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  posted on 6/5/2007 at 08:54 PM

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - It was a rock album conceived by accident that no one thought would succeed even though it was made by

Bob Dylan, Roy Orbison, George Harrison, Jeff Lynne and Tom Petty.

And it was the rock album plus a successor that disappeared for a decade despite the fame it achieved.

Now the two volumes of the "The Traveling Wilburys" are being reissued thanks to efforts made by Harrison's widow Olivia, bringing back to public notice what had started as a fantasy camp for rock stars.

Old friends Harrison, Dylan, Orbison, Petty and Lynne bumped into each other in Los Angeles two decades ago, and ended up in a home recording studio where they sat around a microphone singing and playing guitar.

Over late-night beers and joints, they dubbed themselves the Traveling Wilburys and released the fruits of their labors on a 1988 album titled "Traveling Wilburys Volume 1."

It was a worldwide smash, yielding two hit singles, "Handle with Care" and "End of the Line," and a Grammy. The Wilburys had such a blast that they got together -- without Orbison, who died a few weeks after the release of the first album -- for a 1990 follow-up, jokingly titled "Volume 3."

"It was terrific fun," Petty said in a recent interview. "It's just hard to describe how much fun it was. No laboring over it."

Both discs have been out of print for a decade, a situation that will be remedied next week when they return to shelves through archival label Rhino Records, accompanied by a new DVD documentary, bonus tracks and other goodies.

The reissue program was overseen by Olivia Harrison, whose husband was the chief Wilbury -- more by default than design.

FRIENDS FIRST

The friends had originally convened to record a B-side for Harrison, and he realized it would be a crime to consign the tune, "Handle with Care," to obscurity. So why not record an album's worth? Harrison took care of all the business and produced the recordings with Lynne.

It was a pleasant contrast to his days in the Beatles, when his contributions were often overshadowed by the songwriting partnership of John Lennon and Paul McCartney.

Not that he ever pulled rank on his fellow Wilburys.

Harrison considered that his main job was "to protect their friendship," Olivia Harrison said in a telephone interview from the couple's home in England. "He liked to collaborate," she added. "He had a lot of years solo, and he didn't always enjoy that."

The songwriting was a true partnership, with everyone trading lines and shouting out chords. All the members were credited on each song, although the copyrights on the first album were allocated -- not always correctly -- to the member with the most input.

With all the members often busy with other projects -- Dylan was recording his album "Under the Red Sky" in the mornings and the Wilburys' "Volume 3" in the afternoons -- they never got around to touring. But they enthusiastically hatched some bold plans.

Lynne said Harrison wanted to hire an aircraft carrier and play in various exotic locales. They could paint a different corporate sponsor's name on the side every day and call it the Sponsor Ship. But then everybody would sober up.


 
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  posted on 6/5/2007 at 09:44 PM
Glad to see these being reissued.

 

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  posted on 6/5/2007 at 09:51 PM
I have one of each of the originals. Great albums. They have been somewhat collectable for a while now. I'm glad to see them being reissued to get them out there again.

 

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  posted on 6/5/2007 at 09:58 PM
Always wanted, but never bought the albums. Consider it done now.
 

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I have one of each of the originals. Great albums. They have been somewhat collectable for a while now. I'm glad to see them being reissued to get them out there again.


On Vinyl? I have both on vinyl. I have two copies of vol 1. One still in the wrapper. One was given to me as a gift.

 

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  posted on 6/6/2007 at 12:48 AM
....Is about damn time..........
 

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  posted on 6/6/2007 at 03:33 AM
Amazing that even with this stellar lineup, these two albums have been OOP for so long.

And just as amazing is how even after so many years, Roy Orbison's vocal line on Handle with Care where he sings:

"I'm so tired of being lonely.
I still have some love to give
Won't you show me that you really care."


is so damn pretty it makes you wanna cry.

If you've never heard these two records, you really owe it to yourself to pick them up. You won't regret it.



[Edited on 6/6/2007 by les_paul_sunburst]

 

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  posted on 6/6/2007 at 07:32 AM
I had the cassette of Vol. 1. Wore it out!! I'm so glad it's finally down to CD!!

