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PostPosted: Sat June 27th, 2015, 21:36 GMT 
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Bout to walk out the door to attend a local beer tasting event. My loyalties divided at this point.


Wait till_after_midnight.


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Bout to walk out the door to attend a local beer tasting event. My loyalties divided at this point.

Do it. We'll let you know what happens...

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PostPosted: Sat June 27th, 2015, 21:37 GMT 
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OK, now get movin, Movin!

Have one for us too!


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I gotta go pick up another growler...
Hold my spot please.


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PostPosted: Sat June 27th, 2015, 21:40 GMT 
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Same set list
..inc Full moon and empty arms & Autumn leaves
Dylan introduced the band too


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PostPosted: Sat June 27th, 2015, 21:41 GMT 
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Baba booey !


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PostPosted: Sat June 27th, 2015, 21:42 GMT 
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Band introduction :shock:
After Autumn Leaves or Love Sick?


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PostPosted: Sat June 27th, 2015, 21:42 GMT 
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zagonga wrote:
Same set list
..inc Full moon and empty arms & Autumn leaves
Dylan introduced the band too


He introduced the band! It's the first sentence he's uttered for like 2 or so years!


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PostPosted: Sat June 27th, 2015, 21:43 GMT 
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Intro before the encore..


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PostPosted: Sat June 27th, 2015, 21:44 GMT 
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That almost makes all this waiting around worth it :shock:


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PostPosted: Sat June 27th, 2015, 21:44 GMT 
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Band intro !!??

That's like the first time since end o 2013.....Brooklyn ? (In da house).


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PostPosted: Sat June 27th, 2015, 21:45 GMT 
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thank so much zagonga!


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PostPosted: Sat June 27th, 2015, 21:49 GMT 
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yeh, big thanks zagonga & er


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PostPosted: Sat June 27th, 2015, 21:51 GMT 
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PostPosted: Sat June 27th, 2015, 21:51 GMT 

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Concert review here: http://zipzp.eu/news.php?u=http://dlvr.it/BLgGtm

SAN DANIELE. If we close our eyes we can still imagine Bob Dylan in there on stage. Dressed in black, with a white hat. Elusive. Always the same and always different. There still seems to hear his Workingmanâ € ™ s blues. We see the night fog fall on the city, the starlight mirrored in the river. We breathe again the magic of an intense and unforgettable evening, which has threatened to jump though, as 14 years ago.

As well as in 2001 in Udine, San Daniele is also shot down a violent storm just before € ™ s start of the concert. It rained incessantly until eight-thirty. Then the sky is gradually cleared and the gates were opened. Bob Dylan started punctual, to be precise with four minutes early, even when people were reaching the grass.

About five thousand spectators, many of whom have heard the first pieces from € ™ outside the stadium Zanussi. Many fans Austrians, who like the Friuli stage to that of Wiesen, Burgenland.

The concert of San Daniele, the first Italian leg € ™ s American artist, has opened with Things Have Changed, which has opened all its live in the past two years. An ingenious piece, describing the bitter sweet taste of success. Written and performed for the film Wonder Boys (directed by Curtis Hanson), in 2001 he was awarded the Oscar for Best Song and a Golden Globe for Best Original Song.
hen She Belongs to Me, in which the refined interventions harmonic alternated with the insistent allusions to a woman witch enchantress, who, in these last 40 years, many have attempted to put a face. Some people prefer to think that Dylan was referring to Joan Baez, someone to Sara Lownds, the woman he later married in November 1965.In lineup also Ovid Beyond Here Lies Nothing, single of 2009 used in the trailer of the second season of True Blood.

Incredibly intense and current blues worker, taken from the € ™ album Modern Times in 2006, clear allusion to the title and to the issues addressed, cinematic masterpiece of Chaplin. Public rave about € ™ s ispiratissimo harmonica solo and the wonderful piano Tangled Up in Blue.

In the lineup it is not even missed a few jazz standards like Autumn Leaves, taken from Shadows in the night, last album in which Dylan has experimented with a repertoire of American classics: Ten pieces of different authors, all even though interpreted by Frank Sinatra in the course of his career. And The Voice Dylan pays tribute with this album.

A faithful reproduction, an act dâ € ™ love and justice to songs which he said over the years have been mistreated. The concerts of the American minstrel are always unpredictable, but in the end there have been pieces that everyone expected, including the pacifist manifesto Blowing in The Wind.

Twenty pieces in the lineup, about two-hour concert, closed to the applause and delight of an audience ecstatic worship. A never-ending story to Bob Dylan, that last night, at the end of the live in San Daniele, went up on his truck- camper to Rome. Then Lucca, Turin, Barcelona, ​​Zaragoza, Madrid, Granada, France, Sweden, Norway, Holland € ™ s, Britain. A date after € ™ s other until the end € ™ s year. It never stops the great, immense Bob.


