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29. 06. 2004

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29. JUNE 2004
Bonn - Museumsplatz Kunst und Austellungshalle 



REVIEW

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Review by  Tobias Freimueller
 
Another problem is maybe that most of the songs sound very much the same these days (same volume, same level of power if you know what i mean...) Interesting to see that the crowd is not going nuts when Bob plays the greatest hits but when the sound of the whole thing changed a bit (for the first time on Floater with Larry on fiddle - HUGE Cheer!) and during Masters of war which was the highlight of the show for me. I was really tired of it after so many versions 1994-2002 but tonight it was the first song Bob seemed to really care about. Very intense, great spooky arrangement with monster guitarparts from Stu between verses. It ain’t me got a slightly changed instrumental part during the chorus (kind of a break instead of the bursting out guitars), I liked the „older“ version better though.
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HIGHLIGHTS

Masters of war
Like a rolling stone


BOOTLEG


Bob Dylan
Bonn Museumsplatz
June 29, 2004



2 CDR
no label
Complete show


ARTWORK
Bob Dylan CDR Artwork Guide 2004



SETLIST


1. Rainy day women 
#12 & 35 
2. The times they are 
a - changinī  
3. Lonesome day blues
4. Under the red sky
5. Itīs alright, Ma
(Iīm only bleeding)
6. Love minus zero 
/ No limit 
7. Tweedle dee & tweedle dum
8. This wheelīs on fire
9. Floater
(Too much to ask) 
10. I donīt belive you
(She acts like we never have met)
11. Masters of war (A)
12. Honest with me
13. It ainīt me, babe (A)
14. Summer days
15. Doīt think twice,
itīs all right
16. Like a rolling stone
17. All along the watchtower


MUSIKER

Bob Dylan 
 
Harp,
Piano, Vocals

Stu Kimball
Guitar

Larry Campbell
  Violine, Mandoline
Pedal Steel, Banjo

Tony Garnier 
 
Bass

George Recile
 
Drums


SOME PICS


Bob Dylan Picture Archive 2004 / 3