel case, but Hans Seegers assures me this is incorrect.


"Things Have Changed" - promo CD-R single, Columbia (no catalogue number) (UK), Jan 2000:


CD-R scan by Gerd Rundel
This single track CD-R contains R-0450.

R-0450-2 Things Have Changed - radio edit, 3:37 compared to album version at 5:10
Thanks to Onno Mastenbroek for pointing out that the video edit of Things Have Changed (as seen on bobdylan.com and included on the UK CD single, see below) is not the same as this edit.

Thanks to Gerd Rundel for information and scan.


"Things Have Changed" - promo CD single, Columbia COL 669333 1 (Europe), May 2000:
This two-track CD single was manufactured in Austria for distribution in Europe and comes in a card sleeve. The CD is in the style of a purple old-style Columbia label.


Columbia COL 669333 1 (Europe) -
front of card sleeve, scan by Hans Seegers

This two-track CD single contains R-0450 as above plus:

R-0443 Make You Feel My Love - live, available previously on bobdylan.com, now identified as BDC26, Pauley Pavilion, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA, 21 May 1998 (see Online Performances (bobdylan.com), and not BDC53, UNO Lakefront Arena, New Orleans, LA, 3 Feb 1999, also see Online Performances (bobdylan.com) )

R-0443 also appeared on the Sony Music Bob Dylan Custom Mix CD web-site, Apr 2003, see Online Performances (Other).

Thanks to Hans Seegers for information and scans.


Columbia COL 669333 1 (Europe) - back of card sleeve, scan by Hans Seegers

Columbia COL 669333 1 (Europe) - CD scan by Hans Seegers

"Things Have Changed" - CD single, Columbia COL 669333 2 (Europe), May 2000:
This four-track CD was manufactured in Austria for distribution in Europe and comes in a thin CD single jewel case. The CD is in the style of a bronze old-style Columbia label.


Columbia COL 669333 2 (Europe) - scan from Ole Lien

R-0450-3 Things Have Changed - radio edit of song from Wonder Boys, 3:37

R-0443-2 Make You Feel My Love - live, Pauley Pavilion, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA, 21 May 1998 (same as BDC26 - see Online Performances (bobdylan.com) )

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Columbia COL 669333 2 (Europe) - insert scan from Ole Lien

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Columbia COL 669333 2 (Europe) - CD scan by Hans Seegers

R-0444 Song To Woody - live, previously unreleased, from Santa Cruz Civic Auditorium, Santa Cruz, CA, 16 Mar 2000 as R-0435 and R-0436 (see above)
Again, as for R-0435 and R-0436, this date has been obtained from fan sources, not from Columbia.

The CD single also contains the album version of Hurricane from Desire, as featured in Norman Jewison's film "Hurricane" on release in Europe in May 2000, see Films with Dylan Album Tracks.

Thanks to Hans Seegers and Ole Lien for information and scans.


Nine Days - "The Madding Crowd", 550/Epic CK 63634 (USA); 550/Epic 498026 2 (UK), May 2000:

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550/Epic CK 63634 (USA) - front with sticker, scan by Jack Guerreiro
R-0459 Bob Dylan (John Hampton/Brian Desveaux) - a tribute from the debut album of this Long Island-based band which contains samples of several Dylan songs including It's All Over Now, Baby Blue

For more information and an audio sample see the Nine Days web-site

Thanks to Peter Coulthard and Jack Guerreiro for information and scans.

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550/Epic CK 63634 (USA) - rear scan by Jack Guerreiro


550/Epic 498026 2 (UK) - front scan by Peter Coulthard

550/Epic 498026 2 (UK) - booklet page with Dylan credit, scan by Peter Coulthard

550/Epic 498026 2 (UK) - rear insert scan by Peter Coulthard

550/Epic 498026 2 (UK) - reverse of rear insert (under clear CD tray), scan by Peter Coulthard


550/Epic 498026 2 (UK) - CD scan by Peter Coulthard

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550/Epic CK 63634 (USA) - CD scan by Jack Guerreiro

Various Artists - "The Best Pepsi Chart Album 2000" - 2CD compilation, EMI 849159 (UK), 23 May 2000:


EMI 849159 (UK) - picture from allmusic.com
R-0359-2 Rise (Bob Dylan/Gabrielle/F. Unger-Hamilton/Ollie Dagois) - a looped sample from the start of the version of Knockin' On Heaven's Door from the Pat Garrett & Billy The Kid soundtrack is used throughout this song performed by UK soul singer Gabrielle

For the original single and album by Gabrielle, see above.


