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Video: Bob Dylan, Neil Young Perform ‘Like A Rolling Stone, ’ ‘Everybody’s Movin’,’ ‘Gates Of Eden’ & More – June 10, 1988

On June 10, 1988, Bob Dylan and his band performed at the Greek Theater, University of California, Berkeley, California.

They were joined by Neil Young on wild electric guitar.

The band consisted of: Bob Dylan (vocal & guitar), Neil Young (guitar), G. E. Smith (guitar), Kenny Aaronson (bass), Christopher Parker (drums).

These first songs are without Neil Young.


“Absolutely Sweet Marie”:

“Tangled Up In Blue”:

Neil Young joins Dylan for these songs except “Rank Strangers To Me”:

“It Takes A Lot To Laugh, It Takes A Train To Cry”:

“In The Garden”:

“Gates Of Eden”:

“Like A Rolling Stone”:

“Rank Strangers To Me”:

“Everybody’s Moving'”:

“Maggie’s Farm”:

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Video: Bob Dylan, Neil Young Cover Late ’50s Rocker, ‘Everybody’s Movin” – June 10, 1988

The other day I did post with tracks from Bob Dylan’s show at the Greek Theater In Berkeley on June 10, 1988.

Neil Young joined Dylan for some songs.

This version of the late ’50d Glen Glenn non-hit, “Everybody’s Movin’,” is really cool.

Glen Glenn’s original:

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