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31. MARCH 2009
Berlin / Germany -
Max Schmeling Halle


REVIEWS
Bob Links
Tagesspiegel 
Frankfurter Rundschau 

Die Welt




Review Reinald Purman

In the “Very Best of..” short-list of the legendary bobsboots.com at least two Berlin-Concerts (up to 04) are beaming. Think this list has not finished yet.    At 20.08 time like the day before The Man & his band conquered stage, all man in black in the darkness, Dylan put on his grey hat – and the lights went on fur some unaudible “Wicked Messenger”. First impression  was like an eco-version of rock-music, driven by the solar- power from a fading april sun. They fixed this p.a. problem very quick, but the last time in Berlin, 2007, the sound was definetly better.  Dylan compensated with some fine songs, singing from “the land of coca-co-ola”. Standing in center-stage playing guitar commanding “You ain’t going nowhere”! “Levee…” – not one of my favourites – was as perfect as the night before and a real high-light. (Only 5 songs were the same the night before). An heartfelt  “My back pages” touched the audience in full. This was another highlight. “Highway 61” was another and “Working Man Blues 2” was a perfect & beautiful tell tale sign on the day of the G-20 summit. How many Artists speak (in a song !) of the proletarians and their economic fate ? –

(Bob Links)


Review by Harry Nut

Dylan und seine fünfköpfige Band, die den Eindruck eines seltsam verschworenen Männerkollektivs macht, haben die Songs einmal mehr neu arrangiert und bis auf die zum Standard gehörenden, schrammelnden Boogie-Woogie und Hillbilly-Stücke klar gegeneinander abgegrenzt. Auch wenn sie zum Teil verzögert einsetzt, ist die Konzertdramaturgie doch durch Wiedererkennbarkeit strukturiert.
(Frankfurter Rundschau)

Review by Ruediger Schaper
Neuerdings, und das ist die gute Nachricht, hält sich Dylan nicht mehr zwei Stunden lang stur an seinem Keyboard fest, er wechselt jetzt häufiger den Standort, greift leidenschaftlich in die Tasten, und es orgelt mitunter wie in den vorsintflutlichen Zeiten mit „The Band“. Von dort, von den Sechzigern (er spielt auch das seltene „When I Paint My Masterpiece“), geht der Bogen ohne große Umschweife in die Dylan-Neuzeit. Die Songs von „Modern Times“, inzwischen auch schon wieder bald drei Jahre alt, entlocken dem schmächtigen Titanen die subtilsten Töne. „Workingman’s Blues #2“ kommt mit zarter Traurigkeit, ohne dass er es an Härte fehlen ließe, und „Spirit on the Water“ hüpft geradezu vor Freude.

(Tagesspiegel)


HIGHLIGHTS
You Ain ´t going nowhere
Workingman´s blues #2
Thunder On The Mountain


BOOTLEG


Bob Dylan
Berlin  2009

Bob Dylan in Berlin 2009 - Bootlegcover

2 CDR
Hennessy Williams Recording
Complete show


Bob Dylan
Berlin  2009

Bob Dylan in Berlin 2009 - Bootlegcover

2 CDR
HHTFP Recording
Complete show


ARTWORK
Lewis & stewART CD Artwork 2009

 


SETLIST


01. The Wicked Messenger
02. When I Paint My Masterpiece
03. You Ain´t ´Goin´Nowhere
(Bob on guitar)
04. The Levee´s Gonna Break
05. My Back Pages
06. Things Have Changed
07. Tweedle Dee & Tweedle Dum
08. Beyond The Horizon
09. Stuck Inside Of Mobile 
With The Memphis Blues Again
10. Love Sick
11. Highway 61 Revisited
12. Workingman´s Blues #2
13. Thunder On The Mountain
14. Like A Rolling Stone
15. All Along The Watchtower
16. Spirit On The Water
17. Blowin´ In The Wind


MUSICIANS

Bob Dylan 
 
Harmonika,
Piano, Gesang

Stu Kimball
Gitarre

Denny Freeman
Gitarre

Donnie Herron
  Violine, Mandoline
Pedal Steel, Banjo

Tony Garnier 
 
Bass, Stand up Bass

George Recile
 
Schlagzeug



SOME PICS


Bob Dylan Picture
Archive 2009

 



03. May 2007
Berlin / Germany - Max Schmeling Halle

REVIEWS
Bob Links  
Jungle World 
Maerkische Allgemeine 
Tagesspiegel 
Die Welt

Review by Dan Hirsch
What I do wanna say, or ask is just: Man!, what is it with this guy? WHY does he always has the Oscar on his amp? WHY does he never say hello, thanks or goodbye? WHY does he never look up to the crowd? WHY does he play so many shows a year, so many years? WHY does he find it important to name the band members' home towns? DOES is he really care at all what goes on on the concerts? DO the band members know him that well, do THEY know the answers to those questions? (I mean, are they on our side, or on his? I feel, they're on our side, and ONLY he knows, what the hell he's doing) WHY does he always have to change his songs dramatically when performed live? .... 

