October 9 – 12 – Doug Sahm & Bob Dylan Recording Sessions

 

I first met (Bob Dylan) in ’65. We’ve had a friendship for a long time. He decided to play on a record I was making in New York. We were just friends playing together.”
–Doug Sahm to Jim Groenenwegen and Bill Bentley, Austin Sun, 1975

“Doug had a hit record (“She’s About A Mover”) and I had a hit record (“Like A Rolling Stone”) at the same time (1965). So, we became buddies back then, and we played the same kind of music. We never really broke apart. We always hooked up at certain intervals in our lives.”
–Bob Dylan to Douglas Brinkley, Rolling Stone, May 11, 2009

 

 

 

Doug Sahm Sessions
Atlantic Recording Studios
New York City, New York
9-12 October 1972

Doug Sahm (vocal, guitar, banjo sexto, piano), Doug Sahm & Ken Kosek (twin fiddles), George Rains (drums), Jack Barber (bass), Augie Meyers (piano), Dr. John [Mac Rebennack] (organ), David Bromberg (dobro), Flaco Jiménez (accordion), Bob Dylan (organ, piano, guitar, harmonica, vocals)

 

 

Doug Sahm & Bob Dylan – Blues Stay Away From Me
Doug Sahm And Band
Recorded October 9, 1972

Doug Sahm & Bob Dylan – Me And Paul
Doug Sahm And Band
Recorded October 9, 1972

Doug Sahm & Bob Dylan – Wallflower
Doug Sahm And Band
Recorded October 9, 1972

Tennessee Blues
Bob Dylan plays harmonica (uncredited) for Doug Sahm
Recorded – 10 October 1972

 

On The Banks Of The Old Pontchartrain
Bob Dylan plays guitar for Doug Sahm
Recorded – 10 October 1972

 

(Is Anybody Going To) San Antone?
Bob Dylan provides harmony vocals with Atwood Allen for Doug Sahm
Recorded 10 October 1972

 

Who is  Doug Sahm

https://expectingrain.com/dok/who/s/sahmdoug.html

 

October 9 - 12 - Doug Sahm & Bob Dylan Recording Sessions

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