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PostPosted: Thu October 1st, 2015, 19:53 GMT 
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Thanks very much for the reports, everyone. I hope you all had a great time.


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Still Go Barefoot wrote:
Still Go Barefoot wrote:
1. Things Have Changed
2. She Belongs To Me
3. Beyond Here Lies Nothin'

4. The Night We Called It A Day
5. Duquesne Whistle
6. Why Try To Change Me
7. Pay In Blood
8. I'm A Fool To Want You
9. Tangled Up In Blue

(intermission)

10. High Water (For Charley Patton)
11. Full Moon and Empty Arms
12. Early Roman Kings
13. Come Rain or Come Shine
14. Spirit On The Water
15. Scarlet Town

16. All Or Nothing At All
17. Long And Wasted Years
18. Autumn Leaves


(encore)

19. Blowin' In The Wind
20. Love Sick


So was Come Rain Or Come Shine recorded during the Shadows sessions as well?
There's a thread around here listing the outtakes from those sessions rumored to be 'Shadows II'...(ugh)


Other songs recorded at the Shadows sessions:

All Or Nothing At All (Arthur Altman/Jack Lawrence)
All The Way (Jimmy Van Heusen/Sammy Cahn)
Come Rain Or Come Shine (Harold Arlen/Johnny Mercer)
Didn’t He Ramble (Traditional)
It Had To Be You (Isham Jones/Gus Kahn)
Maybe You’ll Be There (Rube Bloom/Sammy Gallop)
My Melancholy Baby (Ernie Burnett/George A. Norton)
On A Little Street In Singapore (Peter DeRose/Billy Hill)
Polkadots and Moonbeams (Jimmy Van Heusen/Johnny Burke)
Skylark (Hoagy Carmichael/Johnny Mercer)
Stormy Weather (Harold Arlen/Ted Koehler)
That Old Black Magic (Harold Arlen/Johnny Mercer)


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PostPosted: Thu October 1st, 2015, 19:57 GMT 
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no setlist on boblinks yet


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Still Go Barefoot wrote:
Still Go Barefoot wrote:
1. Things Have Changed
2. She Belongs To Me
3. Beyond Here Lies Nothin'

4. The Night We Called It A Day
5. Duquesne Whistle
6. Why Try To Change Me
7. Pay In Blood
8. I'm A Fool To Want You
9. Tangled Up In Blue

(intermission)

10. High Water (For Charley Patton)
11. Full Moon and Empty Arms
12. Early Roman Kings
13. Come Rain or Come Shine
14. Spirit On The Water
15. Scarlet Town

16. All Or Nothing At All
17. Long And Wasted Years
18. Autumn Leaves


(encore)

19. Blowin' In The Wind
20. Love Sick


So was Come Rain Or Come Shine recorded during the Shadows sessions as well?
There's a thread around here listing the outtakes from those sessions rumored to be 'Shadows II'...(ugh)


shipcomesin wrote:
Other songs recorded at the Shadows sessions:

All Or Nothing At All (Arthur Altman/Jack Lawrence)
All The Way (Jimmy Van Heusen/Sammy Cahn)
Come Rain Or Come Shine (Harold Arlen/Johnny Mercer)
Didn’t He Ramble (Traditional)
It Had To Be You (Isham Jones/Gus Kahn)
Maybe You’ll Be There (Rube Bloom/Sammy Gallop)
My Melancholy Baby (Ernie Burnett/George A. Norton)
On A Little Street In Singapore (Peter DeRose/Billy Hill)
Polkadots and Moonbeams (Jimmy Van Heusen/Johnny Burke)
Skylark (Hoagy Carmichael/Johnny Mercer)
Stormy Weather (Harold Arlen/Ted Koehler)
That Old Black Magic (Harold Arlen/Johnny Mercer)


Thanks Ship! That's where it went!


