JUNE 16, 1998
1. LEOPARD-SKIN PILL-BOX HAT
2. SEÑOR (TALES OF YANKEE POWER)
3. COLD IRONS BOUND
4. UNDER THE RED SKY
6. TO RAMONA @
7. BALLAD OF HOLLIS BROWN @
8. THE LONESOME DEATH OF HATTIE CARROLL @
9. TANGLED UP IN BLUE @
10. CAN'T WAIT
11. SHE BELONGS TO ME
12. BLIND WILLIE MCTELL
13. 'TIL I FELL IN LOVE WITH YOU
14. IT AIN'T ME, BABE @
15. LOVE SICK
16. RAINY DAY WOMEN # 12 & 35
17. BLOWIN' IN THE WIND @
Two days later we saw an equally good show,
sitting down this time. We got to hear
(our fifth) “SENOR” and our second
“UNDER THE RED SKY”.
The first peak of the show however was
“THE LONESOME DEATH OF HATTIE CARROLL”,
a song I was waiting for for a long time.
It was no surprise, as we had heard the band
practice it during the soundcheck in Bremen,
as we strolled around behind the hall.
The second even higher peak hit me unexpectedly.
Bob performed a sublime “BLIND WILLIE MCTELL”,
which was not even listed on the cue sheet. “Well,
God is in His heaven and we all want what's His.”