"Little Angel of Harlem" (1988)
In the Chicago Tribune in an 1988 review of “Rattle and Hum” from September 30, reviewer David Silvermann called “Angel of Harlem”, “Little Angel of Harlem”. It is not known if this may have been an early title that changed for the final track listing, or if indeed it may have been a typo in the review itself.
The review read as follows:
Most of the band’s new material was recorded across the country, with stops at the famed Sun Studios in Nashville (where Elvis Presley made his start) for the recording of three tracks: “When Love Comes To Town,” “Little Angel of Harlem,” and a collaborative effort with Dylan, “Love Rescue Me”