Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Bob Dylan & Tom Petty – Wellington, New Zealand (02/05/86)

Bob Dylan - Wellington - 1986

Bob Dylan
2/5/86
Wellington, New Zealand

LB-222

Download: FLAC/MP3

aud master, good to very good sound;
nearby crowd a little noisy;

LB 222

CD1

1 Instrumental
2 Like A Rolling Stone
3 Shake ( ? )
4 I’ll Remember You
5 Trust Yourself
6 Across The Borderline (Cooder/Hiatt/Dickinson)
7 Masters Of War
8 Straight Into Darkness (Petty)
9 Don’t Bring Me Down (Petty)

CD2

1 It’s Alright, Ma (I’m Only Bleeding)
2 It Ain’t Me, Babe
3 I Forgot More Than You’ll Ever Know (Cecil A Null)
4 Just Like A Woman
5 I’m Movin’ On (Hank Snow)
6 Lenny Bruce
7 When The Night Comes Falling From The Sky

CD3

1 Lonesome Town (Baker Knight)
2 Seeing The Real You At Last
3 Ballad Of A Thin Man
4 So You Wanna Be A Rock N Roll Star ? (Petty)
5 Refugee (Petty)
6 Shot of Love
7 I And I
8 Gotta Serve Somebody
9 In the Garden
10 Heart of Mine
11 Blowin in the Wdin
12 Rainy Day Women
13 Knockin on Heaven

Bob Dylan (vocal & guitar) with Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers:
Tom Petty (guitar), Mike Campbell (guitar), Benmont Tench (keyboards), Howie Epstein (bass), Stan Lynch (drums)and The Queens Of Rhythm: Debra Byrd, Queen Esther Marrow, Madelyn Quebec, Elisecia Wright (backing vocals).

4 thoughts on “Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Bob Dylan & Tom Petty – Wellington, New Zealand (02/05/86)

  1. Heavy triple dose of mid 80s bob. Taking me back to my teenage kicks days, looking for the gems in trays of pebbles. All three of these posts cover heavily flawed episodes from those days. Still there are always gems to find as i discovered back then. Hardest in this regard is the Live Aid material. Anything that involves Bob visiting or staying with Ronnie inevitably ended with ramshackle sub-standard output from Bob. Live Aid, the 91 London shows, Hyde Park ’96, where I witnessed lackluster sets from Bob and The Who saved by an excellent performance from Mr Clapton
    Most interesting of these .is the ’86 tour for me. Really flawed (Bob’s acoustic solo sets were the worst of his career by some distance and resulted in the end of such joys forever). For all it’s faults there is an inherent soulfulness to the performances which always appealed to me. When it does actually comes together it’s great and this tour features some of Bob’s most inspired choices and performances of cover material.
    By coincidence just been watching some of the great ‘Master’s series’ DVDs Plumdusty has posted over the last 18 months or so, incl some from the 87 tour. Another interesting tour for me, and my one and sadly only time i saw a live set from the great and sadly missed Tom Petty and the boys. Great to see them all so young and full of rock ‘n’ roll, incl the great Benmont Tench on keyboards who was the only one who could follow Bob and really kept everything together musically.
    Cheers Mat, didn’t have this one lossless

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