Bob Dylan – Tulsa, OK (10/30/91)

Bob Dylan
Brady Theater
Tulsa, Oklahoma
Wednesday 30 October 1991

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I have two sources for this show, you can read the text files here.

  1. New Morning
  2. Lay, Lady, Lay
  3. All Along The Watchtower
  4. Early Morning Rain
  5. I’ll Remember You
  6. Gotta Serve Somebody
  7. Simple Twist Of Fate
  8. I’ll Be Your Baby Tonight
  9. Trail Of The Buffalo
  10. Mr Tambourine Man
  11. Answer Me
  12. It Ain’t Me, Babe
  13. Every Grain Of Sand
  14. Everything Is Broken
  15. Man in The Long Black Coat
  16. Maggie’s Farm
  17. What Good Am I?
  18. Ballad Of A Thin Man (cut, fades out)

oncert # 348 of The Never-Ending Tour. Concert # 5 of the 1991 US Fall Tour. 1991 concert # 85.

Concert # 64 with the 5th Never-Ending Tour band:

Bob Dylan (vocal & guitar),
John Jackson (guitar),
Tony Garnier (bass),
Ian Wallace (drums).

9 Bob Dylan (guitar & vocal, John Jackson (guitar).

10-12 acoustic with the band.

2, 5, 7, 10, 12, 13, 15, 17, 18 Bob Dylan harmonica.

13-16, 18 Steve Ripley (guitar).


Thanks everybody! That’s one of my romance songs. (after Lay Lady Lay).

Thank you everybody! That was one of my real old songs there, that’s so old that it wasn’t even written by me.
(after Early Morning Rain).

Thank you everybody! That’s my song that is a response to Arlo Guthrie’s song Alice’s restaurant.
(after Gotta Serve Somebody).

Thank you everybody. That was a tricky ending! (after Simple Twist Of Fate).

Thank you everybody! It’s my animal prevention song here! (before Trail Of The Buffalo).

This is my new song. My new single coming out. (before Answer Me).

Thank you everybody! Steve Ripley playing guitar here! Steve used to play with me a few years ago.
Almost like time stands still. (after Everything Is Broken).

Thanks everybody! Give Steve Ripley a hand! (after Maggie’s Farm).

Thanks everybody! This is my theme song. (before Ballad Of A Thin Man).

Tom Waits – Tulsa, OK (06/25/08)

Tom Waits
Brady Theater
Tulsa, Oklahoma
June 25th, 2008

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Recorded and Mastered by K2

101 Lucinda
102 Down In The Hole
103 Falling Down
104 All The World Is Green
105 November
106 Raindogs
107 Fannin Street
108 Trampled Rose
109 Black Market Baby
110 Anywhere I Lay My Head
111 Lie To Me
112 Chatting
113 Invitation To The Blues
114 Lucky Day
115 Chatting
116 Innocent When You Dream

201 Hoist That Rag
202 Get Behind The Mule
203 Jesus Gonna Be Here
204 Goin’ Out West
205 Shore Leave
206 Cemetery Polka
207 Come On Up To The House

208 Make It Rain
209 Eyeball Kid
210 Time

Tom Waits – vocals, guitar, piano, percussion, bullhorn
Seth Ford-Young – bass
Vincent Henry – woodwinds
Omar Torrez – guitar/banjo
Casey Waits – drums
Sullivan Waits – clarinet/conga
Patrick Warren – keyboard

Waits has dubbed his summer 2008 tour “Glitter and Doom,” a trek through the lower half of the U.S. he described as “PEHDTSCKJMBA” (pronounced “pess-kuh-JUM-buh), an acronym for each of the tour’s stops: Phoenix, El Paso, Houston, Dallas, Tulsa, St. Louis, Columbus, Knoxville, Jacksonville, Mobile, Birmingham and Atlanta.

REVIEW: Tom Waits
6/27/2008 11:59:09 AM

By Jennifer Chancellor
World Scene Writer

It was a carnival-like revival of the surreal on the historic Brady Theater stage on Wednesday night at the Brady Theater, and Tom Waits was its swarthy-voiced ringleader.

The storied singer and spoken-word performer maneuvered between piano, guitar and maracas, and his band belted out tunes on clarinet, bass clarinet, doghouse bass, drums, keyboards, hand drums and more.

For this show, however, Waits’ trademark granulated voice was the ultimate instrument, from rumbling growls to falsettos and even beatboxing.

During Rain Dogs, he pulled his leg up and arms out, into a crane position and clapped his hands.

As he raven-cawed out the lyrics, We sail tonight for Singapore, the vivid blue, white, red and yellow spotlights blinked and burned against the crushed red velvet curtains behind him.

The near-capacity audience was set adrift into Waits intricate aural hallucination.

In between songs, he’d croak out salty monologues about the sound of corn growing to how sensitive eels are to alcohol.

Several times, he even gently shushed the amorous crowd, which often erupted into yells and chants for their favorite songs while he segued through his set after all, it was Waits first time to perform in Tulsa. Ever.

It was also his first performance in the Sooner state since 1974, when he opened for Frank Zappa in Oklahoma City.
As if drunkenly running from a hell hound on his heels, he staggered into Goin’ Out West, claiming he had a devil on a leash.

Throughout the set, fog roiled forth in bursts as he stomped his feet on the stage. Sweat streaked his cheeks like tears and saturated his three-piece gray suit.He never faltered.

The two-plus hour set was as eclectic as his decades-long career, as he barked out poetry to tunes like Lucinda, November, Black Market Baby, Innocent When You Dream, Cemetery Polka, Come on Up to the House, Rain Dogs and Lie to Me.

During the encore, he donned a mirrored bowler hat and spun like a disco ball.

So put a candle in the window and a kiss upon his lips,î he sang along to his encore tune Time.

I made a golden promise, that we would never part. I gave my love a locket, and then I broke her heart.

As the dish outside the window fills with rain / Just like a stranger with the weeds in your heart / And pay the fiddler off till I come back again.

Bruce Hornsby – Tulsa, OK (11/25/90)

Bruce Hornsby
Brady Theater
Tulsa, OK

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The Long Race
Down the Road Tonight
Night on the Town
End of the Innocence
Fire on the Cross >
Jack Straw
Lost Soul
Sweet Home Oklahoma
Defenders of the Flag
Valley Road
Jacob’s Ladder
The Show Goes On
Mandolin Rain
The River Runs Low
Till the Dreaming’s Done
Stranger in a Strange Land
Across the River
Road Not Taken
The Way It Is
Look Out Any Window
Encore: Sugaree
The Old Playground >
Dixie Chicken
Every Little Kiss
Western Skyline >
Not Fade Away >
Youngblood >
Another Day

The sound on this show is a little goofy. For the longest time I couldn’t figure it out. But now I’m pretty sure its been slowed down slightly. I’m guessing on the transfer from the original tape to digital the tape played back just a tad off. Or something. I don’t really know.

The results are, well, weird. It isn’t immediately noticeable, at least not to me. I mean I could tell something was off, but I wasn’t sure what. Its when Bruce talks that I figured it out. It isn’t some over exaggerated thing like the whales in Finding Nemo but just a slight slow down which makes Bruces voice a bit lower and makes him sound a bit strung out.

I won’t say it is un-listenable, but its pretty close. I’m sure it can be fixed though if any of you know what you are doing. And if any of you do know what you are doing and do fix it, please reupload it and I’ll share it again.