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Old Jun 03, 2004, 09:56 AM   #1
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Default George and Bob

Is maybe "Where Were You Last Night" the closest Georga and Bob ever got on a recording together?

Not counting the Bangla Desh performance.

It's really a Bob song I think, as for lyrics, but I can see for instance Bob and George having a laugh whilst coming up both with the words.

So people, is this the closest George/Bob one?

Cool lyrics btw

Where were you last night?
You were so uptight
What did you do, who did you see?
Were you with someone
Who reminded you of me?

Where were you last night?

Where were you last week?
Were you up a creek?
Did you stay up pacing the floor?
Got me worried
You ignore me more and more

Where were you last night?
You weren't around me
When they found me
Where were you last night?

You'd better stop your messin around
Your name is going round from town to town
It's making me sad
Making me feel bad
Where were you last night?

Where were you last year?
You're sure as [...]
You weren't waiting where you said
You sent someone in your place instead

Where were you last night?
It's getting to me
Making me gloomy
Where were you last night?


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Old Jun 03, 2004, 10:18 AM   #2
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I think this song was written jointly.It has the hallmarks of a Bob song but it has much humour in the lyrics which suggest George was involved quite heavily.
I think this is the closest they got to recording together.They played live together various times but on record it was usually George recording (brilliantly) Bob's songs.
It's a shame they never did more together.Bob is the superior songwriter but George was a very funny guy (also a good writer of course) and they could have came up with some classics.

Where Were You Last Night is a excellent song, one of the best from Volume 3.
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Old Jun 03, 2004, 01:58 PM   #3
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The Columbia Sessions 1970



1. Song To Woody (Dylan)

Studio Jam
1970

George Harrison, Bob Dylan

2. Momma, You've Been On My Mind (Dylan)

Studio Jam
1970

George Harrison, Bob Dylan
Cover lists track as "You Been On My Mind"
3. Justo (Dylan/Harrison)

Studio Jam
1970

George Harrison, Bob Dylan

4. Yesterday (Lennon/McCartney)

Studio Jam
1970

George Harrison, Bob Dylan

5. Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues (Dylan)

Studio Jam
1 Mar 1970

Bob Dylan

6. Da Doo Ron Ron (Spector/Greenwich/Barry)

Studio Jam
1 May 1970

Bob Dylan

7. One Too Many Mornings (Dylan)

Studio Jam
1 May 1970

Bob Dylan

8. One Too Many Mornings (Dylan)

Studio
Feb 1969

Bob Dylan

9. Good Old Mountain Dew (unknown)

Studio
Feb 1969

Bob Dylan

10. I Still Miss Someone (unknown)


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Studio
Feb 1969

Bob Dylan
Dylan/Cash

11. Careless Love (unknown)

Studio
Feb 1969

Bob Dylan

12. Matchbox (Perkins)


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Studio
Feb 1969

Bob Dylan
Dylan/Cash

13. Big River (unknown)


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Studio
Feb 1969

Bob Dylan
Dylan/Cash

14. That's Alright Mama (Dylan)


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Studio
Feb 1969

Bob Dylan
Dylan/Cash

15. You Are My Sunshine (Davis/Mitchell)


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Studio
Feb 1969

Bob Dylan
Dylan/Cash





1. Nowhere To Go (Harrison/Dylan)
2:04
Demo
Nov 1968 Or 30 Apr 1

George Harrison, Beatles Related, Bob Dylan

2. Nowhere To Go (Harrison/Dylan)
1:31
Demo
Nov 1968 Or 30 Apr 1

George Harrison, Beatles Related, Bob Dylan

3. I'd Have You Anytime (Harrison/Dylan)
1:15
Demo
Nov 1968 Or 30 Apr 1

George Harrison, Beatles Related, Bob Dylan

4. Song To Woody (Dylan)
4:25

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Studio
1 May 1970

George Harrison, Beatles Related, Bob Dylan
Columbia Studios - From an original Columbia acetate

