Bob Dylan – Nashville, TN (10/19/10)

Bob Dylan & His Band
Nashville, Tennessee
Municipal Auditorium
October 19, 2010

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Excellent-sounding audience recording.Going away so I’m putting
this up quickly wothout listening all the way through.
Hopefully there are no glitches.

Recorded with Edirol R-09 with Church Cardoid Mics
with STC-9000 Preamp.Tracks edited with CDWave.

  1. Leopard-Skin Pill-Box Hat (Bob on keyboard)
  2. This Wheel’s On Fire (Bob center stage on harp)
  3. Stuck Inside Of Mobile With The Memphis Blues Again
    (Bob on guitar)
  4. Just Like A Woman (Bob on keyboard)
  5. Beyond Here Lies Nothin’ (Bob on keyboard, Donnie on trumpet)
  6. Tangled Up In Blue (Bob center stage on harp)
  7. Rollin’ And Tumblin’ (Bob on keyboard, Donnie on electric mandolin)
  8. Spirit On The Water (Bob on keyboard and harp)
  9. High Water (For Charley Patton)
    (Bob center stage on harp, Donnie on banjo)
  10. Workingman’s Blues #2 (Bob on keyboard then center stage on harp)
  11. Highway 61 Revisited (Bob on keyboard)
  12. Ain’t Talkin’ (Bob on keyboard, Donnie on viola)
  13. Thunder On The Mountain (Bob on keyboard)
  14. Ballad Of A Thin Man (Bob center stage on harp) (encore)
  15. Jolene (Bob on keyboard)
  16. Like A Rolling Stone (Bob on keyboard)

Band Members
Bob Dylan – guitar, keyboard, harp
Tony Garnier – bass
George Recile – drums
Stu Kimball – rhythm guitar
Charlie Sexton – lead guitar
Donnie Herron – trumpet, viola, electric mandolin, pedal steel, lap steel

Van Morrison – Nashville, TN (03/13/08)

13 MARCH 2008

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Master DAT to Creative > Cool-Edit Pro > flac level 6 > you
Audience noise lowered. Music level lifted.

Thanks to MFN and all involved!

CD01 :
01 This Love Of Mine
02 Saint James Infirmary
03 Playhouse
04 I Can’t Stop Loving You
05 Precious Time
06 Magic Time
07 School Of Hard Knocks
08 Keep It Simple
09 How Can A Poor Boy?
10 That’s Entrainment

CD02 :
01 End Of The Land
02 Don’t Go To Nightclubs Anymore
03 Lover Come Back
04 Song Of Home
05 No Thing
06 Bright Side Of The Road
07 Soul
08 Behind The Ritual
09 Help Me [cut]
Gloria [not recorded]

The Van Morrison Band : John Allair : Hammond organ; The Crawford Bell Singers : backing vocals [Crawford Bell : trumpet, acoustic guitar; Karen Hamill], Tony Fitzgibbon : violin, mandolin, Sarah Jory : pedal steel guitar, acoustic guitar, handclaps; Paul Moran : keyboards; Paul Moore : bass; John Platania : electric and acoustic guitar; Bobbie Ruggiero : percussion, backing vocals; Neal Wilkinson : drums.
Guest : Mick Green : electric guitar.

Grateful Dead – Nashville, TN (04/22/78)

Grateful Dead
April 22, 1978
Municipal Auditorium
Nashville, TN

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I have three sources for this show, you can read the info here.