Those and many other question and thoughts travelled in my mind tonight, as I watched this hero of mine. Anyway, it's all mind blowing. 

Sometimes he looks like he's having fun, for example when he played a nice guitar solo on Don't Think Twice. Sometimes he gets a very grave face and looks extremely serious, like when he sang My Back Pages or Nettie Moore, and most of the times he just has those faces on, that are incomprehensible. 

But I love him, I really do. He's the man. What's interesting is, we do not understand him, but admire him fully. Like take for example Neil Young, one of my other favourite artists. He talk a lot, he say "hello", he gives interviews and he would even tell little stories before playing a new song! sometimes even tell a small joke! With him, I feel like I KNOW him. Not personally of curse, but I know what he's like, and what he likes and don't like. That makes it very easy to identify with him. I get a little taste, you know. With Bob you don't get that. You don't know anything (except that he like Neil Young...) It's a mystery to me. Anyway nothing new under the sun I guess....
(Bob Links)

HIGHLIGHTS
Cold irons bound
John Brown
Masters of war
Blowin´in the wind


BOOTLEG

Bob Dylan
Berlin Germany
3rd May 2007

Bob Dylan in Berlin 2007 - Bootlegcover

2 CDR
Bach Recording
Complete show



Lewis & stewART CD Artwork 2007 


SETLIST

1. Absolutely sweet Marie
2. Don´t think twice, it´s all right
3. Just like Tom Thumb´s blues
4. It´s alright, ma
(I´m only bleeding) 
5. The levee´s gonna break
6. Desolation row 
7. Honest with me
8. When deall goes on 
9. Rollin´and tumblin´
10. My back pages
11. Spirit on the water
12. Tangled up in blue
13. Nettie Moore
14. Summer days
15. Blowin´in the wind
16. Thunder on the mountain
17. All along the watchtower


MUSICIANS

Bob Dylan 
 
Harp,
Piano, Vocals

Stu Kimball
Guitar

Denny Freeman
Guitar

Donnie Herron
  Violine, Mandoline
Pedal Steel, Banjo

Tony Garnier 
 
Bass

George Recile
 
Drums


SOME PICS


Bob Dylan Pictur
Archve 200
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25. OCTOBER 2005
Berlin / Germany - Arena Treptow


REVIEWS

Bob Links
Berliner Morgenpost
Tagesspiegel


Review by Reinald Purmann

Big clouds of smoke over the stage at 8.00 promising big events to the more than 5000 people. Smoke will never lie. This show was a real good rock-night with full volumed PA for the guitar-department. Dylan all in black, his jacket with red collar, white polka-dot scarf, a little, round black hat and moustache looks like Zorros lawyer. Some great harp-solos in the first part of the show. He frolicked the crowd with "Lay,Lady,lay", oh, big brassed be-e-ed, he drawle-ed. Guitar night with drums: Stu Kimbell & Denny Freeman are really great, exchanging riffs and licks. The audience liked this "original-60th-Rock-Concert-Sound" and both get big extra applaus at the end. In this rocking row ( CIB) the higlight for me was the accoustic Nr.10 and than Nr. 13.: John Brown. With great emphasizing he sang this nobel-prize-worthy- lyrics. The reverse side of the medal was his great "Masters of War" little later.

(Bob Links)


HIGHLIGHTS

Cold irons bound
John Brown
Masters of war


BOOTLEG

Bob Dylan
Arena Treptow, Berlin
25th October 2005

Bob Dylan in Berlin 2005 - Bootlegcover

2 CDR
Schubert Recording
Complete show



Bob Dylan CDR Artwork Guide 2005 



SETLIST

1. Maggie´s farm
2. Tonight I´ll be staying
here with you
(Bob mit Harp)
3. Watching the river flow
4. Lay, lady, lay
5. It´s alright, ma
(I´m only bleeding) 
6. Under the red sky 
7. Cold irons bound
8. Just like a woman 
9. Tweedle dee &tweedle dum
10. John Brown
11. Down along the cove
12. Floater
(Too much to ask) 
13. Masters of war
14. Highway 61 revisited
15. Like a rolling stone
16. All along the watchtower


