LosslessBob LB-6930
5/3/63WFMT radio, Chicago, IL1B+66min

BOOTLEG: STUDS TERKEL'S WAX MUSEUM; Yellow Dog 057 ; To commemorate the passing of veteran radio personality Studs Terkel, his Dylan show from 1963., Lineage: Yellow Dog YD 057->EAC->Flac Frontend (level 8, align on sector boundaries->torrent, Info from http://www.angelfire.com/wa/monicasdude/450.htm:, STUDS TERKEL'S WAX MUSEUM, Yellow Dog 057 [T-450], WFMT-AM (Chicago, IL); April 26, 1963, DEEP: A significant upgrade. Much clearer sound, less hiss, very enjoyable disk. The interview makes for very good listening, too. Thumbs up to this one and some killer period photos to boot., Info from http://www.bobsboots.com/CDs/cd-s73.html:, Tracks:, Introduction, Farewell, Hard Rain, Bob Dylan's Dream, Boots Of Spanish Leather, John Brown, Who Killed Davey Moore?, Blowin' In The Wind Review:, The 1963 Terkel performance and interview is a must have for any serious collector. Bob has come into his own as a performer even at this early date. The songs are well done, and Bob's wit shines through on the interview. This CD is the one to own. Yellow Dog has removed most of the tape hiss of what was already a very nice sounding line recording, and it now sounds better than ever. The colorized cover is gorgeous. The original black and white BBC photos are from the set of of the 1962 UK TV play Madhouse On Castle Street. The package photos and aesthetics alone would make this one worth the price., source:, WFMT radio, Chicago, IL May 01, 1963, Manufacturer / Catalog No., Yellow Dog / YD 057, On his website, Studs Terkel gives a date of May 1, 1963 for his interview with Dylan., (http://www.studsterkel.org/ghits.php)

bittorrent download 11/08; very close to mono; nothing above 16k but does not have lego parapets; in comparison this is more muffled and harsher than LB-1071 and LB-5970 but less muffled than bootleg "Before the Flood and after the fire"; (did not listen to all of this)
Tracklist: Farewell, A Hard Rain's A-Gonna Fall, Bob Dylan's Dream, Boots Of Spanish Leather, John Brown, Who Killed Davey Moore, Blowin' In The Wind
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