Various Artists - "Kiss House Nation 2000" - 2CD compilation, Universal International 157605 (UK), 23 May 2000:


Universal International 157605 (UK) - picture from allmusic.com
R-0359-3 Rise (Bob Dylan/Gabrielle/F. Unger-Hamilton/Ollie Dagois) - a looped sample from the start of the version of Knockin' On Heaven's Door from the Pat Garrett & Billy The Kid soundtrack is used throughout this song performed by UK soul singer Gabrielle

For the original single and album by Gabrielle, see above.


Various Artists - "Bravo Hits 29" - 2CD compilation, WEA International 38662 (Germany), 28 May 2000:


Universal International 157605 (UK) - picture from allmusic.com
R-0359-4 Rise (Bob Dylan/Gabrielle/F. Unger-Hamilton/Ollie Dagois) - a looped sample from the start of the version of Knockin' On Heaven's Door from the Pat Garrett & Billy The Kid soundtrack is used throughout this song performed by UK soul singer Gabrielle

For the original single and album by Gabrielle, see above.


"Things Have Changed/Dylan Alive Vol. 3" - CD single, SME (Sony Music Entertainment) Records SRCS 2306 (Japan), 21 Jun 2000:


SME Records SRCS 2306 (Japan) - front with obi, scan by Jack Guerreiro
R-0299 Things Have Changed lyrics on bobdylan.com here, from The Wonder Boys soundtrack
Now no longer a rarity since it is included in The Essential Bob Dylan (2000) on the bobdylan.com albums page.

R-0435-2 Highlands - live, from Santa Cruz Civic Auditorium, Santa Cruz, CA, 16 Mar 2000, from the bonus CD with the European Best Of Bob Dylan Vol. 2 limited edition

R-0436-2 Blowin' In The Wind - live, from Santa Cruz Civic Auditorium, Santa Cruz, CA, 16 Mar 2000, from the bonus CD with the European Best Of Bob Dylan Vol. 2 limited edition

R-0443-3 Make You Feel My Love - live, Pauley Pavilion, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA, 21 May 1998 (same as BDC26 - see Online Performances (bobdylan.com) )

The CD copy illustrated is a promo, with a promo sticker on the rear insert and a promo stamp on the CD itself. The cassette promo release has a yellow card insert which is blank on the inside and yellow paper labels. It has truncated versions of Highlands and Blowin' In The Wind. Each side has all four tracks, but on Side 1 the handwritten Japanese text in red says "Track 2 (Highlands) cuts out abruptly" and on Side 2 it says "Track 3 (Blowin') cuts out abruptly".

Thanks to Jack Guerreiro And Sonny Boy McFitzson for information and scans.


SME Records SRCS 2306 (Japan) - front scan by Jack Guerreiro


SME Records SRCS 2306 (Japan) - promo cassette insert, scan by Sonny Boy McFitzson


SME Records SRCS 2306 (Japan) - rear scan by Jack Guerreiro


SME Records SRCS 2306 (Japan) - detail of rear with promo sticker, scan by Jack Guerreiro


SME Records SRCS 2306 (Japan) - CD scan by Jack Guerreiro


SME Records SRCS 2306 (Japan) - detail of CD with promo stamp, scan by Jack Guerreiro


SME Records SRCS 2306 (Japan) - obi scan by Jack Guerreiro


SME Records SRCS 2306 (Japan) - promo cassette Side 1, scan by Sonny Boy McFitzson


SME Records SRCS 2306 (Japan) - promo cassette Side 2, scan by Sonny Boy McFitzson (same as Side 1)


Various Artists - "Selections From The Best Of Broadside 1962-1988"- promo CD single, Smithsonian Folkways Records PROMO CD 40129-P (USA), Jun 2000, reissued 2006:
This single CD sampler is in a digipak. "Blind Boy Grunt" is identified as Bob. For the Aug 2000 release of the full 5CD set, see below.


