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(A)Dying Voice Within Me
source:  Ullevi Stadion
Disc one
Highway 61 Revisited
All Along The Watchtower
Just Like A Woman (Bh)
Maggie's Farm
I And I
License To Kill
Just My Imagination (1)
Mr. Tambourine Man (2 / Bh)
It Ain't Me Babe (2 / Bh)
It's Alright Ma (I'm Only Bleeding) (2)
It's All Over Now, Baby Blue
Masters Of War
Disc two
Ballad Of A Thin Man
When You Gonna Wake Up?
Every Grain Of Sand
Simple Twist Of Fate
Like A Rolling Stone
Tangled Up In Blue (2 / Bh)
Don't Think Twice, It's Alright (2)
Blowin' In The Wind (Cg)
Tombstone Blues (Cg)
Love Minus Zero/ No Limit (Cg)
The Times (Cg)

The Thinman strikes again. With this, and other recent releases they are establishing themselves as contenders for the crown. This beautiful set uses various 1980s photos to create a mouthwatering package. The title comes from a line in the beautiful Every Grain Of Sand. Each CD is offset printed with a unique concert photo as well. The typeset is crisp and concise, and everything works together well. Only one minor error appears on the back cover. The show is listed as the sixth of June when it actually occurred on the ninth. Stick a disc in the player, though, and you'll forget all about this oversight. The music is crisp and well defined. The vocals are up front and powerful. Best of all... the performance is one for the books! Sony released Real Live from this tour, but as Tiny Montgomery said: "Hello!... They'd have been a lot better off just releasing this show!". Bob is on his A game on this night, and every song is its own incredible highlight. This show has traded among tapers from the night it was performed. It appeared on two different vinyl releases just a couple months later. It has appeared on disc before according to one of our reliable sources, but we do not have a copy. It's such a fantastic show, however, that the Thin Man can be proud for once again getting it out there to the silver collectors There is precious little 1984 material on the must have list. This one shoots to the head of the line!
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Source / Venue:
Gothenburg, Sweden June 9, 1984

Manufacturer / Catalog No.
Thinman       /       072/073

October 2008

9-9½ stars

Bob's Boots ref  #

Other commercial releases:
Don't Think Twice / Gothenburg 84
Bootleg Vinyl releases:
Don't Think Twice / Gothenburg 84

Dylan - vocal & guitar
Mick Taylor - guitar
Ian MacLagan - keyboards
Greg Sutton - bass
Colin Allen - drums

- Sung by bass player Greg Sutton without Dylan. Song written by: Gerry Goffin & Barry Goldberg
(2) - Dylan performs solo vocal & guitar
(Cg) - Carlos Santana guests on guitar
- Dylan on harp

Thanks to Tiny Montgomery for scans

The best Dylan bootlegs

Technical Notes:
There is a brief drop-out / glitch during the applause for an encore on Disc two, track 11. It has absolutely no effect on the concert, as it's during the applause only. It was mastered to glass with this this glitch, and mentioned here so that the owner can know that they didn't get a defective disc. All sets have this glitch in the same spot.
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