Benmont Tench -- Organ As for the man himself, Dylan began his own set with "Song To Woody," a moving composition from his debut album that remains a gracious salute to Dylan's own early influence, Woody Guthrie. De albums zijn geproduceerd door Jef Rosen en Don DeVito met ondersteuning van uitvoerende producers Jeff Kramer en Kevin Wall en co-producers Harvey Goldsmith en Ed Simons. The song was part of the famed "Basement Tapes", written and casually recorded with The Band at Big Pink in Woodstock in 1967, and subsequently covered by The Band for its extraordinary 1968 debut. Steve Cropper -- Guitar Assistance -- Jim de Barros Shawn Colvin -- Guitar, Vocals Jim Keltner -- Drums It's Alright, Ma (I'm Only Bleeding) -- Bob Dylan Highway 61 Revisited -- Johnny Winter Jim Keltner -- Drums, 11. For concerts without elaborate staging with screens, they are often the most coveted seats due to their proximity.). The lineup played a 39-song setlist that given the classic rock legend’s songwriting output barely scratched the surface. Pat Peterson -- Background Vocals, Percussion His solo acoustic version of the song at the celebration was a powerful testament to his abilities as a distinctive interpretive singer. Steve Cropper -- Guitar Benmont Tench -- Organ Accounting -- Marty Feldman COLUMBIA and "Walking Eye" Design are registered trademarks of Sony Music Entertainment. My Back Pages -- Bob Dylan, Roger McGuinn, Tom Petty, Neil Young, Eric Clapton, George Harrison In 1965, he and other Byrds transformed Dylan's "Mr. Tambourine Man" into a global smash, and went on to record many other Dylan compositions, including "All I Really Want To Do," "You Ain't Goin' Nowhere," "My Back Pages" and "Chimes Of Freedom." Benmont Tench -- Organ Jeffrey G. Meyers -- Bass Warmly dubbed the Bobfest by participant Neil Young, the show was broadcast around the world and featured a cast of musical notables performing carefully chosen and often surprising selections from the incomparable Dylan songbook. Roger McGuinn -- Guitar, Vocals Clapton then does a guitar solo before going to the mic to sing the next verse. Also other data will not be shared with third person. Jim Keltner -- Drums, 3. White. G. E. Smith -- Guitar De muzikanten werden begeleid door Booker T. & the M.G. Liner notes: In the end, it was about the songs. Stan Lynch -- Drums Country and rockabilly legend Johnny Cash and Bob Dylan have a long history of mutual admiration for one another. Willie Nelson and Bob Dylan are clearly two kindred spirits. The Brothers flew in from Ireland specifically to play the show. All Rights reserved. A contemporary folk standard originally recorded for 1962's "The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan," the song found Wonder working his gospel-tinged magic alongside Booker T. Jones and the M. G.'s -- the phenomenally adept house band for the show. Knockin' On Heaven's Door -- Everyone Famed for such seventies soul smashes as "Back Stabbers," "Love Train" and "For The Love Of Money," The O'Jays had a Top Five R&B hit with "Emotionally Yours," a delicate love song form 1985's "Empire Burlesque" that the group recorded in two completely different arrangements on its 1990 "Emotionally Yours" album. Then "Knockin' On Heaven's Door" -- the elegiac standard from the "Pat Garrett & Billy The Kid" soundtrack recently covered by Guns N' Roses -- brought all the evening's players out for a memorable ensemble encore. John Mellencamp appears courtesy of Polygram Records Emotionally Yours -- The O'Jays Special Rider Music (ASCAP), Eddie Vedder -- Vocals Recently the pair collaborated on "Heartland" from Nelson's new "Across The Borderline" album, which also included a cover of Dylan's "What Was It You Wanted" -- a standout track from 1989's "Oh Mercy" that Nelson performed for the first time at the event. Jim Keltner -- Drums In Chapman's capable hands, the song's power remains undimmed by time. Voor Knockin' on Heaven's Door kwamen alle muzikanten samen op het podium. Recorded on October 16, 1992, at Madison Square Garden in New York City, it captures most of the concert, which featured many artists performing classic Dylan songs, before ending with three songs from Dylan himself. Recording engineers -- Vic Anesini, Phil Gitomer, Peter Hefter, Sean McClintock Anton Fig -- Drums Crew For House Band -- Anthony Aquilato, Jeff Shaw, Lisa Sharken, Cesar Diaz, Artie Smith, Richard Brister, Art Direction -- Chris Austopchuk Steve Cropper -- Guitar Radio Hits in November 1976: More Cowbell! Het repertoire bestond uit bekende en minder bekende nummers van Bob Dylan. Randy Ciarlante -- Drums, Vocals Dylan wrote “My Back Pages” in 1964 and it was included on his Another Side of Bob Dylan album from the same year. Anton Fig -- Percussion, 9. Host, Dies at 80, Radio Hits in November 1967: Take a Look, #1 Singles of 1972: Nothing But Blue Skies. Dylan followed with a wonderfully intense rendition of "It's Alright, Ma (I'm Only Bleeding)" from "Bringing It All Back Home," that served as a vivid reminder of his incomparable acoustic power. G. E. Smith -- Guitar Watch a rehearsal of “My Back Pages.” Although the sound is compromised it’s a unique opportunity to see the fraternity of so much talent enjoying each other’s company. Jim Keltner -- Drums, 9. Lou Reed appears courtesy of Sire Records The traditionally show-stopping Eric Clapton, who performed a duet with Dylan on "Sing Language" from his "No Reason To Cry" album in 1976, came through with a startling and moving performance at the celebration. When I Paint My Masterpiece -- The Band Joining Mellencamp and his excellent band for the event on organ was Al Kooper, reprising his prominent part from Dylan's 1965 original, which was voted the best single of the last 25 years by "Rolling Stone" in 1988. Johnny Cash appears courtesy of Polygram Records Steve Cropper -- Guitar Visit for social networking safety tips for parents and youth. Tracy Chapman -- who helped bring folk music back to the forefront with her acclaimed 1988 debut album, and who has toured with Dylan occasionally in recent years -- offered an eloquent and moving solo acoustic version of the often-covered "The Times They Are A-Changin'," the title track of Dylan's 1964 effort. Jim Keltner -- Drums Those who got shut-out in that pre-StubHub era relied on scalpers and other resources to get in, or could watch it at home on pay-per-view. Tracy Chapman appears courtesy of Elektra Records As Wonder pointed out in his moving introduction, the message of "Blowin' In The Wind" remains, sadly, one of enduring relevance. He's subsequently recorded and performed numerous Dylan songs, some of which can be heard on his 1987 collection "Richie Havens Sings The Beatles And Dylan". Beach Boys Party! The group enjoyed a run of instrumental hits in the sixties, including "Green Onions" and "Time Is Tight," as well as serving as the legendary house band for countless Stax classics. The concert’s house band were Booker T. Jones, Donald “Duck” Dunn and Steve Cropper of Booker T. and the MG’s, and drummers Jim Keltner and Anton Fig. Mike McCready -- Guitar These two young Dylan fans didn't need any loud Seattle sonics to get across Dylan's pointed protest classic from "The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan." Absolutely Sweet Marie -- George Harrison De muzikale leider van dit mega-concert was G. E. Smith, die jarenlang de muzikale leiding had van het Amerikaanse tv-programma Saturday Night Live. Anton Fig -- Drums Ron Fair -- Piano Booker T. Jones -- Organ A previously lost interview with Columbia Records’ legendary exec John Hammond, talking about signing Dylan.