 

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  posted on 6/6/2007 at 09:16 AM
I wonder what the bonus stuff will be.
 

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  posted on 6/6/2007 at 07:23 PM
Great! I was lookin for this album!
 

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  posted on 6/6/2007 at 09:21 PM
RO2 aka Roy Jr posted this last week.

THE TRAVELING WILBURYS EXCITEMENT IS BUILDING!!!!


Nearly twenty years after the creation of the band, and over a decade since the music was last available to fans, Rhino Entertainment will reissue the music of The Traveling Wilburys on June 11th in Europe and June 12th in the US.



More than two weeks before it's release, the excitement is far greater than could even have been expected!!!! Pre-sales are skyrocketing with the album being the No. 2 top seller on amazon.co.uk. So if you have not already ordered your pre-release, please do so today!!!

The Deluxe Edition Set (Linen-bound) features 2 CDs (Volumes 1 and 3) with bonus tracks, bonus DVD, and a 40-page collectible book with photos, original liner notes, new liner notes and a uniquely numbered certificate of authenticity.



The DVD contains all five Wilbury music videos along with "The True History Of The Traveling Wilburys" a short documentary recorded around the the time the first album was created, featuring interviews with Bob Dylan, Tom Petty, Jeff Lynne, Roy Orbison and George Harrison.

 

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  posted on 6/10/2007 at 10:22 AM
I can't remember where I saw the interview but Tom Petty tells a great story about the Wilburys. In his eyes, the whole thing was a "Master-plot" by George Harrison to get these guys together and see what would happen if they did. According to Petty, the title "Handle with Care" came from a Foot Locker in Bob Dylan's garage. The lyrics came at a BBQ, where George brought a pencil and notebook and asked the rest to "shout em' out." If someone came up with a good line, a big Thumbs Up and the line made it into the song.

 

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  posted on 6/10/2007 at 10:24 AM
Lost my cassette long ago... Cant wait

 

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  posted on 6/10/2007 at 10:38 AM
Glad to see Rhino "re-releasing" theses CDs, and no doubt, I'll be purchasing a copy. Anyway here's a recent article and interview from MSN "Inside Music" with Tom Petty and Jeff Lynne on the re-release on the Traveling Wilburys CDs.

Traveling Wilburys
Tom Petty and Jeff Lynne Discuss the Long Road to Wilburys Re-issues

By Alan Light, Special for MSN Music

Re: Masters is a monthly interview column dedicated to exploring a veteran artist's body of work

June 1, 2007

Over the years, countless musical gatherings have been referred to as "supergroups." But what do you call a band that not only marked the only extended collaboration between a Beatle and Bob Dylan, but also added a couple of other Rock and Roll Hall of Famers and a mega-platinum producer/songwriter to the mix? For reasons probably best left as an elaborate inside joke, apparently you call it the Traveling Wilburys -- and now the band's complete recordings are back in stores, after being unavailable for over a decade.

It's kind of mind-boggling to think about Dylan, George Harrison, Tom Petty, Roy Orbison and Jeff Lynne working side-by-side for an album project. But it's truly unbelievable that they actually did it twice (minus Orbison the second time around -- he passed away soon after the first album's release in 1988).

The creation of the Wilburys seems both entirely accidental and completely fated. Electric Light Orchestra mastermind Lynne produced Harrison's smash 1987 album, "Cloud Nine" -- his first release in five years (and his first U.S. Top 10 in a dozen years). Harrison needed a B-side for a single in Europe, and he asked Lynne to help. At the time, Lynne was working with Orbison on "Mystery Girl," his majestic comeback project. After Orbison volunteered to lend his voice to the new song, Harrison had to swing by Petty's house to pick up his guitar -- and, of course, Petty was eager to join in the fun. By the time the group went in to record, Dylan had gotten wind of the project and signed on to help.

The connections between these superstars ran deep. Harrison and Dylan's friendship dated back to the '60s; Harrison had recently contributed to Petty's Lynne-produced single "I Won't Back Down." Petty had spent the mid-'80s touring with Dylan. And one thing they all shared was a love of Orbison's incomparable voice.

