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Album: Bob Dylan: The 30th Anniversary Concert Celebration
# Song Title   Time
1)    Like a Rolling Stone - John Mellencamp
2)    Leopard-Skin Pill-Box Hat - John Mellencamp
3)    Introduction by Kris Kristofferson - Kris Kristofferson
4)    Blowin' in the Wind - Stevie Wonder
5)    Foot of Pride - Lou Reed
6)    Masters of War - Eddie Vedder/Mike McCready
7)    Times They Are A-Changin', The - Tracy Chapman
8)    It Ain't Me Babe - Johnny Cash/June Carter Cash
9)    What Was It You Wanted? - Willie Nelson
10)    I'll Be Your Baby Tonight - Kris Kristofferson
11)    Highway 61 Revisited - Johnny Winter
12)    Seven Days - Ron Wood
13)    Just Like a Woman - Richie Havens
14)    When the Ship Comes In - The Clancy Brothers/Robbie O'Connell/Tommy Makem
15)    You Ain't Going Nowhere - Mary Chapin Carpenter/Rosanne Cash/Shawn Colvin
1)    Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues - Neil Young
2)    All Along the Watchtower - Neil Young
3)    I Shall Be Released - Chrissie Hynde
4)    Don't Think Twice, It's All Right - Eric Clapton
5)    Emotionally Yours - The O'Jays
6)    When I Paint My Masterpiece - The Band
7)    Absolutely Sweet Marie - George Harrison
8)    License to Kill - Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers
9)    Rainy Day Women #12 & 35 - Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers
10)    Mr. Tambourine Man - Roger McGuinn
11)    It's Alright, Ma (I'm Only Bleeding) - Bob Dylan
12)    My Back Pages - Eric Clapton/Neil Young/Roger McGuinn/Tom Petty/George Harrison/Bob Dylan
13)    Knockin' on Heaven's Door - Bob Dylan
14)    Girl from the North Country - Bob Dylan
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Performer Notes
  • Engineers include: Phil Gitomer, Peter Hefter, Sean McClintock.
  • Recorded at Madison Square Garden, New York, New York. Includes liner notes by David Wild.
  • Neil Young's performance of "All Along The Watchtower" was nominated for a 1994 Grammy Award as "Best Rock Vocal Performance, Solo."
  • Bob Dylan, Roger McGuinn, Tom Petty, Neil Young, Eric Clapton and George Harrison's performance of "My Back Pages" was nominated for a 1994 Grammy Award as "Best Rock Performance By A Duo Or Group With Vocal."
  • A video version of THE 30TH ANNIVERSARY CONCERT CELEBRATION, which contains a few extra tracks, is available on LaserDisc and VHS on Sony Music Videos (49165).
  • THE 30TH ANNIVERSARY CONCERT CELEBRATION documents a special concert given in honor of Bob Dylan's 30th anniversary in the music business. This video includes rehearsal, backstage and interview footage.
  • THE 30TH ANNIVERSARY CONCERT CELEBRATION is available on CD and cassette on Columbia (53230).
  • Tributee: Bob Dylan.
  • Personnel: Bob Dylan (vocals, guitar); Rick Danko (vocals, guitar, electric bass); Chrissie Hynde, Eric Clapton, Jim Weider, Johnny Winter, Kris Kristofferson, Liam Clancy, Lou Reed, Mary Chapin Carpenter, Neil Young, Richie Havens, Robbie O'Connell, Roger McGuinn, Ron Wood, Rosanne Cash, Shawn Colvin, Tom Petty, Tracy Chapman, Willie Nelson, George Harrison (vocals, guitar); Tommy Makem (vocals, banjo); Levon Helm (vocals, mandolin); Stevie Wonder (vocals, harmonica, piano); Paddy Clancy (vocals, harmonica); Randy Ciarlante (vocals, drums); Bobby Clancy (vocals, percussion); Walter Williams , Eddie Levert, Eddie Vedder, Sam Strain, John Mellencamp, Johnny Cash, June Carter Cash (vocals); G.E. Smith (guitar, mandolin); David Grissom, Mike Campbell , Mike McCready, Mike Wanchic, Reggie Young , Steve Cropper, Kerry Marx (guitar); Lisa Germano (violin); Mickey Raphael (harmonica); John Cascella (accordion, keyboards); Garth Hudson, Richard Bell (accordion); Ron Fair (piano); Booker T. Jones III, Al Kooper, Benmont Tench (organ); Anton Fig (drums, percussion); Jim Keltner, Kenny Aronoff (drums); Pat Peterson (percussion, background vocals); Christine Ohlman, Curtis King, Darryl Keith John, Brenda King, Dennis Collins , Sue Medley, Sheryl Crow (background vocals).
  • Audio Mixer: David Thoener.
  • Liner Note Author: David Wild.
  • Recording information: Madison Square Garden, New York, NY (10/16/1992).
  • To commemorate 30 years since the release of Dylan's first Columbia album, a marathon tribute concert was held at New York's Madison Square Garden, with a galaxy of stars and voices from the past taking part. The cumulative effect of this tribute was staggering, revealing just how much truly great Dylan material there is to choose from all of his periods. A firm nucleus of the three surviving members of Booker T. & the MG's, plus G.E. Smith on guitar and Jim Keltner and Anton Fig on drums, anchors the bands, and most of the stars offer fresh slants on songs familiar and obscure. Among the more memorable interpretations are Richie Havens' moving "Just Like a Woman," completely within his style; the Clancy Brothers' fervent conversion of "When the Ship Comes In" to an Irish folk idiom; the swinging, countrified "You Ain't Goin' Nowhere" from Mary Chapin Carpenter, Shawn Colvin, and Rosanne Cash; and a sullen "Masters of War" by Eddie Vedder and Mike McCready on acoustic guitars. Lou Reed went through the bootlegs to come up with the pounding "Foot of Pride," which is perfectly suited to Reed's declamatory style. Eric Clapton shrugs off his diffident manner to deliver one of the most electrifying performances of his life in "Don't Think Twice, It's All Right" -- each guitar lick and vocal cuts angrily to the bone -- and George Harrison makes his first U.S. concert appearance in 18 years with "Absolutely Sweet Marie." Dylan himself appears at the end, wildly improvisational and harshly authentic in voice on "It's Alright, Ma" and "Girl of the North Country." By no means does this box contain the entire concert, though, and while the reason was probably to make the thing fit on two well-packed CDs, some of the deletions are inexplicable. To cite just a few examples, Harrison's "If Not for You" is missing; so are Clapton's "Love Minus Zero, No Limit" and some numbers by Booker T. & the MG's ("Gotta Serve Somebody" and "Lay Lady Lay" are in Stax's Time Is Tight box). Even Dylan's own performance of "Song to Woody" is not here; the booklet pleads "technical problems" but it sounded fine on the live telecast. Nevertheless, enough of the concert is here to suggest its triumph -- and all were reminded that the fountainhead of all of this music was still alive, creative, and unwilling to be consigned to the history books. ~ Richard S. Ginell
Professional Reviews
Rolling Stone (9/16/93, p.72) - 4 Stars - Excellent - " extraordinary tribute....a remarkable moment of rock history and a fitting testimonial to a body of songs so deeply familiar that melodies, images and even turns of phrase have entered our common language..."

Entertainment Weekly (9/17/93, p.90) - "...a streamlined, high-tech extravaganza that does its best to catch the emotional high of the old concert films..." - Rating: B

Q (9/93, p.86) - 3 Stars - Good
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