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THROUGH THE YEARS
NEW YORK





19. 11. 2009  18. 11. 2009  17. 11. 2009  21. 11. 2008
20. 11. 2006
  30. 04. 2005  29. 04. 2005  28. 04. 2005  26. 04. 2005  25. 04. 2005  07. 06. 2004  20. 08. 2003  13. 08. 2003  12. 08. 2003  08. 08. 2003  13. 11. 2002
11. 11. 2002  19. 11. 2001  27. 07. 1999  26. 07. 1999  30. 06. 1999  01. 11. 1998  21. 01. 1998  20. 01. 1998  18. 01. 1998  17. 01. 1998  16. 01. 1998  12. 08. 1997
14. 12. 1995   11. 12. 1995  18. 11. 1994  17. 11. 1994  16. 11. 1994  20. 10. 1994  19. 10. 1994  18. 10. 1994  18. 08. 1994  16. 10. 1992  19. 10. 1990  18. 10. 1990 17. 10. 1990  16. 10. 1990  15. 10. 1990  13. 10. 1989  12. 10. 1989  11. 10. 1989  10. 10. 1989  19. 09. 1988  18. 09. 1988  17. 09. 1988  16. 09. 1988  29. 05. 1988 11. 03. 1987  17. 07. 1986  16. 07. 1986  15. 07. 1986  16. 02. 1983  30. 09. 1978  29. 09. 1978  08. 12. 1975  31. 01. 1974  31. 01. 1974  30. 01. 1974  01. 01. 1972
01. 08. 1971  20. 01. 1968  20. 01. 1968  01. 10. 1965  31. 10. 1964  26. 10. 1963  17. 08. 1963  12. 04. 1963  22. 09. 1962  10. 05. 1962  06. 05. 1962  05. 05. 1962
03. 05. 1962  02. 05. 1962  01. 05. 1962  30. 04. 1962  29. 04. 1962  28. 04. 1962  27. 04. 1962  26. 04. 1962  25. 04. 1962  24. 04. 1962  22. 04. 1962  21. 04. 1962
20. 04. 1962  16. 04. 1962  23. 03. 1962  ??. 02. 1962  23. 02. 1962  04. 11. 1961  08. 10. 1961  07. 10. 1961  06. 10. 1961  05. 10. 1961  04. 10. 1961  03. 10. 1961
03. 10. 1961  02. 10. 1961  01. 10. 1961  30. 09. 1961  29. 09. 1961  28. 09. 1961  27. 09. 1961  26. 09. 1961  25. 09. 1961  06. 09. 1961  29. 07. 1961  ??. 07. 1961
??. 06. 1961  ??. 06. 1961  ??. 06. 1961  ??. 06. 1961  09. 04. 1961  05. 04. 1961  25. 04. 1961  24. 04. 1961  23. 04. 1961  22. 04. 1961  21. 04. 1961  20. 04. 1961
19. 04. 1961  18. 04. 1961  17. 04. 1961  16. 04. 1961  15. 04. 1961  14. 04. 1961  13. 04. 1961  12. 04. 1961  11. 04. 1961  10. 04. 1961  09. 04. 1961  08. 04. 1961
07. 04. 1961  06. 04. 1961  05. 04. 1961  04. 04. 1961  ??. 04. 1961  ??. 04. 1961  ??. 04. 1961  ??. 04. 1961  13. 02. 1961  ??. 02. 1961  29. 02. 1961  24. 01. 1961
 ??. 01. 1961




19. NOVEMBER 2009

New York / New York - United Palace Theatre



REVIEWS

Bob Links




Review by Charles Gardner

The entire show, meanwhile, has been wonderfully revitalized from past tours as others have noted. Partly this has to do with the stellar musicianship of guitarist Charlie Sexton, who thoroughly impressed the New York crowd, and partly it is due to Dylan's renewed willingness to put himself at the center of the stage again. Dylan seems to be comforted when behind his familiar keyboard, but when he stepped out to the center mike, with guitar or harp in hand, in my opinion the performances just soared. The pure entertainment value increased by a factor of ten, and the keyboard sound wasn't missed -- not surprising, given the talented crew of players Dylan has with him. Thus, a wonderful "Man in Me," with melody faithful to the original, and Bob gyrating in highly entertaining manner at center stage; a surprisingly great "Wife's Hometown;" the always welcome "High Water," which to my ear benefited considerably from losing Dylan's keyboard playing, as it leaves more space for his band to fill out the sound; the re-worked "Cold Irons Bound," an unusually touching and well-sung performance of "Workingman's," and the ominous "Ballad of a Thin Man," which had some excellent sonic effects. Altogether the arrangements are more varied than last year, although I refuse to give up my hope of again seeing some truly acoustic performances.
Bob Links



