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Subterranean Philadelphia Blues
source: 7/6/88
Side one: 

Subterranean homesick blues 
Just like a woman 
Highway 61 revisited 
It's all over now, Baby blue 
I'll be your Baby Tonight 
Gotta serve somebody 
Love - 0/no limit 

Side two: 
Trail of the Buffalo 
I shall be released 
Like a rolling stone 
The Times 
Maggie's farm
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Front Cover
Back Cover
Information: © 1999 Craig Pinkerton Bobsboots.com
Here is a 1989 USA piece from a conglomerate of  interrelated Labels that I collectively refer to as "East Coast" the cover says 'Chance Records'.  The label is a reproduction of the old Chicago based Label Chance 
records.  However, This conglomerate usually changed Label names Every time they issued a piece. One way to spot them is by the label. It is most usually a repro of the old blues or R&B labels that were the favorite collectible items of the mastermind behind the releases. This one is a super nice full printed label. Anti-static inner sleeve.  Nice cover photos of promo shots of Bob. The back cover has track listing and venue, as well. The main problem with the cover (front and back) is that they are simply paper glue-ons. Some tend to wrinkle or bubble a bit. The front cover says 7-5-88, but the venue is the Man Music Center, Philadelphia, PA July 6 1988. Two songs from the show that were omitted from the LP due to overall length of the recordings are 'Hard Rain' & "To Ramona' 
© 1999 Craig Pinkerton Bobsboots.com
 5 stars      NMP25 
© 1999 Craig Pinkerton Bobsboots.com
Matrix:  BD 88 - 2
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