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At The Globe Arena
source: Stockholm 1998

Disc One
All Along The Watchtower
Tonight I'll Be Staying Here With You
Cold Irons Bound
Every Grain Of Sand
Desolation Row
One Too Many Mornings
Tangled Up In Blue
Make You Feel My Love
This Wheel's On Fire
Highway 61 Revisited
Disc Two
Forever Young
Love Sick
Rainy Day Women 12 & 35
Blowin' In The Wind
Pretty Peggy-O (1)
Positively Fourth Street (1)
Roving Gambler (1)
Simple Twist Of Fate (2)
Mr. Tambourine Man (2)
To Be Alone With You (3)
The Times (3)
It's All Over Now Baby Blue (3)
Disc Three
She Belongs To Me (3)
Shooting Star (4)
To Ramona (4)
Masters Of War (4)
Love Minus Zero (4)
Blind Willie McTell (4)
Don't Think Twice (4)
Gotta Serve Somebody (5)
If Not For You (5)
You Ain't Goin' Nowhere (5)
It Ain't Me Babe (5)
Ballad Of A Thin Man (5)
I Shall Be Released (5)

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Source / Venue:
Globe Arena, Stockholm, Sweden, June 9, 1998
(1) Sibbarb Beach, Malmo, Sweden, June 6, 1998
(2) Frognerbadet, Oslo, Norway, June 7, 1998
(3) Scandanavium, Goteborg, Sweden, June 10, 1998
(4) Forum, Copenhagen, Denmark June 11, 1998
(5) Roskilde Festival, Roskilde, Denmark, June 26, '98

Manufacturer / Catalog No.
Crystal Cat  / CC 464-66
Released: 1998

Quality:  10 stars (Globe)
7-10 stars (bonus tracks)
Bob's Boots ref  #   BB-a39

Other commercial releases of Copenhagen
I Have No one to Meet

Flat out fantastic! This recording from the capital city is that rare, perfect blend of vocal to music to audience; combined with a stellar band performance, vocal perfection, and incredible song line up that qualifies it to stand among the very best of the very best. The sound is warm, fat, and full. Listen with headphones, and you can imagine yourself as the mix console sound engineer pumping out a perfect show. Bob's guitar slips into the wrong  gear for a line or two of Forever Young. That's truly about as critical as you can get with this masterpiece. The Globe show is indispensable to even the smallest live collection. Great package, however, it would have better been served as a double CD focusing away from all of the added material. The idea is to include all songs that were performed on the June, Northern Europe tour. Some of the bonus tracks shine, some only glow. Roskilde, for instance, is simply substandard quality for CC. The discs are standard, silk screen generic CC prints.
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