Bootleg Bonanza: Bob Dylan – Waterbury, CT (11/11/75) – "Tell It Like It Is"

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Bob Dylan
Tell It Like It Is
Palace Theater
Waterbury, CT
Nov.11, 1975

Download: MP3

Thanks to Bob’s Boots for the info and art.

Tracks:
Hard Rain
Romance In Durango
Isis
Blowin’ In The Wind
Water Is Wide
I Dreamed I Saw St. Augustine
Never Let Me Go (J.C. Scott)
I Shall Be Released
Hurricane
One More Cup Of Coffee
Sara
Just Like A Woman
Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door

Track info:
Tracks 4 – 8 include Joan Baez singing harmony
Track 5 – Released in the movie ‘Renaldo & Clara’
Track 13 – Shared vocal with Roger McGuinn

10 thoughts on “Bootleg Bonanza: Bob Dylan – Waterbury, CT (11/11/75) – "Tell It Like It Is"

  1. I was thinling a while back that it would be fun to provide your followers with a complete Rolling Thunder show at some point. If u r up for that idea I think this show mihjt be the best bet.
    Anyway, just an idea for chewing over at your leisure. The complete source is also an upgrade on sound and has never been blog posted to my knowledge, although i have had this Dylan set onlly boot source for many years and enjoyed it many times.

    Hope u r feeling better soon

  2. I love the idea DylanDave. I’m always up for more Dylan and a full Rolling Thunder show would be awesome.

    I’m doing alright. Every year around this time I get my butt kicked with allergies.

  3. OK, lets do it, i’ll drop ’em a disc at a time into the regular drop box dir (ie not the linked ‘boots’) and you can grab ’em when you have the bandwidth/time. i’ll email when first disc is ready.
    Don’t forget there are still 4 discs to go in the 78 anthology, and the next 2 are from the ex Paris tapes. I am assuming the Americanarama sharing is now done, ‘ve been holding back while you completed your odyssey

  4. I’ll get on it asap – trouble is last 2 days my internet has been ‘dropping out’ endlessly. Obviously this is making a mess of dl’ing etc. It’s usually ok so i’m hoping it’s just maintenance or a temp adsl fault at the exchange

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