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08. OCTOBER 2009
Eugene / Oregon - University of Oregon / McArthur Court



REVIEWS

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Review by Dave Harper

New.I'm still digesting the new record.At this point it's clear Charlie is going to ramp things up.In fact I left the show praising Sexton more than Dylan,although Bob was mighty.It's like Charlie gets Bob to rise to the challenge engaging him a lot more ,as stated in other reviews here.Sexton's energy and presence,combined with the excitement of the new stagecraft=Bob is fired up. -lovely "Don't think 2wice" -"Till i Fell in Love whit You"...nobody can strangle a fancy Gibson held in the early Wyman/Richards upright position like our Ghostly Host. -And I'll Go mine..full tilt boogie...another trend,long arpeggio lines of the theme,and also at some point in the night Bob sang some verses in a "scary Nursery Rhyme"descending scale thing that sometimes worked.And sometimes did not. -My Wife's Hometown-Howlin Wolf from Minnasota.Fun Stuff. -Desolation Row.I notice Stu for the first time...stock still on stage right,strumming the basic chord shapes.Nice reading of the strange epic. -A new 'Cold Irons Bound" with the spooky shadow uplighting.Love the song,Gimme more. -I Feel a Change Comin on...another newbie.Brisk. -Highway 61 somehow ALWAYS rocks!Even more so when there is a Rock and Roll guitar to push Bob. -Po Boy.new arraignment.Maybe not as snappy as the record.You decide. -Thunder on the Mountain...a lesser copy of Summer Days in my opinion,but enough for everyone to rave-up. -Ballad of a Thin Man.Menacing as always.

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HIGHLIGHTS
Most Likely You Go
Your Way
Desolation Row
Cold Irons Bound


BOOTLEG

Bob Dylan
Eugene 2009

wanted !!!

Complete show


ARTWORK
Lewis & stewART CD Artwork 2009

 


SETLIST

1. Watching The River Flow
(Bob on guitar)
2. The Man In Me
 3. Beyond Here Lies Nothin´
4. Don´t Think Twice , It´s All Right
(Bob on guitar)
5. ´Til I Fell In Love With You
(Bob on guitar)
6. Most Likely You Go Your Way
 (And I'll Go Mine)
7. My Wife´s Hometown
(Bob on guitar)
8. Desolation Row
9. Cold Irons Bound
(Bob on stage)
10. I Feel A Change Comin´On
11. Highway 61 Revisited
12. Po´Boy
(Bob on harp)
13. Thunder On The Mountain
14. Ballad Of A Thin Man
15. Like A Rolling Stone
16. Jolene
17. All Along The Watchtower 


MUSICIANS


Bob Dylan 
 
Harp, Guitar
Vocals

Stu Kimball
Guitar

Charlie Sexton
Lead Guitar

Donnie Herron
  Violine, Mandoline
Pedal Steel, Banjo

Tony Garnier 
 
Bass, Stand up Bass

George Recile
 
Drums


SOME PICS

Bob Dylan Picture
Gallery 2009




05. OCTOBER 2002
Eugene / Oregon - University of Oregon / McArthur Court



REVIEWS

Bob Links




Review by Dave Harper

Remember how well Mick Jagger recorded Like A Rolling Stone? Well Bob Dylan does Brown Sugar even better. Full backing vocals from the band were a gas. Dead on. Maybe the show highlight if it weren't for so many others. I thought of the new Odetta record when he performed It's Alright Ma with a slow rolling blues feel at the piano. This is a song you dont mess with and I've always particulary liked Dylans powerful rhythm guitar with it but tonight the electric silver piano rebirthed it. The three excellently sung Warren Zevon songs were an important addition to the tour. This is such class. Every song was reworked, some quite boldly and for the better I'd say. Honest With Me and Lonesome Day Blues were done like the album only three times better
.

