A great set-list performed with a back-up band that is akin to Bob Dylan- professional, slick, and always in tune with what's upbeat or slow and meditative. Maybe even one of the best unplugged, even with the (amusing) contradiction of Dylan playing unplugged but with acoustic guitars plugged in, there's a fantastic audience for the music as well, which helps (and yes, color us shocked, he doesn't say a word to the crowd!) Songs include the classics: Like a Rolling Stone, Rainy Day Women, Watchtower, Knockin on Heaven's Door, Tombstone Blues, Desolation Row. And a couple I had never heard before like John Browne and Starlight Sky. It's just a very entertaining show, as Dylan is still just on the edge of not having his voice go the way of a lifetime of cigarettes, in dark shades and in a awesome poka-dot shirt (if that means much). Fans will not be disappointed, and newcomers will tap their feet all 73 minutes!
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