Bob Dylan Quietly Releases Rare Recordings Of Session With George Harrison

Bob Dylan quietly released a three-disc collection of rare recording sessions from 1970 on Sunday, November 29. The collection features the icon’s takes with Beatles legend George Harrison.

“This release is strictly limited to 1 unit per customer,” the U.K. store Badlands wrote when announcing Bob Dylan – 50th Anniversary Collection 1970. “Extremely limited release. It will sell out instantly … Thank you and best of luck.”

The recording sessions were given the limited edition release to overcome a European copyright rule that grants public access to any unreleased recording after 50 years.

Dylan and Harrison recorded the sessions at the Columbia Studio Building in New York. Charlie Daniels was the bass player, while Russ Kunkel was on drums.

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