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10/28/18

Audio only.  McGuinn, TPATH & Dylan. Wembley Arena, Oct 15, 1987.

Roger McGuinn Set    1. Don’t You Write Her Off 00:00 2. Ballad Of Easy Rider / I Wasn't Born To Follow 02:11 3. The Bells Of Rhymney 05:36 4. Light Up The Darkness 09:30 5. Tiffany Queen 11:30 6. Chestnut Mare 13:40 7. Drug Store Truck Driving Man 18:34 8. King Of The Hill 22:07 9. Eight Miles High 26:27 10. Turn, Turn, Turn 31:03 11. Mr. Tambourine Man 34:07

Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers Set    1. Keep Your Hands To Yourself 36:32 2. How Many More Days 40:02 3. The Image of Me 43:48 4. American Girl 47:09 5. It’s All Work Out 51:17 6. Goodbye Little Rich Girl 57:02 7. Don’t Come Around Here No More 1:01:51 8. Should I Stay Or Should I Go 1:09:08 9. Southern Accent 1:12:12 10. So You Wanna Be A Rock 'N' Roll Star (With Roger McGuinn) 1:17:34 11. Refugee 1:20:56

Bob Dylan Set    1. Blowin' In The Wind 1:26:24 2. Like A Rolling Stone 1:31:05 3. Maggie's Farm 1:36:05 4. Ballad Of A Thin Man 1:40:11 5. I'll Remember You 1:45:27 6. Señor (Tales Of Yankee Power) 1:50:41 7. Clean Cut Kid 1:55:53 8. Simple Twist Of Fate 1:58:31 9. Watching The River Flow 2:03:10 10. John Brown 2:06:07 11. The Lonesome Death Of Hattie Carroll 2:11:21 12. Don't Think Twice, It's All Right 2:16:45 13. Dead Man, Dead Man 2:20:09 14. Forever Young 2:24:58 15. Rainy Day Women # 12 & 35 2:31:25

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Hello Nurktwin,

May I make a request? I'd love it if you could possibly post a concert by The J Geils Band from 5th Nov 1977 at The Winterland. I saw it posted in  youtube (not long ago) by Rock on MV so hopefully it'll still be there to be borrowed. (I watched the first 20 mins of the almost 2 hours). 

So why this one? Well, as you'll all know, throughout 1977 & 1978 Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers played as the support / opener for a LOT of bands. TPATH played 5 shows with these guys in Oct & Nov 1977 & also in July 1978 (according to set list FM). So this 1977 concert is sandwiched right in between those shows & is hopefully a good example of what Tom & the others saw from backstage. We know they were watching because of something TP said later (next paragraph). But, alas for us, TPATH didn't open for J Geils on this particular night. 

In an interview with Lisa Robinson, Tom said: "I used to see Peter Wolf every night, and how much fun he had doing it and how naturally he did it. He had a big influence on our live show. I wanted to have as much fun as that. That was when we started to loosen up a bit."

 

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