July 6: Great bootleg Bob Dylan Paris, France – 1978

bob dylan paris 1978

An incredible audience recording of a powerhouse performance.
~bobsboots.com

Pavillon de Paris
Paris, France
6 July 1978

  • 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)
  • Helena Springs, Jo Ann Harris, Carolyn Dennis (background vocals)

  1. My Back Pages
  2. She’s Love Crazy
  3. Baby Stop Crying
  4. Mr. Tambourine Man
    Thank you. Thank you very much. Ce chanson, est l’histoire comme ma vie. I hope I said that right. 




  5. Shelter From The Storm
  6. It’s All Over Now, Baby Blue
  7. Tangled Up In Blue
  8. Ballad Of A Thin Man
  9. Maggie’s Farm
  10. I Don’t Believe You (She Acts Like We Never Have Met)
  11. Like A Rolling Stone
  12. I Shall Be Released
  13. Going, Going, Gone
  14. Rainy Day Women # 12 & 35
  15. True Love Tends To Forget
  16. Gates Of Eden
  17. The Man In Me
  18. One More Cup Of Coffee (Valley Below)
  19. Blowin’ In The Wind
  20. I Want You
  21. Señor (Tales Of Yankee Power)
  22. Masters Of War
  23. Just Like A Woman
  24. Don’t Think Twice, It’s All Right
  25. All Along The Watchtower
  26. All I Really Want To Do
  27. It’s Alright, Ma (I’m Only Bleeding)
  28. Forever Young
  29. Changing Of The Guards
  30. The Times They Are A-Changin’

bob dylan paris 1978

8 thoughts on “July 6: Great bootleg Bob Dylan Paris, France – 1978”

  1. Do you know if there is a recording of the previous nights (5th July) performance? It was the first time I saw Dylan live and it was a sensational concert.

  2. Great Show 😀
    There is something very funny just after Going Going Gone. Bob takes a break and someone, who I guess work for the Pavillon de Paris, says that Bob is going to take a 15 minute break and that “the person who has parked a black 7 seven months old dog (a “setter dordogne”) can pick him up at the left of the scene, or at the right, it depends, goodnight.”
    I am asking myself if this really means what it means ?

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