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In The Garden
source: 30th Anniversary Concert

Disc one
Like A Rolling Stone John Mellencamp
Leopardskin Pillbox Hat John Mellencamp
Introduction - Kris Kristofferson
Blowin' In The Wind Stevie Wonder
Wanted Man George Thorogood
Foot Of Pride Lou Reed
Masters Of War Eddie Vedder & Mike McCready
The Times Tracy Chapman
It Ain't Me Babe Johnny Cash & June Carter Cash
Highway 61 Revisited Johnny Winter
Seven Days Ron Wood
Just Like A Woman Richie Havens
Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues Neil Young
All Along The Watchtower Neil Young
I Shall Be Released Chrissie Hynde
Disc two
I'll Be Your Baby Tonight Kris Kristofferson
Love - 0/No Limit Eric Clapton
Don't Think Twice, It's Alright Eric Clapton
Emotionally Yours The O'Jays
When I Paint My Masterpiece The Band
You Ain't Goin' Nowhere  Carpenter/ Cash/ Colvin
If Not For You George Harrison
Absolutely Sweet Marie George Harrison
License To Kill Tom Petty
Rainy Day Women #12 & 35 Tom Petty
Mr. Tambourine Man Roger McGuinn
Song To Woody Bob Dylan
It's Alright, Ma (I'm Only Bleeding) Bob Dylan
My Back Pages 
Dylan/ McGuinn/ Petty/ Young/ Clapton/  Harrison
Knockin' On Heaven's Door Dylan & All Star Band
With the official release becoming available on August 24, 1993, This boot release also became a pirate. There were a few songs (highlighted) that didn't make the official release. Most notably "Song To Woody". There was also some studio re-recording done and... obviously... remixing; so some songs have a different sound. One minor annoyance is that a couple of songs are edited here (although tastefully) to fit the format.
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"Bobfest" Madison Square, NYC, NY Oct.16, 1992

Manufacturer / Catalog No.
Kiss The Stone / KTS 129/130  
Nov. 1992

9 stars

Other commercial releases of 30th Tribute
CBS Official Release
Anniversary Concert
Celebration Night
Reference With Friends Vol. 2
When Friends Are Coming

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KTS Review:
This was an amazing title upon release for several reasons. First, it was issued just a few weeks after the event. It's from broadcast recording, so it's in excellent sound quality. This Label was striving to appear legitimate, and they spared no expense in packaging and presentation. Even before the major Labels began using them, this title came in the new slimline double case. The case then slid into a cardboard protective sleeve that was printed with the front and back covers. An 8 panel insert advertised the Label, and their various releases, and included an order form for mail order.
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