Smithsonian Folkways Records PROMO CD 40129-P (USA) - front scan by Hans Seegers
R-0083-2 The Ballad Of Donald White - lyrics on bobdylan.com here, from "The Broadside Show" radio broadcast, WBAI-FM, New York, May 1962, from Broadside Ballads Vol. 6: Broadside Reunion, see 1972
R-0083 is also on Introducing Bob Dylan, Pacifica Radio Archives (USA), 2008

Thanks to Steve Wilkison for the information, also to Mike Harding for playing this track on BBC Radio 2! Thanks to Hans Seegers for scans of the 2000 glass mastered CD sampler and to Jack Guerreiro for scans of the 2006 CD-R reissue.

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Smithsonian Folkways Records PROMO CD 40129-P (USA) - 2006 CD-R scan by Jack Guerreiro


Smithsonian Folkways Records PROMO CD 40129-P (USA) - 2000 CD scan by Hans Seegers


Smithsonian Folkways Records PROMO CD 40129-P (USA) - outside of 2000 digipak, scan by Hans Seegers

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Smithsonian Folkways Records PROMO CD 40129-P (USA) - inside of 2006 digipak with CD-R, scan by Jack Guerreiro

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Smithsonian Folkways Records PROMO CD 40129-P (USA) - detail of 2006 CD-R, scan by Jack Guerreiro


Various Artists - "Galaxy Hit Mix" - 2CD compilation, Ministry Of Sound 53004 (UK), 20 Jun 2000:


Ministry Of Sound 53004 (UK) - picture from allmusic.com
R-0359-5 Rise (Bob Dylan/Gabrielle/F. Unger-Hamilton/Ollie Dagois) - a looped sample from the start of the version of Knockin' On Heaven's Door from the Pat Garrett & Billy The Kid soundtrack is used throughout this song performed by UK soul singer Gabrielle

For the original single and album by Gabrielle, see above.


Various Artists - "Jesus' Son" Original Motion Picture Soundtrack album - Hollywood Records 165505 (USA), 28 Jun 2000; Mammoth Records 0113272MAM (Germany), 27 Jun 2000; Mammoth Records MR-65505-2 (Australia), 2000:


Mammoth Records 0113272MAM (Germany) - scan by Hans Seegers
R-0090-7 (Is Anybody Going To) San Antone (Dave Kirby-Glen Martin) - Bob plays guitar, organ and provides backup vocals for Doug Sahm

For the DVD and VHS releases of this 1999 film, see VHS & DVD 1990s Part 2. The film soundtrack also contains the instrumental Bunkhouse Theme from Pat Garrett & Billy The Kid, but it isn't on this album. The Australian Mammoth Records release shown was made in the USA.


Mammoth Records 0113272MAM (Germany) - unfolded front insert, scan by Hans Seegers


Mammoth Records 0113272MAM (Germany) - rear insert scan by Hans Seegers


Mammoth Records MR-65505-2 (Australia) - inside booklet scan by Stuart Moore


Mammoth Records MR-65505-2 (Australia) - unfolded front insert, scan by Stuart Moore


Mammoth Records MR-65505-2 (Australia) - rear insert scan by Stuart Moore


Mammoth Records MR-65505-2 (Australia) - CD scan by Stuart Moore


Mammoth Records 0113272MAM (Germany) - CD scan by Hans Seegers

For the original release of R-0090 on the Atlantic album Doug Sahm & Band, see 1973.

Also released on CD as follows:
The Best Of Doug Sahm & The Sir Douglas Quintet 1968-1975, see 1990
Doug Sahm & Friends: The Best Of Doug Sahm (Atlantic Sessions)
- see 1992
Promo compilation CD Wex On Wax: A Tribute To Jerry Wexler, see 1999
Rhino Handmade 2CD US compilation The Genuine Texas Groover, see 2003
Nascente Records UK 2CD compilation
Bar Nashville: Classic & New Country Flavours, see 2008
Rhino US promo 2CD compilation Rhino Presents Atlantic And Atco Remasters Series, also see 2008

Thanks to Hans Seegers, Jack Guerreiro and Stuart Moore for information and scans.


Harry Belafonte - "The Greatest Hits Of Harry Belafonte" - compilation 3CD set, Phantom Sound & Vision (catalogue number?) (USA), 25 Jul 2000, re-released 11 Dec 2007:

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Picture from amazon.com
R-0001-17 Midnight Special (Huddie Ledbetter "Lead Belly") - Bob plays harmonica on the title track of Harry Belafonte's 1962 The Midnight Special album (stereo version)

For details of the original album, see 1962.


