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Saturday, May 17, 2008

Bob Dylan - BBC Studios, London, June 1st 1965

Hello folks...just a quick one for the weekend.
I have received some great Dylan DVDs so I now plan to convert to divx in the near future and get some shared with you on here. For now though, here is a nice interlude of a young Dylan doing what he does.

1. Ballad Of Hollis Brown (5:25)
2. Mr Tambourine Man (6:26)
3. Gates Of Eden (7:17)
4. If You Gotta Go, Go Now (2:53)
5. Lonesome Death Of Hattie Carroll (6:20)
6. It Ain't Me Babe (4:04)
7. Love Minus Zero-No Limit (4:00)
8. One Too Many Mornings (4:22)
9. Boots Of Spanish Leather (7:09)
10. It's Alright Ma (I'm Only Bleeding) (8:44)
11. She Belongs To Me (4:47)
12. It's All Over Now, Baby Blue (5:09)

Duration : 66:42

Total Size : 122.0 MB far as I can find anyway:

BOB DYLAN - BBC TV Specials Recorded June 1st 1965 "SPEED CORRECTED"

Bob Dylan
BBC Studios
London, England
June 1st 1965

A version of this recording was put out recently taken from a
commercial bootleg (Black Dog) which had been sourced from the original Torrent on
I believe ********. Speed varied from track to track and none were correct although
an attempt had been made by *** who had the original source CDR (see original notes

This torrent is sourced from a CDR recieved from *** before the shows were bootlegged.

The improvements I have made are speed correcting each track individually, as this is
what *** "attempted" with his original copy. I used "At The BEEB", "1965 Revisited" and my
original "Vinyl Bootleg" to compare speeds. Using Soundforge 9 Time Stretch the percentage
variations were from 100.42% to 104.17%. Burnt to disc and played back it sounds good to
me and pretty much as close as it's likely to get. Playback level was increased by 3.73db

There is a speed fluctuation at the beginning of Track 7 which is on the original tape
no attempt was made to correct this

Source: Open Reel Tape at 3.75ips from Rediffusion Box > Minidisc > CDR > EAC > CoolEdit >
CDR > EAC > Soundforge 9 > FLAC Level 8 align on sector boundaries

Artwork Included

First Show:
1 Ballad Of Hollis Brown
2 Mr Tambourine Man
3 Gates Of Eden
4 If You Gotta Go, Go Now
5 Lonesome Death Of Hattie Carroll
6 It Ain't Me Babe

Second Show:
7 Love Minus Zero/No Limit
8 One Too Many Mornings
9 Boots Of Spanish Leather
10 It's Alright Ma (I'm Only Bleeding)
11 She Belongs To Me
12 It's All Over Now, Baby Blue

Tracks 1-6 First show broadcast June 19, 1965
Tracks 7-12 Second show broadcast June 26, 1965

Recorded on 19th & 26th June 1965, in Hull, Yorkshire, U.K. using a KB domestic 1/4in
recorder with a BSR tape deck, running at a speed of 3.75ips via a line connection to
Rediffusion wired system junction box
The recording is in Mono
Transferred from original master tape to MiniDisc then to CD-R
This tape, while in great quality, came in the wrong speed and needed some work before
it was listenable. Volume, Speed & pitch corrected in London, U.K. 10th - 12th September
2005 using CoolEdit Pro 2.0. Some additional remastering including fade-in, fade-outs
at start & end of disc were done. Noise or hiss reduction has not been performed, in
order to best preserve the atmosphere and feel of the original tape which this can
sometimes take away

(These are not MY notes, these notes were already included when I got the set elsewhere!)

My Notes:
The flac files were as mentioned, transcoded to high quality MP3 for you!

Remember - Files are in Rar archives~ Info Here, Winrar Software Here

Split Rar Archives] Part 1, Part 2 or Part 1, Part 2.
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Anonymous Anonymous said...

nice one, it's good to hear!...
if you get any other Dylan recordings then flac would be a very good way forward these days... anyone can grab free software foobar2000 to hear them in that format too

5/20/2008 02:13:00 am  
Blogger hitmewithit said...

Hey mate I totally agree with you on the FLAC files being sooo much better. the thing is, this being the http side of the web, and still so many people not having broadband or they just haven't the inclination or the patience maybe to download large files, that, whenever I have put larger files on here in the past the download numbers drop to a very small amount. People don't seem to want that here. Maybe this is the kind of place where a person comes to fill up their Ipod or stuff like that. I will still do FLAC occasionally though and actually I will put up the next bootleg as FLAC just cos' you asked ok!

5/20/2008 09:50:00 am  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

thanks man, shame about people stoppin with just mp3, after all, we know what Bob says about stoppin... you just can't stop anywhere! gotta keep on movin... heehee...

lovin the sounds, this blog is a mine of good music...

stay well

5/22/2008 01:27:00 am  
Blogger rap said...

Thanks and all the best wishes with your health, my friend!

6/05/2008 11:42:00 pm  

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