Just Like A Woman
All Along The Watchtower
Tangled Up In Blue
I Don’t Believe You
Stuck Inside Of Mobile With The Memphis Blues Again
She Belongs To Me
Tomorrow Night (acoustic w band)
Jim Jones (acoustic w band)
Mr. Tambourine Man (acoustic w band)
Don’t Think Twice, It’s All Right (acoustic w band)
Cat’s In The Well
I And I
Simple Twist Of Fate
Highway 61 Revisited
What Good Am I?
Everything Is Broken
It Ain’t Me, Babe
Concert # 462 of The Never-Ending Tour. Concert # 6 of the 1993 Winter Tour Of Europe. 1993 concert # 6.
Concert # 6 with the 9th Never-Ending Tour Band: Bob Dylan (vocal & guitar), Bucky Baxter (pedal steel guitar & electric slide guitar), John Jackson (guitar), Tony Garnier (bass), Winston Watson (drums & percussion).
3, 10, 11, 13, 14, 16, 18 Bob Dylan harmonica.
1 Bucky Baxter backup vocal.
8-11, 18 acoustic with the band.
9, 18 without Winston Watson.
11, 18 Bucky Baxter electric mandolin.
4 new songs (22%) compared to previous concert. 1 new song for this tour.
Missing Everything is Broken, It Ain’t Me, Babe
d1t1 too loud at first but comes down; some occasional harshness; excellent sound [A-]
pop d2t2 5:53
Recorded on Sonic Studios DSM-6 mics->Sony TCD-D3
Transferred to .wav on a Phillips CDR deck (model unknown)
.wav files converted to FLAC8 via Trader’s Little Helper
An EBR Recording
Contrast clause: This recording differs from audience recordings: Bob Dylan 1993-02-12 London Hammersmith ERB recording.torrent (http://www.dimeadozen.org/torrents-details.php?id=575848) and Bob Dylan 1993-02-12 London Hammersmith JTT Master LB-4228.torrent (http://www.dimeadozen.org/torrents-details.php?id=575845). This torrent is a Pre-Board from the RTM box set, that means it is a line recording, probably hooked to a sound monitor, but it is not a soundboard (SBD) recording in the sense that it does not represent the feed going out to the audience. It frequently emphasizes several instruments and/or vocals at the expense of others. Most of the RTM box set recordings have Dylan’s vocals up front, but often they are recorded too hot and have volume fluctuations as the taper tries to compensate. Some of them, however, are excellent recordings.