1. Not Dark Yet
2. On A Night Like This
4. You Ain't Goin' Nowhere
5. When The Night Comes Falling From The Sky
6. Hard Times In New York Town (acoustic)
8. Everything Is Broken
10. Summer Days
Thanks to Sergei Petrov and Rene Fontaine for the phone calls.
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Sergei and Rene made a mistake I'm all too familiar with by leaving before the
final two encores, "Band of the Hand (It's Hell Time Man)" and "Where are You
Tonight? (Journey Through the Dark Heat)."
Sorry to disappoint you, DSW, but Dylan waited for almost everyone to leave and
then pulled the band back out for Goin' Down The Road Feelin' Bad. That perverse
sense of humour again.
I also expect him to claim responsibility for the blackouts: "After all, I am the
spokesman for my generation . . . " (ker-plunk!)
You should have stayed a little longer, Ray. For the third encore, Dylan covered the
Trammps. "The Night the Lights Went Out."
Okay, Howells, now someone in this thread is being a wise guy.
"EchoRecords" <echor...@aol.com> wrote in message
If he covered *the Trammps* he could have easily dropped in *Disco Inferno*,
I can see Bob dancing to it!
(not in the darkness, though)
> I fell for this one hook, line and sinker. I immediately sent an email
> to my pal Jim, reproduced here:
> Is Dylan trying to be funny, or what? On the night after the big
> black-out in New York he opens with Not Dark Yet, and every title
> played after that relates in some way to the power failure. Or am I
> reading music into everything??
> And another thing: unless I'm mistaken, and I don't think I am, this
> is the first live performance ever of Hard Times in New York Town, the
> first new offering of a BD tune (songs from 'Love and Theft' excluded)
> since he performed 10,000 Men in November 2000.
Yes, you really felt hok, line and sinker.
Because the last time he performed a never-before-played was *Heavy*, not
*TTM*, if i'm not mistaken.
: >Did you miss the third encore? Bob came out and did a cover of the
: >Youngbloods tune "Darkness, Darkness".
: Okay, Howells, now someone in this thread is being a wise guy.
Yeah, and it's Dylan. He comes out for a fourth encore, does Visions of
Johanna solo acoustic, and it's word-perfect except that he muffs the line
"The ghost of electricity howls in the bones of her face". What the hell?
Seth Kulick "The hypnotic splattered mist was slowly lifting"
University of Pennsylvania - Bob Dylan
Perhaps one reason they didn't sing Dylan songs is that it wasn't Dylan on
stage, but a Charlie Patton imitator hired from the Oscar Vogel talent
Might want to add some of these to make it a full setlist:
Tommorow Is A Long Time
Father Of Night
Too Much Of Nothing
Nothing Was Delivered
Going, Going, Gone
Don't Fall Apart On Me Tonight
I Shall Be Released