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Bob Dylan 2001.04.28 in Charlotte

Date: 28 Apr 2001 22:39:47 -0700
X-Sent: 29 Apr 2001 05:39:47 GMT
Subject: Charlotte Setlist and Review


Just got back from tonight's (now last night's) show and wanted to 
pass along the setlist and a brief review.

David Snively

Setlist for Charlotte, April 28, 2001

1. Roving Gambler (acoustic)
2. My Back Pages (w/ harp)(acoustic)
3. It's Alright, Ma (I'm Only Bleeding)(acoustic)
4. Don't Think Twice, It's All Right(acoustic)
5. Searching for a Soldier's Grave(acoustic)
6. Country Pie
7. Seeing the Real You at Last
8. Standing in the Doorway
9. Wicked Messenger (w/ harp)
10. Leopard-Skin Pillbox Hat
11. Things Have Changed
12. Like a Rolling Stone
13. If Dogs Run Free (acoustic - Larry and Charlie electric guitars)
14. All Along the Watchtower
15. Knockin' on Heaven's Door (acoustic)
16. Highway 61
17. Blowin' in the Wind (acoustic)

The show tonight was part of the Charlotte CenterCity Fest, a
three-day event with lots of vendors and four stages of music.
The Black Crowes played after Bob Dylan on the same stage, and
the String Cheese Incident was playing on a separate stage
simultaneously, among a host of other acts. It was a very
crowded event, but the show itself seemed to go off without a
hitch. Dylan was supposed to start at 8:30, but he actually
started early at about 8:15 - he had an hour and a half allotted
to him, but he played longer, till almost 10:00.

And I thought he played very well, too. The last time I saw him
was on the first part of the tour with Paul Simon. I liked the
band then, and liked it a whole lot more now. I don't know if
he's pushing them, or they're pushing him, but either way the
result was a fantastic show. For me, the highlights were It's
Alright, Ma (which sounded like a solo number at times, even
when all the instruments were playing together), the
back-to-back Country Pie and Seeing the Real You at Last, and
the entire set of songs played for the encores - but really to
pick out any songs is kind of unfair - the whole show was a

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