26 January 1980
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01 – Gotta Serve Somebody
02 – I Believe In You
03 – When You Gonna Wake Up
04 – When He Returns
05 – Man Gave Names To All The Animals
06 – Precious Angel
07 – Slow Train
08 – Covenant Woman
Mona Lisa Young:
– Ordinary People (Danniebelle Hall)
09 – Gonna Change My Way Of Thinking
10 – Do Right To Me Baby (Do Unto Others)
11 – Solid Rock
12 – Saving Grace
13 – Saved
14 – What Can I Do For You?
15 – In The Garden
16 – Blessed Be The Name
17 – Pressing On
Concert # 13 of the Second Gospel Tour. Gospel concert # 39. 1980 concert # 13.
Concert # 13 with the Second Gospel Band:
Bob Dylan (vocal & guitar),
Fred Tackett (guitar),
Spooner Oldham (keyboards),
Tim Drummond (bass),
Terry Young (keyboards),
Jim Keltner (drums),
Carolyn Dennis, Regina Peeples, Regina Havis , Mona Lisa Young (background vocals).
4 Bob Dylan solo (vocal & guitar) with Spooner Oldham (piano).
13 Bob Dylan (harmonica).
17 Bob Dylan (piano).
-There’s a slow train coming, how many people know that? Yeah? Well, tell the person next to you so they’ll know too. (before Slow Train)
-Thank you. On the keyboards tonight, give him a hand, Spooner Oldham. On the other set of keyboards, Mr. Terry Young. Lead guitar tonight is Fred Tackett.
On the drums ,Jim Keltner. On electric bass guitar, Tim Drummond. All right, on the backup vocals here Miss Carolyn Dennis. Standing next to her is Regina Peeples.
Next to her is Mona Lisa Young. And the little girl on the right is Regina McCreary. She told you that story about Jesus, remember. (before Blessed Be The Name)
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