Another of the “difficult” Dylan albums, which he later himself said was something of a joke, designed to relieve some of the pressure he felt from the sixties and his enormous popularity – to do something his fans could not relate to.

It is a sprawling double album, including live versions of “Like a Rolling Stone” and “The Mighty Quinn” from the Isle of Wight festival in 1969 and covers of “Blue Moon” and “Let it Be Me” as well as Gordon Lightfoot’s “Early Mornin’ Rain” and Simon & Garfunkel’s “The Boxer.” It also includes some traditionals: “It Hurts Me Too,” “Belle Isle.” and “Little Sadie.”

My copy via Beverly Coin & Jewelry in Beverly MA