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PostPosted: Thu November 22nd, 2018, 21:27 GMT 

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Hi, anyone knows something about a list of soundchecks by Bobby and his band? Songs that were not played regularly on those years or, even, eras.

Here's some songs:

1991 - "WIGWAM" (?, Europe)
1991 - "DIRTY WORLD" (Germany)

1996 - "THE TWO SOLDIERS" (Italy; written on the setlist)

1997 - "THAT LUCKY OLD SUN" (Bournemouth)

1999 - "ANGELINA" (Ithaca)

2000 - "WE BETTER TALK THIS OVER" (Hannover)
2000 - "ANGELINA" (South Kingston)
2000 - "I & I" (West Lafayette)


2001 - "BORN IN TIME" (Stirling Castle)

2005 - "WAITING FOR YOU" (Gersenkirchen)

2008 - "I WANT YOU" (?, Europe)
2008 - "CONFIDENTIAL TO ME" (Jerez)
2008 - "BYE AND BYE" (Cincinatti)

2011 - "TOUGH MAMA" (Location unknown)
2011 - "IT TAKES A LOT TO LAUGH, IT TAKES A TRAIN TO CRY" (Hamburg; Sexton on vocals)

2012 - "IF YOU EVER GO TO HOUSTON" (Bilbao)

2014 - "JOLENE" (?, Europe)

2015 - "BLIND WILLIE MCTELL" (Locarno)
2015 - "AIN'T TALKIN'" (Locarno)

2017 - "MISSISSIPI" (Fall tour; written on the setlist)


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PostPosted: Sat November 24th, 2018, 07:05 GMT 

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Great question and curation here on this thread!

As a follow-up, does anyone know of he/his people record these? Dylan is completely aware of his artistry as a commodity (not to mention Sony!), and I can’t imagine that he/his people wouldn’t be documenting some of these moments for, e.g., future bootlegs or releases after he’s stopped performing. I can’t imagine he wouldn’t have a plan to keep the “neverending” performances endless :)


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PostPosted: Sat November 24th, 2018, 15:49 GMT 

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At the Ahoy in Rotterdam in 1987 he sounchecked 'Little Red Rooster' & 'Queen Jane Approximately'...


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PostPosted: Sat November 24th, 2018, 17:25 GMT 

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I can confirm 2011 - "IT TAKES A LOT TO LAUGH, IT TAKES A TRAIN TO CRY" (Hamburg; Sexton on vocals)

In Hannover 2000 they played Wicked Messenger during the soundcheck as well (no vocals).

2015 - "DEEP ELLEM BLUES" (Mainz, no vocals, Bob on piano) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DdRjCfWYlck
2015 - "AIN'T TALKING" (Mainz, without Bob) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C7D73AN9P1s
2015 - "BLIND WILLIE MC TELL" (Mainz, without Bob) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eeEyOmGehaE
2015 - "MAKE YOU FEEL MY LOVE" (Mainz, without Bob) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JjN3w9Frrds

The funny thing is that during the concert they played a song which is not played regularly at all: Willie Nelson's "Sad Songs And Waltzes" (and a great version of "To Ramona"). https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SH_PDbftL44


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PostPosted: Sat November 24th, 2018, 23:05 GMT 
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With my eyes, and especially with my ears, I witnessed these sound checks in outdoor locations. Here's what I remember:

Parma 2010:
Tangled Up In Blue
Beyond Here Lies Nothin'

Lucca 2015:
Long And Wasted Years
Leopard-Skin Pill-Box Hat
Pay In Blood
Love Sick

Verona 2018:
Ballad Of A Thin Man
Earley Roman Kings
Duquesne Whistle
Unknown Song
Pay In Blood
Simple Twist Of Fate
Highway 61 Revisited


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PostPosted: Sun November 25th, 2018, 01:28 GMT 
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I thought Bob didn't go to sound checks? Does he go or is this primarily what the band is playing?


