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If you didn't know Bob's material from last year's Rough and Rowdy Ways, I can understand that this show could've been frustrating to some, because Bob does not enunciate perhaps quite as clearly as many rock singers. That said, the two of the four people in my group who were completely unfamiliar with his new songs still had a brilliant time. The group was on fire. Bob stood on almost every song. He even joked a bit, introduced the band, etc. For as frail as I think he is, he was quite animated. I thought he sang better than he has in years. This band is as good as any he's had since The Band. Most of the material from the new album is stellar. Performances of particular note were "I Contain Multitudes", "I've Made Up My Mind", Goodbye Jimmy Reed", "Most Likely You'll Go Your Way", "False Prophet", "Key West", and a scorching "Gotta Serve Somebody" that blew away any other version I've ever heard. We had a great time and Bob did not disappoint.
Gary from Ft. Lauderdale FL
THE MAN. THE POETRY. WHAT HE STANDS FOR. GET IT?
Bob Dylan is not an entertainer. If you want to be entertained go see Rocky. If you want a pretty voice dust off your Linda Ronstadt albums. If you want to be in the presence of an artist and a poet who has given so much to our troubled world then go see Bob. I was raised KKK. Bob's early songs (Hattie Carol) saved me from a life of bigotry and hatred. He's been my role model. No matter the scratchy voice and low energy. After all he's 80! Give him a break. I've seen him 75 times throughout my life including The Beacon in 2019 and last November. He's as awesome as ever just in a slightly different way. If you can't dig it then don't come back. Bob doesn't need your approval anyway.
Bill Hoffman from Mudjimba, Australia
If you went to this concert wanting to hear Dylan sing 60s protest songs that’s on you. Flew across from LA for this concert in Memphis and it didn’t disappoint and by the reaction from those around me they enjoyed the show as much as I did. I arrived with no expectations other than to see a Dylan concert before he stopped performing. What I got was non-stop delivery by the master, strong of voice and backed by a rock solid band and tight arrangement.
Every three or four songs he stood up, acknowledged the audience and got back at it.
Beautiful theatre, great acoustics and really a performance that exceeded expectations.
S. Costa from Middletown,Connecticut
THE SPIRIT OF 76
MY husband and I spent 220.00 each for good seats right behind the sound technicians ..we were dead
Center and had a great view of Bob and the band. The show began PROMPTLY on the dot of 8:00 which I felt
was courteous to the crowd who continued to dribble in nonstop throughout the show which is always so
annoying. The crowd was friendly, courteous and really pleasant where we were. I was annoyed by this one
girl in the front row who danced and played with her hair while standing for the entire show. We were
thrilled with his voice which sounded better than ever and his band is wonderful appreciated a nice encore
but really would have liked a " hello" or a goodbye" from him...and also did expect at least one of,his big
songs at the encore ..like LIKE A ROLLING STONE or MR TANBORINE MAN. All in all, we loved him and felt
like we had a real,treat to be treasured for many years to come!
Patrick Easterling from New York, New York
THANK YOU, BOB DYLAN!
“Precious memories, how they linger
How they ever flood my soul
In the stillness, of the midnight
Precious sacred scenes unfold”
Tonight Dylan shares some memories with
us, in his own way – the memories floods his
soul. Like when he makes us listen to a
renewed and melancholic “Like A Rolling
Stone”, in a version where he stops and
starts, amplifies the final words of each
verse, making the existential strength of the
refrain even stronger, one of the highlights
of the night. Another highlight, maybe THE
highlight of the evening, is his almost solo
piano version of the now hymnlike version
of “Don´t Think Twice, It´s All Right”. Each
verse gets ovations, his voice is strong, he
paints each line like it´s a masterpiece, and
he roars the ending words as powerful as
ever. It´s difficult for me to name one
version of this song that´s made a deeper
impression. To tell the truth, I copied the
above, but I can't write or think as well! But
me and the wife's 5th show in 35 years!
Jay Dee from Utica, New York
ZIMMERMAN AT THE STANLEY. A GOOD SHOW AND A GOOD TIME!
Robert Zimmerman can't be fit into boxes. A wise fan doesn't go to his concerts seeking exact renditions of fifty or sixty year old songs. Bob at the Stanley last night was his old irascible self with a new or different take on "old" new? songs. The last time I saw him was with Willy Nelson in Cooperstown in 'o4. Back then he was starting concerts with "Sweet Marie". Last night started with "Things Have Changed" and sequed into ditties with updated versions and twists. It Ain't Me Babe, Simple Twist of Fate, When I Paint My Masterpiece, were all garrulous and conversational with heavy bass overtones. He was lucid and clear voiced throughout but he was sans guitar and although he blew a harmonica frequently, seeing him again on the twelve string would have been nice. No one seemed to care that we were most of us old last night, we're younger than that now. As the required encore Blowing in the Wind played, we were blowing with Bob. Can that ever be a bad thing?! Thanks again Robert!
Kathy from Arlington, Texas
My first time to see Bob Dylan. The venue is
lovely. Good restaurants nearby. I was
disappointed Bob Dylan did not play Knocking
On Heavens Door. The arrangements of his
songs were greatly different from the
originals, so hard to recognize. Still a wonderful
show seeing a rock legend.
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