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PostPosted: Thu October 1st, 2015, 20:03 GMT 
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There's no way we won't hear quite a few of those songs over the next several weeks


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PostPosted: Thu October 1st, 2015, 20:04 GMT 
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Come Rain or Come Shine

I'm gonna love you
Like nobodys loved you
Come rain or come shine
High as a mountain
And deep as a river
Come rain or come shine

I guess when you met me
It was just one of those things
But dont ever bet me
'Cause Im gonna be a true, if you let me
You're gonna love me
Like nobodys loved me
Come rain or come shine

Happy together, unhappy together
And wont it be fine?
Days may be cloudy or sunny
Were in or were out of the money
But Im with you always
Im with you, rain or shine

I'm gonna love you
Like nobodys loved you
Come rain or come shine
High as a mountain
Deep as a river
Come rain or come shine

I guess when you met me
It was just one of those things
But dont ever bet me
'Cause Im gonna be a true, if you let me
You're gonna love me
Like nobodys loved me
Come rain or come shine

Happy together, unhappy together
And wont it be fine?
Days may be cloudy or sunny
Were in or were out of the money
But Ill love you always
Im with you rain or shine
Rain or shine

Songwriters:
MERCER, JOHNNY/ARLEN, HAROLD


Was recorded by Sinatra...

Per Wikipedia, so it must be true:

Come Rain or Come Shine

"Come Rain or Come Shine" is a popular music song written by Harold Arlen with lyrics by Johnny Mercer. The song was written for the musical St. Louis Woman, and was published in 1946.

Harold Arlen May 17, 1960
Recordings were made in 1946 by Sy Oliver (with the Tommy Dorsey Orchestra), Dinah Shore, Helen Forrest and Dick Haymes, and Margaret Whiting and Ray Charles. Although the song did not actually make the charts in the period following its publication, it has become a standard.

The Sy Oliver/Tommy Dorsey version was recorded on January 31, 1946. The recording was released by RCA Victor Records as catalog number 20-1819.
The Margaret Whiting version was recorded on February 17, 1946. The recording was released by Capitol Records as catalog number 247.
The Dinah Shore version was recorded on March 18, 1946. The recording was released by Columbia Records as catalog number 36971. Dinah performed it on the May 16, 1946 edition of the Birds Eye Open House radio programme.
The Helen Forrest/Dick Haymes version was recorded on April 14, 1946. The recording was released by Decca Records as catalog number 23548.
Sarah Vaughan recorded it for Columbia in 1950 with her first husband George Treadwell and His All-Stars for her album Sarah Vaughan in Hi-Fi.
Jo Stafford recorded the song for two different albums. A recording on Columbia Records was made on June 27, 1952 and released as catalog number CL 6238, and a recording on Capitol Records was made on January 4, 1963 and released as an LP entitled The Hits of Jo Stafford (catalog number ST 1921).
Marlene Dietrich has a version wherein she repeats the lyrics in spoken word between sung variations (1952).
Dinah Washington performed this song on her live album Dinah Jams (1954)
Billie Holiday recorded it in on August 25, 1955 for her album Music for Torching.
Georgia Gibbs recorded a version of it in 1955.
Judy Garland recorded the song on March 3, 1956 for her album Judy, conducted by Nelson Riddle and released the same year. It also appears on her legendary concert album Judy at Carnegie Hall (1961).
Claire Austin recorded a version on her album When Your Lover Has Gone on the Bethlehem label (1956).
Jerry Lewis recorded a version of this song as a B-side to "Rock-a-Bye Your Baby With A Dixie Melody" in 1956 on the Decca label.
Ray Charles recorded the song on his album The Genius of Ray Charles (November 1959). This version charted in both 1960 and 1968.
The Bill Evans trio recorded a jazz instrumental version of the song on December 28, 1959 for inclusion on his LP Portrait in Jazz. Three other versions are also on his posthumously released "Live at Birdland" sessions performed by the same trio in early 1960, recorded from a radio broadcast.
The song appears on the 1959 Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers album Moanin'.
Art Pepper recorded an instrumental version of the song for his 1960 album Intensity.
Ella Fitzgerald included her rendition on the 1961 Verve two-record set Ella Fitzgerald Sings the Harold Arlen Songbook.

