Bob Dylan – Two by Two To Another Rendezvous – Late Summer Early Fall, 1992

Bob Dylan
1992 TWO BY TWO TO ANOTHER RENDEZVOUS
(Pink Panther Records)
1992 Late Summer / Early Fall Tour Of North America

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all sourced from 100% lossless FLAC from best available sound sources.
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Statistics for this compilation (yes, lies, damn lies & statistics masquerading as facts)

66 ball-tearing, sensational tracks
66 different songs
19 concerts are represented here (from the total of 20 concerts – Ottawa sound is poor)
7 hours & 15 minutes of music
1 bob

A great tour leg anchored by the famous five night residency in Minneapolis with much to offer.
Bob played 66 different songs in Late Summer / Early Fall 1992.
As with all the other 1992 tour legs, the setlists varied wildly from night to night.
Only two songs were played at all 20 concerts, and only 15 songs were played more than ten times.
18 songs were played only once and 36 songs were played three times or less.
Only five songs (Little Moses, Don’t Let Your Deal Go Down, Friend Of The Devil, Female Rambling Sailor and Red Hot)
were not written by Dylan (six if you count Pretty Peggy-O).

The songs are beautifully performed, the sound is almost always great and the setlists are interesting.
You can’t go wrong with this tour leg.

Massey Hall
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
17 August 1992

1.Heart Of Mine
2.Female Rambling Sailor
3.I Dreamed I Saw St Augustine
4.Like A Rolling Stone

LB-2372

Massey Hall
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
18 August 1992

5.2 X 2
6.Tears Of Rage (Bob Dylan & Richard Manuel)
7.Just Like Tom Thumb’s Blues
8.Wiggle Wiggle
9.Idiot Wind

LB-4467

Lake Conneaut Park
Meadville, Pennsylvania
20 August 1992

10.Don’t Let Your Deal Go Down (trad.)

LB-5913;

Hamilton Place
Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
21 August 1992

11.I’ll Be Your Baby Tonight
12.Everything Is Broken
13.Cat’s In The Well

LB-0795

Sudbury Arena
Sudbury, Ontario, Canada
24 August 1992

14.New Morning

LB-4337;

Memorial Gardens
Sault Ste Marie, Ontario, Canada
25 August 1992

15.Pretty Peggy-O (trad. arr. Bob Dylan)
16.She Belongs To Me
17.Little Moses (Bert A. Williams/Earle C. Jones)
18.Ballad Of Hollis Brown
19.Don’t Think Twice, It’s All Right
20.Shooting Star
21.Highway 61 Revisited

LB-4550;

Fort Williams Garden
Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada
27 August 1992

22.Seeing The Real You At Last

LB-1815

Orpheum Theater
Minneapolis, Minnesota
29 August 1992

23.Just Like A Woman

LB-2596

Orpheum Theater
Minneapolis, Minnesota
30 August 1992

24.To Be Alone With You
25.Stuck Inside Of Mobile With The Memphis Blues Again
26.I & I
27.Girl Of The North Country
28.To Ramona
29.Lenny Bruce

LB-2597

Orpheum Theater
Minneapolis, Minnesota
31 August 1992

30.Rainy Day Women #12 & 35
31.I Don’t Believe You (She Acts Like We Never Have Met)
32.Gates Of Eden
33.If Not For You
34.The Times They Are A-Changin’

LB-2598

Orpheum Theater
Minneapolis, Minnesota
2 September 1992

35.Friend Of The Devil (Jerry Garcia/Robert Hunter/John Dawson)
36.All Along The Watchtower
37.Tangled Up In Blue
38.Watching The River Flow
39.Silvio (Bob Dylan & Robert Hunter)
40.A Hard Rain’s A-Gonna Fall
41.It’s All Over Now, Baby Blue
42.Unbelievable
43.Maggie’s Farm
44.What Good Am I?

LB-3225

Orpheum Theater
Minneapolis, Minnesota
3 September 1992

45.It Takes A Lot To Laugh, It Takes A Train To Cry
46.I Believe In You
47.Union Sundown
48.The Lonesome Death Of Hattie Carroll
49.Visions Of Johanna
50.Every Grain Of Sand

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Orpheum Theater
Omaha, Nebraska
5 September 1992

51.Lay, Lady, Lay

Charlie Quintana’s last concert.

LB-4584;

Liberty Memorial Park
Kansas City, Missouri
6 September 1992

52.I’ll Remember You
53.Simple Twist Of Fate
54.Mr Tambourine Man
55.Positively 4th Street

Winston Watson’s first concert.

LB-4495;

Joseph Taylor Robinson Memorial Auditorium
Little Rock, Arkansas
8 September 1992

56.Red Hot (Billy Lee Riley)

LB-5499

Municipal Auditorium
Jackson, Mississippi
9 September 1992

57.Shelter From The Storm
58.Boots Of Spanish Leather
59.John Brown
60.Man In The Long Black Coat
61.Ballad Of A Thin Man
62.Blowin’ In The Wind

LB-4522;

Oak Mountain Amphitheater
Pelham, Alabama
11 September 1992

63.Under The Red Sky

LB-3599

Bayfront Auditorium
Pensacola, Florida
12 September 1992

64.Desolation Row
65.It Ain’t Me, Babe

LB-3235;

Heymann Performing Arts Center
Lafayette, Louisiana
13 September 1992

66.It’s Alright, Ma (I’m Only Bleeding)

LB-3238

Bob Dylan – Goin’ Back Down South, Child – 1992 Fall Tour

Bob Dylan
GOIN’ BACK DOWN SOUTH, CHILD
(Pink Panther Records)
The 1992 Fall Tour of the United States

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The 1992 US Fall Tour has always been well regarded by collectors.
Digital recorders using DAT tape were now more common with the resultant quantum improvement on sound quality.
It was like going from black & white to colour TV – a whole new world opened up.

