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PostPosted: Wed April 24th, 2019, 01:21 GMT 
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A Somewhat “Smaller” Venue

29 Apr 2019 - Monday

Santiago de Compostela, Spain
Pavillon Multiusos Fontes do Sar

Showtime: 9:00 pm
Capacity: 5,824


This is the 19th show of the 2019 Never Ending Tour


Previous 2019 shows:
18 Europe Spring


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El enfado de Bob Dylan
El cantante interrumpe un concierto en Viena y se encara con el público por sacarle una fotografía con el móvil: "Podemos tocar o podemos posar"
Redacción 20.04.2019


Aquellos que hayan conseguido entrada para algunos de los conciertos que ofrecerá Bob Dylan en España „entre ellos el que dará en Santiago el próximo día 29„ y quieran hacer una foto con su móvil del músico y premio Nobel de Literatura (recogido por Patty Smith) igual se meten en un lío de los gordos. Puede encontrarse con que el propio Dylan detenga el concierto y le eche una bronca inolvidable. Eso fue, precisamente, lo que le pasó el martes pasado a los asistentes al concierto que Bob Dylan ofreció en Viena.

La norma del músico, muy poco dado a efusiones sobre el escenario, era limitar en todo lo posible que le tomasen fotografías durante los conciertos. El público recibe una advertencia por los altavoces de que allí no se pueden hacer fotos y que, en caso de que los pillen en plena fechoría pueden requisarle el móvil y entregárselo luego a la salida. Si no entrega el móvil, se va del concierto.

La revista Rolling Stone cuenta el caso de la actuación del año pasado en el Beaco Theatre de Nueva York en la que los acomodadores recorríen los pasillos con linternas y enfocaban a quien vieran con un teléfono en ristre. La misma publicación musical añade que por lo menos no ha llegado al límite del músico jack White o del cómico Chris Rock, en cuyas actuaciones sólo se puede entrar con su móvil dentro de una bolsa sellada.

El pasado martes Dylan decidió cortar por lo sano. En vez de dejar que sus servicios de seguridad hicieran el trabajo, intervino él mismo.

Había empezado a cantar una de sus canciones más conocidas Blowing in the wind cuando de repente se detuvo. Apenas había cantado un verso. Luego dijo algo que no le entendieron muy bien y dió unos pasos hacia atrás, como retirándose. Entonces tropezó con un amplificador, perdió el equilibrio y casi se cae de espaldas. Trastabilleando se apoyó en la batería y un guitarrista le ayudó a recuperar la vertical.

Entonces, de vuelta al micrófono, cabreado, ya dijo claramente qué era lo que le había puesto tan furioso. El tono que utilizó, según la crónica de la revista Rolling Stone fue que "ladró". Les dijo a los fans: "Podemos tocar o podemos posar. ¿De acuerdo?". Luego, antes de desaparecer sin despedirse, interpretó It´ s takes a lot to laugh, it´ s takes a train to cry. Fue la banda la que terminó el show con una versión instrumental de Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues. Es el número final de toda esta gira del músico.

Como no hay mal que por bien no venga, los fans de Dylan han anotado que al menos escucharon su voz (canciones aparte) porque hace ya tiempo que no se dirige para nada a sus seguidores. Calculan que hace unos dos años que dejó siquiera de presentar a la banda que le acompañaba.

La gira española de Dylan que está a punto de comenzar incluirá ocho conciertos. El músico regresará a España „en el marco de la gira internacional Neverending Tour, que arrancó en 1988 y desde entonces no se detiene„ y hará parada en la comunidad gallega. Quince años después de su primera actuación en Santiago, el premio Nobel de Literatura 2016 repetirá en la capital gallega con un concierto el 29 de abril en el Multiusos do Sar.

El alcalde de Santiago, Martiño Noriega, destacaba hace unos meses, durante el anuncio del concierto, "el lujo de contar en Compostela con este músico, que viene de hacer historia ganando el premio Nobel de Literatura". Además, en su momento destacó que "se avanza en el objetivo de recuperar" el Fontes do Sar para grandes eventos musicales más allá de los deportivos.

En esta línea, el gerente del Multiusos, Antón Antelo Lema, explicaba ese mismo día que "el objetivo del complejo es traer a Santiago artistas internacionales que generen impacto, no solo económico, sino también social".


https://www.laopinioncoruna.es/vida-y-e ... 94795.html



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as web translated:

The anger of Bob Dylan
The singer interrupts a concert in Vienna and faces the public by taking a picture with his cell phone: "We can play or we can pose"
Drafting 20.04.2019


Those who have gotten entry for some of the concerts that Bob Dylan will offer in Spain "including the one he will give in Santiago next day 29" and want to take a picture with his cell phone of the musician and Nobel Prize for Literature (picked up by Patty Smith) They get into a mess of fat people anyway. You may find that Dylan himself stops the concert and throws an unforgettable row. That was precisely what happened last Tuesday to the audience at the concert that Bob Dylan offered in Vienna.

