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12. APRIL 2005
Detroit / Michigan - Masonic Temple Theater


REVIEWS

Bob Links




Review by Marc Schemansky

After a short break Bob arrived dressed in a black suit with tailoring reminiscent of Hank Williams with red detailing. He looked ready for business indeed he was; he started with a strong version Of Tombstone Blues... a great start... with Elana playing the fiddle and dancin' and flyin' around the stage like Peter Pan. Excellent Some other highlights were a beautiful "I'll Remember You". "Lonesome Day Blues" was pretty loyal to the album version and Bob seemed to be enjoying the song. I thought the best of the evening was John Brown and Highway 61. Bob sang John Brown slowly and with a lot of feeling... it gave us the chills. Highway 61 Revisited was done as straight ahead rock and roll... with Elana driving the song with repetitive fills... very hard, very strong, very exciting... you could feel the power. Don't Think Twice was a good choice for an encore with AATW ending the party.
(Bob Links)


HIGHLIGHTS

Masters of war
Rollin´ and tumblin´
Thunder on the Mountain


BOOTLEG


Bob Dylan
Detroit April 12, 2005

Bob Dylan in Detroit 2005 - Bootlegcover

2 CDR
Soomlos Recording
Complete show



ARTWORK
Bob Dylan CDR Artwork Guide 2005

 


SETLIST


1. Absolutely sweet Marie
2. Senor
(Tales of Yankee power
3. Stuck inside of Mobile
with the Memphis blues again
4. Under the red sky
5. Honest with me
6. Joey
07. Workingman blues #2
8. Workingman´s blues
8. I´ll be your baby tonight
9. This wheel´s on fire
10. Shooting star
11. Things have changed
12. Masters of war
13. Rollin´and tumblin
14. Thunder on the Mountain
15. Like a rolling stone
16. All along the watchtower


MUSICIANS

Bob Dylan 
 
Harp,
Piano, Vocals

Stu Kimball
Guitar

Denny Freeman
Guitar

Donnie Herron
  Violine, Mandoline
Pedal Steel

Elana Fremerman
Violine

Tony Garnier 
 
Bass, Stand up Bass

George Recile
 
Drums



SOME PICS

Bob Dylan Picture
Archive 2005



17. MARCH 2005
Detroit / Michigan - State Theater


REVIEWS

Bob Links




Review by Marc Schemansky

Well people, this was one for the record books. Bob's concert went well, truly enjoyable and I believe above average. Freddy and Larry played their hearts out and Bob was in good voice… the first encore was the same expected three songs… all very enjoyable… BUT THEN…. all hell broke loose…. yin met yang, heaven met earth, ball met biscuit, Jack met Bob… Jack White of White Stripes came out with the band for the second encore… now we know a second encore is rare but with a guest in tow is even rarer… and what a guest… it seemed like the rest of the band on stage faded and the only people left were Bob and Jack… launching (and I mean launching) into a version of the Stripes song Ball and Biscuit… "It’s quite possible that I’m your third man, girl.. But it’s a fact that I’m the seventh son", a sonic extravaganza.. fire, fever, blazing.. Bob and Jack trading verses, shouting at each other, nodding to each other, and smiling…. As far as smiles go, I looked around and everyone I saw had a grin and look of amazement; shaking their head in disbelief… I believe they realized that a some kind of history was being made in this small old theatre in downtown Detroit… Bob was in Jack's town and it was good.
(Bob Links)


HIGHLIGHTS

It´s all over now, Baby blue
Honest with me
Ball and Biscuit


Torontonians prepare for three 
Bob Dylan performances this weekend,
 Dylan fans in Detroit received a treat last 
night when the legendary singer-songwriter brought 
some new blood on stage. On the last night 
of a  three-date stint at Detroit’s State
Theatre, Dylan invited young Jack White
to perform  with him on the second encore.


We can imagine Jack might have been a bit excited about this...


Torontonians prepare for three Bob Dylan 
performances this weekend, Dylan fans in 
Detroit received a treat last night when the 
legendary singer-songwriter brought some 
new blood on stage. On the last night of a 
three-date stint at Detroit’s State Theatre, 
Dylan invited young Jack White to perform 
with him on the second encore.


BOOTLEG


Bob Dylan
Detroit March 17, 2004



2 CDR
Travelin' Man/stewART
Complete show

 


ARTWORK
Dustyoldfairgrounds.com 2004 
Bob Dylan CDR Artwork Guide 2004
 

 


SETLIST


1. The wicked messenger
2. It´s all over now, Baby blue  
3.  Tweedle dee & tweedle dum
4. Under the red sky 
5. It´s alright, Ma
I´m only bleeding) 
6. Down along the cove
7. Moonlight
8. High water
(For Charly Patton) 
9. Girl of the North Country (A)
10. Highway 61 revisited
11. Man in the long black coat 
12. Honest with me
13. Every grain of sand
14. Summer days
15. Cat´s the Well
16. Like a rolling stone
17. All along the watchtower
18. Ball and Biscuit
(Jack White / Guitar & Vocals)