Various Artists - "Stolen Roses: Songs Of The Grateful Dead" - tribute compilation CD, Grateful Dead Records GDCD 4073 (BMG/Arista) (USA), 8 Aug 2000:


Grateful Dead Records GDCD 4073 (USA) - front (my copy)


Grateful Dead Records GDCD 4073 (USA) - front insert


Grateful Dead Records GDCD 4073 (USA) - rear insert


Grateful Dead Records GDCD 4073 (USA) - CD


Grateful Dead Records GDCD 4073 (USA) - sticker on shrink-wrap
R-0369 Friend Of The Devil (Robert Hunter/Jerry Garcia/John Dawson) - live from Club Rio, Las Vegas, NV, 1 Mar 1999, previously unreleased

This is not as previously reported one of the two performances from bobdylan.com (see the Online Performances (bobdylan.com) ). It has now been positively identified by Carsten Baumann and Masato Kato as being the performance above.

The sticker shown from the shrink-wrap of the unopened CD is transparent. It was difficult to read clearly when in place, so has been scanned against a white background. The front insert is a 16-page booklet, and the artwork on the back page is repeated on the picture CD.


Ramblin' Jack Elliott plus Guests - "The Ballad of Ramblin' Jack Original Soundtrack" - film soundtrack CD, promo release: Vanguard 763-2 (USA), Aug 2000; commercial release: Vanguard 79575-2 (USA), 15 Aug 2000/Vanguard VCD 79575-2 (Germany), 2000:
For the May 2001 VHS and DVD release, see the VHS & DVD 2000s Part 1 page. The child shown on the front insert is Aiyana Elliott, who produced and narrates this film about her father. The promo CD is in a plain white card sleeve with an information sticker on the front.


Vanguard 79575-2 (USA) - front scan by Hans Seegers
R-0324 Acne (Eric von Schmidt) - with Ramblin' Jack Elliott, previously unreleased

This a spoof early 1960s teenage angst ballad recorded at the Riverside Church, New York, on 29th July, 1961 for the WRVR radio programme "Saturday Of Folk Music" and broadcast the same day.

The album also includes Jack Elliott singing Don't Think Twice, It's All Right. For more information, see the Vanguard Records web-site   For another 2000 Jack Elliott CD release with Dylan content, Best Of The Vanguard Years, see below.


Vanguard 763-2 (USA) - promo front scan by Hans Seegers (reverse is plain white)

Vanguard 763-2 (USA) - promo CD scan by Jack Guerreiro

Vanguard 79575-2 (USA) - sticker scan by Hans Seegers

Vanguard 79575-2 (USA) - rear scan by Hans Seegers


Vanguard 79575-2 (USA) - front insert scan by Stuart Moore


Vanguard 79575-2 (USA) - inside page scan by Stuart Moore

Vanguard 79575-2 (USA) - rear insert scan by Stuart Moore

Vanguard 79575-2 (USA) - CD scan by Stuart Moore


Vanguard VCD 79575-2 (Germany) - front scan by Hans Seegers


Vanguard VCD 79575-2 (Germany) - front insert scan by Hans Seegers


Vanguard VCD 79575-2 (Germany) - inside page scan by Hans Seegers

Vanguard VCD 79575-2 (Germany) - rear insert scan by Hans Seegers

Vanguard VCD 79575-2 (Germany) - CD scan by Hans Seegers

The US promo CD is in a card sleeve with the reverse plain white. The German release was also exported to Benelux, France, Spain, Italy, Scandinavia and Portugal.

In the 1961 radio broadcast Bob also performed the traditional songs Handsome Molly (for another performance of this song see R-0467 on the Japanese live album Bob Dylan Live 1961-2000: Thirty-Nine Years Of Great Concert Performances in 2001), Naomi Wise and Poor Lazarus, and played harmonica for Danny Kalb on Mean Old Railroad.

Thanks to Hans Seegers and Jack Guerreiro for information and scans.


Harry Belafonte - "Greatest Hits" - 3 CD set, BMG 0786 3674 032 (USA), 21 Aug 2000:


BMG 0786 3674 032 (USA) - picture from amazon.com

R-0001-18 Midnight Special (Huddie Ledbetter "Lead Belly") - Bob plays harmonica on the title track of Harry Belafonte's 1962 The Midnight Special album (stereo version)

For details of the original album, see 1962.


Various Artists - "The Best Of Broadside 1962-1988" - 5CD boxed set, Smithsonian Folkways Records SFW CD 40130 (USA), 22 Aug 2000:
 For a Jun 2000 promo CD selected from this set, see above.

