Review by Larry Fishman
Bob Dylan. Still as thin as microphone stand, white hat, black suit with
sort of a shiny purply shirt and two glistening rings on both ring
fingers. This was indeed "The Bob Dylan Show" as the ticket
stub says. I've been to a few (okay more than a few) shows and never
have I seen Bob take every single solo. That's every one. When he played
guitar, he played guitar solos. When he played organ, he played organ
solos. The band, tonight at least, was treated as the backing band.
Garnier, Kimball and Freeman all lined up stage right, then Recile and
Heron behind and just supported the boss, No-one stepping forward for a
lead. Bob was certainly hoarse voiced throughout the night, but
passionate, focused and jovial. This was also a night for rocking -
while I usually pine for the ballads and slow songs, not tonight. This
was a hard rocking, pedal to the medal, rock show.
(Bob Links )
Cat´s in the well