HIGHLIGHTS
The Man In Me


BOOTLEG

Bob Dylan
New York City
19 November 2009

Bob Dylan in New York 19.11.2009 - Bootlegcover

2 CDR
JF Recording Recording
Complete show


ARTWORK
Lewis & stewART CD Artwork 2009

 


SETLIST

1. Gonna Change My Way Of Thinking
2. The Man In Me
(Bob center stage on harp)
 3. Beyond Here Lies Nothin´
4. Most Likely You Go Your Way
 (And I'll Go Mine)
5. My Wife's Home Town
(Bob on guitar)
6. Desolation Row
7. High Water
(For Charly Patton)
(Bob center stage on harp)
8. When The Deal Goes Down
 9. Cold Irons Bound
(Bob center stage on harp)
10. Workingman´s Blues #2
(Bob on keyboard then 
center stage on harp)
11. Highway 61 Revisited
12. Ain´t Talkin´
13. Thunder On The Mountain
14. Ballad Of A Thin Man
(Bob center stage on harp)
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





18. NOVEMBER 2009

New York / New York - United Palace Theatre



REVIEWS

Bob Links




Review by Hermann Rechberger

Having arrived the second time at United Palace things easier on Will Call and ticket is handed out wihtin minutes. A very relaxed crowd greets Dylan with enthusiasm and Bob gave us all back. Stuck Inside of Mobile kicked the off to 110% with Dylan hammering his keybpard and the band beeing ecaxtly was it sould be: 6 musicians playing together. Doubtless Bob and Charlie are the leaders, but - for exaample - Stu Kimball is the partner without this wouldn't work. Not to mention all the other band members. The good mood holds on throughout the show, both on stage and on audience side. 8 songs in row different to yesterday, first repetition was Cold Irons Bound. But this could not call repetition: again a powerful performance with Bob center stage and the band doing it magical fine. Every night this is surprising me in it's new arrangement, i first heart this live in Berlin 1998 but can't get enough. It's hard to name highlights, so let's call it magic moments in a row of highlights: The guitar work on Most likely You Go Your Way, the 3 songs from this years album (It's All Good, Forgetful Heart, I Feel A Change Comin' On), Workingman's Blues and of course, the electric storms on Highway 61 and All Along The Watchtower. I assume Bob's intention is to show Neil Young how it sounds when a power station is exploding. Low points: not from Bob and his band, but from the location; how can it be that a theatre offers only one (1!) restroom in the upper floor whre people have stand in a line of 100 ore more persons? And why there is no cloakrooms? Poeple have to bring in all their clothes which makes the seating very uncomfortable. Expections for night 3: of course a Dylan in disguise doing Must Be Santa!
Bob Links



HIGHLIGHTS
High Water
 Forgetful Heart
Workingman's Blues #2


BOOTLEG

Bob Dylan
New York City
18 November 2009

Bob Dylan in New York 18.11.2009 _ Bootlegcover

2 CDR
Taper Advocat Recording
Complete show


ARTWORK
Lewis & stewART CD Artwork 2009

 


SETLIST

1. Stuck Inside Of Mobile With The Memphis Blues Again
2. It Ain't Me, Babe
(Bob on guitar)
 3. Man In The Long Black Coat
(Bob on guitar)
4. It´s All  Good
5. Spirit On The Water 
6. High Water
(For Charly Patton)
(Bob center stage on harp)
7. Most Likely You Go Your Way
(And I'll Go Mine)
8. Forgetful Heart
(Bob center stage on harp)
 9. Cold Irons Bound
(Bob center stage on harp)
10. I Feel A Change Comin' On 
11. Highway 61 Revisited
12. Workingman's Blues #2
(Bob on keyboard 
then center stage on harp)
13. Thunder On The Mountain
14. Ballad Of A Thin Man
(Bob center stage on harp)
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





