ROLLING THUNDER REVUE
Flashback 01.94.0225 2CD [T-335]
Warehouse (New Orleans, LA); May 3, 1976
Tracklist: I Love My Music, Flint Hill Special, Werewolves Of London, Rollin' Across The USA, Dear Abbie, Asshole From El Paso [Revue]; Mr Tambourine Man, Love Minus Zero; Vincent Van Gogh [w/Bobby Neuwirth]; Maggie's Farm, Mozambique; Eight Miles High, Jolly Roger, Lover Of The Bayou, Chestnut Mare [Roger McGuinn]; Do Right Woman, Gonna Build A Brand New World, Love Song To A Stranger Part II, The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down, Sweeter For Me, Dancing In The Streets, Diamonds And Rust [Joan Baez]; Railroad Boy, I Pity The Poor Immigrant [w/Joan Baez]; Shelter From The Storm, Memphis Blues Again, Rita May, Lay Lady Lay, Idiot Wind; Knockin' On Heaven's Door [w/Roger McGuinn]; Gotta Travel On [ensemble]
rmd: Very good quality soundboard, though not as good as the best from 1975-76. It's great to hear the non-Dylan performances from the show; you get a better sense of the Revue's total impact,
which ranges from juvenile to sublime, rather than just getting Dylan's performances in isolation.
rmd: One of the best sounding bootlegs I have ever heard. Easily the best sounding Rolling Thunder Revue soundboard. The performance is better than any other 1976 show I have heard. The
definitive 1976 Rolling Thunder document.