Great Woods Performing Arts Center
2 July 1988
01 – Subterranean Homesick Blues
02 – Pretty Peggy-O (trad. arr. Bob Dylan)
03 – Had A Dream About You, Baby
04 – Ballad Of A Thin Man
05 – Stuck Inside Of Mobile With The Memphis Blues Again
06 – Tangled Up In Blue
07 – Mr. Tambourine Man
08 – Love Minus Zero/No Limit
09 – It Ain’t Me, Babe
10 – I Shall Be Released
11 – Silvio (Bob Dylan & Robert Hunter)
12 – All Along The Watchtower
13 – The Times They Are A-Changin’
14 – Maggie’s Farm
15 – Like A Rolling Stone
Concert # 17 of The Never-Ending Tour.
Concert # 17 of the Interstate 88 Tour, part 1: Summer Tour of North America.
Concert # 17 with the first Never-Ending Tour Band:
Bob Dylan (vocal & guitar),
G. E. Smith (guitar),
Kenny Aaronson (bass),
Christopher Parker (drums).
7-9 and 13 Bob Dylan (vocal & guitar), G.E. Smith (guitar).
11 G. E. Smith (backup vocal).
Live debut of Pretty Peggy-O.
First Never Ending Tour performances of Mr. Tambourine Man and Love Minus Zero/No Limit.
9 new songs (60%) compared to previous concert. 3 new songs for this tour.
LB-07283 ; 75min ; 1CDR ; Rating: B+
SBD > cass a? > DAT > CD-R > EAC > SoundForge 9.0e > Trader’s Little Helper 2.4.1 > .flac16
AUD master patch:
01 Motorcycle Mama
03 Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere
04 I Believe in You
05 Unknown Legend
06 Dance, Dance, Dance
07 Buffalo Springfield Again
08 Razor Love
09 From Hank to Hendrix
10 Dady Went Walkin’
11 Peace of Mind
12 Walk On
13 Bad Fog of Lonliness
14 Band Introductions
16 Words (Between the Lines of Age)
17 Harvest Moon
18 World on a String
19 Tonight’s the Night
20 Like a Hurricane
21 Mellow My Mind
lineage: ALD > DAT > CDR(0) > CDR clone > EAC > .WAV > TLH > .FLAC > CEP (phase inversion right channel) > .FLAC
From my CD collection. Sorry I have no other source info for this. – Mat
Love and Only Love
Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere
Got To Get Back to the Country
A Day In The Life
Farm Aid, is of course the benefit concert put on every year by Neil Young, John Mellencamp, and Willie Nelson, starring theselves and a host of other performers to benefit struggling farmers.
They came to Indianapolis one year when I was living not far from there, but for some reason I didn’t go (couldn’t get the time off or didn’t have the money one, I can’t remember.)
This is one of Neil’s sets from the show which starts out rocking, goes country-acoustic and back to freak out rock. Check out that closing Beatles’ cover, it rocks hard, and manages a decent job of conveying the weird instrumental strangeness of the original, even if it lacks its subtletly.