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If You Gotta Go, Go Now - Bob Dylan - Stealin (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Dylan Bob The Bootleg Series Volumes If You Gotta Go, Go Now by Bob Dylan Listen to me, baby, There's something you must see. I want to be with you, gal, If you want to be with me. But if you got to go, It's all right. But if you got to go, go now, Or else you gotta stay all night. It ain't that I'm questionin' you. To take part in any quiz.
  2. If You Gotta Go, Go Now / To Ramona, a Single by Bob Dylan. Released in August on CBS (catalog no. ; Vinyl 7"). Genres: Folk Rock. Featured peformers: Bob Dylan (vocals, guitar, harmonica, writer), Tom Wilson (producer).
  3. The Freewheelin’ Bob Dylan. Once you start doing a deep dive into Dylan’s catalog that makes it past the obvious albums and songs every retrospective issue of Rolling Stone recommends, there’s a lot of pleasure to be found in uncovering little gems — that are as incredible as the canonical stuff — on Dylan albums that are never on Best Song lists.
  4. Gotta step it up and go-Yeah, go. Can't stand pat, swear you gotta step it up and go. 6. Tell my woman I'll see her at home, Ain't no lovin' since she been gone. Gotta step it up and go-Yeah, go. Can't stand pat, swear you gotta step it up and go. 7. Well, I'll sing this verse, ain't gonna sing no more, Hear my gal call me and I got to go. Step.
  5. This is "Bob Dylan - If You Gotta Go, Go Now (Take 2 Complete)" by Not Dark Yet on Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people who love them.
  6. Sep 12,  · In , a Bob Dylan LP featuring unreleased material found its way into the world. Eric Harvey details how Great White Wonder predicted what we now know as the modern album leak.
  7. If You Gotta Go, Go Now Lyrics: Listen to me, baby / There’s something you must see / I want to be with you, gal / If you want to be with me / But if you got to go / It’s all right / But if.
  8. Many of the tracks were lifted from the Stealin' and John Birch Society Blues bootlegs, as well as tracks from the "Basement Tapes". However, each track was pressed from a unique source tape, not copied directly from the original LP. This resulted in a rather high-quality release, in terms of sound. All songs written by Bob Dylan, except when.