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PANCHO AND LEFTY July 1, 1989 Civic Center Arena (Peoria)

 

PASS ME NOT OH GENTLE SAVIOUR February 23, 1999 Marine Midland Arena (Buffalo)

 

PASTURES OF PLENTY probably spring 1960
This Guthrie classic appears on the Karen Wallace Tape, which apparently consists of songs from Dylan's earliest repertoire. Although it shows up on several informal recordings from 1960 and 1961, no specific live performances have been documented.

 

PAYDAY AT COAL CREEK probably spring 1960
This song appears on the Karen Wallace Tape, which apparently consists of songs from Dylan's earliest repertoire.

 

PEACE IN THE VALLEY June 13, 1989 Les Arenes (Frejus)

 

PEGGY SUE February 19, 1987 Palomino Club (Los Angeles)
Song performed by George Harrison and the Grafitti Band, with Dylan and John Fogerty informally joining on guitar and backing vocals.

 

PEOPLE GET READY August 8, 1991 Obras Sanitarias Hall (Buenos Aires)
Previously heard in informal performances on the Basement Tapes and in Renaldo And Clara.

 

PEOPLE PUTTING PEOPLE DOWN June 6, 1991 Palaeur (Rome)

 

A PIRATE LOOKS AT FORTY June 6. 1982 Peace Sunday (Pasadena)
Performed as a duet with Joan Baez.

 

POOR LAZARUS probably spring 1961
The only recorded live performance comes from the July 29, 1961 Riverside Church broadcast. The song was apparently a fixture in Dylan's club sets of the time.

 

PRECIOUS MEMORIES October 13, 1989 Beacon Theater (NYC)

 

PRETTY BOY FLOYD undetermined
Reported as part of a Gerdes set for September 29, 1961, but likely dating back at least as far as Dylan's days as a "Woody Guthrie jukebox." Dylan's only circulating live performance of the song comes from the December 4, 1988 Bridge School benefit concert in Oakland; he was also taped backing Jack Elliott on the song at the Other End, July 3, 1975. Cynthia Gooding's recording of the Gerdes set has only partially surfaced, and Heylin reports the master recording to be lost.

 

PRETTY PEGGY-O probably summer 1961
The earliest recording of this song comes from the November 4, 1961 Carnegie Recital Hall concert, but it was likely already part of Dylan's club repertoire.

 

PRETTY POLLY probably 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. The only live recording comes from the September 6, 1961 Gaslight tape.

 

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