The night of November 4, 1961 marks one of the most important performances of the legendary Bob Dylan’s early career. Coming just 10 months after he arrived in NYC, and a mere 10 days after he signed a recording contract with Columbia Records, Bob Dylan ventured north of Greenwich Village to play a concert for the first time. The fact that only 50 or so people were in attendance or that it took place in what amounted to a rehearsal room on the sixth floor of the storied Carnegie Hall only adds to the mystique. Could you imagine being one of those 50 lucky souls to witness America’s most celebrated songwriter at the brink of stardom? Featuring 22 songs, a mix of traditional folk, blues, Woody Guthrie covers, and originals — including many tunes that would be included on his debut album released early the following year — Mr. Suit is pleased to present this legendary concert in its entirety on a deluxe 2LP set.