‘Bob Dylan at Budokan’ is a live album recorded in Tokyo on February 28 and March 1, 1978 and, released on April 23, 1979 by Columbia.
Track Listing : 1.Mr. Tambourine Man (Bob Dylan) – 04:54 . 2.Shelter From The Storm (Bob Dylan) – 04:30 . 3.Love Minus Zero/No Limit (Bob Dylan) – 03:52 . 4.Ballad Of A Thin Man (Bob Dylan) – 04:47 . 5.Don’T Think Twice, It’S All Right (Bob Dylan) – 04:55 . 6.Maggie’S Farm (Bob Dylan) – 05:06 . 7.One More Cup Of Coffee (Valley Below) (Bob Dylan) – 03:19 . 8.Like A Rolling Stone (Bob Dylan) – 06:31 . 9.I Shall Be Released (Bob Dylan) – 04:12 . 10.Is Your Love In Vain? (Bob Dylan) – 04:02 . 11.Going, Going, Gone (Bob Dylan) – 04:22 . 12.Blowin’ In The Wind (Bob Dylan) – 04:25 . 13.Just Like A Woman (Bob Dylan) – 05:03 . 14.Oh, Sister (Bob Dylan, Jacques Levy) – 04:44 . 15.Simple Twist Of Fate (Bob Dylan) – 04:15 . 16.All Along The Watchtower (Bob Dylan) – 03:20 . 17.I Want You (Bob Dylan) – 02:34 . 18.All I Really Want To Do (Bob Dylan) – 03:37 . 19.Knockin’ On Heaven’S Door (Bob Dylan) – 04:00 . 20.It’S Alright, Ma (I’M Only Bleeding) (Bob Dylan) – 06:04 . 21.Forever Young (Bob Dylan) – 05:38 . 22.The Times They Are A-Changin’ (Bob Dylan) – 05:31
Musicians : Bob Dylan – Vocals, Guitar, Harmonica . Steve Douglas – Saxophone, Flute, Recorder . Steven Soles – Acoustic Guitar, Backing Vocals . David Mansfield – Pedal Steel Guitar, Violin, Mandolin, Dobro, Guitar . Billy Cross – Lead Guitar . Alan Pasqua – Keyboards . Rob Stoner – Bass, Backing Vocals . Ian Wallace – Drums . Bobbye Hall – Percussion . Ed Rash – Tambourine . Debi Dye — Backing Vocals . Jo Ann Harris — Backing Vocals . Helena Springs — Backing Vocals
Production : Produced By Don Devito . Tim Charles – Monitor Mixer . Val Lane – Sound Technician . G.H. Sukegawa – Engineer . Tamoo Suzuki – Engineer . Tetsuro Tomita – Engineer . Teppei Kasai – Engineer
Recorded On February 28 And March 1, 1978 At Nippon Budokan Hall, Tokyo, Japan.
Released On April 23, 1979 By Cbs/Sony.
Steve Hoffman Forum
Any Love Here for Bob Dylan Live At Budokan?Perhaps Dylan jumped in unbridled glee when he rehearsed those new arrangements. But when he performed them, he sounded like he was on auto-pilot. Emotionally disengaged. […]
And if the premature embalming properties of his fame have been an obstacle to his progress, he’s done battle with those, too. Bob Dylan at Budokan clears the way. […]
Ultimate Classic Rock
When Bob Dylan Revisited His Past on Live ‘At Budokan’ AlbumWas Bob Dylan at Budokan “a very contentious effort — and, for the most part, a victorious one” (as Maslin said) or filled with songs to be pitied because of their “slipshod treatment” (as Robert Christgau wrote)? […]