17. NOVEMBER 2009

New York / New York - United Palace Theatre



REVIEWS

Bob Links




Review by Willy Gissen

What could be better than opening night of a Bob Dylan concert in New York City? I hate to wax poetic, but Dylan was transcendent last night. I've gone to a lot of Bob Dylan concerts in my day, even traveling up and down with him along the Eastern Seaboard during one stint where I was temporarily unemployed. But this concert just blew me away. There were so many key moments, and I didn't follow the previous set lists in advance so I was in for a total surprise. Dylan's voice was strong even in the beginning when he typically needs to stretch things out a little. That was my first inkling that this concert was going to be a good one. Things moved into the stratosphere when Dylan sang "John Brown," a virulently anti-war ballad. And the audience could hear every word distinctly so even the uninitiated were able to appreciate it. Dylan ended the song by repeating the first verse with a devastating impact, "John Brown went off to war … and his mother sure was proud of him." Another moment was a rocking version of Summer Days. Dylan used to end every concert with this song, but it seemed to be about the middle of his set, so I knew we were in for additional treats. I was thinking to myself, "Well, he didn't end with Summer Days. Maybe, he will end with Highway 61." Sure enough, a few songs later, another rocking version of Highway 61. It seemed like Dylan had been playing for a long time, and, indeed, all the songs were extended, more than usual, with a lot of improvisation. Dylan and his band seemed to be really getting into it. A little disappointed that the concert was coming to an end, but it had been a great one. But Dylan kept on playing. After Highway 61, he switched gears to a much slower piece, "Ain't Talking," and I really listened to the lyrics for the first time. I became intrigued and didn't just mindlessly sing along, as is the unfortunate tendency among long-time fans. I made a note to listen to the song again when I got home. So, I thought, he threw a change-up, and that was it. The concert had been going on a long time, and I was thoroughly sated. But no. More. Thunder on the Mountain, and another driving rock song bringing the audience to its feet. It seemed like the typical way he would leave the audience before his encore. But then came the piece de resistance. Ballad of a Thin Man. A hush fell over the entire audience; everyone was entranced as Dylan sang, "Something is happening here, and you don't know what is, do you Mr. Jones?" It seemed to literally come true as Dylan moved center stage in a challenging way. I've only seen this effect once before when Dylan was playing with the Grateful Dead at the Meadowlands. Most of the fans were deadheads, and Dylan was the lead-off act. He sang while it was still light outside and concluded his set at dusk by playing this song. It was one of the most eerie moments I've experienced. Anyway, this was just too much for the audience, and every one rose to their feet as one. Dylan finally ended the concert with this, and, as usual, his timing was impeccable. The crowd went wild, and then we experienced the typical encore with Like a Rolling Stone and All Along the Watchtower. Leaving the concert, I heard peoppeople talking out loud to themselves in amazement.
Bob Links



HIGHLIGHTS
A Hard Rain's A-Gonna Fall
John Brown


BOOTLEG

Bob Dylan
New York City
17 November 2009

Bob Dylan in New York 17.11.2009 - Bootlegcover

2 CDR
JF Recording Recording
Complete show


ARTWORK
Lewis & stewART CD Artwork 2009

 


SETLIST

1. Cat´s In The Well
2. It's All Over Now, Baby Blue
 (Bob on guitar)
 3.Beyond Here Lies Nothin'
4. A Hard Rain's A-Gonna Fall
5. Tweedle Dee & Tweedle Dum
(Bob center stage on harp)
6. John Brown
(Bob center stage on harp)
7. Summer Days
8. Po´ Boy
(Bob center stage on harp)
9. Cold Irons Bound
(Bob center stage on harp)
10. If You Ever Go To Houston
11. Highway 61 Revisited
12. Ain t´´Talkin´
13. Thunder On The Mountain
14. Ballad Of A Thin Man
(Bob center stage on harp)
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





