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Bob Dylan - Avignon album FLAC

  • Performer: Bob Dylan
  • Title: Avignon
  • Size FLAC ver: 1373 mb
  • Date of release: 1995
  • Other formats: ADX XM AHX AAC AU APE MMF
  • Genre: Rock
  • Rating: 4.4 of 5
Bob Dylan - Avignon album FLAC
Bob Dylan - Avignon album FLAC


1-1 Saved
1-2 I Believe In You
1-3 Like A Rolling Stone
1-4 'Till I Get It Right
1-5 Man Gave Names To All The Animals
1-6 Maggie's Farm
1-7 Girl Of The North Country
1-8 Ballad Of A Thin Man
1-9 In The Summertime
1-10 Shot Of Love
1-11 Walk Around Heaven
1-12 The Times They Are A-Changin'
1-13 Let's Begin
1-14 Lenny Bruce
2-1 Slow Train
2-2 Solid Rock
2-3 Just Like A Woman
2-4 Saved By Grace
2-5 Watered Down Love
2-6 Jesus Is The One
2-7 Heart Of Mine
2-8 When You Gonna Wake Up?
2-9 Forever Young
2-10 In The Garden
2-11 Blowin' In The Wind
2-12 It Ain't Me Babe
2-13 Knockin' On Heaven's Door


Palais Des Sports Avignon, France July 25, 1981
Comments (1)

From bobsboots.com: Great 2 CD set. This contains the complete circulating soundboard tape, missing some of the girls' material, and Dylan's Mr Tambourine Man, the opening Saved and an instrumental jam. This final night of the European tour was marred by tragedy. A concert goer fell into the power grid and was electrocuted. All power was lost at the end of Slow Train, and Dylan and the band improvised acoustic songs on stage until it was restored. The tragedy multiplied when, emerged into darkness, another girl died after falling from a retaining wall. The show must go on, and so it does. And what a show it is. Dylan is focused and powerful. A fantastic effort from all, and the soundboard recordings are near perfect. Bob is on fire. The old standards are attacked with the same fervor and alternate phrasing that he uses on the gospel songs, and the result is incredible. One exception is Girl Of The North Country. Bob sings it beautifully, but the band flounders like a bunch of amateurs. They should have let him do it acoustically. * Bob doesn't sing on these. ** Used in a 1985 20/20 broadcast, and in the official 1990 video release 'John Hammond: From Bessie Smith to Bruce Springsteen'.

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