Repost Bonanza: Bob Dylan – The Minnesota Tapes

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Bob Dylan
The Minnesota Tapes
Minnesota Party Tape II (Beecher Tape) – May 1961
*Adapted from the traditional “It’s Hard To Be Poor” and Rev. Gary Davis’ “There Was A Time When I Was Blind”
Minnesota Hotel Tape (Glover Tape) Dec. 22, 1961

Thanks to Bobs Boots for the info.

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Tracks:

Disc one
Minnesota Party Tape:
Ramblin’ Round (Woody Guthrie)
Death Don’t Have No Mercy (Rev. Gary Davis)
It’s Hard To Be Blind (Adapted*)
This Train Is Bound For Glory (Big Bill Broonzy)
Harmonica Solo
Talkin’ Fish Blues (Woody Guthrie)
Pastures Of Plenty (Woody Guthrie)
Railroad Bill (Traditional)
Will The Circle Be Unbroken (A P Carter)
Man Of Constant Sorrow (Traditional)
Pretty Polly (Traditional)
Railroad Boy (Traditional)
James Alley Blues (Richard Brown)
Bonnie, Why’d You Cut My Hair (Traditional)
This Land Is Your Land (Woody Guthrie)
Two Trains Running (McKinley Morganfield)
Wild Mountain Thyme (Traditional)
Disc two
Howdido
Car Car
Don’t You Push Me Down
Come See
I Want It Now (I Want My Milk)
San Francisco Bay Blues
A Long Time A-Growin’
Devilish Mary
Minnesota Hotel Tape:
Candy Man (Rev. Gary Davis arr. of trad. song)
Baby Please Don’t Go (Big Joe Williams)
Hard Times In New York Town (adapted*1)
Stealin’ (Memphis Jug Band arr. of trad. song)
Poor Lazarus (Traditional)
I Ain’t Got No Home (Woody Guthrie)
It’s Hard To Be Blind (adapted*2)
Dink’s Song (John & Alan Lomax arr. of trad. song)
Man Of Constant Sorrow (Dylan arr. of trad. song)
East Orange (Assumed Dylan)
Disc three
Naomi Wise (Traditional)
Wade In The Water (Traditional)
I Was Young When I Left Home (adapted*3)
In The Evening (Leroy Carr)
Baby Let Me Follow You Down (E.Von Schmidt)
Sally Gal (adapted*4)
Gospel Plow (Traditional)
Long John (Traditional)
Cocaine Blues (Rev. Gary Davis arr. of trad. song)
VD Blues (Woody Guthrie)
VD Waltz (Woody Guthrie)
VD City (Woody Guthrie)
VD Gunner’s Blues (Woody Guthrie)
See My Grave’s Kept Clean (Lemon Jefferson)
Ramblin’ Round (Woody Guthrie)
Black Cross (Lord Buckley arr. of Joseph S. Newman)

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Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Bruce Hornsby – Ultimate Hornsby Torrent

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Bruce Hornsby
Ultimate Hornsby Torrent

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Si Twining who runs the brilliant Bruuce.com fansite created this gigantic, fantastic overview of Hornsby’s career. All notes are his. – mat

From Si:
Over the years I’ve noted particular favourites of Bruce Hornsby’s performances, whether mine or those well received in the Bruuuce.com community, the website that I run.

A few years ago I produced a list of one hundred of Bruce’s finest and compiled them into a torrent… solo performances, Range, Noisemakers, guest appearances, covers, songs made up on the spot… feedback was hugely positive, and I would like to think that it was a worthy documentation of Bruce’s career up until 2009. I’ve now added an additional ten tracks, recording Bruce’s most recent work and the latest arrangement of his Noisemakers band.

I’ve restricted the choice here to soundboards or decent tapings, so the quality should be of a high standard.
What you have is eleven CDs, which I’ve labelled and given a mini commentary on below.
Thanks very much for reading, and please enjoy your day.

CD One

01. February 26 1977
University of Miami .. Miami, FL
Parisian Thoroughfare

From Bruce’s senior recital; solo piano.

02. September 2 1986
The Bottom Line, New York, NY
The Way It Is variation

Early (mostly solo) variation on The Way It Is. I can hear Red Plains several times in there too.

03. April 18 1987
Daytona Beach Bandshell – Daytona, FL
The Way It Is

Bruce and the Range concerts featured regularly on the radio in the last 80s. Here’s a 12 minute plus version of The Way It Is that made it to air.

04. May 10 1987
Laguna Seca Recreation Area – Monterey, CA
Every Little Kiss

Range show taken from a Westwood One radio broadcast.

05. June 24 1989
Telluride Bluegrass Festival – Telluride, CO
Stranger in a Strange Land

Breakneck speed bluegrass version featuring the New Grass Revival.

06. August 16 1987
Daytona Beach Bandshell – Daytona, FL
The Old Playground

An often overlooked “Scenes” song that I wish we heard more of today. The middle to end is a jam that the present-day Noisemakers would take to a ridiculous level.

07. September 24 1988
Madison Square Garden – New York, NY
Valley Road

It’s funny to compare this to countless modern day versions of this song (see #90) – this is as close to the original as you’ll hear, yet still far removed.

08. June 14 1990
Paramount Studios, Los Angeles, CA
Barren Ground
From the Night on the Town video, this features Jerry Garcia.

09. October 15 1990
Paradiso, Amsterdam, Netherlands
On the Western Skyline > Not Fade Away > Night on the Town

CD Two

10. June 21 1993
Jazz Cafe, London
The Weight

From Bruce’s last tour of Europe with a band, The Band’s classic, accompanied by North London’s inebriated finest leaning on the piano (I was one of them).

11. June 23 1993
Hamburg, Germany
Pastures of Plenty

Voted by Bruuuce.com visitors as their favourite studio jam, it translates predictably well (although rarely) to a live setting. This jazz-infused version (and The Weight above) was from a tour of Bruce, Molo, JT Thomas and Jimmy Haslip (Yellowjackets).

12. September 4 1993
Classic Amphitheater – Richmond, VA
Rainbow’s Cadillac

Always one of my favourite live songs, and it’s the old piano-driven version.

13. October 16 1993
The Backyard – Austin, TX
Madman Across the Water

The tribute record that Bruce mentions is Elton John’s “Two Rooms”. John D’earth nails it here.