21. NOVEMBER 2008


New York - New York
- The United Palace


REVIEWS
Bob Links



Review by Lara Souter

Just got back from the show. It was better than I expected. Bob came out center stage and began the show with a bang, Gotta Serve Somebody. He was center stage with just his harp and man was he playing the hell out of the harp tonight. Never heard his harp playing this good.
...
Make You Feel My Love is one of my favorite Dylan tunes. His voice was really rough on this one though. I was hoping he would give it a little more care. Still a treat for me to hear. Spirit On The Water was easily the best vocal of the night along with Ain't Talkin'. Bob was much easier to understand on the softer numbers.
...
Bob and the boys came out for an extended encore. Bob actually hopped out from behind the curtain to his keyboard for Like A Rolling Stone, my friend thought it was one of the best parts of the night. Bob walked over and picked up the guitar for Blowin' In The Wind. He really played exceptionally well on it too. He had a blistering solo at the end that had the whole theatre going nuts. Then the band took its bows and exited stage right. 
(Bob Links)


HIGHLIGHTS
Gotta Serve Somebody
Make You Feel My Love
Spirit on the water


BOOTLEG

Bob Dylan
New York City 21 November 2008

Bob Dylan in New York 2008 - Bootlegcover

2 CDR
Soomlos Recording
Complete show



ARTWORK
Bob Dylan CDR Artwork Guide 2008

 


SETLIST

01.
Gotta Serve Somebody
(Bob on harp center stage - no keyboard)

02.
The Times They Are A-Changin' (Bob on harp)
03. The Levee's Gonna Break
04.
Tomorrow Is A Long Time 
(Bob on guitar)

05.
Things Have Changed 
06. Desolation Row
07.
It's Alright, Ma 
(I'm Only Bleeding)
08.
Beyond The Horizon
9.
'Til I Fell In Love With You 
(Bob on harp)

10.
Make You Feel My Love
11.
Honest With Me
12.
Spirit On The Water 
13. Highway 61 Revisited
14.
Ain't Talkin'
15. Thunder On the Mountain
16. Like A Rolling Stone
17. All Along The Watchtower
18. Blowin' In The Wind
(Bob on guitar)


MUSICIANS

Bob Dylan 
 
Harp,
Piano, 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



20. NOVEMBER 2006
New York - New York City Center



REVIEWS

Bob Links




Review by Cary Krosinsky
Nettie Moore - what's to say? another letter perfect version where the crowd hangs on every perfectly delivered line - can't we stop time and just listen to Bob play this forever? At this point, the show already had delivered in spades above and beyond - thinking back to the Town Hall and Carnegie Hall shows, almost 45 years ago, when Bob first took this town by storm, and here he still is before us, a #1 album in his hip pocket, playing these great versions - what else is there to say?

(Bob Links )



HIGHLIGHTS
Don´t think twice,
it´s all right
 Highway 61 revisited
Nettie Moore


BOOTLEG

Bob Dylan
New York 2006

Bob Dylan in New York City 2006 - Bootlegcover

2 CDR
Upload Recording
Complete show


Bob Dylan and his Band
The Big Event

???

2 CD
WLR - 2017
Complete show


Bob Dylan
New York 2006

???

2 CDR
Soomlos Recording
Complete show


ARTWORK
Lewis & stewART CD Artwork 2006

Bob Dylan CDR Artwork Guide 2006



SETLIST


1. The levee`s gonna break
2. Senor
(Tales of Yankee power)
3. Rollin´and tumblin´
4. Boots of Spanish leather
5. High water
(For Charly Patton)
6. When the deals goes down
7. It´a alright, ma
(I´m only bleeding)
8. Don´t think twice,
it´s all right
9. Tangled up in blue 
10. Spirit on the water
11. Highway 61 revisited
12. Nettie Moore
13. Summer days
14. Ain´t talkin´
15. Thunder on the mountain
 16. Like a rolling stone

 


MUSICIANS

Bob Dylan 
 
Harp,
Piano, 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 2006



30. APRIL 2005
New York - Beacon Theatre



REVIEWS

Bob Links




Review by peter Murano
Now for the clincher, well the first one anyway, Lenny Bruce. Oh my God, this was played so so so well by the band and sung even better by Bob. "Lenny Bruce was BAD/he was the brother that you never haaad." A rare live track played with clarity and grace. And people wonder why I see Bob Dylan three times in one week.
 ...
The second clincher was I Shall Be Released. Dead on vocals. Dylan sang the hell out of this. When the opening line was sung I turned to the person behind me and screamed "Oh My God!!!" Probably thought I was nuts but who cares it's Bob Dylan you're allowed to go nuts. Get a boot of this show somehow and listen to this song if you think Dylan can't sing anymore.

