In August of 1969, Bob Dylan began the sessions that would result in Self-Portrait, New Morning, Dylan and, many years later, Another Self-Portrait.
The sessions continued into 1970, and during the first five days of June 1970 Dylan recorded many songs at Columbia’s Studio E in New York.
People tend to dismiss the album titled Dylan, but some of these recordings are pretty cool. Give them a listen.
“Lily of the West”:
“Big Yellow Taxi”:
“The Ballad of Ira Hayes”:
“Can’t Help Falling In Love”:
“A Fool Such As I”:
“Spanish Is the Loving Tongue”:
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