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Bob Dylan 970213 in Kurashiki, Japan

Date: Mon, 17 Feb 1997 14:37:37 +0900 (JST)
From: Ryutaro Sue 
Subject: Dylan at Kurashiki

February 13 ,1997 in Kurashiki


 1.Crash On The Levee (Down in the flood)
 2.If you see her,say hello
 3.All along the watchtower
 4.Just like a woman
 5.It takes a lot to laugh, it takes a train to cry
 7.Babe , it ain't no lie @
 8.Mr.Tambourine man @
 9.Ballad of Hollis Brown @
10.Don't think twice, it's all right @
11.I'll remember you
12.Maggie's farm

13.Like a rolling stone
14.It ain't me, babe @
15.Rainy day women #12&35

I was born and brought up in Okayama ,Kurashiki is one part of Okayama.
Foreign musician rarely came here.
So I was very surprised at Bob playing at Kurashiki.

I had seen this tour third times in Tokyo.
But I wanted to see the show in my hometown.
So I went back Okayama ,it takes 6 hours by train,with no ticket.

It was also good show
Unusually,4 songs were played in acoustic set
Maggie's farm was hard R&R . sound like rolling thunder review version.
At encore some audience rushed to the stage .
Bob shake hands with one of them.

Ryutaro Sue (Tokyo University)

Subject: 13 - Kurashiki, Japan(2) From: Hirosi Yosizawa Date: Fri, 14 Feb 1997 08:12:01 +0900 There was a very fortunate Japanese woman. Bob Dylan went to her, play a guitar, and sang a song. That was of an encore. Bob Dylan smiled at her. Bob Dylan poured a finger several times for her. Bob Dylan threw kiss. Then Bob Dylan shook hands with her. Audience envious. She did a great deep emotion. She didn't speak with back of a concert, anyone. She was very exciting. ------------------------------------------- Hirosi Yosizawa ( --------------------------------------------