From Carolyn Hester, with Bob Dylan accompanying on harmonica
"...I wanted to choose very carefully the musicians that I was going to use.... So I decided to have Bruce Langhorne, who had been playing a few gigs with me, on guitar, and Bill Lee -- who was Spike Lee's father -- on bass, who I'd heard on several Odetta recordings.
"My dad had played harmonica on my first recordings on Coral Records and so I decided to have a harmonica player too -- who would be Dylan. So we arranged a meeting..."
"Was this at Suze and Carla Rotolo's apartment?"
"Uh-huh. And it was there that he taught me Come Back Baby...."
"Did he suggest any other songs?"
I mainly just remember that one. But look at what I had him do on the record -- he did Swing and Turn Jubilee, a real hoe-down thing, and then I'll Fly Away, religious, and then a blues...."
Carolyn Hester interview by John Bauldie - The Telegraph, May 24, 1992