The norm of the musician, very little given to effusions on the stage, was to limit as much as possible that he took pictures during the concerts. The public receives a warning over the loudspeakers that there cannot be photos taken and that, in case they are caught in the middle of a crime, they can seize the mobile phone and hand it over to the exit. If he does not hand in his cell phone, he leaves the concert.

Rolling Stone magazine tells the story of last year's performance at the Beacon Theater in New York in which the ushers walked the corridors with flashlights and focused on who they saw with a telephone in their hands. The same musical publication adds that at least it has not reached the limit of the musician Jack White or the comedian Chris Rock, whose performances can only be entered with his mobile phone inside a sealed bag.

Last Tuesday, Dylan decided to cut to the chase. Instead of letting his security services do the work, he intervened.

He had started singing one of his best known songs Blowing in the Wind when he suddenly stopped. He had hardly sung a verse. Then he said something that did not understand him very well and took a few steps back, as if withdrawing. Then he tripped on an amplifier, lost his balance and almost fell on his back. Trastabilleando leaned on the drums and a guitarist helped him recover the vertical.

Then, back to the microphone, pissed off, he already said clearly what it was that had made him so furious. The tone he used, according to the Chronicle of Rolling Stone magazine was that "barked." He told the fans: "We can play or we can pose, okay?" Then, before disappearing without saying goodbye, he interpreted It's a lot to laugh, it's a train to cry. It was the band that ended the show with an instrumental version of Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues. It's the final number of this whole tour of the musician.

As there is no harm that does not come well, Dylan fans have noted that at least they heard his voice (songs apart) because it has been going for a long time to his followers. They calculate that about two years ago he stopped even presenting the band that accompanied him.

Dylan's Spanish tour that is about to begin will include eight concerts. The musician will return to Spain "in the framework of the international tour Neverending Tour, which started in 1988 and since then does not stop" and will make a stop in the Galician community. Fifteen years after his first performance in Santiago, the 2016 Nobel Prize for Literature will be repeated in the Galician capital with a concert on April 29 at the Multiusos do Sar.

The mayor of Santiago, Martiño Noriega, highlighted a few months ago, during the announcement of the concert, "the luxury of having this musician in Compostela, who comes from making history by winning the Nobel Prize for Literature". In addition, at the time stressed that "progress is being made in the goal of recovering" the Fontes do Sar for major musical events beyond sports.

In this line, the manager of the Multipurpose, Antón Antelo Lema, explained that same day that "the objective of the complex is to bring to Santiago international artists that generate impact, not only economic, but also social".


https://www.laopinioncoruna.es/vida-y-e ... 94795.html


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PostPosted: Wed April 24th, 2019, 17:54 GMT 
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Last time he played here:

Monte do Gozo
Santiago de Compostela, Spain
17 July 2004
Xacobeo Festival 2004

1. Maggie's Farm
2. Watching The River Flow
3. Seeing The Real You At Last
4. Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues
5. Tweedle Dee & Tweedle Dum
6. I Don't Believe You (She Acts Like We Never Have Met)
7. Highway 61 Revisited
8. Boots Of Spanish Leather
9. High Water (For Charley Patton)
10. Summer Days

11. Mr. Tambourine Man
12. Like A Rolling Stone
13. All Along The Watchtower


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PostPosted: Mon April 29th, 2019, 06:45 GMT 
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I am boycotting all future dignified thoughts
until the song Mr. Springsteen based,
his 'hello sunshine' on comes forward
from my brain because it is so close to
being named I am turgid! with anger at myself

and I have yelled enough into the computer

reading the besotted altiloquent reviews
of our new found western frontier!
-- thesaurus slapback at 'ya! Dodge that!

"oh yea?! POSE OR PLAY
-- POSE OR PLAY, I SAY!!
I AIN'T GONNA SING!!!
Know your industry
buckskin! Strophic?
Yea, -- strophic,
like Squier!
great dude!!--
Bruce even told you guys
the influence
and you won't listen!"



I give it two more days till someone like at Hoffman will spaketh


https://www.spin.com/2019/04/bruce-spri ... ck-review/

https://variety.com/2018/music/news/bru ... 203078221/


western, fine! I have no idea who would be influenced by gunfighter ballads and trail songs!

