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27. JUNE 2007

Uncasville / Connecticut - Mohegan Sun Casino Arena



REVIEWS

Bob Links


Review by Willy Gissen

He began to do it with a beautiful rendition of "Ramona," a melodic piece not often played at concerts. But last night it came a little later than usual, when he played "Just Like a Woman." Dylan delayed the key refrain, "just like a woman," and sang it a syncopated half-beat late. But meanwhile, the audience sang it early, where it should normally be. By the end of the song, the entire audience was participating, and Dylan was nodding us along, playing conductor. So, we'd all sing "just like a woman," and while we were singing it, Dylan came in a few beats late. It was the best audience participation I've ever seen at a Dylan concert.??
(Bob Links)



HIGHLIGHTS

To Ramona
Blowin´in the wind


BOOTLEG


Bob Dylan

Wanted !!!

Complete show


ARTWORK
Lewis & stewART CD Artwork 2007


SETLIST


1. Cat´s in the well
(Bob on electric guitar)
2. Don´t think twice, its all right
(Bob on electric guitar)
3. Just like tom Thumb´s blues
(Bob on electric guitar)
4. It´s all right, ma
(I´m only bleeding)
(Bob on electric guitar)
5. To Ramona
(Bob on electric guitar)
6. Rollin´and tumblin´
7. Moonlight
8. ´Til I fell in love with you
9. Just like a woman
10. Highway 61 revisited
11. Ballad of a thin man
12. Stuck inside of Mobile
with the Memphis blues again
13. Spirit on the water
14. Summer days
15. Blowin´ in the wind 
 


MUSICIANS

Bob Dylan 
 
Harp, Guitar
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 2007


 




05. JUNE 2004
Uncasville / Connecticut - Mohegan Sun Casino Arena



REVIEWS

Bob Links


Review by Bob Meader

I wish that Bob would have some background vocals, he is the only singer 
now, and his voice is shot. This is only the second show, but his voice is a
mere shadow of what it once was. He must have the WORST singing voice in
 professional music! Great songs and a great band make up for Bob's voice. 
That's why we keep coming back


Review by Thad Williamson
There were a couple of a lyrical innovations during Tell Me That Isn't True 
(during the bridge Bob sang "it doesn't seem....it doesn't seem right", or 
something like that) and Ring Them Bells (Bob replaced the last line with 
"you can't run and you can't hide"). I also liked that the band perfectly 
duplicated the Nashville Skyline ending to "Tell Me."

(Boblinks)



HIGHLIGHTS

Ring them bells
It ain´t me, babe
Ballad of Hollis Brown
Every grain of sand


BOOTLEG


Bob Dylan
Summer Tour 2004
Mohegan Sun Arena Uncasville 2004

Bob Dylan in Uncasville 2007 - Bootlegcover


2 CDR
no label
Complete show



ARTWORK
Dustyoldfairgrounds.com 2004  
The Bob Dylan CDR Artwork Guide 2004


SETLIST


1. Maggie´s farm 
2. Tell me that it isn´t true
3. Lonesome day blues 
4. Ring them blues
5. Things have changed
6. Girl of the North country
7. Tweedle dee & tweedle dum
8. It ain´t me, babe
09. Ballad of a thin man
10. Highway 61 Revisited
11. Ballad of Hollis Brown
12. Honest with me 
13. Every grain of sand
14. Summer days
15. Cat´s in the well
16. Like a rolling stone
17. All along the watchtower



MUSICIANS

Bob Dylan 

 Piano, Harp, Vocals

Stu Kimball
Guitar, Violine

Larry Campbell
  Guitar, Mandoline
Pedal Steel & Electric
Slide Guitar

Tony Garnier 
 
Bass, Stand up Bass

George Recile
 
Drums


SOME PICS

Dylan Archive 
Gallery 2004




20. NOVEMBER 2001
Uncasville / Connecticut - Mohegan Sun Casino Arena



REVIEWS

Bob Links


Review by Willy Gissen

He seemed a little worn out from his three-hour extravaganza at the Garden. He danced less and wasn’t as animated or as long in his musical improvisations. But the show was enjoyable in the contrast. The music was much more hillbilly and less strident. Some of the songs included Ramona and Country Pie, for example. As an aside, it was also interesting to hear him play “Mississippi,” one of my favorite songs on the new album. I also enjoyed hearing for the first time, “This World Can’t Stand Long,” which bemoaned all the hate and the sin in the world. And, as usual, Dylan drove home the encore. And one thing was really special. During his final curtain call, I felt like Dylan was looking directly at me, and I started to raise my hand in a half-wave. Maybe, I was just exhausted, but I thought I saw him return my hello in a half-wave back. Another item to add to my list of special “Dylan” moments. I am going to one more Dylan concert this Saturday at the Fleetcenter in Boston, the last event on the tour, with a friend from college. I can’t wait to see what a difference that day will make.

(Boblinks)



HIGHLIGHTS

Tombstone blues
Mr. Tambourine Man
Visions of Johanna


BOOTLEG


Bob Dylan
Uncasville 2001

Bob Dylan in Uncasville 2001 - Bootlegcover

2 CDR
no label
Complete show  


ARTWORK
Dustyoldfairgrounds.com 2001  
The Bob Dylan CDR Artwork Guide 2001 


SETLIST


1. Humming bird (A)
2. To Ramona 
(A Bob on harp) 
3. Desolation row (A)
4. This world can´t stand long (A) 
5. Tombstone blues
6. I threw it all away
7. Watching the river flow
8. Cry a while
9. Mr. Tambourine Man
(A bob on harp)
10. Visions of Johanna (A)
11. Don´t think twice, it´s all right
12. Summer days
13. Mississippi
14. The wicked messenger
15. Highway 61 revisited
16. Country pie
17. Like a rolling stone
18. If dog run free
19. Honest with me
20. Blowin´in the wind (A)
21. All along the watchtower


MUSICIANS

Bob Dylan 
 
Harp,
Guitar, Vocals

Charlie Sexton
Guitar

Larry Campbell
  Pedal Steel, Mandoline
Dobro, Guitar


Tony Garnier 
 
Bass, Stand up Bass

David Kemper
 
Drums



SOME PICS

Dylan Archive 
Gallery 2001