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Just The Girls
source: West Germany,  June 13, 1984

Disc one
Highway 61 Revisited
All Along The Watchtower
Just Like A Woman
Maggie's Farm
I and I
License To Kill
Tangled Up In Blue (solo-acoustic)
Just My Imagination (Greg Sutton) (Not Listed)
It Ain't Me Babe (Listed, but does not appear)
It's Alright Ma (solo-acoustic)
It's All Over Now Baby Blue
Disc two
Masters Of War
Ballad Of A Thin Man
Man Of Peace
Every Grain Of Sand
Like A Rolling Stone
Don't Think Twice (solo-acoustic)
Girl Of the North Country (solo-acoustic)
Lonesome Death of H.Carroll (solo-acoustic)
Tombstone Blues (w/Carlos Santana)
Blowin' In The Wind (w/Carlos Santana)
This is a fair release, but by no means a required listen. Sounds like all the other 1984 shows. Although crisp, it's thin sounding and needs an EQ to get a good, warm feel. The major faux pas on this title is that It Ain't Me Babe was left off. There is no reason for this, as both discs are only an hour in length. To make things worse, the Gregg Sutton song is included. Other than this oversight, The full Dylan portion of the show is represented. This is a relatively rare release, being manufactured in a quantity of only 325 pieces. Watchtower simultaneously released four small quantity double sets in 1997. The other three titles are Best Wishes, Dallas, Texas,  & On A Night Like This. The titles all use the same lackluster packaging. The fronts are all identical except for the small title. All of them have information mistakes. All silver discs are generic as well, with a full painted black face and a WTP logo and disc title in white. Each set is housed in a double thick jewel box.
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Waldbühne, West Berlin, Germany  June 13, 1984

Manufacturer / Catalog No.
Watchtower   /  WTP 007/8 


7 stars

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