I'd to look twice at this one. Since there is no track list up yet I'm assuming this the same cd as the bootleg I've had for about 10 years. It's got almost the same cover and exactly the same title. Originally issued by Yellow Dog in 1992 it is a pristine recording of an hour long radio show broadcast in March 1962-(Clinton Heylin reckons the actual
recording took place in mid Feb and I'm not going to argue with him..). The host on the show was Cynthia Gooding, a folksinger herself and clearly smitten by Bob's youthful charm. She interviews him between Bob singing 11 complete
songs. They are: Lonesome whistle blues, Fixin to die, Smokestack lightnin, Hard Travelin, Emmett Till, Standing on the Highway,Roll on John, Stealin, Long time man feel bad, Baby please don't go,Hard times in NY town. Some are unique in that there are no other versions of Dylan doing them,only a couple made his subsequent debut album, all are worth having. What makes the cd (my one anyway) essential is the interview itself. Dylan myths start right here. The
gushing Gooding laps up Bob's tales about running away from home as a kid,joining a carnival, etc. etc. He barely keeps from laughing throughout.
All in all this is classic early Dylan-check the tracklist against mine, some titles may have slightly different names,but if it rings at all true to the above, don't think twice its brilliant.