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Bob Dylan's Eighth "Bootleg Series" Release, "Tell Tale Signs," Due in October

July 29, 2008 11:36 AM ET

Bob Dylan will release the eighth installment of his Bootleg Series on October 7th. Tell Tale Signs features unreleased recordings and alternate versions of studio sessions from the last two decades, sessions that ultimately resulted in albums like Time Out of Mind, Love and Theft and Modern Times. The two-disc set will also feature rare live performances.

For a limited time, Bob Dylan's refurbished Website is offering a free download of "Dreamin' of You," culled from Dylan's 1997 Daniel Lanois-produced Time Out of Mind sessions. Tell Tale Signs will be available as both a two-CD and a four-LP vinyl set, with both versions featuring 27 songs and a 60-page booklet. For the Dylaniacs, there's the Exclusive Deluxe Edition, which includes the two discs plus a third containing 13 more rare songs, a 150-page photo book of Dylan's singles from around the world and a 7'' vinyl single. The first 5,000 to preorder get a bonus poster for Bob Dylan's Theme Time Radio Hour. For the entire track list, click after the jump.

Bob Dylan - Tell Tale Signs - The Bootleg Series Vol. 8

Disc One
"Mississippi" - (Unreleased, Time Out Of Mind)
"Most of the Time" - (Alternate version, Oh Mercy)
"Dignity" - (Piano demo, Oh Mercy) "Someday Baby" - (Alternate version, Modern Times)
"Red River Shore" - (Unreleased, Time Out Of Mind)
"Tell 'Ole Bill" - (Alternate version, North Country Soundtrack)
"Born in Time" - (Unreleased, Oh Mercy)
"Can't Wait" - (Alternate version, Time Out Of Mind)
"Everything is Broken" - (Alternate version, Oh Mercy)
"Dreamin' of You" - (Unreleased, Time Out Of Mind)
"Huck's Tune" - (Lucky You soundtrack)
"Marching to the City" - (Unreleased, Time Out Of Mind)
"High Water (For Charley Patton)" - (Live, Niagara, 2003)

Disc Two
"Mississippi" - (Unreleased version #2, Time Out Of Mind)
"32-20 Blues" - (Unreleased, World Gone Wrong) "Series of Dreams" - (Unreleased, Oh Mercy)
"God Knows" - (Unreleased, Oh Mercy)
"Can't Escape From You" - (Unreleased, December 2005)
"Dignity" - (Unreleased, Oh Mercy)
"Ring Them Bells" - (Live at the Supper Club, 1993)
"Cocaine Blues" - (Live, Vienna, Virginia, 1997)
"Ain't Talkin'" - (Alternate version, Modern Times)
"The Girl On The Greenbriar Shore" - (Live, 1992)
"Lonesome Day Blues" - (Live, Sunrise, Florida, 2002)
"Miss the Mississippi" - (Unreleased, 1992)
"The Lonesome River" - (Clinch Mountain Country)
"'Cross The Green Mountain" - (Gods And Generals Soundtrack)

Disc Three (Deluxe Set Only)
"Duncan And Brady" - (Unreleased, 1992)
"Cold Irons Bound" - (Live, Bonnaroo, June 2004)
"Mississippi" - (Unreleased version #3, Time Out Of Mind)
"Most Of The Time" - (Alternate version #2, Oh Mercy)
"Ring Them Bells" - (Alternate version, Oh Mercy)
"Things Have Changed" - (Live, Portland, Oregon, 2000)
"Red River Shore" - (Unreleased version #2, Time Out Of Mind)
"Born In Time" - (Unreleased version #2, Oh Mercy)
"Tryin' To Get To Heaven" - (Live, London, England, 2000)
"Marchin' To The City" - (Unreleased version #2, Time Out Of Mind)
"Can’t Wait" - (Alternate version #2, Time Out Of Mind)
"Mary And The Soldier" - (Unreleased, World Gone Wrong)

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