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Bob Dylan Guitar, Vocals, Harmonica Bucky Baxter Dobro, Pedal Steel, Steel Guitar Tony Garnier Bass John Jackson Guitar Brendan O'Brien Hammond Organ Winston Watson Drums

Live album by Bob Dylan Released May 2, 1995 - Recorded November 17, 1994 Label Columbia Records Producers Jeff Kramer and Jeff Rosen US #23 and going gold, #10 UK

The official Columbia Records release does not have all the songs recorded at the sessions, however. A circulating bootleg entitled "Completely Unplugged" has the full concert… read more



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  • nice
  • The "I Want You" arrangement is great but he flubbed the "silver saxophones say I" bit, which is why they couldn't include it. If you think his vocals are unintelligble here, listen to any live shows post-2000 or so! Good album, better on video. "Love Minus Zero" is turned into "Crimson and Clover".
  • The singing on this album is superb fi you ask me and any Bob Dylan fan knows that he constantly changes, some like that and others don't. I think the album is fantastic and the audience is great!
  • Love this album. I actually prefer his voice this way! 2nd best album in the MTV Unplugged series!
  • is schon irgendwie scheiße
  • I like it, Desolation Row and Like a Rolling Stone are as good as their originals, if you already know the lyrics. Well worth the listen.
  • Great album, despite Dylan's being almost unintelligible.
  • If you doubt what I just said, listen to the crowd.
  • If you think his voice is bad on this album, you just haven't listened to enough Dylan. It takes a while to get used to I think, but once you do, he is amazing. I love this album! The version of Like A Rolling Stone is fantastic, a very refreshing change from the style of the original recordings, and he plays a mean guitar :-). What would the world be like without this man?
  • I think its great!

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