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Shows in Moncton / New Brunswick
20. 05. 2008  08. 08. 2002  05. 04. 1997


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20. MAY 2008
Moncton / New Brunswick - Moncton Coliseum


REVIEWS

Bob Links




Review by Annie

John Brown's not a smiling song. Audience very quiet. Donnie's banjo is superb. Honest With me is too loud -- Bob's words get drowned out too much. He drags out words: "baaaaaaaseball bat in the air." In the middle of the song, he takes his hands off the keyboards as the others play, adjusts his lapels, flicks his fingers through the hair at the back of his neck. He looks like royalty. Then, tongue out for a moment, crouching and slinking behind the keyboards, he plays. Donnie's watching his hands like a hawk. Just Like a Woman is grand for the shifting lyrics, the harp solo. It's Alright Ma is crystal clear, every word, but the band's raggy on it. I just now notice, concentrating on his voice, no tie or ascot tonight -- open-necked shirt. His throat is white and fine and the sight of it makes him look younger. Honky-tonkin and crooning through "Beyond the Horizon" -- and something makes the band start laughing. Apart from the humor value in the song itself, the lounge-lizard delivery, what could it be? The roadies are rushing to fix something. The stage-right sound system suddenly goes dark. Hmm. But no one cares, because Bob is outright laughing now, and so is Donnie, and suddenly we in the front crack up too. They everyone laughs a good long time. Bob takes a good long hang-out with Donnie before the next song, and he's still laughing when it starts, even though it's Highway 61. Between the Howard and Louie verses he has a good solid guffaw. The crowd is delighted to see him delighted. It's sorta anticlimactic for many reasons when Spirit on the Water ensues. Summer Days is okay, but Masters of War is delightful. Bob pretty much takes the first verse himself, and the band comes in fully on the second. Thunder on the Mountain, first encore, and Rolling Stone, second -- something old, something new. Both solid and what the people wanna hear.
(Bob Links)


HIGHLIGHTS

Mississiippi


BOOTLEG


Bob Dylan
Moncton, New Brunswick
20 May 2008 

Bob Dylan in Moncton 2008 - Bootlegcover

2 CDR
Romeo Recording
Complete show


ARTWORK
Lewis & stewART CD Artwork 2008 


SETLIST


1. Catīs in the well
2. It ainīt me, babe
3. Rollinīand tumblinī
4. Tangled up in blue
5. The leveeeīs gonna breal
6. Mississiippi
7. John Brown
8. Honest with me
9. Just like a woman
10. Itīs allright, ma
(Iīm only bleeding)
11. Beyond the horizon
12. Highway 61 revisited
13. Spirit on the water
14. Summer days
15. Masters of war
16. Thunder on the mountain
17. Like a rolling stone 


MUSICIANS

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

Bob Dylan Picture
Archive 2008



08. AUGUST 2002
Moncton / New Brunswick - Moncton Coliseum


REVIEWS

Bob Links


Review by Shane Bernard
The "Love and Theft" tunes were probably the highlight for me, each one a superb, different version from the album track. The hard driving “Summer Days” hit another level when it comes to live performances, Bob and the band were out of this world on this one and you could tell by the expressions on the whole cast that they really enjoyed it. The next tune, "Never Gonna Be The Same Again" was also a gem. The new arrangement was pure Bob genius with it's breaks into the possibility of the whole song falling apart and then bringing you back with a magnificent riff. After that came "The Wicked Messenger", and.. well..this one was simply stated.. "Wicked"! After rattling the walls with this song Bob went into "Rainy Day Woman" and then introduced the band, poking a little fun at Tony Garnier as he said "And playing the toughest instrument, on bass guitar Tony Garnier". He then walked over to Tony and seemed to be apologizing to him for the joke, both had big smiles on their faces. The encore tunes were equally special with a great closing performance of "All Along the Watchtower". Amazing show, can't wait for the fifth time around!!

(Bob Links )


HIGHLIGHTS
Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues


BOOTLEG

Bob Dylan 
St. John 2002

Bob Dyln in Saint John 2002 - Bootlegcover

2 CDR
WalkinīDude
Complete show


ARTWORK
Dusty Old Fairgrounds 2002
 
Bob Dylan CDR Artwork Guide 2002


SETLIST

1. I Am The Man Thomas
2. Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues
3. Don't Think Twice It's All Right
4. Masters Of War
5. Cry A While, Moonlight
6. I Don't Believe You
(She Acts Like We Never Have Met) 7. High Water
8. Tomorrow Is A Long Time
9.  It's Alright Ma 
(I'm Only Bleeding)
10. My Back Pages

11. Summer Days
12. Never Gonna Be The Same Again
13.
The Wicked Messenger
14.
Rainy Day Women #12 & 35
15. Like A Rolling Stone
16. Honest With Me
17. Blowin' In The Wind
18. All Along The Watchtower


MUSICIANS


Bob Dylan 

 Guitar, Harp, Vocals

Charly Sexton
Guitar, Vocal

David Campbell
  Violine, Mandoline
Pedal Steel

Tony Garnier 
 
Bass, Stand up Bass

David Kemper
 
Drums

Guest:
Dickie Betts
Guitar


SOME PICS

Bob Dylan Picture
Archive 2002



05. APRIL1997 
Moncton / New Brunswick - Harbour Station


BOOTLEG

Bob Dylan
Moncton

???

2 CD
unidentified label
Complete show



ARTWORK
Dusty Old Fairgrounds 1997
 
Bob Dylan CDR Artwork Guide 1997


SETLIST

1. Crash On The Levee 
(Down In The Flood)
2. I Want You 
3. All Along The Watchtower 
4. Positively 4th Street 
5. Watching The River Flow
6. Silvio
7. Oh Baby It Ain't No Lie (A) 
8. Desolation row (A) 
9. Donīt Think Twice, Itīs All Right (A)
10. God Knows
11. She Belongs To Me
12. Highway 61 Revisited
13. Like A Rolling Stone
14. It Ainīt Me, Babe  (A)
15. Rainy Day Women # 12 & 35


MUSICIANS


Bob Dylan 

 Guitar, Harp, Vocals

Charly Sexton
Guitar, Vocal

David Campbell
  Violine, Mandoline
Pedal Steel

Tony Garnier 
 
Bass, Stand up Bass

David Kemper
 
Drums



SOME PICS

Bob Dylan Picture
Archive 1997