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Bob Dylan 951027 St. Louis, MO

Date:         Sat, 28 Oct 1995 08:35:28 GMT
Subject:      10/27/95 St. Louis Setlist

This was the best show I've ever seen. I'll have more to say later.  Here's
the setlist:

October 27, 1995
St. Louis, Missouri
The American Theater

 1. Down In The Flood (Crash On The Levee)
 2. Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues
 3. All Along The Watchtower
 4. It Takes A Lot To Laugh, It Takes A Train To Cry
 5. Positively 4th Street
 6. Silvio
 7. Mr. Tambourine Man (acoustic)
 8. Boots Of Spanish Leather (acoustic)
 9. Don't Think Twice, It's Alright (acoustic)
10. Maggie's Farm
11. She Belong's To Me
12. Obviously 5 Believers
13. Alabama Getaway
14. The Times They Are A-Changin'
15. Rainy Day Women #12 & 35

Bill got the cue sheet and he'll probably put it on the boblinks page soon.
Make sure you look at it because there are some interesting songs that were
considered tonight like Two Soldiers to recall one.


Tim Davis

Date: Sat, 28 Oct 1995 04:01:08 GMT From: Sonia Gilliam (bobfans@IX.NETCOM.COM) Subject: Setlist 10/27/95 St Louis. MO The American Theater. St Louis, MO 10/27/95 Down In The Flood Just Like Tom Thumbs Blues All Along The Watchtower Positively 4th Street It Takes A Lot To Laugh. It Takes A Train To Cry Silvio Mr. Tambourine Man (accoustic) Boots Of Spanish Leather (accoustic) Don't Think Twice, It's All Right (accoustic) Maggies Farm She Belongs To Me Obviously 5 Believers (encore) Alabama Getaway The Times They Are A-Changin' (accoustic) Rain Day Women #12 and #35
Date: Mon, 30 Oct 1995 10:39:38 -0500 From: andreas richard gustafsson (argust00@MIK.UKY.EDU) Subject: St. Louis - Comments Well, just a few words about the St. Louis show. This was my first show in '95 and after hearing some excellent shows in the privacy of my home the expectations were rather high, and to say the least: I was not disapointed! There were a couple of moments that I'd like to bring up here... "ALL ALONG THE WATCHTOWER" was, as in the case of so many other shows, the point where it really took off. Maybe that's why Bob's still playing it early on in the set. If he doesn't have the crowd going by the end of the secong song he'll definately get them going as soon as he starts the "WATCHTOWER." Just a thought... Another song that really rocked was "SILVIO." I had never heard him play this in '95 so I was looking forward although I was a little bit doubtful as to how good of a performance he could pull out of that song. Well, a little bit to my surprise, it turned out to work really well! Definately a good way to top off the first electric set. We got only two harmonica solos throughout the evening. One during "MR. TAMBOURINE MAN" and one during "THE TIMES THEY ARE A-CHANGIN'." Both outstanding solos! Especially the one during "MR T. MAN," it must be the best solo I've ever heard him play on the harmonica (Up there w/ the solo at the end of "Baby Blue" in Prague)! You gotta hear it to believe it! This was my first time in front row, so it was rather interesting, and a little bit surprising, to see how much of the guitar solos that Bob played himself. Especially "DON'T THINK TWICE" comes to my mind as having some excellent solo playing from Bob. The second electric set was a little bit of a disappointement, mostly due to the fact that he chose to include "MAGGIE'S FARM" and "SHE BELONGS TO ME." Two songs I feel like he has played every time I've seen him. "OBVIOUSLY," however, was another excellent performance. Throughout the evening Bob seemed to be in a really good mood. Although not smiling a whole lot he did interact with the audience quite a bit. Even to the point as to responding to the request for "THE TIMES" by an audience member during the encore (I believe that that was the request, but can't guarantee it). As some other people have said previously... If Bob comes around you better go see him! You just gotta experience these shows! Excellent show! AnDy G'soN
Dates 1995