Audio: Bob Dylan 1976 S.I.R. Rehearsal Part 2 – ‘Positively 4th Street’

Photo via Vanity Fair. Photo by the great photographer Ken Regan.

The other day I posted some recordings from Bob Dylan’s rehearsal at S.I.R. studios in L.A. on January 23, 1976, which took place prior to a Rolling Thunder Revue appearance at the Troubadour.

Since then this recording of “Positively 4th Street” from those same rehearsals showed up on YouTube.


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