Review by Michael Smith
I'll make a few general observations about the show. First off, I thought the electric piano was awesome. It's been a dream of mine to see Dylan play the piano live, so I'm thrilled not only that he's doing it but that it sounds good. It totally changes the dynamic of the band and adds a new color to the sound. (There were several songs, for instance, that featured only Charlie on guitar.) Bob played the piano last night in the same inimitable, percussive style that you hear on his records. True, he's no virtuoso but you don't need to be to play the songs that Bob Dylan does. If you find his style charming, as I do, you're going to love seeing him do it live. Also, Dylan's whole persona seems to be changing, which I think is good

Bob Links



HIGHLIGHTS
Tombstone blues
Brown sugar 
Forever young


BOOTLEG

Bob Dylan
Eugene 
Live October 5, 2002



2 CDR
unidentified label
Complete show


ARTWORK
Dustyoldfairgrounds.com 2002
 
Bob Dylan CDR Artwork Guide 2002

 


SETLIST

1. Maggie ´s farm  (A)
2. Just like a woman (A)
3. Tombstone blues  
4. Accidentally like a matyr
   5. Watching the river flow
 ( Bob on harp)
6. Brown sugar 
7. Forever young (A)
8. It ´s alright , ma  
(I´m only bleeding)
 9. It´s all over now, baby blue
 ( Bob on harp) 
10. Lawyers guns and money
11. A voice from on high (A)
12. Senor (Tales of Yankee Power) (A)
13. Honest with me (Bob am Piano)
14. Friend of the devil (A)
15. Lonesome day blues (A)
16. Mutineer 
17. Moonlight 
18. Summer days  
19. Like a rolling stone
20. Knockin `on heaven `s door  (A)
21. All along the watchtowe
r 


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
 Archive 2002




14. JUNE 1999
Eugene / Oregon - University of Oregon / Erb Memorial Union  Ballroom  



REVIEWS

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Review by Tom de Wolf

There were only four songs that were played both Saturday and Monday. The rest were different. It looked like he twice changed songs from the setlist, the way he spoke to his band. There was something so intimate and so special about this evening. "Spanish Boots" was beautiful, as was "Simple Twist of Fate." "Highway 61" just plain rocked. "Like a Rolling Stone" seemed like it would never end. They just kept going, playing like there was no tomorrow. Interestingly, it was during this song that some jerk jumped on stage and began to dance, startling Bob. Security grabbed him in a bear hug and hauled him off and Bob broke into laughter. The smile on his face is like nothing I've ever seen before, live or in photos. His smile was spontaneous and uncontrollable. He looked like the Cheshire Cat, grinning from ear to ear; especially since the next line after that guy was hauled off was "How does it feel to be without a home..." and the irony seemed to really tickle Bob. Also at this point, Bob blew kisses to a girl right at the front of the stage. He did this a couple times. Security was pretty intense at times, removing anyone they caught taking pictures, confiscating their film and throwing them out of the concert. It seemed a little harsh, but I guess everyone has a job to do. I've never heard Bob talk so much, either. At one point he said "Hello, Eugene. They call this the home of the hippies. I've never been a hippie, but I'm an honorary hippie." It seemed that everyone, including Bob, knew that this was a special evening by any measure. It exceeded my expectations. Now, if I can only get my camera back... (just kidding).

Bob Links



HIGHLIGHTS
Simple twist of fate
Highway 61 revisited


BOOTLEG


Bob Dylan
Down in the cove



2 CDR
unidentified label
Complete show
Soundboardrecording

Bonustracks
Baby let me follow you down 
Hazel 
I don't believe you 
Forever young 
Baby let me follow you down (reprise
I shall be released


ARTWORK
Dustyoldfairgrounds.com 1999 
Bob Dylan CDR Artwork Guide 1999


SETLIST


 1. Cocaine blues (A)
2. My back pages
  (A Bob mit Harp)
3. Boots of Spanish leather (A)
5. Hard rain (A)
6. Love minus zero (A)
 7. Don't think twice, it's all right
(A Bob mit Harp) 
8. Down along the cove 
(first live performance)
8. Blind Willie McTell 
9. Most likely you go your way
(and I ´ll go mine) 
10. Simple twist of fate 
11. Can 't wait 
12. Highway 61 revisited 
13. Not dark yet 
14. Like a rolling stone 
15. Blowin' in the wind (A)
16. Not Fade Away


