|Wear The Fox Hat
source: San Francisco, Nov. 16, 1980
Let It Ride (McCoy/Dennis)
It's Gonna Rain (C Johnson)
Come On In This House (Unknown)
Saved By The Grace (Smith
Gotta Serve Somebody
I Believe In You
Like A Rolling Stone (A)
Till I Get It Right (Lane / Henley)
Man Gave Names To All The Animals (B)
To Ramona (1)
Ain't Gonna Go To Hell For Anybody*(1)
Girl Of The North Country * (1) (2)
Slow Train * (1)
Walk Around Heaven All Day
Abraham, Martin & John (Holler) (3) (C)
Let's Keep It Between Us (4)
Mary From The Wild Moor (trad.) (5)
Solid Rock (E)
Just Like A Woman
Señor (Tales Of Yankee Power)
Simple Twist Of Fate (F)
The Groom's Still Waiting At The Altar
When You Gonna Wake Up (G)
In The Garden * (H)
Blowin' In The Wind
City Of Gold
It's All Over Now, Baby Blue (6)
This is the complete concert, which doesn't seem to exist entirely as a
soundboard recording. To complete the missing songs, good sounding
audience recordings were used to fill in. They are marked with an
asterisk (*). The front
cover has been used before as a boot cover, and it's still just as
cheesy. It would have been fine without the Bob Dylan written on the
glasses. The package is fairly good, though a bit simplistic. The
concert is a fantastic voyage for anyone interested in the gospel years.
* Song source is audience recording
Dylan - vocal &
Fred Tackett - guitar
Willie Smith - keyboards
Tim Drummond - bass
Jim Keltner - drums
Clydie King - harmony
Carolyn Dennis - harmony vocals
Regina Havis - harmony vocals
Garcia - guitar
- vocal & guitar
Willie Smith - piano
- piano & vocal
Clydie King - shared vocal
Dylan - piano backed by the band
- vocal & guitar, Regina
Havis - shared vocal, Fred
Tackett - mandolin
- solo vocal & guitar
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is talkative tonight. Here are some transcriptions. Each occurs after
the song of the corresponding letter.
gonna slow it down some right now. Mrs. Regina
McCreary, gonna sing Keep On Falling In Love Till I Get It Right.
don't know exactly what to say here. Different
peoples been coming down to the theater every night so far. And this
night is no exception I guess. Anyway this is, keep ..., here's a young
man I know you know who he is. I've played with him a few times before.
I'm a great admirer and fan of his and support his group all the way,
Jerry Garcia. He's gonna play with us, key of C.
King. This is a new song ..., don't know how old it is. Anyway, it's
called Can We Keep It Between Us.
A lot of
ask me about old songs and new songs. This is a real
old song. This song is so old, I'd say it's about 200 years old. A song
I used to sing before I wrote any songs. Anyway, it's one of those
tragic, ... tragic love ballads.
When I was
standing out backstage, and this guy came up to me, he said
"You remember that woman that came up to you about an hour ago with the
long red hair?" And I said, "Yeah I remember that woman." And he said,
"She sure was beautiful, wasn't she?" And I said, "Yes, she was all
right." He said "That was me."
new song here in the key of A. This is called The Groom Is Still
Waiting At The Altar.
great Odetta's here tonight. I saw her! Tom Sawyer.
tonight. All the rest of the keyboards too. Tim Drummond is playing the
drums. Fred Tackett on lead guitar. Tim Drummond on bass. Clydie
King, Regina McCreary, Carolyn Dennis vocalists for tonight. Special
guest star is Jerry Garcia. We'll see you later now.