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PostPosted: Sat June 27th, 2015, 21:52 GMT 
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That was quick


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PostPosted: Sat June 27th, 2015, 21:58 GMT 
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Concert review here: http://zipzp.eu/news.php?u=http://dlvr.it/BLgGtm

SAN DANIELE. If we close our eyes we can still imagine Bob Dylan in there on stage. Dressed in black, with a white hat. Elusive. Always the same and always different. There still seems to hear his Workingmanâ € ™ s blues. We see the night fog fall on the city, the starlight mirrored in the river. We breathe again the magic of an intense and unforgettable evening, which has threatened to jump though, as 14 years ago.

As well as in 2001 in Udine, San Daniele is also shot down a violent storm just before € ™ s start of the concert. It rained incessantly until eight-thirty. Then the sky is gradually cleared and the gates were opened. Bob Dylan started punctual, to be precise with four minutes early, even when people were reaching the grass.

About five thousand spectators, many of whom have heard the first pieces from € ™ outside the stadium Zanussi. Many fans Austrians, who like the Friuli stage to that of Wiesen, Burgenland.

The concert of San Daniele, the first Italian leg € ™ s American artist, has opened with Things Have Changed, which has opened all its live in the past two years. An ingenious piece, describing the bitter sweet taste of success. Written and performed for the film Wonder Boys (directed by Curtis Hanson), in 2001 he was awarded the Oscar for Best Song and a Golden Globe for Best Original Song.
hen She Belongs to Me, in which the refined interventions harmonic alternated with the insistent allusions to a woman witch enchantress, who, in these last 40 years, many have attempted to put a face. Some people prefer to think that Dylan was referring to Joan Baez, someone to Sara Lownds, the woman he later married in November 1965.In lineup also Ovid Beyond Here Lies Nothing, single of 2009 used in the trailer of the second season of True Blood.

Incredibly intense and current blues worker, taken from the € ™ album Modern Times in 2006, clear allusion to the title and to the issues addressed, cinematic masterpiece of Chaplin. Public rave about € ™ s ispiratissimo harmonica solo and the wonderful piano Tangled Up in Blue.

In the lineup it is not even missed a few jazz standards like Autumn Leaves, taken from Shadows in the night, last album in which Dylan has experimented with a repertoire of American classics: Ten pieces of different authors, all even though interpreted by Frank Sinatra in the course of his career. And The Voice Dylan pays tribute with this album.

A faithful reproduction, an act dâ € ™ love and justice to songs which he said over the years have been mistreated. The concerts of the American minstrel are always unpredictable, but in the end there have been pieces that everyone expected, including the pacifist manifesto Blowing in The Wind.

Twenty pieces in the lineup, about two-hour concert, closed to the applause and delight of an audience ecstatic worship. A never-ending story to Bob Dylan, that last night, at the end of the live in San Daniele, went up on his truck- camper to Rome. Then Lucca, Turin, Barcelona, ​​Zaragoza, Madrid, Granada, France, Sweden, Norway, Holland € ™ s, Britain. A date after € ™ s other until the end € ™ s year. It never stops the great, immense Bob.


Thanks. Intense and current blues worker from Modern Times...did he bring back Rollin' and Tumblin'?


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PostPosted: Sat June 27th, 2015, 21:58 GMT 
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Meanwhile Richard Thompson tore it up at Solid Sound at the same time...


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PostPosted: Sat June 27th, 2015, 21:59 GMT 
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steadyrollinman wrote:
Concert review here: http://zipzp.eu/news.php?u=http://dlvr.it/BLgGtm

SAN DANIELE. If we close our eyes we can still imagine Bob Dylan in there on stage. Dressed in black, with a white hat. Elusive. Always the same and always different. There still seems to hear his Workingmanâ € ™ s blues. We see the night fog fall on the city, the starlight mirrored in the river. We breathe again the magic of an intense and unforgettable evening, which has threatened to jump though, as 14 years ago.

As well as in 2001 in Udine, San Daniele is also shot down a violent storm just before € ™ s start of the concert. It rained incessantly until eight-thirty. Then the sky is gradually cleared and the gates were opened. Bob Dylan started punctual, to be precise with four minutes early, even when people were reaching the grass.

About five thousand spectators, many of whom have heard the first pieces from € ™ outside the stadium Zanussi. Many fans Austrians, who like the Friuli stage to that of Wiesen, Burgenland.

The concert of San Daniele, the first Italian leg € ™ s American artist, has opened with Things Have Changed, which has opened all its live in the past two years. An ingenious piece, describing the bitter sweet taste of success. Written and performed for the film Wonder Boys (directed by Curtis Hanson), in 2001 he was awarded the Oscar for Best Song and a Golden Globe for Best Original Song.
hen She Belongs to Me, in which the refined interventions harmonic alternated with the insistent allusions to a woman witch enchantress, who, in these last 40 years, many have attempted to put a face. Some people prefer to think that Dylan was referring to Joan Baez, someone to Sara Lownds, the woman he later married in November 1965.In lineup also Ovid Beyond Here Lies Nothing, single of 2009 used in the trailer of the second season of True Blood.

