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Post  pinhedz on Mon May 30, 2011 7:18 am

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2008-05-05


Subject: Dont Dont Look Back: Bob Dylan May 2008 (When Legends Were Born) Sat Jul 24, 2010 4:50 am
Bob Dylan - keyboard, harp
Tony Garnier - bass
George Recile - drums
Stu Kimball - rhythm guitar
Denny Freeman - lead guitar
Donnie Herron - banjo, electric mandolin, pedal steel, lap steel


Worcester, Massachusetts
The Palladium

May 16, 2008

1. Tweedle Dee & Tweedle Dum (Bob on keyboard, Donnie on pedal steel)
2. Girl Of The North Country
(Bob on keyboard and harp, Donnie on pedal steel, Tony on standup bass)
3. Watching The River Flow (Bob on keyboard, Donnie on lap steel)
4. Can't Wait (Bob on keyboard, Donnie on electric mandolin)
5. The Levee's Gonna Break
(Bob on keyboard, Donnie on electric mandolin, Tony on standup bass)
6. Simple Twist Of Fate
(Bob on keyboard and harp, Donnie on pedal steel, Stu on acoustic guitar)
7. Rollin' And Tumblin'
(Bob on keyboard, Donnie on electric mandolin, Stu on acoustic guitar)
8. Tryin' To Get To Heaven (Bob on keyboard, Donnie on pedal steel)
9. John Brown
(Bob on keyboard, Donnie on banjo, Stu on acoustic guitar, Tony on standup bass)
10. Most Likely You Go Your Way (And I'll Go Mine)
(Bob on keyboard, Donnie on lap steel, Stu on acoustic guitar)
11. Spirit On The Water
(Bob on keyboard and harp, Donnie on pedal steel, Tony on standup bass)
12. Highway 61 Revisited (Bob on keyboard, Donnie on lap steel)
13. Workingman's Blues #2
(Bob on keyboard, Donnie on pedal steel, Stu on acoustic guitar)
14. Summer Days (Bob on keyboard, Donnie on pedal steel, Tony on standup bass)
15. Ballad Of A Thin Man (Bob on keyboard and harp, Donnie on lap steel)

(encore)
16. Thunder On The Mountain
(Bob on keyboard, Donnie on lap steel, Stu on acoutic guitar)
17. Like A Rolling Stone (Bob on keyboard, Donnie on pedal steel)


Lewiston, Maine
Androscoggin Bank Colisée

May 17, 2008

1. Watching The River Flow (Bob on keyboard and harp, Donnie on lap steel)
2. Lay, Lady, Lay (Bob on keyboard, Donnie on pedal steel, Stu on acoustic guitar)
3. The Levee's Gonna Break
(Bob on keyboard, Donnie on electric mandolin, Stu on acoustic guitar, Tony on standup bass)
4. Shelter From The Storm
(Bob on keyboard and harp, Donnie on pedal steel, Stu on acoustic guitar)
5. Rollin' And Tumblin'
(Bob on keyboard, Donnie on electric mandolin, Stu on acoustic guitar)
6. The Lonesome Death Of Hattie Carroll (Bob on keyboard)
7. Tweedle Dee & Tweedle Dum (Bob on keyboard, Donnie on pedal steel)
8. Mississippi
(Bob on keyboard and harp, Donnie on electric mandolin, Stu on acoutic guitar)
9. Highway 61 Revisited (Bob on keyboard, Donnie on lap steel )
10. Workingman's Blues #2
(Bob on keyboard, Donnie on pedal steel, Stu on acoustic guitar)
11. It's Alright, Ma (I'm Only Bleeding)
(Bob on keyboard, Donnie on banjo, Tony on standup bass)
12. Spirit On The Water
(Bob on keyboard and harp, Donnie on pedal steel, Tony on standup bass)
13. Ballad Of Hollis Brown
(Bob on keyboard, Donnie on banjo, Denny and Stu on acoustic guitars, Tony on standup bass)
14. Summer Days (Bob on keyboard, Donnie on pedal steel, Tony on standup bass)
15. Ain't Talkin' (Bob on keyboard, Donnie on viola, Stu on acoustic guitar)

(encore)
16. Thunder On The Mountain
(Bob on keyboard, Donnie on lap steel, Stu on acoustic guitar)
17. Blowin' In The Wind
(Bob on keyboard and harp, Donnie on violin, Stu on acoustic guitar)


