Bob Dylan & The Dead – Noblesville, IN (08/05/03)

Bob Dylan & The Dead
Verizon Wireless Ampitheatre
Noblesville Indiana USA
Aug 5 2003

Download FLAC: Amazon Drive

I have three sources for this show, you can read the info here.  Please note that two sources are for the Dylan part of the show and one is for just the Dead.

Bob Dylan

Tombstone Blues
If You see Her Say Hello
Tweedlee Dee
Highway 61
Bye and Bye
Wicked Messenger
Tears of Rage
Honest With Me
Summer Days
Rainy Day Women

The Dead

Disc 1
Set 1:
1.) Intro Jam >
2.) Playin’ In the Band >
3.) U.S. Blues >
4.) Stagger Lee
5.) Good Morning Little Schoolgirl*
6.) Ballad of a Thin Man*
7.) Oh Boy*
8.) Baba Jingo
9.) He’s Gone
10.) Unbroken Chain

Disc 2
Set 2:
1.) Intro
2.) Weather Report Prelude > Weather Report Suite >
3.) Let It Grow >
4.) The Eleven >
5.) Wings of Yesterday^ >

Disc 3
1.) Drumz >
2.) Terrapin Station >
3.) Morning Dew^ >
4.) Terrapin Station >
5.) Sugar Magnolia
6.) Organ Donor Rap
7.) E: Attics Of My Life

* with Dylan on keyboards & vocal.
^ Joan Osborne, lead vocals

One thought on “Bob Dylan & The Dead – Noblesville, IN (08/05/03)

  1. Comments from a deleted repost:

    Piazza Gancio says:
    May 20, 2018 at 5:53 pm Edit

    Bob Dylan as a warm-up act. Hmmm.

    Figuring he won’t be pacing himself, this could be a fascinating listen.

    Thanks as always, Mat!

    Mat Brewster says:
    May 20, 2018 at 6:30 pm Edit

    This was my first time I ever saw Dylan live. At the time I was more of a Dead fan than Dylan and my memory of the show is that neither act was very good. Dylan’s voice was really raspy (even moreso than usual for him) and The Dead were having an off night.

    Part of the problem while I was there was that I was way back in the field and all the people around me were there to party, not listen.

    I’ve not sat down with these tapes in their entirety but a spot listen shows that it was better than my memory suggests.
    La Piazza Gancio says:
    May 20, 2018 at 10:13 pm Edit

    Been there. Like watching people at a show, isn’t it?

    The shows I had bad seats for and which were also bootlegged frequently reveal the same thing to me.

    The lesson? Seats matter.

    Mat Brewster says:
    May 20, 2018 at 10:34 pm Edit

    Absolutely. Also one of the reasons I tend to stay away from big stadium style shows. That does mean I don’t always get to see the big named acts, but a smallish theatre with good seats makes the music so much better.

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