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Across The Borderline - Bob Dylan - Classic Broadcasts (DVD)

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  2. Bob Dylan Highlands Live Anaheim Santa Cruz 2 shows cdr cd classic live. $ $ shipping. Benefits charity. Watch. Across the Borderline 2-CD SEALED '86 broadcast. 4 out of 5 stars (2) 2 product ratings - Bob Dylan & Tom Petty - Across the Borderline 2-CD SEALED '86 broadcast. $ $ shipping. 3 brand new from $
  3. THE FULL SYDNEY BROADCAST ACROSS 2 x CDS Bob Dylan and Tom Petty were just three weeks into their True Confessions world tour when they brought in a professional camera crew to film a two-night stand at Sydney, Australia's Entertainment Centre/5().
  4. I was pleased to get this double CD - having been at the gig 30 years ago. "Across The Borderline" was full of promise and it has some tracks that absolutely sparkle. But, it is a very strange amalgam of several gigs that Mr Dylan did with .
  5. Bob Dylan & Tom Petty - Across the Borderline 2-CD SEALED '86 broadcast 4 out of 5 stars 2 product ratings 2 product ratings - Bob Dylan & Tom Petty - Across the Borderline 2-CD SEALED '86 broadcast.
  6. "Across The Borderline" was full of promise and it has some tracks that absolutely sparkle. But, it is a very strange amalgam of several gigs that Mr Dylan did Reviews:
  7. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the DVD release of Classic Broadcasts on Discogs. Label: Archive Media Publishing Ltd - APX • Series: The Broadcast Archives • Format: DVD DVD-Video, Unofficial Release • Country: Europe • Genre: Rock • Bob Dylan ‎– Classic Broadcasts Across The Borderline: 9: It Takes A 3/5(1).

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