BOOTLEG: Columbia Recorded Artist; Review:, This is a nice Wild Wolf release of a fine, rarities-packed show. The recording is very good, albeit a little less defined that some of the very best. The vocal does stand out in front of the rest of the instrumentation, however, which is preferable to some of these shows in which the vocal is buried in the mix.
bittorrent download 10/04; has asymetric wavs limited on the top; in comparison to LB-0005 that one is much clearer sounding; (did not listen to all of this one);
(a bittorrent from 05/07 was an exact eac match on d1t2 described as "Possibly same source as: LB-2135" )
drop/cut between cdrs, end of d1t4, d1t5, d1t7, d2t3, d2t4, d2t7; has some discontinuity pops
Tracks:, Disc one:, Hallelujah, I'm Ready To Go (a)[Lm], Stone Walls And Steel Bars (a), Visions Of Johanna (a), Love Minus Zero/No Limit (a), Tangled Up In Blue (a)[Bh], This World Can't Stand Long (a)[Lm]*, Country Pie, Tell Me That It Isn't True, Tombstone Blues, Disc two:, Queen Jane Approximately, Drifter's Escape [Bh], Leopard-Skin Pill-Box Hat, encore:, House Of The Rising Sun, Like A Rolling Stone, Don't Think Twice, It's All Right (a)[Bh], Rainy Day Women #12 & #35
registered users may add a comment about the quality of this recording version