LosslessBob LB-2140
xx/xx/70Working on a Guru (sequel to "The Beatles Play (with) Bob Dylan")1B-80min

BOOTLEG: Working on a Guru; t1 Dylan Harrison Session 1 May 1970, t2-11 Concert for Bangladesh, Afternoon show (Radio 1972) - Bob with George and Ringo, t12 from Lennon's Birthday Party 9 Oct 71, t13 John & Yoko "Rolling Stone" Interview - 8 Dec 70, t14 Lennon's Secret Diary Tape, t15-16 Lennon 1979-80 (Lost Lennon Tapes Vol. 4), t17 Dylan, Earls Court 1 July 81, t18 Dylan & Harrison Wembley Arena 17 Oct 87, t19 Dylan, Birmingham 7 JUn 89, t20 Dylan, Edmonton, t21 Travelling Wilburys outtake, t22 Harrison, Demo recorded 1983-85, t23 Harrison & Jeff Lynne, KLOS 10 Feb 88, t24 Dylan, Madison Square Garden, NYC 13 Nov 02

bittorrent download 11/04; very good sound [B-]
bad transition pop going into t5 and some other tracks
01 Working On A Guru - Bob & George, 02 George Harrison speaks (over If Not For You rehearsal with Dylan), 03 Dylan Intro, 04 Blowin' In The Wind, 05 It Takes a Lot To Laugh, It Takes a Train To Cry, 06 Just Like a Woman, 07 Phil Spector speaks, 08 Love Minus Zero/No Limit, 09 Phil Spector speaks, 10 A Hard Rain's Gonna Fall, 11 Phil Spector speaks, 12 Like A Rolling Stone/Dig It - John Lennon, 13 Dylan - John & Yoko "Rolling Stone" Interview - 8 Dec 70, 14 "Waiter For Christ" - John Lennon, 15 Serve Yerself (John's Bob Dylan parodies), 16 Lord, Take This Make Up Off Me/News of The Day (From Reuters) (John's Bob Dylan parodies), 17 Here Comes The Sun - Bob Dylan, 18 Rainy Day Women #12 & 35 - Bob & George, 19 Congratulations, 20 Nowhere Man, 21 Like A Ship, 22 Abandoned Love, 23 Rockline Medley (Here Comes The Sun, Bells of Rhymney, Mr Tambourine Man, Here Comes The Sun, Take Me As I Am Or Let Me Go, That's Alright Mama, Let It Be Me, Something,Every Grain Of Sand), 24 Something
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