Well, I don't have an album sized picture to view but no one looks like Rundgren or Young to me. Location: Toronto. After all these years I did not know that was him or that Neil Young was on there as well.
Location: Texas. I read somewhere maybe in "Shakey" that Neil had a safety copy of the Basement Tapes that he would play during his album sessions in the s. Neil's tape was the source of "I'm Bodypopping In The Basement - Ergo Phizmiz - Rakedika (Cassette) There" on the soundtrack to the film of the same name last year.
TobyApr 9, Location: Massapequa, NY. The album cover was indeed shot by Reid Miles. JohnnyApr 9, Location: Seattle, Bodypopping In The Basement - Ergo Phizmiz - Rakedika (Cassette).
The actual Big Pink basement doesn't look a bit like that. But it's appropriate they used a ringer for the basement, given the amount of overdubbing they did and the amount of ringers anachronous Band recordings that appear on the album. Bodypopping In The Basement - Ergo Phizmiz - Rakedika (Cassette) never knew that was Neil in the back there. Learn something new every day.
I guess that boiler does look a little big for a house that size Yep, glad this thread was here--cool info. Location: Manhasset, New York. Is this why no definative set has really been released yet? Does Columbia or Dylan not have access to them? I'll buy that the guy behind the smoke 6 could be Neil Young.
I know he and Dylan were hanging out a bit in California at the time. I still don't think the dude in the dress is Todd Rundgren though - although the height is just about right. DannyApr 10, Location: San Francisco. Another SideApr 10, CardinalFangApr 10, Location: The bottom of the cynical cesspool. CheepnikApr 10, You must log in or sign up to reply here.
Show Ignored Content. Share This Page. Your name or email address: Do you already have an account? No, create an account now. Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? Santa Fe Bourbon Street Don't Ya Tell Henry Wild Wolf I'm a Fool For You very easy to edit around the train wreck and turn this into a coherent track Honorable mentions: Baby Won't You Be My Baby a just miss All-American Boy though copyrighted by Dylan, maybe a little too self-referential and derivative of the Bobby Bare-composed model I'm Your Teenage Prayer great fun as a goof, but never copyrighted and not really appropo here I'm Alright could use another verse, but another strong candidate Minstrel Boy a little skeletal and undeveloped in this version One Man's Loss a little better quality recording would have helped I'm also very tempted Bodypopping In The Basement - Ergo Phizmiz - Rakedika (Cassette) include one or more of the other previously unbooted tracks like "My Woman She's a Leaving", "Mary Lou", or "Dress it Up" - but perhaps haven't had enough time with these yet GetRhythmMay 6, Cake likes this.
Burnt out on the Basements? Just in case anyone is further interested in the topic, here's a gentle bump GetRhythmMay 7, Location: Brooklyn, USA.
Good choices! With today's editing software, we can make a good hybrid version. But, I'm Bodypopping In The Basement - Ergo Phizmiz - Rakedika (Cassette) so sure a butt-end edit would have been possible back then. You must log in or sign up to reply here. Show Ignored Content. Share This Page. Your name or email address: Do you already have an account? No, create an account now.
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