Repost Bonanza: Bob Dylan – Glasgow, Scotland (02/03/91)

Glasgow - 03.02.1991 - F

Glasgow, Scotland
February 3rd 1991
(New Transfer from Tape, JTT)

Download: FLAC/MP3

Audience Recording
SOURCE: Sony ECM-909 > Sony WMD-6C (TDK SA100/Dolby B) > Akai GX95 11 (Dolby B) >
Soundforge PRO 10b > FLAC Level 6 Align on Sector Boundaries
Mastering & Artwork, JTT August 2010

Disc One
01. Intro
02. Mountains Of Mourne (Instrumental)
03. Subterranean Homesick Blues
04. What Was It You Wanted
05. Watching The River Flow
06. Positively 4th Street
07. I’ll Be Your Baby Tonight
08. Gotta Serve Somebody
09. Bob Dylan’s Dream
10. Ballad Of Hollis Brown
11. Boots Of Spanish Leather
12. Mr. Tambourine Man

Disc Two
01. Under The Red Sky
02. Just Like A Woman
03. Political World
04. I Shall Be Released
05. Like A Rolling Stone
06. Blowin’ In The Wind
07. All Along The Watchtower

3 thoughts on “Repost Bonanza: Bob Dylan – Glasgow, Scotland (02/03/91)

  1. As Bob was starting this gig I was on a bus back from Glasgow (heavily hungover and ‘sedated’), having stayed with a fellow tape trader to catch the previous (saturday) night’s gig. I had caught an overnight bus for 8 or 9 hours direct from work on friday night. As I recall the gigs were no better than all the London gigs (which I also attended) but Glasgow is a great city with great people (and pubs) and it didn’t really matter. Like most cities however it isn’t best appreciated in the bus station at 6.30 in the morning!

    If Bob had been in half decent form for this run of UK gigs it would have been a hell of a Dylan odyssey for me. As it was my strongest memories are of many drunken nights in many pubs getting progressively more wrecked and hungover with die hard Dylan afficianados and fans, and all of us praying and hoping against hope for something better than the night before. Trouble is we had all been spoilt by the magnificent run of Hammersmith Odeon gigs 12 months previously. We should have known that it couldn’t last!

    I guess I should give this one another listen as it is the only British night I didn’t actually attend. Seem to remember that it all went a bit ‘pear shaped’ during Pos 4th St, with the band looping around while Bob tried to get his act together!

  2. Just wish I had better memories of the actual music (LOL) Got to be the worst N.E.T. band lineup (John Jackson nowhere near G.E. at this point, Ian Wallace all over the place and God only knows what Bob was on at this time! I guess you should listen to his latter day gig intro for that one!
    Remember this is also the year which produced the boot ‘The Worst of Bob Dylan’ boot which went on to infamy. recorded Somehere in eastern europe in the summer.

    Approach with caution folks!!

    ps is this really the same drummer you’ll find on the next post??!! Must have been a hell of a shock to come back into this shambles, after the consistent 12 months of excellence in ’78.

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