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source: Complete Rolling TR rehearsals

Disc one
You Ain't Going Nowhere (a/p)
Oh Sister
Oh Sister
Just Like A Woman (sc)
Just Like A Woman (multiple endings)
When I Paint My Masterpiece (bd)
Maggie's Farm (bd)
Maggie's Farm (bd)
One Too Many Mornings
One Too Many Mornings (sc)
Romance In Durango (sc)
Isis (2 false starts)
Isis (vm)
Positively 4th Street
Oh Sister
Oh Sister0
One More Cup Of Coffee0
Sara (vm)
Just Like A Woman (vm)
Hurricane  (sc) (n/l)
Disc two
Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues0
The Sun Is Shining0(Elmore James)
Lay Lady Lay
One More Cup Of Coffee (sc) restarts0
It Takes A Lot To Laugh
Ballad Of Hollis Brown0
Hold Me In Your Arms (Traditional)
Mozambique (sc)
Idiot Wind
One More Cup Of Coffee (sc) (vm)
Shelter From The Storm (sc)
Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues
Isis (Rita Mae)
Rita Mae
I Threw It All Away (sc)0
Disc three
I Threw It All Away
Going Going Gone0
Going Going Gone (portion)
Going Going Gone0
One More Cup Of Coffee
One More Cup Of Coffee (sc)
Tomorrow Is A Long Time (sc)
Mozambique (portion)
Lay Lady Lay
Idiot Wind
I'll Be Your Baby Tonight
I'll Be Your Baby Tonight0(multiple endings)
Maggie's Farm
One Too Many Mornings0
Seven Days
Going Going Gone (sc)
Disc four
Lay Lady Lay 
Spanish Is The Loving Tongue/Adelita
Idiot Wind
I'll Be Your Baby Tonight (vb)
Where Did Vincent Van Gogh?
I Pity The Poor Immigrant (vb)
Blowin' In The Wind (vb)
I Pity The Poor Immigrant (vb)
Blowin' In The Wind (vb)
Stuck Inside Of Mobile (sc)
Stuck Inside Of Mobile (sc)(vb)
Sara (portion)
Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues
It Takes A Lot To Laugh...
You Angel You (sc)
You Angel You (instrumental)
Stuck Inside Of Mobile (vb)
Seven Days0
Just Like A Woman
Just Like A Woman
Tangled Up In Blue
Tangled Up In Blue
One More Cup Of Coffee (acoustic)
Most Likely You Go Your Way
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Other Clearwater commercial releases

Are You Ready for the Carnival?
The Days Before Hard Rain

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Disc 1:
Rehearsals for "The night of the hurricane 2" Studio instrument rental, LA, CA.  Jan 22 & 23, 1976
Disc 2:
Bellevue hotel, Clearwater, FL. April 15th 1976 
"The Trio Tape" (Stoner-Wyeth-Rivera)
Disc 3:
Dress rehearsals with full Rolling Thunder revue for 1976 tour. Bellevue hotel, Clearwater, FL April 17th 1976 
Disc 4:
1-Studio instrument rental, LA Jan. 23 1976
2 & 3 Shagri- La studios with E Clapton, R Wood  3/30/76 
4 - 11 : Bellevue hotel, Clearwater, FL April 1976
12-17 Rehearsals with full Rolling Thunder Revue. Bellevue hotel, Clearwater, FL April 17th 1976
18 Special Rider demo Clearwater, FL April 17th 1976
19-22 Recorded for "Hard Rain" Fort Collins May '76
23-24 TV Special recording from Clearwater, April '76
© 2002 Craig Pinkerton Bobsboots.com
Manufacturer / Catalog No.
White Bear    /  wb05/06/07/08
November 2001
Quality:  8 stars Bob's Boots ref  #   BB-g37

by HP  Edited by CD Pinkerton
This is serious stuff from the label that delivered the first issue of  'A Tree With Roots'. White Bear proves themselves once again by releasing this powerful set that properly edits together all of the known recorded rehearsals for the Rolling Thunder Revue tour. These were taken directly from the practice session soundboards. Unless you are in a small circle of tape collectors, you will not have heard some of the tracks collected on this four CD set. The enclosed four page booklet tells the story of the events from a direct witness to them, and it mounds flesh onto the bones of rumor. There are some incredible moments here, such as the last ever outing of Sara, and stunning versions of  One More Cup of Coffee (1/23 & 4/15). Once again, the packaging is beautifully thought out.  A handsome profile of Bob on the front; a shadowy figure on the back track title page, and to top it all; a folded poster backed by the Neil Hickey interview. Well done, White Bear. This is a not to be missed chapter of the history of music.

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by CD Pinkerton
Disc one:
The instruments are nicely recorded in the first five tracks. They have a studio sound. However, the vocals are far too buried. The vocals improve on the remaining tracks, but the music isn't as well represented.
Disc two:
Overall the sound is a little better here than disc one. Mainly because the vocals are higher in the mix. In Idiot Wind, Bob sings "She inherited a million ducks"
Disc three:
The entire revue has now arrived at Clearwater, and this is the best sound and mix so far. It's arguably the best overall sounding disc in this set.  Includes the rarely heard Seven Days.
Disc four:
The fourth disc contains a couple highlights of the set, but some of the worst sound quality vocals as well. The Bellevue tape sound is great for the percussion, but the vocals are barely heard. On the first track, vocals overpower everything. The Shangri-La songs are a fascinating look at friends getting together for a jam. Seven Days is the demo version given to Ron Wood.
(a/p) Cuts in or out. Only a small portion of song recorded
(bd) Distorted due to bass overdriving the original tape deck
(n/l) Not listed on the cover
(sc) Song cuts in or out, missing the beginning or end
(vb) Vocals completely buried and barely audible
(vm) Vocals muffled
0Well performed and recorded. A tape highlight.
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