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PostPosted: Sun November 25th, 2018, 09:10 GMT 

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Sweetheart68 wrote:
I thought Bob didn't go to sound checks? Does he go or is this primarily what the band is playing?


He usually does the soundcheck, but usually not the whole one and he never checks the mic which sometimes creates problems during the first songs.


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PostPosted: Sun November 25th, 2018, 09:16 GMT 

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Matt_77 wrote:
Hi, anyone knows something about a list of soundchecks by Bobby and his band? Songs that were not played regularly on those years or, even, eras.

Here's some songs:

1991 - "WIGWAM" (?, Europe)
1991 - "DIRTY WORLD" (Germany)

1996 - "THE TWO SOLDIERS" (Italy; written on the setlist)

1997 - "THAT LUCKY OLD SUN" (Bournemouth)

1999 - "ANGELINA" (Ithaca)

2000 - "WE BETTER TALK THIS OVER" (Hannover)
2000 - "ANGELINA" (South Kingston)
2000 - "I & I" (West Lafayette)


2001 - "BORN IN TIME" (Stirling Castle)

2005 - "WAITING FOR YOU" (Gersenkirchen)

2008 - "I WANT YOU" (?, Europe)
2008 - "CONFIDENTIAL TO ME" (Jerez)
2008 - "BYE AND BYE" (Cincinatti)

2011 - "TOUGH MAMA" (Location unknown)
2011 - "IT TAKES A LOT TO LAUGH, IT TAKES A TRAIN TO CRY" (Hamburg; Sexton on vocals)

2012 - "IF YOU EVER GO TO HOUSTON" (Bilbao)

2014 - "JOLENE" (?, Europe)

2015 - "BLIND WILLIE MCTELL" (Locarno)
2015 - "AIN'T TALKIN'" (Locarno)

2017 - "MISSISSIPI" (Fall tour; written on the setlist)


BTW: One has to distinguish between songs "written on the setlist" and songs played during the "soundcheck". "written on the setlist" does not mean that they did the song during the "soundcheck", more often it is the other way round: what is "written on the setlist" is actually NOT played during the "soundcheck", while songs that were played during the "soundcheck" more likely appear after months in the concert (or even more likely: never) -- at least the songs Dylan takes part in.


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PostPosted: Sun November 25th, 2018, 12:03 GMT 
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Helsingborg 2014 - Tryin' To Get To Heaven (And they later played it in Brisbane at the small theatre, couple months later I believe).

This was before he added it as a regular.


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PostPosted: Sun November 25th, 2018, 13:30 GMT 

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expecting36 wrote:
Sweetheart68 wrote:
I thought Bob didn't go to sound checks? Does he go or is this primarily what the band is playing?


He usually does the soundcheck, but usually not the whole one and he never checks the mic which sometimes creates problems during the first songs.


Certainly at lucca 2 or 3 years back he was visible in his hoodie at the piano throughout the entire soundcheck. There were no vocals though.


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PostPosted: Wed November 28th, 2018, 00:24 GMT 
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PostPosted: Wed November 28th, 2018, 08:47 GMT 

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I believe they soundchecked, without vocals, "All I Really Want To Do" in 1998 in Australia. Also, 1997, I believe, "Waterd Down Love" made it on a written setlist or two, never played though. "Restless Farewell" also made it to the setlist a couple of times in 1998, although it was never performed on the NET outside direct tributes to Frank Sinatra (once on his birthday and once after he died)

Bill Pagel has some soundcheck info on his site from 1995/96, I think. One I can remember is "Nothing Was Delivered" (never played in public). Also "Sub. Homesick Blues" (only played years later with a different band line up). In the John Jackson days they also did a number of Grateful Dead songs that never made it to the set, but that was probably just the band fooling around without Dylan.


