Monday, May 16, 2016

Bob Dylan recorded at the Motel DeVille on Colfax?!


 Bob Dylan spent a lot of time on Colfax, even beyond the days of one of his very first early gigs, ever, at the Satire Lounge when he was only 19. I came across this bootleg today, recorded with Robbie Robertson at the Motel DeVille at 3:00am on March 13, 1966. (650 West Colfax Ave., Room 102)



Bob Dylan
Motel de Ville
Room 102
Denver, CO
1966-03-13
3 AM

01 Most Probably van Gogh #1            00:56
02 Most Probably van Gogh #2            04:25
03 Most Probably van Gogh #3            00:33
04 Most Probably van Gogh #4            01:03
05 Most Probably van Gogh #5            02:21
06 Most Probably van Gogh #6            02:19
07 Most Probably van Gogh #7            00:48
08 Don't Tell Him #1                            01:08
09 Don't Tell Him #2                            03:15
10 If You Want My Love                     04:53
11 Just Like a Woman #1                    00:21
12 Just Like a Woman #2                    05:10
13 Sad-Eyed Lady of the Lowlands #1        02:06
14 Sad-Eyed Lady of the Lowlands #2        01:23
15 Sad-Eyed Lady of the Lowlands #3        05:25
16 Sad-Eyed Lady of the Lowlands #4        02:05
17 Sad-Eyed Lady of the Lowlands #5        02:33
40:52

Rooms reserved for Ashes & Sand, Inc
Room 102: Bob Dylan
Room 104: Robbie Robertson [Jaime Royal Klegerman]
Room 108: Robert Shelton [Robert Shapiro]

Bob Dylan: vocals, acoustic guitar
Robbie Robertson [Jaime Royal Klegerman]: acoustic guitar

taper: Robert Shelton
lineage: Reel-to-reel (3 3/4 ips, 1 7/8) >
3-inch reels

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