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Performer: Bob Dylan
Genre: Rock / Blues / Folk music
Title: Live 1966 (The "Royal Albert Hall" Concert)
Country: US
Released: 1985
Style: Folk Rock, Acoustic, Rhythm & Blues
FLAC version ZIP size: 1760 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1223 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1182 mb
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 725
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Live 1966: The "Royal Albert Hall" Concert is a two-disc live album by Bob Dylan, released in 1998. It was recorded at the Manchester Free Trade Hall during Dylan's world tour in 1966, hence the quotation marks around the false attribution to the Royal Albert Hall. Extensively bootlegged for decades, it is an important document in the development of popular music during the 1960s.

Bob Dylan - Ballad of a Thin Man (07:00, 320Kb/s). Bob Dylan - One Too Many Mornings (03:39, 320Kb/s). Bob Dylan - Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues (Live Version) (05:38, 320Kb/s). Bob Dylan - Baby, Let Me Follow You Down (03:28, 320Kb/s). Bob Dylan - I Don't Believe You (She Acts Like We Never Have Met) (05:31, 320Kb/s). Bob Dylan - Tell Me, Momma (04:50, 320Kb/s). Bob Dylan - Mr. Tambourine Man (08:53, 320Kb/s). On this page you can listen to the album, get information about the album, see the list of songs and much more. Listen online and stay in a good mood. Org Album: Live 1966 "The Royal Albert Hall Concert" The Bootleg Series Vol. 4 (1985).

But no more: Live 1966: The "Royal Albert Hall" Concert has surfaced on two discs mixed and mastered from three-track source tapes that put the myriad pirated recordings to shame. More important, Live 1966 documents a momentous artistic showdown between a willful, inflamed, and utterly fearless performer and his headstrong core following. The Dylan of the mid '60s had made the leap from socially conscious voice of his generation to surrealistic electric poet, a transformation that was met with contempt by a vocal element of his audience. The only ones I don't have is Self Portrait, (which I won't get because Bob did this album just to get rid of his fans & he hardly wrote any songs in it) and Knocked Out Loaded and Under the Red Sky (maybe a little later I'll get these last two) and maybe a couple of live ones I still. Now I want to look up and listen and honor Bruce Hornsby a little.

All songs performed May 17, 1966 at Free Trade Hall, Manchester, England. LP pressing licensed to Classic Records. C) 1998 Sony Music Entertainment In. Originally recorded 1966 Sony Music Entertainment In. Originally released 1985 Sony Music Entertainment Inc. 12"x 12" 40-Page Booklet.

Recorded at May 17, 1966. Songs in album Bob Dylan - The Bootleg Series, Vol. 4: Bob Dylan Live 1966, The "Royal Albert Hall" Concert (1998).

Live 1966: The Royal Albert Hall Concert is a two-disc live album by Bob Dylan, released in 1998. Recorded at Manchester’s Free Trade Hall. Needless to say, the album is both musically great and an amazing path back into the temperament of the sixties. Listening to it, it isn’t hard to remember Dylan on stage of the Donnelly Memorial Theatre in Boston or at Forest Hills in New York standing toe to toe, eyeball to eyeball with Robbie Robertson between every verse of practically every song, while the guitarist played his fills

She Belongs to Me (Live), 03:27. Fourth Time Around (Live), 04:37. Baby, Let Me Follow You Down (Live), 03:27. Visions of Johanna (Live), 08:08. Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues (Live), 05:37. It's All Over Now, Baby Blue (Live), 05:45. Leopard-Skin Pill-Box Hat (Live), 03:21.

Album · 1998 · 15 Songs. Released: 13 Oct 1998. MTV Unplugged (Live).

Tracklist

She Belongs To Me 3:27
Fourth Time Around 4:37
Visions Of Johanna 8:08
It's All Over Now, Baby Blue 5:45
Desolation Row 11:31
Just Like A Woman 5:52
Mr. Tambourine Man 8:52
Tell Me, Momma 5:10
I Don't Believe You (She Acts Like We Never Have Met) 6:07
Baby, Let Me Follow You Down 3:46
Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues 6:50
Leopard-Skin Pill-Box Hat 4:50
One Too Many Mornings 4:22
Ballad Of A Thin Man 7:55
Like A Rolling Stone 8:01

