| BOB DYLAN: LIVE IN COLORADO 1976 - IMM940417
The mighty Bob Dylan, captured live in concert during one of his most fertile periods – the Rolling Thunder Revue. This Colorado concert from May of 1976 was performed at the tail end of that legendary Rolling Thunder phenomenon and gives us an intimate look at Bob and the ragtag assortment of brilliant musical talent he’d assembled to take a unique musical journey
From its opening, with a fervent rendition of “Hard Rain” – featuring among others the great Roger McGuinn – through a poignant folk set featuring duets by Bob and his erstwhile singing partner Joan Baez, into some hard-rocking renditions of great Dylan classics, the concert delivers on every level.
With contributions not only from McGuinn but also from the “Desire” crew of bassist Rob Stoner, drummer Howie Wyeth, and fiddler Scarlet Rivera, we hear fascinating arrangements of songs like “Shelter From The Storm,” “One Too Many Mornings,” “Idiot Wind,” “A Hard Rain’s A-Gonna Fall,” “Maggie’s Farm,” and many others. A beautiful show from one of the greatest rock tours ever conceived.
1. A Hard Rain’s A-Gonna Fall
2. Blowin’ In The Wind (duet with Joan Baez)
3. Railroad Boy (duet with Joan Baez)
4. Plane Wreck At Los Gatos (duet with Joan Baez)
5. I Pity The Poor Immigrant (duet with Joan Baez)
6. Shelter From The Storm
7. Maggie’s Farm
8. One Too Many Mornings
10. Idiot Wind