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Mr. Tambourine Man vol.2
source: Philharmonic Hall, Oct. 31

Mr. Tambourine Man 
Hard Rain 
Talkin' World War III Blues 
Don't Think Twice 
Lonesome Death Of Hattie Carroll 
Mama You've Been On My Mind*
With God On Our Side*
It Ain't Me Babe
All I Really Want To Do*
Thanks to David Dedman for scans

This 1993 CD release is a copy of disc two of the 1988 release "Halloween Mask". Part one in this series is a copy of disc 1 of that title... the beginning of the show. Philharmonic Hall 1964 is a 'must have' show, but this particular package wouldn't be my choice. The sound quality is quite good, but the package aesthetics are lame. The title is generic. There is no historical and/or venue info. The cover photo is cropped poorly, and then printed over for no reason. The covers are a billboard type advertisement to try to sell the CD rather than a heartfelt effort to release a collectible piece. On top of everything, this show should never have been separated into two distinct titles. It deserves to have a great two CD package.
Note by David:
The spelling of Unauthorised on the front cover is not  wrong, it's just the original English version of the word as opposed to the American spelling. Proper English, as practiced in the majority of the world, uses s instead z for all past-tense -ized words. It's another example of the divergence of the two interpretations of the English language over the years: colour/color; favour/favor and the final -re: theatre/theater.
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Source / Venue:
Philharmonic Hall, NYC  October 31, 1964
* Duet with Joan Baez

Manufacturer / Catalog No.
Banana   /    BAN-012-B
Other Philharmonic Hall '64 commercial releases
All Hallows Eve & More
Halloween Mask
Live in New York 1964
Live In Newport 1965
Quality:  8½ stars

Bob's Boots ref  #   BB-m42

 Show Review:
The Halloween show is one of the absolute 'musthaves' to any serious collection. The show  is near perfection. Dylan is funny, charming, and powerful. 
The performance drips with the self confidence of a young man with the world at his feet. 
Every bit as captivating as '66 Manchester
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