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PostPosted: Mon January 14th, 2019, 18:50 GMT 

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Update:

1991 - "WIGWAM" (?, Europe)
1991 - "DIRTY WORLD" (Germany)

1995 - "BROWNSVILLE GIRL" (June 24)
1995 - "LICENSE TO KILL" (location unknown)
1995 - "TWENTY FLIGHT ROCK" (location unknown)

1996 - "NOTHING WAS DELIVERED" (Location Unknown)
1996 - "THE TWO SOLDIERS" (Italy; written on the setlist)

1997 - "THAT LUCKY OLD SUN" (Bournemouth)
1997 - "WITH GOD ON OUR SIDE" (location uknown)
1997 - "HIGHLANDS" (Starkville)

1998 - "ALL I REALLY WANT TO DO" (Australia)
1998 - "WATERED DOWN LOVE" (Location unknown; written on the setlist)
1998 - "RESTLESS FAREWELL" (Location unknown; written on the setlist)

1999 - "ANGELINA" (Ithaca)

2000 - "WE BETTER TALK THIS OVER" (Hannover)
2000 - "ANGELINA" (South Kingston)
2000 - "I & I" (West Lafayette)
2000 - "Po' Boy" (location unknown; solo Bob)

2001 - "BORN IN TIME" (Stirling Castle)

2002 - "KEY TO THE HIGHWAY" (Bob on keyboard; Lakeland early 2002)
2002 - "AMAZING GRACE" (?, Europe)

2005 - "WAITING FOR YOU" (Gersenkirchen)

2008 - "I WANT YOU" (?, Europe)
2008 - "CONFIDENTIAL TO ME" (Jerez)
2008 - "BYE AND BYE" (Cincinatti)

2011 - "TOUGH MAMA" (Location unknown)
2011 - "IT TAKES A LOT TO LAUGH, IT TAKES A TRAIN TO CRY" (Hamburg; Sexton on vocals)

2012 - "IF YOU EVER GO TO HOUSTON" (Bilbao)
2012 - "TIN ANGEL" (Fall 2012)
2012 - "DUQUESNE WHISTLE" (Fall 2012)
2012 - "BOOTS OF SPANISH LEATHER" (Fall 2012)

2013 - "SHELTER FROM THE STORM" (Paris)
2013 - "GIRL FROM THE NORTH COUNTRY" (Paris)

2014 - "JOLENE" (?, Europe)
2014 - "TRYIN' TO GET TO HEAVEN" (Helsinborg)

2015 - "BLIND WILLIE MCTELL" (Locarno)
2015 - "AIN'T TALKIN'" (Locarno)
2015 - "BIG RIVER" (Rome)
2015 - "LEOPARD SKIN PILL-BOX HAT" (Lucca)
2015 - "DEEP ELLEM BLUES" (Mainz)
2015 - "MAKE YOU FEEL MY LOVE" (Mainz)

2017 - "MISSISSIPPI" (Fall tour; written on the setlist)

Thanks to Olof, to Bill and all the users who wrote on this thread.


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PostPosted: Mon January 14th, 2019, 19:09 GMT 

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Matt_77 wrote:
1997 - "THAT LUCKY OLD SUN" (Bournemouth)
1997 - "WITH GOD ON OUR SIDE" (location uknown)


- With God On Our Side was soundchecked at Bologna, Italy on 26 September 1997 (rehearsals for the 23rd World Eucharistic Congress)

- the soundcheck at Bournemouth (Oct 1st 1997) also featured:
1. It's Too Late (Chuck Willis)
2. Willie And The Hand Jive (Johnny Otis)
3. That Lucky Old Sun (Haven Gillespie/Beasley Smoth)
4. Matchbox (Carl Perkins)
5. Stone Walls And Steel Bars (Ray Daniel Pennington, Roy E. Marcum)
6. Roving Gambler (trad.)
7. How Long (Leroy Carr)

see: http://www.bjorner.com/DSN18450%20-%201 ... 20Tour.pdf

(only Stone Walls and Roving Gambler have been performed in 1997 in concert)


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PostPosted: Mon January 14th, 2019, 20:26 GMT 

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Not trying to derail this thead, as it is about soundchecks, not never performed songs that made it to the cuesheet, but while looking for evidence for the songs I mentioned above, I also found these - assuming most if not all were also soundchecked / rehearsed at some point.

