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Concert # 692 of The Never-Ending Tour
Concert # 26 of the 1995 US Spring Tour
Concert # 52 in 1995
Concert # 236 with the 9th Never-Ending Tour Band:
Bob Dylan (vocals & guitar)
Bucky Baxter (pedal steel guitar & electric slide guitar)
John Jackson (guitar)
Tony Garnier (bass)
Winston Watson (drums & percussion)
7–9, 14 acoustic with the band
7, 14 Bob Dylan harmonica
“On the guitar tonight… I’m not gonna tell you how old he is though, he’s from Memphis, that’ll give you some clue, J.J. Jackson.
On the drums, Winston Watson. I thought this guy was Ice-T when I hired him. Anyway, what does it matter – he’s so good, so I simply didn’t care about it.
Over on the steel guitar and a bunch of other stuff, former mayor of Bluefield, West Virginia, Bucky Baxter. He was a fine looking… fine looking young man when he joined me, he’s got a lot of miles on him now.
On bass guitar tonight, Tony Garnier. I’m not gonna tell you anything about Tony, either. I don’t know anything about him. I know he once tried to milk a cow with a monkey wrench.
Alright, we’re gonna do this one here and get out of here. It’s in A.”
[Band introduction before ‘Unbelievable’]
Some reviews of the show here: https://www.expectingrain.com/dok/set/95/9506/950621.html
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