Frank Sinatra recorded the song on November 22, 1961 for inclusion on his 1962 LP Sinatra and Strings. It was released on Reprise Records as catalog number 27020. This recording is known for its strings and horn arrangements by Don Costa. He later re-recorded the song as a duet with Gloria Estefan for his album, Duets in 1993. He also regularly performed it in concert.

Jack Jones recorded the song for his 1963 album, Wives and Lovers.
James Brown recording the song for his album Out Of Sight for King Records in 1964.
Petula Clark covered the song for her 1966 album I Couldn't Live Without Your Love
Liza Minnelli recorded the song for her third A&M Records studio album New Feelin' in 1970.
Johnny Mercer recorded the song for his 1974 album, My Huckleberry Friend.
James Booker performed it live in Zurich in 1977, and the recorded track can be found in the Album New Orleans Piano Wizard: Live!
Barbra Streisand covered the song for her 1979 concept album, Wet. She sang it live in her 2006 concert, Streisand: Live in Concert 2006.
Dr. John recorded a solo instrumental take for his 1982 album The Brightest Smile In Town.
Diane Schuur recorded a version arranged by Dave Grusin and Johnny Mandel for her Timeless album of Jazz standards in 1986. This album was awarded a Grammy for "Best Jazz Vocal Performance, Female."
Helen Merrill recorded a duet version with jazz bassist Ron Carter for their collaborative album Duets issued on Emarcy in 1988.
Bette Midler recorded a version for her film For the Boys (1991) soundtrack.
Michael Crawford included this song in his second album, With Love in 1991.
Jazz guitarist John Abercrombie, accompanied by other notable musicians such as John Surman, recorded in 1992 an instrumental version of the song for his album November issued on ECM Records.
Alison Eastwood recorded it in 1992 for the soundtrack of Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil. The film was set in Savannah, Georgia and the soundtrack was dedicated to songs by Johnny Mercer, a Savannah native.
Joe Sample recorded his version of this song in his 1993 album Invitation.
Saxophonist David Sanborn covered the song from his 1995 album Pearls.[1]
Don Henley recorded a version of this song for the 1995 soundtrack to Leaving Las Vegas.
Jack Kerouac recorded the song, which can be found on his 1999 album of selected readings and songs, Jack Kerouac Reads 'On the Road'.
Dr. John & Dianne Reeves recorded a version for Blue Note records on the soundtrack of the 1999 film Just the Ticket.
Idina Menzel has done a recording of this song as well. While it does not appear on any album, it was leaked onto the Internet after speculation that it was intended and then dropped from the film soundtrack of the 1999 The Other Sister spread.
Eric Clapton recorded a version of this song with B.B. King for the album Riding with the King released on December 6, 2000.
Richard Rodney Bennett performs this song on a Harold Arlen compilation issued in 2001.
Katharine McPhee sang a version on Season 5 of American Idol and was given rave reviews from the judges (2006).
Tarriii recorded a reggae version with Njoa pinning down the romantic styling of Billie Holiday's version (2006).
A live recording by Rufus Wainwright appears on his 2007 album, Rufus Does Judy at Carnegie Hall.
Natalie Cole recorded a version of this song for her 2008 album Still Unforgettable.
Danny Gokey sang a version on Season 8 of American Idol and was highly praised by the judges (2009).
Sylvia Brooks recorded this song on her Dangerous Liaisons album released in 2009.[2]
Lynda Carter covered this song on her 2009 jazz album At Last.
Franck Amsallem recorded a version of this song for his 2009 album Amsallem Sings.
Barbra Streisand recorded this song on her Partners (Barbra Streisand album) album, released in 2014. She collaborated on the track with John Mayer.

Martin Scorsese's 1983 film The King of Comedy features Ray Charles' recording of the song in its opening credits. Later in the film, the character of Masha (played by Sandra Bernhard) sings the tune for the kidnapped Jerry Langford (Jerry Lewis) during their "date" as he's being held hostage in her apartment.
Kazuo Ishiguro's collection of short stories Nocturnes features a story named "Come Rain or Come Shine". The Sarah Vaughan recording is played at the story's climax.



