Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Bob Dylan – Berlin, Germany (06/13/84)

bob dylan - west berlin - 1984

Bob Dylan
Waldb¸hne
West Berlin, West Germany
13 June 1984

Download: FLAC/MP3

LB-6754

Fair quality audience recording from silver CDs ‘Just the Girls’ (Watchtower 007/008)
CDs > Audio Cleaning Lab (Annoying fades removed, volume boosted, balance adjusted L to R, re-tracked where necessary) > flac 8.
Covers not included because irrelelant and torn.

CD1
1. Highway 61 Revisited
2. Jokerman
3. All Along The Watchtower
4. Just Like A Woman
5. Maggie’s Farm
6. I And I
7. License To Kill
8. Tangled Up In Blue
9. It Ain’t Me, Babe
10. It’s Alright, Ma (I’m Only Bleeding)

CD2
11. It’s All Over Now, Baby Blue
12. Masters Of War
13. Ballad Of A Thin Man
14. Man Of Peace
15. Every Grain Of Sand
16. Like A Rolling Stone

17. Don’t Think Twice, It’s All Right
18. Girl From The North Country
19. The Lonesome Death Of Hattie Carroll
20. Tombstone Blues
21. Blowin’ In The Wind

Concert #12 of the 1984 Europe Tour.

Bob Dylan (vocal & guitar),
Mick Taylor (guitar),
Ian MacLagan (keyboards),
Greg Sutton (bass),
Colin Allen (drums).

8-10, 17-19. Bob Dylan solo (vocal & guitar).
4, 8, 9, 19. Bob Dylan harmonica.
20-21. Carlos Santana (guitar).

Bootlegs

The Jokerman Plays Berlin. LP
Just The Girls. Watchtower WTP 007/8.

Stereo audience recording, 120 mins

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Bob Dylan – Basel, Switzerland (06/02/84)

bob dylan - santana - basel - 1984_0602

Bob Dylan & Mick Taylor
6/2/1984
Fussballstadion St. Jakob
Basel, Switzerland

Download: FLAC/MP3

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

Disc 7
101. Highway 61 Revisisted
102. Jokerman
103. All Along the Watchtower
104. Just Like a Woman
105. Maggies Farm
106. I and I
107. License to Kill
108. It ain’t me Babe
109. It’s Alright Ma
110. Don’t Think Twice
111. It’s All Over Now Baby Blue

Disc 8
201. Masters of War
202. Ballad of a Thin Man
203. When You Gonna Wake Up
204. Every Grain of Sand
205. Like a Rolling Stone
206. To Ramona
207. Girl From the North Country
208. Tombstone Blues
209. Why Do I Have to Choose
210. Blowing in the Wind

From the original uploader:

This is the 4th Show of Bob Dylan’s 1984 tour with former Rolling Stones guitarist Mick
Taylor. It is interesting to hear how the songs are evolving now from these first 4 shows.
We get a real treat on this one with “To Ramona” and with Willie Nelson’s “Why Do I
Have to Choose.”
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 third show and we’ll
see if I can keep up with the rest of the tour. Enjoy.

Santana report: Screwed up the end of “Blowing in the Wind” starting at about 3:32.
This guy is bad.
BTW, These shows really highlight how BAD Santana was, playing in the wrong key, at
the wrong time and playing a part which did NOT fit into the song. What was Bob
thinking with this guy? No artwork, enjoy!

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Bob Dylan – Hamburg, Germany (05/31/84)

santana - joan baez - bob dylan - hamburg - 1984_0531

Bob Dylan
St. Pauli Stadion
Hamburg, West Germany
31 May 1984

Download: FLAC/MP3

CDA>WAVELAB>FLAC

LB-3870

Highway 61 Revisited
Jokerman
All Along The Watchtower
Just Like A Woman
Maggie’s Farm
I And I
License To Kill
Greg Sutton: Got My Mojo Working (McKinley Morganfield)
It Ain’t Me, Babe
It’s Alright, Ma (I’m Only Bleeding)
Don’t Think Twice, It’s All Right
It’s All Over Now, Baby Blue
Masters Of War

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Bob Dylan – Verona, Italy (05/28/84)

bob dylan - verona - 1984_0528

Bob Dylan & Mick Taylor
05/28/84
Arena Di Verona
Verona, Italy

Download: FLAC/MP3

Converted by: Fendert
Conversion: ?>CDR>WAV>FLAC
Quality: Very Good / Audience

LB-1780

Disc 1
01. Jokerman
02. All Along the Watchtower
03. Just Like a Woman
04. Highway 61 Revisited
05. I and I
06. Shelter from the Storm
07. License to Kill
08. Ballad of a Thin Man
09. When You Gonna Wake Up
10. Got My Mojo Working
11. It’s Alright Ma
12. Girl of the North Country
13. Don’t Think Twice