"Don't Worry"- Marty Robbins - 1961
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n5lvuafHUpA

Don't worry 'bout me, it's all over now
Though I may be blue, I'll manage somehow
Love can't be explained, can't be controlled
One day it's warm, next day it's cold




Squier - "With the Stooges Brass Band...
New Orleans City Park, Saturday November 2, 2013"
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xJGch9draPI


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PostPosted: Mon April 29th, 2019, 11:58 GMT 
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Have fun tonight, attendees!


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PostPosted: Mon April 29th, 2019, 13:24 GMT 
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Still Go Barefoot wrote:
Have fun tonight, attendees!


And have some dignity ;)


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PostPosted: Mon April 29th, 2019, 13:25 GMT 

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Or according to bobschool have some Bruce.

Let the sun shine on your face.


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PostPosted: Mon April 29th, 2019, 17:30 GMT 
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Got it!

swear on a stack of gene vincent records
got it one hour after my post but just posting now



to see that rolling stone https://www.rollingstone.com/music/musi ... ch-805169/

and men's health. https://www.menshealth.com/entertainmen ... -sunshine/

is all over the yeehaw agenda.

i mean country trap http://time.com/5561466/lil-nas-x-old-t ... billboard/


and everyone calls it now
'influenced by' not
'repeated up to the legal limit'


Bruce, I mean Ron Perry is like, so hip!



to this chinese artificial intelligence
TikTok takeover, huh.
been reading about
how people in intelligence in dc
worried about it.
silly.



Harry Nilsson - Everybody's Talkin' ( tv - 1969) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2AzEY6ZqkuE


Fred Neil - Everybody's Talkin' (1967) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WBAOjKBLpqo



Image
"Cover art for Lil Nas X's 2018 single "Old Town Road - Columbia"


Image
"This is the cover art for Western Stars by the artist Bruce Springsteen.
The cover art copyright is believed to belong to the label, Columbia, or the graphic artist(s)."





Rick Jarrard - High Coin (Gold Star Studio) (Van Dyke Parks) (1965)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b5Ei4aYSu3U


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PostPosted: Mon April 29th, 2019, 20:02 GMT 

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bobschool wrote:
I am boycotting all future dignified thoughts
until the song Mr. Springsteen based,
his 'hello sunshine' on comes forward
from my brain because it is so close to
being named I am turgid! with anger at myself

and I have yelled enough into the computer

reading the besotted altiloquent reviews
of our new found western frontier!
-- thesaurus slapback at 'ya! Dodge that!

"oh yea?! POSE OR PLAY
-- POSE OR PLAY, I SAY!!
I AIN'T GONNA SING!!!
Know your industry
buckskin! Strophic?
Yea, -- strophic,
like Squier!
great dude!!--
Bruce even told you guys
the influence
and you won't listen!"



I give it two more days till someone like at Hoffman will spaketh


https://www.spin.com/2019/04/bruce-spri ... ck-review/

https://variety.com/2018/music/news/bru ... 203078221/


western, fine! I have no idea who would be influenced by gunfighter ballads and trail songs!

"Don't Worry"- Marty Robbins - 1961
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n5lvuafHUpA

Don't worry 'bout me, it's all over now
Though I may be blue, I'll manage somehow
Love can't be explained, can't be controlled
One day it's warm, next day it's cold




Squier - "With the Stooges Brass Band...
New Orleans City Park, Saturday November 2, 2013"
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xJGch9draPI



To me the new Springsteen song sounds like it's made with two spoons of "Good Time Charlie's Got The Blues" and one dash of "Everybody's Talking."


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PostPosted: Mon April 29th, 2019, 20:52 GMT 
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Staid in Mississippi wrote:
bobschool wrote:
I am boycotting all future dignified thoughts
until the song Mr. Springsteen based,
his 'hello sunshine' on comes forward
from my brain because it is so close to
being named I am turgid! with anger at myself

and I have yelled enough into the computer

reading the besotted altiloquent reviews
of our new found western frontier!
-- thesaurus slapback at 'ya! Dodge that!

"oh yea?! POSE OR PLAY
-- POSE OR PLAY, I SAY!!
I AIN'T GONNA SING!!!
Know your industry
buckskin! Strophic?
Yea, -- strophic,
like Squier!
great dude!!--
Bruce even told you guys
the influence
and you won't listen!"



I give it two more days till someone like at Hoffman will spaketh


https://www.spin.com/2019/04/bruce-spri ... ck-review/

https://variety.com/2018/music/news/bru ... 203078221/


western, fine! I have no idea who would be influenced by gunfighter ballads and trail songs!