Saint John, New Brunswick
Harbour Station

May 19, 2008

1. Stuck Inside Of Mobile With The Memphis Blues Again (Bob on keyboard and harp)
2. Don't Think Twice, It's All Right (Bob on keyboard and harp)
3. The Levee's Gonna Break (Bob on keyboard, Donnie on electric mandolin)
4. Desolation Row (Bob on keyboard and harp, Donnie on electric mandolin)
5. Watching The River Flow (Bob on keyboard)
6. Nettie Moore (Bob on keyboard, Donnie on viola)
7. I'll Be Your Baby Tonight (Bob on keyboard and harp)
8. High Water (For Charlie Patton) (Bob on keyboard, Donnie on banjo)
9. Spirit On The Water (Bob on keyboard)
10. Highway 61 Revisited (Bob on keyboard)
11. Visions Of Johanna (Bob on keyboard, Donnie on electric mandolin)
12. Things Have Changed (Bob on keyboard, Donnie on violin)
13. When The Deal Goes Down (Bob on keyboard)
14. Summer Days (Bob on keyboard)
15. Ballad Of A Thin Man (Bob on keyboard and harp)

(encore)
16. Thunder On The Mountain (Bob on keyboard)
17. Like A Rolling Stone (Bob on keyboard)


Moncton, New Brunswick
Moncton Coliseum

May 20 2008

1. Cat's In The Well (Bob on keyboard, Donnie on violin)
2. It Ain't Me, Babe (Bob on keyboard and harp)
3. Rollin' And Tumblin' (Bob on keyboard, Donnie on electric mandolin)
4. Tangled Up In Blue (Bob on keyboard and harp)
5. The Levee's Gonna Break (Bob on keyboard, Donnie on electric mandolin)
6. Mississippi (Bob on keyboard, Donnie on electric mandolin)
7. John Brown (Bob on keyboard, Donnie on banjo)
8. Honest With Me (Bob on keyboard)
9. Just Like A Woman (Bob on keyboard and harp)
10. It's Alright, Ma (I'm Only Bleeding) (Bob on keyboard, Donnie on banjo)
11. Beyond The Horizon (Bob on keyboard and harp)
12. Highway 61 Revisited (Bob on keyboard)
13. Spirit On The Water (Bob on keyboard and harp)
14. Summer Days (Bob on keyboard)
15. Masters Of War (Bob on keyboard)

(encore)
16. Thunder On The Mountain (Bob on keyboard)
17. Like A Rolling Stone (Bob on keyboard)


Halifax, Nova Scotia
Metro Centre

May 21 2008

1. Rainy Day Women #12 & 35 (Bob on keyboard and harp)
2. It Ain't Me, Babe (Bob on keyboard and harp)
3. Rollin' And Tumblin' (Bob on keyboard, Donnie on electric mandolin)
4. Positively 4th Street (Bob on keyboard)
5. Tweedle Dee & Tweedle Dum (Bob on keyboard)
6. High Water (For Charlie Patton) (Bob on keyboard, Donnie on banjo)
7. Moonlight (Bob on keyboard, Donnie on electric mandolin)
8. The Levee's Gonna Break (Bob on keyboard, Donnie on electric mandolin)
9. Nettie Moore (Bob on keyboard, Donnie on viola)
10. Highway 61 Revisited (Bob on keyboard)
11. Workingman's Blues #2 (Bob on keyboard)
12. It's Alright, Ma (I'm Only Bleeding) (Bob on keyboard, Donnie on banjo)
13. Spirit On The Water (Bob on keyboard and harp)
14. Summer Days (Bob on keyboard)
15. All Along The Watchtower (Bob on keyboard)

(encore)
16. Thunder On The Mountain (Bob on keyboard)
17. Like A Rolling Stone (Bob on keyboard)


