Bill Wilson 'Ever Changing Minstrel'
Indiana's Bill Wilson drove to Nashville and knocked on producer Bob Johnston's kitchen door in 1973. Johnston had produced records by Bob Dylan, Johnny Cash and Leonard Cohen, among others. Bob let him in to play a few songs, liked it, and rounded up his crew that played on Dylan's "Blonde on Blonde".
They recorded 'Ever Changing Minstrel' that night, and it was released on Columbia Records in 1973. The album is now reissued with rare photographs, notes by reissue producer and Tompkins Square label owner Josh Rosenthal, and remastered from the original tapes.