–Set 1–
101-d1t01 – Bertha ->
102-d1t02 – Good Lovin’
103-d1t03 – Candyman
104-d1t04 – Looks Like Rain
105-d1t05 – Tennessee Jed
106-d1t06 – Jack Straw
107-d1t07 – Peggy-O
108-d1t08 – New Minglewood Blues
109-d1t09 – Deal

–Set 2–
201-d2t01 – Tuning
202-d2t02 – Lazy Lightnin’ ->
203-d2t03 – Supplication
204-d2t04 – It Must Have Been the Roses
205-d2t05 – Estimated Prophet ->
206-d2t06 – Eyes of the World ->
207-d2t07 – Drums ->
208-d3t01 – Not Fade Away ->
209-d3t02 – Wharf Rat ->
210-d3t03 – Sugar Magnolia

211-d3t04 – One More Saturday Night

Bob Dylan – Nashville, TN (12/02/78)

Bob Dylan
Municipal Auditorium
Nashville, Tennessee
December 2, 1978

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01 – My Back Pages
02 – She’s Love Crazy (Tampa Red)
03 – Mr. Tambourine Man
04 – Shelter From The Storm
05 – It’s All Over Now, Baby Blue
06 – Tangled Up In Blue
07 – Ballad Of A Thin Man
08 – Maggie’s Farm
09 – I Don’t Believe You (She Acts Like We Never Have Met)
10 – Like A Rolling Stone
11 – I Shall Be Released
12 – SeÒor (Tales Of Yankee Power)

13 – The Times They Are A-Changin’
14 – Rainy Day Women # 12 & 35
15 – It Ain’t Me, Babe (acoustic)
16 – Am I Your Stepchild?
17 – One More Cup Of Coffee (Valley Below)
18 – Blowin’ In The Wind
19 – Girl From The North Country
20 – We Better Talk This Over
21 – Masters Of War
22 – Just Like A Woman
23 – To Ramona
24 – All Along The Watchtower
25 – All I Really Want To Do
26 – It’s Alright, Ma (I’m Only Bleeding)
27 – Forever Young

28 – Changing Of The Guards
29 – I’ll Be Your Baby Tonight

Concert # 55 of the 1978 US Fall Tour. 1978 concert # 104
Concert # 81 with the 1978 World Tour Band:
Bob Dylan (vocal & guitar),
Billy Cross (lead guitar),
Alan Pasqua (keyboards),
Steven Soles (rhythm guitar, backup vocals),
David Mansfield (violin & mandolin),
Steve Douglas (horns),
Jerry Scheff (bass),
Bobbye Hall (percussion),
Ian Wallace (drums),
background vocals:
Helena Springs,
Jo Ann Harris,
Carolyn Dennis.

1 instrumental without Bob Dylan.
3, 5, 15, 16, 22 Bob Dylan (harmonica).
14 Helena Springs, Jo Ann Harris, Carolyn Dennis (vocals) without Bob Dylan.
15 Bob Dylan solo (vocal, harmonica & guitar).
27 Peter Drake (guitar)

Note. 2, 19 and partly 27 broadcast 1979 by
Italian TV in the TV special “Il Profeta E Stanco”.


