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Live Good As I Been To You in London, 1993

Tomorrow Night (Sam Coslow and Will Grosz) & Jim Jones (Traditional Australian folk ballad) live in London on the 7th of February, 1993.

Sit down and enjoy a treat of two songs from Bob Dylan’s album, ‘Good As I Been To You’, which was first acoustic album Bob had released since 1964.

Click here to buy ‘Good As I Been To You’ from Amazon.


Full Show – Bob Dylan: March 21, 2001 in Melbourne, Australia.

Hi everyone,

It’s been so long since my last post here.

Since then I started DylanTube.com – it got shut down – then another bloke took it over and he got shut down too.

Originally – my idea was to make a space to share Bob Dylan videos and discuss them away from YouTube – where the comments section was a junk pile.

Anyway – here’s a new post. My first Bob Dylan concert. Dad dragged me along – I didn’t really like Bob that much at the time. I was about 14.

My family and I were a fair way back at Rod Laver stadium in Melbourne. When I saw that little guy down there start playing ‘Don’t Think Twice it’s All Right’ (https://youtu.be/-ZqgoNXiC1o?t=31m16s), a song of his I liked at the time, my heart melted. It was a life changing moment for me and I’ve never been the same since.

Enjoy!! Bob and the boys were in fine form in 2001!


Dignity Live in Sheffield, 2000

If you don’t want to feel the hairs on the back of neck stand up – DON”T WATCH THIS!

Great video of a great performance of a great song here.
I never really got into this song as much until I heard the outtake on Tell Tale Signs. I can tell Bob really respects this song, which would be one of the reasons he left it alone when he released Oh Mercy.

I’ve said it before on DylanTube and I’ll say it again. Bob Dylan in 2000-2001 kicks ass. I believe it is a peak in his live career. I love his cruised out approach to delivering songs, the way he holds his fender stratocaster, the way he looks in general. In my opinion this would be one of his best band combinations also. Charlie Sexton, Larry Campbell, Tony Garnier and David Kemper – there is some good chemistry with them and they helped Bob rise in a big way.

Bob does a pretty good lead solo at ’round about the 3 minute mark and Tony’s bass playing is pretty punchy indeed.

Enjoy this one friends and don’t be afraid to leave your own comment.

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Welcome to DylanTube

This is my first post.

If you are into Bob Dylan you should definetly check this blog out from time to time as I will be regularly adding all the great Bob Dylan videos I have hand picked from YouTube.

If you are not into Bob Dylan it is probably because you haven’t heard of him, you have only heard one or two songs and haven’t really taken much notice, or you have heard a reasonable amount of his music but just don’t get it or like it at all.

For the people who haven’t heard much of this guy this is a great way to get to know Dylan. For the people who don’t like him at all may find a liking for another side of Dylan. He has shown many over time.

Enjoy and don’t be afraid to comment and share your views and opinions.

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