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When Friends Are Coming
source:  30th Anniversary Concert

Disc one
Like A Rolling Stone John Mellencamp
Leopardskin Pillbox Hat John Mellencamp
Introduction - Kris Kristofferson
Blowin' In The Wind Stevie Wonder
Wanted Man George Thorogood
I Want You Sophie B. Hawkins
Foot Of Pride Lou Reed
Masters Of War Eddie Vedder & Mike McCready
The Times Tracy Chapman
It Ain't Me Babe Johnny Cash & June Carter Cash
What Was It You Wanted Willie Nelson
I'll Be Your Baby Tonight Kris Kristofferson
Highway 61 Revisited Johnny Winter
Seven Days Ron Wood
Disc two
Just Like A Woman Richie Havens
When The Ship Comes In The Clancy Brothers
War Sinead O'conner
Like Tom Thumb's Blues Neil Young
All Along The Watchtower Neil Young
I Shall Be Released Chrissie Hynde
Love - 0/No Limit Eric Clapton
Don't Think Twice, It's Alright Eric Clapton
Emotionally Yours The O'Jays
When I Paint My Masterpiece The Band
You Ain't Goin' Nowhere  Carpenter/ Cash/ Colvin
Disc three
If Not For You George Harrison
Absolutely Sweet Marie George Harrison
License To Kill Tom Petty
Rainy Day Women #12 & 35 Tom Petty
Mr. Tambourine Man Roger McGuinn
Song To Woody Bob Dylan
It's Alright, Ma (I'm Only Bleeding) Bob Dylan
My Back Pages 
Dylan/ McGuinn/ Petty/ Young/ Clapton/  Harrison
Knockin' On Heaven's Door Dylan & All Star Band
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Thanks to Jean Schrijen for scans
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Thanks to Bart van den Hoogenhoff for preliminary scans
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"Bobfest" Madison Square, NYC, NY Oct.16, 1992

Manufacturer / Catalog No.
 Various Artists 005/006/007
Released:  1992
Other commercial releases of 30th Tribute
CBS Official Release
Anniversary Concert
Celebration Night
Reference With Friends Vol. 2
In The Garden
Quality:  9 stars

Bob's Boots ref  #  BB-w18

Somewhat exciting at release, this is now only a mildly interesting foot note. With the official release becoming available on August 24, 1993, it also becomes a pirate. The cover is generic, boring, and non-Dylan. The recording is great, but not up to the official one. There were a few songs (highlighted) that didn't make the official release. Most notably "Song To Woody". There was also some studio re-recording done, and, obviously, remixing; so some songs have a different sound. If you already own the official release, want to be a completeist, and have lots of extra cash to throw around, You might enjoy playing this through one time, anyway.
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