All Or Nothing At All

All or nothing at all
Half a love never appealed to me
If your heart, never could yield to me
Then I'd rather, rather have nothin' at all
All, or nothing at all

If it's love, there ain't no in-between
Why begin, then cry for somethin' that might have been?
No, I'd rather, rather have nothing at all

Oh, please don't bring your lips close to my cheek
Don't you smile or I'll be lost beyond recall
The kiss in your eyes, the touch of your hand makes me weak
And my heart, may grow very dizzy and fall

And if I fell under the spell of your call
I would be caught in the undertow
And so you see, I've got to say no, no
All or nothing at all
All or nothing at all

Songwriters
ARTHUR ALTMAN, JACK LAWRENCE


Also recorded by Sinatra per Wiki:

All Or Nothing At All

"All or Nothing at All" is a song composed in 1939 by Arthur Altman, with lyrics by Jack Lawrence.

Frank Sinatra's 1939 recording of the song became a huge hit in 1943, when it was reissued by Columbia Records during the 1942-44 musicians' strike. The record peaked in the Billboard top two.

In a 1944 interview, Sinatra said of the delayed success of the song, "That was the song, a few days after Harry James and myself recorded it, that gave us our walking papers out of the old Victor Hugo Cafe (a major entertainment venue of the 1930s) on the Sunset Strip in Hollywood. The manager came up and waved his hands for us to stop. He said Harry's trumpet playing was too loud for the joint and my singing was just plain lousy and fired Harry, me and the entire band on the spot. He said the two of us couldn't draw flies as an attraction, and I guess he was right - the room was as empty as a barn. It's a funny thing about that song. The recording we made of it 5 years ago is now one of the top spots among the best sellers. But it's the same old recording. It's also the song I auditioned with for Tommy Dorsey, who signed me on the strength of it. And now it's my first big record."


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PostPosted: Thu October 1st, 2015, 20:13 GMT 
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Thank you SirDogg! I have quickly read through this lot and am very happy. Now it's dinnertime here for us late eaters and later on I will mull it all over. Very much looking forward to RAH!


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PostPosted: Thu October 1st, 2015, 20:15 GMT 
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That was brilliant, especially the SITN songs.


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PostPosted: Thu October 1st, 2015, 20:16 GMT 
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WOWEEEE! Bob is breaking free!!
Very exciting.
Thanks so much Doggy Man. Awesome of you.

Enjoy the rest of your shows, you lucky ol dogg.


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PostPosted: Thu October 1st, 2015, 20:20 GMT 
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Would love to hear Bob's Shadows recording of Didn't He Ramble. It would be spectacular live! Harry Conick Jr version: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vlMW_ojzU-4


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PostPosted: Thu October 1st, 2015, 20:30 GMT 
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So 4 Concert Debuts tonight!
Could someone please check/confirm/correct these stats? Thanks...*

4. The Night We Called It A Day
Debut in concert - also played publicly 5/19/2015 (New York City, USA, Letterman show)

6. Why Try To Change Me
Debut - (from Shadows)

8. I'm A Fool To Want You
Last played 7/9/2015 (Córdoba, Spain)

11. Full Moon and Empty Arms
Last played 7/16/2015 (Lörrach, Germany)

13. Come Rain or Come Shine
Debut - Shadows outtake

16. All Or Nothing At All
Debut - Shadows outtake

18. Autumn Leaves
Last played 7/11/2015 (San Sebastián, Spain)

* based on Dogg's Last Played thread as last played date source since Dylan, Inc. can't seem to keep up with Bob!!!

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A very fine concert, Bob in great voice - especially on the covers


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PostPosted: Thu October 1st, 2015, 20:38 GMT 
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slocastro wrote:
Thanks for the updates, guys.

Live setlist watching is back!


This, er, these.


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PostPosted: Thu October 1st, 2015, 20:50 GMT 
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So 4 Concert Debuts tonight!
Could someone please check/confirm/correct these stats? Thanks...

