RARE AUDIO: Bob Dylan & Jerry Garcia – “Let’s Keep It Between Us” Warfield, San Francisco,  November 16th 1980 



Bob Dylan & Jerry Garcia
– “Let’s Keep It Between Us”
Warfield, San Francisco,  
November 16th 1980 

Serve Somebody 0:00
I Believe In You 5:10
Like A Rolling Stone 9:50
Man Gave Names To All The Animals 15:39
Ramona*  21:19
Can We Keep It Between Us*  26:38
Convenant Woman*  31:03
Senor*  37:30
Simple Twist Of Fate* 41:54
The Groom’s Still Waiting At The Altar*  46:40

* Jerry Garcia on Lead Guitar

BACK IN THE DAZE DEPT: Bob Dylan plays guitar with the Grateful Dead, LA Forum, February 12 1989

BACK IN THE DAZE DEPT: Bob Dylan plays guitar with the Grateful Dead, LA Forum, February 12 1989



Bob Dylan w the Grateful Dead at the Los Angeles Forum 2-12-1989, photo ???? by Ebb Eskew

Bob Dylan w the Grateful Dead at the Los Angeles Forum 2-12-1989, photo ???? by Ebb Eskew

Photo ???? by Ebb Eskew (and thanks Ebb for reminding me this show was today!)

Grateful Dead Live at Great Western LA Forum on 1989-02-12

The thing was, Bob Dylan* just sat in with the Grateful Dead on this particular February night in Los Angeles, and he just played guitar, and hung out. Except for during “Stuck Inside of Mobile With The Memphis Blues Again“, which Bob Weir sang, and at one point in the Dylan penned song he asked Dylan to “…jump right in” ~ And he does, after a short hesitation, finishing the verse.

Now the rainman gave me two cures
Then he said, “Jump right in”
The one was Texas medicine
The other was just railroad gin
An’ like a fool I mixed them
An’ it strangled up my mind
An’ now people just get uglier
An’ I have no sense of time
Oh, Mama, can this really be the end
To be stuck inside of Mobile
With the Memphis blues again

He also got the Grateful Dead to play the rare “Monkey and the Engineer” for the first time in 17 years, and what is possibly the only full electric version:

This was one of my favorite Grateful Dead shows in my personal “early period”, though seasoned heads at the time had mixed views about it. Of special note, they had Spencer Davis** sit in during the first set, for “How Long Blues” and “Gimme Some Lovin’“. So glad I made it! A very rare and different night of Grateful Dead!

Cold Rain & Snow
Hell In A Bucket
Row Jimmy
Beat It On Down The Line
Promised Land
West L.A. Fadeaway
How Long Blues**
Gimme Some Lovin’**

Iko Iko*
Monkey & The Engineer*
Alabama Getaway*
Dire Wolf*
Cassidy*
Stuck Inside of Mobile With The Memphis Blues Again 
Drums->
The Other One->
Stella Blue->
Foolish Heart

E: Not Fade Away*,
E: Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door*

Full show video ????

Bob Dylan- “Tangled Up In Blue” Greek Theatre Berkeley 6/9/16



Bob Dylan-
“Tangled Up In Blue”
Greek Theatre, Berkeley
6/9/16


Dylan’s newest arrangement of one of his classic songs is rather different, though once you get it’s groove, it works well with his current approach and style.

From Wikipedia:
“Tangled Up in Blue” is a song by Bob Dylan. It appeared on his album Blood on the Tracks in 1975. Released as a single, it reached #31 on the Billboard Hot 100.

The Telegraph
“The most dazzling lyric ever written, an abstract narrative of relationships told in an amorphous blend of first and third person, rolling past, present and future together, spilling out in tripping cadences and audacious internal rhymes, ripe with sharply turned images and observations and filled with a painfully desperate longing.”

Official version:

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