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The Bootleg Series, Vol 1-3: Rare & Unreleased 1961-1991 (1991)

Lyrics Book

Lyrics: 1962 - 2001 Lyrics: '1962 - 2001'
A hardcover compendium containing lyrics from his first album, Bob Dylan, to 2001's "Love and Theft".Buy

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Introduction
For most of those fabulous '60s, to be a bona-fide, hard-core, full paid-up Bob Dylan fan didn't demand much more than buying the records, enthusing about the songs and Dylan's singing to incredulous

Introduction

For most of those fabulous '60s, to be a bona-fide, hard-core, full paid-up Bob Dylan fan didn't demand much more than buying the records, enthusing about the songs and Dylan's singing to incredulous friends and puzzled parents, dreaming about one day seeing him in concert, and always waiting, with tetchy impatience, for news of what he was up to.

In the faxless '60s, when TVs were still steam-driven and urgent correspondence was carried in the saddlebags of the Pony Express, news of Dylan's doings would often come limping along months after the event. Over in England in 1965, Dylan was being hailed as a great new folk singer, and his "latest protest" -- "The Times They Are A-Changin'" -- was storming into the Top 20, several months after the decidedly non-folk rock-rap recording of "Subterranean Homesick Blues." Even in the States, not everyone was hip to what was happening. In Newport, the fussy old folkies who'd cherished the socially outspoken Bobby Dylan stuck their fingers in their ears and yelled "turn it down!" as Bob and the Butterfield Band raved on at the infamous 1965 Folk Festival, even though "Like A Rolling Stone" had been roaring out of every radio set just about on the hour in the week leading up to that "first electric concert." Times sure were different then.

By the end of the decade, die-hard enthusiasts had recording of Bob Dylan singing 103 songs on nine Columbia albums, not counting the "Greatest Hits." Each of the records had been bought with baited breath, and carried home in triumph, with the rest of the day set aside for lyric transcription, analysis, and the appropriate indulgence of wonderment at how different each record was from the one that had preceded it. But then in late summer 1969, things changed. And for Dylan fans, life was never to be the same again.

It all began when a strange white label 'bootleg" record called "Great White Wonder" came out of California. It was, as far as the fans were concerned, the tenth new Bob Dylan LP, though it didn't say so on the sleeve. Although it sounded as though it had been recorded by means of tin-can-and-string technology, it was crammed with delights. Half of the tracks were taken from "The Basement Tapes," gloriously crazy songs recorded with The Band in Woodstock in 1967; the other songs on "Great White Wonder" were recordings from 1961, on which a very young bob Dylan sang his way spiritedly through all kinds of great blues and folk songs -- why, he even tried telling a joke!

For the most part this stuff was great -- and seemed all the more exciting just because, being rare, unreleased, and most certainly unofficial, it was something that we shouldn't really be listening to -- forbidden fruit, and the sweeter for it. The record company was understandably outraged, the copyright people were justifiably up in arms, but we had Bob Dylan singing "Baby, Please Don't Go," and "This Wheel's On Fire," and "I Shall be Released," and life had never seemed so good.

Then, in December 1969, In "Rolling Stone" #47, the second anniversary issue, Greil Marcus was let loose over five big pages to enthuse about countless hours of other unreleased Dylan tapes that he'd scrambled and hustled for himself; private recordings in friends' apartments, tapes of early coffeehouse gigs in Greenwich Village, and songs recorded for, but never used on the official albums; outtake versions -- some of them with very different words or arrangements -- of songs we already knew; and tapes of concerts, both solo and with The Hawks, later known as The Band. "Dylan's greatest recordings," Marcus maintained.

Thus began the great tape hunt, the quest to collect anything and everything that Bob Dylan had ever recorded. Over the last 20 years, a feverish underground network of collectors has been at work, tracking, tracing, and trading tapes.

And now at last, something of the true extent and value of much of the buried treasure long sought after by tape collectors is brought to light. In this cornucopia of previously unissued material are stashed home recordings, demo recordings, outtakes, alternative takes, coffeehouse recordings, concert recordings, and more. Much of it teaches us a good deal about the way in which Dylan developed as a songwriter or performer in those early years; some of it is nothing short of sensational -- performances of staggering power and subtlety and seemingly infinite variety. The main focus in this collection is on Dylan as the songwriter: 38 songs that have never been released on an official album, as well as demo and rehearsal versions of well-known songs. Subsequent volumes will deal with live work, including the legendary 1966 Royal Albert hall appearance. For those who never suspected this material even existed, there are untold delights in store. And for those exhaustive and insatiable collectors, the "completists" who like to think that they've heard everything, included here are a bunch of previously unsuspected tracks.

