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May 19: Bob Dylan: San José Arena, San José, CA 1998 (video)

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San José Arena
San José, California
19 May 1998

  • Bob Dylan (vocal & guitar)
  • Bucky Baxter (pedal steel guitar & electric slide guitar)
  • Larry Campbell (guitar)
  • Tony Garnier (bass)
  • David Kemper (drums & percussion)

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May 16: Bob Dylan & The Hawks: Gaumont Theatre, Sheffield 1966





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 …The Sheffield show is perhaps the best of the tour. The quality is incredible, and the performance can move you to tears. The Gaumont adds a warmth and depth to the overall sound that is lacking at many venues, and Bob pours his heart into every syllable. This set represents some of the finest of the tour…
~bobsboots.com

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Gaumont Theatre
Sheffield, England
16 May 1966

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Bob Dylan: 5 great songs recorded in 1964





This is not a “best from 1964” list, just 5 Great songs Bob Dylan recorded in 1964.

It Ain’t Me, Babe

Columbia Studios
New York City, New York
9 June 1964

The Another Side Of Bob Dylan session, produced by Tom Wilson.

First released on ANOTHER SIDE OF BOB DYLAN, 8 August 1964.

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

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Bob Dylan: 5 great songs recorded in 1974





This is not a “best from 1974” list, just 5 Great songs Bob Dylan recorded in 1974.

Up To Me

In its own way ‘Up To Me’ is as masterful an achievement as ‘Tangled Up In Blue’, using much the same technique to create a well-crafted juxtaposition of ‘what I know to be the truth’ and what I’m projecting’.
~Clinton Heylin (Still on the Road: The Songs of Bob Dylan Vol. 2, . 1974-2008)

A & R Studios
New York City, New York
19 September 1974

4th Blood On The Tracks recording session, produced by Bob Dylan.

First released on  BIOGRAPH, October 28, 1985.

Everything went from bad to worse, money never changed a thing
Death kept followin’, trackin’ us down, at least I heard your bluebird sing
Now somebody’s got to show their hand, time is an enemy
I know you’re long gone, I guess it must be up to me

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May 3: Bob Dylan – The Warehouse, New Orleans 1976





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..Dylan starts his portion of the show off nicely by himself armed with an acoustic guitar. Other highlights include the only tour appearance of Love Minus Zero / No Limit, and the Desire tracks, along with the only known performance of Rita May.
~bobsboots.com

Another GREAT 1976 concert, and the only known concert performance of Rita May.

The Warehouse
New Orleans, Louisiana
3 May 1976 – Evening

  • Bob Dylan (guitar & vocal).
  • 3-16 Scarlet Rivera (violin)
  • T-bone J. Henry Burnette (guitar & piano)
  • Steven Soles (guitar)
  • Mick Ronson (guitar)
  • Bobby Neuwirth (guitar & vocal)
  • Roger McGuinn (guitar & vocal)
  • David Mansfield (steel guitar, mandolin, violin & dobro)
  • Rob Stoner (bass)
  • Howie Wyeth (drums)
  • Gary Burke (percussion)

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