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Rich For Poor
source:  Buffalo, NY '86 Broadcast

Disc one
So Long Good Luck & Goodbye (Rogers)
Positively Fourth Street
Clean-Cut Kid
Emotionally Yours
Trust Yourself
We Had It All (Fritts & Seals)
Masters Of War
Straight Into Darkness
One Of These Days
The Waiting
Disc two
To Ramona
One Too Many Mornings
Hard Rain
I Forgot More Than You'll Ever Know (Null)
Band Of The Hand
When The Night Comes Falling
Lonesome Town (B. Knight)
Ballad Of A Thin Man
Bye Bye Johnny
The Losing
Spike, Refugee 
Rainy Day Women #12 & 35
Seeing The Real You At Last
Across The Borderline (Ry Cooder, et al)
* Thank God (F. Rose)

Other Commercial releases of July 4:
Farm Aid 1986

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Rich Stadium, Buffalo, NY  July 4, 1986  except:
*Chabad Telethon segment, Mt. View, CA  8/05/86 
Manufacturer / Catalog No.
Rambling Cowboy BUF - 689145 
Released:  1995
Quality:  9 stars
Bob's Boots ref  #  BB-r13

This is yet another incredible quality recording from the 1986 Dylan/Petty tour. It represents about three fourths of the Dylan portion of the show,...  and the Petty material. The Dylan songs not on the set are the final six performed: 'I & I', 'Like A Rolling Stone', 'In The Garden', 'Blowin' In The Wind', 'Uranium Rock', & 'Knockin' On Heaven's Door'. They have just this year (2001) been released on silver. Petty shares vocals on the Cecil Null song. On 'Rainy Day Women', Howie Epstien plays slide, and Petty moves to bass guitar. The Heartbreakers are as tight and well oiled as always. Portions of the show were broadcast live via satellite for 'Farm-Aid II' on the VH1 network, as well as simulcast over FM radio. The package photos and graphics are particularly nice, although more venue information could have been added. A very worth-while effort.
© 2001 CD Pinkerton -
© 2001 CD Pinkerton -