….this concert is filmed, with three songs appearing in Renaldo and Clara: “It Ain’t Me, Babe,” which appears on the promotional EP as well, “Just Like a Woman,” and “Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door.” It is a relatively intimate venue with just 1,850 capacity; and the whole Revue responds with a particularly fine show. Before the concert, a scene is filmed of Sara Dylan as a hitchhiker being picked up in a Rolls Royce. Again, this is not included in the film.
~Clinton Heylin (Bob Dylan: A Life in Stolen Moments Day by Day 1941-1995)
Yet another wonderful Rolling Thunder 75 concert.
Harvard Square Theatre
20 November 1975
- Bob Dylan (vocal, guitar)
- Bob Neuwirth (guitar)
- T-bone J. Henry Burnett (guitar)
- Roger McGuinn (guitar)
- Steven Soles (guitar)
- Mick Ronson (guitar)
- David Mansfield (steel guitar, violin, mandolin ,dobro)
- Rob Stoner (bass)
- Howie Wyeth (piano, drums)
- Luther Rix (drums, percussion)
- Ronee Blakeley (vocal)
- When I Paint My Masterpiece
- It Ain’t Me, Babe
- The Lonesome Death Of Hattie Carroll
- It Takes A Lot To Laugh, It Takes A Train To Cry
This is a train song
- Romance In Durango (Bob Dylan–Jacques Levy/Bob Dylan)
That was an old song, this is a new song, this is Scarlet Rivera playing on this one, this is called Romance In Durango, remember Durango, Larry?
- Isis (Bob Dylan–Jacques Levy/Bob Dylan)
- Blowin’ In The Wind
- Wild Mountain Thyme (trad.)
- Mama, You Been On My Mind
- Dark As A Dungeon (Merle Travis)
- I Shall Be Released
Raw lust cannot hold a candle to true love, wanna leave you with that thought.
- Simple Twist Of Fate
- Oh, Sister (Bob Dylan–Jacques Levy/Bob Dylan)
We’re gonna dedicate this to Henry VIII
- Hurricane (Bob Dylan–Jacques Levy/Bob Dylan)
This is a song about a man who right now is in jail, we’d like to see to it that he gets out of jail real soon.
- One More Cup Of Coffee (Valley Below)
- Just Like A Woman
- Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door
- This Land Is Your Land (Woody Guthrie)
- Alldylan @ Facebook
- Bob Dylan live 1970 – 1979 (videos & audio)
- Bob Dylan: 7 essential videos from the 70’s
- Karl Erik’s expectingrain.com
- Olof’s “Still On The Road“
One thought on “November 20: Bob Dylan live at Harvard Square Theatre in Cambridge, Massachusetts 1975”
thanks for posting this stuff; it is so great to hear dylan from the mid-70s to the mid-80s, when he was arguably at a peak. his intensity is magic.
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