The song they came up with together was an irresistible hard-luck lament called "Handle With Care," and when Harrison played it for his label heads, legendary record men Mo Ostin and Lenny Waronker, they immediately urged him to turn this into something more than an international B-side. Harrison took the initiative and somehow convinced everyone to see where this whole band idea might lead. The songs they created together ranged from the classic Orbison drama of "Not Alone Anymore" to Dylan delivering what seemed to be a spoof of Bruce Springsteen's Jersey-based epics on "Tweeter and the Monkey Man." The resultant album -- "The Traveling Wilburys, Volume 1" -- sold five million copies worldwide, reached No. 3 on the Billboard charts and won a Grammy.

Though the album's title seemed to be a joke about the impossibility of ever pulling off this all-star team again, in fact Harrison was talking about touring and keeping the Wilburys as an ongoing project. Orbison passed away just two months after the album's release, though, throwing those plans into disarray. But two years later, the four surviving Wilburys reconvened and, against all odds, made another album. Given Harrison's Monty Python-esque sense of humor, the title was probably inevitable -- "The Traveling Wilburys, Volume 3."

The record didn't sell as well as its predecessor, peaking at No. 11, but truth be told, it's actually an improvement, more spontaneous and fun and harder rocking. Again, there was talk of live performances and more collaborating. But Harrison's failing health through the '90s and, ultimately, his death in 2001, made any further Wilbury adventures impossible.

With the release of both albums as "The Traveling Wilburys Collection" -- complete with a handful of bonus tracks and a DVD collecting their music videos with a documentary of unseen footage -- Tom Petty and Jeff Lynne recently got together to discuss one of the most historic side projects rock and roll has ever seen. "It was an amazing cast of characters," says Petty. "Great friendships were made there. There was a lot of love in that band."

MSN MUSIC: To start with a mundane business question, why have these albums been out of print for so long?

Lynne: That's a very good question. I have no idea why. People are always asking me, why isn't that Wilburys stuff available?

Petty: I think our record deal ran out, and I guess we never got it together to renew it.

I can sort of imagine all of these legendary musicians coming together for one song as a lark, but it's really hard to believe that you were all able to keep it together for a full-length album.

Lynne: When George played "Handle With Care" for (Warner Bros Records chairman) Mo Ostin, he said, "That's fantastic, why don't you use that as this new group you keep talking about"? I guess it was something he was talking to Mo about, not to anyone else. And when George was involved, he could do things that nobody else can.

Petty: We were all hanging around together, anyway. We didn't go out and hand-pick everybody -- we were just friends, spending a lot of time together.

How did the actual writing of the songs happen? Did people come in with finished songs or unfinished parts, or did you actually sit and write together?

Lynne: We either sat there and somebody started a chord sequence and somebody else joined in and it just went from there, or, in some cases, people would have a bridge in their pocket, something finished that they didn't know what to do with. So it came from both ways.

Petty: Everybody sat in the same room. It was all collaborative, working together as songwriters.

What about the riffing on Springsteen's lyrics in "Tweeter and the Monkey Man"? How did everyone respond when Bob sang the lines about "thunder road" and "Jersey girl" and all those little quotes?

Petty: I don't think we knew that music well enough to rip it off. "Thunder Road," that goes way back beyond Bruce, that was that old Robert Mitchum record. Bob and I wrote most of those lyrics together and I don't remember that ever coming up.

Was Roy Orbison's participation part of the reason that everyone felt so committed to this project?

Lynne: Roy was the missing link -- having the best singer in the world in your group. It was an unbelievable thrill. His presence was the icing on the cake, and really made it the best group you could ever be in.

Petty: Jeff and I had written "You Got It" for Roy. We had just done "Free Fallin'," and George was with us for "I Won't Back Down." I had been on the road for two years backing up Bob. So we were all in the same circle and the group just naturally materialized. It was George's band, really. He was the leader; the whole idea for the band was his idea.

Lynne: It was always his plans that got it going, his connections at the label, and what he could do was like no one else.

Petty: He said all the time that he wasn't comfortable out front, that he wanted to be in a group, that he really did best as a team player. All of us were solo artists, and so it really took the pressure off of us to go into it this way.

I gather that there was some talk about a tour, or at least doing a single show somewhere. How seriously was that pursued?