http://boblinks.com/033197cs.gif "John Hardy" Newfoundland March 31, 1997

http://boblinks.com/121595cs.gif "Restless Farewell" Philadelphia December 15, 1995 (Not 1998, as mentioned above, my bad!)

http://boblinks.com/051096cs.gif "Watered Down Love" Erie, PA May 10, 1996 (not 1997, as mentioned above)

http://boblinks.com/021399cs.gif "Baby We're Really In Love" Normal, IL Feb. 13, 1999 (Hank Williams? Later in the tour he played his "Honky Tonkin' Blues")

http://boblinks.com/101095cs.gif "Blue Ridge (sic) Boston Boy" Augusta, Oct 10, 1995 (maybe "Two Soldiers", last performed Oct 9, 1994)

http://boblinks.com/121095cs.gif "Matchbox" Boston, Dec 10,1995 (First sung by Dylan three years later in Australia, only ever performance)

http://boblinks.com/071096cs.gif "Matchbox" again, a year later Tambach, July 10,1996

http://boblinks.com/120997cs.gif "River At Midnight" Boston Dec 9,1997 (Probably "The Lonesome River"?)

http://boblinks.com/100397cs.gif "Standing In The Doorway" Cardiff Oct 3, 1997 (first played live three years later)

http://boblinks.com/cuesheet.html "Death Letter Blues" (by Son House?) Montreal, Aug 5, 1997 (also the first "Blind Willie" that night, I believe)

http://boblinks.com/092395cs.gif "Round & Round" (the Chuck Berry song?) and "Folsom Prison" (Last played two year before and not again until several years later) Ft. lauderdale, Sept 23, 1995

http://boblinks.com/071198cs.gif "One More Cup Of Coffee", Escalarre June 11, 1998 (not played between 1993 and 2009!)

http://boblinks.com/013099cs.gif "Free At Last" (by Joan Baez?) & "Louisiana" (too many options, maybe Randy Newman or Loretta Lynn/Conway Twitty?) Tampa, Jan 30,1999


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PostPosted: Mon January 14th, 2019, 20:27 GMT 
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Matt_77 wrote:
2012 - "TIN ANGEL" (Fall 2012)

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PostPosted: Tue January 15th, 2019, 00:09 GMT 
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These Mainz 2015 sound-checks came to mind. None rare. But fun.

This one has Bob in a hoodie & gets cut off...
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=DdRjCfWYlck
Deep Elem?


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More Mainz soundchecks, without Bob:
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=eeEyOmGehaE
Blind Willie McTell

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=C7D73AN9P1s
Ain’t Talkin’

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=JjN3w9Frrds
Make You Feel

Bonus show clip:
- the end of It’s a-Hard Rain’s a-Gonna Fall:
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=1IrvHiInth8


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The Mainz Post (Blind Willie without Bob) at the first 5 seconds:

Is that our man who drives away with the bike?


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PostPosted: Tue January 15th, 2019, 12:20 GMT 
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huzelbrecht wrote:
The Mainz Post (Blind Willie without Bob) at the first 5 seconds:

Is that our man who drives away with the bike?

GOOD eyes, huzelbrecht!


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Handsomeinthefog wrote:
Not trying to derail this thead, as it is about soundchecks, not never performed songs that made it to the cuesheet, but while looking for evidence for the songs I mentioned above, I also found these - assuming most if not all were also soundchecked / rehearsed at some point.

http://boblinks.com/033197cs.gif "John Hardy" Newfoundland March 31, 1997

http://boblinks.com/121595cs.gif "Restless Farewell" Philadelphia December 15, 1995 (Not 1998, as mentioned above, my bad!)