MUSICIANS

Bob Dylan 
 
Harp, Guitar
Vocals

Charlie Sexton
Guitar

Larry Campell
  Violine, Mandoline
Pedal Steel, Banjo

Tony Garnier 
 
Bass, Stand up Bass

David Kemper
 
Drums


SOME PICS


Bob Dylan Picture
Archive 1998



24. SEPTEMBER 1998
Eugene / Oregon -
University of Oregon / McArthur Court



REVIEWS

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Review by Greg Wicklem

Since Van was added, I expected him to be next, but to my suprise, Bob and the boys took the stage. Bob looked, well, like Bob. Black outfit, white trim and...the hair. I was still a little dubious about the acoustics, especially the vocals, but from the first "Broken" in "Everything is Broken", I knew this would be a great set, sound wise. >From the opening song all the way to the end of the set, the crowd was on its feet. The place rocked. It was a pretty typical set, as you can see from the set list, but Bob and the band were in a groove all night. Bob sang with passion, and looked like he was having a great time. I could see him keeping his band on their toes with some of his old "I think I'll do it this was tonight" tricks, but they followed seamlessly. The new arrangements of some standards like "Positively 4th St.", "It Takes A Lot..." and "Blowin'", were very fresh and we were treated to a rocking version of "Blind Willie McTell". (That was a highlight, in my opinion.) The acoustic "jam" on "Tangled" was awe-inspiring. The biggest disappointment was the short duration of the set, 14 songs (including encores) and about 70 minutes. After 2 years, that just was not enough Bob for me. I've seen Bob enough times to discern a great set from a good set, and in my opinion, this was one of his better nights. The crowd seemed to agree with me. Judging from Bob's smiles and bows, I think he thought so too.

Bob Links



HIGHLIGHTS
Masters of war
Tangled up in blue


BOOTLEG


Bob Dylan
September 24 1998
Eugene 



2 CDR
unidentified label
Complete show


ARTWORK
Dustyoldfairgrounds.com 1998 
Bob Dylan CDR Artwork Guide 1998


SETLIST


 1. Everything Is Broken 
2. If Not For You
3.  Can't Wait
4.  Positively Fourth Street
 5. It Takes A Lot To Laugh
6. Silvio
 7. Cocaine Blues
 8. Masters Of War
9. Tangled Up In Blue
 10. Blind Willie McTell
 11. Highway 61 Revisited
 12. Love Sick
 13. Rainy Day Women#12 & 35
 14. Blowin' In The Wind)


MUSICIANS

Bob Dylan 
 
Harp, Guitar
Vocals

Charlie Sextonl
Guitar

Larry Campell
  Violine, Mandoline
Pedal Steel, Banjo

Tony Garnier 
 
Bass, Stand up Bass

David Kemper
 
Drums


SOME PICS


Bob Dylan Picture
Archive 1998




31. MAY 1995
Eugene / Oregon - Hult Center 


BOOTLEG


Bob Dylan
Eugene 1995

wanted !!!

Complete show


ARTWORK
Dustyoldfairgrounds.com 1995 
Bob Dylan CDR Artwork Guide 1995

 


SETLIST


1. Crash On The Levee
(Down In The Flood)
2. Senor
(Tales Of Yankee Power)
3. All Along The Watchtower
4. Under The Red Sky 
5. Positively 4th Street
6.Silvio 
7. Mr. Tambourine Man (A) 
8. Gates Of Eden (A)
9. Don´t Think Twice, It´s All Right (A)
10. Seeing The Real You At Last 
11. Shelter From The Storm
12. Obviously Five Believers
13. Like A Rolling Stone
14. My Back Pages (A)
15. Rainy Day Women #12 & 35


MUSICIANS

Bob Dylan
 
Harp, Guitar
Vocals


John Jackson
Guitar

Bucky Baxter
 
Violine, Mandoline
Pedal Steel, Banjo


Tony Garnier 
 
Bass, Stand up Bass

Winston Watson
 
Drums



SOME PICS


Bob Dylan Picture
Archive 1995



30. MAY 1995
Eugene / Oregon - Hult Center 


BOOTLEG


Bob Dylan
Eugene 1995

Bob Dylan in Eugene 30. 05. 1995 - Bootlegcover

2 CDR
unidentified label
Complete show


ARTWORK
Dustyoldfairgrounds.com 1995 
Bob Dylan CDR Artwork Guide 1995

 


