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Sunday Street playlist for 05/20/2012

ArtistTitleAlbum (* = New Release)
Set # 1: Dylan through five decades
Bob DylanBob Dylan's DreamThe Freehweelin' Bob Dylan
Bob DylanUp To MeBiograph
Bob DylanBlind Willie McTellBootleg Series Vol. 3
Bob DylanLove SickTime Out of Mind
Bob DylanHigh WaterLove and Theft
Set # 2
Bob DylanBaby Let Me Follow You DownBob Dylan
Ray BonnevilleIt Takes A Lot To Laugh, It Takes A Train To CryNod To Bob II*
Richie HavensTombstone BluesI'm Not There soundtrack
Bob DylanPolitical WorldOh Mercy
Set # 3
Patti SmithDrifter's EscapeChimes of Freedom*
The KennedysAs I Went Out One MorningThe Kennedys Sing Dylan
Thea GilmoreI Am A Lonesome HoboJohn Wesley Harding
Bob DylanAll Along The WatchtowerJohn Wesley Harding
Set # 4
Bob Dylan and The BandOdds and EndsThe Basement Tapes
Suzzy and Maggie RocheClothes Line SagaA Nod To Bob
Coulson, Dean, McGuinness and FlintLo and BeholdLo and Behold
Bob Dylan and The BandYeah Heavy and a Bottle of BreadThe Basement Tapes
Set # 5
Bob DylanSong for WoodyBob Dylan
Bob DylanI Ain't Got No HomeA Tribute to Woody Guthrie
set # 6
Bob Dylan & Pete SeegerYe Playboys and PlaygirlsBroadside at Newport
Bryan FerryA Hard Rain's A Gonna FallThese Foolish Things
Set # 7
Fairport ConventionPercy's SongUnhalfbricking
Bob DylanGeorge Jackson45 single
Bob DylanThe Ballad of Donald WhiteThe Best of Broadside
Set # 8
Bob DylanHighway 51Bob Dylan
Roger McGuinnIt's Alright Ma (I'm Only Bleeding)Easy Rider soundtrack
Bob DylanHighway 61 Revisited (alternate take)No Direction Home soundtrack
Taj MahalBob Dylan's 115th DreamChimes of Freedom*
Set # 9
Bob DylanForever YoungPlanet Waves

Our annual celebration of Bob Dylan's birthday (he'll be 71 this Thursday)and the 50th anniversary of the release of his first album. Last night, at The University Cafe, Pete and Maura Kennedy, Rod MacDonald, Russ Seeger, Steve Kaplan, Brian Kachejian, and special guest Caroline Doctorow, did an amazing concert of Dylan songs spanning this fifty year career.

2012 also marks the 45th anniversary of the release of JOHN WESLEY HARDING and the 45th anniversary of the recording of THE BASEMENT TAPES, so today's program noted these milestones as well.