http://boblinks.com/051096cs.gif "Watered Down Love" Erie, PA May 10, 1996 (not 1997, as mentioned above)

http://boblinks.com/021399cs.gif "Baby We're Really In Love" Normal, IL Feb. 13, 1999 (Hank Williams? Later in the tour he played his "Honky Tonkin' Blues")

http://boblinks.com/101095cs.gif "Blue Ridge (sic) Boston Boy" Augusta, Oct 10, 1995 (maybe "Two Soldiers", last performed Oct 9, 1994)

http://boblinks.com/121095cs.gif "Matchbox" Boston, Dec 10,1995 (First sung by Dylan three years later in Australia, only ever performance)

http://boblinks.com/071096cs.gif "Matchbox" again, a year later Tambach, July 10,1996

http://boblinks.com/120997cs.gif "River At Midnight" Boston Dec 9,1997 (Probably "The Lonesome River"?)

http://boblinks.com/100397cs.gif "Standing In The Doorway" Cardiff Oct 3, 1997 (first played live three years later)

http://boblinks.com/cuesheet.html "Death Letter Blues" (by Son House?) Montreal, Aug 5, 1997 (also the first "Blind Willie" that night, I believe)

http://boblinks.com/092395cs.gif "Round & Round" (the Chuck Berry song?) and "Folsom Prison" (Last played two year before and not again until several years later) Ft. lauderdale, Sept 23, 1995

http://boblinks.com/071198cs.gif "One More Cup Of Coffee", Escalarre June 11, 1998 (not played between 1993 and 2009!)

http://boblinks.com/013099cs.gif "Free At Last" (by Joan Baez?) & "Louisiana" (too many options, maybe Randy Newman or Loretta Lynn/Conway Twitty?) Tampa, Jan 30,1999


Ohhh!!!! Wow!!!!!

Thank you, Handsomeinthefog!!!!!!

Real real thanks! This is amazing! I'll add it to my next update.

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I've found this on a review in 2002: "Emotionally Yours" acoustic with Larry on fiddle!

Also, "The white dove" was soundchecked in late 1995, acoustic too.

Edit: "Blind Willie McTell" was soundchecked in Macon in 2018. "Pay In Blood" in 2009/2010. "Shooting Star" 2014. "Waiting for you" with Bob on piano, without vocals in Verona 2018.


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PostPosted: Thu January 17th, 2019, 19:20 GMT 

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huzelbrecht wrote:
The Mainz Post (Blind Willie without Bob) at the first 5 seconds:

Is that our man who drives away with the bike?


Not quite sure.... https://starcasm.net/wp-content/uploads ... pg?ggnoads


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PostPosted: Thu January 17th, 2019, 21:17 GMT 

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Handsomeinthefog wrote:
Not trying to derail this thead, as it is about soundchecks, not never performed songs that made it to the cuesheet, but while looking for evidence for the songs I mentioned above, I also found these - assuming most if not all were also soundchecked / rehearsed at some point.

http://boblinks.com/033197cs.gif "John Hardy" Newfoundland March 31, 1997

http://boblinks.com/121595cs.gif "Restless Farewell" Philadelphia December 15, 1995 (Not 1998, as mentioned above, my bad!)

http://boblinks.com/051096cs.gif "Watered Down Love" Erie, PA May 10, 1996 (not 1997, as mentioned above)

http://boblinks.com/021399cs.gif "Baby We're Really In Love" Normal, IL Feb. 13, 1999 (Hank Williams? Later in the tour he played his "Honky Tonkin' Blues")

http://boblinks.com/101095cs.gif "Blue Ridge (sic) Boston Boy" Augusta, Oct 10, 1995 (maybe "Two Soldiers", last performed Oct 9, 1994)

http://boblinks.com/121095cs.gif "Matchbox" Boston, Dec 10,1995 (First sung by Dylan three years later in Australia, only ever performance)

http://boblinks.com/071096cs.gif "Matchbox" again, a year later Tambach, July 10,1996

http://boblinks.com/120997cs.gif "River At Midnight" Boston Dec 9,1997 (Probably "The Lonesome River"?)

