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PostPosted: Sat May 18th, 2019, 06:40 GMT 

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Don't Think Twice It's All Right 12 April 2019 Grand Rex Paris


'Bob's singing is good, and in most of the songs the lyrics come
across very clearly. The harmonica is back for several numbers, and
happily Bob's moved away from the arpeggio 3 or 4 note repetitive type of
playing that had become a feature in the last few years - his harp playing
is more diverse and interesting tonight.
Many of the arrangements bear little or no resemblance to the original
tunes - but we've come to expect that. I detect a wee hint of the old
"upsinging" in Make You Feel My Love, but despite that it's delivered with
feeling and passion. Bob's singing is generally pretty good throughout.
The band are all in fine form, and appear to be enjoying the gig. Bob
turns to say a few words to one or more of them at the end of nearly every
number - sometimes shuffling right across the stage to Tony and George and
back again to the piano.'
(Review by Jim Borrows on BobLinks)

'Though I found him less
intense than yesterday he is excellent in his expressions.“Don’t think
twice” is again holding the breath of the audience. Not a word is heard
from the Fans.I move one more step for the encore but no one will be able
to reach the rail.Bob’s face is white and his eyes had been shrinking
somehow.I am not sure how much he can see. But he is rarely looking at the
public anyway.He is leaving the stage as the Band keeps on playing. A
routine by now.That was again an excellent performance.'
(Review by Laurette Maillet on BobLinks)

PostPosted: Mon May 20th, 2019, 16:09 GMT 
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Amazing! Great sound, great picture, and a great performance.

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