Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Bob Dylan – New York, NY (10/10/89) “Shining at the Beacon”

Bob Dylan
Shining At The Beacon
New York, NY (10/10/89)

Download: FLAC/MP3

1.1. Seeing The Real You At Last
1.2. What Good Am I?
1.3. Dead Man Dead Man
1.4. Ballad Of A Thin Man
1.5. Most Likely You Go Your Way And I’ll Go Mine
1.6. Positively 4th Street
1.7. Ballad Of Hollis Brown
1.8. Rank Strangers To Me
1.9. Girl From The North Country
1.10. It’s All Over Now Baby Blue
2.1. Bunkhouse Theme
2.2. Mr. Tambourine Man
2.3. It Takes A Lot To Laugh, It Takes A Train To Cry
2.4. Everything Is Broken
2.5. Like A Rolling Stone
2.6. Most Of The Time
2.7. All Along The Watchtower
2.8. Nowhere Man
2.9. When You Gonna Wake Up
2.10. West L.A. Fadeaway
2.11. Moon River
2.12. Haleluja

Tracks 1.1-2.7: 10 October 1989, Beacon Theatre, New York, New York, U.S.A.
Track 2.9: 20 October 1989, Mid-Hudson Arena, Poughkeepsie, New York, U.S.A.

The keeper of the site “Songs For Johanna” rates this CD set 4 out of 5 and writes:

“Incredible harmonica work on a few tracks, the sound could be better but it’s good enough. Notable covers: the Dead’s “L.A. Fadeaway” and “Moon River”.”

Cosmic Thrills 50003/4 [T-298]

NOTE: This CD is often listed as “Shinning At The Beacon,” apparently due to a typo in the packaging.

LosslessBob LB-6808
BOOTLEG: Shining at the Beacon; cd > ultraplex > eac > wav > flac; Cosmic Thrills CT 50003/4

6 thoughts on “Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Bob Dylan – New York, NY (10/10/89) “Shining at the Beacon”

  1. I’m assuming these are my rips, doesn’t treally matter either way. Did just want to point out to anyone interested in the bonus trax that this is a boot which came out at the time, as such the sound qual of the extra bonus trax is not great. They can be found in better qual on many subsequent compilations.

    To my knowledge this essential boot has not been re-released or upgraded in the intervening years.

    1. Its quite likely these are your rips. My apologies for not nothing that. I’m really quite terrible at allowing stuff that you (and others) send me to get lost in the shuffle of all my other downloads and then mixing them in with all my other files to be posted at some point later.

  2. Not at all mate. I’m only interested in people hearing stuff from this great tour period. If you did find it on the torrents then firsly I am very surprised. It took me a good hour or so just to track down the artwork, details of the release and bonus trax etc ( incl in file set) on the web. Not a widely circulated boot this one. It’s also a tad disappointing that one of the other great gigs (which i’ve never been able to find lossless) didn’t turn up instead. Most notably Boston, LA, Ithaca or Penn State Uni (from Jan 90), or the fab ‘Holy Grail’ series of boots from the Hammersmith shows in Feb 90.

    If the lineage is as stated, then eac from cd (silvers presum) is obviously just fine. If however it’s from mine then the rips are tried and thoroughly tested anyway.

    Alt lineage (if mine) is

    Traded CDR > (winamp pro) >WAV > (TLH) > FLAC

    If u r still interested in covering this period more comprehensively then it’s best if I concentrate any efforts on providing you with stuff which isn’t covered by the torrenters. My first pick would be the Rio extravaganza from Jan 90. I have 2 versions of that and pretty sure they have not been surpassed or upgraded since

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