David Bromberg Band - April 14, 2018
Maurer Concert Hall, Chicago, Illinois

Disc 1
01. Intro
02. Tongue
03. As The Years Go Passing By
04. Dark As A Dungeon
05. The Main Street Moan
06. Eyesight To The Blind
07. Peanut Man
08. Tennessee Waltz
09. Nine Below Zero

Disc 2
01. Just Because You Didn't Answer [Dylan 1992 sessions, written by Thom Bishop]
02. Last Date
03. The Viper
04. Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow [unplugged from PA]
05. Standing In The Need Of Prayer (acapella)
06. The Strongest Man Alive / Maydelle's Reel / Jenny's Chickens
07. Band Introduction
08. Mr. Bojangles

Zoom H4N (96 khz / 24 bit audio) > Cool Edit > TLH > Dime
recorded/mastered by "Ramble2012" (200 seat venue?)

David Bromberg - vocals, electric/acoustic/slide guitar
Mark Cosgrove - electric & acoustic guitar, mandolin, vocals
Nate Grower - fiddle, vocals
Packy Lundholm - electric & acoustic guitar (t3-13)
Suavic Zanuchenko - electric bass, vocals
Josh Kanusky - drums, percussion, vocals


"Just Because" by the Shelton Brothers is suggested as being one of the songs
recorded at Acme Studios in Chicago during the 1992 aborted Good As I Been To You
sessions. The song was in fact "Just Because You Didn't Answer" (written in 1976)
Wireless Music, BMI, music and lyrics by Thom Bishop.

For nearly ten years, while he was living in Chicago, David would sit in with the Thom Bishop
band, primarily at a club called Orphan's. When David was tapped by Dylan to produce
those sessions, he offered a number of songs for Dylan's consideration, and
those two were among the ones Dylan selected.

I know all this, as Thom Bishop was my given name when I released "Just Because
You Didn't Answer" two different times: The Wireless Wonder (Stuff Records, 1981,
on vinyl only), and Feed Me a Dream, Coyote Records, 1996, still available on cd.

Junior Burke
Naropa University
Boulder, CO