(Bob Links)



HIGHLIGHTS
Lenny Bruce
I shall be released
All along the watchtower


BOOTLEG

Bob Dylan
30th April 2005 New York

Bob Dylan in New York 28.04.2005 - Bootlegcover

2 CDR
Soomlos Recording
Complete show


ARTWORK
Bob Dylan CDR Artwork Guide 2005


SETLIST


1.Maggie´s farm 
2. To Ramona
(A Bob mit Harp)
3. Cry a while
(Bob mit Harp)
4. Bye and bye
5. Ballad of Hollis Brown
(A)
6. If you see her,
say hello
(Bob mit Harp)
7. Lenny Bruce
8. Honest with me
9.Lonesome death of Hattie Carroll
(A)
10. High water 
(For Charly Patton) 
11. I shall be released
(Bob mit Harp)
12. Highway 61 revisited
13. Po´boy
14. All along the watchtower


 


MUSICIANS

Bob Dylan 
 
Harp,
Piano, Vocals

Stu Kimball
Guitar

Denny Freeman
Guitar

Donnie Herron
  Violine, Mandoline
Pedal Steel

Elana Fremerman
Violine


Tony Garnier 
 
Bass, Stand up Bass

George Recile
 
Drums



SOME PICS

Bob Dylan Picture
Archive 2005



29. APRIL 2005
New York - Beacon Theatre



REVIEWS

Bob Links




Review by Stone Brown
At first "Watching The River Flow" seemed like a letdown, but there were surprises in store, started by a wake up guitar solo by Kimball, how handed it over to Freeman, who handed it to Herron and then surprise of surprises, a piano solo by Dylan!
 ...
They returned for a terrific "Things Have Changed" with led into a great jam that went on and on with call and response between Dylan and Herron, followed by a not bad at all "Like A Rolling Stone." This was easily the best Dylan show I've seen in years.

(Bob Links)



HIGHLIGHTS
Cry a while
Love sick
Things have changed


BOOTLEG

Bob Dylan
Stuck Inside Of New York 
With The Beacon Blues Again

Bob Dylan in New York 29.04.2005 - Bootlegcover

3 CDR
Rattle & Snake RS 183 / 84/ 85
Complete show


ARTWORK
Bob Dylan CDR Artwork Guide 2005

 


SETLIST


1.To be alone with you 
2. Hazel
3. Cry a while
4. Shelter from the storm
5. Cold irons bound
6. Chimes of  freedom
7. Highway 61 revisited
8. Love sick
9.Watching the river flow
10. Not dark yet 
11. Summer days
12. Mr. Tambourine Man
13. Things have changed
14. All along the watchtower


 


MUSICIANS

Bob Dylan 
 
Harp,
Piano, Vocals

Stu Kimball
Guitar

Denny Freeman
Guitar

Donnie Herron
  Violine, Mandoline
Pedal Steel

Elana Fremerman
Violine


Tony Garnier 
 
Bass, Stand up Bass

George Recile
 
Drums



SOME PICS

Bob Dylan Picture
Archive 2005



28. APRIL 2005
New York - Beacon Theatre



REVIEWS

Bob Links




Review by Toby Richards Carpenter
‘Down Along The Cove’, too, was emblazoned and embellished by the harmonica. Long, hanging notes cut through the honking guitar patterns and settled in the air, crying for mercy from the Lord just as the singer had done so. There was gold and silver everywhere in this show. ‘Blind Willie McTell’ mesmerized, Bob the master of words, keeping most of the lines on a short leash, then occasionally growling like a wounded rottweiler. There was so much space in the music, storm clouds gathering over the chain gangs and rivers, to the sinister pluck of a banjo.