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Smithsonian Folkways Records SFW CD 40130 (USA) - picture from Smithsonian Folkways web-site

R-0026-4 John Brown - original version, Feb 1963, from Broadside Ballads Vol. 1, see 1963
Thanks to Peter Gilmer for pointing out this is slightly edited from the 1963 version in that two lyric stumbles have been removed.

R-0028-2 I Will Not Go Down Under The Ground [Let Me Die in My Footsteps] - Bob accompanies Happy Traum, Jan 1963, alternate version to the one released on The Bootleg Series Vols. 1-3, from Broadside Ballads Vol. 1, see 1963

R-0083-3 The Ballad Of Donald White - lyrics on bobdylan.com here, from "The Broadside Show" radio broadcast, WBAI-FM, New York, May 1962, from Broadside Ballads Vol. 6: Broadside Reunion, see 1972
R-0083 is also on Introducing Bob Dylan, Pacifica Radio Archives (USA), 2008

These performances were originally attributed to "Blind Boy Grunt", but they are now credited to Bob Dylan.

R-0458-2 Paths Of Victory - Bob is rumoured to sing backup vocals on this cover version by The Broadside Singers from Broadside Ballads Vol. 3: The Broadside Singers, 1964
Thanks to Jack Guerreiro for confirming this possible Dylan involvement from the Smithsonian Folkways web-site (this site listed it before they did). It's worth adding the caveat that the recording took place in New York on 29 Oct 1964 and neither Glen Dundas nor Michael Krogsgaard list a Dylan involvement in this date.

Jean-Pol Hiernaux informs me that much of the Broadside/Folkways music is now downloadable from the Smithsonian Folkways site. However, none of the tracks by Blind Boy Grunt are included! Thanks to Thierry van Reeth for further information.


Smithsonian Folkways Records SFW CD 40130 (USA) - booklet page describing R-0458, scan by Jack Guerreiro

Various Artists - "Renaissance Ibiza" - compilation of remixes by Deep Dish, Renaissance 10022 (USA)/Yoshitoshi 2 (Japan), 29 Aug 2000:


Renaissance 10022 (USA) - picture from allmusic.com
R-0359-6 Rise (Bob Dylan/Gabrielle/F. Unger-Hamilton/Ollie Dagois) - a looped sample from the start of the version of Knockin' On Heaven's Door from the Pat Garrett & Billy The Kid soundtrack is used throughout this song performed by UK soul singer Gabrielle

Thanks to Freddy Ordońez Araque for pointing out this album and to Tim Dunn for identifying the sample. For the original single and album by Gabrielle, see above.


"Million Miles: Live Recordings 1997-1999" - promo CD single, Columbia SAMPCM 7194 (Europe), Sep 2000:
This item was being given away in Virgin Records stores at the time of the UK tour. This promo CD single was released in the USA as Columbia CSK-42171-S1 in 1999.


Columbia SAMPCM 7194 (Europe) - scan by Colin Hindson

R-0263-9 Love Sick - live, Grammy Awards, Radio City Music Hall, New York City, 25 Feb 1998 - same as BDC18 (see Online Performances (bobdylan.com) ), previously released on  the European Columbia Love Sick singles, also on a bonus disc included with the Australian tour limited edition of Time Out Of Mind, 1998 (for both see 1998)

R-0270-5 Can't Wait - live, El Rey Theater, Los Angeles, 20 Dec 1997, previously released on  the 1998 European Columbia Love Sick singles, also on a bonus disc included with the Australian tour limited edition of Time Out Of Mind, for both see 1998

R-0279-2 Million Miles - live, Broome County Arena, Binghamton, NY, 19 Feb 1999 - track which debuted on the equivalent US version of this single, see 1999

R-0267-7 Cold Irons Bound - live, El Rey Theater, Los Angeles, 16 Dec 1997 - same as BDC7 (see Online Performances (bobdylan.com) ), previously released on  the European Columbia Love Sick singles, also on a bonus disc included with the Australian tour limited edition of Time Out Of Mind, 1998 (for both see 1998), and now also available on the 2001 Japanese live compilation Bob Dylan Live 1961-2000: Thirty Nine Years Of Great Concert Performances.
This performance is misdated 20 Dec 1997 - although Bob did perform Cold Irons Bound on that date, that performance has never been officially released.

Thanks to Paul Dickerson for the information and to Colin Hindson for the scan.

