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Using studio, live and field recordings, this is an impressionistic audio trip to the Hollywood Bowl on October 26, 2012 for a Bob Dylan concert. Along the way we get to know the artist again. The band cooks up a tight enveloping lace of rockabilly over Dylan's gruff but warm vocals. The set is retrospective as fits the artist in his 70s.
Produced and engineered by dj bennett (firstname.lastname@example.org).
With thanks to Louise Bialik, Jason and Sarah, Hassan, Steve, Gary R, Clinton Heylin, Paul Williams, Michael Gray, killradio.org, radio4all.net. This program is presented for educational purposes and is freely shared. Please, comments requested.
The Chill Room, 2 November 2012, at 1100pm PST on killradio.org
160k, 85 minutes, a Chill Room Bob Dylan concert
Bob says he writes his songs now for the people who come to see him in concert. He knows he already reaches the life time fans, but he is anxious to connect with the listener who is curious but hasn't connected yet. But what that means is Bob Dylan still has something to say, something that is worth connecting with and to. Bob Dylan in 2012 is still not a nostalgia act.
Set list: You Ain't Goin' Nowhere / Things Have Changed / Tangled Up in Blue / The Levee's Gonna Break / Make You Feel My Love / Cry A While / Desolation Row / Highway 61 Revisited / Love Sick / Thunder on the Mountain / Ballad of a Thin Man / All Along the Watchtower / Blowing in the Wind
Me I'm still on the road and I'm trying to stay out of the joint, we always had the very same luck but we just saw it from a different point of view, tangled up in blue.