November 22 & 24: Bob Dylan: Blackpool, England, 2013 (Audios & Videos)

bob dylan blackpool 2013Bob Dylan – November 24 – performing “Roll On John”

I’ve already posted clips & facts from November 23, here’s more from the two other concerts.

One of the main highlights is off course the debut of “Roll On John”; both audio & video included.

Blackpool, England
Opera House Theatre
November 22 & 24, 2013

  • Bob Dylan – piano, harp
  • Tony Garnier – bass
  • George Recile – drums
  • Stu Kimball – rhythm guitar
  • Charlie Sexton on lead guitar
  • Donnie Herron – banjo, violin, electric mandolin, pedal steel, lap steel

22 November

Tangled Up In Blue:

Forgetful Heart:

Scarlet Town:

24 November

Things Have Changed:

She Belongs To Me

Beyond Here Lies Nothing:

What Good Am I:

Duquesne Whistle and Waiting For You:

Pay in Blood and Tangled Up In Blue:

Love Sick:


Simple Twist Of Fate:

Early Roman Kings and Forgetful Heart:

Spirit On The Water

Scarlet Town:

Soon After Midnight

Long And Wasted Years:

All Along The Watchtower (video):

Watchtower & Roll On John:

Roll on John (video):

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10 thoughts on “November 22 & 24: Bob Dylan: Blackpool, England, 2013 (Audios & Videos)”

  1. My wife and I went to the Saturday night show. We had a great time- I thoroughly enjoyed the pre concert fish and chips, and the kipper that I had on Sunday morning was terrific. The venue was great although the bouncers were ridiculously oppressive. Bob and the band sounded great. I’m not tryin to blow my own trumpet, but I’ve seen him a few times, and for me this was the best since Newcastle in either 98 or 99.

  2. Brilliant Egil, my hometown…..although I now live in Australia ….it’s great to see Bob at the Opera house!

  3. … I will also say that these live versions of the Tempest songs blow the studio versions away!!

    1. Thanks for your comments Francis,

      I agree about the Tempest songs.. Zimmy had a fantastic tour in Europe.. Maybe we’ll we see a official live album ?


  4. O.K. I’ve been listening a lot lately to some of the 1988 shows. I’ve always liked that particular year of the NET a lot. But, I just listened to this, and after having heard a few of his shows this time through Europe, I have to say that Bob and his band are better now than back then!

  5. Thank you so much for this!(And for all your posts really) What an outstanding end to the Blackpool series. It is amazing after such a long career BD can still find those new angles to stun and delight us all. We are all richer for his dedication to his craft!

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