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We Hear You Knockin'
source:  Live at the E-Center 

Disc one
Dylan Intro
Somebody Touched Me (a) [CL] (trad.)
Mr. Tambourine Man (a) [Bh]
Masters Of War (a)
Love Minus Zero/No Limit (a) [Lp]
Joke #1
Tangled Up In Blue (a) [Bh]
All Along The Watchtower
Joke #2
Make You Feel My Love
Stuck Inside Of Mobile
Not Dark Yet
Band Intro
Disc two
Highway 61 Revisited [Ls]
Like A Rolling Stone
It Ain't Me, Babe (a) [Bh]
Not Fade Away (N. Petty/Charles Hardin)
The Sounds Of Silence [Bd / Bh]
That'll Be The Day/The Wanderer [Bd]
Knockin' On Heaven's Door [Bd / CL]
This new Thinman title presents one of the thirty or so concerts of the Dylan / Paul Simon tour of Summer 1999. The front cover is nice and apealing enough, while the back is just a little busy with the typeset over a full color photo. This is not quite the sound quality of the first two Thinman releases in this seires, but don't let that bother you in the least. It still grabs nine stars. The audience is just a little more energetic. The opening song is strong and up front and gets the show off to a good start. Not Dark Yet is perhaps the highlight of the entire set. It's dark, brooding, and delicate. The bonus tracks are from the beginning of Paul Simon's set from the same show. Dylan sits in on the first three songs of the set.
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Blockbuster-Sony Music Entertainment Center Camden, New Jersey July 17, 1999

Manufacturer / Catalog No.
Thinman / 064/065

Released:  August 2008

Quality:  9 stars

Bob's Boots ref  #  BB-w48

Thanks to Keith Schweiger for scans
  (a) - acoustic
[Bd] -Duet with Paul Simon
[Bh] -Bob on harp
[Lp] -Larry on pedal steel
[Ls] - Larry on slide guitar
[CL] - Charlie and Larry on backing vocals

Joke #1   We’ll play another love song right now for everyone. It’s a love song, we just love to play.

Joke #2  We’re gonna play a song right now, number one on the country charts by my buddy Garth Brooks. Anyway, I wrote this song about my ex-wife and I had to get it out of my system, so I’ve written this song for her. My ex-wife left me again tonight. She was a tennis player and love means nothing to her.
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