The performances are quite different to early 1992. There is now much more emphasis on long instrumental breaks on many songs.

Bob continues to radically change his setlist each night, with only four songs
(All Along The Watchtower / Boots Of Spanish Leather / Maggie’s Farm / Silvio) being played on all 20 nights.

On 3 November 1992, the Good As I Been To You album was released but Bob totally ignored it & played none of its songs live in 1992.
You can hear the audience calling out for these songs to no avail late in the tour. They had to wait until 1993 for that.

The 30th Anniversary Concert Celebration in New York is not used here – it is copyright but the Bob performances are poor compared with the tour leg.

The tapes used here are from the best sounding circulating sources. A lot of work went into assembling them. Huge thanks to 10Haaf & others.

The 25 October Providence tape, which is in excellent sound quality, did not make the cut on any song.
23 October Newark almost suffered this fate with only one song. Providence has a lot of audience talking & Newark is just too harsh.

The big surprise was 10 October Lock Haven. Eight songs were sourced from this great tape. Jokerman rates it [B-]. It’s not, It’s [B+].

1992 was a huge NET year for Bob in terms of both quality & quantity. It was a year of evolution, not revolution.

Some great listening here – I hope you enjoy it.

Statistics for this compilation (yes, lies, damn lies & statistics masquerading as facts)

Includes the songs from Gainsville, where the setlist is known but there is no circulating tape.

64 ball-tearing, sensational tracks
64 different songs
17 concerts are represented here (from the total of 20 concerts played, not including the 30th Anniversary Celebration)
7 hours & 13 minutes of music
1 bob

Only four songs were played at all 20 concerts.
Only 12 songs were played 10 times ot more.
Nine songs were played only twice.
17 songs were only played once.

AJ Palumbo Theatre
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
9 October 1992

1.I’ll Be Your Baby Tonight

LB-5578

Thomas Fieldhouse
Lock Haven University
Lock Haven, Pennsylvania
10 October 1992

2.All Along The Watchtower
3.Simple Twist Of Fate
4.Little Moses (Bert A. Williams/Earle C. Jones)
5.It’s Alright, Ma (I’m Only Bleeding)
6.It’s All Over Now, Baby Blue
7.Unbelievable
8.Man In The Long Black Coat
9.Highway 61 Revisited

LB-0431;

Eastman Theatre
Rochester, New York
11 October 1992

10.Love Minus Zero / No Limit
11.I Don’t Believe You (She Acts Like We Never Have Met)

LB-2953;

Broome County Forum
Binghamton, New York
12 October 1992

12.Queen Jane Approximately

LB-7267;

Bob Carpenter Center
University Of Delaware
Newark, Delaware
23 October 1992

13.It Ain’t Me, Babe

LB-3176;

Gampel Pavillion
University Of Connecticut
Storrs, Connecticut
24 October 1992

14.Pretty Peggy-O (trad. arr. Bob Dylan)
15.She Belongs To Me
16.Shelter From The Storm
17.Under The Red Sky
18.What Good Am I?
19.Rainy Day Women #12 & 35

LB-3217;

Paramount Performing Arts Center
Springfield, Massachusetts
28 October 1992

20.I Can’t Be Satisfied (McKinley Morganfield)
21.I’ve Been All Around This World (trad.)
22.It Takes A Lot To Laugh, It Takes A Train To Cry
23.I’ll Remember You
24.Ballad Of A Thin Man

LB1510;

An Open Tent
Endicott College
Beverly, Massachusetts
30 October 1992

25.Positively 4th Street
27.When I Paint My Masterpiece
27.The Times They Are A-Changin’

LB-0665;

F.M. Kirby Center
Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania
1 November 1992

28.West LA Fadeaway (Jerry Garcia/Robert Hunter)
29.Mama, You Been On My Mind
30.Boots Of Spanish Leather
31.John Brown
32.Don’t Think Twice, It’s All Right
33.Maggie’s Farm

LB-3182;

Stanbaugh Auditorium
Youngstown, Ohio
2 November 1992

34.If Not For You
35.Farewell To The Gold (The Miner’s Song) (Paul Metsers)
36.I & I
37.Mr Tambourine Man
38.Gates Of Eden

LB-3673;

The Dylan album Good As I Been To You was released by Columbia on 3 November 1992.

Cincinnati Music Hall
Cincinnati, Ohio
3 November 1992

39.I Want You
40.Desolation Row

LB-4998

Whitten University Center
University of Miami
Coral Gables, Florida
8 November 1992

41.Lay, Lady, Lay
42.Tangled Up In Blue
43.Leopard-Skin Pill-Box Hat
44.A Hard Rain’s A-Gonna Fall
45.Just Like A Woman

LB-3293;

Van Wezel Performing Arts Center
Sarasota, Florida
9 November 1992

46.Dear Landlord
47.Silvio (Bob Dylan & Robert Hunter)
48.Ballad Of Hollis Brown
49.Everything Is Broken

LB-7585

Ruth Eckerd Hall
Clearwater, Florida
11 November 1992

50.I Dreamed I Saw St Augustine
51.Drifter’s Escape
52.The Lonesome Death Of Hattie Carroll
53.Girl Of The North Country
54.Senor (Tales Of Yankee Power)
55.Shooting Star
56.Blowin’ In The Wind

LB-5046 (fixed version);

