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Bob Dylan ‎– Pat Garrett & Billy The Kid - Original Recording - VG+ Lp Record 1973 Stereo USA Vinyl - Rock / Folk Rock / Soundtrack

Bob Dylan ‎– Pat Garrett & Billy The Kid - Original Recording - VG+ Lp Record 1973 Stereo USA Vinyl - Rock / Folk Rock / Soundtrack

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Bob Dylan ‎– Pat Garrett & Billy The Kid - Original Soundtrack Recording

Label:
Columbia ‎– KC 32460
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Album
Country:
US
Released:
Jul 1973
Genre:
Rock, Stage & Screen
Style:
Folk Rock, Country Rock, Soundtrack

 Tracklist 

A1 Main Title Theme (Billy)
Performer – Bob Dylan, Booker T.*, Bruce Langhorn*Tambourine – Russ Kunkel
6:00
A2 Cantina Theme (Workin' For The Law)
Bongos – Russ KunkelPerformer – Bob Dylan, Bruce Langhorn*, Roger McGuinn
2:50
A3 Billy 1
Performer – Bob Dylan, Booker T.*, Bruce Langhorn*
3:51
A4 Bunkhouse Theme
Performer – Bob Dylan, Carol Hunter
2:10
A5 River Theme
Backing Vocals – Byron Berline, Donna Weiss, Priscilla JonesPerformer – Bob Dylan, Booker T.*, Bruce Langhorn*
1:32
B1 Turkey Chase
Acoustic Guitar – Bruce Langhorn*Banjo – Jolly Roger (5)Bass – Booker T*Fiddle – Byron BerlineRhythm Guitar – Bob Dylan
3:20
B2 Knockin' On Heaven's Door
Backing Vocals – Brenda Patterson, Carol*, Donna*Harmonium – Carl FortinaPerformer – Bob Dylan, Jim Keltner, Roger McGuinn, Terry Paul
2:28
B3 Final Theme
Bass, Voice – Terry PaulCello – Fred Katz, Ted MichelDrums – Jim KeltnerGuitar – Bob Dylan, Carol Hunter, Roger McGuinnHarmonium – Carl FortinaRecorder, Flute – Gary FosterVoice – Brenda*, Donna*
5:18
B4 Billy 4
Performer – Bob Dylan, Terry Paul
2:01
B5 Billy 7
Performer – Bob Dylan, Jim Keltner, Roger McGuinn, Terry Paul
4:57

Companies, etc.

  • Lacquer Cut At – Columbia Records Pressing Plant, Santa Maria
  • Pressed By – Columbia Records Pressing Plant, Terre Haute

Credits

  • Art Direction, Design – John Van Hamersveld
  • Engineer – Dan Wallin
  • Photography By – Bob Jenkins (3), Manuel Palomino, Sarah Dylan
  • Producer – Gordon Carroll
  • Written-By – Bob Dylan