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Thought I was in the "name this tune" show. Although Bob Dylan is an accomplished song writer and musician, he has little stage presence and maybe has no regard, really, as to what an audience would like to hear. He apparently changes up his songs to please himself but failed to entertain the rest of us. The band was rockin’ but what is the point of hearing the iconic artist of such wonderful songs go off into some alter musical reality? I love Bob Dylan but like a lot of renowned folks who hate to retire, it's simply time. Bye Bob, I'll continue to love your songs on recordings and not pay $200 for inarticulate, narcissistic machinations.
Markus Perez from Houston, Texas
NOT SO GOOD
Sorry but you Dylan fans are probably not going to like this. That concert in Sugar Land, TX sucked. Dylan has always mumbled but it was difficult to make out anything he sang, especially when his band, which one can tell is very talented, drowned him out on half the songs (lead guitar). In addition, none of his songs sounded like any of the vinyl records I still own. It is fine to change things up and re-compose for a live audience but sheesh, you could tell he was in his seventies and just doesn't have it any longer. Can't believe we blew that much money on center seats orchestra. Absolutely cannot recommend seeing him.
I'm a life long fan and just don't understand the other gaga reviews. The guy needs to retire. God knows he doesn't need the money.
CDM from Houston, Texas
DYLAN AT SMART FINANCIAL, SUGAR LAND
Not what you would hope for, nor expect. I would say
disappointing, but nothing should be unexpected from Dylan. He
has morphed himself so often over the years, changing styles
and screwing around with songs until they're practically
unrecognizable. It's a shame to me however. So many good
songs, unsung, left of the set list. The ones he keeps, as said,
changed and, unfortunately, not very good.
Save your money. Listen to his old stuff and be happy with it.
Larry Walker from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
YOU GET WHAT HE GIVES YOU
I went to the Heinz Hall show in Pittsburgh
with high hopes but low expectations. My
expectations were barely met. After the
show I came to this realization. Dylan
doesn't give you what you want. He doesn't
even try to figure out what you want and get
it wrong. He doesn't care. He gives you what
he wants - take it or leave it. I didn't like it
but wasn't surprised.
Scott Smith from Santa Barbara, California
The band was great...but, seriously, his voice is completely shot...and I would challenge anyone to tell me they could understand a word he uttered the entire evening. He's a legend....but, at 78, he's no performer. Sorry, that's the truth.
Mike Lane from St. Louis, Missouri
His band sounded good, his harmonica playing was still mostly good. I couldn't understand more than a few words that came out of his mouth, growling garbled noises was all I heard. I couldn't recognize any of his songs. It was still fun because it's been years since we have been to a concert. So if your just going for a good time you don't mind hearing all of his old songs changed into 12 bar blues that are mostly unrecognizable then go to the garden party you wont recognize his songs but you will know his name. "but it's alright now learned my lesson well ya see you can't please everyone so ya got to please yourself." He seemed to please only himself.
Neal from East Northport,NY
DYLAN AT THE BEACON 11/26/2019
My wife and I are big Dylan fans but last night was very disappointing.
Unfortunately his voice is gone and he changed the arrangements so much it was hard to recognize any songs.
The concert started around 8PM and was suppose to go til around 10 but my wife and I agreed and we left at 9
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