UCF Arena
Orlando, Florida
12 November 1992

57.Disease Of Conceit
58.Stuck Inside Of Mobile With The Memphis Blues Again
59.Watching The River Flow

LB-2205

Sunrise Music Center
Sunrise, Florida
13 November 1992

60.Willing (Lowell George)
61.I Believe In You
62.Every Grain Of Sand

LB-2949

South Florida Fairgrounds
West Palm Beach, Florida
15 November 1992

63.To Be Alone With You
64.Cat’s In The Well

LB-9092

Bob Dylan – One More Night (Keep The Woman Back), 1990 Early Summer Tour

Bob Dylan
1990 ONE MORE NIGHT (KEEP THE WOMAN BACK)
Pink Panter Records
1990 Early Summer Tour of North America (mainly Canada)

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This has always been a very difficult tour leg to get your mind around
because there are a lot of bad sounding tapes & a lot of misinformation.

The almost always reliable Jokerman is missing in action here with many recommended tapes actually sounding poor
& some excellent sounding tapes being rated as poor. Never mind, it is all sorted out here.

The real find are the last two concerts from Winnipeg, particularly 6/18 which is a brilliant performance in great sound.
Winnipeg 6/18 is presented in its entirity here.

So what have we got with this one?:
an interesting combination of some of the “heaviest” electric songs since Bob let the band go feral in late-78
with Billy Cross on lead guitar – Bob actually lets GE solo on much of this;
a great emphasis on the new “acoustic with the band” format of 60s & 70s classics, which gives them a richer sound; &
lots & lots of harmonica.

Bob & the band are all in great form here – maybe not quite as good as the preceding Fastbreak Tour but still premium Bob.
However, there has been a deliberate attempt to change the sound & this is what you get.

A real gem is Bob playing piano on Where Teardrops Fall (Kingston 5/30)
which is as good a performance as the piano Disease Of Conceit (London 2/8 Fastbreak Tour).

If you want to hear electric GE with all the stops out, try Highway 61 Revisited (Winnipeg 6/17) or Political World (Winnipeg 6/18).
If you want brilliant “acoustic with the band”, try No More One More Time (Winnipeg 6/17).
& then there is crazy – Ronnie Hawkins antics (Toronto 6/6) or the “heavy electric” experimental The Times They Are A Changin’ (Toronto 6/5).
I love this tour leg – you might too. The sound is much, much better than you might thing.
& DON’T FORGET TO LOCK UP THE WILD WOMEN BEFORE YOU PLAY THE RONNIE HAWKINS TRACKS OR ANYTHING MIGHT HAPPEN.

all sourced from 100% lossless FLAC from best available sound sources.

The emphasis here is on the classic 60s & 70s songs, with emphasis on the acoustic songs which were played in the new “acoustic with the band” format.

It was, as was all of 1990, a wild setlist ride.

Statistics for this compilation (yes, lies, damn lies & statistics masquerading as facts)

66 ball-tearing, sensational tracks
56 different songs
11 concerts are represented here (from the total of 16 concerts)
5 hours & 16 minutes of music
1 bob

All sound played on the tour leg are represented here.

The setlists were highly variable from night to night, with
9 songs being played ten or more times,
26 songs being played five or more times, and
19 songs only played once or twice.

Sporting Auditorium
University Of Montreal
Montreal, Quebec, Canada
29 May 1990

Groucho Marx’s birthday party harmonica concert

01.You’re A Big Girl Now
02.The Lonesome Death Of Hattie Carroll
03.Girl Of The North Country
04.To Ramona
05.What Good Am I?
06.Mr Tambourine Man

First concert of the Never-Ending Tour where the acoustic set is performed with the whole band.

LB-6354;

Community Memorial Arena
Kingston Memorial Centre
Kingston, Ontario, Canada
30 May 1990

The piano concert

07.Where Teardrops Fall

Last performance of Where Teardrops Fall 1990.

LB-5419;

Ottawa National Arts Center Opera
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
1 June 1990

8.Just Like A Woman
9.She Belongs To Me
10.It Takes A Lot To Laugh, It Takes A Train To Cry
11.Disease Of Conceit

LB-4200;

Ottawa National Arts Center Opera
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
2 June 1990

12.Tight Connection To My Heart (Has Anybody Seen My Love)
13.It Ain’t Me, Babe
14.Desolation Row
15.Leopard-Skin Pill-Box Hat
16.Simple Twist Of Fate

LB-11011;

Alumni Hall
University Of Western Ontario
London, Ontario, Canada
4 June 1990

17.I’ll Remember You
18.Masters Of War
19.Gotta Serve Somebody
20.Ballad Of Hollis Brown
21.One Too Many Mornings

LB-4612;

O’Keefe Centre For The Performing Arts
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
5 June 1990

22.Subterranean Homesick Blues
23.Tomorrow Is A Long Time
24.Barbara Allen (trad.)
25.The Times They Are A-Changin’

LB-4197;

O’Keefe Centre For The Performing Arts
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
6 June 1990

26.Early Morning Rain (Gordon Lightfoot)
27.Love Minus Zero / No Limit
28.I’ve Been All Around This World (trad.)
29.What Was It You Wanted
30.Ronnie Hawkins Intro
31.Keep The Women Back
32.One More Night

Ronnie Hawkins (vocal) and Bob Dylan (backup vocal) on One More Night.

First live performance of One More Night.
First acoustic version of I’ve Been All Around This World.

