Bob Dylan - All Along The Watchtower
Live at Woodstock 94
The Gaslight Cafe was an American coffee house located in the basement of 116 MacDougal Street in Greenwich Village. The Gaslight was originally a “basket house” where unpaid performers would pass around a basket at the end of each set and hope to be paid. Opened in 1958 by John Mitchell, the dark, steamy, subterranean Gaslight had showcased beat poets Allen Ginsberg and Gregory Corso but later became a folk-music club.
Amongst those who played at the Gaslight were Bob Dylan, James Taylor, Bill Cosby and Bruce Springsteen, Dylan recorded Live at the Gaslight there in 1962.