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
C2K 65759 Bob Dylan Live 1966 (The "Royal Albert Hall" Concert) ‎(2xCD, Album, Sli) Columbia, Legacy C2K 65759 US 1998
TRW 1925 Bob Dylan Royal Albert Hall 1966 ‎(2xLP, Unofficial, Gat) Toasted Records TRW 1925 Australia 1985
51766A / 51766E Bob Dylan Guitars Kissing & The Contemporary Fix ‎(2xCD, Album, Unofficial) Scorpio 51766A / 51766E Italy 1995
51766A/E Bob Dylan Guitars Kissing & The Contemporary Fix ‎(2xCD, Unofficial) Scorpio 51766A/E Italy 1995
51766A/E Bob Dylan & The Hawks* Bob Dylan & The Hawks* - Guitars Kissing And The Contemporary Fix ‎(2xCD, Unofficial) Scorpio 51766A/E Italy 1995
none Bob Dylan With The Hawks* Bob Dylan With The Hawks* - Guitars Kissing & The Contemporary Fix ‎(2xCD, Unofficial) DPP none Yugoslavia 1996
491485 4 Bob Dylan Bob Dylan Live 1966 ‎(Cass, Album, RM) Legacy 491485 4 Netherlands 1998
491485 2 Bob Dylan Live 1966 (The "Royal Albert Hall" Concert) ‎(2xCD, Album) Columbia, Legacy 491485 2 Australia 1998
C2K 65759 Bob Dylan Live 1966 (The "Royal Albert Hall" Concert) ‎(2xCD, Album) Columbia, Legacy C2K 65759 Taiwan 1998
SRCS 8758~9 Bob Dylan Live 1966 (The "Royal Albert Hall" Concert) ‎(2xCD, Album) Sony Records SRCS 8758~9 Japan 1998
COL 491485 2, 491485 2 Bob Dylan Live 1966 (The "Royal Albert Hall" Concert) ‎(2xCD, Album) Columbia, Legacy COL 491485 2, 491485 2 Europe 1998
C2K 65759 Bob Dylan Live 1966 (The "Royal Albert Hall" Concert) ‎(2xCD, Album, Club) Columbia, Legacy C2K 65759 US 1998
491485 2 Bob Dylan Live 1966 (The "Royal Albert Hall" Concert) ‎(Cass) Columbia, Legacy 491485 2 Turkey 1998
CK2-65759-1 Bob Dylan Live 1966 (The "Royal Albert Hall" Concert) ‎(2xLP, 180 + Box) Columbia, Classic Records CK2-65759-1 US 1999
CK2-65759-1 Bob Dylan Live 1966 (The "Royal Albert Hall" Concert) ‎(2xLP, 140 + Box) Columbia, Classic Records CK2-65759-1 US 2006
CK2-65759-1 Bob Dylan Live 1966 (The "Royal Albert Hall" Concert) ‎(2xLP, 200 + Box) Columbia, Classic Records CK2-65759-1 US 2006
CK 65759, TCCS 65759 Bob Dylan Live 1966 (The "Royal Albert Hall" Concert) ‎(2xLP, TP, W/Lbl, 180) Classic Records, Columbia, Classic Records, Columbia CK 65759, TCCS 65759 US 2006
TCCS 65759Q Bob Dylan Live 1966 (The "Royal Albert Hall" Concert) ‎(2xLP, TP, W/Lbl, 200) Columbia, Classic Records TCCS 65759Q US 2006
88697732892 Bob Dylan Live 1966 (The "Royal Albert Hall" Concert) ‎(2xCD, RE) Columbia, Legacy, Sony Music 88697732892 Europe 2010
C2K 65759 Bob Dylan Live 1966 (The "Royal Albert Hall" Concert) ‎(2xCD, Album) Columbia, Legacy C2K 65759 US Unknown
C2K 65759 Bob Dylan Live 1966 - The "Royal Albert Hall" Concert ‎(CD, Promo) Columbia, Legacy C2K 65759 US Unknown
Wenaiand
My copy has a small spine ring instead of a large one as on the images here.

Zainn
It’s important to note that, contrary to decades of historical accounts and testimonies, the man in the audience isn’t screaming out “Judas!” in dissension after all. In reality, he’s simply yelling for his missing girlfriend, “Judith!”Play it fuckin’ LOUD

Stylish Monkey
Is that a joke or you know for sure? That’s some serious RnR myth you’re going after......

Winotterin
You really think this stands up as a piece of music?

Uleran
This is of more interest as a document with some historical significance to Dylan fans, than as a stand alone piece of music. The acoustic set is OK, and live, acoustic renditions of these songs are rare, but Dylan's very nasally, he sounds disinterested and is much better on earlier acoustic sets. The second disk's the electric set, it opens with "Tell me Momma" which doesn't appear anywhere else, which is followed by electric versions of "I Don't Believe You" and "Baby Let me Follow You Down". The crowd applaud, but there's also jeering and heckling, especially the famous Judus incident, they grow impatient as the band get in tune and Dylan sounds stoned as he mumbles between songs. I wouldn't recommend this to anyone who wasn't a hardcore Dylan fan and even then, only for novelty value really.

romrom
"And even then, only for novelty value really"? Wow, this couldn't be more off-base.

Skiletus
Same problem here, only off centre on side two.You could do what i did, very carefully enlarge the hole in the centre of the record with a small sharp paring knifeMake sure you enlarge the hole only in the opposite direction to the off center side.Then you'll have to manually center the record on the turntable before you play it , and this applies to both sides of the record now unfortunately...but you'll be able to hear it properly, and you don't have to pay out stupid money for a replacement that probably wont be any better than the one you have now. You'll need a big hole, but it does solve the offset pressing problem. Be sure to blow off carefully all the little bits of vinyl...could scratch the record if you don't get em all.I'm disgusted that you cant get a quality pressing of this even at the premium price we're being charged for these.

Llanonte
on my third brand new copy and same problem..Slightly off centre pressing on first disc causing pitch problems to sound-Particularly on mr tambourine man. Anyone else found this?