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Bob Dylan 951007 Charleston, South Carolina - King Street Palace

Subject: Oct. 7, 1995 Charleston, SC - Setlist
Date: Sun, 08 Oct 1995 09:38:28 GMT
From: (Bill Pagel)

October 7, 1995 Charleston, South Carolina - King Street Palace

1.   Drifter's Escape
2.   Tonight I'll Be Staying Here With You
3.   All Along The Watchtower
4.   Tears Of Rage
5.   Pledging My Time
6.   Silvio
7.   Mr. Tambourine Man          (acoustic)
8.   Masters Of War                  (acoustic)
9.   Love Minus Zero/No Limit  (acoustic)
10. Stuck Inside Of Mobile With The Memphis Blues Again
11. I & I
12. Seeing The Real You At Last

13. Alabama Getaway
14. One Too Many Mornings     (acoustic)
15. Rainy Day Women Nos. 12 & 35

(thanks to Christine Consolvo for the preceding information)

The Cue Sheet from this show will be posted to the
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Bill Pagel

Subject: Charleston, SC 10/7/95 Review Date: 8 Oct 1995 13:22:44 GMT From: Jim Brown ( The King Street Palace isn't the nicest place in the world to have a concert, but the sound from where we were sitting (8th row center) was just fine. The place looks like a converted gymnasium, so the effect was of having Bob Dylan play at your prom--except the audience was mostly chaperones, not partiers. We (wife Michelle, friends Mitch and Don, and me) were most impressed by Dylan's acoustic playing during Tambourine Man, Masters of War, and Love Minus Zero during the main set, and One Too Many Mornings in the encore (the last was particularly sublime). Hearing Masters of War practically within the shadow of the Citadel was a particularly ironic twist. Dylan's electric work was at its height when trading licks the lead guitarist, but when the band would back off and let Bob play some lead, he backed off too. It doesn't seem like he's very confident with it, though he's certainly competent when he does decide to play it. We were most disappointed by the relative absence of harp playing; he played during Tambourine Man, and played well, but that was it. He picked one up during the encore and checked to see what key it was, but he never actually played it. Bob seemed to be a lot more personable than in the past, especially during the encores. He shook hands with several members of the audience, high-fived several others, and gave hugs to the several young women who jumped onto the stage between encores. To us Deadheads, "Alabama Getaway" was a bittersweet treat. Finally, I have this to say to all you concertgoers: IT'S A ROCK AND ROLL SHOW! You might have to stand up. You might have to dance. If you'd rather be watching television, go home and watch television. If you're going to see Dylan because you want to join hands with everyone and sing along with "Blowin' in the Wind, maybe you should wait for Peter, Paul and Mary to come to your town. Take it easy, but take it ...
Subject: Charleston Oct 7 Date: Mon, 9 Oct 1995 00:07:02 -0400 From: Schorr Johnson (schorr@EMAIL.UNC.EDU) Dylan's show at the King Street Palace in Charleston was a blast. The only other show I've seen was RFK in DC opening for the Dead on June 25 and this place was much more intimate than a 60,000 seat football stadium. It doesn't get much better than his extraordinary version of "Mr. Tambourine Man," which brought down the house. I knew that something was right in the world when I saw an elderly woman screaming the chorus to "Rainy Day Women" along with everyone else. It was well worth the 6 hour drive... "...Have a picnic in my bathroom..." Bob
Dates 1995