Bob Dylan Listening Thread

Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by JRM, Apr 16, 2017.

  1. Don P.

    Don P. Forum Resident

    Location:
    Upstate NY
    Darien Lake, N.Y. 8/8/2003. Summer tour with The Dead.


    1. Maggie's Farm (Bob on piano)
    2. Love Minus Zero/No Limit (Bob on piano and harp, Larry on pedal steel)
    3. Tweedle Dee & Tweedle Dum (Bob on piano)
    4. Mr. Tamborine Man (acoustic)(Bob on piano and harp)
    5. Highway 61 Revisited (Bob on piano and harp, Bob Weir on electric guitar)
    6. This Wheel's On Fire (Bob on piano and harp)
    7. Cold Irons Bound (Bob on piano)
    8. Positively 4th Street (Bob on piano and harp, Bob Weir on electric guitar)
    9. Honest With Me (Bob on piano, Larry on slide guitar, Bob Weir on electric guitar)
    10. Summer Days (Bob on piano, Tony on standup bass,
      Tommy Morrongiello on electric guitar, Bob Weir on electric guitar)
      (encore)

    11. Rainy Day Women #12 & 35 (Bob on piano and harp, Bob Weir on electric guitar)

    12. Bob sitting in with the Dead
      1. Tangled Up In Blue (Bob on piano)
      2. It Takes A Lot To Laugh, It Takes A Train To Cry (Bob on electric guitar)
      3. West LA Fadeaway (Bob on piano)
      4. Alabama Getaway (Bob on electric guitar)
     
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  2. SlimLee

    SlimLee Forum Resident

    Location:
    Melbourne
    I listened to Modern Times for the first time today. Been a Bob fan for about five years now, and finally got around to it after I saw the record on sale for cheap. First impressions are great! Man, I can't believe what a powerhouse Bob has been in the 21st Century. Looking forward to unpacking it further...
     
  3. Mr.Sean

    Mr.Sean Senior Member

    Location:
    Ottawa
  4. All Down The Line

    All Down The Line Forum Resident

    Location:
    Australia
    It's well understood.
     
  5. fishcane

    fishcane Dirt Farmer

    Location:
    Finger Lakes,NY
    I was at this and a few other shows this run, great performances...this ended up being my last Dylan show for 16 years...
     
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  6. Don P.

    Don P. Forum Resident

    Location:
    Upstate NY
  7. fishcane

    fishcane Dirt Farmer

    Location:
    Finger Lakes,NY


    12/15/99 Barton Hall, Cornell

    Somebody Touched Me (acoustic)

    Song To Woody (acoustic)

    It's Alright, Ma (I'm Only Bleeding) (acoustic)

    Tomorrow Is A Long Time (acoustic)

    Tangled Up In Blue (acoustic) (with harp)

    Money Honey (song by Jesse Stone)

    Señor (Tales Of Yankee Power) (Larry on fiddle and Bob on harp)

    Man Of Peace

    I Want You (Larry on pedal steel)

    This Wheel's On Fire (Larry on pedal steel)

    Cat's In The Well

    (encore)

    Love Sick

    Like A Rolling Stone

    Forever young (acoustic)

    Rainy Day Women #12 & 35

    Don't Think Twice, It's All Right (acoustic)

    Not Fade Away
     
  8. Mr.Sean

    Mr.Sean Senior Member

    Location:
    Ottawa
    Current listen....[​IMG]
     
  9. Don P.

    Don P. Forum Resident

    Location:
    Upstate NY
    Thanks for posting that video, I am definitely going to watch that tomorrow.
     
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  10. Psychedelic Good Trip

    Psychedelic Good Trip Senior Member

    Location:
    New York
    Bob Dylan
    The Best of The Cutting Edge 1965-1966: The Bootleg Series, Vol. 12
    2CD, Compilation


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  11. DirkM

    DirkM Forum Resident

    Location:
    MA, USA
    I've been compiling my dream Supper-Club-Unplugged album. The highlights from the Unplugged sessions were a breeze to pick out, but it's been an obsessive-compulsive pleasure to dive into multiple performances of Queen Jane/I Want You/My Back Pages from the Supper Club shows, in an attempt to find the definitive versions ("definitive"? Ha! No such thing when it comes to Dylan!).
     
  12. stepeanut

    stepeanut Forum Resident

    Tell Tale Signs Deluxe Edition, disc one. Not listened to this stuff in years. What a treat.

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  13. fishcane

    fishcane Dirt Farmer

    Location:
    Finger Lakes,NY
    So incredible... arguably some of his career best material
     
  14. stepeanut

    stepeanut Forum Resident

    What strikes me, listening again today, is just how strong and consistent the writing and performances are.

    “God Knows” is playing right now. I remember when it was a staple of his live set, back in the early 1990s. It was never a favourite, but this performance is so alive that I’m really digging it.
     
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  15. stepeanut

    stepeanut Forum Resident

    Another Self Portrait Deluxe Edition, disc one. Again, haven’t listened to the whole box set in several years. Beautiful stuff. Lockdown has its advantages.

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  16. Rigsby

    Rigsby Forum Resident

    Location:
    London, UK
    Listening to the Par Garrett and Billy The Kid soundtrack. Not one of the major works from his canon but I kind of wish he’d done more of this sort of thing. It has a lovely vibe about it
     
  17. and now there's a lyric video
    I sent the link to a friend now, I hope he listens to it
     
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  18. Both exquisite collections -also the magnificent Tell Tale Signs- and the only 2 that I have yet to acquire in Deluxe form! I really want them to line up with the others on the shelf! Such revelations in both. Both sets floored me!
     
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  19. An absolute treasure trove of immense material. Despite that there’s only 3 discs worth of music, one definitely gets the less is more feeling. 3 discs but packed with greatness.
     
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  20. stepeanut

    stepeanut Forum Resident

    Exquisite is the right word. And I love the live recording from the Isle of Wight. Really enjoyed listening to ASP this afternoon.

    I have all the Bootleg Series in their highest level editions, including Big Blue, plus originals of all the copyright sets save for 1962. That is over 100 discs beyond his main discography. The breadth, depth, and quality across those discs is incredible, and endlessly fascinating.
     
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  21. I lack both deluxe editions of ASP and TTS, all of the copyright sets and as much as I regret it now Big Blue which I couldn’t justify at the time. I’ll have to make a list of what I’m missing at some point and make a start on getting what I can.
     
  22. stepeanut

    stepeanut Forum Resident

    Playing catch up is expensive, but I wish you luck. The copyright sets you can probably just download unofficially. TTS 3CD can be pricey, but, if you’re patient, you should find a copy eventually.
     
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  23. I’m listening to this at the moment. Absolutely incredible set of songs.
     
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  24. Definitely man. It’s hard keeping up with Bob. Between albums, compilations, Bootleg Series, archive live box sets, and everything else it’s difficult. 20 years of collecting Bob and I’m still playing catch up, although I’ve got all the albums, all of the bootleg series except what I mentioned I’ve got those in 2cd versions and had to settle for the 6 disc Cutting Edge. I keep checking on TTS 3Cd and ASP 4Cd. I’ll be delighted if or when I get those two at some point.
     
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