Lynne: George had great ideas for a tour. He wanted to get an aircraft carrier and go around the world and we'd pull up and play in the docks or whatever in different places.

Petty: He wanted to paint a different sponsor's name on it each day, and we'd call it the "sponsor ship." We talked about doing a tour most every day, but by the time we sobered up, we didn't want to do it anymore.

Orbison passed away soon after the album's release, right? How much did he participate in those conversations about the future?

Lynne: Roy was gone very early on. He got to be there for some of it, but after that first rush of success, he wasn't there.

There was talk at the time that you were considering adding Del Shannon, who Tom was working with, after Orbison's death.

Petty: We never considered adding anyone else. That was just rumor and hype.

The big surprise for me has been going back to the second album. It's actually looser and more raw than the first one.

Petty: Yeah, the second one is rougher, more rough and ready, maybe a little more deep lyrically. We were really like a working band by then. We wrote the same way, all together.

Was the writing experience different on the second album? Was there more expectation about how it would go, after you'd already done it once before?

Lynne: We really didn't think that deeply about it. We just sat down around a table and strummed our guitars until the songs came.

Petty: We just showed up and played music together, there wasn't any more thought than that. We'd hammer out a song and then record it. Then work on it some more from there.

Do any songs on the second album stand out to you now as favorites?

Lynne: "You Took My Breath Away" -- Tom and I did that vocal together, live, in one take.

Petty: Yeah, on one mic. There was a lot of live playing on that record, with the drums -- Jim Keltner, who played on all of it -- the drums weren't far away from the guitars, so there was a lot of leakage, but the good kind of leakage.

I like "You Took My Breath Away," "New Blue Moon." That's a really fun album. There's a lot of great lead guitar on that record from George, too.

The second album didn't sell as well as the first, didn't seem like it captured the public imagination quite as much.

Lynne: I don't remember -- it sold pretty good, but I guess the novelty was maybe less.

Petty: I don't know, I remember getting a great check for that record! [laughs]

It's pretty astounding that you did this more than one time -- that you actually got all these rock legends, with their own careers to worry about, to sign on for a whole second album.

Petty: Well, we didn't want to do anything else! Once you're in a band like the Traveling Wilburys, what else are you going to do? You don't get in a band like that every day. We all considered doing another one after that, too. Bob was very enthusiastic about it; he was right out front in the writing.

And was there more talk about playing live after the second album?

Petty: There was always somebody trying to do it. We'd get all liquored up and talk about it, but when the morning came, we thought better of it, thought it would be too much trouble. George would keep bringing it up, and I feel really guilty that we never got around to it. I think we all thought we had all the time in the world.


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  posted on 6/10/2007 at 11:10 AM
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I gather that there was some talk about a tour, or at least doing a single show somewhere. How seriously was that pursued?
Lynne: George had great ideas for a tour. He wanted to get an aircraft carrier and go around the world and we'd pull up and play in the docks or whatever in different places.
Petty: He wanted to paint a different sponsor's name on it each day, and we'd call it the "sponsor ship."


The "Quiet Beatle" was a funny guy...........who, by all accounts, could talk your ear off.

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And was there more talk about playing live after the second album?

Petty: George would keep bringing it up, and I feel really guilty that we never got around to it. I think we all thought we had all the time in the world.


Don't we all?

Thanks for the interview, CUH.

 

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I gather that there was some talk about a tour, or at least doing a single show somewhere. How seriously was that pursued?
Lynne: George had great ideas for a tour. He wanted to get an aircraft carrier and go around the world and we'd pull up and play in the docks or whatever in different places.
Petty: He wanted to paint a different sponsor's name on it each day, and we'd call it the "sponsor ship."


The "Quiet Beatle" was a funny guy...........who, by all accounts, could talk your ear off.

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And was there more talk about playing live after the second album?

Petty: George would keep bringing it up, and I feel really guilty that we never got around to it. I think we all thought we had all the time in the world.


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Volume 3 has its moments (especially on side one of the LP) but it definitely did not live up to what Volume 1 brought us. I felt that there were not enough vocals from Harrison and Lynne, seemed like Petty & Dylan did most of the singing.

