Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Bob Dylan – Poughkeepsie, NY (10/20/89)

Bob Dylan,
Mid-Hudson Arena,
Poughkeepsie, New York

Download: FLAC/MP3

Minor tape hiss throughout.
Taper adjusts volume at start of recording.
Has some continuing mainly very light background talking.
Drop All Along The Watchtower 2:45.
Excellent sound [A-].
Olof Bjorner

1.The Times They Are A-Changin’
2.Absolutely Sweet Marie
3.Seeing The Real You At Last
4.What Good Am I?
5.Dead Man, Dead Man
6.I’ll Remember You
7.Love Minus Zero/No Limit
8.Mr Tambourine Man
9.One Too Many Mornings
10.Don’t Think Twice, It’s All Right
11.Everything Is Broken
12.When You Gonna Wake Up
13.Ring Them Bells
14.Tears Of Rage (Bob Dylan & Richard Manuel)
15.Everybody’s Movin’ (Glen Trout)
16.Like A Rolling Stone
17.Most Of The Time
18.All Along The Watchtower

Concert # 152 of The Never-Ending Tour.
Concert # 9 of the 1989 USA Fall Tour.
Concert # 74 with the second Never-Ending Tour

Band: Bob Dylan (vocal & guitar), G. E. Smith (guitar),
Tony Garnier (bass), Christopher Parker (drums).

7-10 Bob Dylan (vocal & guitar), G.E. Smith (guitar).
1, 4, 7-10, 16 Bob Dylan harmonica.
12-13 Bob Dylan piano.
Debut for Ring Them Bells.
First and so far (as of rev. date) the only rendition of When You Gonna Wake Up during The Never-Ending Tour.
First concert where Bob Dylan plays piano during The Never-Ending Tour.
Last performance of Dead Man, Dead Man (as of revision date).
14 new songs (77%) compared to previous concert. 5 new songs for this tour.
Stereo audience recording, 100 minutes.

2 thoughts on “Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Bob Dylan – Poughkeepsie, NY (10/20/89)

  1. Now you’re talkin’. My favourite ‘never ending’ era Fall/Autumn 89 to Feb 90. Incidentally Mat, this is the show which I either referred you to, or sent you. I really can’t remember which. Anyway that was a different and recent commercial boot silver release, ‘Blowin Down The Hudson’ maybe, something like that anyway.
    Most importantly, this is a great show. Both Bob and the band are in great form throughout this ‘Oh Mercy’ period. I don’t think that in relatively recent years Bob has captured the spirit of the classic 60s material better than he did during these 4 or 5 months. Check out the really impassioned ‘Tears Of Rage’ here. Of course a lot of this is down once again to the brilliant work Of Christopher Parker on the kit. The effortless tempo changes from shuffle beats to really rocking out. Just born to play this stuff!

    Add in a really energised Bob showcasing his new material and you have all the ingredients you need.

  2. Thanks a bunch for this one! Been trying to hunt this show down for a long time. One of the best shows from one of the best NET eras!

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