Whatever reputation Bob Dylan has enjoyed as a writer and performer in his 30-year recording career will inevitably have to be reviewed in the light of this historic collection. And if the writers and critics who are called upon to reassess Bob Dylan's achievements find that the superlatives have all been used up on his back catalog of official releases, they'll just have to come up with a bunch of superlative outtakes, won't they?

-- JOHN BAULDIE
London, 1991

Hard Times In New York Town

Music and lyrics by Bob Dylan
Copyright ©1962, 1965 MCA
Minnesota Hotel, Minneapolis, Minnesota, 12/22/61
Bob Dylan -- Guitar, Vocals

He Was A Friend Of Mine

Traditional song adapted and arranged by Bob Dylan
Copyright © 1962 MCA
CBS Studios, New York City, 11/20/61
Produced by John Hammond
Bob Dylan -- Guitar, Harmonica, Vocals

Man On The Street

Music and lyrics by Bob Dylan
Copyright © 1962, 1965 MCA
CBS Studios, New York City, 11/22/61
Produced by John Hammond
Bob Dylan -- Guitar, Harmonica, Vocals

No More Auction Block

Traditional song adapted and arranged by Bob Dylan
Copyright © 1991 Special Rider Music
The Gaslight Cafe, Later 1962
Bob Dylan -- Guitar, Vocals

House Carpenter

Traditional song adapted and arranged by Bob Dylan
Copyright © 1991 Special Rider Music
CBS Studios, New York City, 3/19/62
Produced by John Hammond
Bob Dylan -- Guitar, Vocals

Talkin' Bear Mountain Picnic Massacre Blues

Music and lyrics by Bob Dylan
Copyright © 1962, 1965 MCA
CBS Studios, New York City, 4/25/62
Produced by John Hammond
Bob Dylan -- Guitar, Harmonica, Vocals

Let Me Die In My Footsteps

Music and lyrics by Bob Dylan
Copyright © 1963, 1965 Warner Chappell; Copyright
renewed by 1991 Special Rider Music. This arrangement
Copyright © 1991 Special Rider Music
CBS Studios, New York City, 4/25/62
Produced by John Hammond
Bob Dylan -- Guitar, Vocals

Rambling Gambling Willie

Music and lyrics by Bob Dylan
Copyright © 1962, 1965 MCA
CBS Studios, New York City, 4/24/62
Produced by John Hammond
Bob Dylan -- Guitar, Harmonica, Vocals

Talkin' Hava Negeilah Blues

Music and lyrics by Bob Dylan
Copyright © 1963, 1968 Warner Chappell; Copyright
renewed by 1991 Special Rider Music. This arrangement
Copyright © 1991 Special Rider Music
CBS Studios, New York City, 4/25/62
Produced by John Hammond
Bob Dylan -- Guitar, Harmonica, Vocals

Quit Your Low Down Ways

Music and lyrics by Bob Dylan
Copyright © 1963, 1964 Warner Chappell; Copyright
renewed by 1991 Special Rider Music. This arrangement
Copyright © 1991 Special Rider Music
CBS Studios, New York City, 7/9/62
Produced by John Hammond
Bob Dylan -- Guitar, Vocals

Worried Blues

Traditional song adapted and arranged by Bob Dylan
Copyright © 1991 Special Rider Music
7/9/62
Produced by John Hammond
Bob Dylan -- Guitar, Vocals

Kingsport Town

Traditional song adapted and arranged by Bob Dylan
Copyright © 1991 Special Rider Music
CBS Studios, New York City, 11/14/62
Produced by John Hammond
Bob Dylan -- Guitar, Harmonica, Vocals
Unknown second guitar

Walkin' Down The Line

Music and lyrics by Bob Dylan
Copyright © 1963, 1965 Warner Chappell; Copyright
renewed by 1991 Special Rider Music. This arrangement
Copyright © 1991 Special Rider Music
Recorded at the Witmark Studios, New York City, sometime
during 1963.
Bob Dylan -- Guitar, Harmonica, Vocals

