Bob Dylan – Kansas City, MO (01/29/80)

Bob Dylan
January 29, 1980
Kansas City, Missouri, Uptown Theater

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My tape:very good quality. Upgrade over LB-3282.

Disc 1

Gotta Serve Somebody
I Believe In You
When You Gonna Wake Up
When He Returns
Man Gave Names To All The Animals
Precious Angel
Slow Train

Disc 2

Covenant Woman
[Put Your Hand in the Hand – fragment]
Gonna Change My Way Of Thinking
Do Right To Me Baby (Do Unto Others)
Solid Rock
Saving Grace
What Can I Do For You?
In The Garden
Blessed Be The Name
Pressing On

Bob Dylan – Kansas City, MO (01/28/80)

Bob Dylan
Kansas City Uptown Theater

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Here’s one of the fine Kansas City shows from 1980.
The seat is average. The recording is clean. Use your tone controls.
Seeded on HC May 2007
Thanks, everybody!

1 Gotta Serve Somebody
2 I Believe In You
3 When You Gonna Wake Up
4 When He Returns
5 Man Gave Names To All The Animals
6 Precious Angel
7 Slow Train
8 Covenant Woman
9 fragment from backup group 0:27
10 Gonna Change My Way Of Thinking
11 Do Right To Me Baby (Do Unto Others)
12 Solid Rock
13 Saving Grace
14 Saved
1 What Can I Do For You?
2 In The Garden
3 Blessed Be The Name
4 Pressing On

Grateful Dead – Chicago, IL (02/01/78)

Grateful Dead
Uptown Theater
Chicago, IL

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

–Set 1–
Jack Straw
Friend of the Devil
Mama Tried ->
Me & My Uncle
Ramble on Rose

–Set 2–
Samson & Delilah
It Must Have Been the Roses
Estimated Prophet ->
He’s Gone ->
The Other One ->
Drums ->
Jam ->
Wharf Rat ->
Sugar Magnolia
Around & Around

Bob Dylan – Kansas City, MO (01/27/80)

Bob Dylan
Uptown Theater
Kansas City, Missouri
27 January 1980

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01 – Gotta Serve Somebody
02 – I Believe In You
03 – When You Gonna Wake Up
04 – When He Returns
05 – Man Gave Names To All The Animals
06 – Precious Angel
07 – Slow Train
08 – Covenant Woman

Carolyn Dennis:
09 – Walk Around Heaven All Day (Rev. James Cleveland/Cassietta George)

10 – Gonna Change My Way Of Thinking
11 – Do Right To Me Baby (Do Unto Others)
12 – Solid Rock
13 – Saving Grace
14 – Saved (Bob Dylan/Tim Drummond)
15 – What Can I Do For You?
16 – In The Garden

17 – Blessed Be The Name
18 – Pressing On

Concert # 14 of the Second Gospel Tour.
Gospel concert # 40. 1980 concert # 14.
Concert # 14 with the Second Gospel Band:
Bob Dylan (vocal & guitar),
Fred Tackett (guitar),
Spooner Oldham (keyboards),
Tim Drummond (bass),
Terry Young (keyboards),
Jim Keltner (drums),
Carolyn Dennis, Regina Peeples, Regina Havis , Mona Lisa Young (background vocals).

4 Bob Dylan solo (vocal & guitar) with Spooner Oldham (piano).
15 Bob Dylan (harmonica).
18 Bob Dylan (piano).

  • Thank you. Been a long time ago. Seems like just yesterday. (after Man Gave Names To All The Animals)
  • On the keyboards tonight, give him a hand, Spooner Oldham. On the other set of keyboards,
    Terry Young. Playing lead guitar tonight is Fred Tackett. On the drums is Jim Keltner.
    On the bass guitar tonight, Mr. Tim Drummond. The girl on the other side on the right is
    Carolyn Dennis. You met her earlier, standing next to her is Regina Peeples.
    Next to her is Mona Lisa Young. The girl in the red dress is Regina McCreary. (before Blessed Be The Name)

Mono audience recording, 100 minutes.

LB-03280 ; 42min+68min ; 2CDR ; Rating: B

1/27/80 Kansas City, Missouri, Uptown Theater

downloaded from a.b.m.s.d. 10/05;
right channel has asymetric wavs biased towards the bottom; very good [B];
(a bittorrent from 09/09 has this as part of the lk 80 series drop/cut between cdrs, d2t8 6:37

Jerry Garcia Band – Chicago, IL (11/17/81)

Jerry Garcia Band
November 17, 1981
Uptown Theater, Chicago, IL

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

disc 1:

Early Show

How Sweet It Is
They Love Each Other
Sitting In Limbo
Let It Rock
Mississippi Moon
Tangled Up In Blue

Late Show

The Way You Do The Things You Do
Ill Take A Mellody
Mystery train
Simple Twist Of Fate
The Night They Drove Ol’Dixie Down
Dear Prudence
The Harder They Come


Tom Waits – Kansas City, MO (10/08/79)

Tom Waits
Uptown Theater
Kansas City, MO
Dogfather Records

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CD 1

1. Step Right Up
2. Jitterbug Boy
3. Red Shoes
4. Ghost of Saturday Night
5. Whistling Past the Graveyard
6. I Never Talk to Strangers
7. Muriel
8. Whose Sportcoat is That
9. Burma Shave

CD 2

1. Trash Day
2. Heart of Saturday Night
3. Intros
4. Small Change
5. Crowd
6. Gee Baby Aint I Good To You
7. On the Nickel

Bruce Springsteen – Milwaukee, WI (10/02/75)

Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band
‘The Milwaukee Bomb Scare Show’
goody Remaster
Uptown Theater
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

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Disc 1: (51:32)

01. Little Queenie (8:44)
02. The E Street Shuffle (24:07)
03. It’s Hard To Be A Saint In The City (6:08)
04. Sha La La (3:04)
05. Jungleland (9:25)

Disc 2: (51:33)

01. Kitty’s Back (18:37)
02. Rosalita (Come Out Tonight) (13:23)
03. Detroit Medley (5:10)
04. 4th Of July, Asbury Park (Sandy) (7:15)
05. Quarter To Three (7:05)

This is a goody Remaster of the bootleg.
Thank you to all involved in the various stages in the life of this recording.
(That includes you, Bruuuuuuuuuuuuuuce, and all your musical cohorts!)

