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TAKE A MESSAGE TO MARY No live performance

 

TAKE ME AS I AM No live performance

 

TAKE THIS HAMMER perhaps spring 1960
This song appears on the Karen Wallace Tape, which apparently consists of songs from Dylan's earliest repertoire.

 

TALKIN' COLUMBIA undetermined
Recorded on the September 1960 Minneapolis Tape, and presumably part of his repertoire at that time. The only documented live performance comes from the May 6, 1961 Indian Neck recording.

 

TALKIN' FISH BLUES (TALKIN' FISHERMAN) perhaps spring 1961
The only documented live performance comes from the May 6, 1961 Indian Neck recording. It is also found on the May 1961 Minnesota Party tape, suggesting the song is one Dylan added to his repertoire during his early days in New York City.

 

TALKIN' INFLATION BLUES undetermined
Recorded on the September 1960 Minneapolis Tape, and presumably part of his repertoire at that time.

 

TALKIN' MERCHANT MARINE undetermined
Recorded on the September 1960 Minneapolis Tape, and presumably part of his repertoire at that time.

 

THANK GOD No known live performance
Dylan recorded this song, reportedly at his August 5, 1986 (Mountain View) soundcheck, for a Chabad Lubevitcher telethon broadcast later in the year.

 

THAT LUCKY OLD SUN September 22, 1985 Farm Aid (Champaign)

 

THAT'LL BE THE DAY July 4, 1999 Marcus Amphitheater (Milwaukee)
Performed as a duet with Paul Simon, in a medley with "The Wanderer."

 

THEY CALL THE WIND MARIA winter 1960 probably Ten O'Clock Scholar (Minneapolis)
Reported as a setpiece in Dylan's performances with Spider John Koerner.

 

THEY KILLED HIM No live performance

 

THIS LAND IS YOUR LAND undetermined
This song appears on the Karen Wallace Tape, which apparently consists of songs from Dylan's earliest repertoire. The first documented live performance is from the November 4, 1961 Carnegie Chapter Hall concert, but the song is not among the circulating recordings. The only live Dylan recordings of this song are ensemble versions, from the 1968 Guthrie Tribute and the 1975 Rolling Thunder concerts.

 

THIS OLD MAN No live performance
Dylan sang one line from the lyrics, more or less under his breath, in a break between songs at his November 17, 2002 Hartford concert; some therefore list a performance of the song on that date.

 

THIS TRAIN (IS BOUND FOR GLORY) perhaps spring 1961
First heard 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 surviving live Dylan recording of the song is an ensemble performance from the January 1968 Guthrie tribute. In 1979 and 1980, the opening sets from Dylan's backup singers regularly concluded with this song, but there is no reason to believe Dylan ever contributed to their performances.

 

THIS WORLD CAN'T STAND LONG November 20, 1999 Bob Carpenter Center (Newark, DE)

 

TIMBER perhaps spring 1960
Reported as a regular feature of Dylan's St. Paul club sets.

 

THE TIMES WE'VE KNOWN November 1, 1998 Madison Square Garden (NYC)

 

TOMORROW NIGHT February 5, 1993 Point Depot (Dublin)

 

TOUCH OF GRAY July 12, 1987 Meadowlands (East Rutherford)
Song performed by the Grateful Dead, with Dylan joining on guitar.

 

TRAIL OF THE BUFFALO perhaps fall 1960
First documented by the February 1961 East Orange tape, but appearing in various forms throughout Dylan's career. Sometimes known as "The Hills Of Mexico" or "Buffalo Singers." First live recording is June 25, 1988 (Holmdel).

 

TRAIN OF LOVE late March or early April 1999 Johnny Cash Tribute broadcast
While the Cash tribute is the first documented performance of this song, Dylan said during the broadcast that it was part of his very earlier repertoire, before he began performing any original material.

 

TRAVELIN' BAND 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

 

TROUBLE NO MORE January 12, 1990 Toad's Place (New Haven)

 

TUPELO HONEY July 8, 1984 Slane Castle (Eire)
Song performed by Van Morrison, with Dylan sharing vocals, during Morrison's walkon on the last date of DYlan's 1984 European tour.

 

20/20 VISION October 25, 1991 City Coliseum (Austin)

 

TWIST AND SHOUT 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.

 

TWO SISTERS perhaps spring 1960
This song appears on the Karen Wallace Tape, which apparently consists of songs from Dylan's earliest repertoire.

 

TWO SOLDIERS June 9, 1988 Cal Expo (Sacramento)

 

TWO TRAINS RUNNING perhaps spring 1961
First heard 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. Only one recording of a live performance survives, on the July 9, 1962 Finjan Club tape.