Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Bob Dylan – Cologne, West Germany (06/16/84)

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Bob Dylan
Mngersdorfer Stadion
Cologne, West Germany
June 16, 1984

Download FLAC: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4
Download MP3@320: Part 1, Part 2

Source: Unknown audience recording > “Low generation audio discs > (Feurio) wav > (flacfront end) flac.” Taped by GS (according to source).


CD 1:
01. Highway 61 Revisited
02. Jokerman
03. All Along The Watchtower
04. Just Like A Woman
05. Maggie’s Farm
06. I And I
07. License To Kill
08. A Hard Rain’s A-Gonna Fall (acoustic)
09. Tangled Up In Blue (acoustic)
10. It’s Alright, Ma (I’m Only Bleeding) (acoustic)
11. Love Minus Zero – No Limit
12. Masters Of War

CD 2:
01. Ballad Of A Thin Man
02. Simple Twist Of Fate
03. Every Grain Of Sand
04. Like A Rolling Stone
05. Mr. Tambourine Man (acoustic)
06. It Ain’t Me, Babe (acoustic)
07. Leopard-Skin Pill-Box Hat
08. Tombstone Blues
09. Blowin’ In The Wind
10. Just Like Tom Thumb’s Blues
11. Why Do I Have To Choose?

Total time = 117:55

The show was scheduled like this:
Joan Baez started with a solo set including some 10 songs.
Santana performed for about 90 minutes.
First set: 7 songs by Bob Dylan and the band.
One song sung by Gregg Sutton backed by the band without Dylan
Second set: 2-4 songs solo by Dylan
6-7 songs by Dylan and the band.
Encores: 2-3 songs solo by Dylan
1-6 songs by Dylan and the band and Carlos Santana

Bob Dylan – vocals, guitar
Mick Taylor – guitar
Ian MacLagan – keyboards
Gregg Sutton – bass
Colin Allen – drums
Carlos Santana – guitar (during the encores)

There are six LB numbers assigned: LB-1536 (“Leave No Stone Unturned”) or the Southside Butcher’s version; LB-1841; LB-2968 (version “a” taped by “gs”); LB-3924 (direct copies from SM masters); LB-9797; and LB-9859. LB-9797 was posed in July ’13; LB-9859 in Jan. ’12

LB-2968 was last posted here by charlespoet in July ’05. jokerman.org described it as, “not much above 17k; same recording as Fendert [LB-1841] and Southside Butcher [LB-1536] versions based on clapping and talking at begin of Its Alright Ma; this one is warmer than Fendert or Southside Butchers which seem harsher in comparison; same annoying crowd as noted on previous version.”

6 thoughts on “Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Bob Dylan – Cologne, West Germany (06/16/84)

  1. Hi Mat/all

    Well I’m a big fan of indexing boots etc, and generally i find the LB series quite helpful — BUT here’s the thing, my archive copy is ‘Legendary Taper D’ from the master and transferred by JT Dec 2011. There is no ‘LB’ number in info file, no artwork and doesn’t appear to match up with any of the multitude of ref Nos in the notes here????

    Decent show if memory serves


  2. Hm…. I have a version of this labeled Cologne 6.16.84 (Taper LTD) that is very good – but I’m not sure if that’s the same one as this.

  3. I was wondering what it would take to get you guys commenting again. Haven’t heard a peep in weeks. Just needed to post a mysterious source.

    I have no further info that what got posted.

  4. Grant, that’s as mine, LTD is ‘Legendary Taper D’
    On reflection I think it must be an alt source as the rec eqipment is given for our copies and here it is ‘unknown’. I refuse to read any more however. I don’t understand the notes here or the notes on any of the Lossless Bob (LB) postings, however they appear to suggest quality of recs are approx equal ‘B+’

    if you do pull it down and compare, pl post something here – my dl queue is out of control and growing!

  5. ps, Mat sorry cheers for the post, and for the ’87 post too, didn’t have that one in lossless.
    Hope all is well with you

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