Various Artists - "G-A-Y" - 2CD compilation, London 838768 (UK), 19 Sep 2000:


London 838768 (UK) - picture from allmusic.com
R-0359-7 Rise (Bob Dylan/Gabrielle/F. Unger-Hamilton/Ollie Dagois) - a looped sample from the start of the version of Knockin' On Heaven's Door from the Pat Garrett & Billy The Kid soundtrack is used throughout this song performed by UK soul singer Gabrielle

For the original single and album by Gabrielle, see above.


Various Artists - "Kuschelrock, Vol. 14" - 2CD compilation, Sony International 498316 (Germany), 19 Sep 2000:


Sony International 498316 (Germany) - picture from allmusic.com
R-0359-8 Rise (Bob Dylan/Gabrielle/F. Unger-Hamilton/Ollie Dagois) - a looped sample from the start of the version of Knockin' On Heaven's Door from the Pat Garrett & Billy The Kid soundtrack is used throughout this song performed by UK soul singer Gabrielle

For the original single and album by Gabrielle, see above.


Various Artists - "Top of the Pops 2000, Vol. 1" - 2CD compilation, Universal 541197 (UK), 29 Sep 2000:


Universal 541197 (UK) - picture from allmusic.com
R-0359-9 Rise (Bob Dylan/Gabrielle/F. Unger-Hamilton/Ollie Dagois) - a looped sample from the start of the version of Knockin' On Heaven's Door from the Pat Garrett & Billy The Kid soundtrack is used throughout this song performed by UK soul singer Gabrielle

For the original single and album by Gabrielle, see above.


"Things Have Changed" - CD and 7" singles, Columbia (US/UK/mainland Europe), Oct 2000:


Columbia 669379 7 (UK) - limited edition numbered 7" single front (my copy)


Columbia 669379 2 (UK) - CD single front (my copy)

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Columbia 669379 2 (UK) - sticker on front of jewel case

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Columbia 669379 2 (UK) - CD single insert unfolded


Columbia 669379 2 (UK) - CD single


Columbia 669379 7 (UK) - close-up of front sticker


Columbia 669379 7 (UK) - detail from sleeve front with limited edition number


Columbia 669379 7 (UK) - limited edition numbered 7" single back


Columbia 669379 7 (UK) - A-side


Columbia 669379 7 (UK) - A-side detail with "45 RPM"


Columbia 669379 7 (UK) - B-side

Columbia US test pressing - picture from eBay

Columbia SAMPCS 6693 (UK) - CD single test pressing, insert scan by Pachi Becerril


Columbia SAMPCS 6693 (UK) - CD single test pressing, scan by Pachi Becerril


Columbia SAMPCS 8607 1 (Europe) - promo CD single (my copy, without inserts)

Columbia 669379 2 (UK) - CD single

R-0450-4 Things Have Changed - radio edit, 3:37

R-0443-4 Make You Feel My Love - live, Pauley Pavilion, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA, 21 May 1998 (same as BDC26 - see Online Performances (bobdylan.com) )

This single also contains the album version of Hurricane from Desire (again because of the Norman Jewison movie) and a "CD Extra" video of the Things Have Changed edited version - not the full length video which appears on the Wonder Boys DVD - see the VHS & DVD 2000s Part 1 page.

The sticker (left) promises "live recordings", but only Make You Feel My Love is included.

Columbia 669379 7 (UK) - limited edition numbered 7" single

R-0299 Things Have Changed lyrics on bobdylan.com here, A-side
Now no longer a rarity since it is included in The Essential Bob Dylan (2000) on the bobdylan.com albums page.

R-0272-4 Blind Willie McTell - live, Jones Beach, NY, 17 Aug 1997 - B-side, same as BDC2 (see Online Performances (bobdylan.com) ), and previously released on European Love Sick singles and on the Time Out Of Mind Australian tour edition, 1998

The single has unusual grey labels with Columbia only in very small text. Although it says "45 RPM" on the record label, the record actually plays at 33⅓ RPM.

Columbia US test pressing

Illustrated from eBay is a US test pressing with only the radio edit of Things Have Changed in a black and white card sleeve and apparently no catalogue number (thanks to Anthony Pignataro).