Walls Of Red Wing

Music and lyrics by Bob Dylan
Copyright © 1963 Warner Chappell; Copyright renewed by
1991 Special Rider Music. This arrangement
Copyright © 1991 Special Rider Music
CBS Studios, New York City, 4/24/63
Produced by John Hammond
Bob Dylan -- Guitar, Harmonica, Vocals

Paths Of Victory

Music and lyrics by Bob Dylan
Copyright © 1964 Warner Chappell
CBS Studios, New York City, 8/12/63
Produced by Tom Wilson
Bob Dylan -- Piano, Harmonica, Vocals

Talkin' John Birch Paranoid Blues

Music and lyrics by Bob Dylan
Copyright © 1970, 1973 Special Rider Music
Live at Carnegie Hall, New York City, 10/26/63
Bob Dylan -- Guitar, Harmonica, Vocals

Who Killed Davey Moore?

Music and lyrics by Bob Dylan
Copyright © 1964, 1965 Warner Chappell
Live at Carnegie Hall, New York City, 10/26/63
Bob Dylan -- Guitar, Vocals

Only A Hobo

Music and lyrics by Bob Dylan
Copyright © 1963, 1968 Warner Chappell; Copyright
renewed by 1991 Special Rider Music. This arrangement
Copyright © 1991 Special Rider Music
CBS Studios, New York City, 8/12/63
Produced by Tom Wilson
Bob Dylan -- Guitar, Harmonica, Vocals

Moonshiner

Traditional song adapted and arranged by Bob Dylan
Copyright © 1991 Special Rider Music
CBS Studios, New York City, 8/12/63
Produced by Tom Wilson
Bob Dylan -- Guitar, Harmonica, Vocals

When The Ship Comes In

Music and lyrics by Bob Dylan
Copyright © 1963, 1964 Warner Chappell; Copyright
renewed by 1991 Special Rider Music. This arrangement
Copyright © 1991 Special Rider Music
Bob Dylan -- Piano, Vocals

The Times They Are A-Changin'

Music and lyrics by Bob Dylan
Copyright © 1963, 1968 Warner Chappell; Copyright
renewed by 1991 Special Rider Music. This arrangement
Copyright © 1991 Special Rider Music
Recorded at the Witmark Studios, New York City, sometime
during 1963.
Bob Dylan -- Piano, Vocals

Last Thoughts On Woody Guthrie

Music and Lyrics by Bob Dylan
Copyright © 1973 Special Rider Music
Live at Town Hall, New York City, 4/12/63

Seven Curses

Music and lyrics by Bob Dylan
Copyright © 1963, 1964 Warner Chappell; Copyright
renewed by 1991 Special Rider Music. This arrangement
Copyright © 1991 Special Rider Music
CBS Studios, New York City, 8/6/63
Produced by Tom Wilson
Bob Dylan -- Guitar, Vocals

Eternal Circle

Music and lyrics by Bob Dylan
Copyright © 1963, 1964 Warner Chappell; Copyright
renewed by 1991 Special Rider Music. This arrangement
Copyright © 1991 Special Rider Music
CBS Studios, New York City, 10/24/63
Produced by Tom Wilson
Bob Dylan -- Guitar, Vocals

Suze (The Cough Song)

Music by Bob Dylan
Copyright © 1991 Special Rider Music
CBS Studios, New York City, 10/24/63
Produced by Tom Wilson
Bob Dylan -- Guitar, Vocals

Mama, You Been On My Mind

Music and lyrics by Bob Dylan
Copyright © 1991 Special Rider Music
CBS Studios, New York City, 6/9/64
Produced by Tom Wilson
Bob Dylan -- Guitar, Vocals

Farewell, Angelina

Music and lyrics by Bob Dylan
Copyright © 1965, 1966 Warner Chappell
CBS Studios, New York City, 1/13/65
Produced by Tom Wilson
Bob Dylan -- Guitar, Harmonica, Vocals

Subterranean Homesick Blues

Music and lyrics by Bob Dylan
Copyright © 1965 Warner Chappell
CBS Studios, New York City, 1/13/65
Produced by Tom Wilson
Bob Dylan -- Guitar, Harmonica, Vocals

If You Gotta Go, Go Now (Or Else You Got To Stay All Night)