5. Mama, You've Been On My Mind (unknown)
2:44

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Studio
1 May 1970

George Harrison, Beatles Related, Bob Dylan
Columbia Studios - From an original Columbia acetate

6. Don't Think Twice, It's Alright (unknown)
2:02

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Studio
1 May 1970

George Harrison, Beatles Related, Bob Dylan
Columbia Studios - From an original Columbia acetate

7. Yesterday (Lennon/McCartney)
2:56

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Studio
1 May 1970

George Harrison, Beatles Related, Bob Dylan
Columbia Studios - From an original Columbia acetate

8. Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues (Dylan)
4:01

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Studio
1 May 1970

George Harrison, Beatles Related, Bob Dylan
Columbia Studios - From an original Columbia acetate

9. Da Doo Ron Ron (Spector/Greenwich/Barry)
3:10

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Studio
1 May 1970

George Harrison, Beatles Related, Bob Dylan
Columbia Studios - From an original Columbia acetate

10. One Too Many Mornings (Dylan)
6:17

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Studio
1 May 1970

George Harrison, Beatles Related, Bob Dylan
Columbia Studios - From an original Columbia acetate

11. Went To See The Gypsy (Dylan)
2:51

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Studio
1 May 1970

George Harrison, Beatles Related, Bob Dylan
Columbia Studios

12. If Not For You (Dylan)
3:33

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Studio
1 May 1970

George Harrison, Beatles Related, Bob Dylan
Columbia Studios

13. Working On A Guru (unknown)
3:38

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Studio
1 May 1970

George Harrison, Beatles Related, Bob Dylan
Columbia Studios

14. If Not For You (Dylan)
0:41
Rehearsal
Bangladesh Concert
31 Jul 1971

George Harrison, Beatles Related, Bob Dylan

15. _Introduction_ (unknown)
0:23

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Concert
Bangladesh
1 Aug 1971

George Harrison, Beatles Related, Bob Dylan
Unreleased afternoon performances

16. (Medley) (unknown)

(unidentified)
(date unknown)


Love Minus Zero (unknown)


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Concert
Bangladesh
1 Aug 1971

George Harrison, Beatles Related, Bob Dylan
Unreleased afternoon performances

No Limit (unknown)
4:20

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Concert
Bangladesh
1 Aug 1971

George Harrison, Beatles Related, Bob Dylan
Unreleased afternoon performances

17. _Introduction_ (unknown)
0:21

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Concert
Bangladesh
1 Aug 1971

George Harrison, Beatles Related, Bob Dylan
Unreleased afternoon performances

Phil Spector
18. A Hard Rain's Gonna Fall (unknown)
5:31

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Concert
Bangladesh
1 Aug 1971

George Harrison, Beatles Related, Bob Dylan
Unreleased afternoon performances

19. _Introduction_ (unknown)
0:38

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Concert
Bangladesh
1 Aug 1971

