Bob Dylan in Seattle, Nov. 10, 1978 – ‘Mr. Tambourine Man,’ Tangled Up In Blue’ — Full 27 Song Show

Bob Dylan and band at Hec Edmondson Pavilion, Seattle, WA Nov 10, 1978:

Published on Aug 20, 2012
Set I
01. Set I Intro
02. My Back Pages (Instrumental)
03. She’s Love Crazy
04. Mr. Tambourine Man
05. Shelter From The Storm
06. It’s All Over Now Baby Blue
07. Tangled Up In Blue
08. Ballad Of A Thin Man
09. Maggie’s Farm
10. I Don’t Believe You
11. Like A Rolling Stones
12. I Shall Be Released
13. Senor

Set II
14. Set II Intro
15. Rainy Day Women #12 & 35
16. It Ain’t Me Babe
17. One More Cup Of Coffee
18. Blowin’ In The Wind
19. Girl From The North Country
20. Where Are You Tonight
21. Masters Of War
22. Just Like A Woman
23. To Ramona
24. All Along The Watchtower
25. All I Really Want To Do
26. Band Introductions
27. It’s Alright Ma (I’m Only Bleeding)
28. Forever Young
29. Changing Of The Guards

Band Members:
Bob Dylan – vocals, guitar
Billy Cross – guitar
Alan Pasqua – keyboards
Steven Soles – rhythm guitar, backing vocals
David Mansfield – violin, mandolin
Steve Douglas – horns
Jerry Scheff – bass
Bobbye Hall – percussion
Ian Wallace – drums
Helena Springs – backing vocals
Jo Ann Harris – backing vocals
Carolyn Dennis – backing vocals

[In August of this year I’ll be publishing my rock ‘n’ roll/ coming-of-age novel, “True Love Scars,” which features a narrator who is obsessed with Bob Dylan. To read the first chapter, head here.

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2 thoughts on “Bob Dylan in Seattle, Nov. 10, 1978 – ‘Mr. Tambourine Man,’ Tangled Up In Blue’ — Full 27 Song Show

  1. Thanks much for posting this excellent concert. This was the band he recorded the Budokan concert with. I saw them at MSG and it was very different than any other time I saw him before. The arrangements were for the most part much different than anyone might have expected.

    I always thought the Budokan (and Street Legal) were great times for Bob. He seemed to be enjoying himself during that time.

  2. I was at this concert way back when. Dylan was setting all time attendance records. The Seattle show was sold out almost immediately. I was a disc jockey in Bellingham. The night before the concert my friend Jack Chunn, the sales manager at KZOK radio in Seattle, called and he gave me two tickets. I think they were free altogether, but for convenience on the way there we had to stop and get them at an Everett hotel. This was an incredible and historic concert. A song missing from the set list is Knocking on Heavens Door. As i recall that was performed as the encore, but it was in the show.

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