Columbia SAMPCS 8607 1 (Europe)/Columbia SAMPCS 6693 (UK) - promo CD singles

R-0450-5 Things Have Changed - radio edit, 3:37

The European  promo CD single Columbia SAMPCS 8907 1 comes in a slimline jewel case with no inserts and contains the edited version of Things Have Changed only. Shown is my copy.  Thanks to Jarmo Palokallio and Řyvind Svele for the information. This was released in the UK as SAMPCS 6693, see below.

The UK one-track CD-R promo with just R-0450 had a black and white folded sleeve. This is the same as the European version Columbia SAMPCS 8607 1, see above.

Thanks to Hervé from France for information and Pachi Becerril for scans.


Harry Belafonte - "The Best Of Harry Belafonte" - compilation CD, RCA Camden 7432 1789 482 (UK), 16 Oct 2000:
This budget CD was made by Camden/BMG in the UK for distribution to the UK, Holland and Germany.


RCA Camden 7432 1789 482 (UK) - scan by Hans Seegers


RCA Camden 7432 1789 482 (UK) - front insert scan by Hans Seegers


RCA Camden 7432 1789 482 (UK) - rear insert scan by Hans Seegers


RCA Camden 7432 1789 482 (UK) - CD scan by Hans Seegers


RCA Camden 7432 1789 482 (UK) - alternate CD scan by Jack Guerreiro

R-0001-19 Midnight Special (Huddie Ledbetter "Lead Belly") - Bob plays harmonica on the title track of Harry Belafonte's 1962 The Midnight Special album (stereo version)

For details of the original album, see 1962.

Thanks to Hans Seegers and Jack Guerreiro for information and scans. The CD from Jack Guerreiro's album has a white title, whereas Hans Seegers' copy has an orange title.


Ramblin' Jack Elliott - "Best Of The Vanguard Years" - compilation CD, Vanguard 79573-2 (USA)/Vanguard VCD 79573-2 (Europe), 31 Oct 2000:


Vanguard 79573-2 (USA) - picture from Vanguard web-site

R-0019-5 Will The Circle Be Unbroken? (traditional) - Bob plays harmonica (stereo version), from the 1964 Vanguard album Jack Elliott, recorded New York, late 1963/early 1964, see 1964
Bob is credited as "Tedham Porterhouse (AKA Bob Dylan), mouth harp on track 2".

R-0019 also appears on the Vanguard Jack Elliott compilations The Essential Ramblin' Jack Elliot (original 2LP set - 1976, single CD release - 1998), Jack Elliott Plus Live (Vanguard/King Record Co KICP-2027, Japan, 1990), Best Of The Vanguard Years (2000) and Vanguard Visionaries: Ramblin' Jack Elliott (2007), and also on the various artists compilation Vanguard Sessions: Folk Hits (1998). For more information, see the Vanguard Records web-site . For another 2000 Jack Elliott CD release with Dylan content, The Ballad Of Ramblin' Jack, see above.

Thanks to Jean-Pol Hiernaux for the information that this compilation in fact contains all 12 tracks of the 1964 album, plus 13 previously unreleased tracks, and scans of the European release. Thanks to Jack Guerreiro for scans of the US release.
 


Vanguard 79573-2 (USA) - front of jewel case, scan by Jack Guerreiro


Vanguard 79573-2 (USA) - detail from booklet, scan by Jack Guerreiro


Vanguard 79573-2 (USA) - rear insert scan by Jack Guerreiro


Vanguard 79573-2 (USA) - CD scan by Jack Guerreiro


Vanguard VCD 79573-2 (Europe) - rear insert scan by Jean-Pol Hiernaux


Vanguard VCD 79573-2 (Europe) - reverse of rear insert, scan by Jean-Pol Hiernaux


Various Artists - "2 Steps Ahead" - 2CD compilation, PolyGram International 560276 (UK), 31 Oct 2000:


PolyGram International 560276 (UK) - picture from allmusic.com
R-0359-10 Rise (Bob Dylan/Gabrielle/F. Unger-Hamilton/Ollie Dagois) - a looped sample from the start of the version of Knockin' On Heaven's Door from the Pat Garrett & Billy The Kid soundtrack is used throughout this song performed by UK soul singer Gabrielle

For the original single and album by Gabrielle, see above.


Flatt & Scruggs: "Earl Scruggs Performing With His Family And Friends"/"Nashville Airplane", Collectable Records COL-CD- 6475/Sony Music Special Products A-30780 (USA), 14 Nov 2000:

   

Collectable Records COL-CD- 6475/ Sony Music Special Products A-30780 (USA) - picture from Collectables Records web-site
This "2 on 1" re-release contains two original Columbia albums from 1971 and 1972 on a single CD.

