Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Bob Dylan – New York, NY (11/17/93)

bob dylan - new york - 1993 - supper club soundboards

Bob Dylan
The Supper Club
New York City, New York.
November 17th 1993
Late Show

Download: FLAC/MP3


I’ve previously posted the previous night’s show at the supperclub (LB-9366) here and The Complete Supper Club (LB-6207) here. I have updated the Complete Supper Club as I believe my previous posting was missing a song or two from the MP3 files.

Soundboard: excellent quality

Bootleg-silver>eac>flac-level8>EF CheckSum Manager>btcompletedir>hc>you
Bootleg WLR-2062

Tracks 6 and 8 on disc 2 fixed with cool edit.


1.) Ragged And Dirty (acoustic w band)
2.) Lay Lady Lay (acoustic w band)
3.) Tight Connection To My Heart (Has Anybody Seen My Love) (acoustic w band)
4.) Weeping Willow (acoustic w band)
5.) Delia (acoustic w band)
6.) Jim Jones (acoustic w band)
7.) Queen Jane Approximately (acoustic w band)
8.) Ring Them Bells (acoustic w band)
9.) Jack-A-Roe (acoustic w band)
10.) Forever Young (acoustic w band)
11.) I Shall Be Released (acoustic w band)

Total Time = 67:37

Bootleg Bonanza: Bob Weir – Live Comp

bob weir 2007

Bob Weir
Live Compilation

Download MP3@320

Peggy-O (Live At State Theater, Portland, ME 5/1/12)
Ripple (Live At Bearsville Theater, Woodstock, NY 9/3/11)
Althea (Live On The Late Late Show 2/5/15)
Maggies Farm (Live At The Colonial Theater, Pittsfield, MA 4/29/12)
When I Paint My Masterpiece( Live At The Pearl Theater, Las Vegas, NV 3/1/13)
Most Of The Time> Fire Alarm (Live At The Colonial Theatre, Pittsfield, MA 4/29/12)
No Smoking (Live At The Colonial Theatre, Pittsfield, MA 4/29/12)
Sugar Magnolia (Live At State Theater, Portland, ME 5/1/12)
Desolation Row (Live At The Colonial Theater, Pittsfield, MA 4/29/12)
The Music Never Stopped (Live At The Colonial Theatre, Pittsfield, MA 4/29/12)
Throwing Stones (Live At Bearsville Theatre, Woodstock, NY 9/3/11)
Friend Of The Devil (Live At The Kirby Center, Wilkes-Barre, PA 4/27/12)
Sugar Magnolia (Live At The Pearl Theater, Las Vegas, NV 3/1/13)
Box Of Rain (Live At State Theater, Portland, ME 5/1/12)
Playin’ In the Band (Live At The Kirby Center, Wilkes-Barre, PA 4/27/12)
The Music Never Stopped (Live At The Paramount Theater, Denver, CO 12/12/13)
Truckin’ (Live On The Late Late Show 2/5/15)
Casey Jones (Live At The Orpheum Theatre, Madison, WI)
A Hard Rain’s A Gonna Fall (Live at NYCB Theatre, Westbury, NY 4/28/12)
Most Of The Time (Live At The Paramount Theater, Denver, CO 12/12/13)
Peggy-O (Live At Bearsville Theatre, Woodstock, NY 9/3/11)
Brokedown Palce (Live At Kirby Center, Wilkes-Barre, PA 4/27/12)
All Along the Watchtower (Live At The Paramount Theater, Denver, CO 12/12/13)
Jailhouse Rock (Live At State Theater, Portland, ME 5/1/12)
Maggie’s Farm (Live At The Paramount Theater, Denver, CO 12/12/13)
Peggy-O (Live At The Paramount Theater, Denver, CO 12/12/13)
Friend Of The Devil (Live At State Theater, Portland, ME 5/1/12)
She Belongs To Me (Live At Bearsville Theater, Woodstock, NY 9/3/11)
Ripple (Live at NYCB Theatre, Westbury, NY 4/28/12)
Greatest Story Ever Told (Live At The Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco, CA 2/14/95)
Most Of The Time (Live At The Colonial Theatre, Pittsfield, MA 4/29/12)
When I Paint My Masterpiece (Live At The Kirby Center, Wilkes-Barre, PA 4/27/12)
Brokedown Palace (Live At The Colonial Theatre, Pittsfield, MA 4/29/12)
Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door (Live At The Pearl Theater, Las Vegas, NV 3/1/13)

