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  2. May 04,  · Bessie Smith - Bob Dylan by José Zaduchliver. Bob Dylan - Apple Sucklling Tree Don't Ya Tell Henry - The Basement Tapes - Bob Dylan & The Band .
  3. One of the most acclaimed albums in either Dylan’s or the Band’s catalog, The Basement Tapes supposedly documents the collaboration between the two in following the former’s motorcycle.
  4. “The Basement Tapes” were rumored to exist for almost ten years, occasionally a song, or a bootleg would surface to support this notion, but in reality most people thought they were just another of the many mysteries that surround Dylan but rumors persisted.
  5. Dylan Bob - The Basement Tapes Album Lyrics; 1. Ain't No More Cane Lyrics: 2. Open the Door, Homer Lyrics: 3. Orange Juice Blues (Blues for Breakfast) Lyrics: 4. Please, Mrs. Henry Lyrics: 5. Ruben Remus Lyrics: 6. Tears of Rage Lyrics: 7. This Wheel's on Fire Lyrics: 8. Tiny Montgomery Lyrics: 9. Too Much of Nothing Lyrics: Yazoo Street.
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the 8-Track Cartridge release of The Basement Tapes on Discogs. Label: Columbia - C2A • Format: 8-Track Cartridge Album • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Folk Rock, Country Rock, Classic Rock.
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  8. Dylan and the Band ran through this number in Woodstock in , although the Basement Tapes version is an outtake from the Music from Big Pink sessions. [13] [59] Gill calls it "half an idea fleshed out to a riff" that is a funky blues extension of the classic Chuck Berry song " Memphis, Tennessee ". [58].