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Bob Dylan Is Releasing a 36-Disc Set of 1966 Live Albums to Go Immediately on Your Christmas List

Attention, music completists: Bob Dylan is about to gift you 36 albums' worth of rare live recordings from 1966 like he's a regular old Kris Kringle. Under your Christmas tree this year will more than likely be The 1966 Live Recordings, a 36-disc box set all taken from shows during ... More »
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