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Let us not forget this article in Le Point where an anonymous "journalist" (actually from the world's oldest news agency AFP-Agence France Presse) informs us that what disapointed the audience in Carhaix was the fact that he played mostly new songs from his forthcoming album Tempest. http://www.lepoint.fr/culture/vieilles- ... 8181_3.php
the same in Le Figaro and L'Express, almost verbatim. They all took it from the AFP-report.
Here is a terrible (Bing) web-translated attempt:End of concert, the champion of the "protest song" played Like a Rolling Stone, All Along the Watchtower or still Blowin' in the Wind, his anti-war song which will be covered as an anthem in the 1960s by opponents of the American commitment to the Viet Nam.
Bob Dylan, undisputed master of American popular music, the full at the Vieilles Charrues, centre Bretagne, where more than 50,000 people from listening to the pioneer of the committed song, remained on their hunger.
At the age of 71, the legend alive, wearing white, a pants blaser Navy Blue and a large white hat flat, acclaimed in its entry on the great stage Glenmor, ensured the promotion of his upcoming album without meet the expectations of the public.
The interpreter of "Hurricane" moved to the rising input clavier, the outstanding related to the instrument that he would choose to play to accompany his vocals to the more raucous voice that never.
The public, from 7 to 77 years, was amassed by the end of the concert of singer-songwriter Santigold, transforming the plain of Kerampuilh in a policy Woodstock breton.
Skin reddened by the Sun, lying on the ground on the prairie where there was little grass, fans, who for some in smoked a little, listened without enthusiasm last Dylan compositions, which will be present in "Tempest".
The pop star was released on 11 September her 35th studio album which will coincide with the 50th anniversary of the release of the first album of the singer, which included standards of American folk and two original compositions.
End of concert, the champion of the "protest song" played Like a Rolling Stone, All Along the Watchtower or still Blowin' in the Wind, his anti-war song which will be covered as an anthem in the 1960s by opponents of the American commitment to the Viet Nam.
But times have changed for the singer-songwriter who refused the presence of photographers in the pit at the edge of the stage, allowing shots and wide video that plan show uptake from the public.
Two days earlier, Robert Allen Zimmerman, the name of civil status of Bob Dylan, pushed the program by requiring singing at 20 H 50 instead of 18 H 00 as expected. The band Garbage reversed his performance with the author of Mister Tambourine Man.
Last year, American musician Lou Reed, age 70, programmed to the 20th anniversary of the ploughs, appeared as the shadow of himself had a disappointing performance.