Bob Dylan: Paris, France 4 July 1978 (audios)

Pavillon de Paris Paris, France 4 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)

Bob Dylan: 4 versions of Neil Young’s “Old Man”

Old man look at my life, I’m a lot like you were. Old man look at my life, I’m a lot like you were. Old man look at my life, Twenty four and there’s so much more Live alone in a paradise That makes me think of two. Bob Dylan has only covered one Neil Young song – Old Man. …

November 10: Bob Dylan, Saenger Theater, New Orleans, Louisiana, 1981 (full concert audio)

Dylan delivers a knock-out performance. The gospel material is powerful and biting without a condescending edge. The older standards are performed with a new fire and passion that includes them among the best live versions to date. Dylan stumbles on the lyrics once or twice, but adds new lines as well that more than compensate. The vocals are crisp are …

Bob Dylan: one of the best performances from the 2014 Australian tour

Personally I knew that I hadn’t been in presence of such greatness since the three shows at The Brixton Academy in south London in March 1995. …. That night’s standout among a long list of standouts, was for this fan Tryin’ To Get To Heaven, which Bob somehow channelled from a realm of divine and poetic musicality down to us mere …

October 29: Bob Dylan performing Nettie Moore in Berlin, Germany – 2011 (Video)

  Lost John sitting on a railroad track Something’s out of wack Blues this morning falling down like hail Gonna leave a greasy trail Gonna travel the world is what I’m gonna do Then come back and see you All I ever do is struggle and strive If I don’t do anybody any harm, I might make it back home …

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