Repost Bonanza: Bob Dylan – San Francisco, CA (11/15/80)

BOB DYLAN
The Fox Warfield Theatre
San Francisco
California, USA
November 15th. 1980

Download: FLAC/MP3

Source 2 is new. What do you guys think, should I make a new title for these posts in which I’m adding in a new source? Instead of Repost Bonanza I could have New Source Bonanza or Extra Bonanza? Or something that sounds better than that? Or just leave it alone? Or should I go back to doing a new Lossless Bootleg Bonanza and linking to the old sources?

GOTTA SERVE SOMEBODY
I BELIEVE IN YOU
LIKE A ROLLING STONE *
MAN GAVE NAMES TO ALL THE ANIMALS
SIMPLE TWIST OF FATE
AIN’T GONNA GO TO HELL
GIRL OF THE NORTH COUNTRY
SLOW TRAIN
ABRAHAM, MARTIN & JOHN
LET’S KEEP IT BETWEEN US
MARY FROM THE WILD MOOR
COVENANT WOMAN
SOLID ROCK
JUST LIKE A WOMAN
THE GROOM’S STILL WAITING AT THE ALTER *
WHEN YOU GONNA WAKE UP
IN THE GARDEN
BLOWIN’ IN THE WIND
CITY OF GOLD
LOVE MINUS ZERO / NO LIMIT

Special Guest: Michael Bloomfield *

Source 1: LB-6570
Very Good Soundboard
SOURCE: CDRs > EAC > FLAC Frontend > Soundforge 9 * >
FLAC Level 6 Align on sector boundaries

* Tidy ragged/destructive track transitions, correct channel balance and levels
where required, new disc split

Clean Up & Artwork by JTT, 2006

This was done for my own use but I have been asked by a couple of contacts who I
sent copies, and were pleased with it, to torrent it

Source 2: Probably LB-1482
SOUNDBOARD recording

6 thoughts on “Repost Bonanza: Bob Dylan – San Francisco, CA (11/15/80)

  1. Honestly, I look at the band name in the RSS feed and compare the date to my external hard drive to see if I have it already. I should probably look more closely…

    1. That’s cool. Maybe most people do something similar. I’ve always tried to easily tell people if my post is something new or a repost or an upgrade so the idea of differentiating a new source is appealing to me. Although I suppose everyone has to compare what I post to their list anyways since no doubt I’m not the only source for shows.

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