St. John's, Newfoundland
Mile One Centre

May 23 2008

1. Leopard-Skin Pill-Box Hat (Bob on keyboard)
2. Girl Of The North Country (Bob on keyboard and harp)
3. The Levee's Gonna Break (Bob on keyboard, Donnie on electric mandolin)
4. Moonlight (Bob on keyboard, Donnie on electric mandolin)
5. Things Have Changed (Bob on keyboard, Donnie on violin)
6. Desolation Row (Bob on keyboard and harp, Donnie on electric mandolin)
7. Honest With Me (Bob on keyboard)
8. Just Like A Woman (Bob on keyboard)
9. Love Sick (Bob on keyboard, Donnie on electric mandolin)
10. Highway 61 Revisited (Bob on keyboard)
11. Nettie Moore (Bob on keyboard, Donnie on viola)
12. Rollin' And Tumblin' (Bob on keyboard, Donnie on electric mandolin)
13. Beyond The Horizon (Bob on keyboard)
14. Summer Days (Bob on keyboard)
15. Ain't Talkin' (Bob on keyboard, Donnie on viola)

(encore)
16. Thunder On The Mountain (Bob on keyboard)
17. Like A Rolling Stone (Bob on keyboard)


St. John's, Newfoundland
Mile One Centre

May 24 2008

1. Watching The River Flow (Bob on keyboard and harp)
2. Lay, Lady, Lay (Bob on keyboard)
3. The Levee's Gonna Break (Bob on keyboard, Donnie on electric mandolin)
4. Shelter From The Storm (Bob on keyboard and harp)
5. Rollin' And Tumblin' (Bob on keyboard)
6. Visions Of Johanna (Bob on keyboard, Donnie on electric mandolin)
7. Stuck Inside Of Mobile With The Memphis Blues Again
(Bob on keyboard and harp)
8. Ballad Of Hollis Brown
(Bob on keyboard, Donnie on banjo, Denny and Stu on acoustic guitars, Tony on standup bass)
9. Highway 61 Revisited (Bob on keyboard)
10. Workingman's Blues #2 (Bob on keyboard)
11. It's Alright, Ma (I'm Only Bleeding) (Bob on keyboard, Donnie on banjo)
12. Spirit On The Water (Bob on keyboard and harp)
13. High Water (For Charlie Patton) (Bob on keyboard, Donnie on banjo)
14. Summer Days (Bob on keyboard)
15. Masters Of War (Bob on keyboard)

(encore)
16. Thunder On The Mountain (Bob on keyboard)
17. Blowin' In The Wind (Bob on keyboard and harp, Donnie on violin)


Reykjavik, Iceland
Laugardalshöll

May 26 2008

1. Stuck Inside Of Mobile With The Memphis Blues Again
(Bob on keyboard and harp)
2. Don't Think Twice, It's All Right (Bob on keyboard and harp)
3. The Levee's Gonna Break (Bob on keyboard, Donnie on electric mandollin)
4. Tryin' To Get To Heaven (Bob on keyboard)
5. Rollin' And Tumblin' (Bob on keyboard)
6. Nettie Moore (Bob on keyboard)
7. I'll Be Your Baby Tonight (Bob on keyboard)
8. Honest With Me (Bob on keyboard)
9. Workingman's Blues #2 (Bob on keyboard)
10. Highway 61 Revisited (Bob on keyboard)
11. Spirit On The Water (Bob on keyboard)
12. It's Alright, Ma (I'm Only Bleeding) (Bob on keyboard, Donnie on banjo)
13. When The Deal Goes Down (Bob on keyboard)
14. Summer Days (Bob on keyboard)
15. Ballad Of A Thin Man (Bob on keyboard and harp)

(encore)
16. Thunder On The Mountain (Bob on keyboard)
17. Blowin' In The Wind (Bob on keyboard, Donnie on violin)


LARRY FISHMAN REVIEWS THE WORCESTER PALLADIUM SHOW

The Palladium located in Worcester is about 40 miles west of Boston -
a small city sort of like Providence but without any of its charm or
good restaurants. The club is an old, smelly, barely lit converted
theatre - just the right setting for our ragged soon to be 67 year old
Birthday boy on the 20th anniversary year of the Never Ending Tour.
He was greeted by a torqued, jacked up crowd that was shouting for
"Idiot Wind" at stage hands one hour before show time. All night
long the crowd screamed, danced, boogeyed and genuflected -- it
was a fantastic atmosphere. As I was leaving I saw a kid decked out
in Rolling Thunder white face looking like Bob stepping out of
Renaldo & Clara. Beautiful.