(Bob Links)



HIGHLIGHTS
Down along the cove
I´ll remember you
A Hard rain´s
 a - gonna fall


BOOTLEG

Bob Dylan
28th April 2005 New York

Bob Dylan in New York 28.04.2005 - Bootlegcover

2 CDR
Soomlos Recording
Complete show


ARTWORK
Bob Dylan CDR Artwork Guide 2005


SETLIST

1. Drifter´s escape 
2. Senor
(Tales of Yankee power)
3. Down along the cove
4. Girl of the North country
5. High water
(For Charly Patton)
6. I´ll remember you
7. Tangled up in blue
8. Tough mama
9.Floater
(Too much to ask)
10. Blind Willie McTell 
11. Honest with me
12. A Hard rain´s a - gonna fall
13. Mississippi
14. All along the watchtower

 


MUSICIANS

Bob Dylan 
 
Harp,
Piano, Vocals

Stu Kimball
Guitar

Denny Freeman
Guitar

Donnie Herron
  Violine, Mandoline
Pedal Steel

Elana Fremerman
Violine


Tony Garnier 
 
Bass, Stand up Bass

George Recile
 
Drums



SOME PICS

Bob Dylan Picture
Archive 2005



26. APRIL 2005
New York - Beacon Theatre



REVIEWS

Bob Links




Review by Toby Richards - Carpenter
As with the first Beacon show, Bob was virtually word-perfect last night, and ‘John Brown’ was a showcase for Bob’s articulacy. It was also a sombre news story, an allegory to contemporary America and confused values. The audience was hushed and drawn into this one as the master laid out uneasy truths patiently into the microphone. For some, this is the point of Bob Dylan.

Review by Jim Bishop
If you open your eyes it is 2005 and Bob Dylan sounds like the future and the present combined. Tonight he is plain spooky. On Thursday he will doubtless be something else altogether. 'The last radio is playing.' Tune in if you dare …

(Bob Links)



HIGHLIGHTS
Shooting star 
Masters of war
Don´t think twice,
its all right 


BOOTLEG

Bob Dylan
26th April 2005 New York

Bob Dylan in New York 26. 04. 2005 - Bootlegcover

2 CDR
Soomlos Recording
Complete show


ARTWORK
Bob Dylan CDR Artwork Guide 2005


SETLIST


1. Tombstone blues 
2. Love minus zero/
No limit
3. Lonesome day blues
4. This wheel´s on fire
5. Tweedle dee & tweedle dum
6. John Brown (A)
7. Under the red sky
8. Highway 61 revisited
9. Bye & bye
10. Shooting star 
11. Honest with me
12. Masters of war
13. Don´t think twice,
its all right (A)
14. All along the watchtower

 


MUSICIANS

Bob Dylan 
 
Harp,
Piano, Vocals

Stu Kimball
Guitar

Denny Freeman
Guitar

Donnie Herron
  Violine, Mandoline
Pedal Steel

Elana Fremerman
Violine


Tony Garnier 
 
Bass, Stand up Bass

George Recile
 
Drums



SOME PICS

Bob Dylan Picture
Archive 2005



25. APRIL 2005
New York - Beacon Theatre



REVIEWS

Bob Links
Financial Times

New York Post






Review by Toby Richards - Carpenter
This show was an example of the latter, and pivoted for me on one song: ‘Visions Of Johanna. Extraordinary singing. For the first time I heard the opening phrase, ‘Ain’t it just like the night’, as a question rather than a rhetorical statement, as though he genuinely wasn’t sure: did we want to hear this song? We did, and he continued, massaging the words as he went, taking us on a serene, surreal journey through love triangles and broken promises. He sang all five verses with the care and immediacy of a song newly minted. I’d thought the ‘Little Boy Lost’ verse was gone forever. Nothing is outside Bob’s radar on this tour.

Review by G. V. Hamilton
So what's going on with Elena anyway? Some nasty thing will probably come out, like Dylan had the manager fire her, or paid her too little...just like Merle Haggard's situation (he was okay) where Merle has to leave the building before Dylan comes on, in response to Merle's snide remarks in LA about Dylan's reclusiveness and meanness, etc.
(Bob Links)



HIGHLIGHTS
Visions of Johanna
High water
Standing in the doorway


BOOTLEG

Bob Dylan
25th April 2005 New York

???

