Bob Dylan: Rolling Thunder Revue – 1976 spring tour playlist





Here is a SoundCloud compilation with some great (officially unreleased) performances by Bob Dylan on his Rolling Thunder Revue part 2 in the spring of 1976.

  1. Isis – Clearwater, Florida – 22 April 1976
  2. Love Minus Zero/No Limit – New Orleans, Louisiana – 3 May 1976
  3. I Pity The Poor Immigrant – New Orleans, Louisiana – 3 May 1976
  4. Romance In Durango – San Antonio, Texas – 11 May 1976
  5. It’s Alright, Ma (I’m Only Bleeding) – Mobile, Alabama – 29 April 1976
  6. One More Cup Of Coffee (Valley Below) – Clearwater, Florida – 22 April 1976
  7. Tangled Up In Blue – Fort Collins, Colorado – 23 May 1976
  8. One Too Many Mornings – Fort Worth, Texas – 16 May 1976
  9. Shelter From the Storm – San Antonio, Texas – 11 May 1976
  10. Deportee (Plane Wreck At Los Gatos) – Fort Collins, Colorado – 23 May 1976
  11. Spanish Is The Loving Tongue – San Antonio, Texas – 11 May 1976
  12. If You See Her, Say Hello – Lakeland, Florida – 18 April 1976
  13. You’re Gonna Make Me Lonesome When You Go – San Antonio, Texas – 11 May 1976
  14. Seven Days – Clearwater, Florida – 22 April 1976
  15. You’re A Big Girl Now – San Antonio, Texas – 11 May 1976
  16. Like a Rolling Stone – Clearwater, Florida – 22 April 1976
  17. Simple Twist of Fate – Hattiesburg, Mississippi – 1 May 1976
  18. Rita May – New Orleans, Louisiana – 3 May 1976
  19. Stuck Inside Of Mobile With The Memphis Blues Again – New Orleans, Louisiana – 3 May 1976
  20. A Hard Rain’s A-Gonna Fall – Fort Collins, Colorado – 23 May 1976
  21. Just Like A Woman – Pensacola, Florida – 28 April 1976
  22. Mr. Tambourine Man – Pensacola, Florida – 28 April 1976




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2 thoughts on “Bob Dylan: Rolling Thunder Revue – 1976 spring tour playlist”

  1. I basically grew up on the Hard Rain “Shelter From The Storm” and it’s very rightfully a classic. But this is Dylan in top form–and the San Antonio version in all its slinky groove glory might actually be better. What a tour!

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