Bob looked his usual trim self, in dark suit with a green sequined
shirt popping out at the sleeves and out of this buttoned jacket. He
could use a little sun. The band was in matching grey suits and
black shirts all with their hats on save Donnie. I guess if I had hair
like that I'd go hatless as well. The boys were all on their game,
I was 5 feet dead center but the sound was less than perfect - but
it didn't stop anyone from having a good time.

Oh the rituals of another show...the limping roadie... the familiar
faces of the fanatics praying for a one-off from the Basement
tapes...the mini replica Oscar sitting on an amp...the taped
intro...the Mardi Gras beads flung near the drum kit...the incense...
the wait in the pouring rain for two hours to cram up to the stage
for another night of amazing music:

1. Tweedlee Dee & Tweedle Dum. A loud blast off to start the
evening and a good song to clear the old boy's throat. The crowd
burst upon recognition telling me that it was going to be a fun night
as soon as he starting playing his good songs.

2. Girl of the North Country. Didn't take long to play a good
song. With Tony on stand up bass, and the familiar fairy-tale, sing-
song arrangement, Bob's voice was still hoarse but oh so pretty. A
song that always seems to reappear on the setlist and always
seems to delight and deliver.

3. Watching the River Flow. A rip roaring romp that Howlin' Wolf
would be proud of. Donnie gave us a terrific solo - he was on fire
all night long. Is it time to acknowledge him along with Larry
Campbell as one of Dyl's great Axe men. Not as cute or
charismatic on stage, but he can deliver the licks.

4. Can't Wait. Totally reworked arrangement, built on a scale like
riff - this was a sultry, sonic brew with a teeth bearing vocal.
Unrecognizable at first, it took me a couple of lines to name that
tune and I know the material real well man. A deep, dark nugget.

5. The Levee's Gonna Break. A light turn, spirited - sort of the
same tune as Summer Days and Thunder on the Mountain, just better.
Bob was sashaying and animated as he and the band really stretched
this one out.

6. Simple Twist of Fate. A lush, sublime take on the masterpiece.
With that crazy phrasing (I heard someone saying as we were leaving
that he is convinced Bob mixes up the phrasing so that noone can
singalong with him) Some lyrics seemed softly spoken sung -along
with the stunning nasal vocal, it's one of the clear standouts of the
night. Great interplay between Bob on the Harp and Donnie on
guitar as the song winded up.

7. Rollin' and Tumblin' Back to the blues as Garnier was thumping
on what seemed like his 5th different bass guitar of the evening.
Freeman whipped up a storm on slide.

8. Tryin' To Get To Heaven. Another entirely rearranged version, it
was a slow, funereal song with a beseeching tone to the singing.
Strange and unusual -- just the way we like it.

9. John Brown. With Donnie on banjo, this was a spot on, direct and
powerful version of one of the Bard's most linear story songs from
his finger pointing days. Perfectly orchestrated I might add. I
love the clipped rhymes and it's timeless message as this country limps
through another miserable war. Excellent Bob, excellent job.

10 Most Likely You Go Your Way. Time to lighten up and I think one
of Zimmy's better rock tunes and we were treated to a stellar
performance. It's such an addictive melody and done with pure
happiness and feeling. Again, Donnie nimble on guitar and I swear I
saw Bob unleash a full face grin. I swear I saw it.

11. Spirit On the Water. I think one of those songs that Bobby just
loves to sing...and it shows. Done with artful grace somewhat
faithful to the recorded take, I don't think it can be improved
upon. Call me naive, but I just love the call and response. "Am I
Over the Hill?" Noooooooo! "Past My Prime." Nooooooooo!
It's the signature tune of the Modern Times Album and I don't
think I'll ever tire of it. He should play it every night. Oh yeah,
he does.

12. Highway 61 Revisited Time for a crowd pleaser. Banging the
keys, our favorite DJ was hunched over the keyboards like a
jackhammer, jamming, swaying and flailing away like a wild man.
He made those thousand broken telephones ring.

13. Workingman's Blues #2 Sung sweet and low with the band playing
softly and enveloping and elevating the singing. While some like the
song because he uses the word "proletariat" in it, I like the "beans
and rice" part.

14. Summer Days. With Bob smiling and dancing around the keyboard,
his joy and enthusiasm were infectious. Usually a song that deserves
a long vacation, they really nailed the performance on this night. A
real blast -- amazing how he still connects with the audience.

