Expanded Version of Bob Dylan Documentary No Direction Home to Be Released

No direction homeTen years ago, a documentary called No Direction Home was released. It was about Bob Dylan’s early years, from his childhood through 1966. With interviews and footage from his tours, it was an excellent documentary about this key period in Dylan’s career.

Now, for the tenth anniversary of the release, a new version is due out on October 28. With two hours more footage than the original release, this promises to be, will, two hours more interesting. (Amazon.com, Amazon UK) There will also be a digital version avilable on the iTunes Store.

The special edition contains the following:

BOX SET SPECIAL FEATURES:

Two-disc Blu-Ray edition & two-disc DVD edition in a deluxe portfolio
Three 8×10 lithographic photo prints
Special edition Bob Dylan magazine featuring historical articles and photos

BLU RAY & DVD FEATURES:

Unedited “Apothecary Scene” from the 1966 U.K. tour
Interview with director Martin Scorsese on the making of the film
Extended interviews from Liam Clancy and Dave Van Ronk
Original trailer for the DVD release

BOB DYLAN PERFORMANCES:

“Blowin’ in the Wind” — live on TV : March 1963
“Girl from the North Country” — from unaired Canadian TV special “Quest”: February 1964
“Man of Constant Sorrow” — live on TV : March 1964
“Mr. Tambourine Man” — Newport Folk Festival : July 26, 1964
“Love Minus Zero/No Limit” — London, England : May 1965
“Like a Rolling Stone” — Live in Newcastle, England : May 21, 1966
“One Too Many Mornings” — Live in Liverpool, England : May 1, 1966

OTHER FEATURES:

Unused promotional spot for “Positively 4th St.”
“I Can’t Leave Her Behind” — work in progress in hotel room Glasgow, May 19th, 1966

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