Audio: Bob Dylan’s Many Versions of ‘It’s All Over Now, Baby Blue’

Bob Dylan’s “It’s All Over Now, Baby Blue,” a version of which appeared on Bringing It All Back Home, has always been a favorite of mine.

Today I’ve gathered a number of Dylan’s performances of the song. They’re all pretty great.

“It’s All Over Now, Baby Blue,” off Bringing It All Back Home, recorded Jan. 15, 1965:

It's All Over Now, Baby Blue by Bob Dylan on Grooveshark

Dylan in the studio, alternate take, Jan. 16, 1965:

It's All Over Now, Baby Blue [Take 1] by Bob Dylan on Grooveshark

Dylan, solo, Savoy Hotel, London, May 8, 1965:

It's All Over Now, Baby Blue by Bob Dylan on Grooveshark

Dylan, solo, Hollywood Bowl, Sept. 3, 1965:

It's All Over Now, Baby Blue by Bob Dylan on Grooveshark

Dylan, solo, Sydney, Australia, April 13, 1966:

It's All Over Now, Baby Blue by Bob Dylan on Grooveshark

Dylan, solo, live, Manchester’s Free Trade Hall, May 17, 1966:

Dylan,B-Biograph-2-13-It's All Over Now, Baby Blue (Live)(#) by Dylan, Bob on Grooveshark

Dylan solo, Maple Leaf Gardens, Toronto, Canada, Dec. 1 or 2, 1975:

It's All Over Now Baby Blue (solo) by Bob Dylan on Grooveshark

Rolling Thunder Review, Dylan, solo, Forum de Montreal, Canada. Dec. 4, 1975:

It's All Over Now, Baby Blue [Live] by Bob Dylan & The Rolling Thunder Review on Grooveshark

Dylan and band ( Dylan on piano and Katie Segal and Debbie Dye Gibson on backing vocals), rehearsal, Dec, 30, 1977:

It's All Over Now Baby Blue by Bob Dylan on Grooveshark

Rolling Thunder Revue, Providence, Rhode Island, Oct. 7, 1978:

1978-10-07 – Providence – It's All Over Now, Baby Blue by Bob Dylan on Grooveshark

Dylan and the Grateful Dead, rehearsals, June 1987:

It’s All Over Now, Baby Blue by Bob Dylan & the Grateful Dead on Grooveshark

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