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Flashback 0255 3CD [T-458]

(1) Shoreline Amphitheater (Mountain View, CA); August 5, 1986
(2) Red Rocks (Morrison, CO); July 26, 1986
(3) Forum (Inglewood, CA); August 3, 1986
(4) Performing Arts Center (Saratoga Springs, NY); July 13, 1986

Tracklist: (1) Shake A Hand, Positively Fourth Street, Clean Cut Kid, I'll Remember You, Shot Of Love, We Had It All, Masters Of War; Listen To Her Heart, Straight Into Darkness, The Waiting, Breakdown; It Ain't Me Babe, One Too Many Mornings, Hard Rain's A-Gonna Fall, I Forgot More Than You'll Ever Know, Band Of The Hand, When The Night Comes Falling, Lonesome Town, Ballad Of A Thin Man; Even the Losers, Spike, Tonight Will Be My Night, Caress Me Babe; Rainy Day Women #12 & 35, Across The Borderline, I And I; Good Rockin' Mama [John Lee Hooker]; Like A Rolling Stone, In The Garden, Blowin' In The Wind, Uranium Rock
(2) Seeing The Real You At Last, Knockin' On Heaven's Door, Refugee
(3) Bye Bye Johnny; Gotta Serve Somebody
(4) Unchain My Heart, Mr. Tambourine Man, To Ramona, Union Sundown, House Of The Rising Sun

DEEP: Very nice soundboard recording of a complete Dylan (23 tracks)/Petty (8 tracks) show. Not up to the soundboard standard of Marseilles '93, mind you, but very good nonetheless. I favor the acoustic and mid-tempo performances from this show; the rocking songs Bob speeds through as if a 33rpm played at 45. The excellent keyboard work by Benmont Tench is a highlight. Let me also add that I find Mike Campbell to be a very distinctive guitar player and one who "did right" by the songs with his playing. The bonus trax are from audience sources, with no duplication from the Shoreline show. Quality is decent, though by no means great. Well worth picking up. The packaging, to be blunt, sucks.

rmd: Sound quality is substandard. (Masato Kato).