BOB & JERRY
BAJ 1 3CD [T-034]
(1) Robert F. Kennedy Stadium (Washington, DC); June 25, 1995
(2) Warfield Theater (San Francisco, CA); November 16, 1980
Tracklist: (1) Drifter's Escape, Watching The River Flow, All
Along The Watchtower, Simple Twist Of Fate, Silvio, Mama You Been
On My Mind, Desolation Row, One Too Many Mornings, Maggie's Farm,
What Good Am I, Like A Rolling Stone, It Takes A Lot To Laugh,
Rainy Day Women #12 & 35
(2) Gotta Serve Somebody, I Believe In You, Like A Rolling Stone,
Keep On Falling In Love, Man Gave Names To All The Animals, To
Ramona, Walking Around Heaven All Day, Abraham Martin And John,
Let's Keep It Between Us, Mary From The Wild Moor, Covenant Woman,
Solid Rock, Just Like A Woman, Seņor, Simple Twist Of Fate,
The Groom's Still Waiting At The Altar
NOTE: Although the 1980 recording is described as "complete" and as an audience recording in both comments cited here, the reported tracklist is clearly incomplete (and includes only songs found on the line recording). This set probably includes a complete audience recording of Dylan's performances (such as that which may be found on Nov 16 1980 San Francisco) as well as the songs from Carolyn Dennis and Regina Havis included in this listing.
DEEP: An attempt to package Jerry's first and last
appearances with Bob in one set. The RFK show has been released
elsewhere, so all I'll add is that the quality here is even better,
the sound being a tad crisper and brighter on the high ends w/a bit
less of an audience recording feel. The other half presents the
whole show from the Warfield, Jerry's first guest appearance w/Bob.
It's an average audience recording with the sound a bit hollow and
flat, though listenable. I don't think this will see much time in
my player, since half of this show is available as a soundboard in
damned good quality and includes all of Garcia's guest slot. Still,
a nice document to have and the only place to get the '80 show in
its entirety. Once again, too, the RFK is special.
CDG: The 1995 show is in wonderful sound quality. The 1980
one is just decent, though I prefer this complete audience tape to
the incomplete soundboard that is more commonly available.