New video for you today, and from 2018! The seventh and final show at the Beacon Theatre, the penultimate of the year, a few hours after it happened. This is the 41st concert of the 2018 US Fall Tour and the 83rd of the year. Another beautiful performance, with It Takes A Lot To Laugh, It Takes A Train To Cry still in the set! Thanks to SFY for recording this show and sharing it so fast.
This year we are marking the 30th anniversary of the Never Ending Tour, Bob constant touring around the world since Concord, CA, June 7th 1988. In 30 years, Bob radically changed his style and voice multiple times, releasing 14 studio albums (from Down In The Groove to Triplicate), and playing almost 3000 concerts.
Bob is ending his seven nights run at the Beacon Theatre, and singing some of his best performances he ever gave.
The seventh and last show at the Beacon is incredible, with Bob at the top of his game, proving that after all these years, he’s still one of the best around. It Takes A Lot To Laugh It Takes A Train To Cry, after a drop from the set for a couple of months, has reappeared and is excellent. Like always, Bob is reworking his own repertoire to great length, keeping things interesting and he never sounded as good as right now. Everything on here is perfect. I hope you will like it too.
Here is the setlist
1. Things Have Changed 00:34
2. It Ain’t Me, Babe 05:30
3. Highway 61 Revisited 09:50
4. Simple Twist Of Fate 14:39
5. Cry A While 20:15
6. When I Paint My Masterpiece 24:52
7. Honest With Me 31:08
8. Tryin’ To Get To Heaven 36:20
9. Scarlet Town 40:41
10. Make You Feel My Love 46:25
11. Pay In Blood 51:00
12. Like A Rolling Stone 55:43
13. Early Roman Kings 1:03:04
14. Don’t Think Twice, It’s All Right 1:08:43
15. Love Sick 1:15:31
16. Thunder On The Mountain 1:20:45
17. Soon After Midnight 1:27:51
18. Gotta Serve Somebody 1:32:27
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Credits to boblinks.com for the informations and for their reviews. The first picture is the official poster for the tour.
My next videos will be a mix of 1993 shows and onwards, and of course the usual new 2018 shows. I will continue to work on the next volumes of Blood On The Tracks live.
As always, if you have more requests for shows or sessions you’d like to hear, send me a message or leave a comment below.