April 10: Bob Dylan Atlantic City, NJ, 2015 (videos) – UPDATED

bob dylan atlantic city 2015
Photo taken by Paul Best (https://www.facebook.com/paul.best.1420)

UPDATE – April 15, 2015:

  • New Video/audio: Duquesne Whistle

UPDATE – April 14, 2015:

  • New Video/audio: Things Have Changed, Tangled Up In Blue, Blowin’ In The Wind & Stay With Me
  • Peter Stone Brown quote & link

Opening night of a tour by any artist is usually not the best concert to attend because by nature, especially after a few months off the road, because by default it ends up being warmup night with few surprises. Dylan was in excellent voice, singing sort of softly the way he does on his latest album but effectively. I think by the time this tour hits Memphis if not before, they should be in full gear the way they were in Chicago, Philly and New York last fall.
~Peter Stone Brown (peterstonebrown.com)

These are not good videos, but the sound is GREAT.

Atlantic City, New Jersey
Borgata
Borgata Event Center
April 10, 2015

  • Bob Dylan – piano, harp
  • Tony Garnier – bass
  • George Recile – drums
  • Stu Kimball – rhythm guitar
  • Charlie Sexton on lead guitar
  • Donnie Herron – banjo, viola, violin, electric mandolin, pedal steel, lap steel

Setlist

  1. Things Have Changed
  2. She Belongs To Me
  3. Beyond Here Lies Nothin’
  4. Workingman’s Blues #2
  5. Duquesne Whistle
  6. Waiting For You
  7. Pay In Blood
  8. Tangled Up In Blue
  9. Love Sick

    (Intermission)
  10. High Water (For Charley Patton)
  11. Simple Twist Of Fate
  12. Early Roman Kings (Stu on shakers)
  13. Forgetful Heart
  14. Spirit On The Water
  15. Scarlet Town
  16. Soon After Midnight
  17. Long And Wasted Years
    (encore)
  18. Blowin’ In The Wind
  19. Stay With Me (song by Jerome Moross and Carolyn Leigh)

Check out:

-Egil

10 thoughts on “April 10: Bob Dylan Atlantic City, NJ, 2015 (videos) – UPDATED”

  1. Though it is spooky hear him doing the same set over and over again, (what’s his next move???), the deepness he reaches is astounding, as if he’s descending into these cherished songs… Just if the crowd wouldn’t yell so hard so that the beauty gets blotted out… Do they really have to shout when finally they recognize Tangled up in Blue, when it is obvious in the brilliantly cristal clear sung first lines? And what is this applauding anytime he blows the harp? God, if only they would listen to this pure music… Why do they want to hear themselves? Applaud after a song is courtesy enough for someone who is not waiting to get lauded and wants to get his music across.

  2. Was at the show last night. Same exact set list he played most of last year. Bob and the band both sounded great and the crowd was really into it.

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