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Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Bob Dylan – Oklahoma City, OK (07/06/00)

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Bob Dylan
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
July 6, 2000
Zoo Amphitheater

Download FLAC: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3
Download MP3@320: Zippy

A nice review from Expecting Rain.

CD1 78:23

01. Oh Babe, It Ain’t No Lie (acoustic)
02. Song To Woody (acoustic)
03. Desolation Row (acoustic)
04. Tangled Up In Blue (acoustic)
05. Searching For A Soldier’s Grave (acoustic) (Larry on mandolin)
06. Country Pie
07. If Not For You
08. Down In The Flood
09. I Don’t Believe You (She Acts Like We Never Have Met) (Bob on harp)
10. Drifter’s Escape (Bob on harp)
11. Leopard-Skin Pill-Box Hat
(encore)
12. Things Have Changed
13. Like A Rolling Stone
14. Girl Of The North Country (acoustic)
15. Rainy Day Women #12 & 35

Audience recording > Unknown transfer > CDR(x) > EAC (Secure/Offset) > WAV > FLAC (Level 8) > DIME

From original uploader:
Full spectrum (not a MD recording). Very good to excellent sound, A-.

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June 20, 2014 - Posted by | Bob Dylan, Bootleg Bonanza, FLAC, mp3 downloads, Music

5 Comments »

  1. Another gem from Bob and the boys – I simply can’t understand the reservations some people have about this 2000 tour. As far as i’m concerned (and most of those I saw it with) it represents a true high point in live performance terms, in fact along with ’99 consistently the best of ‘recent’ times.
    We are truly blessed to have so many great quality recordings from these 2 years, not just the superlative Crystal Cats, but lots of really excellent boots and great private masters like this one

    For all the excellent performances of very recent times, Bob’s vocal power and range have not been matched since (with the exception of late 2002 of course)

    Cheers Mat

    Comment by DylanDave | June 20, 2014 | Reply

  2. Awesome – thanks for sharing this, Mat – love the 2000 tour! I agree DylanDave, this was a great era for Bob.

    Comment by Grant | June 21, 2014 | Reply

  3. thanks!

    Comment by zowie | June 22, 2014 | Reply

  4. I would go even further… !

    If I absolutely could have only one year’s worth of the
    maestro, I think it would have to be either 1999 or 2000.
    These aren’t necessarily my favorite years but in terms of
    breadth and depth of performance and material, I would
    suggest that these represent the acme, the zenith, the
    apogee. (Are there any astrological metaphors I’ve
    missed?).

    Compare, say, a year like 1981 (to pick pretty much at
    random) – yeah, many great performances, no question;
    but neither the setlists nor the performances vary all
    that much, and the shows all begin to sound very similar
    after a while. A handful of boots and I won’t miss the rest.

    Not so a year like 2000. The spring shows are
    very low key, laid back affairs, and Bob is singing in his
    best ‘closed up’, private, sleepy/comatose style and yet
    often managing to communicate with every word.
    The fall shows are consistently more energetic, Bob is
    “performing” more [for bigger venues?], a different style again.

    The summer shows seem to me to fall somewhere in between.
    More ups and downs perhaps, but plenty of rich and wonderful
    shows to mine.

    Thanks Mat!

    PS –

    125 different songs in 2000
    69 in 1981

    Figures from setlist.fm

    I’m amazed how many in ’81.
    I eat my hat!

    Comment by Tony | June 22, 2014 | Reply

  5. I thought 2000 was a really good year. I caught the show in Salina, KS just a few months before this one and it is one of my favorites I’ve seen live… Looking forward to spinning OKC!

    Comment by Banjoturtle | June 23, 2014 | Reply


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