This is weird. I have been slowly going through all the Amazon files I’ve uploaded over the last few years. I’m double checking everything to ensure I actually posted every show and then tagging them, updating photos when necessary, and sorting them into artists folders. I’m in the middle of that big Beatles comp I posted awhile back when suddenly this thing shows up. I originally uploaded it November of last year. I have the vaguest of memories of grabbing it from somewhere, but where I cannot remember. No idea why it suddenly popped up again.  I couldn’t find it posted anywhere so I think it should be new to everyone.

Whatever its a cool little Bob comp. It is mostly him playing solo acoustic. Sound quality is generally terrific. So if you love Bobby like I do grab this post haste. – Mat

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Bruce Springsteen – Buffalo, NY (11/22/09)

bruce springsteen greetings from buffalo dream night - 2009

Bruce Springsteen
Greetings From Buffalo Dream Night Upgrade
Crystal Cat Records, CC 978-980
HSBC Arena
Buffalo, NY, USA
November 22 2009

Links removed, officially released.

Original Silver Discs –> EAC (Secure) –> Waw –> Flac Level 8 & Align
EAC Log Files, md5 Files (Flac & Waw), Disc Scans Included

101 – Intro
102 – Wrecking Ball
103 – The Ties That Bind
104 – Hungry Heart
105 – Working On A Dream
106 – Introducing Greetings
107 – Blinded By The Light
108 – Growin’ Up
109 – Mary Queen Of Arkansas
110 – Does This Bus Stop At 82nd Street
111 – Lost In The Flood
112 – The Angel
113 – For You
114 – Spirit In The Night
115 – It’s Hard To Be A Saint In The City

201 – Waitin’ On A Sunny Day
202 – The Promised Land
203 – Restless Nights
204 – Surprise Surprise
205 – Green Onions
206 – Merry Christmas Baby
207 – Santa Claus Is Comin’ To Town
208 – (I Don’t Want To) Hang Up My Rock And Roll Shoes
209 – Boom Boom
210 – My Love Will Not Let You Down
211 – Long Walk Home
212 – The Rising
213 – Born To Run
214 – Tenth Avenue Freeze Out

301 – Intro
302 – I’ll Work For Your Love
303 – Thunder Road
304 – American Land
305 – Dancing In The Dark
306 – Rosalita
307 – Higher And Higher
308 – Rockin’ All Over The World
309 – My Generation*
310 – The Wrestler*
311 – This Life*
312 – Detroit Medley*
313 – Wooly Bully*

* = Bonus Tracks

309-313 Bryce Jordan Center, Penn State University, University Park, PA, USA, May 08 2009

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Bruce Springsteen – Dublin, Ireland (05/06/06)

bruce springsteen - seeger sessions band

Bruce Springsteen
Silent T – The Seeger Sessions in Dublin
Point Depot
Dublin, Ireland

Download: FLAC/MP3

CD-R (taper, equipment unknown) > CDEX > FLAC

01 – O Mary Don’t You Weep
02 – John Henry
03 – Johnny 99
04 – Old Dan Tucker
05 – Eyes on the Prize
06 – Jesse James
07 – Adam Raised a Cain
08 – Erie Canal
09 – My Oklahoma Home
10 – Mrs. McGrath
11 – How Can a Poor Man Stand Such Times and Live?
12 – Jacob’s Ladder
13 – We Shall Overcome
14 – Open All Night
15 – Pay Me My Money Down
16 – My City of Ruins
17 – Buffalo Gals
18 – You Can Look (But You Better Not Touch)
19 – When the Saints Go Marching In

From the original uploader:
Here, somewhat belatedly, is the first European show, and arguably the first show of the tour proper.

I was there and it was an amazing show, real fun, with a very eager audience.