"Don't Worry"- Marty Robbins - 1961
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n5lvuafHUpA

Don't worry 'bout me, it's all over now
Though I may be blue, I'll manage somehow
Love can't be explained, can't be controlled
One day it's warm, next day it's cold




Squier - "With the Stooges Brass Band...
New Orleans City Park, Saturday November 2, 2013"
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xJGch9draPI



To me the new Springsteen song sounds like it's made with two spoons of "Good Time Charlie's Got The Blues" and one dash of "Everybody's Talking."


What's the problem folks?
Springsteen is cool. The song Hello Sunshine is lovely and the Boss informed at the right time about his influences. When 2006 Modern Times came out, Bob at first informed nobody about his obvious influences or almost one-to-one copies (Someday Baby, Rollin' And Tumblin' etc). And by the way, I love Modern Times.


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PostPosted: Mon April 29th, 2019, 21:08 GMT 
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Any news about the show in Santiago de Compostela?


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PostPosted: Mon April 29th, 2019, 21:46 GMT 

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[/quote]
What's the problem folks?
Springsteen is cool. The song Hello Sunshine is lovely and the Boss informed at the right time about his influences. When 2006 Modern Times came out, Bob at first informed nobody about his obvious influences or almost one-to-one copies (Someday Baby, Rollin' And Tumblin' etc). And by the way, I love Modern Times.[/quote]

No problem at all. Just saying those songs sounded like influences on the new Springsteen song. Looking forward to the new record.


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PostPosted: Mon April 29th, 2019, 21:59 GMT 

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Santiago de Compostela, Spain
Pavillon Multiusos Fontes do Sar
April 29, 2019

1. Things Have Changed
2. It Ain't Me, Babe
3. Highway 61 Revisited
4. Simple Twist Of Fate
5. Dignity
6. When I Paint My Masterpiece
7. Honest With Me
8. Tryin' To Get To Heaven
9. Scarlet Town
10. Make You Feel My Love
11. Pay In Blood
12. Like A Rolling Stone
13. Early Roman Kings
14. Don't Think Twice, It's All Right
15. Love Sick
16. Thunder On The Mountain
17. Soon After Midnight
18. Gotta Serve Somebody

(encore)
19. Blowin' In The Wind
20. It Takes A Lot To Laugh, It Takes A Train To Cry


Thanks to Siobhain & Che for the email.

Set lists, reviews, and information on
upcoming concerts can be found on the Bob Links
Tour Infomation page located at:
http://www.boblinks.com

Bob Links Main Page:
http://www.boblinks.com


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PostPosted: Mon April 29th, 2019, 22:05 GMT 

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Bob said "Cry" deserves a reprieve,
"Dignity" was the first to leave........


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PostPosted: Tue April 30th, 2019, 00:32 GMT 
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“Tryin to read a letter that somebody wrote...”


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PostPosted: Tue April 30th, 2019, 05:35 GMT 
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cool everything's cool Atzmann

and Staid, yea o'keefe sounds right, good point,
so what's not to like, right,
hope gordo gets a shout out on the lp, square the circle.

just a shiksa in a strange land, thanks y'all


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PostPosted: Wed May 1st, 2019, 16:11 GMT 
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Find this Dignity from Santiago: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GY43h6d ... e=youtu.be


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http://bigozine2.com/roio/?p=4468 - full show ... ROIO styles


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PostPosted: Mon June 24th, 2019, 17:29 GMT 
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^ Quick review of the recording up above.

First off, ... as always, ... best if played loud as possible. Simply played off a phone doesn't do justice.

Simple Twist - Inspired singing & harp.

Dignity - fun & obviously new to set

Masterpiece - Top notch. As with all of these songs - they are played same as last fall, yet different in various ways.
... Performance really takes off once the whole band trickles on in.

Scarlet Town - Starts off kinda low energy, but takes off from the word, "BORN .. ORN .. orn .." which is given an echo effect. ... Echo effect continues on various words throughout the rest of the song and Egyptian type grooves added and all held together by excellent percussions.

Like A Rolling Stone - similar to last fall, but faster tempo and more notes sprinkled in that sound like the original recording. ... Crowd loves it and claps along. High energy all around.

Don't Think Twice - Stunning vocals. ... Octave changes & perfectly pitched. ... Great harp as well. Another crowd pleaser for sure.

Love Sick - Very strong performance ... especially the vocals. Echo effect returns & is very well executed.

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Whole show is worth the while. .... What I just wrote is what stood out to me after listening to it yesterday.

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Hope all that check it out enjoy it as much as I did.

Great times!

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