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4.9 (53 votes)
DVDylan ID: D361
Recording type: ProShot
Professionally made commercial bootleg, two DVD set
Also known as "Rolling Thunder Anthology" (Watchdog)
Two differently-authored versions are in circulation

DISK ONE

(1) Hard Rain (52 mins)

- A Hard Rain's A-Gonna Fall
- Blowin' In The Wind
- Railroad Boy
- Deportees
- I Pity The Poor Immigrant
- Shelter From The Storm
- Maggie's Farm
- One Too Many Mornings
- Mozambique
- Idiot Wind
- Knockin' On Heaven's Door

(2) Clearwater (54 mins)

- Mr Tambourine Man
- The Times They Are A-Changin'
- Blowin' In The Wind
- I Dreamed I Saw St Augustine
- Diamonds And Rust
- When I Paint My Masterpiece
- Like A Rolling Stone
- Isis
- Just Like A Woman
- Knockin' On Heaven's Door
- Lay Lady Lay

DISK TWO

(3) Music from Renaldo and Clara (33 mins)

- A Hard Rain's A-Gonna Fall
- It Ain't Me, Babe
- Knockin' On Heaven's Door
- It Takes A Lot To Laugh, It Takes A Train To Cry
- Romance In Durango
- One More Cup Of Coffee
- Sara
- Never Let Me Go
- Just Like A Woman
- Knockin' On Heaven's Door

(4) Japanese Hard Rain (46 mins)

- A Hard Rain's A-Gonna Fall
- Blowin' In The Wind
- Deportees
- I Pity The Poor Immigrant
- Shelter From The Storm
- Maggie's Farm
- One Too Many Mornings
- Mozambique
- Idiot Wind
- Knockin' On Heaven's Door

(5) The World Of John Hammond (22 mins)

- Hurricane
- Simple Twist Of Fate
- Oh Sister
Number of discs: 2
Running time: 03:27
Authoring: DVDs with menu and chapters are circulating
Clearwater show in the best available quality, still quite pale but clearly better than D005 - worth having!
Quality of Renaldo & Clara footage is also superb, very clear, bright colours.
Remaining material is available in the same or even better quality elsewhere.


This is one of the first DVD's I've rec'd from the club and it is perfect. So many good songs with other people. I rated this a 5; the filming was good, sound quality very good. Thanx

Reviewed by tchiphead2 on 04th July 2007

I watched the televised Hard Rain special when it was originally broadcast. Ever a fan of acoustic Bob, I was hoping for something like his Concert for Bangladesh performance. I wanted Folkie Bob, not strident, loud, quarrelsome Bob. He seemed angry, and I wasn't prepared for how very differently some of his songs-even recent ones like Shelter from the Storm-were performed. At the time, after huge anticipation before the show, I was deeply disappointed. But now? What a tremendous treat to see it all again through different eyes. What disappointed me then delights me now. I just watched D361 for the second time, and liked it even more than the first time through. In these performances (Hard Rain, Clearwater, and Renaldo and Clara) you'll find passion, commitment to the lyrics, and songs we don't hear anymore. What a wonder to witness his performances of Sara, Hurricane, I Pity the Poor Immigrant, and I Dreamed I Saw St. Augustine. To cling to the belief that his performances and his songwriting declined after 1966 is to ignore just how lofty his achievements remained in the 70's. This collection is a document of a rollicking, impassioned, improvisational, Rolling-Thunder carnival. It's a jewel and a treasure to see the effort, the care, and the emotion on his face in closeups that fill the screen.
HIGHLIGHTS: Sara, Idiot Wind, Hurricane, Poor Immigrant, St. Augustine, Hard Rain's A-Gonna Fall, Oh Sister, One Too Many Mornings.

I may still love the Bangladesh performances, but I have come to appreciate that a master is at work here, as well. Grab this one, and hold it close.

Reviewed by davidigor on 23rd June 2007

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