14. October 30 1993
Orlando, FL
Jacob’s Ladder > Higher and Higher

An eleven minute version (and Bruce briefly forgets the words). Great Jimmy Haslip solo three minutes in.

15. October 31 1993
Tampa Performing Arts Center – Tampa, FL
Down the Road Tonight

A great example of Bruce’s horns section at the time.

16. November 12 1993
Arie Crown Theatre – Chicago, IL
Harbor Lights > Look Out Any Window

I always loved Molo’s drum intro to this.

17. March 31 1994
University of Miami – Miami, FL
Fire on the Cross

Bruce returned to the University of Miami for the first of his orchestral shows.

18. March 31 1994
University of Miami – Miami, FL
Night on the Town

A dramatic orchestral version – too good to leave out, so I’ve included two from the same show!

19. July 23 1994
Promenade Park – Toledo, OH
Defenders of the Flag

Debbie Henry’s vocals give me the chills on this one.

CD Three

20. August 1 1994
The Strand – York, PA
The River Runs Low

Solo version of an always-popular ballad from Bruce’s first record.

21. August 29 1995
Melody Fair Theatre – North Tonawanda, NY
Iko Iko

This show is widely regarded as one of Bruce’s best. This was a New Orleans take on Iko Iko.

22. September 3 1995
FM Kirby Center – Wilkes-Barre, PA
Swing Street

I wish this song got more attention today! Molo’s intricate start to this song was always a highlight for the band!

23. October 27 1995
Manhattan Center – New York, NY
Cruise Control

Just a great show taped for TV. Look for the “Bruce Hornsby and Friends” DVD. They’re all having so much fun on this song, and Molo is a joy to behold!

24. October 27 1995
Manhattan Center – New York, NY
End of the Innocence

From the same show, this features Don Henley (This was the second take).

25. October 27 1995
Manhattan Center – New York, NY
The Tide Will Rise

Bonnie Raitt guests.

26. December 5 1995
The Melkweg, Amsterdam, Holland
Spider Fingers

Bruce was so happy with how the piano sounded at this solo show that he bought it.

27. December 8 1995
Brussels, Belgium
Imagine > Friends

Not the greatest quality sound but the music is beautiful. Surprise Elton cover at the end.

28. December 16 1995
Winterthur, Switzerland
You Can Close Your Eyes > I Will Walk With You

A James Taylor cover that I haven’t heard before or since, seamlessly into an “old” version of I Will Walk With You. (It’s been reworked more than once since).

29. April 4 1996
Wheeler Opera House – Aspen, CO
Country Doctor

Interesting to compare this one to more recent versions, where the horns would take the lead rather than Doug on guitar.

30. April 10 1996
EMU Ballroom, University of Oregon – Eugene, OR
Sugaree

Maybe the second most popular Dead cover(!)… Bobby Read always makes this song.

31. April 12 1996
The Fillmore – San Francisco, CA
Jack Straw

Had to be done at the Fillmore – especially when Bob Weir is in the house…

CD Four

32. April 23 1996
Newport Music Hall – Columbus, OH
Terrapin Station > I Know You Rider

Bruce changes direction after a few bars of I Know You Rider into a gorgeous Terrapin referencing Jerry… and then back again.

33. April 24 1996
Miller Auditorium – Kalamazoo, MI
Sunset Road

A Bela Fleck composition, performed with the man himself.

34. May 6 1996
The Roxy – Atlanta, GA
Another Day > Uptight

Some improv lyrics after a minute or so, and a brief Stevie Wonder cover and Debbie Henry is right with him.

35. May 24 1996
Strand Theater – Providence, RI
Carry the Water

JV on bass, JT on keyboard takes turns excelling on this. Another than I wish were more prominent today.

36. June 5 1996
Community Arts Center – Williamsport, PA
Tangled Up in Blue

First time this song was covered by the band in six years.

37. July 2 1996
Blossom Music Center – Cuyahoga Falls, OH
Mandolin Rain > That Would Be Something > Brokedown Palace

Iconic Bruce song into an iconic Dead song, from the ’96 Furthur tour.

38. July 4 1996
Darien Lake Performing Arts Center – Darien Lake, NY
Mighty Quinn

Popular show closer and a real blast.

39. July 6 1996
Saratoga Performing Arts Center – Saratoga Springs, NY
Rainbow’s Cadillac

No apologies for including this song twice. I love this version – probably my favourite. Featuring Giovanni Hidalgo.

40. July 6 1996
Saratoga Performing Arts Center – Saratoga Springs, NY
Scarlet Begonias

From the same show, a “Latinised” dead song again featuring Giovanni.

41. July 29 1996
I Shall Be Released

Who can resist an old Bob Dylan cover? Not Bobby Read, apparently – fantastic.

42. August 15 1996
Factory Girl
An improved song – lyrics and all – stemming from a misheard song request.

CD Five

43. October 9 1997
Salem Civic Center – Salem, VA
Across the River

Another orchestral show, providing a truly unique take on a Bruce classic.

44. October 9 1997
Salem Civic Center – Salem, VA
Look Out Any Window

The intro to this song always appealed to me – the orchestra version moved me a lot.

45. April 25 1998
Flint Center – Cupertino, CA
The Boxer

“It’s too bad, no-one ever requests songs like this…”

46. July 28 1998
The Strand – York, PA
How Far Am I From Canaan

Solo piano take on a gospel standard.

47. July 28 1998
The Strand – York, PA
Cassidy’s Cadillac

Little Cassidy is invited on stage, takes to the piano and steals the show.

48. August 22 1998
Sokol Blosser Winery – Dundee, OR
Spider Fingers > Disco medley

What Bruce and the band are all about inside 15 minutes. A seamless disco medley coming out of a throwaway comment from Bruce to introduce it. His closing comment says it all.

49. October 27 1998
Yoshi’s – Oakland, CA
Sugaree

A (largely) solo Sugaree which more than justifies a second inclusion for this song! Dave Ellis shows up late in the song.

50. October 27 1998
Yoshi’s – Oakland, CA
Swan Song

Another from the extended Yoshi’s run in ’98, just as Spirit Trail was coming out.

51. October 27 1998
Yoshi’s – Oakland, CA
Sunlight Moon

Another from Spirit Trail. I think the quality of this recording is one of the best I’ve heard.

