LosslessBob LB-9021
xx/xx/61Gaslight In Greenwich Village plus more1C60min

BOOTLEG: the villager; Mega-rare restored vinyl "The Villager" - Speed-corrected and rejoined - a HC Exclusive!, I know, I know... Bobsboots says this is one of the worst recorded albums ever made. Well, they're wrong in this case. It isn't so bad as all that. Once the speed was corrected and the pops and ticks were removed, it sounds pretty good. Perfect it isn't, and not by a long shot. But it is listenable to and enjoyable as well., Sides one and two are listed as a Gaslight tape from September 1961 with the exception of "California", which is a "Times" outtake. Sides three and four are listed as the Gleason's home tape except for "Lay Down Your Weary Tune" and "I've Been A Moonshiner", which are both also "Times" outtakes. More specific information I don't know, perhaps you can supply it., Get it while you can!, Lineage: First pressing Lps ->Sound Forge 6.0 -> Click and crackle removal -> conversion to true mono to two-channel true mono -> FLAC via TLH, level 6, sectors aligned and verified, FLAC integrity verified., Enjoy!, A DoinkerTape

bittorrent download 12/10; very close to mono; has hiss; in comparison on t1 to bootleg Documents of Bob Dylan Vol 3 LB-6630, this has a lot more hiss and distortion and is harder to hear the vocals; (did not listen to all of this)
Setlist (Run time 59m 06s):, LP 1 "Live At The Gaslight In Greenwich Village 1963", Man On The Street, He Was A Friend Of Mine, Talkin' Bear Mountain Picnic Massacre Disaster Blues, Song To Woody, Car, Car, Riding In My Car (With Dave Van Ronk), Pretty Polly, California, LP 2 "Interpretation On Woody Guthrie", Jesus Met The Woman At The Well, Gypsy Davy, Bull Session #1, Pastures Of Plenty, Jesse James, Bull Session #2, Tuneups And False Starts, Remember Me, Lay Down Your Weary Tune, I've Been A Moonshiner (Battle Song)
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