2gen, From cassettes (received in trade, 1993 -- 2nd generation). On all of the LB tapes, just before the beginning of Love You Too Much (track 12 of the LBs which start from the beginning of the show), Bob says "We're gonna take a break here," and then a VERY foreground guy yells, "No, no!" That chatter is not present on my cassette, so by THAT point in the show, this is a different recording. The LB tapes which start from the beginning of the show also all switch sources near the beginning of Shelter (song 4); based on the crowd before My Back Pages (song 1), I believe this (complete) recording comes from the same source as those first three songs on the LB tapes, although it sounds quite different., FIRST SHARED: 2017-11-07, WHAT I DID: Cassette > WAV > Sound Forge (split into tracks) > FLAC > MP3tag (tagging), All thanks to the original taper, and to the guy who sent me the cassette.
bittorrent download 11/17; cdr split not specified; this seems to be same recording on t1 to t3 as LB-0594 based on same crowd yelling and talking; In comparison on t2 this has a fuller sound; this is different recording than LB-0594 based on different crowd at beginning of t5; in comparison on t6 that has a fuller clearer more upfront sound; this has last song missing from that; (did not listen to all of this)
01 My Back Pages (instrumental), 02 I'm Ready, 03 Is Your Love In Vain?, 04 Shelter From The Storm, 05 It's All Over Now, Baby Blue, 06 Girl From The North Country, 07 Ballad Of A Thin Man, 08 Maggie's Farm, 09 I Don't Believe You (She Acts Like We Never Have Met), 10 Like A Rolling Stone (2 breaks), 11 I Shall Be Released, 12 Love You Too Much, 13 Going, Going, Gone, 14 One Of Us Must Know (Sooner Or Later), 15 It Ain't Me, Babe, 16 Am I Your Stepchild?, 17 One More Cup Of Coffee (Valley Below), 18 Blowin' In The Wind, 19 I Want You, 20 Senor (Tales Of Yankee Power), 21 Masters Of War, 22 Just Like A Woman, 23 Baby Stop Crying, 24 All Along The Watchtower, 25 All I Really Want To Do, 26 It's Alright, Ma (I'm Only Bleeding), 27 Forever Young, 28 Changing Of The Guards