George Harrison, Beatles Related, Bob Dylan
Unreleased afternoon performances

Phil Spector
20. I Don't Want To Do It (Dylan)
2:21
Demo
1980

George Harrison, Beatles Related, Bob Dylan

21. Abandoned Love (Dylan)
4:12
Demo
1980

George Harrison, Beatles Related, Bob Dylan

22. I Don't Want To Do It (Dylan)
2:52
Regular
45 Mix
(date unknown)

George Harrison, Beatles Related, Bob Dylan

23. Under The Red Sky (Dylan)
4:09
Regular
(date unknown)

George Harrison, Beatles Related, Bob Dylan

24. If Not For You (Dylan)
4:06
Concert
Bobfest
16 Oct 1992

George Harrison, Beatles Related, Bob Dylan

25. Absolutely Sweet Marie (Dylan)
4:35
Concert
Bobfest
16 Oct 1992

George Harrison, Beatles Related, Bob Dylan

26. Something (Harrison)
3:55
Concert
13 Nov 2002

George Harrison, Beatles Related, Bob Dylan



1. Ghost Riders In The Sky (unknown)

Studio
Rehearsal
01 May 1970

George Harrison, Bob Dylan

2. Cupid (Cooke)

Studio
Rehearsal
01 May 1970

George Harrison, Bob Dylan

3. All I Have To Do Is Dream (Bryant)

Studio
Rehearsal
01 May 1970

George Harrison, Bob Dylan

4. Gates Of Eden (Dylan)

Studio
Rehearsal
01 May 1970

George Harrison, Bob Dylan

5. I Threw It All Away (Dylan)

Studio
Rehearsal
01 May 1970

George Harrison, Bob Dylan

6. I Don't Believe You (Dylan)

Studio
Rehearsal
01 May 1970

George Harrison, Bob Dylan

7. Matchbox (Perkins)

Studio
Rehearsal
01 May 1970

George Harrison, Bob Dylan

8. Your True Love (Perkins)

Studio
Rehearsal
1 May 1970

George Harrison, Bob Dylan
listed on cover as "True love, your love"
9. Las Vegas Blues (unknown)

Studio
Rehearsal
1 May 1970

George Harrison, Bob Dylan
song title according to Madinger/Easter, listed on cover as "Wonder when my swamp's gonna catch on fire"
10. Fishing Blues (unknown)


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Studio
Rehearsal
1 May 1970

George Harrison, Bob Dylan
listed on cover as "I'm goin' fishing"

11. Honey, Just Allow Me One More Chance (Dylan)

Studio
Rehearsal
01 May 1970

George Harrison, Bob Dylan

12. Rainy Day Women #12 & 35 (Dylan)

Studio
Rehearsal
01 May 1970

George Harrison, Bob Dylan

13. Song To Woody (Dylan)

Studio
Rehearsal
01 May 1970

George Harrison, Bob Dylan

14. Mama You Been On My Mind (Dylan)

Studio
Rehearsal
01 May 1970

George Harrison, Bob Dylan

15. Don't Think Twice, It's All Right (Dylan)

Studio
Rehearsal
01 May 1970

George Harrison, Bob Dylan

16. Yesterday (Lennon/McCartney)

Studio
Rehearsal
01 May 1970

George Harrison, Bob Dylan

17. Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues (Dylan)

Studio
Rehearsal
01 May 1970

George Harrison, Bob Dylan

18. Da Doo Ron Ron (Spector/Greenwich/Barry)

Studio
Rehearsal
01 May 1970

George Harrison, Bob Dylan

19. One Too Many Mornings (Dylan)

Studio
Rehearsal
01 May 1970

George Harrison, Bob Dylan

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Old Jun 03, 2004, 03:14 PM   #4
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I am glad responses are coming in yes those recordings are priceless, amazing and good to see that indeed there are various bootlegs containing this.

That Spot The Looney picture is hilarious
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Old Jun 07, 2004, 06:40 PM   #5
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Yes, that Spot The Loony picture is priceless! They look so lovely! George looks the best though! His bearded look goes very well with the attire!

Some great stuff on those bootlegs! And their version of Da Do Run Run is very entertaining.

I think of Where Were You Last Night as a collaboration too. I can hear George the songwriter in lines. I think the line "You weren't waiting where you said, you sent someone in your place instead" sounds very George (others may think Bob). "It's getting to me, making me gloomy" seems Bob. Makes sense here that they're singing their own lines. Of course now I'll probably find out I'm wrong!

This is one of my favorite songs from Wilbury III. I just love George and Bob together here.
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Old Jun 19, 2004, 07:08 PM   #6
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[ QUOTE ]
Savoy Truffle Posted:I can hear George the songwriter in lines. I think the line "You weren't waiting where you said, you sent someone in your place instead" sounds very George

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Me, too! Sounds very George to me!
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Old Jun 19, 2004, 10:04 PM   #7
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I'm glad you agree, HC!
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