MUSICIANS

Bob Dylan 
 
Harp,
Piano, Vocals

Stu Kimball
Guitar

Denny Freeman
Guitar

Donnie Herron
  Violine, Mandoline
Pedal Steel, Banjo

Tony Garnier 
 
Bass

George Recile
 
Drums


SOME PICS

Bob Dylan Picture
Archve 2005




20. OCTOBER 2003
Berlin / Germany - Arena Treptow

REVIEWS
Berliner Morgenpost
Tageszeitung
Bob Links
Berliner Morgenpost

Show Spots
7000 Zuschauer in der Arena. Dylan singt erstaunlich klar und konzentriert. Mit dem Piano treibt er dieBand zu Höchstleistungen. Freddie Koella spielt unter seinen Möglichkeiten und hat seinen Platz in der Band noch nicht recht gefunden. Meine Highlights an dem Abend waren: Ein brillantes Cry a while, der Selbstläufer Highway 61 revisited, vom Swing zum Rock Summer days, und eine Hardrock Version Marke Dylan  (und nicht Hendrix)  All along the watchtower. Ein sehr gutes Energie geladenes Konzert von einer Band, die ihr Potential noch nicht ausschöpft.      

Review by Sascha Krieger
Then Every Grain, wonderfully sung, featuring Bob's best harp play of the night and a beautiful solo by Larry again. The song certainly does not suffer from Larry's switch from pedal steel to electric guitar since last year. The great finish was - as usul - Summer Days - as unbelievable and enthusiastic as ever, with the whole band playing at their very best and Bob showing a broad smile at the end.
(Bob Links)

HIGHLIGHTS
Every grain of sand
Summer days


BOOTLEG

Bob Dylan
Honest with us

Berlin 2003

2 CD
Swingin´ Pig
TSP - CD - 4006 / 4007 

Complete show


Bob Dylan
Berlin 2003

Berlin 2003 Arena

2 CDR
no label
Complete show


ARTWORK
Dustyoldfairgrounds.com 2003
 
Bob Dylan CDR Artwork Guide 2003




SETLIST

1. To be alone with you
(Bob am Piano)
2. It´s all over now,
Baby Blue
(A  Bob am Piano und mit Harp)
3. Cry a while
(Bob am Piano und mit Harp)
4. Desolation row
 (Bob am Piano)
5. It´s alright,Ma
(I´m only bleeding)
(A Bob am Piano)
6. Don´t think twice,
it´s all right 
(A Bob mit E - Gitarre)
7. Things have changed
(Bob mit Gitarre)
8. Most likely you go your
way (And I´ll go mine)
(Bob am Piano)
9. Can ´t  wait
(Bob am Piano)
10. Highway 61 revisited
(Bob am Piano)
11. Love minus zero / No limit
(Bob am Piano und mit Harp)
12. Honest with me
(Bob am Piano)
13. Every grain of sand
(Bob am Piano und mit Harp)
14. Summer days
(Bob am Piano)
15. Cat´s in the well
(Bob am Piano)
16. Like a rolling stone
 (Bob am Piano und mit Harp)
18. All along the watchtower
(Bob am Piano und mit Harp)  


MUSICIANS

Bob Dylan 
 Guitar, Harp, Vocals

Larry Campbell 
 Electric-  and 
Acoustic Guitar, Vocals

Freddie Koella
  Pedal Steel Guitar
Electric-  and 
Acoustic Guitar, 
 Slide Guitar, Dobro,
 electric Mandoline

Tony Garnier 
 Bass

George Receli
 Drums 


SOME PICS

Bob Dylan Picture
Archve 2003



11. APRIL 2002
Berlin / Germany - Arena Treptow


REVIEWS

n. B. u 
Berliner Zeitung 
Berliner Morgenpost
 
Tagesspiegel

MTV News
Bob Links


Review by James Stroecker

Bob ist ein Berliner. Well, he´s a lot of other things too, but tonight he really showed his mettle on stage at the Arena in Berlin much to the delight of the appreciative, adoring, Berlin crowd. In doing so, Bob and the band set a new standard for his play here -- even compared to the hot 1996 show. Bob was the one who was really on this evening. He was practically doing the Fandango onstage ... OK, maybe not, but he exhibited a set of maneuvers I hadn´t seen before or for a while: He had the shaky leg going practically every song, he dropped to his knee once and was doing some major slide-stepping around the stage later in the show -- as he tooled around to the energy of the audience, the band and the hot licks. And, unbelievably, he actually smiled -- not once but many times.
(Bob Links)


HIGHLIGHTS

Boots of Spanish leather 
Visions of Johanna


BOOTLEG

Bob Dylan
Berlin, Germany April 11, 2002

Dylan in Berlin 2002 - Bootlegcover

2 CD
Crystal Cat Records 623 /24
Complete show


Bob Dylan
Berlin Arena 
11. April 2002

Berlin  Arena 2002  (11606 Byte)

2 CD
no label
Complete show


Bob Dylan
Berlin Arena, 11, April 2002

???

