Not sure how long this has been online but in any case it’s cool. Some footage and still photos, some random, some spot on. All in all a nice collage of images that play well against this great alternative version of “Time Passes Slowly” with George Harrison on lead guitar and some vocals. This version is, of course, on Another Self Portrait.
There are some clips here that I’m not positive are from the Royal Albert Hall shows Dylan played this past week. I’ve indicated the clips that are for sure from the shows. If you can confirm the others, let me know.
UPDATE: I’m told that the clips I was uncertain about are not from Royal Albert Hall, but possibly from a Paris show. You might still enjoy them.
UPDATE: I’ve since found a clip of “All ALong the Watchtower” from the November 28 show. You can see it here.
Some of these clips have pretty good audio but sketchy video. The performance of “Forgetful Heart” in particular is excellent and the audio good — it’s just the video that doesn’t cut it.
Greeting fans at the end of the show, Nov. 28, 2013, Royal ALbert Hall:
“Forgetful Heart,” Nov. 27, 2013 Royal Albert Hall:
“Tangled Up in Blue,” Nov. 27, 2013, Royal Albert Hall:
“Things Have Changed” — NOT Royal Albert Hall:
“Long and Wasted Years” — NOT Royal Albert Hall:
“She Belongs To Me” — NOT Royal Albert Hall:
“Love Sick” — NOT Royal Albert Hall:
Encore, “Roll On John,” Nov. 26, 2013, Royal Albert Hall:
Today Neil Young released this audio from his Live at the Cellar Door album, which will be released December 10, 2013.
It’s very cool hearing this song, which we know much better from the rock performance by Neil and Crazy Horse, done solo with only Neil’s piano playing as accompaniment. At the end of the track you can hear Neil say, “That’s the first time I ever did that one on piano.”
On November 13 2013 a benefit for ISSUE Project Room (IPR) staring Kim Gordon’s duo with Bill Nace, Body/Head, was held at the ISSUE Project Room in New York.
At ISSUE’s website is this info about ISSUE: “ISSUE Project Room is a pioneering performance center, presenting time-based work by emerging and established experimental artists that expand the boundaries of creative practice and stimulate critical dialogue about art and culture in the broader community.”
There’s more info about the benefit, which in addition to Body/Head, featured Ikue Mori, I.U.D. and J. Mascis, here.