LB-4198;

Municipal Auditorium
Sioux Falls, South Dakota
13 June 1990

33.To Be Alone With You

LB-1425

Civic Center
Bismarck, North Dakota
15 June 1990

34.I Believe In You
35.Stuck Inside Of Mobile With The Memphis Blues Again
36.Shooting Star
37.I Shall Be Released
38.In The Garden
39.Maggie’s Farm

LB-0149

Centennial Centre Concert Hall
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
17 June 1990

Concert for Neil Young

40.Most Likely You Go Your Way (And I’ll Go Mine)
41.Lay, Lady, Lay
42.Tears Of Rage (Bob Dylan & Richard Manuel)
43.Don’t Think Twice, It’s All Right
44.Desolation Row
45.No More One More Time (Troy Seals-Dave Kirby)
46.All Along The Watchtower
47.Blowin’ In The Wind
48.Highway 61 Revisited

LB-0206

Centennial Centre Concert Hall
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
18 June 1990

49.Absolutely Sweet Marie
50.Ballad Of A Thin Man
51.Stuck Inside Of Mobile With The Memphis Blues Again
52.Queen Jane Approximately
53.Masters Of War
54.Gotta Serve Somebody
55.It’s Alright, Ma (I’m Only Bleeding)
56.It’s All Over Now, Baby Blue
57.Boots Of Spanish Leather
58.John Brown
59.Gates Of Eden
60.Everything Is Broken
61.Political World
62.All Along The Watchtower
63.I Shall Be Released
64.Like A Rolling Stone
65.Blowin’ In The Wind
66.Highway 61 Revisited

LB-3133

Bob Dylan – Put the Blade to the Heat

Bob Dylan
PUT THE BLADE TO THE HEAT
Pink Panther Records

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This is an attempt to provide a listenable but comprehensive overview of bob in the 1980s

  • a decade which divides opinions more than any other.

Let the songs do the talking – here are some of the better circulating versions which are not copyright.

Two simple rules:

  • the song had to be written by bob in the 1980s; &
  • the song had to be played by bob in the 1980s.

Make up your own mind – some of bob’s greatest songs can be found here.

mp3@320kbps version – all tracks converted from FLAC sources using NCH Switch.

One of Bob Dylan’s greatest performance years in best available sound.

51 tracks,
51 different songs,
14 studio sessions,
25 concerts;
8 countries.

Four hours & six minutes of fabulous music.

Fox Warfield Theatre
San Francisco, California
15 November 1980

1.Let’s Keep It Between Us
2.Covenant Woman
3.The Groom’s Still Waiting At The Altar
4.City Of Gold

LB-6570

Studio A
Studio 55
Los Angeles, California
31 March 1981

3rd Shot Of Love recording session. Produced by Jimmy Iovine.

5.Caribbean Wind

Outtake

LB-6621

Marjorie Merriweather Post Pavilion
Columbia, Maryland
14 June 1981

6.Lenny Bruce

LB-5374

Earls Court
London, England
28 June 1981

7.Dead Man, Dead Man

LB-7027

National Exhibition Center
Birmingham, England
4 July 1981

8.What Can I Do For You?

LB-3268

Drammenshallen
Drammen, Norway
9 July 1981

9.Jesus Is The One

Live debut of Jesus Is The One.

LB-0348

Freileichttheater
Bad Segeberg, West Germany
14 July 1981

10.In The Summertime

LB-4620

Palace des Sports
Avignon, France
25 July 1981

11.Saved (Bob Dylan/Tim Drummond)
12.Shot Of Love
13.Heart Of Mine

LB-6748

Saenger Theater
Saenger Performing Arts Center
New Orleans, Louisiana
10 November 1981

14.Watered-Down Love
15.Thief On The Cross

Only known performance of Thief On The Cross.

Stadiums of the Damned (Kiss The Stone / KTS 056-57)

The Summit
Houston, Texas
12 November 1981

16.Solid Rock

LB-8611

Studio A
Power Station
New York City, New York
11 April 1983

1st Infidels recording session. Produced by Mark Knopfler and Bob Dylan.

17.Don’t Fall Apart On Me Tonight

LB-1971;

Studio A
Power Station
New York City, New York
13 April 1983

3rd Infidels recording session. Produced by Mark Knopfler and Bob Dylan.

18.Jokerman

LB-1971

Studio A
Power Station
New York City, New York
18 April 1983

7th Infidels recording session. Produced by Mark Knopfler and Bob Dylan.

19.Sweetheart Like You
20.Blind Willie McTell

LB-1971

Studio A
Power Station
New York City, New York
21 April 1983

10th Infidels recording session. Produced by Mark Knopfler and Bob Dylan.

21.Tell Me

LB-1971;

Studio A
Power Station
New York City, New York
27 April 1983

15th Infidels recording session. Produced by Mark Knopfler and Bob Dylan.

22.Foot Of Pride

Bob Dylan (vocal, harmonica, keyboards & guitar), Mark Knopfler (guitar), Mick Taylor (guitar),
Alan Clark (keyboards), Robbie Shakespeare (bass), Sly Dunbar (drums).

LB-1971

Delta Sound
New York City, New York
26 July 1984

Empire Burlesque recording session

23.Who Loves You More

LB-8350

Cherokee Studio
Hollywood
Los Angeles, California
6 December 1984

Empire Burlesque recording session

24.New Danville Girl

LB-8350

The Home Of Ron Wood
New York City, New York
12 July 1985

Rehearsals before Live Aid appearance

25.Dark Eyes

With Ron Wood (acoustic guitar), Keith Richards (acoustic guitar).