Music and lyrics by Bob Dylan
Copyright © 1965 Warner Chappell
CBS Studios, New York City, 1/15/65
Produced by Tom Wilson
Bob Dylan -- Guitar, Harmonica, Vocals
Al Gorgone -- Guitar
Kenny Rakin -- Guitar
Paul Griffen -- Keyboards
Joseph Macho, Jr. -- Bass
Bobby Gregg -- Drums
Unknown background vocalist

Sitting On A Barbed Wire Fence

Music and lyrics by Bob Dylan
Copyright © 1970 Warner Chappell
CBS Studios, New York City, 6/15/65
Produced by Tom Wilson
Bob Dylan -- Guitar, Vocals
Mike Bloomfield -- Guitar
Al Kooper -- Organ
Paul Griffen -- Piano
Harvey Brooks -- Bass
Bobby Gregg -- drums

Like A Rolling Stone

Music and lyrics by Bob Dylan
Copyright © 1965 Warner Chappell
CBS Studios, New York City, 6/15/65
Produced by Tom Wilson
Bob Dylan -- Guitar, Harmonica, Vocals
Mike Bloomfield -- Guitar
Al Kooper -- Organ
Harvey Brooks -- Bass

It Takes A Lot To Laugh, It Takes A Train To cry

Music and lyrics by Bob Dylan
Copyright © 1965 Warner Chappell
CBS Studios, New York City, 6/15/65
Produced by Tom Wilson
Bob Dylan -- Guitar, Harmonica, Vocals
Mike Bloomfield -- Guitar
Al Kooper -- Organ
Paul Griffen -- Piano
Harvey Brooks -- Bass
Bobby Gregg -- Drums

I'll Keep It With Mine

Music and lyrics by Bob Dylan
Copyright © 1965, 1968 Warner Chappell
New York City, 1/27/66
Produced by Bob Johnson
Bob Dylan -- Piano, Vocals
Robbie Robertson -- Guitar
Al Kooper -- Organ
Rick Danko -- Bass
Bobby Gregg -- Drums

She's Your Lover Now

Music and lyrics by Bob Dylan
Copyright © 1971, 1976 Dwarf Music
CBS Studios, Nashville, 1/21/66
Produced by Bob Johnson
Bob Dylan -- Guitar, Vocals
Robbie Robertson -- Guitar
Garth Hudson -- Organ
Richard Manuel -- Piano
Rick Danko -- Bass
Sandy Konikoff -- Drums

I Shall Be Released

Music and lyrics by Bob Dylan
Copyright © 1967, 1976 Dwarf Music
Recorded during the Fall, 1967 with The Band
Bob Dylan -- Guitar, Vocals
Robbie Robertson -- Guitar
Garth Hudson -- Organ
Richard Manuel -- Piano
Rick Danko -- Bass, Vocals
Levon Helm -- Drums, Vocals

Santa-Fe

Music and lyrics by Bob Dylan
Copyright © 1973 Dwarf Music
Recorded during the Fall, 1967 with The Band
Bob Dyan -- Guitar, Vocals
Robbie Roberston -- Guitar
Garth Hudson -- Organ
Richard Manuel -- Piano
Rick Danko -- Bass
Levon Helms -- Drums

If Not For You

Music and lyrics by Bob Dylan
Copyright © 1970, 1985 Big Sky Music
5/1/70
Produced by Bob Johnson
Bob Dylan -- Guitar, Harmonica, Vocals
George Harrison -- Guitar
Charlie Daniels -- Bass
Russ Kunkel -- Drums
Unknown additional guitar

Wallflower

Music and lyrics by Bob Dylan
Copyright © 1971, 1976 Ram's Horn
New York City, 11/4/71
Bob Dylan -- Guitar
Ben Keith -- Pedal Steel Guitar
Kenneth Buttrey -- Drums
Russell Bridges -- Bass

Nobody 'Cept You

Music and lyrics by Bob Dylan
Copyright © 1973, 1976 Ram's Horn Music
Los Angeles, California, 11/2/73
Bob Dylan -- Guitar, Vocals
Robbie Robertson -- Guitar
Garth Hudson -- Organ
Richard Manuel -- Piano
Rick Danko -- Bass
Levon Helm -- Drums

Tangled Up In Blue

Music and lyrics by Bob Dylan
Copyright © 1974, 1976 Ram's Horn Music
9/16/74
Bob Dylan -- Guitar, Vocals
Tony Brown -- Bass
Unknown additional acoustic guitar possibly:
Charles Brown, III -- Guitar
Eric Weissberg -- Guitar
Barry Kornfeld -- Guitar