The title is a reference to the correct pronunciation of “McGrath”. He explains how he was chastised about this in the intro, which is at the end of the track with ‘My Oklahoma Home’. The pronunciation regressed on the subsequent BBC concert, so while the setlist may not be unique, this show may be only one with him getting that surname right!

The sound quality is ok, but could do with some improvement. Rather than fiddle with it, I have left this exactly as on the CD-Rs, so someone with better software and mixing skills will have an untainted source. If someone would like to do a remix, here are some areas in need of attention:
* The volume level is low and need normalising.
* May need more bass.
* There is some hiss on ‘s’ sounds, I noticed this on ‘My City of Ruins’

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Bruce Springsteen – Mobile, AL (02/21/81)

bruce springsteen - mobile 1981 - a night of singing dancing and howling

Bruce Springsteen
A Night Of Singing, Dancing & Howling
‘Label’: Ev2
February 21, 1981.
Municipal Auditorium, Mobile, AL

Master Cassettes (TDK-SA-90)> 1G safety copy TDK-SA-90>
TEAC cassette deck> JVC 5010 standalone> TDK Audio CDR’s (0)
Conversion: TDK Audio CDR’s (0) > EAC (Secure Mode) > TLH > Flac

TAPER: Freezer

Download: FLAC/MP3

Disc One:
01 Prove It All Night
02 Two Hearts
03 Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out
04 Darkness On The Edge Of Town
05 Independence Day
06 Who’ll Stop The Rain?
07 The Promised Land
08 Out In The Street
09 Intro / “Fight To Make This True”
10 This Land Is Your Land
11 Piano Intro
12 The River
13 Badlands
14 Thunder Road

Disc Two:
01 Cadillac Ranch
02 Sherry Darling
03 Hungry Heart
04 Fire
05 You Can Look (But You Better Not Touch)
06 4th Of July, Asbury Park (Sandy)
07 For You
08 Wreck On The Highway
09 Point Blank
10 Candy’s Room
11 Ramrod
12 Rosalita (Come Out Tonight)

Disc Three:
01 I’m A Rocker
02 Jungleland
03 Born To Run
04 Detroit Medley (w/ I Hear A Train)

05 Intro / “I asked Him Where Vietnam Was”
06 The River
07 War
08 The Promised Land
09 I’m On Fire
10 Intro / “My Favorite Elvis Song”
11 Can’t Help Falling In Love

Disc 3 tracks 5 – 10: Memorial Coliseum, Los Angeles, CA. September 29, 1985. (MarkP)


A very good audience tape, with the only problem being the taper’s girlfriend shouting and screaming A LOT.
She screams almost all the time through ’10th Avenue’ but other than that, I can’t say it bothers that much –
I’d say it pissed me off the most when she keeps screaming during the quiet parts of Jungleland.
I don’t usually get any recordings with a lot of screaming/shouting near taper, but on this show the good sound makes up for it enough.

Thanks a lot to mr. Freezer for taping the show and sharing this gem.

Little editing note: Reduced volume during some screaming parts between songs. One of the great performances of Sandy.


Taper Notes:

I had a girlfriend who wanted to “sing” along all night. And she is LOUD and off-key and out of time
(you’ll love the first few songs in set 2…….) IF I had pulled that whistle out, she’d have
tooted it all night, her singing is bad enough….but it can be ignored IF you’re really a Boss fan….
(I was, this was my 7th show since 1975….in 1976 I had seat ! in row A and he jumped off the
stage in front of me while I was taping, looked at me, laughed and ran out into the audience……)
But as regards my then-girlfriend:
You’ll thrill to her duet with Bruce on Hungry Heart……
You’ll marvel at her version of Sherry Darlin’…..
You’ll be shaking your head as she joins in on the choruses of Fire….
You’ll be pissed off at me for not telling her to shut up…
But, hey, I was “in love” … she was so cute…..but she kept quiet through other shows, bands
like Ramones, Squeeze, John Cale, The Who, Snakefinger……I figured I owed her a night to get
sloppy drunk and sing and dance and howl at a concert…..Now, you too will get a chance to enjoy
her 25 years after the fact……Freezer