2 CD
Live experience 200204
Complete show


ARTWORK
dustyoldfairgrounds.com 2002
 
Bob Dylan CDR Artwork Guide 2002


SETLIST

1. I am the man, Thomas (A)
 2. The times they are a-chingin´
(A Bob mit Harp)
3.  It´s alright ma (A)
 4. Boots of Spanish leather 
(A Bob mit Harp)
 5. Solid rock 
6.  Moonlight 
( Bob mit Harp)
7. Lonesome day blues 
8. All along the watchtower 
9.  Visions of Johanna (A)
10.  Masters of war (A)
11.  Don´t think twice,  it´ s alright (A)
12. Love sick 
13.  Summer days
14. The wicked messenger
( Bob mit Harp)
15. Leopard skin pillbox hat 
16. Not fade away
17. Like a rolling stone 
18. Knockin´on heaven´s door (A)
19. Honest with me
20.  Blowing in the wind 
(A Bob mit Harp)
21. Highway 61 revisited
(A Bob mit Harp)


MUSICIANS

Bob Dylan 
 Guitar, Harp, Vocals

Larry Campbell 
 Electric-  and 
Acoustic Guitar, Vocals

Charlie Sexton
  Pedal Steel Guitar
Electric-  and 
Acoustic Guitar,
Slide Guitar, Dobro,
 electric Mandoline

Tony Garnier 
 Bass

George Receli
 Drums 


SOME PICS

Bob Dylan Picture
Archve 2002



23. May 2000
Berlin / Germany - Arena Treptow

REVIEWS
Berliner Zeitung
Berliner Morgenpost Wochenzeitung 
Bob Links



Review by Joerg Foth
Every song in the electric part had a very high livel. Playing and singing were real strong, fresh and - in a way necessarily. Sometimes between the songs Dylan seemed not to know what to do now or next, a half step here, another half there, but without loosing any time. Once Dylan moved back to choose a harp, he returnd to the mike without to be really ready for it or he signed the band to stop the song because the crows started to clap hands. I don't know, unfortunatley after that he didn't try the harp once more. Introducing the band in the end of the electric part, in Leopard Skin Pill Box Hat, Dylan said about his drummer something more than the name: "There are only a few drummers, who are better than no drummer. He is one of them." >From time to time Dylan reduced lines down to a minimum of words,what never did look and hear like a mistake, but a good play. In the chorus of the three voiced Forever young Dylan sang only the first word Forever and left his band the other one: young. Happy Birthday and thank you, Bob. See you next time.
(Bob Links)

HIGHLIGHTS
Love minus zero 
Tomorrow is a long time 
Things have changed 
Not dark yet 


BOOTLEG

Bob Dylan
Somebody Touched Me

Bootlegcover Berlin Arena 2000


Komplettes Konzert
DCD
Spielzeit
146 : 24 Minuten

Bonus tracks:
Regensburg 25. Mai 2000
Desolation Row (a) 
Delia (a) 
To Ramona (a) 
Country Pie 
Positively 4th Street 


ARTWORK
dustyoldfairgrounds.com 2000
 
Bob Dylan CDR Artwork Guide 2000


SETLIST

1. Somebody touched me 
 2. The times they are a-chingin´
3.  It´s alright ma 
 4. Love minus zero 
 5. Tangled up in blue 
6.  Tomorrow is a long time 
7. Gotta serve somebody 
8. Things have changed 
9.  All along the watchtower 
10.  Not dark yet 
11.  Drifter´ s escape 
12. Leopard skin pillbox hat 
13.  Love sick 
14. Like a rolling stone 
15. Forever young 
16. Maggie´s farm 
17.  Don´t think twice,  it´ s alright 
18. Rainy day women 
Acoustic mit Band
19.  Blowing in the wind
.


