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Shows in Duluth / Georgia
22. 09. 2007  03. 07. 1999  22. 10. 1998


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22. SEPTEMBER 2007
Duluth / Georgia - The Arena at Gwinnett Center


REVIEWS

Bob Links


Review by Jamie Thomas
Just a short synopsis of the show. Took Bob about 3 songs to warm up his voice, once he did he really sang well, best I've heard in at least 3 years, lots of enegy throughout the night. Played some nice harp as well, the band has improved vastly from San Antonio, the last time they came through or near Austin. Some stand outs were another reworking of "Tangled", new words as well, a very sinister "Thin Man", my 1st's of "Workingman's" and "Nettie", both really sounded fresh to my ears, a very rollicking "Summer" to close the set, encores we're solid, very sweet "Released" to end the night. All in all a VERY fine show, right on Bob. See this tour without any hesitation. Great Hat too!

(Bob Links )


HIGHLIGHTS
Rollinīand tumblinī
Tangled up in blue
Ballad of a thin man
Nettie Moore


BOOTLEG


Bob Dylan
Duluth 2007

???

2 CDR
John234 Recording
incomplete: Honest is missing  



ARTWORK
Lewis & stewART CD Artwork 2007


SETLIST

1. Leopard - skin pill - box hat
2. Donīt think twice, itīs all right
3. Watching the river flow
4. Just like a woman
5. Rollinīand tumblinī
6. Spirit on the water
7. Ballad of a thin man
8. Stuck inside of Mobile
with the Memphis blues again
9. Honest with me
10. Workingmanīs blues #2
11. Highway 61 revisited
12. Nettie Moore
13. Summer days
14. Masters of war
15. Thunder on the mountain
16. All along the watchtower

 


MUSICANS


Bob Dylan 

 Guitar, Harp, Vocals

Stu Kimball
Guitar

Denny Freeman
Guitar


Donnie Herron

  Violine, Mandoline
Pedal Steel

Tony Garnier 
 
Bass, Stand up Bass

George Recile
 
Drums


SOME PICS

Dylan Archive Gallery 2007



03. JULY 1999
Duluth / Georgia - Bayfront West Park 


REVIEWS

Bob Links


Review by David Berry
The encore really made the show. It was great to hear a 20,000 people scream "How does it feel?" during "Rolling Stone," and now I'm pretty sure that the Napoleon in rags line is referring to himself. You can just tell by the way his entire face lights up during those lines. Of course, the real highlight of the encore, and probably the entire show, was "Blowin in the Wind." This is the second time I've heard this live and it was amazing both times. This song still has so much power, even after all of the cheesy cover versions. Tonight it was really soft during the verses and then BAM! Larry and Charlie step up to harmonize during the chorus and the lights come on and the crowd sings along and it just about knocks you out. They stretch out "wind" at the end of the chorus. The closed with a rocking "Not Fade Away" and then disappeared into the night. The nut job next to us tried to lead the crowd in a "One more song" chant, but nobody helped him out. I thought maybe we'd hear one more, but it was not to be. Of course, after "Blowin in the Wind," I could have left and been happy forever. It's still an amazing song!
(Bob Links )


HIGHLIGHTS
Blowinī in the wind
Not fade away


BOOTLEG

Bob Dylan
Duluth 1999

Bob Dylan in Duluth 1999 - Bootlegcover

2 CDR
no label
Complete show


ARTWORK
???


SETLIST

1. Oh Baby It Ain't No Lie (A) 
2. Don't Think Twice, It's All Right (A) 
3. Masters Of War (A)
4. It's All Over Now, Baby Blue (A)
5. Tangled Up In Blue (A)
6. All Along The Watchtower
7.Tryin' To Get To Heaven
8. Stuck Inside Of Mobile
With The Memphis Blues Again
9. Make You Feel My Love 
10. Highway 61 Revisited
11. Like A Rolling Stone
12. Blowin' In The Wind (A)
13. Not Fade Away


MUSICANS

Bob Dylan 
 Guitar, Harp, Vocals

 
Tony Garnier 
  Bass, Stand up Bass

Larry Campbell
Guitar

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

David Kemper
  Drums

 



SOME PICS

???



22. OCTOBER 1998
Duluth / Georgia - Duluth Entertainement & Convention Center


REVIEWS

Bob Links


Review by Ed Newman
Then the dam burst. Rainy Day Women #12 & 35 has got to be the ultimate party song and a boisterous, celebratory mood permeated the arena. Guitars were exchanged and a wondrous Blowin' In The Wind followed and something I did not expect happened. It was somewhat akin to an epiphany. The crowd was there soaking it in, the music was dynamic and fully present, but I was absent. I had moved to a higher plane, transcendant, somehow saw myself watching the concert, recognized that I, yet not I, was in the presence of a man who has made an impact on a whole generation. This was a historical moment and a historical man. It was not just another entertainment venue, just another concert. Dylan's importance came through to me as he sang Blowin' In The Wind, with the crowd joining in on the choruses. And finally, we went to Highway 61 Revisited. This is real homeboy stuff. Highway 61 is Minnesota, is here and now and yet was back then. Through the music of this man it is now a symbol of something more than a mere thoroughfare. It's fun, fume and fame. It's a symbol of place and promise and possibility. And the audience continued to drink from the well, with reverential joy. 
(Bob Links )


HIGHLIGHTS
Iīll remember you
Tangled Up In Blue
Highway 61 revisited


BOOTLEG



Wanted !!!

Complete show


ARTWORK
Dustyoldfairgrounds.com 1994
 
Bob Dylan CDR Artwork Guide 1996

 


SETLIST


1. Gotta Serve Somebody
2. Iīll remember you
3. Cold irons bound
4. Just like a woman 
5. Canīt wait
6. Silvio
7. Tomorrow is a long time (A)
8. Masters of war (A)
9. Tangled Up In Blue (A)
10. Donīt think twice, itīs all right
11. Ballad of a thin man
12. īTill I fell in love with you
13. Love sick
14. Rainy day Women #12 & 35
15. Blowin' In The Wind (A)
16. Highway 61 revisited
17. Forever young (A)


MUSICANS

Bob Dylan 
 Guitar, Harp, Vocals

 
John Jackson
 
Guitar    

Tony Garnier 
  Bass, Stand up Bass

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

Winston Watson
  Drums

 



SOME PICS