Bob Dylan Recording at SIR Studios, NYC, 1975
© Ken Regan

Bob Dylan Recording at SIR Studios, NYC, 1975

By Ken Regan
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Bob Dylan listens to the playback of the Buckets of Rain duet he sang with Bette Midler for her upcoming release Songs for the New Depression at Studio Instrument Rentals studios in New York City.  This was in October, right before the kickoff of the Rolling Thunder Revue tour and Dylan had all but finished the recording of his own next album Desire, but also needed to redo the song Hurricane due to potential legal issues with some of the lyrics. At the same time he began pulling musicians in to rehearse for the upcoming Rolling Thunder Revue Tour to begin October 20, 1975.

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Bob Dylan Recording at SIR Studios, NYC, 1975
Bob Dylan Recording at SIR Studios, NYC, 1975