  • You remember those carnivals we used to have those carnivals?
    I remember those carnivals we had in the 50’s. Every carnival that came
    through town, or I traveled to, had what you called a geek. You know what
    a geek is? A geeek is a name …., in those days it cost a quarter to see him.
    These days it’s probably about 5:50, but back then it cost a quarter to see him.
    He’d eat a live chicken. He’d bite the head off, he’d eat that.
    Then he’d continue till he was finished with the whole chicken.
    Heart, blood everything. Anyway, then he’d sweep the feathers up with a broom.
    One day I was talking to the bearded lady after breakfast.
    And she said that this man wasn’t funky, but he was low down.
    As low down as you can get.
    People would always be insulting him for no good reason really.
    But she told me that he used to look at everybody else as being very freaky.
    Without having to stop to think about it.
    Anyway, as I travel around the world, that idea has given me a ot of
    encouragement as I go here and there. (before Ballad Of A Thin Man)
  • Thank you. This is a song I played at the Newport Folk Festival, 1963.
    And they booed me out of town, for playing that then.
    Anyway, it hasn’t stopped me now. I keep playing it night after night.
    It’s called I Ain’t Gonna Work On Maggie’s Farm No More. (before Maggie’s Farm)
  • I was riding on a train one time to Mexico, going up north to San Diego.
    I fell asleep on the train and woke up and it was about midnight.
    And the train had stopped at a place called Monterey. You know where Monterey
    is, right? There was a bunch of children getting off the train.
    There must have been about 17 children and the mother and the father.
    And they was getting off the train and at the time I was watching it all
    through the glass.
    It was like the whole side of the train was like a mirror.
    So I was watching it all happen and I saw this old man stumble onto the train.
    He was getting on and was walking down to the seat right across the car
    from me. So, I felt a vibration in the air, it was certainly the time.
    So I turned to look at him, and I could see he wasn’t dressed in anything
    but a blanket. He was just wearing a blanket, and he must have been 150
    years old. I took another look at him an I could see that both his eyes
    were burning out. They was on fire. And there was smoke coming out of his
    nostrils. Ah, well this is a man that I want to talk to.
    (before SeÒor (Tales Of Yankee Power))
  • Thank you. I was over in France for about four or five weeks, I don’t
    remember how long. My particular, ah the day I was born just happens to
    be the high holy gypsy holiday.
    I know it sounds strange but it’s true. Anyway, I went over there to see
    what they were doing on my birthday, seeing it was some kind of holiday.
    So, they all meet, all the gypsies from all over Europe. From France, England,
    Holland, and ah, Romania, all these different countries come and meet in the
    South of France.
    So I stayed over there with them for about a week, they partied for a week.
    I was fortunate enough to meet a young man who was the king of the gypsies.
    A young man who had 16 wives an 120 children and a whole lot of girlfriends.
    He held court every day, and he kind of took me under his wing, but sooner
    or later it got time to go, so I was heading off this way and he was going
    down that way.
    He said, “Well Bob, we have to go our separate ways, what would you like?”
    And I had done everything that week at least twice. Anyway I said,
    “Just One More Cup Of Coffee”.
    He said , “All right, black?” And he put it in a bag for me and give it to me,
    and I headed off down the road.
  • Thank you, all right. The first girl I ever loved, she broke my heart,
    left me for an older man, way back then. A few years later I wrote a song
    about her. (before Girl Of The North Country)
  • Thank you! Ladies and gentlemen,
    on the drums tonight, give him a warm hand, Mr. Ian Wallace.
    On the bass guitar, Jerry Scheff.
    On the keyboards, from Trinidad, the one and only Alan Pasqua.
    On the lead guitar, the oldest member of this group, born in 1921,
    ladies and gentlemen, there is nothing he hasn’t done, ladies and gentlemen,
    Mr. Billy Cross.
    On he violin, electric violin, electric mandolin, sometimes electric lead guitar,
    the youngest member of this group, fifteen years old, been with me for five years.
    Doesn’t smoke dope, drink whiskey or chase women.
    All that’s gonna change tonight. David Mansfield! On the rhythm guitar,
    a man from Bogota, South America. Doesn’t speak any English, but he plays
    his heart out doesn’t he? Mr. Steven Soles.
    Gave up a career as a racing car driver to join this band.
    When he stops playing guitar he’s gonna have to drive the bus.
    On the tenor saxophone, a man who is actually a legend in his own life time.
    He made many of Phil Spector’s greatest records.
    He used to play with Duane Eddy. Ladies and gentlemen, the phenomenal
    Steve Douglas. All right, on the backup vocals, three young ladies who
    make me sound so good. I know I haven’t got the greatest voice in the world,
    but they make it sound even worse than it is! My three girlfriends.
    I don’t have to look very far to chase some women. On the right, Jo Ann Harris.
    In the middle, Helena Springs. An on the other side, Miss Carolyn Dennis.
    On the conga drums from Detroit City, the most amazing Miss Bobbye Hall.
    (before It’s Alright, Ma (I’m Only Bleeding))
  • Thank you! Well, thank you very much! We’ll be back soon, we gotta go now,
    but we’ll be back. I’m not ready to be put out in the pasture just yet, so …
    Anyway. I made some records in this town.
    I think I’m gonna come back and do some more. But, until then, thanks for
    coming. Here’s a song I wrote for one of my babies when he was a baby.
    He’s not a baby anymore and he’s not here, but I wanna play it anyway.
    (before Forever Young)

1 new song (3%) compared to previous concert. No new songs for this tour.

