On Nov. 4, Bob Dylan superfans finally found their holy grail: “The Basement Tapes Complete,” a comprehensive, six-disc set of Dylan and The Band’s famed (and oft-bootlegged) 1967 recordings made in upstate New York. The following week saw the release of “Lost on the River: The New Basement Tapes,” a new batch of songs that puts previously unused Dylan lyrics from that same period to music. On Tuesday, Dylan brings his Never Ending Tour back to D.C. for a stop at Constitution Hall. Here are some Dylan facts by the numbers.


Number of tracks on “The Basement Tapes Complete,” the definitive chronicling of Dylan’s 1967 sessions with The Band, presented in their original form and order of recording. The six-CD version costs $120.


Songs on “The Basement Tapes Raw,” a slimmed down two-CD set of highlights from the sessions, which costs $20. A three-LP vinyl version of the “Raw” collection will run you $70.


Dylan recordings from the 1967 sessions on 1975’s “The Basement Tapes,” previously the only official album released from the period. (It has eight songs The Band recorded years later, without Dylan.)


Musicians who sing Dylan’s words on “Lost on the River: The New Basement Tapes.” Elvis Costello, Rhiannon Giddens, Taylor Goldsmith, Jim James and Marcus Mumford recorded the set with producer T Bone Burnett.


Tracks included on the deluxe edition of “Lost on the River: The New Basement Tapes” (which is available to stream on Spotify). The standard version of the album is shorter by five songs.


Different versions of the song “Hidee Hidee Ho” that appear on the deluxe version of “Lost on the River.” James sings “Hidee Hidee Ho #11”; Giddens takes the lead on “Hidee Hidee Ho #16.”


Songs Dylan and his band have typically been playing per show this fall.


Songs Dylan plays live this tour that he wrote before 1997 (including “Blowin’ in the Wind”).


Number of covers Dylan performs this fall, a show-closing take on Frank Sinatra’s “Stay With Me.”

DAR Constitution Hall, 1776 D St. NW; Tue., 8 p.m., $73.