Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Bob Dylan – Lakeland, FL (04/18/76)

bob dylan - lakeland - 1976

Bob Dylan
Lakeland, Florida
April 18, 1976

Download: FLAC/MP3

Lineage: Bob Heyer’s original cassette -> Reel -> ADC>
Remastered 2011.

1 Visions Of Johanna
2 If You See Her, Say Hello
3 Vincent van Gogh (w Bobby Neuwirth vocal)
4 Weary Blues From Waiting
5 I’ll Be Your Baby Tonight
6 Maggie’s Farm
7 One Too Many Mornings
8 Seven Days
9 Railroad Boy
10 Wild Mountain Thyme
11 Blowin’ In The Wind
12 I Pity The Poor Immigrant
13 Shelter From The Storm
14 I Threw It All Away
15 Just Like Tom Thumb’s Blues
16 Mozambique
17 Going, Going, Gone
1 Lay Lady Lay
2 Silver Mantis (T-bone Burnette & Joan Baez vocals)
3 Idiot Wind
4 Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door (w Roger McGuinn vocal)
5 Gotta Travel On

8 thoughts on “Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Bob Dylan – Lakeland, FL (04/18/76)

  1. Hey thx for uploading my recording. This show being opening night of the tour was shocking even by Bob”s standard opening night surprises during that era. I never tire of this show. Even tho’ I didn’t use the best equipment available at the time I was still very pleased with how it came out. (could have captured a little more bass) “Weary Blues” still stands as the only performance of this Hank W. song. I also recorded the Orlando show a week later which was in a metal shed used for 4H fairs hence a little metallic sound. The audience was particularly crazy from the heat and the fact that it was oversold with people spilling out to the outside. One thing, Bob did “Shelter…” for the sound check at Lakeland which would have been the first performance. I know many people love this recording and I am proud of that. I saw it was ranked as the #1 best live “field recording by fans. (Bob plays bass on “Silver Mantis”)

  2. Thank you for taping it Bob. Good stuff all around. Thanks also for commenting on my blog and being super cool about it. I would be happy to reupload it for you if you want me to share it some more. I have the lossless files to that I could share as well.

  3. A breathtaking, chilling rendition of If You See Her, Say Hello with completely new, very cynical, lyrics. Performed perhaps only once or twice. Essential.

    New “1976” lyrics for Lay Lady Lay too.

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