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Bob Dylan – Love Sick – St. Paul, Minnesota – 10 July 2013 (Video)

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I’m walking through streets that are dead
Walking, walking with you in my head
My feet are so tired, my brain is so wired
And the clouds are weeping

Did I hear someone tell a lie?
Did I hear someone’s distant cry?
I spoke like a child; you destroyed me with a smile
While I was sleeping


St. Paul, Minnesota
Midway Stadium
July 10, 2013

Musicians:

  • Bob Dylan – center stage with harp
  • Tony Garnier – bass
  • George Recile – drums
  • Stu Kimball – rhythm guitar
  • Charlie Sexton – lead guitar
  • Donnie Herron – electric mandolin

I’m sick of love but I’m in the thick of it
This kind of love I’m so sick of it

I see, I see lovers in the meadow
I see, I see silhouettes in the window
I watch them ’til they’re gone and they leave me hanging on
To a shadow

I’m sick of love; I hear the clock tick
This kind of love; I’m love sick

Sometimes the silence can be like the thunder
Sometimes I feel like I’m being plowed under
Could you ever be true? I think of you
And I wonder

I’m sick of love; I wish I’d never met you
I’m sick of love; I’m trying to forget you

Just don’t know what to do
I’d give anything to be with you

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-Egil

Bob Dylan – Blind Willie McTell – Columbia, Maryland – 23 July 2013 (Video)

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Seen the arrow on the doorpost
Saying, “This land is condemned
All the way from New Orleans
To Jerusalem”
I traveled through East Texas
Where many martyrs fell
And I know no one can sing the blues
Like Blind Willie McTell

Columbia, Maryland
Merriweather Post Pavilion
July 23, 2013

Musicians:

  • Bob Dylan – center stage with harp
  • Tony Garnier – standup bass
  • George Recile – drums
  • Stu Kimball – rhythm guitar
  • Colin Linden – lead guitar
  • Donnie Herron – banjo

Well, I heard that hoot owl singing
As they were taking down the tents
The stars above the barren trees
Were his only audience
Them charcoal gypsy maidens
Can strut their feathers well
But nobody can sing the blues
Like Blind Willie McTell

See them big plantations burning
Hear the cracking of the whips
Smell that sweet magnolia blooming
See the ghosts of slavery ships
I can hear them tribes a-moaning
Hear that undertaker’s bell
Nobody can sing the blues
Like Blind Willie McTell

There’s a woman by the river
With some fine young handsome man
He’s dressed up like a squire
Bootlegged whiskey in his hand
There’s a chain gang on the highway
I can hear them rebels yell
And I know no one can sing the blues
Like Blind Willie McTell

Well, God is in His heaven
And we all want what’s His
But power and greed and corruptible seed
Seem to be all that there is
I’m gazing out the window
Of the St. James Hotel
And I know no one can sing the blues
Like Blind Willie McTell

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-Egil

Bob Dylan & Van Morrison performing together (videos)

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This a collection of videos & audio I’ve found of Bob Dylan & Van Morrison performing together.

Philopappos (The Hill Of The Muses)
Athens, Greece
27 June 1989

  1. Crazy Love (Van Morrison)
  2. And It Stoned Me (Van Morrison) – incomplete
  3. And It Stoned Me (Van Morrison)
  4. Foreign Window (Van Morrison)
  5. One Irish Rover (Van Morrison)

bob dylan greece 1989

Dundonald Ice Bowl
Belfast, Northern Ireland
6 February 1991

#14 Tupelo Honey/Why Must I Always Explain (audio)

Fleadh Festival
Finsbury Park
London, England
12 June 1993

#6. One Irish Rover (Van Morrison)

The Theater
Madison Square Garden
New York City, New York
21 January 1998

Blue Suede Shoes (Carl Perkins)

NEC Arena
National Exhibition Center
Birmingham, England
24 June 1998

#11 Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door

 

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-Egil

Bob Dylan – It Ain’t Me Babe – Woodstock ‘94 – 14 August 1994 (Video)

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Go ’way from my window
Leave at your own chosen speed
I’m not the one you want, babe
I’m not the one you need
You say you’re lookin’ for someone
Never weak but always strong
To protect you an’ defend you
Whether you are right or wrong
Someone to open each and every door
But it ain’t me, babe
No, no, no, it ain’t me, babe
It ain’t me you’re lookin’ for, babe

Woodstock ‘94
Saugerties, New York
14 August 1994

For once, Dylan responds to the importance of the event by delivering a tight, powerful set.
~Clinton Heylin (A Life In Stolen Moments)

Musicians:

  • Bob Dylan (vocal & guitar)
  • Bucky Baxter (pedal steel guitar & electric slide guitar)
  • John Jackson (guitar)
  • Tony Garnier (bass)
  • Winston Watson (drums & percussion)

Go lightly from the ledge, babe
Go lightly on the ground
I’m not the one you want, babe
I will only let you down
You say you’re lookin’ for someone
Who will promise never to part
Someone to close his eyes for you
Someone to close his heart
Someone who will die for you an’ more
But it ain’t me, babe
No, no, no, it ain’t me, babe
It ain’t me you’re lookin’ for, babe

Go melt back into the night, babe
Everything inside is made of stone
There’s nothing in here moving
An’ anyway I’m not alone
You say you’re lookin’ for someone
Who’ll pick you up each time you fall
To gather flowers constantly
An’ to come each time you call
A lover for your life an’ nothing more
But it ain’t me, babe
No, no, no, it ain’t me, babe
It ain’t me you’re lookin’ for, babe

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-Egil

Bob Dylan – The Never Ending Narrative 1990 – 2006 (Videos)

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  • DVD Release Date: April 19, 2011
  • Run Time: 105 minutes
Had anyone suggested during the 1980s that Bob Dylan would re-invent himself yet again during the decades that followed, to once more become the music-world’s most respected artist, while achieving number one albums along the way, they may well have been met with a wry smile, if not outright derision. But somehow Dylan pulled it off and after a lengthy period of lacklustre music and performances he again became the most important icon of the rock age. This documentary film follows the career and music of Bob Dylan from the aftermath of his stunning 1989 comeback album Oh Mercy and follows his story up to 2006’s masterpiece, Modern Times. Featuring a wealth of archive material, performance footage, exclusive and classic interviews, contributions from many close confidantes plus writers and Dylan experts Johnny Rogan, Derek Barker, Clinton Heylin and Nigel Williamson, along with location film, news reports and some of the finest music recorded during the last 20 years.
~amazon.com

 

This is #4 in a great series of DVD’s:

  • Bob Dylan: 1941-1966 – Tales From A Golden Age
  • Bob Dylan: 1966-1978 – After the Crash
  • Bob Dylan: 1978 – 1989 – Both Ends of the Rainbow
  • Bob Dylan: The Never Ending Narrative 1990 – 2006

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