Highlights of Bob Dylan’s ‘Bootleg Series’
Here are several gems from Dylan's prolific body of work.
5. “One Too Many Mornings” (Volume 4)
A classic from his “The Times They Are A-Changin’” album, this song gets a rowdy electric treatment in this, the legendary 1966 Royal Albert Hall concert Dylan performed with the Hawks (later to become the Band). The crowds during Dylan’s 1966 electric tour were just as unreceptive and rude as the ones that had greeted his new ideas a year at Newport. The audience gives this song, one that was originally acoustic, an especially cool treatment. The steadily growing tension between Dylan and the audience gives this track an electric (no pun intended) energy and atmosphere.
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