R-0074-4 Nashville Skyline Rag - version with Earl Scruggs on banjo and Bob on guitar, recorded at Tom Allen's home, Carmel, NY, Dec 1970

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Collectable Records COL-CD- 6475/ Sony Music Special Products A-30780 (USA) - rear insert scan by Jean-Pol Hiernaux

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Collectable Records COL-CD- 6475/ Sony Music Special Products A-30780 (USA) - reverse of rear insert (under clear CD tray), scan by Jean-Pol Hiernaux
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Collectable Records COL-CD- 6475/ Sony Music Special Products A-30780 (USA) - CD scan by Jean-Pol Hiernaux

For the original 1971 Columbia release of Earl Scruggs Performing With His Family and Friends, see 1971. Nashville Airplane by Flatt & Scruggs is from 1972 and contains several Dylan covers.

R-0074 (along with a unique performance of the traditional song East Virginia Blues), also appeared in a TV show "Scruggs: A Festival Of Music", broadcast on National Education TV in New York on 10-17 Jan 1971. This was released on video in 1978, see VHS & DVD 1970s.

Thanks to Hans Seegers for information and to Jean-Pol Hiernaux for further information and scans.


Various Artists - "UK Garage: The Album" - 2CD compilation, Ministry Of Sound 55016 (UK), 28 Nov 2000:


PolyGram International 560276 (UK) - picture from allmusic.com
R-0359-11 Rise (Bob Dylan/Gabrielle/F. Unger-Hamilton/Ollie Dagois) - a looped sample from the start of the version of Knockin' On Heaven's Door from the Pat Garrett & Billy The Kid soundtrack is used throughout this song performed by UK soul singer Gabrielle

For the original single and album by Gabrielle, see above.


Various Artists - "Now That's What I Call Music! Vol. 45" - 2CD compilation, EMI/Virgin/Universal 25779 (UK), 2000:


PolyGram International 560276 (UK) - picture from allmusic.com
R-0359-12 Rise (Bob Dylan/Gabrielle/F. Unger-Hamilton/Ollie Dagois) - a looped sample from the start of the version of Knockin' On Heaven's Door from the Pat Garrett & Billy The Kid soundtrack is used throughout this song performed by UK soul singer Gabrielle

For the original single and album by Gabrielle, see above.


Various Artists - "Breakdown: The Very Best of Euphoric Dance" - 2CD compilation, Telstar 3313 (UK), 2000:


PolyGram International 560276 (UK) - picture from allmusic.com
R-0359-13 Rise (Bob Dylan/Gabrielle/F. Unger-Hamilton/Ollie Dagois) - a looped sample from the start of the version of Knockin' On Heaven's Door from the Pat Garrett & Billy The Kid soundtrack is used throughout this song performed by UK soul singer Gabrielle

For the original single and album by Gabrielle, see above.


Various Artists - "Festivalbar 2000: Compilation Rossa" - 2CD compilation, EMI 527122 (Italy), 2000:


PolyGram International 560276 (UK) - picture from allmusic.com
R-0359-14 Rise (Bob Dylan/Gabrielle/F. Unger-Hamilton/Ollie Dagois) - a looped sample from the start of the version of Knockin' On Heaven's Door from the Pat Garrett & Billy The Kid soundtrack is used throughout this song performed by UK soul singer Gabrielle

For the original single and album by Gabrielle, see above.


Various Artists - "Welcome To Planet Music" - compilation CD/CD-ROM, Columbia SAMPCD 9172 (NL), 2000:


Columbia SAMPCD 9172 (NL) - front scan by Tom Willems
R-0670 Hurricane (Bob Dylan/Jacques Levy) - 35 sec excerpt on Columbia Dutch Quiz CD, 2000

Hurricane is segment 26 of 80. The CD is part of the "Nice Price" range and was manufactured in Austria for the Dutch market.

Thanks to Tom Willems for information and scan.


Promotional/Regular Items for 2000



Living In Another Country: International Stereo Releases

Stereo promo albums and singles for 2000 which don't contain rare material but which are still very collectable are now included with promo releases of regular albums and commercially released singles on the appropriate page in International Stereo Releases.

The Essential Bob Dylan 2000
The Essential Bob Dylan
(2000)


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