Call Letter Blues

Music and lyrics by Bob Dylan
Copyright © 1974 Ram's Horn Music
9/16/74
Bob Dylan -- Guitar, Vocals
Charles Brown, III -- Guitar
Eric Weissberg -- Guitar
Barry Kornfeld -- Guitar
Thomas McFaul -- Keyboards
Tony Brown -- Bass
Richard Crooks -- Drums

Idiot Wind

Music and lyrics by Bob Dylan
Copyright © 1974, 1976 Ram's Horn Music
9/19/74
Bob Dylan -- Guitar, Vocals
Tony Brown -- Bass

If You See Her, Say Hello

Music and lyrics by Bob Dylan
Copyright © 1974, 1976 Ram's Horn Music
9/16/74
Bob Dylan -- Guitar, Vocals
Charles Brown, III -- Guitar
Eric Weissberg -- Guitar
Barry Kornfeld -- Guitar

Golden Loom

Music and lyrics by Bob Dylan
Copyright © 1975, 1976 Ram's Horn Music
New York City, 7/30/75
Produced by Don DeVito
Bob Dylan -- Guitar, Vocals
Scarlet Rivera -- Violin
Rob Stoner -- Bass
Howie Wyeth -- Drums
Emmy-Lou Harris -- Background Vocals

Catfish

Music and lyrics by Bob Dylan and Jacques Levy
Copyright © 1975, 1976 Ram's Horn Music
New York City, 7/28/75
Produced by Don DeVito
Bob Dylan -- Guitar, Vocals
Erik Frandsen -- Slide Guitar
Rob Stoner -- Bass
Sugarblue -- Harmonica

Seven Days

Music and lyrics by Bob Dylan
Copyright © 1976, 1979 Ram's Horn Music
Live performance, Tampa, Florida, 4/21/76
Bob Dylan -- Guitar, Vocals
T-Bone Burnett -- Guitar
Steven Soles -- Guitar
Mick Ronson -- Guitar
Bobby Neuwirth -- Guitar
David Mansfield -- Mandolin
Scarlet Rivera -- Violin
Rob Stoner -- Bass
Howie Wsyeth -- Drums
Gary Burke -- Congas

Ye Shall Be Changed

Music and lyrics by Bob Dylan
Copyright © 1979 Special Rider Music
Muscle Schoals Studio, Sheffield, Alabama, 5/2/79
Produced by Jerry Wexler and Barry Beckett
Bob Dylan -- Guitar, Vocals
Mark Knopfler -- Guitar
Barry Beckett -- Keyboards
Tim Drummond -- Bass
Pick Withers -- Drums

Every Grain Of Sand

Music and lyrics by Bob Dylan
Copyright © 1981 Special Rider Music
9/23/80
Bob Dylan -- Piano, Vocals
Fred Tackett -- Guitar
Jennifer Warnes -- Background Vocals

You Changed My Life

Music and lyrics by Bob Dylan
Copyright © 1982 Special Rider Music
Clover Studios, Los Angeles, California, 4/23/81
Produced by Chuck Plotkin and Bob Dylan
Bob Dylan -- Guitar, Vocals
Danny Kortchmar -- Guitar
Steve Ripley -- Guitar
Ben Tench -- Organ
Tim Drummond -- Bass
Jim Keltner -- Drums
Clydie King -- Background Vocals

Need A Woman

Music and lyrics by Bob Dylan
Copyright © 1982 Special Rider Music
Clover Studios, Los Angeles, California, 5/4/81
Produced by Chuck Plotkin and Bob Dylan
Bob Dylan -- Guitar, Vocals
Possibly:
Fred Tackett -- Guitar
Ben Tench -- Organ
Tim Drummond -- Bass
Jim Keltner -- Drums
Regina Havis, Clydie King, Carolyn Dennis -- Background Vocals

Angelina

Music and lyrics by Bob Dylan
Copyright © 1981 Special Rider Music
Clover Studios, Los Angeles, California, 5/4/81
Produced by Chuck Plotkin and Bob Dylan
Possibly:
Fred Tackett -- Guitar
Ben Tench -- Organ
Tim Drummond -- Bass
Jim Keltner -- Drums
Regina Havis, Clydie King, Carolyn Dennis -- Background Vocals