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Bruce Springsteen – Toronto, Canada (01/21/81)

bruce springsteen - toronto - 19810121_front

Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band
Maple Leaf Gardens
Toronto, ON
January 21, 1981

Download: FLAC/MP3

mackeck master via JEMS

Recording Gear: handheld portable cassette recorder with built-in mic

2013 Transfer: Maxell UD-90 master cassettes > Nakamichi CR-7A (azimuth-adjusted) > Sound Devices USBPre2 (24/96 Audacity 2.0 capture) > iZotope RX 3 click removal and gap fixes > iZotope MBIT+ convert to 16/44.1 .wav > Peak Pro XT (patch / edit / index) > xACT > FLAC

Seamless transfer, suggested CD breaks below…

101 Night
102 Out In The Street
103 Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out
104 Darkness On The Edge Of Town
105 Independence Day (10 second patch)
106 Who’ll Stop The Rain
107 Prove It All Night
108 Two Hearts
109 The Promised Land
110 The Price You Pay
111 The River
112 Badlands
113 Thunder Road
201 Cadillac Ranch
202 Sherry Darling
203 Hungry Heart
204 Fire
205 You Can Look (But You Better Not Touch)
206 4th Of July, Asbury Park (Sandy)
207 Growin’ Up
208 Fade Away
209 Stolen Car
210 Wreck On The Highway
211 Candy’s Room
212 Ramrod
213 Backstreets
301 Rosalita (Come Out Tonight) (7 second patch)
302 I’m A Rocker
303 Jungleland
304 Born To Run
305 Detroit Medley
306 Raise Your Hand

Known faults:
-Independence Day: 7 seconds patched with Recorder 2 (pitch corrected)
-Rosalita: 10 seconds patched with Recorder 1 (pitch corrected)
-Several recorder bumps were removed, 1 or 2 remain that could not be seamlessly removed

JEMS is pleased to present a previously uncirculated and complete master recording of the second night of Toronto ’81. It’s also the second show from the work of the taper(s) mackeck.

d.j.mackeck reached out earlier this year to report that his dad had recorded several Bruce shows between 1978 and 1984 in their hometown of Toronto, as well as cities within spitting distance like Detroit and Buffalo. He was kind enough to ship an initial batch of three masters, from which we made fresh transfers here at JEMS South.

The shows were recorded on a small portable recorder with built-in mic (likely a Toshiba or Sony, but memories have faded) in mono. As with the Buffalo ’80 recording, mackeck manages to avoid most audience chatter or noise, yielding a recording that is clear, relatively close, consistent and highly listenable. It only needed two small patches as noted above.

The only material flaw in this new Toronto recording was again micro gaps, like those found on the Buffalo master, only this time there were even more of them. In 50-60 random spots across the three hours, the recorder cuts out momentarily leaving an audible gap.

On the Toronto recording, the micro gaps are all well under a second in length, though absolutely noticeable. But happily for us, it isn’t 1981 but 2013 and audio technology has come a long way. Using iZotope RX and its magical “Spectral Repair” plug in, JEMS was able to repair the gaps in a manner that should make most of them inaudible to all but the most committed and headphone-wearing trainspotter. It was a more challenging tape to repair than Buffalo, but the end result is still quite remarkable. Samples provided.

As for the show itself, the second night of Toronto is obviously not nearly as well known as the first, for which there is an extant 90 minute soundboard recording (we will be doing mackeck’s 1/20/81 recording next). But like a lot of second nights, it is probably the more spirited performance. These would prove to be the fading days for some River classics, as this would be one of the last ten outings for “The Price You Pay” and “Fade Away,” both of which are sublime here, as are other tour stalwarts, “Stolen Car” and “Wreck on the Highway.” This early in ’81 it is still a classic River tour show, just one you haven’t heard very often.

To take this one the last mile and provide the patching is our comrade and the unchallenged king of multiple source recordings, MJK5510. Thanks to him for final finishing and prepping.

Big big thanks to d.j. mackeck and his dad for loaning JEMS their masters and recording the show in the first place.

