Saturday, August 12, 2017

Bob Dylan - 1976-05-03 - New Orleans, LA (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

May 3, 1976 - Evening Show 
New Orleans, The Warehouse 

lineage
SBD > ? > DAT > Soundforge 6.0 > CD Wave > CD > EAC > WAV > FLAC 

CD 1 [63:13] 
01 Sleazy - Bob Neuwirth 
02 Flint Hill Special - David Mansfield 
03 Werewolves Of London - T-Bone Burnett 
04 Too Good To Be Wasted - Rob Stoner 
05 Mad Man - Steven Soles 
06 Tears On My Pillow - Donna Weiss 
07 A Lady Is Still A Lady - Bob Neuwirth 
08 They Had To Move Away - Bob Neuwirth 
09 Alabama Dark [fragment] - Bob Neuwirth 
10 Is There Life On Mars ? - Mick Ronson 
11 If (poem by Rudyard Kipling) - Dennis Hopper 
12 The Battle Of New Orleans - Bob Neuwirth
13 Rollin' Across The U.S.A. - Kinky Friedman 
14 Dear Abbie - Kinky Friedman 
15 Asshole From El Paso - Kinky Friedman 

CD 2 [76:24] 
01 Mr.Tambourine Man
02 Love Minus Zero / No Limit
03 Vincent Van Gogh
04 Maggie's Farm
05 Mozambique
06 Isis [incomplete] 
07 Eight Miles High - Roger McGuinn 
08 Jolly Roger - Roger McGuinn 
09 Lover Of The Bayou - Roger McGuinn 
10 Chestnut Mare - Roger McGuinn 
11 Do Right Woman, Do Right Man - Joan Baez 
12 (Ain't Gonna Let Nobody) Turn Me Around - Joan Baez 
13 Love Song To A Stranger, Part II - Joan Baez 
14 The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down - Joan Baez 
15 Sweeter For Me (aka Red Telephone) - Joan Baez 
16 Dancin' In The Streets - Joan Baez

CD 3 [77:15] 
01 Diamonds And Rust - Joan Baez 
02 Railroad Boy
03 I Pity The Poor Immigrant 
04 Shelter From The Storm
05 Stuck Inside Of Mobile With The Memphis Blues Again
06 You're A Big Girl Now 
07 Rita May
08 Lay Lady Lay
09 Silver Mantis - T-Bone Burnett 
10 Idiot Wind
11 Knockin' On Heaven's Door
12 Gotta Travel On

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Notes: 
There is some speculation about this being the evening show, please see Les Kokay's "Songs Of The Underground" p.106-110. 
This is a new transfer and is not identical to LB-0509. The DAT was described to me as coming from 1st generation cassette (?) copies. 
As you can never be sure with Dylan tapes of that vintage, especially SBDs, I decided to present the linage the way I did and add this caveat. 
I did not harm the sound of the source tape in any way other than trying to pitch correct the show. 

d1t09 just a 0:40 fragment (song does neither appear in Olof's nor Les' notes) 
d2t04 @ 0:39 a one second patch from my old vinyl boot "At The Warehouse" to cover a drop out on the original DAT (sorry for the crackles...) 
d2t06 ends @ 5:00 (probably a minute missing) 
d2t16 cuts @ 6:44 (probably 10-20 seconds missing) 
d3t06 @ 4:30 several seconds edited out (track cuts on DAT with music overlapping) 
d3t09 cuts @ 1:14 (probably a minute missing) 

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