Someone's Got A Hold Of My Heart

Music and lyrics by Bob Dylan
Copyright © 1983 Special Rider Music
New York City, 4/25/83
Produced by Bob Dylan and Mark Knopfler
Bob Dylan -- Guitar, Harmonica, Vocals
Mick Taylor -- Guitar
Mark Knopfler -- Guitar
Alan Clark -- Keyboards
Robbie Shakespeare -- Bass
Sly Dunbar -- Drums

Tell Me

Music and lyrics by Bob Dylan
Copyright © 1983 Special Rider Music
New York City, 4/21/83
Produced by Bob Dylan and Mark Knopfler
Bob Dylan -- Guitar, Vocals
Mick Taylor -- Guitar
Mark Knopfler -- Guitar
Alan Clark -- Keyboards
Robbie Shakespeare -- Bass
Sly Dunbar -- Drums
Full Force -- Background Vocals

Lord Protect My Child

Music and lyrics by Bob Dylan
Copyright © 1983 Special Rider Music
New York City, 5/3/83
Produced by Bob Dylan and Mark Knopfler
Bob Dylan -- Guitar, Harmonica, Vocals
Mick Taylor -- Guitar
Mark Knopfler -- Guitar
Alan Clark -- Keyboards
Robbie Shakespeare -- Bass
Sly Dunbar -- Drums

Foot Of Pride

Music and lyrics by Bob Dylan
Copyright © 1983 Special Rider Music
New York City, 4/25/83
Produced by Bob Dylan and Mark Knopfler
Bob Dylan -- Guitar, Harmonica, Vocals
Mick Taylor -- Guitar
Mark Knopfler -- Guitar
Alan Clark -- Organ
Robbie Shakespeare -- Bass
Sly Dunbar -- Drums

Blind Willie McTell

Music and lyrics by Bob Dylan
Copyright © 1983 Special Rider Music
New York City, 5/5/83
Produced by Bob Dylan and Mark Knopfler
Bob Dylan -- Piano, Vocals
Mark Knopfler -- Guitar

When The Night Comes Falling From The Sky

Music and lyrics by Bob Dylan
Copyright © 1985 Special Rider Music
New York City, 2/19/85
Bob Dylan -- Guitar, Vocals
Little Steven -- Guitar
Roy Bittan -- Keyboards
Robbie Shakespeare -- Bass
Sly Dunbar -- Drums

Series Of Dreams

Music and lyrics by Bob Dylan
Copyright © 1989 Special Rider Music
New Orleans, 3/23/89
Produced by Daniel Lanois
Bob Dylan -- Guitar, Vocals
Daniel Lanois -- Guitar, Twelve-String Guitar, Bass, Percussion
Mason Ruffner -- Guitar
Glen Fukunaga -- Bass
Roddy Colonna -- Drums
Cyril Neville -- Talking Drum
Remix by Rick Chertoff and Bill Whitman
Overdubs 1/91, New York City
Peter Wood -- Keyboards
Rick DiFonzo -- Guitar

BOOTLEG SERIES: VOLUMES 1 -- 3

Produced and compiled by Jeff Rosen

Columbia outtakes mixed by Mark Wilder and Tim Geelan at the Sony Music Studio Operations, New York City

"Shot Of Love," "Desire," "Planet Waves" outtakes mixed by Jim Ball at RPM Studios, New York City

"Slow Train Coming," "Infidels," "Empire Burlesque" outtakes mixed by Josh Abbey at Power Station, New York City

Digital Mastering by Mark Wilder

Liner Notes by John Bauldie

Art Direction: Chris Austopchuk, Nicky Lindeman

Front Cover Photograph: Don Hunstein, 1965

Booklet Cover Photograph: Morgan Renard, 1978

Marketing and Production Coordinator:
Steve Berkowitz

A&R Coordination: Don DeVito, Rick Chertoff,
Mike Gallelli

Packaging Managers: Sandy Lorenzo, Liz Cataldo

Sony Music Studio Operations: Rob Grabowski, Amy Herot, Risa Kantor, Vicky Petrella

Thanks To: Jack Rovner, Paul Rappaport,
Mary Ellen Cataneo

Special Thanks To: Don Ienner, Michelle Anthony

Mille Grazie: Carole Childs

Production Assistance: Diane Lapson, Debbie
Sweeney, Vickie Mathis, Margarita Miller, Irene
Provisiero, Kathi and Sam, Lauren Oliver

"Santa-Fe" Courtesy of the Garth Hudson Archives

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