Recorder Information
Recorder 1: River Floor Version / ‘From Asbury Park In Love’
Recorder 2: Incomplete 14 song tape transfer (mjk5510)
Recorder 3: ‘Mackeck’ Master Tape Transfer

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Bruce Springsteen – Chicago, IL (10/11/80)

Bruce Springsteen 1980-10-11 Chicago FRONT

Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band
Uptown Theatre
Chicago, Illinois
October 11, 1980
(1st Generation via the DS Archives)

Download: FLAC/MP3

Transfer: 1st Generation Tape > Nakamichi DR-1 (azimuth adjusted) > MacBook Pro > Audacity > Peak Pro XT (volume smoothing / tweak / edit / index) > xACT 2.21 > FLAC

01 Prove It All Night
02 Badlands
03 Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out
04 For You
05 Darkness On The Edge Of Town
06 Wreck On The Highway
07 Factory
08 Jackson Cage
09 Out In The Street
10 The Promised Land
11 The River
12 Racing In The Street
13 Thunder Road
14 Jungleland
15 Good Rockiní Tonight
16 Cadillac Ranch
17 Fire
18 Sherry Darling
19 Here She Comes > I Wanna Marry You
20 The Ties That Bind
21 Point Blank
22 Crush On You
23 Ramrod
24 You Can Look (But You Better Not Touch)
25 Because The Night
26 Stolen Car
27 Backstreets
28 Rosalita (Come Out Tonight)
29 Born To Run
30 Detroit Medley
31 Raise Your Hand

From the original uploader:
This is the first in a series of potential upgrades from longtime taper/trader, Dan Scripsema. First, a little history behind Dan and his archives, Dan began taping & trading in the mid 1970ís after noticing a taper at a Bob Seger show in 1976. He decided heíd purchase a deck himself and give it a go but the cheap deck he bought at the time did not give him the desired results. So, in 1978 , he upgraded to an Aiwa deck with an external mic which improved his quality, however, this rig was short lived after being caught in Kalamazoo, MI and the deck was damaged in the ensuing, as Dan describes it ìconfrontationî. Around this same time he began making contact with other traders and amassing a collection.

In 1979 he invested in a Sony D5 with a shotgun mic but with Bruce off the road at that time it wasnít until 1980 he was really able to put the new rig to use. It was during this time that he and some of his fellow trading buddies organized a national tape traders directory, he obtained vital information from fellow tapers/traders, categorized it and an early version of the tape traders tree was born. This set the group up for the early October start of the River tour. As the River tour took off, Dan covered most of the shows within driving distance of his home in West Michigan. The band of tapers which included such legendary tapers well known here, think Persic, Kivak, JEMS, etc., continued into the summer of 1981.

Before the Detroit shows in July of 1981 there was a gathering of the group at Danís house. From a personal aspect this was a very important gathering for Dan, the group bussed down to Detroit for the shows and it was on this bus trip that Dan met his wife of 33 years. Incidentally, Danís friend and fellow taper Lou Hill met his future wife on this same bus trip.

The collaboration continued for the Born In The USA Tour but as Tunnel Of Love hit the stores the responsibilities of family and fatherhood took over so everything was packed up and put away.

We fast forward to 2005 with things unchanged until a water pipe burst in Danís basement and much of his collection was lost. Luckily for us though, most of the Bruce archives were stored separately and survived.

That brings us to the second night in Chicago 1980, having to miss the first night due to work responsibilities a friend in Chicago hooked him up with tickets for the second night. He decided due to the venue size, not knowing where his seats were located and the fact he already had a friend taping that he would not be taping this show. The friend taping is the source of this 1st generation tape.

The two sold out October Chicago shows in the 4800 seat Uptown Theatre were part of a handful of early River tour theatre shows. These two shows prompted the addition of an arena show on November 20th due to the large number of fans who werenít able to get in to either show.