MUSICIANS

Bob Dylan 
 Guitar, Harp, Vocals

Larry Campbell 
 Electric-  and 
Acoustic Guitar, 
Vocals

Charlie Sexton
  Pedal Steel Guitar
Electric-  and 
Acoustic Guitar,
  Slide Guitar, Dobro,
 electric Mandoline

Tony Garnier 
 Bass

David Kemper
 Drums 


SOME PICS

Bob Dylan Picture
Archve 2000



03. JUNE 1998
Berlin / Germany - Waldbühne

REVIEWS
Berliner Morgenpost
Tagesspiegel
Berliner Zeitung
Bob Links

Review by Carsten Wohlfeld
Well, it was an open air show, the sun was slowly going down...."not dark yet, but it's getting there". Unfortunately, the completely killed this song, horrid version even worse than the New York City versions. Kemper started his "loud" part far too early and Larry didn't know what to do with the solo. Bob tried hard to sing is as good as he could, but he couldn't save the song from drowning. It'sw my favourite song on "TooM", but a version like that I would never want to hear again.
...
So it wasn't bad, a good solid show, but nothing I'd sell my grandma for. A lot of the casual Dylan fans who come to see him complained at the length of the show (80 mins). Indeed it was quite unusual to have no opening act and a show that was all over by 8.55pm!!!
(Bob Link)

HIGHLIGHTS
Highway 61 reviseted 
 Don´t think twice it´s alright 


BOOTLEG


Bob Dylan 
Live at Waldbühne
Berlin


Coverfoto Waldbühne 1998

1 CD
unidentified label
Complete show


ARTWORK
dustyoldfairgrounds.com 1998 
Bob Dylan CDR Artwork Guide 1998


SETLIST


1. Everything is broken 
2.  If you see her say hallo 
3. Cold irons bound 
4.  Under the red sky 
5.  Silvio 
6.  The times they are a-changin´ 
7. Love minus zero
8. Masters of war 
9.  Tangled up in blue 
10.  Not dark yet 
11.  Highway 61 reviseted 
 12. Don´t think twice it´s alright 
13.  Love sick
14. Rainy day women # 12 & 35
15. Blowin in the wind.

 


MUSICIANS


Bob Dylan 
 Guitar, Harp, Vocals

Larry Campbell 
 Electric-  and 
Acoustic Guitar, Vocals

Bucky Baxter
  Pedal Steel Guitar
Electric-  and 
Acoustic Guitar,
Slide Guitar, Dobro,
 electric Mandoline

Tony Garnier 
 Bass

David Kemper
 Drums 


SOME PICS

Bob Dylan Picture
Archve 1998




17. JUNE 1996
Berlin / Germany - Tempodrom 17. 06. 1996

REVIEWS
Berliner Zeitung 
Neue Westfälische 
General Anzeiger   



Review by Peter Müller
Zum Auftakt freilich, pünktlich um 20 Uhr mit Drifter´s Escape vom
John Wesley Harding - Album  lässt er die Gitarre noch stehen und stößt zwischen den Zeilen in die Mundharmonika. Dylan - Shows zeichnen sich zwar stets durch eine gewisse Unvorhersehbarkeit  der Ereignisse aus, doch einige Regeln gibt es schon. So wechseln zwar die Songs in jedem Konzert, doch es sind stets zwölf an der Zahl plus drei Zugaben. Und es gibt Fixpunkte - wie derzeit die rauh - rockige Version von All Along The Watchtower als drittes und (mit mehrstimmigem Satzgesang) als sechstes
Lied - gefolgt vom akustischen Set, den er an der Spree mit Tangled Up In Blue beginnt. Man spürt, was da geprobt wurde und was eher spontan den Weg ins Programm gefunden hat. Mitunter klingt das Ganze wie eine nächtliche Session unter Freunden; oder wie früher Greatful Dead ohne Dope. Von den Dead gibt´ s denn auch eine akustische Version von  Friend of the Devil.
(Berliner Morgenpost)

HIGHLIGHTS
All along the watchtower 
Tangled up in blue
Friend of the Devil


BOOTLEG

Bob Dylan
Soul



2 CD
Kiss 021 / 22
Complete show


Bob Dylan
Your Voice Was all That I Heard
Volume 1

Bob Dylan in Berlin - Tempodrom 1996

2 CD
Exclusive Series / ES013 1/2
Complete show
incl.
4 Bonustracks:
Kiel, Ostseehalle25. July 1994


ARTWORK
dustyoldfairgrounds.com 1996
 
Bob Dylan CDR Artwork Guide 1996


SETLIST

1. Drifter´s escape 
2.  Shake sugaree 
3.  All along the watchtower 
4.  Positively 4th Street 
5.  Watching the river flow 
6.  Silvio 
7.  Tangled up in blue (A)
8.  Love minus zero/
no limits (A)
9. Friend of the Devil (A)
10. Seeing the real you at last 
11.  Queen Jane approximately 
12.  Maggie´s farm 
13.  Alabama getaway 
14.  My Back pages (A)
15.  Rainy day women #12 & 35 *

