Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Bob Dylan – Live at the Orpheum 2005

Orpheum 05 1&2 Front-2

Bob Dylan
Live at the Orpheum 2005
April 15, 16, 17
Boston, MA

Download: FLAC/MP3

From the original uploader:
For those who like compilations, here are the 40 (out of 42) different songs Bob Dylan did in Boston in mid April. There are 9 tracks from the Beacon on disc 4, in order to fill up the disc. The Orpheum tracks are taken from the Unwanted Man Music shows that were seeded on Dime. The Beacon songs were taken from the Soomlos recordings also torrented on Dime. Artwork is included.

Disc 1
(01)-To Be Alone With You
(02)-Love Minus Zero-No Limit
(03)-It’s Alright, Ma (I’m Only Bleeding)
(04)-Bye and Bye
(05)-Leopard-Skin Pill-Box Hat
(06)-Shelter From the Storm
(07)-If You See Her, Say Hello
(08)-I Believe In You
(09)-Summer Days
(10)-The Lonesome Death of Hattie Carroll
(11)-Lenny Bruce
(12)-Ballad of a Thin Man

Disc 2
(01)-Maggie’s Farm
(02)-I Dreamed I Saw St. Augustine
(03)-Cold Irons Bound
(04)-Blind Willie McTell
(05)-Chimes of Freedom
(06)-God Knows
(07)-Ballad of Hollis Brown
(08)-Tough Mama
(09)-It Takes a Lot to Laugh, It Takes a Train to Cry
(10)-Cry a While
(11)-Tomorrow Is a Long Time
(12)-A Hard Rain’s A-Gonna Fall
(13)-High Water (For Charley Patton)

Disc 3
(01)-Drifter’s Escape
(02)-Forever Young
(03-)Hazel
(04)-Down Along the Cove
(05)-Mr. Tambourine Man
(06)-Honest With Me
(07)-Ring Them Bells
(08)-If Dogs Run Free
(09-)Every Grain of Sand
(10)-Tryin’ to Get to Heaven
(11)-Like a Rolling Stone
(12)-Tweedle Dee & Tweedle Dum
(13-)Highway 61 Revisited (15th)

Disc 4
(01)-Mississippi
(02)-All Along the Watchtower (17th)
(03)-To Ramona (30th)
(04)-Desolation Row (25th)
(05)-Stuck Inside of Mobile With the Memphis Blues Again (25th)
(06)-John Brown (26th)
(07)-Visions of Johanna (25th)
(08)-SeÒor (Tales of Yankee Power) (28th)
(09)-Watching the River Flow (29th)
(10)-Not Dark Yet (29th)
(11)-Just Like Tom Thumb’s Blues (25th)

11 thoughts on “Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Bob Dylan – Live at the Orpheum 2005

  1. This looks good – many thanks!

    For me the close of the fall tour 2001 was the end of Dylan’s
    “glory years” – thereafter I start to lose interest. Purely personal of
    course. And there’s no question he still continued to deliver the goods,
    albeit more infrequently. (Eg, the 2006 reworking of Maggies Farm,
    which blows me away). But my philosophy is why would I spend time
    listening to shows from, say, 2004 when there isn’t enough time in my
    life to enjoy even just the nineties legacy !??

    That said, Spring/Summer 2005 in the states is a real highlight (chronologically
    relatively speaking) imho, with many gems just waiting to be mined
    – look forward to giving this a blast.

    🙂

  2. True these aren’t the best years of Bob, but i’ve found plenty of interest in some of the more country arrangements etc and these anthologies collections etc usually offer some stuff of interest. The London Brixton shows were beautifully captured (as always) by Crystal Cat, but shows were rather uninspired.
    Certainly better now, but little can compare to the glory years of 1998-2000

    Cheets Mat

  3. can you re-upload Disc 3? It seems to be omitted. Only Track 3-01 showed up on the Disc 2 download. Thank you so much for compiling this. I have beautiful memories of seeing this tour at the Masonic Temple in Detroit.

  4. Try it now DreamLikeDylan. Sorry about that.

    Tony I feel the same way for anything after about 1978 with the Grateful Dead. I know there is some good stuff after that, but there’s also a lot of mediocre stuff too. Which tends to make me not spend a lot of time with it since I know the really good stuff is before then.

    I’m still feeling my way through Bob’s stuff which is why I love this blog and the comments it gets. You guys are awesome.

  5. Thanks!
    I rarely come across any of the 2005 material. These are fine performances from Bob and band, I especially like the relaxed “Ring them bells”, fine singing.
    I feel so lucky to have the opportunity to hear this, and all the other fine Bob concerts out there. Once again, big thanks – you are a champion for posting!

  6. Thanks so much Mat. I love the Dylan you post on this blog. I don’t share people’s feelings about Dylan falling off after 2000-2002. I think 2005 is still great, great music.

    Likewise, I would extend the good Dead period until 1981. There are time warp days on that tour where they sound like ’77 again.

  7. Trouble is 2003 was mostly AWFUL, 2004 was very patchy apart from the country covers, ‘sing me back home’ etc. But a quick listen to the Crystal Cats from europe 2000 or USA OCT/NOV 2002 will quickly establish Bob’s voice and band are on another level altogether

    It was coming back together a bit in 2005 but it;s been a long slow recovery with plenty of intervening lows this time!

    Still haven’t listened to this stuff since 05 so gonna approach it with new ears

  8. here are the setlists.

    15 April 2005
    To Be Alone With You
    Hazel
    It’s Alright, Ma (I’m Only Bleeding)
    If Dogs Run Free
    Tough Mama
    Shelter From The Storm
    Cold Irons Bound
    Tomorrow Is A Long Time
    Highway 61 Revisited
    Chimes Of Freedom
    Summer Days
    Mr. Tambourine Man
    Mississippi
    All Along The Watchtower

    16 April 2005
    Maggie’s Farm
    Forever Young
    Cry A While
    Bye And Bye
    Ballad Of Hollis Brown
    If You See Her, Say Hello
    Lenny Bruce
    Honest With Me
    The Lonesome Death Of Hattie Carroll
    High Water (for Charlie Patton)
    Every Grain Of Sand
    Highway 61 Revisited
    Blind Willie McTell
    Like A Rolling Stone

    17 April 2005
    Drifter’s Escape
    Love Minus Zero/No Limit
    God Knows
    Ring Them Bells
    Leopard-Skin Pill-Box Hat
    Tryin’ To Get To Heaven
    Down Along The Cove
    I Believe In You
    Tweedle Dee & Tweedle Dum
    I Dreamed I Saw St. Augustine
    Ballad Of A Thin Man
    A Hard Rain’s A-Gonna Fall
    It Takes A Lot To Laugh, It Takes A Train To Cry
    All Along The Watchtower

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