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I AIN'T GOT NO HOME undetermined
Recorded by Tony Glover for the Minnesota Hotel Tape, and likely part of Dylan's club repertoire at the time. However, the first documented live performance is at the January 20, 1968 Guthrie Tribute.

 

I AM THE MAN THOMAS September 4, 1999 Chastain Park Amphitheater (Atlanta)

 

I CAN'T BE SATISFIED October 25, 1992 Civic Center (Providence)

 

(I DON'T WANT TO) HANG UP MY ROCK AND ROLL SHOES January 17, 1993 Blue Jeans Bash (Washington)
Song performed by the Band, with Dylan on guitar.

 

I FORGOT MORE (THAN YOU'LL EVER KNOW) February 5, 1986 Athletic Park (Wellington)

 

(I HEARD THAT) LONESOME WHISTLE undetermined
Found on one of the McKenzie Tapes and the "Folksinger's Choice" recording (as well as the Freewheelin' sessions), and likely part of Dylan's 1961 club repertoire (perhaps even a feature of his Minnesota playlists). After turning up on several rehearsal tapes near the beginning of the NeverEnding Tour, it makes its first documented appearance in a Dylan performance at Toad's Place, January 12, 1990.

 

I STILL MISS SOMEONE July 1, 1986 Pine Knob Music Theater (Clarkston)

 

I THOUGHT I HEARD THAT CASEY WHEN SHE ROLL perhaps spring 1960
Reported as a regular feature of Dylan's St. Paul club sets.

 

I WALK THE LINE June 5, 1999 Fillmore Auditorium (Denver)
Performed as a duet with Paul Simon, in a medley with "Blue Moon Of Kentucky."

 

I WANT IT NOW undetermined
Often listed as "I Want My Milk," this number is documented only on the May 1961 Minnesota Party Tape; while that informal recording appears devoted to songs Dylan added to his repertoire during his early time in New York City, this lightweight ditty may date back to his Minnesota days.

 

I WILL SING May 18, 1980 Civic Auditorium (Akron)

 

I'LL BE HOME probably fall 1956
Reported as part of the Golden Chords' standard playlist in the fall of 1956.

 

I'M A GAMBLER undetermined
Recorded on the September 1960 Minneapolis tape, and presumably part of his repertoire at that time. The track, identified as "Rambler Gambler," was released on No Direction Home.

 

I'M A KING BEE July 9, 1986 Marriott hotel lounge (near Mansfield)
An informal late-night performance, reportedly backed by Etta James and her band (or a house band).

 

I'M CRYING March 1, 1990 Forum (Inglewood)
Song performed by Bruce Springsteen, backed by Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, with Dylan joining on guitar. Both Dylan and Springsteen made walkon appearances at the close of Petty's concert

 

I'M GLAD I GOT TO SEE YOU ONCE AGAIN August 4, 1988 Greek Theater (Los Angeles)

 

I'M GONNA SIT AT THE WELCOME TABLE probably spring 1960 perhaps Ten O'Clock Scholar (St. Paul)
Reported as a regular feature of Dylan's St. Paul club sets.

 

I'M IN THE MOOD FOR LOVE August 3, 1988 Greek Theater (Los Angeles)

 

I'M MOVIN' ON February 5, 1986 Athletic Park (Wellington)

 

I'M NOT SUPPOSED TO CARE May 13, 1998 The Rage (Vancouver)

 

I'M READY September 15, 1978 Civic Center (Augusta)

 

I'M SO LONESOME I COULD CRY No live performance
However, part of an informal performance by Dylan and Joan Baez is included in Don't Look Back..

 

IF I LOSE, LET ME LOSE unknown, perhaps fall 1960
Although recorded on the Basement Tapes, this song was long thought one never performed live. However, in Chronicles Dylan reports (in passing) the song as part of his early Greenwich Village repertoire.

 

IKO IKO February 12, 1989 Forum (Inglewood)
Song performed by the Grateful Dead, with Dylan joining on guitar.

 

IN MY TIME OF DYIN' No reported live performance
Perhaps the only song from Bob Dylan for which there is no independent evidence of a live performance.

 

IN SEARCH OF LITTLE SADIE No live performance

 

IN THE EVENING (WHEN THE SUN GOES DOWN) unknown, perhaps fall 1961
While no live performances of this song have been recorded or reported, Dylan played it for Tony Glover's Minnesota Hotel Tape recording. It appears likely that the song turned up in Dylan's early New York club performances.

 

IN THE MIDNIGHT HOUR February 19, 1987 Palomino Club (Los Angeles)
Song performed by the Grafitti Band, with Dylan, John Fogerty, and George Harrison informally joining on guitar.

 

IN THE PINES probably summer 1961
Part of Dylan's September 26, 1961 opening set as reviewed by Robert Shelton; presumably from his current repertoire. Recorded later in the Gerdes run by Cynthia Gooding, but that tape has been lost. The earliest circulating live recording is from the November 4, 1961 Carnegie Chapter Hall concert.

 

IN THE STILL OF THE NIGHT unknown, perhaps 1957
While no live performances of this song have been recorded or reported, Dylan remembers it as part of the Golden Chords' repertoire.

 

IT'S ALL IN THE GAME October 17, 1981 Mecca Auditorium (Milwaukee)
Usually, perhaps always, performed as a duet with Clydie King.

 

IT'S HARD TO BE BLIND perhaps spring 1961
First documented on the May 1961 Minnesota Party Tape; that informal recording appears devoted to songs Dylan added to his repertoire during his early days in New York City.

 

IT'S TOO LATE August 10, 1991 Obras Sanitarias Hall (Buenos Aires)