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Horsens Teater
source: Denmark  May 21, 2000

Disc one
Hallelujah, I'm Ready (acoustic)
My Back Pages (acoustic)
Masters Of War (acoustic)
Tomorrow Is A Long Time (acoustic)
Hard Rain (acoustic)
Tangled Up In Blue (acoustic)
Lonesome Death Of Hattie Carroll (acoustic)
Gotta Serve Somebody 
You're A Big Girl Now 
All Along The Watchtower 
Tryin' To Get To Heaven 
To Be Alone With You 
Disc two
Ballad Of A Thin Man 
Like A Rolling Stone 
Forever Young (acoustic)
Maggie's Farm 
It Ain't Me, Babe (acoustic)(Bob on harp)
Rainy Day Women #12 & 35
Blowin' In The Wind (acoustic)
Mama, You've Been On My Mind
Shelter From The Storm
Down Along The Cove
Things Have Changed

A richly done, classy looking package sets off the great quality audience recording. The four well chosen, excellent sound quality bonus tracks sit nicely at the end of the second disc. A few weeks after its release,  it was reissued in a digipack.
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NYA Theatre  Horsens, Denmark May 21, 2000
Bonus: Saturday, May 13, 2000 Lund, Sweden

Manufacturer / Catalog No.
Crystal Cat    / CC 526-27
June 2000 (first issue)
November 2000 (reissue) 
Reissued in Digipak
8 stars
Bob's Boots ref  #

Thanks to Mike McGarr for scans and info:
This Complete recording comes from the tiny 450 seat Horsens Nya Theater venue. The set list reflects the intimacy of the venue, with a one-off arrangement of Hallelujah, I'm Ready To Go which features the band harmonizing on the chorus minus any instrumental backing. Nice outings for You're A Big Girl Now, Tryin' To Get To Heaven (this is the last time it is played in a similar style to the album version, later versions feature a jazzy slowed down arrangement) and Ballad Of A Thin Man. The audience is enthusiastic throughout, with slow hand clapping between songs (although the presence of crowd noise on the recording rarely distracts from the music; rather serving to enhance the feeling of being part of this intimate and exclusive performance). The quality of the recording is not up to the standards of the very best Crystal Cat releases, with the vocal becoming slightly buried in the mix on occasion, but overall it's a very high standard recording with plenty of range and definition. An excellent CD. Karl Erik Andersen's first hand review from the Expecting Rain website
Note:  This CD was reissued a few months after the initial Crystal Cat issue. This reissue came in a redesigned 4- fold Digipak package. Although this repackaging retained the original Crystal Cat labels and catalog number, it is probable that this reissue is a pirate edition from an anonymous label, since the discs themselves are picture discs, not in keeping with the familiar Crystal Cat design, and the cds contain no matrix number on the inner ring. No matter, since the musical contents on both issues are identical, the pirate reissue simply offers an attractive alternate package to collectors. 
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