4. The Night We Called It A Day
Debut in concert - also played publicly 5/19/2015 (New York City, USA, Letterman show)

6. Why Try To Change Me
Debut - (from Shadows)

8. I'm A Fool To Want You
Last played 7/9/2015 (Córdoba, Spain)

11. Full Moon and Empty Arms
Last played 7/16/2015 (Lörrach, Germany)

13. Come Rain or Come Shine
Debut - Shadows outtake

16. All Or Nothing At All
Debut - Shadows outtake

18. Autumn Leaves
Last played 7/11/2015 (San Sebastián, Spain)

these stats look correct to me, and the cover part of this tour will turn out nicely it seems

what I cannot get my head around is that it looks like Dylan intents to sing the other 13 same songs another 40 times this fall, and that in many a city where he sang them already two years ago


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PostPosted: Thu October 1st, 2015, 20:57 GMT 
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So tomorrow we will be back to the regular set .... for the rest of the tour, right ?


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I hope strongly, I won't know tomorrow what he's going to play when I'll seem him next month
But I fear my hope will be in vain


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PostPosted: Thu October 1st, 2015, 21:13 GMT 
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Dont forget, he did beyond here lies nothin after she belongs. 20 song set!


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[quote="Still Go Barefoot"]So 4 Concert Debuts tonight!
Could someone please check/confirm/correct these stats? Thanks...*

4. The Night We Called It A Day
Debut in concert - also played publicly 5/19/2015 (New York City, USA, Letterman show)

6. Why Try To Change Me
Debut - (from Shadows)

8. I'm A Fool To Want You
Last played 7/9/2015 (Córdoba, Spain)

11. Full Moon and Empty Arms
Last played 7/16/2015 (Lörrach, Germany)

These are the songs recorded at the Shadows sessions, minus one or two I have on another list:

All Or Nothing At All
All The Way
Autumn Leaves
Come Rain Or Come Shine
Didn’t He Ramble
Full Moon And Empty Arms
I’m A Fool To Want You
It Had To Be You
Maybe You’ll Be There
Melancholy Baby
On A Little Street In Singapore
Polkadots and Moonbeams
Skylark
Some Enchanted Evening
Stay With Me
Stormy Weather
That Lonely Old Sun
That Old Black Magic
The Night They Called It A Day
What’ll I Do
Why Try To Change Me Now


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So what can be read through this setlist?

It is kind of expected that he would need to restructure "the set" since he is now back at the venues where these were originally performed (for 1-3 days per venue). As mentioned by the different sources there was recorded material enough for a second album of these covers, so some of these songs and arrangements might been for that.

It also seems very clear that Bob is committed more and more to do this crooner style shows playing old time 40-50ies style songs. Where as before he would basically take some old tune and put his ond words to them (like on L&T and MT) it seems he has realized he might as well just do the covers. He must also have realized that his own songs and classics are not all compatible with this style of show even though there have been arrangements in this style for North Country Girl, Shelter, Tweedle etc.

It will be interesting to see how long he sticks to this format and how long before people start complaining that he isn't doing enough of his old songs.


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PostPosted: Thu October 1st, 2015, 23:11 GMT 
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Billie Holiday, Come Rain Or Come Shine: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ygczl3nBrU8
Billie Holiday, All Or Nothing At All: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iALyrLFJjlE


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Wow. Crazzzzzzy list ... Love it! :D


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PostPosted: Thu October 1st, 2015, 23:42 GMT 
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Nice to see some change.
But right now, I wonder when he'll play a concert without a single Sinatra song again. 2017?


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PostPosted: Fri October 2nd, 2015, 00:39 GMT 
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I'm listening to All or Nothing, but I need to here Come Rain or Shine!

I thought Come Rain or Come Shine would be more rocking! But it's wonderfully sung anyway!

Come Rain or Come Shine
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j4hnmnU0sIE

I'm a Fool to Want You
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1thipcI7vA8

All or Nothing
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5327PKkJfUU

Do you think Bob forgets which selection he chose for the record? He sang two records worth of material.


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Good to have recordings so soon but rather a frustrating listen --- such a missed opportunity to defacto refuse to put that kind of vocal effort into more of his own songs.


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Good to have recordings so soon but rather a frustrating listen --- such a missed opportunity to defacto refuse to put that kind of vocal effort into more of his own songs.


I think the records are muddy, if we get a clearer version, maybe we can judge. I can hear the passion in there somewhere.


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