 


MUSICIANS

Bob Dylan 

 Guitar, Harp, Vocals

John Jackson 
 Electric-  and 
Acoustic Guitar, Vocals

Bucky Baxter
  Pedal Steel Guitar
Electric-  and 
Acoustic Guitar,
Slide Guitar, Dobro,
 electric Mandoline


Bucky Baxter

Tony Garnier 
 Bass

David Kemper
 Drums 


SOME PICS

Bob Dylan Picture
Archve 1996


Dylan im Tempodrom 1996



04. JULY 1995
Berlin / Germany - Tempodrom 04. 07. 1995

REVIEWS
Berliner Morgenpost
Rolling Stone 8 / 1995 

Rock im Zelt
Mein drittes Bob Dylan - Konzert. Nach 1990 (Berlin ICC und 1991 Offenbach) war die das beste Konzert. Es war ausverkauft. Viele Fans versuchten vor dem Tempodrom noch Karten zu bekommen. Es sah im Normalfal aussichtslos aus. Bob war von Anfang an voll da, schon mit dem dritten Song - All along the Watchtower - lieferte er schon das erste Highlight des Abends ab, die beste Version, die ich bis dahin live von ihm gehört habe. Tangled up in blue, Love minus zero, und Lenny Bruce waren meine weiteren Favoriten des Abends.
(n-b-u)

HIGHLIGHTS
All along the watchtower 
Tangled up in blue
 Love minus zero 
Lenny Bruce 


BOOTLEG


Bob Dylan
Tempodrom, Berlin, Germany,
July 4, 1995 

Bob Dylan in Berlin 1995 (Bootlegcover)

2 CDR
no label
Complete show


Bob Dylan
Revisiting Autobahn 95
A Fan - Compilation of Special
Soundboard Versions 
Germany 1995

Bootleg Revisiting Autobahn 95  (9854 Byte)

1 CD
Zimmermann Record


4 Tracks: 
Berlin  04. 07. 95:
I want you / Silvio
Girl from the North Country
Knockin´ on heaven´s door


ARTWORK

dustyoldfairgrounds.com 1995
 
Bob Dylan CDR Artwork Guide 1995


SETLIST


1. Crash on the levee 
(Down in the flood) 
2.  I want you 
3. All along the watchtower 
4. Under the red sky 
5. I´ ll be your baby tonight 
6.  Silvio 
 Acoustic with band: 
7. Tangled up in blue (A)
8. Girl of the North 
country (A)
9.  Love minus zero /
no limits (A)
10.  Seeing the real you at last 
11.  Lenny Bruce 
12. Cat´s in the well 
13.  Knockin on heaven´ s door 
  Acoustic with band:
14. The times they are 
a-changin´ (A)
15.  Rainy day women 
#12 & 35
 


MUSICIANS

Bob Dylan 
 Guitar, Harp, Vocals

John Jackson 
 Electric-  and 
Acoustic Guitar, Vocals

Bucky Baxter
  Pedal Steel Guitar
Electric-  and 
Acoustic Guitar, 
 Slide Guitar, Dobro,
 electric Mandoline

Bucky Baxter

Tony Garnier 
 Bass

Winston Watson
Drums 


SOME PICS

Bob Dylan Picture
Archve 1995




05. JULY 1990
Berlin / Germany - Internationales Congress Center

Man in the long black coat
Bob Dylan tritt im ICC auf und ist so gesprächig wie in allen folgenden  Konzerten in Berlin nicht: Danke schön! Danke schön! Danke schön!! (nach Simple Twist Of Fate) . A lot of people in America are concerned about Germany getting reunited. At times you got to remind people Hitler wasn't German at all! (vor Masters Of War). Here's one of my early songs written for a guy that taught me a lot. (vor Song To Woody). Thank you!! It's always a pleasure to play in this part of the world where Elvis spent so much time... (vor Gates Of Eden) Joan Baez used to tell me: "you keep singing that song, boy, and you're gonna be a star!" (vor Blowin' In The Wind). Es ist mein erstes Dylan - Konzert. Mit Ballonmütze und schwarzem Mantel aber nur mit einem Song aus seinem letzten Album Oh Mercy ist er nach Berlin gekommen.