MUSICIANS

Bob Dylan 
 
Harp,
Piano, Vocals

Stu Kimball
Guitar

Denny Freeman
Guitar

Donnie Herron
  Violine, Mandoline
Pedal Steel

Elana Fremerman
Violine


Tony Garnier 
 
Bass, Stand up Bass

George Recile
 
Drums



SOME PICS

Bob Dylan Picture
Archive 2004



16. MARCH 2004
Detroit / Michigan - Masonic Temple Theater


REVIEWS

Bob Links




Review by John Heneger

After a short break Bob arrived dressed in a black suit with tailoring reminiscent of Hank Williams with red detailing. He looked ready for business indeed he was; he started with a strong version Of Tombstone Blues... a great start... with Elana playing the fiddle and dancin' and flyin' around the stage like Peter Pan. Excellent Some other highlights were a beautiful "I'll Remember You". "Lonesome Day Blues" was pretty loyal to the album version and Bob seemed to be enjoying the song. I thought the best of the evening was John Brown and Highway 61. Bob sang John Brown slowly and with a lot of feeling... it gave us the chills. Highway 61 Revisited was done as straight ahead rock and roll... with Elana driving the song with repetitive fills... very hard, very strong, very exciting... you could feel the power. Don't Think Twice was a good choice for an encore with AATW ending the party.
(Bob Links)


HIGHLIGHTS

Boots of Spanish leather 
It ain´t me, babe 
Shooting star


BOOTLEG


Bob Dylan
Detroit 16th March, 2004

Bob Dylan in Detroit 16. 03. 2004 - Bootlegcover

2 CDR
Travelin' Man/stewART
Complete show

 


ARTWORK
Dustyoldfairgrounds.com 2004 
Bob Dylan CDR Artwork Guide 2004
 

 


SETLIST


1. Silvio
2. Senor
(Tales of Yankee power)
3.  Cry a while
4. Boots of Spanish leather 
5. Watching the river flow
6. Make you feel my love
7. Highway 61 revisited
8. Tell me that it isn´t true
9. Stuck inside of mobile
with the Memphis blues again
10. Cold irons bound
11. It ain´t me, babe 
12. Honest with me
13. Shooting star
14. Summer days
15. Cat´s the Well
16. Like a rolling stone
17. All along the watchtower
18. Get out of Denver
(Song von Bob Seeger)


MUSICIANS

Bob Dylan 
 
Harp,
Piano, Vocals

Stu Kimball
Guitar

Denny Freeman
Guitar

Donnie Herron
  Violine, Mandoline
Pedal Steel

Elana Fremerman
Violine

Tony Garnier 
 
Bass, Stand up Bass

George Recile
 
Drums



SOME PICS

Bob Dylan Picture
Archive 2004



15. MARCH 2004
Detroit / Michigan - Masonic Temple Theater


REVIEWS

Bob Links




Review by Marc Schemansky

After a short break Bob arrived dressed in a black suit with tailoring reminiscent of Hank Williams with red detailing. He looked ready for business indeed he was; he started with a strong version Of Tombstone Blues... a great start... with Elana playing the fiddle and dancin' and flyin' around the stage like Peter Pan. Excellent Some other highlights were a beautiful "I'll Remember You". "Lonesome Day Blues" was pretty loyal to the album version and Bob seemed to be enjoying the song. I thought the best of the evening was John Brown and Highway 61. Bob sang John Brown slowly and with a lot of feeling... it gave us the chills. Highway 61 Revisited was done as straight ahead rock and roll... with Elana driving the song with repetitive fills... very hard, very strong, very exciting... you could feel the power. Don't Think Twice was a good choice for an encore with AATW ending the party.
(Bob Links)


HIGHLIGHTS

The lonesome death of
Hattie Carroll 
Floater


BOOTLEG


Bob Dylan
Detroit March 15, 2004

???

2 CDR
unidentified label
Complete show



ARTWORK
Dustyoldfairgrounds.com 2004 
Bob Dylan CDR Artwork Guide 2004
 

 


SETLIST


1. Drifter´s escape
2. It´s all over now, Baby blue  
3.  Lonesome day blues
4. The lonesome death of
Hattie Carroll 
(Bob with harp) 
5. Tweedle dee & tweedle dum
(Bob with harp)
6. Floater
(Too much to ask)
7. Things have changed
8. Tell me that it isn´t true
9. Highway 61 revisited
10. Blind Willie Mc Tell
11. Most likely you go your way
12. Honest with me
13. Saving grace
(Bob with harp)
14. Summer days
15. Cat´s the Well
16. Like a rolling stone
17. All along the watchtower


MUSICIANS

Bob Dylan 
 
Harp,
Piano, Vocals

Stu Kimball
Guitar

Denny Freeman
Guitar

Donnie Herron
  Violine, Mandoline
Pedal Steel

Elana Fremerman
Violine


Tony Garnier 
 
Bass, Stand up Bass

George Recile
 
Drums



SOME PICS

Bob Dylan Picture
Archive 2004



12. NOVEMBER 1991
Detroit / Michigan - The Fox Theater


BOOTLEG


Bob Dylan
(Detroit 1991)

???

2 CDR
Legendary Taper G Recording
Complete show



ARTWORK
Dustyoldfairgrounds.com 1991 
Bob Dylan CDR Artwork Guide 1991
 

 


SETLIST


1. To Be Alone With You
2.Tears Of Rage 
3. All Along The Watchtower
4.  I'll Be Your Baby Tonight
5. Gotta Serve Somebody
6. The Man In Me
7. Senor 
(Tales Of Yankee Power)
8. Watching The River Flow
9. It's All Over Now, Baby Blue (A)
10. Gates Of Eden (A)
11. Mr. Tambourine Man (A)
12. Boots Of Spanish Leather (A)
13. Dust My Broom
14. Confidential
15. Maggie's Farm
16. Everything Is Broken
17. Just Like A Woman
18. Highway 61 Revisited


MUSICIANS

Bob Dylan 
 Guitar, Harp, Vocals

John Jackson
 
Guitar    

Tony Garnier 
  Bass, Stand up Bass

Ian Wallace
  Drums





SOME PICS

Bob Dylan Picture
Archive 1991