After The Crash : Bob Dylan 1966 - 1978 mixes historical footage, rare performances and unreleased recordings with review and criticism from experts, friends, fellow musicians who played with Bob, and even the odd enemy. Writers and critics Clinton Heylin, Nigel Williamson, Patrick Humphries and Derek Barker offer their thoughts on the records and other projects completed by Dylan across this period; Jacques Levy, in his final interview, discusses his work with Bob on the Desire album; musicians Rob Cornelius, Bruce Langhorne, Eric Weissberg, Kevin Odegard, Rob Stoner and Scarlet Riviera all talk of their experiences working with Bob Dylan in the studio and on the road; friend and journalist, the late Al Aronowitz remembers his years with Bob and Ray Foulkes, organiser of the Isle Of Wight Festival, reveals for the first time how he managed to talk Dylan out of live retirement to perform at the UK's very own 'Woodstock'. And with the legend himself, A.J. Weberman, recalling the events and conversations - secretly recorded by AJ - that took place between himself and a somewhat irritated Bob Dylan, this programme is the most informative, enlightening and downright entertaining document on this period of Bob Dylan's life yet to emerge.This DVD is what every Dylan fan has been waiting years to see, the fully documented history of Bob Dylan's most secretive period, augmented with Bob's music, rarely viewed footage, previously unseen photographs and a host of other features.
1. Just Like A Woman 2. She Belongs To Me 3. Girl From The North Country (with Johnny Cash) 4. Billy The Kid 5. Baby Let Me Follow You Down (with The Band) 6. Simple Twist Of Fate, and many others 7. 1966 San Francisco press conference 8. 1968 Woody Guthrie Memorial Concert 9. Johnny Cash TV show 1969 10. Isle Of Wight Festival 1969 11. Concert for Bangladesh 1971 12. 'Pat Garrett & Billy The Kid' movie 1972 13. The John Hammond TV tribute 1975 14. The Band's farewell concert 1976