52. October 31 1998
Yoshi’s – Oakland, CA
Girl From the North Country

Featuring Steve Kimock.

53. November 1 1998
Yoshi’s – Oakland, CA
The River Runs Low

I always thought this was a unique song live as it’s almost played straight, like the record.

CD Six

54. November 6 1998
Yoshi’s – Oakland, CA
Loser

Michael Baker completely wings this on drums. I was just learning about the Grateful Dead in 1998 – this sold me.

55. November 7 1998
Yoshi’s – Oakland, CA
Sunflower Cat

One of the first performances of this song. Bruce had to remind them how it ended.

56. November 7 1998
Yoshi’s – Oakland, CA
Tango King

Doug Derryberry had just joined, and Kimock was sitting in. You can hear Bruce coaching him through the song as it was being played.

57. March 26 1999
Paramount Arts Center – Ashland, KY
Play That Funky Music White Boy

Comedic response to a request.

58. March 26 1999
Paramount Arts Center – Ashland, KY
Dixie Lullaby

This one used to come out of Swing Street a lot. Nice solo version.

59. March 28 1999
Memorial Hall – Williamsburg, VA
Fields of Gray > Terrapin Station

Possibly my favourite version of this song… and into another gorgeous Terrapin.

60. March 30 1999
Memorial Hall – Williamsburg, VA
King of the Hill > Blackberry Blossom > Tempus Fugit

If anybody asks what two-handed independence is… play them this.

61. March 30 1999
Memorial Hall – Williamsburg, VA
Sad Moon

From another solo show, and maybe an even better example of the two hands together.

62. April 1 1999
Memorial Hall – Williamsburg, VA
Let the Girls Rock

Bruce revisits an old song – he gives the story.

63. April 1 1999
Memorial Hall – Williamsburg, VA
I Can’t Make You Love Me

Bruce knows full well that he won’t hit the high notes in the original key, but tries it anyway. Will he make it…?

64. April 22 1999
Proctor’s Theater – Schenectady, NY
Stander on the Mountain

A very different version of this song I think, with Way It Is teases thrown in.

CD Seven

65. June 18 2000
Telluride Bluegrass Festival – Telluride, CO
Jumping Jack Flash

It doesn’t get more unique than this. A bluegrass version of Jumping Jack Flash featuring Sam Bush. Bluegrass saxophone!

66. October 18 2000
Salem Civic Center – Salem, VA
Lost Soul

The last orchestral show, also featuring Steve Kimock.

67. December 13 2000
Expression Center for New Media – Emeryville, CA
Line in the Dust

Taken from a KFOG radio broadcast. Doug is tremendous here.

68. June 30 2002
Villa Montalvo – Saratoga, CA
Take Out the Trash

For a long time I’d call this my all-time favourite live performance of a song. The song is just so frivolous in nature, and JT proves why Bruce calls him “the best keyboard player in the band”.

69. July 1 2002
Villa Montalvo – Saratoga, CA
Crown of Jewels

A slower version of a regular favourite.

70. September 24 2002
Keswick Theater – Glenside, PA
Place Under the Sun

When I first heard this song on Big Swing Face, I said that this was an extended jam intro waiting to happen. Thankfully, I was right. Featuring the late, great R.S.Hornsby.

71. September 28 2002
Landmark Theater – Syracuse, NY
Great Divide > Across the Great Divide

Extended solo piano intro into two divide songs(!). Listen to how quickly Doug is into the switch, and he clearly loves singing it.

72. October 5 2002
Haymaker Music Festival – Spotsylvania, VA
Cartoons and Candy

Bruce’s brother Bobby called this their best show in years. A lengthy twelve minute version, and another where Doug is clearly having a blast with the Prince-esque vocals.

73. October 5 2002
Haymaker Music Festival – Spotsylvania, VA
Tongue-n-Groove

The Noisemakers’ take on a Steve Kimock classic.

CD Eight
74. September 19 2004
Handelsbeurs – Gent, Belgium
Halcyon Days

I followed this European solo tour around for a bit, and this song always seemed to get the best reaction.

75. September 19 2004
Handelsbeurs – Gent, Belgium
This Too Shall Pass

I prefer the solo version of this – such as this version from Belgium.

76. October 9 2004
Ovens Auditorium – Charlotte, NC
Fortunate Son > Comfortably Numb

Always a favourite, and the Floyd cover is now a staple in a Hornsby show (or as much as any song is ever a staple in a Hornsby show).

77. October 19 2004
Ridgefield Opera House – Ridgefield, CT
Mirror on the Wall

Since reworked as a much mellower song on the dulcimer, I love this version, and especially Bobby Read.

78. October 22 2004
The Strand, York, PA
Candy Mountain Run > Darlin Corey

Nice switch into Darlin Corey and references throughout. “Dig a hole in the mountain…”

79. October 23 2004
Calvin Theater – Northampton, MA
Drums > What a Time > Inflight

“Drum solo” came the request. Sonny Emory obliged. A more than worthy testament to Keith Jarrett’s “Inflight” also.

80. October 26 2004 (late show)
Blue Note – New York, NY
Sneaking Up On Boo Radley

This was long after soundboard taping had stopped, so I included a few from this as I think the wuality is amazing.

81. October 26 2004 (late show)
Blue Note – New York, NY
Resting Place

This version made the documentary portion of the “Three Nights on the Town” DVD. Bill Evans features.

82. October 26 2004 (late show)
Blue Note – New York, NY
See the Same Way

More from the miniscule Blue Note. I always love this song, and the intro earns its inclusion here.

CD Nine

83. November 6 2004
Kimmel Center – Philadelphia, PA
Lost in the Snow

Rare piano solo from Halcyon Days translates realy nicely live.

84. November 20 2004
Great Divide > Sir Duke > 1999

I bugged Bruce for years to play Sir Duke, so I love that it made it onto several lists when he finally gave in. When people realised what the band were moving into from here (it took them a while!), they went crazy.

85. November 22 2004
McDonald Theatre – Eugene, OR
Big Rumble > Mandolin Rain

The “new” minor-key Mandolin Rain gets an airing out of Big Rumble.

86. November 30 2004
Denver Palace of Fine Arts, Denver, CO
The Chill

This was the first song I heard from Big Swing Face, and always loved Kimock’s solo. Bobby take it on here.

