Bob Dylan Neil Young The Band "S.N.A.C.K." LP 1975 bootleg Near Mint splatter
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Bob Dylan Neil Young The Band "S.N.A.C.K." LP 1975 bootleg 


LP 1975 bootleg 

Label:Vibrator Records 160  Format:Vinyl, LP, Unofficial Release, Mono, Multicolor Transparent Splatter  Country:US  Released:1975 
Genre:Rock, Blues, Pop, Folk, World, & Country  Style:Classic Rock, Country Rock, Folk Rock, Honky Tonk, Rhythm & Blues

Bootleg taken from the K101-FM S.N.A.C.K. Benefit Concert Broadcast, Kezar Stadium, Golden Gate Park San Francisco, CA, 03/23/75. This was a one-day festival in aid of Bill Graham's S.N.A.C.K. (Students Need Athletics, Culture and Kicks) organization. Neil Young, with his regular sidemen Ben Keith and Tim Drummond, performed together with Bob Dylan, Rick Danko, Garth Hudson and Levon Helm. The Band trio did "The Weight", and "Loving You Is Sweeter Than Ever", "Ain't That a Lot of Love", and was present on the all-star finale "Will The Circle Be Unbroken?".

The sound is relatively clean and problem free except that Dylan's vocals are all but inaudible due to a dead mike. On "I Want You" Rick comes through loud and clear with Dylan absent and it's a bit comical. Levon is his usual - great and sounding like he's having fun! Track 8 is Knockin' on Heaven's Door, but someone sings Dragon - who knows why?


A1 Are You Ready For The Country

A2 Lookin' For A Love

A3 Loving You (Is Sweeter Than Ever)

A4 I Want You

B1 The Weight

B2 Helpless / Knockin' At The Dragon's Door

B3 Will The Circle Be Unbroken?

B4 Who Killed Davey Moore?

B5 All I Really Want To Do

Bass – Rick Danko

Drums – Levon Helm

Guitar – Tim Drummond

Keyboards – Garth Hudson

Pedal Steel Guitar – Ben Keith

Piano, Guitar – Neil Young

Piano, Harmonica, Guitar – Bob Dylan


The Students Need Athletics, Culture, & Kicks concert of March 23, 1975, was organized by Bill Graham to help out the San Francisco city schools. We bring you the unbelievable conclusion of that concert.

The following songs are from the Philharmonic Hall concert given by Bob Dylan in October of 1964. These songs have never appeared on any album, legit or boot, before.

B4. "Who Killed Davey Moore?"

B5. "All I Really Want to Do"

Produced by : Big D, Beady Eye & Eagle Eye for the Man at the Fairmont, Joe H. & Jay P., Carol & Char, Sean & Mark, Melinda & Stacy, Bobby D., Vicky, the Professor, the Space Queen, the Space King, Hoffman Avenue, Jose, Weasel, Lessie, Sue, Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band, Frank & Gail, Ken & Gwenyth, Christopher & Morgan, Little Larry, Jim & Bret, John, the Fabs, Mario, William Stout, Roy Orbison, Tony & Maryann, Lou & Dave, Rock & Roll, Frankie-Boy, Mary & Eric, the 1949-1964 New York Yankees, wiffle ball, comic books, baseball cards, Carter's field & the garages, Woodward & Bernstein, 45's (love dem big holes!), Tom "Weird City" Waits, and all of you out there in Woodstock Nation who get high and rock and roll. And for Rick.

Track durations do not appear on release

Matrix / Runout (Side A Etched): VIBE #160-A "Dedicated To These Few People Who Truly Understand Me"

Matrix / Runout (Side B Etched): VIBE #160-B "For Love And Dave"

CONDITION:  NEAR MINT vinyl in a paper inner sleeve in a plain white hard card sleeve (fair condition, pen marks, stain, edge and ring wear)

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