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Bob Dylan Announces 36-Disc Set of 1966 Live Albums, Shares “Tell Me, Momma”: Listen

On November 11, 36 Bob Dylan concerts recorded throughout 1966 will be compiled in a massive, 36-disc set called The 1966 Live Recordings, Rolling Stone reports. To mark the announcement, Dylan has shared a version of “Tell Me, Momma” recorded at London’s Royal Albert Hall on May 26, 1966, which you can hear below. (The song never appeared on a studio album.) The mostly unreleased recordings were taken from soundboards, CBS Records mobile recordings, and audience tapes.
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