http://boblinks.com/100397cs.gif "Standing In The Doorway" Cardiff Oct 3, 1997 (first played live three years later)

http://boblinks.com/cuesheet.html "Death Letter Blues" (by Son House?) Montreal, Aug 5, 1997 (also the first "Blind Willie" that night, I believe)

http://boblinks.com/092395cs.gif "Round & Round" (the Chuck Berry song?) and "Folsom Prison" (Last played two year before and not again until several years later) Ft. lauderdale, Sept 23, 1995

http://boblinks.com/071198cs.gif "One More Cup Of Coffee", Escalarre June 11, 1998 (not played between 1993 and 2009!)

http://boblinks.com/013099cs.gif "Free At Last" (by Joan Baez?) & "Louisiana" (too many options, maybe Randy Newman or Loretta Lynn/Conway Twitty?) Tampa, Jan 30,1999


Blue Ridge is I've Been All Around This World I guess. Bob played it in the early days of the NET and Grateful Dead played it, too. The First line of the song is "Up on the Blue Ridge Mountain, there I'll take my stand". Boston Boy is Two Soldier for me, too.

Restless Farewell was played in Los Angeles, May 21, 1998 live in concert.

Matchbox Blues by Carl Perkins was played in Jackson, November 10, 1994. But Dylan did not sing it, just Carl. There was a video up on youtube once.

Just my thoughts. But great list. Wonder how long LARS or Takes A Train was on the setlist in the summer until it was played at the last show.


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Blue Ridge is I've Been All Around This World I guess. Bob played it in the early days of the NET and Grateful Dead played it, too. The First line of the song is "Up on the Blue Ridge Mountain, there I'll take my stand". Boston Boy is Two Soldier for me, too.

Restless Farewell was played in Los Angeles, May 21, 1998 live in concert.

Matchbox Blues by Carl Perkins was played in Jackson, November 10, 1994. But Dylan did not sing it, just Carl. There was a video up on youtube once.

Just my thoughts. But great list. Wonder how long LARS or Takes A Train was on the setlist in the summer until it was played at the last show.


Thanks for your input. Funnily enough, I believed "Blue Ridge" And "Boston Boy" to be one song (as in: Misspelled "Blue-Eyed Boston Boy"), but I guess you are right and they are two seperate songs.

I listed the "Restless farewell", because the only times it's been played after 1964 were both Frank Sinatra related, once on his birthday, once on the day of his funeral. The one I mentioned would have been the only performances not dierctly related to Sinatra.

As for "Matchbox" - I know. That's why I said "*Sung* by Dylan". ;-)


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PostPosted: Fri January 18th, 2019, 13:59 GMT 

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Handsomeinthefog wrote:
EternalCircle1 wrote:
Blue Ridge is I've Been All Around This World I guess. Bob played it in the early days of the NET and Grateful Dead played it, too. The First line of the song is "Up on the Blue Ridge Mountain, there I'll take my stand". Boston Boy is Two Soldier for me, too.

Restless Farewell was played in Los Angeles, May 21, 1998 live in concert.

Matchbox Blues by Carl Perkins was played in Jackson, November 10, 1994. But Dylan did not sing it, just Carl. There was a video up on youtube once.

Just my thoughts. But great list. Wonder how long LARS or Takes A Train was on the setlist in the summer until it was played at the last show.


Thanks for your input. Funnily enough, I believed "Blue Ridge" And "Boston Boy" to be one song (as in: Misspelled "Blue-Eyed Boston Boy"), but I guess you are right and they are two seperate songs.

I listed the "Restless farewell", because the only times it's been played after 1964 were both Frank Sinatra related, once on his birthday, once on the day of his funeral. The one I mentioned would have been the only performances not dierctly related to Sinatra.

As for "Matchbox" - I know. That's why I said "*Sung* by Dylan". ;-)


Ah, you made it more precise :wink: :wink:


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PostPosted: Fri January 25th, 2019, 02:20 GMT 
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I arrived early enough to see the soundcheck at Buffalo, N.Y., on May 11, 1996. The band did Stealin' with no Bob, John Jackson on on vocals, and mostly generic blues instrumentals.


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