I still remember hearing "Handle With Care" for the first time.... I was coming home from college (Albany State) for the Jewish holidays in September of '88, and we were riding on the Cross-Bronx Expressway. As I knew that George Harrison had a new album out (Cloud 9) I figured this was his new follow up to Cloud 9. But then I was surprised to hear Dylan and Orbison singing with him, I figured out that this was a new band in the works.

 

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  posted on 6/10/2007 at 02:45 PM
We just pre-ordered the cd/dvd reissue the other day. I can't wait for it to get here.

 

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  posted on 6/10/2007 at 02:55 PM
Tweeter and the Monkey Man were hard up for cash
So they stayed up all night selling cocaine and hash
To an under cover cop who had a sister named jan
For reasons upexplianed she loved the Monkey Man..

I love that one.

 

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  posted on 6/15/2007 at 10:09 AM
Yeehah, i gonna get a copy for Father's Day!!

 

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  posted on 6/15/2007 at 11:24 AM
The band



The best album imo
I bought mine the day it was released



My favorite song on the album

End Of The Line

Well its all right, riding around in the breeze
Well its all right, if you live the life you please
Well its all right, doing the best you can
Well its all right, as long as you lend a hand

You can sit around and wait for the phone to ring
Waiting for someone to tell you everything
Sit around and wonder what tomorrow will bring
Maybe a diamond ring

Well its all right, even if they say youre wrong
Well its all right, sometimes you gotta be strong
Well its all right, as long as you got somewhere to lay
Well its all right, everyday is judgement day

Maybe somewhere down the road aways
Youll think of me, and wonder where I am these days
Maybe somewhere down the road when somebody plays
Purple haze

Well its all right, even when push comes to shove
Well its all right, if you got someone to love
Well its all right, everythingll work out fine
Well its all right, were going to the end of the line

Dont have to be ashamed of the car I drive
Im just glad to be here, happy to be alive
It dont matter if youre by my side
Im satisfied

Well its all right, even if youre old and grey
Well its all right, you still got something to say
Well its all right, remember to live and let live
Well its all right, the best you can do is forgive

Well its all right, riding around in the breeze
Well its all right, if you live the life you please
Well its all right, even if the sun dont shine
Well its all right, were going to the end of the line




 

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  posted on 6/15/2007 at 11:31 AM
I got it off Itunes Yesterday. Its great. The bonus features is a documentary of how they recorded all their music. Its very very interesting. They also have 4-5 music videos that come with the download. Well worth the money. Its bittersweet. On one of the videos, it must had been videoed after Roy died. They have his guitar sitting in a rocking chair and during Roy's vocals in the song the rocking chair rocks away while Roy sings.

I always liked their music, now I am a big fan. Especially George Harrison. Didnt really care for any Beatles stuff, but George warmed me up a little. Great vocals on Handle with Care. The documentary is very interesting. Its amazing how these musical icons merged and wrote some great stuff. In a matter of hours too...............

I have been doing the Wilbury Twist all morning. One of the videos has John Candy (RIP) in it doing the Wilbury Twist.

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  posted on 6/15/2007 at 11:57 AM
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Amazing that even with this stellar lineup, these two albums have been OOP for so long.

And just as amazing is how even after so many years, Roy Orbison's vocal line on Handle with Care where he sings:

"I'm so tired of being lonely.
I still have some love to give
Won't you show me that you really care."


is so damn pretty it makes you wanna cry.

If you've never heard these two records, you really owe it to yourself to pick them up. You won't regret it.



[Edited on 6/6/2007 by les_paul_sunburst]



Well said, It gave me goosebumps. Both Roy and George's vocals will tear you up.

 

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  posted on 6/15/2007 at 04:30 PM
I've always loved BOTH these albums. I always felt that the people were a little too hard on the 2nd album. It is different from the first, but I love all of George's guitar playing on that album, some really great solos. Plus having Gary Moore playing some crazy guitar on "She's My Baby" made it feel like they were a real band experimenting with a slightly new direction for their 2nd album. And Dylan's singing "She likes to stick her tongue right down my throat" always makes me smile...

Between the 2 albums there are so many classic tracks and the remasters sound incredible. Anyone looking for a lot of great music made in great fun should definitely get these 2 albums. I only wish they would have been able to do more albums together.

 
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