New Source Bonanza: Bob Dylan – Munich, Germany (06/03/84)

Jokerman Has Just Left The Stadium

Bob Dylan
Olympia Stadion
Munich, West Germany
3 June 1984

Download: FLAC/MP3

Sources 2 & 3 are new.

01 – Highway 61 Revisited
02 – Jokerman
03 – All Along The Watchtower
04 – Just Like A Woman
05 – Maggie’s Farm
06 – I And I
07 – License To Kill

Greg Sutton:
08 – Got My Mojo Working (McKinley Morganfield)

09 – It Ain’t Me, Babe
10 – It’s Alright, Ma (I’m Only Bleeding)
11 – Don’t Think Twice, It’s All Right
12 – It’s All Over Now, Baby Blue
13 – Masters Of War
14 – Ballad Of A Thin Man
15 – When You Gonna Wake Up
16 – Every Grain Of Sand
17 – Like A Rolling Stone

(encore)

18 – Girl From The North Country
19 – The Lonesome Death Of Hattie Carroll
20 – Blowin’ In The Wind
21 – I Shall Be Released
22 – Tombstone Blues
23 – Why Do I Have To Choose? (Willie Nelson)
24 – Forever Young

Concert #5 of the 1984 Europe Tour.
Bob Dylan (vocal & guitar),
Mick Taylor (guitar),
Ian MacLagan (keyboards),
Greg Sutton (bass),
Colin Allen (drums).

9-11, 18, 19 Bob Dylan solo (vocal & guitar).
4, 9, 19 Bob Dylan harmonica.
20-21 Joan Baez (shared vocal & guitar).
20-24 Carlos Santana (guitar).

Note. 20 broadcast by VDR-TV, West Germany, 4 June 1984.

BobTalk:

– Thank you. Greg Sutton’s gonna sing for you now. He just wrote on the way over
to the football stadium, called I Got My Mojo Working.

Source 1: No LB # that I could Find

20 mono TV recording.
Stereo audience recording, 100 minutes.

Jokerman Has Just Left The Stadium
Manufacturer / Catalog No.
Sound Bites / SB 001 (Disc 001/002)

CDA>WAVELAB>FLAC

Information:
source:
Olympia Stadion, Munich, West Germany June 3, 1984
Bonus: Minestadio, Barcelona, Spain June 28, 1984

Source 2: LB-1514

Source: “Taped by Legendary Taper D, remastered in the Improved Air Remaster series.”

Source 3: LB-1784

Converted by: Fendert
Conversion: Tape>?x>CDR>Wav>FLAC
Quality: Very Good / Audience

This is the 5th Show of Bob Dylan’s 1984 tour with former Rolling Stones guitarist
Mick Taylor. The songs are starting to have a little life in them but still they are far
from what they will become in the coming weeks. Taylor still is feeling his way
around them but vocally Bob is starting to groove. Compare “Every Grain of Sand,”
“I and I,” “License to Kill” and “Masters of War” compared with later versions (or
with Real Live if that’s all you have) and see how far Taylor will take these songs.
We get a couple of gems on this one. Again we get “Why Do I Have to Choose” (the
only cover on the tour) and Dylan really sings great on it this night and Mick Taylor’s
slide is just about perfect. Also, Joan Baez joins Bob for a great version of “Blowing
in the Wind” and “I Shall Be Released.” “Forever Young” is a great treat here also.
Right now is the 20th Anniversary of those shows and I thought it would be cool to
release each show to STG on the date of the actual show plus 20 years. So, here is the
fifth show and we’ll see if I can keep up with the rest of the tour. Enjoy.

Santana report: Plays the lead on “Why Do I Have to Choose” beginning at 2:46 and
even though his tone does not fit the song, at least he doesn’t hit any wrong notes this
time. This guy is bad. These shows really highlight how BAD Santana was, playing
in the wrong key, at the wrong time, bad tone and playing a part which did NOT fit
into the song. What was Bob thinking with this guy? No artwork, enjoy!

2 thoughts on “New Source Bonanza: Bob Dylan – Munich, Germany (06/03/84)

  1. Yes, must agree on the Santana comments. Heard him play elsewhere stepping all over the sound of his hosts songs, not in flow of music.

  2. A friend of mine once commented that Dylan’s collaboration with Tom Petty & the Dead came at a time when Petty & Garcia were having difficult times with drugs and their health. Perhaps that’s what was going on with Carlos?? I’m not well versed with his life and I’m just speculating here…

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