87. December 9 2004
Murat Center – Indianapolis, IN
Circus on the Moon

My favourite version of this song was actually a cover by the Dave Rich Band! This is a cracking version towards the end of the ’04 tour.

88. February 19 2005
Paramount Theatre – Austin, TX
Gonna Be Some Changes Made

Wonderful dissonant intro between Bruce and Sonny.

89. February 19 2005
Paramount Theatre – Austin, TX
The Show Goes On

The song has really taken on a gospel feel in the last few years. This is as good an example as I could find.

90. April 30 2005
McDowell Music Festival – Scottsdale, AZ
Valley Road > Rag Doll

I’ve lost count how many different, reworked versions of this song we’ve heard. The switch into an Aerosmith classic tells you how flexible Valley Road is.

91. April 30 2005
McDowell Music Festival – Scottsdale, AZ
White-Wheeled Limousine

A rare (for this period) soundboard taping.

CD Ten

92. July 21 2005
Humphrey’s By The Bay – San Diego, CA
Big Stick

Always a crowd dancing favourite (as you can probably hear).

93. July 20 2006
Mountain Winery – Saratoga, CA
Funhouse > He’s Gone > You Sexy Thing

The Mountain Winery always produces a great performance. Always look for Bobby Read in Funhouse.

94. July 20 2006
Mountain Winery – Saratoga, CA
The Good Life

Another for Bobby Read. He was red hot during this show (and tour, actually).

95. August 11 2006
Biltmore Estate – Asheville, NC
Go Back To Your Woods

From the famous “Biltmo'”… Bruce and co are joined by Joe Lee.

96. August 11 2006
Biltmore Estate – Asheville, NC
Sunflower Cat > King Harvest

The “King Harvest” appearances throughout this tour were a huge highlight for me – this was maybe my top version.

97. August 14 2008
Boarding House Park – Lowell, MA
Black Rats of London

The debut of “Black Rats”, from the Levitate record, which was yet to be released at this point.

98. September 26 2009
Town Hall – New York, NY
Cyclone

With lyrics by Robert Hunter, this is fast becoming my favourite Hornsby song (for today).

99. September 26 2009
Town Hall – New York, NY
Prairie Dog Town

This was when the dulcimer starting coming out to play.

100. October 8 2009
Burlington, VT
Continents Drift

I spoke with Doug about his solo here, which was played by R.S. Hornsby on the record. Bruce had asked him to play it as close to the original as possible.

CD Eleven

101. June 11 2011
Manchester, TN
Shadow Hand

Bruce was asked to play an impromptu “dulcimer only” set at Bonnaroo in 2011. He played every song he knew at the time – and this was one of them.

102. September 18 2011
Saratoga, CA
Lost Soul

In 1990, Shawn Colvin guested on the Night on the Town record to sing Lost Soul. Over 20 years later, she and Bruce revisited that collaboration in Saratoga.

103. April 1 2012
Oakland, CA
Talk of the Town

A solo rendition, marked by a segue into Bruce’s jazz composition recorded with Jack Dejohnette and Christian McBride named “Charlie, Woody and You”, closing out with Elliot Carter’s “Catenaires”. I’ve included Bruce’s background explanation after the song. Bruce began introducing a lot more of the modern classical music at around this time.

104. June 20 2012
Pittsburgh, PA
Valley Road

The only song to “three-peat” on this list, emphasising just how malleable it is. This is the “dulcimer and washboard” version, featuring the great Sonny Emory.

105. July 29 1012
Floyd, VA
The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down

Bruce’s love for Levon Helm is well covered, and this performance at Floyd Fest was recorded a few months after Levon’s passing.

106. September 26 2012
Amherst, NY
Where’s the Bat

Bruce began adding songs from his work-in-progress musical SCKBSTD to his repertoire. This is one of the more popular ones… I’ve included Bruce’s background story to explain why the audience appreciate it so much.

107. September 26 2012
Amherst, NY
Might As Well Be Me

Another song co-written with Grateful Dead lyricist Robert Hunter.

108. July 5 2013
Eugene, OR
I’ll Take You There

First time this was performed; this is another song written with Robert Hunter.

109. June 27 2014
Black Mountain, NC
Life in the Psychotropics

The first appearance on this list for the “new” Noisemakers, after Ross Holmes (fiddle and mandolin) and Gibb Droll (guitar) replaced Bobby Read and Doug Derryberry.

110. July 5 2014
Wilmington, NC
What a Time > The Dreaded Spoon

Ross Holmes features strongly on fiddle throughout this track.

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Bob Dylan – People Putting People Down – 1991 Summer Tour of Europe

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Bob Dylan
PEOPLE PUTTING PEOPLE DOWN
(Pink Panther Records)
1991 Summer Tour of Europe.

Download: FLAC/MP3

As always thanks for Nellie at Expecting Rain for allowing me to post these Pink Panther disks here.

Roma Palaeur
Rome, Italy
6 June 1991

01.The Man In Me
02.People Putting People Down (John Prine)
03.I Want You

Arena di Bologna
Bologna, Italy
7 June 1991

4.Lay, Lady, Lay
5.All Along The Watchtower
6.Man Of Peace
7.Shelter From The Storm
8.Watching The River Flow
9.Love Minus Zero/No Limit
10.A Hard Rain’s A-Gonna Fall
11.It Ain’t Me, Babe
12.Just Like A Woman
13.Everything Is Broken
14.I’ll Remember You
15.Under The Red Sky
16.In The Garden
17.Like A Rolling Stone

Palatrussardi di Milano
Milano, Italy
8 June 1991

18.Whenever God Shines His Light (Van Morrison)
19.Enlightenment (Van Morrison)

Palatrussardi di Milano
Milano, Italy
8 June 1991

20.One Too Many Mornings
21.Man In The Long Black Coat

Olympic Stadium
Ljubljana, Yugoslavia
10 June 1991

22.Wiggle Wiggle
23.Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door
24.I Shall Be Released
25.The Times They Are A-Changin’
26.Maggie’s Farm

Zadjan Stadium
Belgrade, Yugoslavia
11 June 1991

27.Ballad Of A Thin Man
28.Gotta Serve Somebody
29.It’s All Over Now, Baby Blue
30.Gates Of Eden
31.Don’t Think Twice, It’s All Right
32.Girl Of The North Country
33.Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door
34.Rainy Day Women #12 & 35
35.Shooting Star
36.One More Cup Of Coffee (Valley Below)
37.Blowin’ In The Wind
38.Highway 61 Revisited

Kisstadion
Budapest, Hungary
12 June 1991

39.You’re A Big Girl Now
40.When First Unto This Country (trad.)
41.Mr Tambourine Man
42.Acoustic Jam

Eissportshalle
Olympic Stadium
Innsbruck, Austria
14 June 1991

43.Simple Twist Of Fate
44.Positively 4th Street
45.Homeward Bound (Paul Simon)
46.Seeing The Real You At Last

Sporthalle
Linz, Austria
15 June 1991

47.Bob Dylan’s Dream

Beethovensaal, Liederhalle
Stuttgart, Germany
17 June 1991

48.New Morning
49.I Believe In You
50.What Good Am I?