2 CDR
Soomlos Recording
Complete show


ARTWORK
Bob Dylan CDR Artwork Guide 2005

 


SETLIST


1. To be alone with you
2. I´ ll be your baby tonight
3. It´s alright, ma
(I´m only bleeding)
4. Visions of Johanna
(A)
5. Cold irons bound
6. Moonlight
7. Stuck inside of mobile
with the Memphis blues again
8. High water
(For Charly Patton)
9. Summer days
10.Standing in the doorway 
11. Highway 61 revisited
12. Desolation row
13.Just like Tom Thumb´s blues
14. All along the watchtower


 


MUSICIANS

Bob Dylan 
 
Harp,
Piano, Vocals

Stu Kimball
Guitar

Denny Freeman
Guitar

Donnie Herron
  Violine, Mandoline
Pedal Steel

Elana Fremerman
Violine


Tony Garnier 
 
Bass, Stand up Bass

George Recile
 
Drums



SOME PICS

Bob Dylan Picture
Archive 2005



07. JUNE 2004
New York - At The Apollo Lincoln Centre Jazz Benefit  


BOOTLEG

Bob Dylan
At the Apollo

Bob Dylan in New York 07. 06. 2004 - Bootlegcover

1 CDR
Scouser DV 680
 


ARTWORK
Dustyoldfairgrounds.com 2004
 
Bob Dylan CDR Artwork Guide 2004


SETLIST

1. It takes a lot to laugh,
it takes a train to cry
(Bob with harp)   
2. Don´t think twice, it´s all right
(Bob with harp) 


MUSICIANS

Bob Dylan 
 
Harmonika,
Piano, Gesang

Larry Campbell
Gitarre, Slide Gitarre
Zitter, Pedal Steel, Geige

Stu Kimball
Gitarre

Tony Garnier 
 
Bass, Stand up Bass

George Recile
 
Schlagzeug

Dylan performed with the
 
Wynton Marsalis Septet
 rather than with his own touring band




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New York City, 7. 6. 04



19. NOVEMBER 2001
New York - Madison Square Garden



REVIEWS

Bob Links




Review by Karen F.
This show was a “happening” an “event”. I’ve been to lots of shows and loved them all, but this one I suspect, will be ingrained as a fond memory for the rest of my life. Thanks to Lloyd, Peter and Jim for their outstanding reviews at RMD. The show is worthy of their praise. People are saying that Philly was a rehearsal of the set list for MSG. I wonder if Uncasville is a rehearsal for Boston, the last bang of the leg. I sure hope so. We decided to get tickets for Portland too, two shows left and I don’t want to miss a thing.
(Bob Links)



HIGHLIGHTS
I ain´t me, babe
Visions of Johanna
High water
Standing in the doorway


BOOTLEG

Bob Dylan
New York 2001

Bob Dylan in New York 19. 11. 2001 - Bootlegcover

2 CDR 
Scouser
Complete show


ARTWORK
Dustyoldfairgrounds.com 2001
 
Bob Dylan CDR Artwork Guide 2001

 


SETLIST

1. Wait for the light to shine (A)
2.  I ain´t me, babe  (A)
3. A hard rain´s a - gonna fall  (A)
4. Searchin´ for a soldier´s grave 
5. Tweedle dee & tweedle dum
6. Just like a woman
7. Just like tom thumb´s blues
(Bob mit Harp)   
 8. Lonesome day blues
9. High water (A ) 
10. Don´t think twice, it´s alright
11. Tangled up in blue (A)
12. John Brown 
13. Summer days
14. Sugar baby
15. Drifter´s escape
16. Rainy day women #12 & 35
17. Things have changed (A)
18.  Like a rolling stone
19. Forever young (A)
20. Honest with me
21. Blowin´ in the wind (A)
22. All along the watchtower

 


MUSICIANS


Bob Dylan 
 
Harp
Guitar, Vocals

Charlie Sexton
Guitar

Larry Campbell
  Violine, Mandoline
Pedal Steel Guitar

Tony Garnier 
 
Bass, Stand up Bass

David Kemper
 
Drums


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08. DECEMBER 1975
New York / New York - Madison Square Garden 


BOOTLEG

Bob Dylan
The Real Bootleg Series Volume 1
Bob Dylan Live 1975
Night of the Hurrucane 1

???

