Bob Dylan / Live 1962 – 1966: Rare Copyright Collections 2CD set

To tie in with Bob Dylan‘s upcoming 2018 tour of Australia, Sony are issuing a new double-CD compilation called Live 1962 – 1966: Rare Performances From The Copyright Collections.

This two-CD set consists of previously released live recordings from 1962 – 1966 and “shines a light on some great performances that were initially overlooked, with most of the recordings now near impossible to find.”

This originally appeared to be a Japan-only release, but it seems now to be much more widely available. Indeed, it’s great value, priced at around the £10 mark, or less, so definitely worth picking up.

Live 1962 – 1966: Rare Performances From The Copyright Collections will be issued on 27 July 2018 and is a CD-only set.

CD1: 1962-1964

  1. Blowin’ in the Wind (Gerdes Folk City – April 16, 1962)
  2. Corinna, Corrina (Gerdes Folk City – April 16, 1962)
  3. John Brown (New York Town Hall – April 12, 1963)
  4. Don’t Think Twice, It’s All Right (New York Town Hall – April 12, 1963)
  5. Bob Dylan’s Dream (New York Town Hall – April 12, 1963)
  6. Seven Curses (New York Town Hall – April 12, 1963)
  7. Boots of Spanish Leather (New York Town Hall – April 12, 1963)
  8. Masters of War (Carnegie Hall – October 26, 1963)
  9. The Lonesome Death of Hattie Carroll (Carnegie Hall – October 26, 1963)
  10. When the Ship Comes In (March on Washington – August 28, 1963)
  11. The Times They Are A-Changin’ (Royal Festival Hall – May 17, 1964)
  12. Girl From the North Country (Royal Festival Hall – May 17, 1964)
  13. Mr. Tambourine Man (Royal Festival Hall – May 17, 1964)
  14. It Ain’t Me, Babe (Royal Festival Hall – May 17, 1964)
  15. To Ramona (Newport Folk Festival – July 26, 1964)
  16. Chimes of Freedom (Royal Festival Hall – May 17, 1964)

CD2: 1965-1966

  1. One Too Many Mornings (BBC TV – June 1, 1965)
  2. It’s Alright, Ma (I’m Only Bleeding) (City Hall, Sheffield, England – April 30, 1965)**
  3. Love Minus Zero/No Limit (Liverpool Odeon, England – May 1, 1965)
  4. Gates of Eden (Manchester Free Trade Hall, England – May 7, 1965)
  5. It’s All Over Now, Baby Blue (Liverpool Odeon, England – May 1, 1965)
  6. She Belongs to Me (Royal Albert Hall, London, England – May 10, 1965)
  7. Maggie’s Farm (Hollywood Bowl – September 3, 1965)
  8. It Takes a Lot to Laugh, It Takes a Train to Cry (Newport Folk Festival – July 25, 1965)
  9. Desolation Row (Sydney Stadium, Australia – 13, 1966)
  10. Baby, Let Me Follow You Down (Capitol Theatre, Cardiff, Wales – May 11, 1966)
  11. I Don’t Believe You (She Acts Like We Never Have Met) (Capitol Theatre, Cardiff, Wales – May 11, 1966)
  12. Ballad of a Thin Man (Odeon Theatre, Glasgow, Scotland – May 20, 1966)
  13. Visions of Johanna (ABC, Belfast, N. Ireland – May 6, 1966)

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Emilio Lafarga Giribets

My Japanese edition has just arrived this morning from amazon.co.jp via DHLA. It was 26€ including shipping, VAT and taxes.

[…] – 1966: Rare Performances From The Copyright Collections, the new Bob Dylan two-CD set SDE told you about on Tuesday, is now finally available to pre-order in the UK. Sony are issuing this set that features […]


£9.72 now on amazon uk and it includes a free autorip

Peter Stanton

Keep hanging on to see if there is a UK offer, but the German deal is very tempting .
I will definitely be getting this.

Michael Fortin

Looks interesting. I need more “live” Dylan and you can’t beat that price.


Why is It’s Alright, Ma at City Hall, Sheffield, England double starred all by it’s lonesome??

Jack Kelleher

The Japan edition has an extra track on CD2, Like a Rolling Stone

The Golden Age Of ---- --'-

As much as I love LARS and must already have dozens of live versions, I think an extra £17+ for one track is too much.

But why, oh why do record companies in this day and age have uniform album releases worldwide? Oh yes, I forgot, to rip us off.


Good news! This is great to see a copyright release get an affordable CD release. I had seen this on iTunes, fully expecting it to be the only purchase point. Was pleasantly suprised to see this show up.

The Golden Age Of _ _ _ _ _ _ ` _

That`s saved me £17 plus a possible £14 Customs & Post Office charges.

I ordered from CD Japan and have managed to cancel my order.

Thanks Paul, you see people this site can save you money also!


Paul, will you start adding Australian amazon prices here? You have a lot of Australian music buyers who use your site

Alan Blevin

Your issue in doing this is that Amazon.com.au often has no listing for titles before release date.For example as of yesterday there was no listing for next weeks cd releases of Welcome To The Blackout or Florence And The Machine.
Also beware the dreaded “available in 4-5 weeks” which seems to be common among new releases even if they are out locally.
In other Amazon.com.au they have launched Prime but here it means you will probably get it in a few days which is different to Prime elsewhere.Only 10 days to an Amazon free life.


It would be very interesting to see the Australian prices in UK pounds. It could show the world how much of a rip off prices are in Australia. I generally don’t buy new releases in Australia unless they are discounted.


$19.99 at JB lofi


Does anybody know where these release were initially found on?


As referred to in the title. These are selections from the Copyright extension collections (aka The 50th Anniversary Collections 1963, 1964, 1985) which saw a very limited release between 2010 and 2015.

The 1966 recordings come from the “The 1966 Live Recordings” box set.

See Bob Dylan’s discography on wikipedia for more information.

Harold Lepidus

Harold, great article… perhaps needs an update given the track listing for the generally available version. I pre-ordered at amazon for $13.99!

Ben Williams

Great release! Very nice and look forward to this one. Especially the first disc!