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September 26th, 1969: Listen to alternate takes of Bob Dylan's "Lay Lady Lay" and "I Pity The Poor Immigrant"

Alternate cuts of tracks from Dylan's last two albums

Listen to alternate takes of Bob Dylan's 'Lay Lady Lay' and 'I Pity The Poor Immigrant'

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We've tracked down alternate takes of two tracks from Bob Dylan's last two albums, John Wesley Harding and Nashville Skyline.

Listen below to an alternate cut of "I Pity The Poor Immigrant" from Dylan's 1967 album, John Wesley Harding.

And here's an alternate take of Dylan's current single, "Lay Lady Lay" from Nashville Skyline, released earlier this year.

Bob Dylan and The Band played at The Isle of Wight festival a few weeks ago. Read a review of the show here.

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