Sporthalle
Essen, Germany
18 June 1991

51.I’ll Be Your Baby Tonight
52.Trail Of The Buffalo (trad. arr. Woody Guthrie)
53.Desolation Row

Stadthalle
Offenbach, Germany
19 June 1991

54.It Takes A Lot To Laugh, It Takes A Train To Cry
55.Leopard-Skin Pill-Box Hat
56.Two Soldiers (trad.)
57.Lenny Bruce

Zirkus Krone
M¸nchen, Germany
21 June 1991

58.All Along The Watchtower
59.Shelter From The Storm
60.Gotta Serve Somebody
61.Wiggle Wiggle
62.When I Paint My Masterpiece

Schlˆsshof
Bad Mergentheim, Germany
22 June 1991

63.Girl Of The North Country

Stadtpark
Hamburg, Germany
23 June 1991

64.New Morning
65.Man Gave Names To All The Animals
66.When I Paint My Masterpiece
67.Barbara Allen (trad.)

Cirkus
Kungliga DjurgÂrden
Stockholm, Sweden
25 June 1991

68.I’ll Be Your Baby Tonight
69.Man In The Long Black Coat

Cirkus
Kungliga DjurgÂrden
Stockholm, Sweden
26 June 1991

70.I’ll Be Your Baby Tonight
71.Ballad Of Hollis Brown

Kalv¯ya
Sandvika, Norway
28 June 1991
Kalv¯ya-Festivalen

72.Girl Of The North Country

Midtfyns Festival
Ringe, Denmark
29 June 1991

73.The Lonesome Death Of Hattie Carroll

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Bob Dylan – 1991 Electric Piano Man

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Bob Dylan
1991 ELECTRIC Piano Man
(Pink Panther Records)
1991 Summer Tour of Europe (Highlights)
SPECIAL EDITION (SINGLE CD) WITH BONUS TRACK!

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1991 is Bob’s most unloved year & the European Tour is the most unloved tour leg in 1991.
Why? The critics & Bob-book writers say so – mainly because of Stuttgart.
They are very, very wrong.
Here’s why.

01.Man Of Peace (06-07 Bologna)
02.Man In The Long Black Coat (06-25 Stockholm)
03.Under The Red Sky (06-07 Bologna)
04.One More Cup Of Coffee (Valley Below) (06-11 Belgrade)
05.Just Like A Woman (06-07 Bologna)
06.Shelter From The Storm (06-07 Bologna)
07.When First Unto This Country (06-12 Budapest)
08.Two Soldiers (06-19 Offenbach)
09.Mr Tambourine Man (06-12 Budapest)
10.People Putting People Down (06-06 Rome)
11.Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door (06-10 Ljubljana)
12.Shooting Star (06-11 Belgrade)
13.It Takes A Lot To Laugh, It Takes A Train To Cry (06-19 Offenbach)
14.Ballad Of A Thin Man (06-11 Belgrade)
15.Don’t Think Twice, It’s All Right (06-11 Belgrade)
16.Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door (06-11 Belgrade) [BONUS TRACK]

P.S. The bonus track will not fit on a single cd.
P.P.S That’s Bob on electric piano.

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Bob Dylan – 1989 The Flower of Belton & The Rose of Seline

1988-10-18 New York poster

Bob Dylan
1989 THE FLOWER OF BELTON & THE ROSE OF SELINE
Pink Panter Records
1988 Fall Tour of the United States

Download: FLAC/MP3

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

41 ball-tearing, sensational tracks
35 different songs
6 concerts are represented here (from the total of 7 concerts).
3 hours & 37 minutes of music
1 bob

All 35 songs played on the tour leg are represented here.

The Tower Theatre
Upper Darby, Pennsylvania
13 October 1988

1.Absolutely Sweet Marie
2.Masters Of War
3.Shelter From The Storm
4.With God On Our Side
5.Girl Of The North Country
6.Don’t Think Twice, It’s All Right
7.I Shall Be Released
8.The Times They Are A-Changin’
9.Every Grain Of Sand

The Tower Theatre
Upper Darby, Pennsylvania
14 October 1988

10.Wagoner’s Lad (trad.)
11.It Ain’t Me, Babe

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

12.Ballad Of A Thin Man
13.You’re A Big Girl Now
14.Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door

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

15.Just Like A Woman
16.To Ramona
17.All Along The Watchtower

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

18.Subterranean Homesick Blues
19.I’ll Remember You
20.John Brown
21.Stuck Inside Of Mobile With The Memphis Blues Again
22.Simple Twist Of Fate
23.Bob Dylan’s 115th Dream
24.Highway 61 Revisited
25.Gates Of Eden
26.With God On Our Side
27.One Too Many Mornings
28.Barbara Allen (trad.)
29.Silvio (Bob Dylan & Robert Hunter)
30.In The Garden
31.Like A Rolling Stone
32.Wagoner’s Lad (trad.)
33.The Lonesome Death Of Hattie Carroll
34.Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door
XX.All Along The Watchtower (missing)
35.Maggie’s Farm

Oakland Coliseum
Oakland, California
4 December 1988
An all acoustic evening of music to benefit The Bridge School.

