Outlaw Blues" is a song by Bob Dylan, recorded on January 14, 1965. It was originally released on Dylan's fifth studio album, Bringing It All Back Home. An acoustic version of the song, recorded the day before the album track, was released in 2005 as part of the Three Song Sampler EP, which contained outtakes from the soundtrack of the Martin Scorsese Dylan biopic, No Direction Home.
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Recorded on January 14, 1965 at Columbia Recording Studios in New York City, it was featured on Bob Dylan’s fifth studio album Bringing it All Back Home, which was released on March 22, 1965. Dylan performed the song live for the very first time in 2007 during a show in Nashville. Jack White from The White Stripes joined Dylan on stage. Outlaw Blues" Track Info. Written By Bob Dylan. Bass Guitar Bill Lee, John Boone, Joseph Macho, Jr. & 1 more.
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Album Name Hard Rain Vol. 2: A Tribute to Bob Dylan. Data de lançamento Julho 2002.