Disc 2
01. The Times They Are A Chaning
02. Masters of War
03. Maggies Farm
04. Every Grain of Sand
05. Man of Peace
06. Heart of Mine
07. Like a Rolling Stone
08. The Lonesome Death of Hattie Carrol
09. Blowing in the Wind
10. Tombstone Blues

From the original uploader:
I had a Crazy idea. Since I have all of the 1984 shows and since right now is the 20th
anniversary of those shows I thought it would be cool to release each show to STG on the
date of the actual show plus 20 years. This show is interesting because it has a different
setlist then any other show and has a few gems not played again on this tour. So, here is
the first and we’ll see if I can keep up. Enjoy.

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Bob Dylan – Los Angeles, CA (05/23/84)

bob dylan - angel of rain

Bob Dylan
1984 Tour Rehearsals
Beverly Theater
Los Angeles, CA
May 23rd, 1984

Download: FLAC/MP3

(77:11)
01 Maggieís Farm
02 All Along The Watchtower
03 Just Like A Woman
04 When You Gonna Wake Up
05 Shelter From The Storm
06 Watered-Down Love
07 Masters Of War
08 Jokerman
09 Simple Twist Of Fate
10 Simple Twist Of Fate
11 Man Of Peace
12 I And I
13 Itís All Over Now Baby Blue
14 Ballad Of A Thin Man
15 Heart Of Mine
16 Highway 61 Revisited , Around And Around
17 Leopard-Skin Pill-Box Hat
18 unidentified instrumental
19 Itís All Over Now Baby Blue
20 Angel Of Rain (aka Almost Done),
21 Always On My Mind
22 Every Grain Of Sand
23 Girl From The North Country

Source 1: LB-7910
Angel Of Rain (Rattle Snake RS226)

From the original uploader.

According to the liner notes on Angel Of Rain (included in the torrent) : ìThis tape was only recently discovered amongst a pile of long lost
mater-tapes and it sounds fantastic. All recorded in superb stereo soundboard quality and digitally fine tuned
and remastered by The Snake, this album is now a truly legendary document of a tour rehearsal where this setlist
looked much more interesting than the actual touring playlist! Now thatís what I call a keeper for the burning
temples in flames!î It is a very good to excellent but slightly hissy stereo soundboard recording which is a joy
to listen to.

CD-R from source > dBpowerAMP set to co0mpression level 6 > flac
From my harddiscs a rare recording in good quality
Thanks to the original uploader.

Source 2: LB-9828

Shortly before the full tape of this rehearsal emerged, this tape circulated.

Length 63 minutes (PA studio recording). I think this tape is slightly better quality than my full tape (approximately 20 minutes longer).
It’s unclear why this incomplete tape emerged, although as the instrumentals are missing one could guess that someone was ‘cleaning up’ the session a bit. However as some songs are totally missing (Thin Man, Girl From the North Country, Almost done, Highway 61 revisited) and the three false starts are still included that seems like a poor guess. Anyway this is the rehearsal as it first appeared.

Source my Tape -> Tascam102 -> cooledit pro (normalisation, cuts, edits, fades) -> traders little helper.

Sourc

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: 1984 (Featuring Brian May) – Teddington, England (03/31/67)

front sleeve copy

1984 (featuring Brian May)
31 march 1967
Thames Television, Broom Lane Studio
Teddington UK

Download: FLAC/MP3

01. Hold on I’m coming (Isaac Hayes/ David Porter)
02. Knock on wood (Eddie Floyd/ Steve Cropper)
03. NSU (Jack Bruce)
04. How can it be (Ron Wood)
05. Step on me (take1) (Tim Staffel/ Brian May)
06. Step on me (take2) (Tim Staffel/ Brian May)
07. Purple Haze (Jimi Hendrix)
08. Our love is driftin’ (Elvis Bishop/ Paul Butterfield)
09. Remember (Jimi Hendrix)
10. Sweet wine (Ginger Baker/ Janet Godfrey)

Line up: Dave Dilloway – bass guitar
John Garnham – rhythm guitar/vocals
Brian May – lead guitar
Tim Staffel – vocals/harmonica
Richard Thompson – drums
John Sanger – piano