36.San Francisco Bay Blues (Jesse Fuller)
37.Pretty Boy Floyd (Woody Guthrie)
38.With God On Our Side
39.Girl Of The North Country
40.Gates Of Eden
41.Forever Young

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Billie Holiday – Just Jazz With Ed Beach

Billie Holiday
Just Jazz w/Ed Beach
WRVR FM, NY 106.7
broadcast in the early 1960’s

Download: FLAC/MP3

source: fm 7″ reel masters @ 3.75 ips, no nr
taped by Mr. Driefus

lineage: r.m. playback on Sony TC-850>sbm1>cdr>soundforge 4.5>cdr>eac>flac
transfer by Rob Berger, tracking by PeterG, text by John Tallmadge

Disc One 79:08

01. The Mood That I’m In (02/18/37)
02. They Way You Look Tonight (10/36)
03. That’s All That I Ask Of You (01/20/39)
04. Dream Of Life (01/20/39)
05. Body And Soul (1949 Live)
06. Strange Fruit (1949 Live)
07. Travelin’ Light (1949 Live)
08. Long Gone Blues (03/21/39)
09. How Am I To Know (1944)
10. I’m Yours (1944)
11. My Old Flame (1944)
12. Some Other Spring (07/05/39)
13. If You Were Mine (10/25/35)
14. The Man I Love (12/15/39)
15. Summertime (07/10/36)
16. Billie’s Blues (07/10/36)
17. Ghost Of Yesterday (02/29/40)
18. Body And Soul (02/29/40)
19. Announcement of upcoming songs on disc two

Disc Two 79:45

01. I Hear Music (09/12/40)
02. Practice Makes Perfect (09/12/40)
03. I’m Pulling Through
04. Tell Me More
05. Laughing At Life
06. Keeps On Raining
07. Gimme A Pigfoot (And A Bottle Of Beer)
08. Baby, I Don’t Cry Over You
09. Love Me Or Leave Me
10. Too Marvelous For Words
11. Willow Weep For Me
12. I Thought About You
13. Somebody’s On My Mind
14. Guilty
15. My Sweet Hunk O’ Trash
16. He’s Funny That Way (Live)
17. The Man I Love (Live)
18. Gee Baby, Ain’t I Good To You (Live)
19. All Of Me (Live)
20. Them There Eyes
21. Without Your Love
22. Getting Some Fun Out Of Life
23. Travelin’ All Alone
24. These Foolish Things
25. When Your Smiling
26. If Dreams Come True
27. Did I Remember
28. No Regrets

Disc Three 79:53

01. I Can’t Get Started (11/37)
02. Your Mother’s Son-In-Law (12/18/33)
03. Riffin’ The Scotch (12/18/33)
04. They Can’t Take That Away From Me (06/30/37)
05. Swing Brother Swing (06/30/37)
06. A Fine Romance (10/28/36)
07. Easy To Love (10/28/36)
08. Time On My Hands (06/07/40?)
09. Travelin’ Light (1943 or 1944)
10. God Bless The Child (05/09/41)
11. Am I Blue (05/09/41)
12. I’ll Get By (1944)
13. I’ll Be Seeing You (1944)
14. Embraceable You (1944)
15. I Cover The Waterfront (08/07/41)
16. Love Me Or Leave Me (08/07/41)
17. Gloomy Sunday (08/07/41)
18. I’m Gonna Lock My Heart (1936 or 1937)
19. Strange Fruit (1939)
20. Georgia On My Mind (03/21/41)

notes: considering the source is a 40 year old reel, this sounds nice,
many of jazz mavin Ed Beach’s broadcasts are in the Library of Congress,
this one, however, is not.

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Bob Dylan – Ninteen74 Anthology

BOB DYLAN & THE BAND
Nineteen74 Anthology
dylantree.com Compilation

Download: FLAC/MP3

Label-less 3 CD-R set from “Project 74”, an internet-based effort to collect the best
recordings from the 1974 Dylan/Band tour. The CDs were originally circulated through
the dylantree.com web site

SOURCE: Trade CDRs > EAC > FLAC Level 8 Align on Sector Boundaries

High Resolution Artwork Included

JTT, July 2011

Disc One
01. Stage Announcements [Bill Graham] (Ann Arbor, 2/2)
02. Most Likely You Go Your Way (Uniondale, 1/29)
03. Rainy Day Women #12 & 35 (Uniondale, 1/28)
04. Tough Mama (Chicago, 1/4)
05. It Ain’t Me, Babe (Fort Worth, 1/25)
06. One Too Many Mornings (Largo, 1/16)
07. I Don’t Believe You (Montreal, 1/11)
08. LeopardSkin PillBox Hat (Philadelphia, 1/6E)
09. Just Like Tom Thumb’s Blues (New York City, 1/30)
10. Ballad Of A Thin Man (Toronto, 1/10)
11. Mr. Tambourine Man (Los Angeles, 2/14E)
12. Something There Is About You (Fort Worth, 1/25)
13. Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door (Uniondale, 1/28)
14. As I Went Out One Morning (Toronto, 1/10)
15. Forever Young (Boston, 1/14A)
16. It Takes A Lot To Laugh, (Toronto, 1/9)
17. Like A Rolling Stone (Uniondale, 1/29)
18. Most Likely You Go Your Way (Montreal, 1/11)
19. Taper And Friend (Largo, 1/16)

Disc Two
01. Times They Are A-Changin’ (New York City, 1/31)
02. Blowin’ In The Wind (Montreal, 1/12)
03. Don’t Think Twice, (Uniondale, 1/28)
04. Visions Of Johanna (Denver, 2/6A)
05. It’s All Over Now Baby Blue (Uniondale, 1/29)
06. Hard Rain’s A-Gonna Fall (St. Louis, 2/4A)
07. She Belongs To Me (Los Angeles, 2/14E)
08. Love Minus Zero (Toronto, 1/10)
09. Lonesome Death Of Hattie Carroll (Seattle, 2/9A)
10. Mr. Tambourine Man (Philadelphia, 1/6E)
11. Nobody ‘Cept You (Philadelphia, 1/6E)
12. Wedding Song (Largo, 1/15)
13. Just Like A Woman (Fort Worth, 1/25)
14. Gates Of Eden (Montreal, 1/11)
15. Fourth Time Around (Memphis, 1/23)
16. Girl From The North Country (Philadelphia, 1/7)
17. It’s Alright Ma (I’m Only Bleeding) (New York City, 1/30)