LB-0571

Castle Hall
Osaka Fu, Japan
6 March 1986

26.Emotionally Yours
27.In The Garden

with Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers:

LB-3821

Gymnasium
Nagoya, Japan
8 March 1986

28.Trust Yourself

Bob Dylan (vocal & guitar) with Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers:

LB-6086;

Poplar Creek Music Theater
Hoffman Estates
Chicago, Illinois
29 June 1986

29.Clean-Cut Kid
30.Band Of The Hand

Bob Dylan (vocal & guitar) with Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers.

LB-2531;

Saratoga Performing Arts Center
Saratoga Springs, New York
13 July 1986

31.Union Sundown

Bob Dylan (vocal & guitar) with Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers.

LB-0526;

Townhouse Studio
London, England
27 & 28 August 1986

Hearts Of Fire recording session, produced by Beau Hill.

32.Had A Dream About You, Baby

Outtake
No LB#.

Club Front
San Rafael, California
June 1987

Rehearsals before summer tour with The Grateful Dead.

33.Man Of Peace
34.Gonna Change My Way Of Thinking

LB-7243;

Area Ex Autodromo
Modena, Italy
12 September 1987

35.I & I
36.When The Night Comes Falling From The Sky

Tom Petty (guitar), Mike Campbell (guitar), Benmont Tench (keyboards),
Roger McGuinn (guitar) on When The Night Comes Falling From The Sky.

LB-2286

International Arena
National Exhibition Center
Birmingham, England
12 October 1987

37.License To Kill

Bob Dylan (vocal & guitar) with Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers.

LB-0592;

Dave Stewart Studios
Los Angeles, California
Circa 7-17 May 1988

38.Dirty World

Traveling Wilburys Outtake

The Secret Tapes Of Lucky Boo

Fiddler’s Green Amphitheatre
Denver, Colorado
15 June 1988

39.Seeing The Real You At Last

LB-7234;

Garden State Performing Arts Center
Holmdel, New Jersey
24 June 1988

40.Driftin’ Too Far From Shore

LB-7235

Radio City Music Hall
New York City, New York
19 October 1988

41.I’ll Remember You

LB-3243

The Studio
New Orleans, Louisiana
12 March 1989

4th Oh Mercy recording session, produced by Daniel Lanois

42.God Knows

LB-5745

The Studio
New Orleans, Louisiana
23 March 1989

9th Oh Mercy recording session, produced by Daniel Lanois

43.Series Of Dreams

LB-5745

International Arena
National Exhibition Center
Birmingham, England
7 June 1989

44.Congratulations

LB-7250;

PanathenaÃŒkos Stadio
Athens, Greece
28 June 1989

45.Every Grain Of Sand

The only acoustic version of Every Grain Of Sand during The Never-Ending Tour.

LB-7240;

Kingswood Music Theatre
Maple, Ontario, Canada
29 July 1989

46.Trouble

LB-7256

The Beacon Theatre
New York City, New York
12 October 1989

47.What Good Am I?
48.Most Of The Time

LB-7268;

The Beacon Theatre
New York City, New York
13 October 1989

49.Man In The Long Black Coat

Live debut of Man In The Long Black Coat.

LB-1872

Mid-Hudson Arena
Poughkeepsie, New York
20 October 1989

50.Ring Them Bells

Debut for Ring Them Bells.
First concert where Bob Dylan plays piano during The Never-Ending Tour.

LB-1777

Ben Light Gymnasium
Ithaca College
Ithaca, New York
29 October 1989

51.Disease Of Conceit

LB-2246

Van Morrison – Who’s Grumpy?

VAN MORRISON
“Who`s Grumpy ?”
1974 – 2002
A brave compilation by NK

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audience recordings

Setlist (changed from the original title into Van`s outburst as theme)

1. I`m Not Interested In Bootlegs 2:10
2. If You Don`t Like It Go Fuck Yourself 7:37
3. For Those On The Internet – Fuck You 6:34
4. Stickin` In The Who ? 7:13
5. Bobby`s Gone To Bed 0:50
6. Quickie Moondance 1:47
7. Back On The Fucking Top 4:20
8. Alles Kaputt 1:33
9. …Shut The Fuck Up There 6:19
10. Pickin` Up Your Nazi Uniform From The Floor 5:22
11. I Don`t Do Those Fucking Songs No More 0:12

that`s why we love Van 🙂

artwork included !

This is volume 1
if you know more outbursts of Van or other funny spoken
words taped, please let me know, i`ll make volume 2 as well.

Grateful Dead – Telluride, CO (08/16/87)

Grateful Dead
08/16/87
Town Park
Telluride, CO

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This is a flac encoded & tagged version of shnid: 4170
source: PreFM > Rm > DAT > CDR > EAC > SHN

DAE (EAC – secure mode, offsets in place, sector boundaries confirmed with shntool).
seeded to etree 6/2001 – C. Ladner

–Set 1–
101-d1t01 – Mississippi Half-Step Uptown Toodleloo ->
102-d1t02 – Little Red Rooster
103-d1t03 – Iko Iko
104-d1t04 – Beer Barrel Polka Tuning
105-d1t05 – Far From Me
106-d1t06 – West L.A. Fadeaway
107-d1t07 – When I Paint My Masterpiece
108-d1t08 – Big Railroad Blues ->
109-d1t09 – The Promised Land

–Set 2–
201-d1t10 – When Push Comes To Shove ->
202-d1t11 – Samson & Delilah ->
203-d2t01 – He’s Gone ->
204-d2t02 – Drums ->
205-d2t03 – Space ->
206-d2t04 – The Other One ->
207-d2t05 – Truckin’ ->
208-d2t06 – Black Peter ->
209-d2t07 – Good Lovin’ // crowd

