source: St.Paul, Minnesota Oct. 30, 2002
Seeing The Real You At Last [Bp]
In The Summertime [Bp / Lm]
Tombstone Blues [Bp]
End Of The Innocence (Henley / Hornsby) [Bp]
Watching The River Flow [Bp]
Brown Sugar (Mick Jagger / Keith Richards)
Forever Young (a)
It's Alright, Ma (a) [Bp / Lc / Ce / Tab]
The Times (a) [Ba / Lc / Ce / Tab]
Cold Irons Bound
Girl Of The North Country (a)
Old Man (Neil Young)(a) [Ba / La / Ce / Te]
Honest With Me [Bp / Ls]
Love Minus Zero/No Limit (a) [Lps]
High Water (For Charley Patton)[Bp]
Mutineer (Warren Zevon)[Bp / Lps]
Bye And Bye [Bp / Tab]
Summer Days [Tab]
Blowin' In The Wind (a)
All Along The Watchtower
Quinn, The Eskimo (The Mighty Quinn) (1)
Voice From On High(Bill Monroe / Mauldin)(2)
Ring Them Bells (3)
You Ain't Goin' Nowhere (3)
A fairly good show with the highlights being the cover songs and Bob on electric piano, as well as some soaring harmonies on Blowin' In The Wind, and well chosen bonus tracks. Bob cryptically dedicates The Times once again to Minnesota senator Paul Wellstone who had died the previous week in a tragic plane crash. This show includes the long introduction. The package is every bit as incredible as has come to be expected from this manufacturer.
Note: In reading reviews of the few concerts between Senator Wellstone's death and the St. Paul concert, I learned that Bob was playing "The Times...." and then immediately after the song, saying that it was for Senator Wellstone. In St. Paul, Bob apparently forgot to say his dedication immediately after the song, so he said it several songs later.
Right before High Water, Bob says:
"Thank ya everybody. I played the "Times They Are A Changin" awhile back for my man --- he reached the end of the road up there in Eveleth."
By the way, Eveleth is about 30 miles from Bob's childhood home of Hibbing, Minnesota.
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