uh-oh, did you get in trouble w/ security Carolina?
No Giada. I can say that I had problems with him.
I was in the front row. Don't ask me how it happened again, but there was an available place and I felt that it was mine.
So, I was there just in front of him and his lovely band. First song and I can say that we danced "together" because he smiled at my direction and I started to move my body like dance (everybody was seated) and he did the same on keyboards moving his body.
At the second song "It Ain't Me, Babe" he came on center just in front of me and I took the binoculars.
What a face of disappointment he did.
I felt really sorrow.
No that kind of connection after that. That's all.
When he was playing "Summer days" I took the binoculars, to see the band. No problem. They were all attending Bob, so... I was ok.
Having you explain the experience like this causes me to be able to define what I have felt when others have behaved in the same way toward me. I really can appreciate how Mr. Dylan feels. That is a beautiful apology, Carolina. I wish the persons who did the same thing to me would apologize so eloquently and with such sincerity. It is easy to forgive a truly Repentant Heart, and I feel sure that Mr. Dylan would forgive you if he received your message.
Peggy Night, Thank you very much. After reading your words, I'm feeling better!
The brazilian producer came to us before the show and said that we could take pictures of the four last songs. So I tried. I will show to you what happened. Very interesting pictures, I'm glad with the result. The only good photo is of the last chord of "Blowing in the Wind". You can take your own conclusions. I'm photographer (not paparazzi) and I used to picture musicians. I didn't have my professional camera for obvious reasons, but I never had this kind of experience before. My favorite is the second one.