One Too Many Mornings
One Too Many Mornings (Bob Dylan)
Bob Dylan originally recorded the song on 24 October 1963, at Columbia Recording Studios in New York City, during the fifth recording session for the album The Times They Are a-Changin’. The session took place only two days before Dylan’s 26 October 1963 Carnegie Hall concert. The sixth and final take of the song during the 24 October session was included on the album. I’ve been unable to find an audio file or video containing that recording, but will include it here soon as I do find it.
- album: BobDylan.com — includes liner notes featuring “11 Outlined Epitaphs,” by Bob Dylan
- lyric: BobDylan.com
- Wikipedia (song), Wikipedia (album)
From the review at Collectors Music Reviews:
From BlackDog’s [bootleg label] liner notes: “Postponed for a week because of his illness, Dylan’s two 35-minute BBC-TV shows – filmed one after another on 1st June 1965 – remain one of his last full concert television appearances as an acoustic solo artist. They were shot at the BBC Television Theatre, on Shepherds Bush Green, now better known as the Shepherds Bush Empire.
Joan Baez — previously unreleased recording from the sessions for the 1965 album Farewell, Angelina, Vanguard VSD-79200, released on the 2002 expanded and remastered CD reissue of the album, Vanguard 79701-2
Johnny Cash — 1965(?) — Although the YouTube video provider seems to have gotten this track from the 2011 compilation Bootleg Vol II – From Memphis To Hollywood, it’s probably the 29 October 1965 recording that was included on the 1978 compilation album Johnny & June, released on the Bear Family Records label.
Burl Ives — from his 1968 LP The Times They Are A-Changin’, (US) Columbia Records CS 9675
Cliff Aungier — originally released on the 1969 album The Lady From Baltimore, (UK) Pye NSPL 18294
Lester Flatt & Earl Scruggs — from their 1970 album Final Fling, Columbia CS 9945
Bob Dylan — 23 May 1976 Rolling Thunder Revue concert at Hughes Stadium, Fort Collins, Colorado
Excerpts from the Wikipedia page on the 1976 Bob Dylan album Hard Rain, (US) Columbia PC 34349
The album was partly recorded on May 23, 1976, during a concert at Hughes Stadium in Fort Collins, Colorado; the penultimate show of the tour, the concert was also filmed and later broadcast by NBC as a one-hour television special in September. (Hard Rain’s release coincided with this broadcast).
Neither the album nor the television special was well received.
Video presently unavailable
Jerry Jeff Walker — track recorded live in concert in Houston, Texas — originally released on the 1977 LP A Man Must Carry On, (US) MCA Records MCA2-8013
Michel Griffin — live performance, March 2009, at Cahors Folk Club, Labastide-Marnhac, Midi-Pyrenees, France
I Am Autumn (YouTube channel) — uploaded on 9 September 2010
Pfunky2007 (YouTube channel) — published on 18 November 2010
Ralph McTell — from the EP Don’t Think Twice It’s Alright, released in May 2011 on the Leola Music label
Matt Hibbard — uploaded to YouTube on 19 November 2011
Sophie Hunger — from the 2012 album Danger of Light, released on the Two Gentlemen label in France
Jens Stage — published on YouTube on 24 June 2013
Tom Cole — published on 12 December 2013
Tom Cole — guitars, vocal
Will Taylor — piano
Beth Ambridge — main character in video
Robert Lighthouse — live performance at Ted’s Fun On The River in Wilmington, NC on 27 September 2013