Sunday, October 24, 2004

On a personal note

I got a chance to see Bob play the other night. He was tight. The tracks I liked the most were "Most Likely You Go Your Way (And I'll Go Mine)", "Tell Me That It Isn't True," and "Cold Irons Bound." The set was relatively short, 16 songs. Dylan played keyboard the entire time, with his back toward half the audience. His voice was raspy as hell but on the mark. Stuart Kimball provided some strong anchor solo work on guitar...

This is the first Dylan show I caught post-Charlie Sexton. Sexton's guitar work on Lucinda Williams' Essence album was incredible. I think he's working on his own thing now down in Austin.


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