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Got A Line On You
source: Atlanta, GA   Feb 9, 2002

Disc one
I Am The Man, Thomas (a)
My Back Pages (a)[Bh / Lf]
It's Alright, Ma (I'm Only Bleeding) (a)[Lc]
Searching For A Soldier's Grave (a) [Bh]*
Lonesome Day Blues 
Lay, Lady, Lay [Lps]
High Water (For Charley Patton)[Lba]
It Ain't Me, Babe (a)[Bh]
Masters Of War (a)
Tangled Up In Blue (a)[Bh]
Disc two
Summer Days [Tab]
Sugar Baby [Tab]
Drifter's Escape [Bh]
Rainy Day Women #12 & 35 [Lsg]
1st encore:
Things Have Changed 
Like A Rolling Stone 
Forever Young (a)[Bh]
Honest With Me 
Blowin' In The Wind (a)[Bh]
2nd encore: 
All Along The Watchtower
This is about as good as it gets, audio wise, as is evident by the many releases of this show. All ages catch Bob (TMR)---All ages Catch Dylan (Mainstream) --He is the Man (Rattlesnake) and this one here from the Wolf. They are all soundboard except for TMR. The soundboard for this show is simply flawless. Not only is the sound exquisite, but Bob and the band are brilliant. Dylan bends and drags his words as only he can do. The band is tight and keeps up beautifully with Bob’s driving vocals. This recording prooves just what a force that Dylan and his band are. All of the labels were smart to leave off bonus tracks, for anything from 2002 would pale horribly on the same disc as this show.
The artwork, however, is a tad flimsy (which is uncharacteristic of this Japanese label). The photos are accurate and very appealing, but the front cover is only a double sided glossy square and the back inside liner is blank. The cds are silk screened to match the front cover. The lack of packaging is hardly a deterrent from obtaining this title, however, if you’re looking for a more aesthetically pleasing package... then the Rattlesnake release would be the way to go.

Boblinks Concert Review
© 2004 Keith Schweiger / bobsboots.com

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Philips Arena, Atlanta GA , February 9, 2002

Manufacturer / Catalog No.
Wild Wolf      /    2902-A/B

9½ stars  (lowered from 10 due to packaging)
Bob's Boots ref  #  

© 2001 CD Pinkerton bobsboots.com
Other commercial releases of this title:
All Ages Catch Bob
All Ages Catch Dylan
He's The Man
(a) - acoustic
[Bh] -Bob on harp
[Lba]-Larry on banjo
[Lc] -Larry on cittern
[Lf] - Larry on fiddle
[Lps]-Larry on pedal steel
[Lsg]-Larry on steel guitar
[Tab]-Tony on acoustic upright bass
© 2002 Craig Pinkerton Bobsboots.com
*song written by Johnnie Wright, Jim and Jack Anglin

Thanks to Keith Schweiger for scans & review

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