–Encore–
210-d2t08 – Touch of Gray ->
211-d2t09 – Brokedown Palace

known flaws:
d1t11/d2t01: brief repeat of material at disc change
d2t06: digi pop @ 7:19
d2t07: song cuts @ 6:56

Brent Mydland – Unreleased Solo Album

Brent Mydland
Solo Album (Unreleased)
Possibly recorded in 1982

Download FLAC: Google Drive

Source: Studio Mixes > MC (Betty’s) > DAT > Mastering (Custom Analog & Digital 05-10 ) > WAV
Lineage: WAV > FLAC [7]
Recording Engineer: Betty Cantor
Original Cassette Master > DAT Transfer: Jim Blackwood
Mastering: Jim Blackwood
Mastering assistance: Jamie Waddell
sonically restored/mastered – June 12, 2010

01 Inlay It In Your Heart
02 Tons Of Steel
03 Dreams
04 Maybe You Know
05 Nobody’s
06 See The Other Side
07 Long Way To Go
08 Take One

Bob Dylan – In the Cradle I Should Have Died, 1992 Summer Tour of Europe

Bob Dylan
IN THE CRADLE I SHOULD HAVE DIED
the 1992 summer tour of european festivals

Download: MP3@320

Nellie over at Expecting Rain shared the FLAC files at one point but all the links are down. If anyone has them please share.

Pink Panther Records

There is a lot of rubbish written about the 1992 European Summer Tour, like:
– he played festivals, with poor sound & drunk crowds who didn’t know his songs,
– he was always drunk himself,
– Bob only plays his “greatest hits” for short festival sets
– Bob wasn’t trying
– the band had run out of steam.

Really?!

From 26 June to 12 July (17 days) Bob played 11 concerts, all with radically different setlists.
He played a lot of rare & rarely heard material, including some for the first & last time.

Of the 59 songs played (they are all here), he played 21 songs only once & another seven songs only twice.
Only one song (All Along The Watchtower) was played at all 11 concerts.
He performed in four countries (Sweden, France, Italy & Switzerland).
If you think Bob wasn’t trying, you try performing 11 concerts & 59 different songs in four different countries in 17 days.
To do this, you need to work hard & plan ahead.
& the quality of the performances – here they are so you can judge for yourself. I think they are very good & more than often inspired.
& the sound quality – very good to excellent. This was the early days of DAT recorders but there were still a lot of analogue tapers.
This is, in my opinion, very good Bob & to hell with those who disagree.
The Dunkerque concert is exceptional & is included in its entitity. There hasn’t been so much noise there since the D-Day landings in WW2.

Statistics for this compilation (yes, lies, damn lies & statistics masquerading as facts)

59 ball-tearing, sensational tracks
59 different songs
11 concerts are represented here (from the total of 11 concerts)
6 hours & 5 minutes of music
1 bob

Sjˆslaget, Stora scenen
Vattenfalls parkeringsplats
Norra hamnen
LuleÂ, Sweden
26 June 1992

1.Lay, Lady, Lay
2.Little Moses (Bert A. Williams/Earle C. Jones)
3.West LA Fadeaway (Jerry Garcia/Robert Hunter)
4.Mr Tambourine Man
5.The Times They Are A-Changin’

Monitor sound problems made Dylan angry and he refused to play the usual last acoustic encore.

LB-5168;
Taper: Pop Life;
Equipment: cassette tape (DAT A) >
audio CDR > Nero Wav > TLH FLAC

Tr‰dgÂrdsfˆreningen
Gothenburg, Sweden
28 June 1992

6.I Don’t Believe You (She Acts Like We Never Have Met)
7.Shelter From The Storm
8.Rainy Day Women #12 & 35

LB-5080;
Remaster: Madhasse

Cote d’Opale, Kursaal
Dunkerque, France
30 June 1992

9.Don’t Let Your Deal Go Down (trad.)
10.You’re A Big Girl Now
11.Seeing The Real You At Last
12.Just Like A Woman
13.Tangled Up In Blue
14.What Good Am I?
15.Maggie’s Farm
16.Love Minus Zero / No Limit
17.Girl On The Green Briar Shore (trad.)
18.A Hard Rain’s A-Gonna Fall
19.It’s All Over Now, Baby Blue
20.Everything Is Broken
21.Idiot Wind
22.I & I
23.Highway 61 Revisited
24.Silvio (Bob Dylan & Robert Hunter)
25.All Along The Watchtower
26.Blowin’ In The Wind

LB-4526;
Equipment: CDrs received in trade > EAC >
Flac level 8 > Maketorrent 7 > uTorrent->Hungercity

Parc des Expositions
Reims, France
1 July 1992

27.Watching The River Flow
28.The Roving Blade (trad.)
29.Desolation Row
30.I’ll Remember You
31.Ballad Of A Thin Man

LB-2683;
xref-00003;
Equipment: Sennheiser Mics > DAT > WAV >
Soundforge 6.0 > CD Wave > CD > EAC > WAV > FLAC

Les EurockËnnes de Belfort
Base Nautiques des Maulsaucy
Belfort, France
2 July 1992

32.A Hazy Shade Of Winter (Paul Simon)
33.Simple Twist Of Fate
34.Gates Of Eden

LB-3456;
Equipment: Master mit Sony WMD6C +
Microphon Sony ECM 155 double + Maxell MX

Porta Siberia
Genua, Italy
4 July 1992

35.Girl Of The North Country
36.It Ain’t Me, Babe
37.Cat’s In The Well
38.Lenny Bruce

