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Voices

The basement tape

A recording of Bob Dylan at the 1963 Brandeis Folk Festival is unearthed

By Alex Beam
Globe Staff / October 19, 2010

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There is no doubt that Brandeis was the place to be on May 10, 1963. That was the day that Bob Dylan sang seven songs at the Brandeis Folk Festival, sharing the bill with Scottish balladeer Jean Redpath, Don Stover and the Lilly Brothers, and the silver leaf Gospel Singers. That performance never subsequently heard on tape or CD, until ... (Full article: 669 words)

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