A recording of one of Bob Dylan's shows in 2002 as part of the 'Never Ending Tour' has been released.
Since Dylan kickstarted the tour in 1988, he had played 3,077 concerts. The only officially released live in its entirety was the MTV Unplugged special in 1994.
However, this pristine recording from a 9th February 2002 show at Atlanta's Philips Arena has been circulating around for years under the name 'Got a Line on You' and has recently been uploaded to YouTube.
The two-and-a-half-hour-long show was apparently recorded via an Assisted Listening Device that was directly connected to the soundboard, which explains why the sound quality is top notch.
Listen to the full concert below.