LB-5900;
Taper: Legendary Taper J (LTJ);
Equipment: Sennheiser MKE 2002 (?) > portable DATrecorder – clone >
(digital transfer) m-audio delta audiophile 2496 > Wavelab > tlh

Festa Communale Unita
Correggio, Italy
5 July 1992

39.I Believe In You
40.Folsom Prison Blues (Johnny Cash)
41.Don’t Think Twice, It’s All Right
42.She Belongs To Me

LB-8575;
Taper: Legendary Taper J (LTJ);
Equipment: Sennheiser MKE 2002 >
portable DATrecorder – clone >
(digital transfer) m-audio delta audiophile 2496 >
Wavelab > ssrc > cdwave, tracking > tlh

Hippodromo di Maia
Merano, Italy
7 July 1992

43.2 x 2
44.Every Grain Of Sand
45.I Dreamed I Saw St. Augustine

LB-5972;
Taper: Legendary Taper J (LTJ);
Equipment: Sennheiser MKE 2002 (?) > portable DATrecorder – clone >
(digital transfer) m-audio delta audiophile 2496 > Wavelab > tlh

Arena Croix Noir
Aosta, Italy
8 July 1992

46.Pretty Peggy-O (trad. arr. Bob Dylan)
47.Senor (Tales Of Yankee Power)
48.The Lonesome Death Of Hattie Carroll
49.Man In The Long Black Coat

LB-3507

Leysin Rock Festival
Centre des Sports Leysin
Leysin, Switzerland
10 July 1992

50.Friend Of The Devil (Jerry Garcia/Robert Hunter/John Dawson)
51.Around And Around (Chuck Berry)

LB-4557

Pinede de Juan-les-Pins
Juan-les-Pins, France
12 July 1992

52.Hey Joe (Billy Roberts)
53.I Want You
54.Just Like Tom Thumb’s Blues
55.I’ll Be Your Baby Tonight
56.Stuck Inside Of Mobile With The Memphis Blues Again
57.To Ramona
58.Joey (Bob Dylan & Jacques Levy)
59.Like A Rolling Stone

LB-2768;
Taper: SM;
Equipment: Sennheiser Mics > Sony TC-D5M >
Master TDK-SA > CD-A(2) > EAC > WAV > FLACFrontend > FLAC

Bob Dylan – Balls to the Wall: Basement to Nashville

BOB Dylan & GE SMITH
BALLS TO THE WALL – BASEMENT TO NASHVILLE
Pink Panther Records

Download MP3: Google Drive

Patras Festival
Ethniko Stadio
Patras, Greece
26 June 1989

1.Tears Of Rage (Bob Dylan & Richard Manuel)

The Muny
Forest Park
St. Louis, Missouri
17 June 1988

2.I Shall Be Released

Shoreline Amphitheatre
Mountain View, California
11 June 1988

3.I Dreamed I Saw St. Augustine

Jones Beach Theater
Jones Beach State Park
Wantagh, New York
30 June 1988

4.All Along The Watchtower

Old Orchard Beach Ballpark
Old Orchard Beach
Portland, Maine
3 July 1988

5.The Ballad Of Frankie Lee And Judas Priest

Unidentified Studio
New York City, New York
22 November 1987

G.E.Smith audition.

6.I’ll Be Your Baby Tonight

Theatre de Grand Rex
Paris, France
31 January 1990

7.To Be Alone With You

Sambodromo
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
25 January 1990

8.Lay, Lady, Lay

Hammersmith Odeon
London, England
7 February 1990

9.Tonight I’ll Be Staying Here With You

Band: Bob Dylan (vocal & guitar), G. E. Smith (guitar), Tony Garnier (bass), Christopher Parker (drums).

Statenhal
The Hague, The Netherlands
10 June 1989

10.I’ll Be Your Baby Tonight

O’Keefe Centre For The Performing Arts
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
6 June 1990

11.Early Morning Rain (Gordon Lightfoot)

The Muny
Forest Park
St. Louis, Missouri
17 June 1988

12.The Man In Me

Saratoga Performing Arts Center
Saratoga Springs, New York
26 June 1988

13.Watching The River Flow

Stadio Lamberti
Cava de’Tirreni, Italy
21 June 1989

14.Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door

Bob Dylan – The Blind Horse That Leads You Around, 1992

Bob Dylan
1992 THE BLIND HORSE THAT LEADS YOU AROUND
Pink Panther Records
1992 United States Spring West Coast Tour

Download MP3@320: Amazon Drive

As far as I can tell this comp was never uploaded in FLAC. – Mat

all sourced from 100% lossless FLAC from best available sound sources.
mp3@320kbps converted from FLAC using NCH Switch Pro.

This is a beautiful, controlled tour leg with much to offer.
The band is very tight, having just completed an extraordinary tour of Australia and New Zealand.
Although Bob continues to experiment with new or traditional songs, the emphasis here is on his own back catalogue.
Bob plays an enormous amount of harmonica, and he seems genuinely interested in good performances.
Portable DAT recorders are starting to appear, with quantum improvements in sound quality,
but digitial is still an occasional windfall – so we keep jumping from black & white to colour & back again.
It is very difficult to dislike anything here – there are no lows
but there are also few highs where you stop everything you are doing and just listen.
BUT the few highs (& I am not going to name them for you) are more than extraordinary.
& then there is Mr Tambourine Man – you cannot even catagorise that happens here.
Great sound (for the most part), focused Bob, well-rehearsed band – lap it up!.

All 55 songs played on the tour leg are here. There is debate about whether Disease of Conceit was played
on 19 May in Los Angeles. The “track” on the single circulating tape of this concert has a Grateful Dead track
which is not Disease Of Conceit so I am assuming (like Jokerman) that it was not played.

