Scottish Exhibition And Conference Center
3 February 1991
I previously posted LB 4090 here.
01 – The Mountains Of Mourne (instr)
02 – Subterranean Homesick Blues
03 – What Was It You Wanted
04 – Watching The River Flow
05 – Positively 4th Street
06 – I’ll Be Your Baby Tonight
07 – Gotta Serve Somebody
08 – Bob Dylan’s Dream
09 – Ballad Of Hollis Brown
10 – Boots Of Spanish Leather
11 – Mr. Tambourine Man
12 – Under The Red Sky
13 – Just Like A Woman
14 – Political World
15 – I Shall Be Released
16 – Like A Rolling Stone
17 – Blowin’ In The Wind
18 – All Along The Watchtower
Concert # 268 of The Never-Ending Tour.
Concert # 5 of the 1991 Second Fastbreak Tour. 1991 concert # 5.
Concert # 5 with the 4th Never-Ending Tour band:
Bob Dylan (vocal & guitar),
John Jackson (guitar),
Cesar Diaz (guitar),
Tony Garnier (bass),
Ian Wallace (drums).
2, 3, 4, 10, 11, 13, 14, 17 Bob Dylan harmonica.
8, 9 acoustic with Bob Dylan (guitar & vocal), Cesar Diaz (guitar).
10, 17 acoustic with Bob Dylan (guitar & vocal), Cesar Diaz (guitar), Tony Garnier (bass guitar).
11 acoustic with Bob Dylan (guitar & vocal), Cesar Diaz (guitar), Tony Garnier (bass guitar), Ian Wallace (drums).
Note. The first track has been identified as the traditional song The Mountains Of Mourne, but the performed song has no resemblance to this song at all.
– Thank you very much! Weíve never played that, this band has never played
that song with me before but they did a really good job, don’t you think?
(after Positively 4th Street).
– That is one of my old country songs. This is one of my gospel songs here.
(starts Gotta Serve Somebody).
– Thank you! Van Morrison taught me that ending! He said it always works.
(after Boots Of Spanish Leather).
– Crime don’t have a face. It’s got everything but a face.
It don’t NEED a face.
– Thanks everybody! Long live Scotland!! (after last song).
14 new songs (77%) compared to previous concert. 12 new songs for this tour.
Stereo audience recording, 80 minutes.
LB-03688 ; 39min+44min ; 2CDR ; Rating: A-
2/3/91 Glasgow, Scotland, Scottish Exhibition And Conference Center
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in comparison to LB-1677 this is same recording based on same talking d1t5 6:02;
the channels are swapped; this one has less hiss and a clearer sound, it is warmer
but has a tinny sound as there is too much high end; still harsh; excellent sound [A-]
square wav static d1t3 1:13 to 1:20, plus some more and some digi-pops; drop/cut between cdrs