Taken from QUeenpedia.com:

Also from 1967, and of far more interest, is 1984’s professionally recorded Thames Television demo tape.
During his first-year of study at Twickenham Technical College, Dave Dilloway had made friends with a number of technicians, or trainee technicians, at the Teddington-based ITV Company, which served the London area.
The station had recently invested in new recording equipment, and rather than hire professional musicians at the usual union rate, in a set up similar to the first Queen sessions at the De Lane Lea studios, 1984 were let loose in the studio to record at their leisure.
Dave Dilloway’s carefully preserved tape still plays perfectly, and includes the following songs: “Hold On I’m Coming”, “Knock On Wood”, “NSU”, “How Can It Be”, two early run-throughs of the original May/Staffell composition “Step On Me” (which eventually became the B-side to Smile’s “Earth”), “Purple Haze”, “Our Love Is Drifting'”, and medleys of “Remember”/”Sweet Wine” and “Get Out My Life Woman”/”Satisfaction”.
The session ended with a run-through of “My Girl”.

“What an extraordinary amalgam!” declares Tim Staffell today.
“There’s Tamla, Cream, Hendrix, Lee DorseyÖ ‘Our Love Is Driftin’ ‘, we’d have heard by Paul Butterfield.
I’d forgotten there was such a large soul component in 1984!”

Dave Dilloway has the technical details: “This tape is the most recent, best and most representative of 1984 that I’m aware of.
It is mono, but since it was made on good quality TV studio equipment and was carried out along the lines of a proper studio recording, with separately mixed microphones for each source, it is remarkably good quality for its age.
The material, except for ‘Step On Me’, is all cover versions, but as it dates from the late 1984 era, Brian’s playing is more prominent and effective, with his own style starting to show through.
All the performances are competent – particularly Tim’s vocals and Brian’s guitar; although the mix is a little heavy on John’s rhythm guitar for some reason, probably the ‘ear’ of the recording engineer at the time.
All tracks were laid down in one take, i.e., no overdubbing at all, so the sound is predominantly simple, as per our live versions.”

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Bob Dylan – Goteborg, Sweden (06/09/84)

Bob Dylan - Goteborg, Sweden (06/09/84)
Bob Dylan
Ullevi Stadion
Goteborg, Sweden
9 June 1984

Download: FLAC/MP3

Highway 61 Revisited
Jokerman
All Along The Watchtower
Just Like A Woman
Maggie’s Farm
I And I
License To Kill

Gregg Sutton:
Just My Imagination

Mr. Tambourine Man (acoustic)
It Ain’t Me, Babe (acoustic)
It’s Alright, Ma (I’m Only Bleeding) (acoustic)
t’s All Over Now, Baby Blue
Masters Of War
Ballad Of A Thin Man
When You Gonna Wake Up
Every Grain Of Sand
Simple Twist Of Fate
Like A Rolling Stone

(encore)

Tangled Up In Blue (acoustic)
Don’t Think Twice, It’s All Right (acoustic)
Blowin’ In The Wind
Tombstone Blues
Love Minus Zero / No Limit
The Times They Are A-Changin’

Concert #9 of the 1984 Europe Tour.

Bob Dylan (vocal & guitar),
Mick Taylor (guitar),
Ian MacLagan (keyboards),
Greg Sutton (bass),
Colin Allen (drums).

1-7, 9, 10, 19, 20 Bob Dylan solo (vocal & guitar).
4, 9, 10, 19 Bob Dylan harmonica.
21-24 Carlos Santana (guitar).

Note. 10 partly broadcast live by Danish TV with sound recorded from the audience.

Source 1:
LB-06975 ; 73min+61min ; 2CDR ; Rating: B+

BOOTLEG: A Dying Voice Within Me
Thinman 072/73

Original Thinman CD -> WAV (EAC) -> FLAC (flacfrontend) -> You

Ullevi Stadion, Gothenburg, Sweden
June 9th 1984

Quality:
Very Good – Excellent Audience

Great recording of the Gothenburg 1984 show. As always, “Thinman” has copied a torrent – but I don’t know which LB number. (I had previously heard Gothenburg 84 on an old tape).
Performance: Very good – ups and downs all the way. I especially enjoy all the songs from Infidels, the acoustic performances – and “Love Minus Zero/No Limit”. Funny to hear the band not knowing how to play “When You Gonna Wake Up”….they simply have to give it up.

