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Bob Dylan - "Trouble in Mind"

An outtake from Slow Train Coming (1979) that made it to the B-side of the single "Gotta Serve Somebody."


Comments (4)

Good tune, Frank. Haven't heard it in years. I had that single and always wondered why the song was left off the album.

There is a whole fourth album-worth of songs Dylan wrote along the lines of those in the albums Slow Train Coming, Saved, and Shot of Love. They include "Cover Down, Break Through," "Ain't No Man Righteous," "Ain't Gonna Go to Hell for Anybody," "Yonder Comes Sin," "Let's Keep It Between Us," and others. You can find them on YouTube with fan graphics (try searching with something like dylan yonder comes sin). Most of these are concert performances; perhaps Dylan never tried them out in the studio. I would be first in line to buy the CD if Sony would release such a recording. By my count there are something like eight-ten such songs out there.

Here's a link:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6uZL7f3nC9M

Give these things a listen "before they all disappear!"

the video got removed.. there isn't really another way to listen to this song? i've been looking for it for like.. ages now!

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