Bob Dylan Recorded 11/17/94 and 11/18/94 at Sony Music Studios - New York City
After coming off of a brilliant performance at Woodstock II, Bob Dylan returned to his folk roots and pulled off a natural and seamless ""MTV Unplugged"" performance. Taping the show over the course of two days, Dylan played such well-known hits as ""Like A Rolling Stone,"" ""The Times They Are A'Changin,"" and ""Knockin' On Heaven's Door"" while dipping into the Dylan playlist for ""Tombstone Blues,"" ""With God On Our Side"" and ""Everything Is Broken.""
An excerpt from the MTV Unplugged book...""We taped on two nights and he rose to the occasion-- even ushering out 'Desolation Row' for the first time in years. The first night he chose a selection of his most obscure songs. The second night he played the hits. For both evenings, however, he seemed to be reinventing the songs on the spot-- almost as if he was rewriting them. The only exceptions were the very straightforward versions of two beautiful but lesser-known tun
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