BOOTLEG


Bob Dylan
Live in Berlin



1 CD
incomplete show
Track 17 & 18 are missing) 


Bob Dylan
Rooftop Serenade
(First part of the show)

Dylan in Berlin 1990 Teil 1

1 CD
Tango Letal
Track 1 -9

Bob Dylan
Can you please tell me 
what  I`m doing here
(Second part of the show)

Dylan in Berlin 1990 Teil 2

1 CD
Tango Letal
Track 10 - 19
Part 1 & 2 Complete show


ARTWORK
dustyoldfairgrounds.com 1990
 

Bob Dylan CDR Artwork Guide 1990


SETLIST


1.
Maggie ´s farm 
2. Simple twist of fate
 3. I ´ ll be your baby tonight 
 4. Shelter from the storm 
5. Masters of war 
6. Gotta serve somebody 
7. It´s alright, ma (A)
 8. Song to Woody (A)
9. Don´ t think twice, 
it ´s alright (A)
10. Gates of eden (A) 
11. Mr. Tambourine Man (A)
12. Rainy day women 
#12 & 35 
13.  Political world 
14.  Let´s learn to live
 and love again
(Live - Premiere) 
15.  All along the watchtower 
16.  I shall be released 
17.  Like a rolling stone 
18.  Blowin in the wind 
19.  Highway 61 reviseted


MUSICIANS


Bob Dylan
Guitar, Harp, Vocals 

G. E.  Smith
 
Lead - Guitar 


Tony Garnier
Bass

Benmont Tench
Keyboards

Christopher Parker

Drums 


REVIEWS
Bob Dylan  - Zum Ersten
n - B - u


SOME PICS

Bob Dylan Picture Archve 1990

Bob Dylan und G. E. Smith (Extern link)



17. SEPTEMBER 1987
Berlin / Germany - Treptower Park


Berlin - West oder Berlin Ost?

Bob Dylan´ s  dritter Berlin - Auftritt steht unter keinem guten Stern. Der Kartenvorverkauf in Deutschland laüft nur 
schleppend an. Das geplante Konzert in Mannheim wird abgesetzt. In Berlin - West hat Konzertveranstalter Fritz Rau
ähnliche Probleme, nur 2000 Karten werden verkauft. Fritz Rau reagiert. Er verlegt das Konzert in den Berliner Osten. 
Dort fungiert die örtliche FDJ als Gastgeber. Die Treptower Festwiesen der werden als Veranstaltungsort auserkoren. 

Blahblah
Als Laie fragt man sich jedoch, warum eine solche Tour nach den finanziellen Mißerfolgen vergangener Konzertreisen des Herrn Zimmermann nicht gleich ein paar Nummern kleiner geplant wurde. Ob´ s vielleicht daran lag, dass ,,das



Treptower Konzert 1987
     treptower_festwiesen_5.jpg (14906 Byte)

(Fortsetzung)
Phänomen zwischen Apokalypse und Blahblah" seinen eigenen Marktwert nicht so recht einzuschätzen vermag und illusorische Gagenforderungen für etwas stellte, das bereits ins Museum für Musik gehört? 
(Stadtillustrierte ,,TIP")


BOOTLEG


Bob Dylan 
Live in Berlin ´87
Temples in Flame Tour

Coverfoto Berlin - Bootleg 1987

1 CD
Complete show


ARTWORK
dustyoldfairgrounds.com 1987
 
Bob Dylan CDR Artwork Guide 1987






SETLIST


1. When the night comes
falling from the sky
2. I´ll be your baby tonight
3. Maggie´s farm
4. Simple twist of fate
5. Dead man, dead man
6. Ballad of a thin man
7. Shelter from the storm
8. Highway 69 
9. I  dreamed I saw 
St. Augustine
10. Rainy day women 
11. I and I
12. Like a rolling stone
13. Blowin´ in the wind
14. In the garden  


MUSICIANS


Bob Dylan
Guitar, Harp, Vocals 

Tom Petty
  Guitar, Vocals

Mike Campbell
Guitar

Howie Epstein
Bass

Benmont Tench
Keyboards

Stan Lynch
Drums

Backing Vocals
Madeline Quebec
Carole Dennis
Queen Ester Marrow



REVIEWS


Nicht auf der Höhe
der Zeit aus
by 
Gottfried Blumenstein



SOME PICS

Bob Dylan Picture
Archve 1987



13. JUNE 1984
Berlin / Germany - Waldbühne

REVIEWS
Die Tageszeitung 

Reunion Sundown 1985
von Günter Amendt

Die Waldbühne in Berlin, eine von  sattem Grün umgebene alte Naziarena, zu deren
Bühneneingang noch heute der gleiche Tunnel führt, durch den bereits die Nazigrößen zu ihrenAuftritten geschritten sind, war ausverkauft; fast. Dylan hat die Stadt nicht vergessen.  Hier war er 1978 ausgepfiffen und mit Mehltüten und Eiern beworfen worden. Dieser Abend  im Juli 1984 wird ohne Zwischenfälle verlaufen, auch ohne große künstlerische Höhepunkte. Ein gutes Konzert,  ein normales Konzert. (...)

