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Columbia Recorded Artist
source: Washington State, June 18, 2000

Disc one:
Hallelujah, I'm Ready To Go (a)[Lm]
Stone Walls And Steel Bars (a)
Visions Of Johanna (a)
Love Minus Zero/No Limit (a)
Tangled Up In Blue (a)[Bh]
This World Can't Stand Long (a)[Lm]*
Country Pie 
Tell Me That It Isn't True 
Tombstone Blues 
Disc two:
Queen Jane Approximately 
Drifter's Escape [Bh]
Leopard-Skin Pill-Box Hat 
House Of The Rising Sun 
Like A Rolling Stone 
Don't Think Twice, It's All Right (a)[Bh]
Rainy Day Women #12 & #35

This is a nice Wild Wolf release of a fine, rarities-packed show. The recording is very good, albeit a little less defined that some of the very best. The vocal does stand out in front of the rest of the instrumentation, however, which is preferable to some of these shows in which the vocal is buried in the mix. The performance is top notch, but then again, so were a lot of those Y2K shows. There's a lot of CD releases from that year to choose from, so this one can easily lose itself in the crowd. The packaging is minimal - just a single page front, and a back cover. An enjoyable disc... but by no means essential. The title is a neat little play on words. Road manager Al Santos has been opening the show for quite some time with the introduction of "Columbia recording artist"..... tonight Bob is being recorded at the Columbia river gorge with the Columbia river itself serving as a distant, majestic backdrop.
Boblinks concert review
© 2003 M McGarr / CD Pinkerton Bobsboots.com
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Source / Venue:
Columbia River Gorge Amphitheater 
George, Washington  June 18, 2000

Manufacturer / Catalog No.
Wild Wolf      /     6/18/00 - (Disc matrix: Bdy-A1/B1)

8 stars

Bob's Boots ref  # 

Thanks to Mike McGarr for scans & review

Thanks to Matt Lutthans for locale information

(a) - acoustic
[Bh] -Bob on harp
[Lm] -Larry on mandolin
* song written by Johnnie Wright, Jim and Jack Anglin
© 2003 Craig Pinkerton Bobsboots.com
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