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Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Bob Dylan – Sydney, Australia (03/24/92)


Bob Dylan
State Theatre, New South Wales
Sydney, Australia
24 March 1992

Download FLAC: Mega
Download MP3@320: Mega

My Mediafire space ran out again so I’m giving Mega another shot. Please do let me know how it works for you.

Alternative recording ‘MK’ & ‘JL’.

Trade cd-rs from many years ago > eac > flac 5 > y’all

I am not the taper….sorry, no further source info available.

As far as I am aware this recording has not been torrented in any form until now.

Disc 1:

01 Tangled Up In Blue
02 Most Of The Time
03 All Along The Watchtower
04 Just Like A Woman
05 Stuck Inside Of Mobile With The Memphis Blues Again
06 She Belongs To Me
07 Maggie’s Farm
08 Love Minus Zero/No Limit
09 Little Moses

(Total Time 44:10)

Disc 2:

01 Female Rambling Sailor
02 Desolation Row
03 Cat’s In The Well
04 I’ll Remember You
05 The Times They Are A-Changin’
06 Highway 61 Revisited
07 Ballad Of A Thin Man
08 To Be Alone With You
09 Blowin’ In The Wind

(Total Time 46:00)


December 30, 2013 - Posted by | Bob Dylan, Bootleg Bonanza, FLAC, mp3 downloads, Music


  1. hi there,
    the link for flac works perfect. thank you for your great work. wish you a happy new year

    Comment by hanuman | December 30, 2013 | Reply

  2. Hi Mat, you’re back i guess. Hope you had a good one.

    This source is unfamiliar to me, though the gig has appeared on several commercial boots and i remember it well. I seem to recall a boot entitled ‘Time To Think’ containing various selections from this tour leg, and it also featuired on a multdisc compilation set recently posted on t.u.b.e. Must confess always though those sources were SBD but quoted as AUD. Anyway, decent recordings from a relatively strong part of ’92. Will be interesting to see how this compares for sound qual


    Comment by DylanDave | December 30, 2013 | Reply

  3. Thanks for this one
    Happy new year

    Comment by claes | December 31, 2013 | Reply

  4. try zippyshare a lot of people are using it very reliable, very quick for most and doesn’t insist on which browser you use

    Comment by ade | December 31, 2013 | Reply

  5. Yeah, i’d second that, well worth a try anyway – allows multiple d/ls fror free users. Should say (again) that personally I have no issues with MEGA at all, fully understand your upload issues etc

    Comment by DylanDave | December 31, 2013 | Reply

  6. first time i used mega i had to system restore, remove a virus/malware so i won’t ever go near it again

    Comment by ade | December 31, 2013 | Reply

  7. upto you but it’s the posters not the hosters you need to worry about – i’ve had potential issues (all averted) with just about every hoster incl mediafire. Important to remember these are effectively public forums and a post is only as reliable as the poster – good antivirus is essential with all these things. Norton IE is a real pain in many ways but in over 5 years of doing this stuff on an industrial scale it has kept me completely clear of issues.

    If you are relying on free antivirus software (as many do) then i hope God is on your side

    Comment by DylanDave | December 31, 2013 | Reply

  8. What kind of experiences have you had with
    dodgy posters DylanDave??

    Just curious really….

    Comment by Tony | January 2, 2014 | Reply

  9. Too many to mention really, never can be sure whether it is malicious or just coming from an infected machine.
    There used to be lots of ‘nasties’ on Mediafire – Discovered this when I was aggressively grabbing some large online mp3 archives as rumours wqere circulating that Bob was about to clamp down on the sharing as with Van and his Web Sheriff.
    No real incentive for hosters to put anything nasty on their servers as their business models are all based around building up user numbers, both free and subscriber. there are regular issues with aggressive advertising etc but nothing that would ever require a system restore or equivalent.
    Having worked in IT lots the best advice I can give is to not get hung up on technical details/issues but rather to try and understand or anticipate the potential motives of others, always expect the worst, and take full responsibility for your own ‘safety’. Seriously, I always recommend Norton I Security (not just the antivirus as the firewall aspect is at least as important) manually update regularly (don’t just rely on auto updating) and check regularly for browser infections using antispyware (update definitions and then scan with ‘Spybot’)
    Also never use Chrome – referring to my motives message earlier – do not use free software provided by the world’s biggest spying/info gathering organisation if you want a peaceful life!

    Comment by DylanDave | January 2, 2014 | Reply

  10. For Anybody interested in this tour, just found this post from 10 April gig

    Comment by DylanDave | January 2, 2014 | Reply

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