|1996 * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * 86 shows, 94 different songs played, 3 live debuts|
|Touring band: Bucky Baxter (pedal/lap-steel guitar/mandolin); Tony Garnier (bass); John Jackson (guitar); Winston Watson (drums). David Kemper (formerly Jerry Garcia Band) replacing Winston Watson on drums in the fall tour.
Much of the same in the three legs in USA and Canada (spring), Europe (summer) and USA (fall) again. About the same set structure and only three song debuts: The New Minglewood Blues, Shake Sugaree, This Wheel's On Fire. No new material was released. The Genuine Bootleg Series - Take Two is released.
Guest appearances include Jewel Kilcher (guitar), Roger McGuinn (vocals and guitar), Al Kooper (keyboards), Ron Wood (guitar), Van Morrison (vocals), Nils Lofgren (guitar), Ray Benson and James Burton, Roger McQuinn, Paul James, Dave Matthews (Band).
|Date||Venue||Title||No of Disks||Label/Source||Sound||Art/setlist/info|
|1996-04-19||Portland, ME State Theater||Everything's Been Returned Which Was Owed||2CDr||Holy Grail||A-||A fine This Wheels on Fire, which was played live for the first time on 04/13 in Madison. And a susprising acoustic Visions of Johanna.|
|1996-04-20||Portland, ME State Theater||What Good Am I?||2CDr||Holy Grail||A-||-|
|1996-05-11||Buffalo, NY Houston Gym Sports Arena||Crazy Sorrow||2CDr||Thinman 113-114||8||-|
|1996-06-17||Berlin, Tempodrom||Soul||2CDr||Kiss 021-22||10||Excellent show. Live debut cover Shake Sugaree (Elizabeth Cotton).|
|1996-06-24||Differdange, Luxembourg Hall Omnisports||You May Call Me Zimmy||2CDr||Lucky Records LR003/4||8||Again an excellent acoustic set, with Visions Of Johanna, Masters Of War & It's All Over Now Baby Blue.|
|1996-06-26||Liverpool, Empire Theatre||Loving of Liverpool||2CDr||Mainstream 047-048||9||-|
|1996-07-03||Konstanz, Germany||Always On My Mind Vol. 2||1CDr||Exclusive Series 012||9||-|
|1996-07-12||Magdeburg, Stadthalle||Eyes of the Idol||2CDr||Q Records 13-14||8||-|
|1996-07-23||Copenhagen||In Christiania||2CDr||Crystal Cat Records 407-08||8-9||-|
|1996-07-24||Copenhagen||In Christiania||2CDr||Crystal Cat Records 409-10||8-9||-|
|1996-08-03||Atlanta||House of the Blues||2CDr||HOB 001/002/Sbd||9||House of the Blues was a venue in downtown Atlanta for the Olympic Games. At the close of that sportsevent, Dylan performed two shows of high quality. This is a fine mixed 'line' recording from the house video.
This bootleg is on the cover sleeve wrong dated on august 8.