Bob Dylan – Adelaide, Australia (02/15/86)

Bob Dylan &Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers:Memorial Drive
Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
February 15, 1986

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  1. Justine (Don Harris/Dewey Terry) [03:55]
  2. Positively 4th Street [03:25]
  3. Clean Cut Kid [04:27]
  4. I’ll Remember You [03:17]
  5. Trust Yourself [03:17]
  6. That Lucky Old Sun (Haven Gillespie/Beasley Smith) [03:21]
  7. Masters Of War [4:42]
    Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers:
  8. Straight Into Darkness (Tom Petty) []
  9. American Girl (Tom Petty) [04:19]
  10. A Hard Rain’s A-Gonna Fall [08:27]
  11. Girl From The North Country [06:16]
  12. It’s Alright, Ma (I’m Only Bleeding) [08:17]
  13. I Forgot More Than You’ll Ever Know (Cecil A. Null) [04:22]
  14. Just Like A Woman [04:59]
  15. I’m Moving On (Hank Snow) [03:48]
    Total time [68:47]
  16. Lenny Bruce [05:55]
  17. When The Night Comes Falling From The Sky [05:03]
  18. Lonesome Town (Baker Knight) [05:06]
  19. Ballad Of A Thin Man [04:43]
    Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers:
  20. So You Want To Be A Rock & Roll Star (R. McGuinn/C. Hillman) [04:27]
  21. Refugee (Tom Petty & Mike Campbell) [05:18]
  22. Rainy Day Women # 12 & 35 [03:48]
  23. Seeing The Real You At Last [04:44]
  24. Across The Borderline (Ry Cooder/John Hiatt/Jim Dickinson) [04:36]
  25. I And I [05:50]
  26. Like A Rolling Stone [06:38]
  27. In The Garden [07:29]
  28. Blowin’ In The Wind [04:50]
  29. Uranium Rock (Warren Smith) [02:59]
  30. Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door [07:42]
    Total time [79:14]

Concert #7 of the 1986 True Confessions Far East Tour
Concert #7 with Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers
1986 concert #7

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

8-10 Bob Dylan solo (vocal & guitar)
26 Bob Dylan (harmonica)
11, 24, 26 Bob Dylan and Tom Petty (shared vocals)
18 Howie Epstein (slide guitar), Tom Petty (bass)

BobTalk:
All right. This is a song I wrote about twelve years ago in my protest period. And I’m still kind of in that period. All right, there’s still certainly a lot to protest about, ain’t that right? Anyway, I wrote this about at least twenty years ago and it still holds up pretty good so I’m gonna sing it for you now. Called Masters Of War

Thank you, all right, youíre a very kind audience! All right, I gotta get out of here now for a minute now. I’m gonna leave you with one of the last great American Rock and Roll bands. Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers. Give them a warm hand. (after Masters Of War)

Thank you. I broke a string on that last song. Somewhere in the first verse. Some performers they just stop when that happens. Anyway, you know, Iím from the States I come from someplace called the Midwest. I figure if I had come from the South I’d probably either killed somebody or been killed by this time. Anyway, hmm I used to know this special person up there and I wrote this song for her a long time ago. (before Girl Of The North Country)

Thank you. I wanna bring Tom Petty here now. I wanna do a song that people used to rave about. This is a song they used to play on the radio. They donít play this kind of stuff anymore. I wanna sing you a song with . (before I Forgot More Than You’ll Ever Know)

All right. Anyway, you know Tennessee Williams he died in a hotel room in New York City. He was one of Americaís great artists appreciate it. In fact people are doing now today much far worse things than he ever did and theyíre making lots of money cash. Iím writing a song about another guy. I wrote this one a while back because I figured he deserved it. He deserves something, he didnít get anything at all when he was alive, thatís for sure. And just like Tennessee Williams, there are people now who are much further than he did, but he laid his body down for them. (before Lenny Bruce)

All right, thank you. This is a song I wrote a while back, about …. People keep asking me questions. Shut up now! Shut up! Theyíre always asking me questions that you canít or anybody else canít answer, you know. So, you know like ìwhat’s your political life like? Or your religious life?î Personal questions like …, you know even about your love life. So anyway, I don’t answer any of them questions. People are asking me about my songs You know, because there comes a time when people have to be put in their place, ain’t that right? It even happens to me once in a while. And I’m glad when, when someone puts me in my place. Cause sometimes, that needs to be done. Anyway this here is a song about somebody else that I figured I just had to put in his place. Iím not sure if heís still there. I don’t even know if he got there. (before Ballad Of A Thin Man)

All right, everybody must get stoned! That’s a song that can be sung in a couple of tones and took a couple of ways. Like that. Well here’s one that can only be taken one way. Only taken one way. You see if you can figure out what that is. (before Seeing The Real You At Last)

Thank you, all right. Itís about that time of the evening again when we must part company. Anyway, I just want to sing you a song about my hero. You know, everybodyís got their heroes today. You know, where I come from, Sylvester Stallone is a big hero, awfully big hero Ronald Reaganís a hero to many people Oh, I know, I know, but heís still a hero to a lot of people you know. Michael Jackson, heís giant You know, I donít care nothing about none of those people. None of those people are heroes to me. Iíll sing a song right now about my hero. (before In The Garden)

Stereo audience recording, 160 minutes

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