Bob Dylan – Brown Sugar
FIRST UNION CENTER
NOVEMBER 15, 2002
Bob Dylan (vocal & guitar),
Charlie Sexton (guitar),
Larry Campbell (guitar, mandolin, pedal steel guitar & electric slide guitar),
Tony Garnier (bass),
George Recile (drums & percussion)
Bob Dylan did many great cover versions of Stone’s “Brown Sugar” during 2002 (36 performances.. and one in 2003)
Dylan premiered this Jagger / Richards classic during the opening show of the October / November 2002 leg of his US tour. The first performance was in Seattle, Washington on October 4, 2002, after which the song was played in the number six slot at every show apart from October 13, when it was replaced by ‘ot Fade Away’. The reason for the song’s inclusion is unclear but it did coincide with the Stones’ much publicized and scrutinized 2002 “Licks” tour. …. …
Still, with guitarists Larry Campbell and Charlie Sexton on hand to crank out the riffs and add the ‘Wooh-wooh’s to the song’s conclusion, ‘Brown Sugar’ has been one of the more thrilling Bob Dylan live covers of recent years.
~Derek Barker (The Songs He didn’t write)
I’ve tried to find songs written by Bob Dylan, performed by Bob Dylan with The Stones or members of The Stones. I have also included covers of Dylan songs done by present or former members of Rolling Stones. In addition I have included a video of Dylan singing Brown Sugar.
There are also a few songs by other artists but performed with Bob Dylan and a member of Stones.
If you guys out there know some more, please include them in the comments.
The Rolling Stones & Bob Dylan Like a Rolling Stone live Rio de Janeiro:
The Rolling Stones – Like a Rolling Stone (without Bob) First recorded July 19, 1995, released on the album Stripped on Nov 13, 1995.
Keith Richards – Guitar Legends – Sevilla Expo 92, Bob Dylan joins Keith on stage on Shake rattle and roll and Can’t turn you loose (track 1 and 5):
September 4: Get Yer Ya-Ya’s out! The Rolling Stones in Concert was released in 1970
“I have no doubt that it’s the best rock concert ever put on record.”
“Recorded during their American tour in late 1969, and centered around live versions of material from the Beggars Banquet-Let It Bleed era. Often acclaimed as one of the top live rock albums of all time, its appeal has dimmed a little today… it’s certainly the Stones’ best official live recording.”
~Richie Unterberger (allmusic.com)