From the original seeder’s notes:

Label: Mistral Music Format: 2CD
Catalog #: MM9226/27 Source: Soundboard
Total Time: 106:41 Sound: 8.4/58
Date: October 2, 1975 Performance: 8.6/57
Location: Uptown Theater, Milwaukee, Overall: 8.4/58

Original Silvers -> WAV -> FLAC (level 8, allign border sectors & verify) >

goody > dBpowerAMP > Cool Edit Pro (Pitch Bender, Amplify) > TLH (FLAC Level 8, abs)

All tracks Amplified by +6db
All tracks Disc 1, & Disc 2, Tracks 1-3: Pitch raised 64 cents
For some strange and unknowable reason, Disc 2, Track 4 was playing at the correct speed!
Disc 2, Track 5: Pitch raised 89 cents

Original Seeder’s Notes:

– “Jungleland” & “Kitty’s Back” were actually played that night in reverse order
– Disc 2 Track 1 some drop out in the first minute

Info taken from Brucebase:



First set interupted by a bomb scare in the theatre.

LITTLE QUEENIE (fades in) (8.43)/ E ST SHUFFLE (intro. 14.20) (song 10.20)/ SAINT IN THE CITY (5.20)/
SHA LA LA (2.49)/ JUNGLELAND (9.41)/ KITTY’S BACK (18.34)/ ROSALITA (10.40)/ DETROIT MEDLEY (4.11)/

Audience tape of first part of show. The famous bomb scare show (aka “Are you loose?”) Entire second set after
clearing the building was put on a soundboard. This is the first known Little Queenie and is hilarious as the band
had been in the bar for about 2 hours. The second set also exists on a audience shot film. CD releases “Milwaukee
Bonb Scare Show” (Mistral Music) & “We Had Too Much To Drink Last Night” (BS).

Review (Courtesy of Wanted Magazine)
Wanted – The Bruce Springsteen Bootleg Guide (Volume 1)

This brilliant show has been previously released on “We Had Too Much To Drink Tonight”. Then it was in mono and in
very good soundquality. This release is in stereo and has excellent sound. Unfortunately, the soundquality drops on
disc two. There’s suddenly a hiss presenton the first part. It gets a little better along the way. The two discs
feature the part of the show after the band returned to the from their hotel after the place had been searched for
explosives. Here you find the uncut version of the show. (The first version had blanks between songs.) This preserves
the great atmosphere (partly created because Bruce had one drink too many at the hotelbar). Also the songorder has
not been tempered with so you can fully enjoy this of this part show as it was actually performed.

Packaging: 8,5
Sound: 9 (Soundboard)
Collecting Value: 8,5

Review (Courtesy of The Promise)

I am probably in the minority here, thinking that if Springsteen should ever decide to release one entire show it
should be this one. Actually it is not even an entire show, for the opening few songs (mainly from Born to Run) are

Some time into the show someone called in a bomb threat and the venue, Milwaukee’s Uptown Theater, was temporarily
evacuated. This set has been registered after the band returned to the building. And “let me tell you, there they
was” pissed like hell. After spending some time in a bar, Springsteen and the gang reopen the show with a rousing
version of Little Queenie preceded by a hilarious introduction during which Bruce repeatedly asks the audience “Are
you loose”? This version of Queenie is in my opinion one of at least three classic performances from this night.
Following is the set, which technically was perhaps far from perfect, but was played like it was the band’s last
performance ever, or last live show on Earth for that matter. E Street Shuffle lazy and chatty as ever and full of
soul, Saint in The City with some chilling guitar licks, then Bruce calls for “moment of silence, Steve’s guitar
broke”: Sha La La follows played at punk speed. Fine performance of Jungleland closes the first disc.

The best version of Kitty’s Back known to this reviewer opens the second disc. It is jazzy, it is messy and drunk,
yet just when you think the whole composition is going to fall to pieces it explodes and returns again, and again,
and again. Classic number two on this great disc. Rosalita together with an early and fine (“the favorite song in the
world!”) Detroit Medley are next and then the main set closes with an always beautiful version of Sandy.

As for the classic performance number three from this night it has to be Quarter to Three. It is played with passion
and the a capella part seems extra long. At some point the band stops and Bruce has some fun with the audience asking
if they “don’t wanna go home?” Bruce ends the song with his famous confession: “I am just a prisoner of rock’n’roll.”
After hearing this show you will be one too.

Soundwise, this is a soundboard, but not a perfect one, for there is some distortion in the beginning of Kitty’s Back
and the louder passages are a bit muffled. Still the sound is clear and bright, very “live,” whatever that may mean.
I guess the best way I can describe it is that as far as live recordings are concerned, this one makes you feel like
you were there in the first row. Boy, I wish. If you are going to own one live recording in your life this has to be
the one.

Sound: 8-
Tracklist: 8
Performance: 9

Enjoy The Show,