Boasting loads of demos, outtakes, and live recordings.
Kiss Land topped the charts this week — seven years after its initial release.
Both feature demos from his Here Comes the Cowboy sessions.
Including demos of “I Promise” and “Paranoid Android” and a “f*cking nuts” version of “Lift”.
Including their first North American trek in 11 years.
The release collects five songs originally intended for the band’s latest album, I’ll Be Your Girl.
The latest in Dylan’s ongoing Bootleg Series.
Plus, an extensive Origins on the 50th anniversary reissue of Cheap Thrills with Dave Getz.
Taken from the 50th anniversary deluxe reissue of The White Album, due out next month.
Overseen by Yoko Ono Lennon, the expansive, 160-track project includes rare outtakes and previously unreleased demos.
The latest installment in his ongoing Bootleg series collects “every surviving take” from the original sessions for his 1975 classic Blood on the Tracks.
A 12-track collection comprised of Carrie & Lowell outtakes, demos, and remixes.