15. Ballad of a Thin Man. Amazing. Focused and full of conviction,
by the time the first chords were played the crowd was in a mad
frenzy. Every riff, lyric and strum was greeted with wild applause,
shouts and pandemonium.
Cowabunga!

16. Thunder on the Mountain. After the encore the band returned
with the tune that is played after every encore at every concert. I
like the Alicia Keyes shout out in the lyric as much as the next
guy, but I'd like to respectively ask Mr. Dylan to put this one on the
shelf for the rest of human existence.

17. Like A Rolling Stone. Could it be Watchtower? Blowin' in the
WInd? No, we finished the evening with a bit perfect slow and
tuneful take on the song that defines an era and frees our soul.

Certainly a fantastic show, maybe I'll put that gas on the credit
card and head up north to Lewiston after all.

Larry Fishman
Larry@thebigstockbroker.com
www.thebigstockbroker.com

MOVIES LARRY FISHMAN HAS WATCHED SO FAR THIS SUMMER

***** Fantastic film. Outstanding within it's genre
**** Thoroughly enjoyable, excellent.
*** Good
** Okay
* Poor
0 A Horrible, Miserable, waste of time.

74 Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans ****
73 When You're Strange (Documentary) ****
72 A Serious Man *****
71 Joe Louis: America's Hero...Betrayed (Documentary) ****
70 Mutiny on the Bounty (1935 Clark Gable Original) *****
July 2010

69 Black Dynamite ****
68 Me and You and Everyone We Knew **
67 Toys Story 3 *****
66 Small Potatoes: Who Killed the USFL (Documentary) ***
65 Vertigo (1958) *****
64 The T.A.M.I. Show (1964) ****
63 Without Bias (Documentary) ***
62 No Crossover: The Trial of Alan Iverson (Documentary) ****
61 RIde the High Country (1962) **
60 Hell's Highway: The True Story of Highway Safety Films (Documentary) ***
June 2010

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Post  pinhedz on Mon May 30, 2011 7:19 am

Eddie
Sun Jul 25, 2010 12:56 pm

Got the London Brixton Academy setlist 22nd November 2005?

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Post  Yakima Canutt on Thu Feb 09, 2012 8:17 pm

Larry Fishman, Larry@thebigstockbroker.com wrote:
13. Workingman's Blues #2 - While some like the
song because he uses the word "proletariat" in it, I like the "beans
and rice" part.


And like circus sandy clockwork, da Fishmaster Upsilon nails it again. It's always a good day in Massholia State when you're Larry Fishman.


ROBERT SIEGEL, host:

How many times can a judge cite a song to adorn some obscure point of law? And how many times can a lawyer cite songs for the client he's arguing for? Yes, and what if the song is a Bob Dylan song? Could it be a hundred times or more? Well, the answer, my friend, was 186 times. The answer was 186 times.

That is how often Bob Dylan lyrics were quoted in court filings and scholarly legal publications according to a study in 2007 by University of Tennessee law professor Alex Long, who joins us now from Knoxville.

Welcome to the program.

Professor ALEX LONG (University of Tennessee): Thank you.

SIEGEL: And let's start with your finding. Bob Dylan, I gather, is the most cited songwriter in American legal writing, and it's not even close.

Prof. LONG: Yeah. It's Dylan in a landslide. The Beatles, Springsteen, The Rolling Stones come up behind him. But, yeah, he's way out in front.


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Post  yoder on Sun Aug 17, 2014 7:18 am

^ so woo was right...it happens in real life

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Post  Yakima Canutt on Mon Aug 25, 2014 5:43 pm

"Your Honor, the statute in question is clearly torn between Jupiter and Apollo, building a bird's nest in its hair with Poor Little Chauffeur back in bed, if you will.  Yet it is the people of Vermilion Parish who are stuck with a nose full of pus."


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Post  Yakima Canutt on Mon Aug 25, 2014 5:52 pm

who the frack is quoting the bloody Rolling Stoanes??


"Overruled. Plaintiff will keep in mind you can't always get what you want."

 Rolling Eyes

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Post  Yakima Canutt on Mon Aug 25, 2014 5:58 pm

or Brucesteen?  Question scratch Question 


"As the defendant seems born to run, bail is set at 135,000. Counsel will please approach the bench and strap your hands across my engines."

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