Disc Three
01. Stage Fright (Fort Worth, 1/25)
02. Holy Cow (Chicago, 1/3)
03. The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down (Uniondale, 1/29)
04. When You Awake (Ann Arbor, 2/2)
05. King Harvest (Uniondale, 1/28)
06. Goin’ Back To Memphis (Memphis, 1/23)
07. Loving You Is Sweeter Than Ever (Largo, 1/15)
08. Share Your Love [w/Dylan harmonica] (Chicago, 1/3)
09. Long Black Veil (Philadelphia, 1/6E)
10. This Wheel’s On Fire (Uniondale, 1/28)
11. The Weight (Fort Worth, 1/25)

* Soundboard Bonus Tracks *

12. Most Likely You Got Your Way (Los Angeles, 2/14E)
13. It Ain’t Me Babe (Los Angeles, 2/14E) [Asylum mono mix]
14. Ballad Of Hollis Brown (New York City, 1/31A) [Before The Flood rough mix]
15. It’s Alright Ma (I’m Only Bleeding) [Dylan] (Los Angeles, 2/14E)
16. Highway 61 Revisited (Seattle, 2/9E) [Before The Flood rough mix]
17. Forever Young (Los Angeles, 2/14E)
18. Blowin’ In The Wind (Los Angeles, 2/14E)

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Bob Dylan – 1974 Soundboard Collection

Bob Dylan
1974 Soundboard Collection
10CD Box Set (Limited Edition 352 / 500)
Label: Wonderland Records
Silver cd>EAC (secure mode)>TLH> flac (Level-8)>md-5>torrent

Download: FLAC/MP3

CD-1
Boston Gardens
Boston, Massachusetts
14 January 1974 ó Afternoon

1.Rainy Day Women # 12 & 35
2.Lay Lady Lay
3.Just Like Tom Thumb’s Blues
4.It Ain’t Me, Babe
5.I Don’t Believe You (She Acts Like We Never Have Met)
6.Ballad Of A Thin Man
7.Stage Fright (Robbie Robertson)
8.The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down (Robbie Robertson)
9.King Harvest (Has Surely Come) (Robbie Robertson)
10.This Wheel’s On Fire (Rick Danko – Bob Dylan)
11.I Shall Be Released
12.Up On Cripple Creek (Robbie Robertson)
13.All Along The Watchtower
14.Ballad Of Hollis Brown
15.Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door

CD-2
Boston Gardens
Boston, Massachusetts
14 January 1974 – Afternoon

1.The Times They Are A-Changin’
2.Don’t Think Twice, It’s All Right
3.Gates Of Eden
4.Just Like A Woman
5.It’s Alright, Ma (I’m Only Bleeding)
6.Rag Mama Rag (Robbie Robertson)
7.When You Awake (Richard Manuel – Robbie Robertson)
8.The Shape I’m In (Robbie Robertson)
9.The Weight (Robbie Robertson)
10.Forever Young
11.Something There Is About You
12.Like A Rolling Stone
13.Most Likely You Go Your Way (And I’ll Go Mine)

CD-3
Madison Square Garden
New York City, New York
31 January 1974 – Evening

1.Most Likely You Go Your Way (And I’ll Go Mine)
2.Lay Lady Lay
3.Just Like Tom Thumb’s Blues
4.Rainy Day Women # 12 & 35
5.It Ain’t Me, Babe
6.Ballad Of A Thin Man
7.Stage Fright (Robbie Robertson)
8.The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down (Robbie Robertson)
9.King Harvest (Has Surely Come) (Robbie Robertson)
10.When You Awake (Richard Manuel – Robbie Robertson)
11.Up On Cripple Creek (Robbie Robertson)
12.All Along The Watchtower
13.Ballad Of Hollis Brown
14.Knockin’ On Heaven’s D oor

CD-4
Madison Square Garden
New York City, New York
31 January 1974 – Evening

1.The Times They Are A-Changin’
2.Don’t Think Twice, It’s All Right
3.Gates Of Eden
4.Just Like A Woman
5.It’s Alright, Ma (I’m Only Bleeding)
6.Rag Mama Rag (Robbie Robertson)
7.This Wheel’s On Fire (Rick Danko – Bob Dylan)
8.The Shape I’m In (Robbie Robertson)
9.The Weight (Robbie Robertson)
10.Forever Young
11.Highway 61 Revisited
12.Like A Rolling Stone
13.Most Likely You Go Your Way (And I’ll Go Mine)
14.Blowin’ In The Wind

CD-5
Alameda County Coliseum
Oakland, California
11 February 1974 – Evening

1.Most Likely You Go Your Way (And I’ll Go Mine)
2.Lay Lady Lay
3.Just Like Tom Thumb’s Blues
4.Rainy Day Women # 12 & 35
5.It Ain’t Me, Babe
6.Ballad Of A Thin Man
7.Stage Fright (Robbie Robertson)
8.The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down (Robbie Robertson)
9.King Harvest (Has Surely Come) (Robbie Robertson)
10.When You Awake (Richard Manuel – Robbie Robertson)
11.Up On Cripple Creek (Robbie Robertson)
12..All Along The Watchtower
13..Ballad Of Hollis Brown
14..Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door

CD-6
Alameda County Coliseum
Oakland, California
11 February 1974 – Evening

1.The Times They Are A-Changin’
2.Just Like A Woman
3.Gates Of Eden
4.Don’t Think Twice, It’s All Right
5.It’s Alright, Ma (I’m Only Bleeding)
6.Rag Mama Rag (Robbie Robertson)
7.This Wheel’s On Fire (Rick Danko – Bob Dylan)
8.The Shape I’m In (Robbie Robertson)
9.The Weight (Robbie Robertson)
10.Forever Young
11.Highway 61 Revisited
12.Like A Rolling Stone
13.Maggie’s Farm
14.Blowin’ In The Wind

CD-7
The Forum Inglewood
Los Angeles, California
14 February 1974 – Afternoon

1.Most Likely You Go Your Way (And I’ll Go Mine)
2.Lay Lady Lay
3.Just Like Tom Thumb’s Blues
4.Rainy Day Women # 12 & 35
5.It Ain’t Me, Babe
6.Ballad Of A Thin Man
7.Stage Fright (Robbie Robertson)
8.The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down (Robbie Robertson)
9.King Harvest (Has Surely Come) (Robbie Robertson)
10.When You Awake (Richard Manuel – Robbie Robertson)
11.I Shall Be Released
12.Up On Cripple Creek (Robbie Robertson)
13.All Along The Watchtower
14.Ballad Of Hollis Brown
15.Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door