2 CD
Vintage Masters Premium
 VM 007A/ B
The Non - Dylan Set
(Complete until Joe Hill



Bob Dylan
The Real Bootleg Series Volume 1
Bob Dylan Live 1975
Night of the Hurrucane 1

???

2 CD
Real Boot RBT - 01 / A / B
Complete Dylan Set



Bob Dylan
Providence 1975



2 CD
OMBS  /  99
Complete Dylan Set


ARTWORK
Dustyoldfairgrounds.com 1975
 
Bob Dylan CDR Artwork Guide 1975

 


SETLIST


1. Good Love Is Hard To Find
(Bobby Neuwirth/ Guam)
2. Introduction
(Bobby Neuwirth)
3. Sleazy
 (Guam)
4. Hula Hoop
 (T-Bone Burnett)
5. Too Good To Be Wasted
 (Rob Stoner)
6. Laissez Faire
 (Steven Soles)
7. Is There Life On Mars
 (Mick Ronson)
8. Band Introduction
(Bobby Neuwirth)
9. Alabama Dark
(Ronee Blakley/Bobby Neuwirth)
10. Need A New Sun Rising
(Ronnee Blakley)
11. Cindy (When I Get Home) 
(Bobby Neuwirth)
12. Mercedes Benz 
(Bobby Neuwirth)
13. Shadows and Nights
(Joni Mitchell)
14. Coyote
(Joni Mitchell)
15. Edith And The Kingpin
(Joni Mitchell)
16. Don´t Interrupt The Sorrow
 (Joni Mitchell)
17. Muhammed Ali And Others
18. Ramblin´Jack
(Bob Neuwirth)
19. Muleskinner Blues
(Ramblin Jack Elliott)
20. Pretty Boy Floyd
(Ramblin Jack Elliott)
21. Salt Pork, West Virginia
(Ramblin Jack Elliott)
22. I´m A Rich And Ramblin´ Boy
 (Ramblin Jack Elliott)
23. When I Paint My Masterpiece
24. It Ain't Me Babe
26. The Lonesome Death
Of Hattie Carroll
27. Tonight I´ll Be Staying
Here With You
28. It Takes A Lot To Laugh,
It Tahes A Train To Cry
29. Romance In Durango
30. Isis
31. Dark As A Dungeon 
32. Mama You´ve Been On My Mind
33. Never Let Me Go
34. I Dreamed I Saw St. Augustine
35. I Shall Be Released
 (Duet Dylan/Baez)
36. Diamonds And Rust
37. Swing Low Sweet Chariot
38. Prison Trilogy (Billy Rose)
39. Joe Hill
40. Long Black Veil
41. Please Come To Boston
(Joan Baez)
42. 25th Of Last December
(Roberta Flack)
43. Why Don´t You Move In With Me
(Roberta Flack)
44. Eight Miles High
(Roger McGuinn)

45. Chestnut Mare
(Roger McGuinn)
46. Night They Drove Old Dixie Down (Joan Baez)

47. Love Minus Zero / No Limit
48. Simple Twist of Fate
49. Oh Sister
50. Hurricane
51. One More Cup Of Coffee
52. Sara
53. Just Like A Woman
54. Knockin' On Heaven's Door
 (Dylan with Roger McGuinn)
55. This Land Is Your Land
(ensemble)



MUSICIANS

Bob Dylan
 
Vocal, Guitar

Bob Neuwirth
Guitar

T-bone J. Henry Burnett
Guitar

Roger McGuinn
Guitar

Steven Soles 
Guitar

Mick Ronson
Guitar

David Mansfield
Steel Guitar, Violin
Mandolin, Dobro


Rob Stoner
Bass

Howie Wyeth 
Piano, Drums

Luther Rix
Drums, Percussion

Ronee Blakley
Vocal.

Scarlet Rivera
Violine


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Norbert Baro  last update 01. 05. 2005