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Shows in The Woodlands / Texas
02.08.2008  17. 09. 1999



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02. AUGUST 2009
The Woodlands / Texas
- The Amphitheatre At The Wharf 



REVIEWS

Bob Links
Murmur




Review by Murmur

Filing out of the pavilion, I was struck by the idle comments I heard from fellow concert-goers. One middle-aged man, probably in his 50's, was commenting to his female companion that he was taken aback at how different Dylan's songs were compared to what they sounded like on the record (he was referring to IAMB specifically, but then expanded that to include the other older songs. I was genuinely surprised that there is anyone left in the world that did not already know this about Dylan. I just assume by now that members of ancient tribes residing deep in the Amazon forest, untouched and uncorrupted by civilization are yet fully aware that Bob Dylan rearranges his songs about as frequently as you or I might change our socks. I guess I'm wrong.

(The Never Ending Pool )



HIGHLIGHTS
It ainīt me, babe
When the deal goes down


BOOTLEG

Bob Dylan
The Woodlands, Texas
2 August 2009 

Bob Dylan in The Woodlands 2009 - Bootlegcover

2 CDR
Cygnus02 Recording
Complete show


ARTWORK
Lewis & stewART CD Artwork 2009

 


SETLIST

01. Leopard-skin pill-box hat
(Bob on guitar)
02. It ainīt me, babe
(Bob on guitar)
03. Rollinī& tumblinī
04. Tryinīto get to heaven
05. Tweedle dee & tweedl dum
06. If you ever go to Houston
07. Itīs alright, ma
(Iīm only bleeding)
08. When the deal goes down
09. Highway 61 revisited
10. Nettie Moore
11. Summer days
12. Like a rolling stone
13. Jolene
14. All along the watchtower




MUSICIANS


Bob Dylan 
 
Harp, Guitar
Vocals

Stu Kimball
Guitar

Denny Freeman
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. SEPTEMBER 1999
The Woodlands / Texas
- The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion


REVIEW

Bob Links




Review by 
Magnolia
Bob was in great form. The amphitheater was beautiful, definitely properly named. It was nestled in a very wooded area. Really pretty, and the sound was superb, at least for Bob's sets. Anyway, a nice setting. I had seats close up, but I did wander to the back grassy area to take in the view of the whole pavilion. Although I asked quite a few locals who the heck Cynthia Woods was/is, no on seemed to have a clue. I figured maybe she was someone who had done something stellar for the Houston community. But maybe not. One guy guessed that she was just the wife of some guy who had a lot of money. At least she put up a nice venue. Bob just kept playing on this night, came back again and again. I feel sort of guilty when he comes back for the second time, shirt soaked with sweat, yet still we ask him for more. Sorry, Bob, it just doesn't seem possible to get enough. Speaking for myself, I am insatiable. If there was another life, I would like to come back in this time frame and be Larry or Charlie or especially Tony (who is awesome and doesn't get the accolade that he deserves. He is very gifted. A catalyst.) Bob looked very handsome in the black suit, but just dazzled the eyes in the white one, black piping swirls on the outer seam of the pants. Hottie. The set list speaks for itself, and most of it was primo. But It's Alright Ma was as good as I've ever heard it, and I've heard it a bunch.

(Bob Links)


HIGHLIGHTS

Mr. Tambourine man
Itīs alright, ma


BOOTLEG


Bob Dylan
The Woodlands

???

2 CDR
unidentified label
Complete show


ARTWORK
Dustyoldfairgrounds.com 1999 
Bob Dylan CDR Artwork Guide 1999


 


SETLIST


1. I am the man, Thomas (A)
2. Mr. Tambourine man (A)
3. Itīs alright, ma
(Iīm only bleeding) (A)
4. Love minus zero / No limits (A)
5. Tangled up in blue (A)
6. All along the watchtower
7. Just like a woman
(Bob mit Harp)
8. Stuck inside of mobile with 
the Memphis blues again (A)
9. Not dark yet
10. Highway 61 revisited
11. Like a rolling stone
12. Donīt think twice, itīs all right (A)
13. Not fade away
14. Blowin īin the wind (A)
15. Rainy day women # 12 & 35

Bob played on the following songs during Paul Simon's opening set:

1. The Boxer
(Duet mit Paul Simon / Bob on harp) 
2. That īll be the day / The wanderer
 (duet with Paul Simon)
3. Knockinīon Heaven īs door 
(duet with Paul Simon)


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

David Kemper
 Drums 



SOME PICS

Bob Dylan Picture
 Archive 1999