CD-8
The Forum
Inglewood
Los Angeles, California
14 February 1974 – Afternoon

1.She Belongs To Me
2.It’s All Over Now, Baby Blue
3.The Times They Are A-Changin’
4.Just Like A Woman
5.It’s Alright, Ma (I’m Only Bleeding)
6.Rag Mama Rag (Robbie Robertson)
7.This Wheel’s On Fire (Rick Danko – Bob Dylan)
8.The Shape I’m In (Robbie Robertson)
9.The Weight (Robbie Robertson)
10.Forever Young
11.Highway 61 Revisited
12.Like A Rolling Stone
13.Blowin’ In The Wind

CD-9
The Forum Inglewood
Los Angeles, California
14 February 1974 – Evening

1.Most Likely You Go Your Way (And I’ll Go Mine)
2.Lay Lady Lay
3.Just Like Tom Thumb’s Blues
4.Rainy Day Women # 12 & 35
5.It Ain’t Me, Babe
6.Ballad Of A Thin Man
7.Stage Fright (Robbie Robertson)
8.The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down (Robbie Robertson)
9.King Harvest (Has Surely Come) (Robbie Robertson)
10.When You Awake (Richard Manuel – Robbie Robertson)
11.Up On Cripple Creek (Robbie Robertson)
12..All Along The Watchtower
13.Ballad Of Hollis Brown
14.Mr. Tambourine Man
15.Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door

CD-10
The Forum
Inglewood
Los Angeles, California
14 February 1974 – Evening

1.She Belongs To Me
2.The Times They Are A-Changin’
3.Just Like A Woman
4.Gates Of Eden
5.Don’t Think Twice, It’s All Right
6.It’s Alright, Ma (I’m Only Bleeding)
7.Rag Mama Rag (Robbie Robertson)
8.Endless Highway (Robbie Robertson)
9.The Shape I’m In (Robbie Robertson)
10.The Weight (Robbie Robertson)
11.Forever Young
12.Highway 61 Revisited
13.Like A Rolling Stone
14.Maggie’s Farm
15.Blowin’ In The Wind

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Bob Dylan – The Minnesota Tapes

bob dylan - the minnesota tapes

Bob Dylan
The Minnesota Tapes
Minnesota Party Tape II (Beecher Tape) – May 1961
*Adapted from the traditional “It’s Hard To Be Poor” and Rev. Gary Davis’ “There Was A Time When I Was Blind”
Minnesota Hotel Tape (Glover Tape) Dec. 22, 1961

Thanks to Bobs Boots for the info.

Download: FLAC/MP3

Tracks:

Disc one
Minnesota Party Tape:
Ramblin’ Round (Woody Guthrie)
Death Don’t Have No Mercy (Rev. Gary Davis)
It’s Hard To Be Blind (Adapted*)
This Train Is Bound For Glory (Big Bill Broonzy)
Harmonica Solo
Talkin’ Fish Blues (Woody Guthrie)
Pastures Of Plenty (Woody Guthrie)
Railroad Bill (Traditional)
Will The Circle Be Unbroken (A P Carter)
Man Of Constant Sorrow (Traditional)
Pretty Polly (Traditional)
Railroad Boy (Traditional)
James Alley Blues (Richard Brown)
Bonnie, Why’d You Cut My Hair (Traditional)
This Land Is Your Land (Woody Guthrie)
Two Trains Running (McKinley Morganfield)
Wild Mountain Thyme (Traditional)
Disc two
Howdido
Car Car
Don’t You Push Me Down
Come See
I Want It Now (I Want My Milk)
San Francisco Bay Blues
A Long Time A-Growin’
Devilish Mary
Minnesota Hotel Tape:
Candy Man (Rev. Gary Davis arr. of trad. song)
Baby Please Don’t Go (Big Joe Williams)
Hard Times In New York Town (adapted*1)
Stealin’ (Memphis Jug Band arr. of trad. song)
Poor Lazarus (Traditional)
I Ain’t Got No Home (Woody Guthrie)
It’s Hard To Be Blind (adapted*2)
Dink’s Song (John & Alan Lomax arr. of trad. song)
Man Of Constant Sorrow (Dylan arr. of trad. song)
East Orange (Assumed Dylan)
Disc three
Naomi Wise (Traditional)
Wade In The Water (Traditional)
I Was Young When I Left Home (adapted*3)
In The Evening (Leroy Carr)
Baby Let Me Follow You Down (E.Von Schmidt)
Sally Gal (adapted*4)
Gospel Plow (Traditional)
Long John (Traditional)
Cocaine Blues (Rev. Gary Davis arr. of trad. song)
VD Blues (Woody Guthrie)
VD Waltz (Woody Guthrie)
VD City (Woody Guthrie)
VD Gunner’s Blues (Woody Guthrie)
See My Grave’s Kept Clean (Lemon Jefferson)
Ramblin’ Round (Woody Guthrie)
Black Cross (Lord Buckley arr. of Joseph S. Newman)

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Van Morrison – Little Village Compilation

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Van Morrison
Little Village compilation
collection with various live performances from the
past four years of the song “Little Village”.

Download: FLAC/MP3

Disc 1:

01. Malvern, England, November 25, 2003
02. Leipzig, Germany, November 19, 2003
03. Granada, Spain January 17, 2004
04. Irving Plaza, NYC, NY, USA, March 30, 2004
05. San Francisco, CA, USA, April 3, 2004
06. San Francisco, CA, USA, April 4, 2004
07. Torquay, England September 16, 2005
08. London, England, October 28, 2005, early show
09. Middlesborough, England, December 2, 2005
10. Malvern, England December 8, 2006

Disc 2

01. Sandefjord, Norway, January 10, 2004
02. Malaga, Spain, January 18, 2004, early
03. Milan, Italy, March 18, 2004
04. Liverpool, England June 4, 2004
05. Torquay, England, August 14, 2004, late
06. Bournemouth, England, March 24, 2005
07. Londonderry, Northern Ireland, April 28, 2005
08. Bangor, Wales, August 27, 2005
09. Torquay, England, September 16, 2005
10. Belfast, Northern Ireland, February 3, 2006