Bob Dylan: the Complete Basement Tapes
Back in 1967, Bob Dylan and several members of what became the Band, got together in Upstate New York. For several months, the musicians played together and recorded their work. Eight years later, some of that music was officially released as The Basement Tapes. Then additional material surfaced on bootlegs that were passed around, providing a hint of the bigger treasure trove that existed.
Now for the first time, every salvageable recording from those sessions, including recently discovered works, is in one spot: The Basement Tapes Complete. The six-disc box set was compiled chronologically by Garth Hudson and Canadian music archivist/producer, Jan Haust.
Hear the documentary called Bob Dylan: the Complete Basement Tapes, produced by Joyride Media and hosted by Rita Houston on Inside The Music.