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A-11 March 11, 2005 Earle Chiles Center (Portland)

 

ABRAHAM, MARTIN AND JOHN November 9, 1980 Fox Warfield (San Francisco)

 

ACCENTUATE THE POSITIVE May 1946 probably Duluth
One of two songs reportedly sung by the five-year-old Robert Zimmerman at a Mother's Day party.

 

ACCIDENTALLY LIKE A MARTYR October 4, 2002 Key Arena (Seattle)

 

ACNE probably spring 1961
The earliest known performance is a duet with Jack Elliott on the July 29, 1961 Riverside Church broadcast; by that date, the routine appeared well-worn.

 

ACROSS THE BORDERLINE February 5, 1986 Athletic Park (Wellington, NZ)

 

AIN'T NO MORE CANE probably summer 1961
The earliest reported performance is September 29, 1961 at Gerdes.

 

AIN'T THAT A LOT OF LOVE March 23, 1975 SNACK benefit (San Francisco)
Song performed by Neil Young, backed by Dylan and several members of The Band.

 

ALABAMA GETAWAY October 6, 1995 Riverview Music Arena (Jacksonville)
Dylan joined the Dead on guitar on this song during his February 12, 1989 (Inglewood) walkon appearance.

 

ALL MY TOMORROWS June 30, 1986 Pine Knob Music Theater (Clarkston)

 

AMAZING GRACE July 5, 1975 Other End (New York City)
Song performed by Patti Smith, backed by Dylan on piano.

 

AND IT STONED ME July 6, 1989 Baldwin Pavilion (Rochester, MI)
Dylan backed Van Morrison on Morrison's walk-on performance of the song at Dylan's June 28, 1989 Athens concert.

 

ANGEL FLYING TOO CLOSE TO THE GROUND No live performance

 

ANOTHER MAN DONE GONE probably spring 1960 perhaps Ten O'Clock Scholar (St. Paul)
Reported as a regular feature of Dylan's St. Paul club sets.

 

ANSWER ME October 17, 1991 Guitar Legends (Seville)

 

ARE YOU READY FOR THE COUNTRY March 23, 1975 SNACK benefit (San Francisco)
Song performed by Neil Young, backed by Dylan and several members of The Band.

 

AROUND AND AROUND July 10, 1992 Centre des Sports (Leysin)

 

ARTHUR McBRIDE no live performance

 

AS TIME GOES BY spring 1959 probably Hibbing High School
Reported as part of Robert Zimmerman's "Jacket Jamboree" performance, fronting a band that included three girls from his high school as backup singers.