The early River shows donít seem to suffer from the same sound issues as the early Darkness shows, Clair Brothers Audio didnít appear to have any problems going from arenas to theatres and the sound is dialed in pretty quickly on this night, being the second night in the same venue couldnít have hurt either.
The show itself follows the basic set list for the first leg of the tour and is heavy in River material, the LP having just been released the day before. One slight addition to this show was an early set tour debut of ëFor Youí followed by a songs of despair mini set of ëDarkness On The Edge Of Towní, ëWreck On The Highwayí and ëFactoryí. Two nights later ëWreck On The Highwayí would be moved to its’ permanent place in the second set. Another tour premiere opens the second set in the high energy ëGood Rockiní Tonightí. Any personal recollections of the show have faded with the years.

Not only is this a nice material upgrade in sound, though far from perfect and should not be considered a top tier River show quality wise, but the between song edits found on the circulating versions are completely in tack here making for a much more pleasant and accurate listening experience. This in combination with the theatre setting gives this one a real ìyou are thereî feel absent from the previous releases of this show. The richness of Bruceís vocals comes through nicely, particularly on the slower songs. Samples provided.

At this point there are a handful of people we need to give some thanks to for helping to bring this show to you. First, earlmv for making the initial contact with Dan through Jungleland in regards to this specific show, earlmv put the word out that Dan wanted to get his archives into general circulation but someone was needed in the states to cut down on the cost. Next, oats1jvo picked up the ball with a follow up contact with Dan on how the best way to proceed would be. Oats1jvo put Dan and I in contact with each other and we are off and running. As with all my non JEMS postings, a huge thanks to E from JEMS for the lending of his backup DR-1 so more shows can continue to get into circulation.

And lastly, the biggest thanks to Dan for hanging onto his archives for all those years and his generosity in wanting to share it with us all. Please show your appreciation to all these folks in your comments.

Iím not sure whatís in store down the road but this is a worthy addition and upgrade to Bruceís River Tour legacy.

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Billy Joel – Uniondale, NY (12/11/77)

billy joel - the entertainer in new york - 1977

Billy Joel
The Entertainer In New York
December 11, 1977
Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum
Uniondale, NY, USA
Main Stream
Source: Silvers > EAC > WAV > jetAudio > FLAC

Download: FLAC/MP3

Disc 1
01 Soundcheck / Introduction
02 The Mexican Connection
03 The Stranger
04 Somewhere Along The Line
05 Summer, Highland Falls
06 Piano Man
07 Scenes From An Italian Restaurant
08 Travelin’ Prayer
09 Movin’ Out (Anthony’s Song)
10 Still Crazy After All These Years
11 Just The Way You Are
12 Prelude / Angry Young Man
13 New York State Of Mind

Disc 2
01 The Entertainer
02 Vienna
03 Root Beer Rag
04 She’s Always A Woman
05 I’ve Loved These Days
06 Miami 2017 (Seen The Lights Go Out On Broadway)
07 The Ballad Of Billy The Kid
08 Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas / Captain Jack
09 Say Goodbye To Hollywood
10 Only The Good Die Young
11 Get It Right The First Time
12 Souvenir

Artwork denotes wrong track list.

Disc 2 Track 8: Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas
Disc 2 Track 9: Captain Jack

Disc 2 Track 8: Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas / Captain Jack

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Bob Dylan – Melbourne, Australia (03/20/78)


Bob Dylan
March 20, 1978
Myer Music Bowl
Melbourne, Australia

Download: FLAC/MP3

unknown AUD [presumably low generation] > ? > CD > EAC > Soundforge 6.0 > FLAC

Disc 1 [44:12.28]

likely missing:
A Hard Rain’s A-Gonna Fall (instrumental)

01 // Love Her With A Feeling [02:09.00]
02 Mr. Tambourine Man [05:00.03]
03 I Threw It All Away [05:06.00]
04 Shelter From The Storm [04:49.59]
05 Love Minus Zero / No Limit [03:36.70]
06 Girl From The North Country [05:45.15]
07 Ballad Of A Thin Man [04:36.04]
08 Maggie’s Farm [04:38.43]
09 I Donít Believe You (She Acts Like We Never Have Met) [04:35.16] %

likely missing:
Like A Rolling Stone
I Shall Be Released

10 Going, Going, Gone [03:55.43]

Disc 2 [43:47.62]

