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Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Bob Dylan – London, England (10/17/87) "The Final Night and More"

BOB DYLAN
Wembley Arena
London, England
October 17th 1987
“The Final Night And More”
(Factory Pressed Discs) JTT
plus Fillers

Download: FLAC/MP3

Audience Recording
SOURCE: Factory Pressed Discs > Soundforge PRO10b > Flac Level 8 Align on Sector Boundaries

Disc One
01. The Times They Are A-Changin’
02. Like A Rolling Stone
03. Maggie’s Farm
04. Forever Young
05. Dead Man Dead Man
06. I Dreamed I Saw St Augustine
07. Simple Twist Of Fate
08. I’ll Be Your Baby Tonight
09. Watching The River Flow
10. Gotta Serve Somebody
11. Man Of Peace
12. I And I
13. Don’t Think Twice, It’s All Right
14. Tomorrow is A Long Time
15. Heart Of Mine
16. In The Garden

Disc Two
01. Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door
02. Chimes Of Freedom
03. Rainy Day Women
04. Go Down Moses

Fillers:
05. Emotionally Yours – Wembley Arena, London, October 16th 1987
06. To Ramona – Wembley Arena, London, October 16th 1987
07. Lenny Bruce – Wembley Arena, London, October 16th 1987
08. License To Kill – Arena Civica, Milan, Italy October 04th 1987
09. House Of The Rising Sun – POPB Bercy, Paris, France October 07th 1987
10. Wicked Messenger – The Paleur, Rome, Italy October 03rd 1987
11. Desolation Row – Vorst Nationaal, Brussels, Belgium October 10th 1987
12. Lonesome Death Of Hattie Carroll – Vorst Nationaal, Brussels, Belgium October 10th 1987
13. Shot Of Love – Vorst Nationaal, Brussels, Belgium October 10th 1987
14. Joey – Schleyerhalle, Stuttgart, West Germany September 29th 1987
15. John Brown – Schleyerhalle, Stuttgart, West Germany September 29th 1987
16. When I Paint My Masterpiece – Valby Hallen, Copenhagen, Denmark September 21st 1987

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August 19, 2015 - Posted by | Bob Dylan, Bootleg Bonanza, FLAC, mp3 downloads, Music |

12 Comments »

  1. As you can tell I’ve been working my way through the 80s kind of randomly. Its definitely a period I’m not overly knowledgeable on, but man I’m digging it. This is a very cool show.

    Comment by Mat Brewster | August 19, 2015 | Reply

  2. Ripper shows man!

    Comment by Tim | August 19, 2015 | Reply

  3. yea this is outstanding, thank you

    Comment by Jersey Tom | August 19, 2015 | Reply

  4. Part 1 of the FLAC appears to be missing in your link. Or I’m losing it. 🙂

    Comment by MrM | August 20, 2015 | Reply

  5. You are not crazy. Apparently it didn’t get uploaded properly. I’ll have it to you this evening sometime.

    Comment by Mat Brewster | August 20, 2015 | Reply

  6. Link should be good now.

    Comment by Mat Brewster | August 20, 2015 | Reply

  7. Awesome. Thanks for fixing!

    Comment by MrM | August 20, 2015 | Reply

  8. Thanks! Bunch of good stuff posted recently, but all stuff I have already…until this one! Not much of a fan of his 80’s singing, but like how TP&THs play his music! Having some of the ’86 shows, but this is my first taste of the ’87 tour!
    Thanks!

    Comment by Seth Hollander | August 21, 2015 | Reply

  9. Not very familiar with the eighties, either. But given S.F. ’80 and Barcelona ’84, this should be well worth my time.

    Thank you.

    Comment by La Piazza Gancio | August 21, 2015 | Reply

  10. His vocals are strong, but his delivery is sometimes weird. The music is pretty damned good though.

    Comment by Mat Brewster | August 21, 2015 | Reply

  11. One of the best performances and Possibly the best rec of 87 tour, definitely best commercial boot. I’m sure this was a ‘Dandelion’ release – Did they ever make a Dylan boot release which was less than excellent and essential?

    These shows were far from perfect but really interesting. Gone is the rock ‘n’ roll americana of 86. A much more of an ‘Art House’ feel to things. I caught the opening night of the Wembley run. Much rougher than this performance but still had some great moments. At this point the Heartbreakers were at the abs peak of their powers and their set was outstanding. We also got McGuinn doing some of the old Byrds classics and came back to guest on ;Chimes’ as here. All in all a good night, but this is the night to have in your collection.

    I know Bob’s delivery is a bit ‘left field’ on these shows. Truth is that Bob spitting the lyrics of Rolling Stone across the beat was either an artistic statement or an aberration, depending on your point of view. Some arrangements were just awful (Maggies Farm) others were magical (simple twist of afte, tomorrow is a long time, don’t think twice).

    Thank God for Benmont on piano as he was the only person who seemed to be able to read Bob’s mind and really kept things together.

    Sorry Mat, haven’t forgotten your ‘Mercury Music’ outtakes, very soon i promise

    Comment by DylanDave | August 24, 2015 | Reply

  12. No worries. Some other kind soul sent me the Mercur Music stuff in FLAC. Thanks though.

    Comment by Mat Brewster | August 24, 2015 | Reply


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