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Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Bob Dylan - Rome, Italy (11/01/03)

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Bob Dylan
Roma Palaeur
Rome, Italy
1 November 2003

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101. Intro
102. To Be Alone With You
103. It’s All Over Now, Baby Blue
104. Cry A While
105. The Lonesome Death Of Hattie Carroll
106. It’s Alright, Ma (I’m Only Bleeding)
107. Mr. Tambourine Man
108. Man In The Long Black Coat
109. Tweedle Dee & Tweedle Dum
110. Love Minus Zero/No Limit

201. Highway 61 Revisited
202. Every Grain Of Sand
203. Honest With Me
204. Don’t Think Twice, It’s All Right
205. Summer Days
206. Cat’s In The Well
207. Like A Rolling Stone
208. Bandintro
209. All Along The Watchtower

thanks for the recording Mr. Schubert!

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Olov says:

Concert # 1572 of The Never-Ending Tour.
Concert # 17 of the 2003 Europe Fall Tour.
2003 concert # 82.
Concert # 71 with the 16th Never-Ending

Tour Band:
Bob Dylan (vocal & piano),
Freddie Koella (guitar),
Larry Campbell (guitar, mandolin, pedal steel guitar & electric slide guitar),
Tony Garnier (bass),
George Recile (drums & percussion).

2, 4-6, 9, 13 acoustic with the band.
3, 6, 13 Bob Dylan (harmonica).
5 Larry Campbell (cittern).
2 Larry Campbell (pedal steel guitar).
12 Larry Campbell (slide guitar).

Notes.

LB-numbers for this concert: LB-1295, LB-1405, LB-1407, LB-1448.

2 new songs (11%) compared to previous concert.
No new songs for this tour.

Stereo audience recording, 120 minutes.
Session info updated 27 May 2009.

recording by schubert
Neumann SKM140 / Neumann BS48i-2 / Sony TDC-D100
off master / edited in wavelab 4.01b / ‘no DAE’ /
no soundmastering

8 Responses to “Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Bob Dylan - Rome, Italy (11/01/03)”

  1. DylanDave Says:

    Cheers Mat, can’t remember much about this particular one, only ever had as a grubby little mp3. Like a lucky dip this tour, no clue what u r gonna get fro night to night (apart from the growl and Freddie’s fab guitar of course)

    I’ll try to gt the Berlin RAR uploaded

  2. Tony Says:

    Yeah, it’s a shame Freddie didn’t stick around longer.
    I loved his playing as well. These European and UK dates
    from late 2003 definitely have their moments.

    Thanks Mat.

  3. Tony Says:

    If it’s alright Ma, I’ll move this question over to a current posting.

    It’s Alright Ma, I’m only wondering….

    Was listening to Cardiff 2002 the other day. Had forgotten how good
    It’s Alright was in the arrangements from around this time… or could
    be rather.

    Got me thinking which are the best performances from 2000 to 2005
    of this song?? (Pref uk).

    Candidates should:-

    a) not feature the crowd clapping along ;)
    b) feature Bob remembering the words, or most of them

    As a side issue: which year featured the arrangement where the band
    hold back for the verses but then put out a very heavy, low down blues riff on the instrumental breaks?

    I thought it was 2002 but it wasn’t.

    Suggestions welcome!

  4. Grant Says:

    Awesome, thanks for this Mat!

    I too LURV the Freddy Koella period of Dylan’s NET… great guitarist!!

  5. Howlin Jim Says:

    Tony not sure if the recording you are thinking of but there was an all electric version of “Its Alright Ma” from 2007 with Denny, Stu and Bob all on electric guitars, early 2007 had some top notch moments, cheers very much for this show!

  6. Tony Says:

    Thanks Jim for the suggestion.
    2007 is past my Bob Bedtime (which is 2005) but I’ll try and check it out.
    He’s always capable of throwing out surprises after all.

    Eg, the new arrangement of Maggies Farm in 2006. Never cared for that song
    in live performance. It works brilliantly on the original LP, and that’s enough for
    me (unusually). But the 2006 (minor key?) version is a real killer.

    To answer my own question. It was the 2005 version of Alright Ma that I was
    thinking of - fantastic low down blues. Brixton 2005, second night seems to
    be a good version.

  7. DylanDave Says:

    Thousand Highways is currently covering the Brixton ‘05 residency. I was there and have had all the excellent Crystal Catr recs for a while. Really don’t understand the fuss about these gigs. Bob had a relatively high profile in a wider context at the time and i remember all the hype about theatre shows etc, but really these performances are just average really, nothing compared to Hammersmith ‘90 or even Prague ‘95. In fact I found some of the arrangements to be rather sterile and plain quite frankly.
    Of course there are very good moments, but then again there always are very good moments
    Incidentally I seem to remember a very good performance of ‘Alright Ma’ at the second Wembley night of 2000. Hugely underrated those Wembley gigs and gorgeous sounding boots from Cry Cat, even better than many of the other wonderful Cry Cats from that excellent tour

  8. DylanDave Says:

    sorry was 1st night at wembley, 5 October 2000 - Both nights were stunning anyway IMO

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