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Nights at the Greeks 
source: Berkeley June 13 & 14, 1986

Side one: 
So long, good luck, and good-bye 
Positively fourth Street 
Clean cut kid 
Emotionally yours 
Trust yourself 
Lucky ol' Sun 
I'll remember you 

Side two: 
Shot of love 
We had it all 
Masters of war 

Side three:
To Ramona 
Lonesome death of Hattie Carroll 
Hard rain 
I forgot more than you'll ever know 

Side four: 
Don't think twice, it's alright 
Hard rain 
Girl of the North Country 
I forgot more than you'll ever know 
Just like a woman 
Band of the hand 

Side five: 
Lenny Bruce 
When the night comes falling 
Lonesome town 
Ballad of a thin Man 

Side six: 
Rainy Day Women No. 12 and 35 
Seeing the real you at last 
I & I 

Side seven: 
Rainy Day Women No. 12 and 35 
Seeing the real you at last 
Across the borderline 
I & I 
Like a rolling stone 

Side eight: 
In the Garden 
Blowin' in the wind 
Unchain my heart 
Rockin' with you baby 
Knockin' on heaven's door 
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1986 saw the release of this incredible package from Germany by someone using the Berkeley label. 
 The slick, full color gatefold jacket  held 4 LPs that contained The complete Dylan segments from the Berkeley, CA, June 13 & 14, 1986 shows with Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers. 
The black vinyl 4 LP set was severely limited to 50 copies! 
The only thing to complain about is that there are no track listings or venue information listed with the package. 

There was a brief description of this LP in 
the first issue of "Live! Music 
Review" (March 1993). It shows a 
picture of the front cover. 
Here's what they had to say: 

NIGHTS AT THE GREEKS This one's a monster. 4 LPs. 2 full shows. Great gatefold cover. Fabulous European pressings. Well recorded audience tapes were used from two consecutive nights at  Berkeley's famous Greek Theater on June 13 & 14, 1986. These were some of the most intimate performances of the "True Confessions" tour with Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers. The shows are genuinely inspired and the set lists differ quite substantially. The bootleggers who manufactured this piece also have a great sense of humor. For those of you old enough to remember, there was a bootleg company in the US called Berkeley Records which used a black & silver label and always gave production credit 
to "Michael Manchester". These records feature exact reproductions of the Berkeley labels and sure enough, production is credited to "Michael Manchester"! This is what I mean by a "sense of history". 
© "Live! Music Review" (March 1993)

Thanks to Jim Beck for info 

8 stars       NMP200

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