By: Catherine Mitchell
In celebration of Record Day, Saturday, April 20, Bob Dylan is releasing previously unreleased materials on vinyl.
With the resurgence of vinyl, Dylan joins the ranks of other classic rock artist who are returning to their first love, vinyl.
According to the Bob Dylan website, the 7” vinyl will include an unreleased demo of “Wigwam,” and an unreleased rendition of “Thirsty Boots,” originally written and recorded by Civil Rights-era folksinger Eric Anderson, both songs were initially intended for the 1970 Self Portrait album.
“Thirsty Boots” not only appears as a part of the vinyl duo, but also on Dylan’s anticipated compilation Bootleg Series Vol.10 that centers around the music recorded between 1969’s Nashville Skyline and 1973’s Dylan.
Dylan enthusiast or just any vinyl lover can pick up a copy at participating independent record stores. Visit the Record Store Day website for local listings.