SETLIST


1. Crash On The Levee
(Down In The Flood)
2. I'll Be Your Baby Tonight
3. All Along The Watchtower
4. You´re A Big Girl Now 
5. Just Like Tom Thumb´s Blues
6.Silvio 
7. Mr. Tambourine Man (A) 
8. Masters Of War (A)
9. To Ramona (A)
10. Silvio
11. Seeing The Real You At Last 
12. In The Garden
13. Highway 61 Revisited
14. Ballad Of A Thin Man
15. The Times They Are A Changin´


MUSICIANS

Bob Dylan
 
Harp, Guitar
Vocals


John Jackson
Guitar

Bucky Baxter
 
Violine, Mandoline
Pedal Steel, Banjo


Tony Garnier 
 
Bass, Stand up Bass

Winston Watson
 
Drums



SOME PICS


Bob Dylan Picture
Archive 1995



19. JULY 1992
Eugene / Oregon - Autzen Stadium 


BOOTLEG


Bob Dylan
(Eugene)

wanted !!!

2 CDR
unidentified label

Complete show


ARTWORK
Dustyoldfairgrounds.com 1992
 
Bob Dylan CDR Artwork Guide 1992

 


SETLIST


1. Rainy Day Women
 # 12 & 35
2. Black Muddy River
3. Drifter´s Escape
4. Just Like A Woman
5. Tangled Up In Blue
6. I Don´t Believe You
7. Everything Is Broken
8. Love Minus Zero
No Limit (A)
9. Little Moses ((A)
10. Lonesome Death
Of Hattie Carroll (A)
11. Mr. Tambourine Man (A)
12. Cat's In The Well 
13. Idiot Wind
14. The Times They Are
A-Changin' (A)
15. Maggie's Farm
16. Absolutely Sweet Marie
17. All Along The Watchtower
18. Blowin' In The Wind (A)


MUSICIANS

Bob Dylan 
 
Harmonika,
Piano, Gesang

John Jackson
 
Guitar  

Tony Garnier 
 
Bass

Ian Walker
 
Drums

Bucky Baxter 
Pedal Steel 
Mandolin / Dobro  Guitar

Charlie Quintana
Drums, Percussion 


SOME PICS

Bob Dylan Picture
Archive 1992



19. JULY 1987
Eugene / Oregon - Autzen Stadium 
  


BOOTLEG

Bob Dylan
Bob Dylan & Grateful Dead
The Ballad of Bob & Jerry

Bob Dylan in Eugene 1987 - Bootlegcover

1 CD
Störtebeker  /  CD02
incomplete show
Queen Jane is missing


ARTWORK
Dustyoldfairgrounds.com 1987 
Bob Dylan CDR Artwork Guide 1987
 


SETLIST

1. Maggie's Farm
2. Dead Man, Dead Man
3. Watching The River Flow
4. Simple Twist Of Fate
5. The Ballad Of Frankie Lee And Judas Priest
6. Stuck Inside Of Mobile
 With The Memphis Blues Again
7. Heart Of Mine
8. It's All Over Now, Baby Blue
9. Rainy Day Women # 12 & 35
10. Queen Jane Approximately
11. Ballad Of A Thin Man
12. Highway 61 Revisited
13. Tangled Up In Blue
14. Touch Of GreyJerry Garcia vocal and (Bob Dylan back-up guitar)
15. All Along The Watchtower


MUSICIANS

Bob Dylan 
 
Harp,
Piano, Vocals

Larry Campbell
Guitar


Bucky Baxter

Guitar,  Pedal Steel,
 Mandoline, Fiddle
electric Bazouki

Tony Garnier 
 
Bass, Stand up Bass

David Kemper
 
Drums

Guest
Robert Hunter
Jerry Garcia


SOME PICS

Dylan Archive
Gallery 1987