Floor R40°
4.4 (9 votes)
DVDylan ID: D491.su2
Recording type: Audience
City/Venue: Palac kultury, Prague, Czech Republic
Date: Saturday, 11th March 1995
"An HW Sound Upgrade"
Never-Ending Tour Concert #641
  • DVD1:
    - Down In The Flood
    - If Not For You
    - All Along The Watchtower
    - Just Like A Woman [end slightly clipped]
    - Tangled Up In Blue
    - Watching The River Flow
    - Mr. Tambourine Man
    - Boots Of Spanish Leather
    - It's All Over Now, Baby Blue
    - Man In The Long Black Coat
  • DVD 2:
    - God Knows
    - Maggie's Farm
    - Bonus: Mr. Tambourine Man (The Byrds)
    - Bonus: Times They Are A-Changin' (The Byrds)
    - OFFENBACH 19-Jun-91:
    -   New Morning
    -   Lay Lady Lay
    -   All Along The Watchtower
    -   Shelter From The Storm
    -   Gotta Serve Somebody
    -   Wiggle Wiggle
    -   It Takes A Lot To Laugh, It Takes A Train To Cry
    -   Leopard-Skin Pill-Box Hat
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Number of discs: 2
Video standard: PAL
Authoring: DVDs with menu and chapters are circulating
Same source as but slightly better quality and contains more tracks
Offenbach 1991 is new footage, alternate to D587/

This was for the very first time I've met His Bobness in person. With a lot of questions in my mind - as always, if there is something for the first time. Will it be such as I expected? Will it work? No disappointments? This DVD is the answer.

Excellent preformance with no weak points (despite of this kind of It's All Over Now Baby Blue isn't my cup of coffee). Dylan and his band are full concentrated on songs with deep feeling of each phrase. He picked up the guitar only twice (actually three times if we include the last song It Ain't Me, Babe not included here) but both has a woth of it. Very good beginning to tangle up in Bob.

Highlights: all of the "Man/Woman" songs, Boots & God Knows

Contrary to the Prague show, the Offenbach one is just average. Fairly well but a filler only with no exciting hights (Wiggle, Wiggle stands out a little). Previous Linz with similar repertoir on is much much better.

Reviewed by lavicky on 22nd July 2014