Mono audience recording, 150 minutes.

LB-04407 ; 77min+78min ; 2CDR ; Rating: B

12/2/78 Nashville, Tennessee, Municipal Auditorium

Taper: BS
Source: Flac files from taper.

Equipment: “Taped using a 3-head portable cassette recorder and electret condenser mic which
was possibly above-average equipment for the typical audience stealth taper in those days.”

From taper’s masters list:
Dec 2, 1978 — NASHVILLE, TN — Tape — C-121, C-122, C-122.1 >> DAT D-78-10 >> CD-78-27, 28
(29 songs; complete) — These are stereo master cassettes (source for filler tracks on
CD: Hush Hush Sweet Charlotte). Note: Encore was not recorded, but the 2 encore songs included
here (from Reel R-124) are from another recording (not my master).

Taper’s comments concerning his oeuvre:
Charlotte, Columbia, and the two Knoxvilles would be the most highly recommended. Nashville
and Memphis would be next. Cincy is the most “distant”. Of course, my Charlotte recording
has been commercially booted (and Knoxville 2/5 too), but the quality of the raw (undoctored)
transfers tends to beat the bootleg discs by quite a ways. I recently did a new transfer
(via improved equipment & connections) to CDr from the original Charlotte Maxell cassettes
which are still in surprisingly good condition, and that one sounds best ever.

bittorrent download 01/07;
different recording than LB-4087 with different crowd talking at end of d1t3;
in comparison this one sounded a little harsher and more echoey but fuller sound;
very good to excellent sound [B+] and last 2 songs at [B-];
(a bittorrent from 06/09 having matching md5 and files is part of lk 78 series)

drop/pop d2t6 0:01, between cdrs, end of d2t13

Grateful Dead – Nashville, TN (12/16/78)

Grateful Dead
December 16, 1978
Municipal Auditorium
Nashville, TN

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Recording Info:
(FOB) Sony ECM 250 -> Cassette Master (Maxell UD-XLII/Dolby B)

Transfer Info:
Cassette Master (Tascam 122mkII) -> Apogee MiniMe (24bit/48k) ->
Samplitude Professional v8.01 -> FLAC/16
(3 Discs Audio / 2 Discs FLAC)

All Transfers and Mastering By Charlie Miller
January 26, 2007

Patch Info:
Nakamichi 300 -> Cassette Master -> Dat -> CD (By Robert Wagner)
Drums (9:08 – 9:26)

— 2nd Set is seamless
— Thanks to Paul Scotton and Joani Walker for the tapes
— There were fades and gaps between almost every song which I fixed
— First few seconds of Sugaree are missing
— This version is played back without Dolby

Set 1:
d1t01 – Sugaree
d1t02 – Beat It On Down The Line
d1t03 – Candyman
d1t04 – Me And My Uncle ->
d1t05 – Big River
d1t06 – Stagger Lee
d1t07 – Looks Like Rain
d1t08 – Tennessee Jed
d1t09 – Lazy Lightnin’ ->
d1t10 – Supplication

Set 2:
d2t01 – Tuning
d2t02 – Scarlet Begonias ->
d2t03 – Fire On The Mountain
d2t04 – Samson And Delilah
d2t05 – From The Heart Of Me
d3t01 – He’s Gone ->
d3t02 – Drums ->
d3t03 – Space ->
d3t04 – The Other One ->
d3t05 – Wharf Rat ->
d3t06 – Around And Around

d3t07 – One More Saturday Night

Neil Young – Nashville, TN (06/02/10)

Neil Young (solo)
Ryman Auditorium
Nashville TN
June 2, 2010

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Excellent audience recording. Recorded with Edirol R-09 with Church Cartoid Mics with STC-9000 Preamp.
Tracks edited with CDWave.