Please note that “Thinman”‘s amatourish production made the applause after “Like A Rolling Stone” a seperate track, so that “Tangled Up In Blue” begins at “track 7” (instead of track 6 – despite of what the artwork says).

Old habits die hard, but I think this is the last Thinman release I’ll buy
Hope this torrent will save other people from spending money on this label.

Artworks are included (I’ve corrected the date from June 6th to June 9th)

Enjoy….Erik_Snow

(Upped to Dimeadozen by Erik Snow, Nov. 2008)

Source 2:

LB-11932

Bootleg: Sweden  1984

Review:
This title, venue, and package is identical to the 1984 Swedish LP release. It is assumedly a copy of that title. This title is not in the bobsboots.com library, and we have no further information about it.
© 2001 Craig Pinkerton Bobsboots.com

Information: 
Source / Venue:
Ullevi Stadion Gothenburg, Sweden June 9, 1984
Manufacturer / Catalog No. 
xxxxxxxxunknownxxxxxxxx
Released:  xxxxxxxxunknownxxxxxxxx

http://www.bobsboots.com/CDs/cd-d50.html

CDR trade > XLD > Flac
apa05

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Van Morrison – Montreux, Switzerland (11/07/84) – “Summertime in Montreux”

V.M. Summertime in Montreux 84 front

VAN MORRISON
Summertime In Montreux
(Bootleg CD)
Montreux, Switzerland
11/07/84

Download: FLAC/MP3

Doberman 081/082
(Released 1997)

CD1:
Inarticulate Speech Of The Heart (8:28)
Medley: Baby, Please Don’t Go / Gloria / Here Comes The Night / Brown Eyed Girl (5:48)
I Will Be There (2:36)
Jackie Wilson Said (2:33)
St. Dominic’s Preview (5:56)
It’s All In The Game (7:44)
Vanlose Stairway (5:13)
Hardnose The Highway (3:44)
Help Me (4:50)
If You Only Knew (2:42)
Total time: (49:47)

CD2:
Northern Muse (Solid Ground) (3:57)
Haunts Of Ancient Peace (6:20)
She Gives Me Religion (4:02)
Ballerina (5:17)
Summertime In England (10:35)
Celtic Swing (4:33)
Instrumental Jam (13:22)
Cleaning Windows (3:50)
What Would I Do (6:32)
Total time: (58:28)

All songs recorded at the Jazz Festival in Montreux, Switzerland on 11/7/84

Review from Niall Connors:
This is a first-rate FM recording of the complete show (unlike Haunts of Ancient Peace and I Can’t Go On… But I’ll Go On). The “I Will Be There”, “Jackie Wilson” and “St. Dominic’s” trio are all great versions; additionally, this set features my favorite “Vanlose Stairway” and “Ballerina” boot renditions. The sound is superb: on a par with Down By Avalon and Edinburgh Castle.

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Bob Dylan – Paris, France (07/01/84)

P1984_0701

Bob Dylan
Parc de Sceaux
Paris, France
July 1, 1984

Download: FLAC/MP3

Taper: “Legendary Taper D”
Transfer: “JF” 12/2011

LB-9863

“Legendary Taper D” Equipment: Sennheiser MKE 2002 Binaural mics > Sony WM-TCD-5 Cassette Recorder
“JF” Equipment: Cassette Masters > Nakamichi CR-7A (manual azimuth adjustment) > Adobe Audition > Flac

101. Highway 61
102. Jokerman
103. All Along the Watchtower
104. Just Like A Woman
105. Maggie’s Farm
106. I and I
107. License To Kill
108. Just My Imagination (Greg Sutton)
109. A Hard Rain’s A-Gonna Fall
110. Tangled Up In Blue
111. It’s Alright Ma
112. Simple Twist of Fate
201. Masters of War
202. Ballad of A Thin Man
203. Enough is Enough
204. Every Grain of Sand
205. Like A Rolling Stone
206. audience
207. Mr. Tambourine Man
208. It Ain’t Me Babe
209. The Times They Are A-Changin’ (Hughes Aufray-vocal + guitar)
210. It’s All Over Now, Baby Blue (Van Morrison-vocal + guitar)
211. Leopard Skin Pill-Box Hat
212.Tombstone Blues
213. Blowin’ in the Wind
214. Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Bob Dylan – Munich, West Germany (06/03/84)

Jokerman Has Just Left The Stadium

Bob Dylan
Olympia Stadion
Munich, West Germany
3 June 1984

Download: FLAC/MP3

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!