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Everybody Knows I'm Here
source: November 11, 1999

Disc one
I Am The Man, Thomas (a1lyrics
Song To Woody (a)
It's Alright, Ma (I'm Only Bleeding) (a)
It's All Over Now, Baby Blue (a) [Lps]
Tangled Up In Blue (a) [Bh]
Hootchie Cootchie Man (Willie Dixon)  lyrics
Absolutely Sweet Marie [Bh]
I Shall Be Released [Lps]
Everything Is Broken
Disc two
Queen Jane Approximately [Lps]
Highway 61 Revisited
What Good Am I? [Lps]
Rainy Day Women #12 & 35
Don't Think Twice, It's All Right (a)
Not Fade Away
Blowin' In The Wind (a)
Folsom Prison Blues (Johnny Cash)  lyrics
Slightly mixed reviews for this one. The sound quality is very good, though not quite to the standards that Crystal Cat has established. The performance is wonderful on a great set containing some rarely played gems. Highlights including softly sung versions of Queen Jane and What Good Am I?. The opening five tracks being acoustic is a lovely way to start, before laying into a rocking Hootchie Coochie Man. Sweet Marie is incredible as well. In fact, the whole set is simply a joy! The bonus track is the best version I've heard. Slightly superior sound quality to the main set. The name of this title comes from the lyrics that Bob sings in Hootchie Cootchie Man. As for the package, this is only the fourth release from this manufacturer, and there are still a few bugs. The main faux pas here is that the release is credited as Bob Dylan & Phil Lesh. Both are pictured on the front cover. While this show was a double billing, with Phil opening; none of Phil's set is included. Not only is this cover boorish for the Dylan fan, but it's downright misleading for the Deadhead. There is a show review on the insert back that was printed over a Dylan image, making it difficult to read. Issued in a clear jewel case, yet it contains a blank liner. The back cover contains complete venue info thanks to Oläf's chronicles. As with previous releases, the discs are standard silk-screen two color with the title, disc number, and Label logo.
© 2006 Chris Verkroost / CD Pinkerton bobsboots.com
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Source / Venue:
Civic Center   Augusta, Maine   November 11, 1999
bonus track:   Veterans Memorial Coliseum
              New Haven, CT  November 10, 1999

Manufacturer / Catalog No.
THINMAN       /     007 / 008



8½ stars

Bob's Boots ref. #


(a) - acoustic
[Bh] -Bob on harp
[Lps]-Larry on pedal steel
(1) - written by Ralph Stanley and Larry Sparks


Thanks to Keith Schweiger for scans

Thanks to Chris Verkroost for review
© 2006 CD Pinkerton -  bobsboots.com