Eigentlich waren zwei Konzerte auf der Waldbühne vorgesehen - der Terminplan war offen für  ein Zusatzkonzert. Der freie Platz wurde dann aber an Wien abgetreten, wo dem dortigen Veranstalter gerade noch zehn Tage blieben, das Konzert vorzubereiten und durchzuführen. Die Halle in Wien war fast ausverkauft.






BOOTLEG


Bob Dylan 
Just the Girls



CD
Incomplete show:
 It's All Over Now,
Baby Blue

 is missing 


ARTWORK
dustyoldfairgrounds.com 1984
 
Bob Dylan CDR Artwork Guide 1984


SETLIST


1. Highway 61 Revisited
2. Jokerman
3. All Along The Watchtower
4. Just Like A Woman
5. Maggie's Farm
6. I And I
7. License To Kill
8. Tangled Up In Blue
9. It Ain't Me, Babe
10. It's Alright, ma 
(I'm Only Bleeding)
11. It's All Over Now,
Baby Blue
12. Masters Of War
13. Ballad Of A Thin Man
14. Man Of Peace
15. Every Garin Of Sand
16. Like A Rolling Stone
17. Don't Think Twice, 
It's All Right
18. Girl Of The North 
Country
19. The Lonesome Death 
Of Hattie Carroll
20. Tombstone Blues
21. Blowin' In The Wind


MUSICIANS

Bob Dylan 
 
Harp, Guitar, Vocals

Mick Taylor
Guitar

Carlos Santana
Guitar

Gregg Sutton 
 
Bass, Stand up Bass

Gregg Sutton 
 
Bass, Stand up Bass

Colin Allen
 
Drums

Santana Rhythm Group



SOME PICS

Bob Dylan Picture
Archve 1984



29. JUNE 1978
Berlin / Germany - Deutschlandhalle



REVIEWS
Konzertagentur Jänicke 
Tagesspiegel 
Die Welt 
Die Welt
Tour - Werbung



10000 Zuschauer in der Deutschlandhalle

Ausverkauftes Konzert . Zu Beginn ist die Stimmung sehr freundlic
h in der Halle.
Dylan beginnt mit einer Instrumental - Version von Hard Rain. Gegen Ende des Konzertes wechselt die Stimmung. Unruhe kommt auf, es fliegen diverse Gegenstände auf die Bühne, es wird gepfiffen. Dylan läßt sich nicht beirren und beendet das Konzert einschließlich
 der geplanten Zugaben.



Show - Bühne Berlin


BOOTLEG


Bob Dylan
All Along the Watchtower

berlin78.jpg (10442 Byte)

2 CDR
no label
Complete show


ARTWORK

Dustyoldfairgrounds.com 1978
 
Bob Dylan CDR Artwork Guide 1978


SETLIST


1. A hard rain´s a-gonna fall 
2. She´s love crazy 
3. Baby stop crying 
4. Mr. Tambourine man 
5. Shelter from the storm 
6. Love minus zero/No limits 
7. Tangled up in blue 
8. Ballad of a thin man 
9. Maggie´s farm 
10. I don´t believe you 
11. Like a rolling stone 
12. I shall be released 
13. Going going gone 
14. Rainy day women 
#12 & 35 
15. One of us must know
16. You´re a big girl now 
17. One more cup of coffee
18. Blowin´in the wind
19. I want you 
20. Senor 
21. Masters of war
22. Just like a woman 
23. Don´t think twice
 it´s alright 
24. All along the watchtower 
25. All I really want to do 
26. It´s alright ma 
(I´m only bleeding) 
27. Forever young 
28. I´ll be your baby tonight 
29. The times they are 
a-changin´


MUSICIANS

Bob Dylan 
Guitar, Harp 
Vocal


Billy Cross
Lead Guitar

Ian Wallace
Drums

Alan Pasqua
Keyboards

Rob Stoner
Bass, Vocal

Steven Soles
Acustik -
Guitar, Vocal

David Mansfield
Pedal Steel, 
Violine, Mandoline, 

Guitar
, Dobro

Steve Douglas
Saxophone, Flöte, Recorder

Bobbye Hall
Percussion

Background Vocal
Helena Springs
Jo Ann Harris
Debi Dye 



SOME PICS

Bob Dylan Picture
Archve 1978


Norbert Baro  last update 15. 08. 2005