Dylan / Young / The Band: Snack!
Bootleg taken from the K101-FM S.N.A.C.K. Benefit Concert Broadcast, Kezar Stadium, Golden Gate Park San Francisco, CA, 03/23/75. This was a one-day festival in aid of Bill Graham's S.N.A.C.K. (Students Need Athletics, Culture and Kicks) organization. Neil Young, with his regular sidemen Ben Keith and Tim Drummond, performed together with Bob Dylan, Rick Danko, Garth Hudson and Levon Helm. The Band trio did "The Weight", and "Loving You Is Sweeter Than Ever", "Ain't That a Lot of Love", and was present on the all-star finale "Will The Circle Be Unbroken?".
The sound is relatively clean and problem free except that Dylan's vocals are all but inaudible due to a dead mike. On "I Want You" Rick comes through loud and clear with Dylan absent and it's a bit comical. Levon is his usual - great and sounding like he's having fun! Track 8 is Knockin' on Heaven's Door, but someone sings Dragon - who knows why?
Many boots of this concert, mainly Italian, have been released under titles as The S.N.A.C.K Concert, San Francisco Bay Blues, The Prophet & The Clown, San Francisco 1975 , San Franciscan Nights , Ballad of a Blue Poet , and Super Golden Radio Shows #27.
Dylan / Young / The Band - Snack! - 1976