The downside is Bob’s vocals – which are all over the place from extreme nasal to truly beautiful.
The Hawaiian concerts are horrible nasal (except for a few songs which make you weep with joy – you work it out, I can’t).
& what happens when you take the tune from an old folk ballad (Golden Vanity),
mess with the words & electrify it to scare even Hendrix – Under The Red Sky, of course!

Statistics for this compilation (yes, lies, damn lies & statistics masquerading as facts)

55 ball-tearing, sensational tracks
55 different songs
16 concerts are represented here (from the total of 21 concerts)
5 hours & 7 minutes of music
1 bob

The setlists alternated radically from night to night.
Only five songs were played at all 21 concerts, and only 14 songs were played more than ten times.
13 songs were played only once, with 34 songs being played five times or less.

Royal Lahanina Tennis Stadium
Maui, Hawaii
22 April 1992

01.Lay, Lady, Lay
02.She Belongs To Me
03.Visions Of Johanna

LB-3985

Waikiki Shell
Waikiki, Hawaii
24 April 1992

04.Stuck Inside Of Mobile With The Memphis Blues Again
05.Golden Vanity (trad.)

LB-6830;
Paradise, Hawaiian Style (QR Records / QR 11-12)

Paramount Theater
Seattle, Washington
27 April 1992

06.A Hard Rain’s A-Gonna Fall

LB-5774;
Taper: Legendary Taper D (LTD);
Equipment: Sennheiser MKE2002 > portable DATrecorder – clone >
(digital transfer) m-audio delta audiophile 2496 >
Wavelab > cdwave for tracking > tlh

Paramount Theater
Seattle, Washington
28 April 1992

07.Sally Sue Brown (J. Alexander – E. Montgomery – T. Stafford)
08.Simple Twist Of Fate
09.Watching The River Flow
10.Female Rambling Sailor (trad.)
11.Shooting Star
12.Ballad Of A Thin Man

LB-3969

The Hult Center For The Performing Arts
Eugene, Oregon
30 April 1992

13.Black Muddy River (Jerry Garcia/Robert Hunter)
14.Everything Is Broken

LB-3969

J. T. Grace Pavilion
Sonoma County Fair Grandstand
Santa Rosa, California
2 May 1992

15.Rainy Day Women # 12 & 35
16.Positively 4th Street
17.Union Sundown
18.Just Like A Woman
19.Tangled Up In Blue
20.To Be Alone With You
21.Mr Tambourine Man
22.Maggie’s Farm
23.Absolutely Sweet Marie
24.All Along The Watchtower
25.Blowin’ In The Wind

LB-4030

The Warfield Theater
San Francisco, California
4 May 1992

26.Every Grain Of Sand
27.I’ll Be Your Baby Tonight
28.Love Minus Zero / No Limit
29.The Lonesome Death Of Hattie Carroll
30.Desolation Row
31.Cat’s In The Well
32.Idiot Wind
33.The Times They Are A-Changin’
34.Highway 61 Revisited

LB-7087;
The Warfield (Flashback / 09.92.0192)

Berkeley Community Theatre
Berkeley, California
8 May 1992

35.If Not For You
36.Drifter’s Escape
37.I Don’t Believe You (She Acts Like We Never Have Met)
38.Don’t Think Twice, It’s All Right

LB-8718;
Taper: Da Weez;
Master: D5scott;
Location: 12th row, 6 seats left of center;
Equipment: 2 Neumann KM4’s >
Sony TC-D5M – analog master cassettes – Maxell MX90’s;
Transfer: Sony TC-D5M (original record deck) >
Pre Sonus Inspire GT > Sound Forge > .wav files >

San JosÈ Event State Center
San JosÈ, California
9 May 1992

39.Most Of The Time
40.Shelter From The Storm
41.Little Moses (Bert A. Williams/Earle C. Jones)
42.Boots Of Spanish Leather
43.It’s All Over Now, Baby Blue

LB-6833;
San Jose Revisited (Kiss The Stone / KTS 093)

The Arlington Theater
Santa Barbara, California
11 May 1992

44.Queen Jane Approximately

LB-5938;
Legendary Taper D (LTD);
Equipment: Sennheiser MKE2002 > portable DATrecorder – clone >
(digital transfer) m-audio delta audiophile 2496 >
Wavelab > cdwave for tracking > tlh

The Pantages Theater
Hollywood
Los Angeles, California
13 May 1992

45.John Brown

LB-4192

The Pantages Theater
Hollywood
Los Angeles, California
14 May 1992

46.Delia (traditional, arranged by Bob Dylan)
47.Under The Red Sky
48.Like A Rolling Stone

LB-4015

The Pantages Theater
Hollywood
Los Angeles, California
16 May 1992

49.Friend Of The Devil (Jerry Garcia/Robert Hunter/John Dawson)
50.Gates Of Eden

LB-4012

The Pantages Theater
Hollywood
Los Angeles, California
19 May 1992

51.That Lucky Old Sun (Haven Gillespie-Beasley Smith)

LB-4013

The Pantages Theater
Hollywood
Los Angeles, California
21 May 1992

52.Seeing The Real You At Last
53.What Good Am I?
54.Lenny Bruce

LB-4068

Bally’s Goldwin Events Center
Las Vegas, Nevada
23 May 1992

55.Joey (Bob Dylan & Jacques Levy)

LB-1211;
Taper: MJS;
Equipment: Sonic Studios DSM6 >
Sony TCD-D3 DAT > M-Audio Audiphile 2496