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17. OCTOBER 2009
Phoenix / Arizona  -  Arizona State Fair - Arizona Veterans Memorial Coliseum




REVIEWS

Bob Links




Review by Howard Weiner

Donnie let his trumpet blow as I caught my first Beyond Here Lies Nothing. Love Sick was a thrill in the sixth hole, and Charlie’s crackling leads made If You Ever Go to Houston delectable. Dylan was prancing around and jiggling behind the organ (first three songs he was on the electric gee-tar). Dylan swaggered to the center of the stage, harp in hand, and delivered an animated lead-singer production of Workingman’s Blues. He waggled his finger at the crowd as he preached the chorus, demanding his boots and shoes. Thunder on the Mountain was wild and wooly, Sexton tore it up. Staring at Thunder Mountain in Sedona for two days, I looked forward to seeing Thunder, but also realized the show was about over. Dylan wrapped up his brief fairground outing with Ballad of a Thin Man and the same old encore trifecta. Concert over at 8:30, it was obvious to this observer that Dylan had to adhere to a time slot restriction. It was a shame because he had his mojo working.

Review by Tyler
So what's the complaint?  Well, I was at the show a week earlier in Berkeley, which seemed to be of a higher rank than this one.  Last week, Bob played a lot more harp, seeming to just jump in for some unplanned solos, as well as moving around the stage frequently.  And last week, the new band and level of musical commitment from Dylan was a surprise, while I expected as much this week.  Even this night of music, with a handful of spine-tingling moments, left me wanting more. I mean, geez, if I am this jaded a week after one show, it explains the multitudes waiting for Dylan to return to his folksinger form of the the early 60s, or the thin wild mercury music with The Band, let alone the multiple musical personas worn in the decades since. So unless you are the type who is able to always hear with new ears, just stop reading this - stop trying to anticipate, and just go see our musical treasure.
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HIGHLIGHTS
Love Sick
Thunder On The Mountain


BOOTLEG

Bob Dylan
Arizona Stae Fair, Phoenix 
17 October 2009

Bob Dylan in Phoenix 2009 - Bootlegcover

2 CDR
Greenie 44 Recording
Complete show


ARTWORK
Lewis & stewART CD Artwork 2009

 


SETLIST

1. Cat´s In The Well 
2. Lay Lady Lay
(Bob on guitar)
 3. I´ll Be Your Baby Tonight
(Bob on guitar)
4. Beyond Here Lies Nothin'
(Donnie on trumpet)
5. Stuck Inside Of Mobile With The Memphis Blues Again
6. Love Sick
7. If You Ever Go To Houston
8. Highway 61 Revisited
9. Workingman's Blues #2
(Bob center stage on harp)
10. Thunder On The Mountain
11. Ballad Of A Thin Man
(Bob center stage on harp)
12. Like A Rolling Stone
13. Jolene
14. All Along The Watchtower 


MUSICIANS


Bob Dylan 
 
Harp, Guitar
Vocals

Stu Kimball
Guitar

Charlie Sexton
Lead Guitar

Donnie Herron
  Violine, Mandoline
Pedal Steel, Banjo

Tony Garnier 
 
Bass, Stand up Bass

George Recile
 
Drums


SOME PICS

Bob Dylan Picture
Gallery 2009