This is the second night – sorry I did not attend the first.

01 My My Hey Hey (Out of the Blue)
02 Tell Me Why
03 Helpless
04 You Never Call
05 Peaceful Valley
06 Love and War
07 Down by the River
08 Hitchhiker
09 Ohio
10 Sign of Love
11 Leia
12 After the Gold Rush
13 I Believe in You
14 Rumblin’
15 Cortez the Killer
16 Cinnamon Girl
17 Old Man
18 Walk with Me

Mark Knopfler – Nashville, TN (07/13/05)

Mark Knopfler
Ryman Auditorium, Nashville, USA
13th July 2005

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Source Soundboard
Format 2CD-RCD1

01 – Why aye man
02 – Walk of life
03 – What it is
04 – Sailing to Philadelphia
05 – Romeo and Juliet
06 – Sultans of swing
07 – Done with Bonaparte
08 – Song for Sonny Liston
09 – R¸diger
10 – Donegan’s gone

01 – All that matters
02 – Boom, like that
03 – Speedway at Nazareth
04 – Telegraph road
05 – Brothers in arms
06 – Money for nothing
07 – So far away
08 – Our Shangri-La

Bonus Track
09 – Money For Nothing (Live From Radio City Music Hall, New York City)

Gillian Welch – Nashville, TN (05/19/05)

Gillian Welch w/ Chris Thile & Tim O’Brien
The Belcourt Theater, Nashville, TN
19th May 2005

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01 Intro
02 Orphan Girl
03 Elvis Presley Blues
04 One Little Song
05 Look At Miss Ohio
06 Daniel Had The Key To The Kingdom
07 No One Knows My Name
08 Time The Revelator
09 Black Star

Soundboard > Digigram Vx-Pocket > Sony Vaio > 24bit/48k WAV

Derek & The Dominos – Nashville, TN (11/05/70)

Derek and the Dominos
November 5,1970
Ryman Auditorium
Nashville TN
“Blind Dominos” Liberated Boot
Johnny Cash TV Program

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Lineage: Silver CD Studio Recording>eac>wav>flac

Comments: I’ve noticed a lot of D&The D’s showing up on
DIME lately so here’s my humble contribution. This version
is on the fabulous KOKO label. Catalog # 003 Carl Perkins
guests on Matchbox. Enjoy! Dearg Doom

Track List:

  1. It’s Too Late
    2.Got to Get Getter In A Little While
  2. Matchbox
  3. Matchbox
  4. Matchbox
  5. Blues Power


Bobby Whitlock : Keyboard, vocals
Jim Gordon: Drums
Carl Radle: Bass
Eric Clapton: Guitar, vocals

This is a doomed recording.

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“Blind Dominos” Liberated Boot
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Bob Dylan – Nashville, TN (08/20/89)

Bob Dylan
Starwood Amphitheatre
Nashville, Tennessee

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

Disc I:
Most Likely You Go Your Way (And I’ll Go Mine)
The Harder They Come (Jimmy Cliff)
Ballad Of Hollis Brown
I Want You (with harp)
Simple Twist Of Fate (with harp)
Highway 61 Revisited (G. E. Smith on electric slide guitar)
Man Of Constant Sorrow (trad.) (with harp)
It’s Alright, Ma (I’m Only Bleeding)
Boots Of Spanish Leather (with harp)

Disc II:
Queen Jane Approximately (with harp)
It Takes A Lot To Laugh, It Takes A Train To Cry
I’ll Remember You
In The Garden
Like A Rolling Stone
To Ramona (with harp)
Rank Strangers To Me (Albert Brumley) (starts acoustic, ends electric)
All Along The Watchtower