01 One Of Us Must Know (Sooner Or Later) [04:38.11]
02 You’re A Big Girl Now [04:48.07]
03 One More Cup Of Coffee (Valley Below) [04:12.13]
04 Blowin’ In The Wind [04:42.20]
05 I Want You [02:55.39]
06 Don’t Think Twice, It’s All Right [05:13.14] %
07 // Just Like A Woman [04:49.64]
08 Oh, Sister [04:12.45]
09 To Ramona [04:34.71]
10 All Along The Watchtower [03:41.03]

likely missing:
The Man In Me
All I Really Want To Do
It’s Alright, Ma (I’m Only Bleeding)
Forever Young
The Times They Are A-Changin’
Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door

Bob Dylan – vocal, guitar, harmonica
Billy Cross – lead guitar
Alan Pasqua – keyboards
Steven Soles – rhythm guitar, backup vocals
David Mansfield – violin & mandolin
Steve Douglas – saxophone, trumpet
Rob Stoner – bass
Bobbye Hall – percussion
Ian Wallace – drums
Helena Springs, Jo Ann Harris, Debbie Dye – background vocals

I did not harm the sound of the recordings in any way. My CD copy received in a trade has d1t10, but it is not in ANY listing I’ve seen !
Soundquality of the track compared to the rest of the show makes it likely that it is in fact from this show, but of course there still remains some doubt …
d1t08 cuts @ 0:58, about 30 seconds missing. d1t01 and d2t07 slightly incomplete at start. d2t03 4’06” to d2t04 0’04” patched from old cassette of same master.
all other flaws on both versions and also on LB-4164

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Bob Dylan – Adelaide, Australia (03/18/78)


Bob Dylan
Adelaide, Australia

Download: FLAC/MP3

(57min+76min), good sound
pop at d2t17 4:38 after music during applause

1 A Hard Rain’s A-Gonna Fall (instrumental)
2 Love Her With A Feeling
3 Mr., Tambourine Man
4 I Threw It All Away
5 Shelter From The Storm
6 Love Minus, Zero/No Limit
7 Girl From The North Country 8 Ballad Of A Thin Man
9 Maggie’s Farm
10 To Ramona
11 Like A Rolling Stone
12 I Shall Be Released
13 Going, Going, Gone

1 One Of Us Must Know (Sooner Or Later)
2 You’re A Big Girl, Now
3 One More Cup Of Coffee (Valley Below)
4 Blowin’ In The Wind
5 I Want You
6 Don’t Think Twice, It’s All Right
7 Just Like A Woman
8 Oh, Sister
9 Simple, Twist Of Fate
10 l Along The Watchtower
11 The Man In Me
12 All I Really Want, To Do
13 band intros
14 It’s Alright, Ma (I’m Only Bleeding)
15 Forever Young
16 The Times They, Are A-Changin’
17 Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door


Thank you. Hereís a love song. (before I Threw It All Away)

Thank you. I wrote this about twenty years ago for someone very special. (before Girl From The North Country)

Thank you. I wrote this song about the same time. Maybe an hour later. (before Maggieís Farm)

Thank you. I played this one last time I was here too I remember. (after To Ramona)

Voice from the audience: ìLay Lady Layî! Dylan: Weíll work on that. (before Going Going Gone)

Thank you. Bobbye Hall on conga drums. (after One More Cup Of Coffee (Valley Below)

Thank you. This is an old song. Thereís a few new lyrics that keep it up to date. (before The Man In Me

On the keyboards tonight, Alan Pasqua. On the violin and the mandolin, David Mansfield. Tenor saxophone, Steve Douglas. On the rhythm guitar we have a man responsible for what we call that outlaw sound. From San Antonio, Texas, Steven Soles. On the drums, Ian Wallace. Bass guitar, Rob Stoner. On the background vocals tonight we have three beautiful young ladies from Shreveport, Louisiana. On the right is Debbie Dye. In the middle is my childhood sweetheart, Jo Ann Harris. On the left is my current girlfriend, Helena Springs. On the conga drums, Bobbye Hall. Lead guitar, Billy Cross. This oneís called It’s Alright Ma, I’m Only Bleeding.

Thank you. Alright. Weíre gonna head out of here now. (before Forever Young)