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Bob Dylan 950411 Dublin, Ireland

Date:    Wed, 12 Apr 1995 12:57:29 GMT
From:    Dennis Clarke (eeidce@EEI.ERICSSON.SE)

1.  Crash on the Levee (Dylan sans Guitar)
2.  Where Teardrops Fall
3.  All Along the Watchtower
4.  Just Like a Woman
5.  Tombstone Blues
6.  Ring Them Bells
7.  Mr Tamborine Man (Dylan sans Guitar)
8.  Boots of Spanish Leather (Dylan sans Guitar)
9.  Love Minus Zero/No Limit (Dylan sans Guitar)
10. Highway 61
11. In the Garden
12. Ballad of a Thin Man

13. Like a Rolling Stone (Carole King on Keyboards)

14. Times They are a-changin'
15. Real Real Gone (with Van Morrison)

16. I Shall Be Released (with Carole King, Van and Elvis Costello)
17. Rainy Day Woman (Elvis Costello)

BOB was brilliant. I've seen him 4 times and this was the best.
He played for 1 hour 45 minutes. He was in good form.
Great show, very positive reaction all round.

Date: Tue, 18 Apr 1995 10:53:23 BST From: Colm (oriordan_w@CSVAX1.UCC.IE) Subject: Set list for Dublin, april 11 Set list for Dublin concert april 11 ( i haven't seen it posted, if it has then I'm sorry for wasting bandwidth) 1) Crash on the Levee (Down in the Flood) 2) Where teardrops fall 3) All along the watchtower 4) Just like a woman 5) Tombstone blues 6) Ring them bells 7) Tambourine Man (A) 8) Boots of spanish leather (A) 9) Love minus zero / No-limit (A) 10) Ballad of a thin man 11) In the garden 12) highway61 revisited ------------------------------------------------------------------- 13) The times, they are a changin' (first encore) 14) Like a rolling stone 15) Real Real Gone ( duet with Van Morrison) (2nd encore) 16) Rainy Day Nos ( with Van Morrison) (3rd encore) 17) I shall be released (with Elvis Costello and Van Morrison) (4th) This is all from memory. I could be mixed up with the positions of 10) and 12) and 13) and 14). Carole Kind (sp?) came on stage too for the second electric set on. On the final number Van Morrison played harmonica, while Elvis Costello and Dylan did every second line. All joined in for the chorus. This was only my second Dylan concert so i can't really compare it to many others...but it was way beyond my expectations. The recent reviews of all the concerts were very positive, but this was absolutely amazing, imho. Dylan came on just before 9:15 and played until after 11:00. Highlights for me were Ring them bells, acoustic set, and the final encores. Most the tracks were excellent really, except the opener, where I could hardly hear Dylan above the band. But after that the mix was excellent. All the reviews, that i read in the local papers were extremely positive as well. Elvis Costello played support (45 mins). Most of the tracks were new (to me anyway). The only three i recognised were Indoor Fireworks, Shipbuilding and Tramp the dirt down as the encore.
Date: Thu, 13 Apr 1995 22:38:49 +0000 From: Matthew Hudson (matt@MJHSERVE.DEMON.CO.UK) Subject: Re: what would you say? I was buying some cigarettes at Heathrow Airport, heading for New York. When I was paying, I was looking for change and the cashier started serving the person behind me....when that person began to speak I couldn't believe it! Bob was standing right next to me. I didn't know what to say so I didn't say anything. As it turned out he was on the same flight and he was just sitting there in the departure lounge. Even with time to think, I didn't know what to say!! (Ray Webster) wrote: Dublin 11 April 95 Yes, I saw the show (***** rating) from the first row standing directly opposite Carole King who was playing keyboard stage right for the final encore. She definitely did not fall off the front of the stage, in fact she was escorted off by Dylan who had already taken his bows and was almost off stage when he appeared to remember that he had left her behind. Bob came back, put his arm around Carole's shoulders and they walked off together. Although I didn't see it I heard later from a crew member that she had stumbled off the back of the stage, which was just as high as the front, causing a serious injury to her arm. Ray Andreas Wohlfeld ( writes:  > >> Probably not Moe - since she fell off the back of the stage after the show >> and had to be taken to the local hospital with a suspected fractured arm. >> Bob is reported to have visited her there the next day. >> >> Ray >> > >Funnily enough, the New Musical Express reported sometime in early May, >that King fell off stage DURING the show, when Dylan tried to throw his >arms around her in a show of affection... Is there any thruth to this >story. Did anyone on rmd see the Dublin gig in person????
Dates 1995