Incredibly intense and current blues worker, taken from the € ™ album Modern Times in 2006, clear allusion to the title and to the issues addressed, cinematic masterpiece of Chaplin. Public rave about € ™ s ispiratissimo harmonica solo and the wonderful piano Tangled Up in Blue.

In the lineup it is not even missed a few jazz standards like Autumn Leaves, taken from Shadows in the night, last album in which Dylan has experimented with a repertoire of American classics: Ten pieces of different authors, all even though interpreted by Frank Sinatra in the course of his career. And The Voice Dylan pays tribute with this album.

A faithful reproduction, an act dâ € ™ love and justice to songs which he said over the years have been mistreated. The concerts of the American minstrel are always unpredictable, but in the end there have been pieces that everyone expected, including the pacifist manifesto Blowing in The Wind.

Twenty pieces in the lineup, about two-hour concert, closed to the applause and delight of an audience ecstatic worship. A never-ending story to Bob Dylan, that last night, at the end of the live in San Daniele, went up on his truck- camper to Rome. Then Lucca, Turin, Barcelona, ​​Zaragoza, Madrid, Granada, France, Sweden, Norway, Holland € ™ s, Britain. A date after € ™ s other until the end € ™ s year. It never stops the great, immense Bob.


Thanks. Intense and current blues worker from Modern Times...did he bring back Rollin' and Tumblin'?


Workingman blues 2.


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Oneofusmustknow wrote:
Thanks. Intense and current blues worker from Modern Times...did he bring back Rollin' and Tumblin'?


Guess she was talking about Workingman's Blues.


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PostPosted: Sat June 27th, 2015, 22:09 GMT 
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Good to see that one back.


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PostPosted: Sat June 27th, 2015, 22:44 GMT 
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band intro

Thank you ladies and germs, let me introduce the musical maestri up on this stage with me here tonite

to my far right, is Periscope, a man who spies and nails rhythm before it changes it mind, -ouch-, our rudder in rough waters, friend of Bukowski (?), our Far Sight, our Argos

to his left is Vibe, a man beyond comprehension in beats, he captains all of us through thunder lashed to the mast, the true Scarlet Pimpernel at last

in the center, the man rising before us, Poseidon of the deep, our hero, our center, our sail, Cobra

and to my left here is Ice, the man who wages glistening Feathers upon the earth from the rings on his fingers, slays dragons from the buses, is known to all the muses but they ain't talkin', our man Silverine

to my far left is Slick, the scalpel that carves nymphs to rise from the wood, makes sirens to ring the red clay hills, our jib, our Racer, our mercury, Blade

and me, Hoodwink, wishing you all a fine evening, and a new day to call your own--


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PostPosted: Sat June 27th, 2015, 23:36 GMT 
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Concert review here: http://zipzp.eu/news.php?u=http://dlvr.it/BLgGtm

SAN DANIELE. If we close our eyes we can still imagine Bob Dylan in there on stage. Dressed in black, with a white hat. Elusive. Always the same and always different. There still seems to hear his Workingmanâ € ™ s blues. We see the night fog fall on the city, the starlight mirrored in the river. We breathe again the magic of an intense and unforgettable evening, which has threatened to jump though, as 14 years ago.

As well as in 2001 in Udine, San Daniele is also shot down a violent storm just before € ™ s start of the concert. It rained incessantly until eight-thirty. Then the sky is gradually cleared and the gates were opened. Bob Dylan started punctual, to be precise with four minutes early, even when people were reaching the grass.

About five thousand spectators, many of whom have heard the first pieces from € ™ outside the stadium Zanussi. Many fans Austrians, who like the Friuli stage to that of Wiesen, Burgenland.

The concert of San Daniele, the first Italian leg € ™ s American artist, has opened with Things Have Changed, which has opened all its live in the past two years. An ingenious piece, describing the bitter sweet taste of success. Written and performed for the film Wonder Boys (directed by Curtis Hanson), in 2001 he was awarded the Oscar for Best Song and a Golden Globe for Best Original Song.
hen She Belongs to Me, in which the refined interventions harmonic alternated with the insistent allusions to a woman witch enchantress, who, in these last 40 years, many have attempted to put a face. Some people prefer to think that Dylan was referring to Joan Baez, someone to Sara Lownds, the woman he later married in November 1965.In lineup also Ovid Beyond Here Lies Nothing, single of 2009 used in the trailer of the second season of True Blood.

Incredibly intense and current blues worker, taken from the € ™ album Modern Times in 2006, clear allusion to the title and to the issues addressed, cinematic masterpiece of Chaplin. Public rave about € ™ s ispiratissimo harmonica solo and the wonderful piano Tangled Up in Blue.

In the lineup it is not even missed a few jazz standards like Autumn Leaves, taken from Shadows in the night, last album in which Dylan has experimented with a repertoire of American classics: Ten pieces of different authors, all even though interpreted by Frank Sinatra in the course of his career. And The Voice Dylan pays tribute with this album.

A faithful reproduction, an act dâ € ™ love and justice to songs which he said over the years have been mistreated. The concerts of the American minstrel are always unpredictable, but in the end there have been pieces that everyone expected, including the pacifist manifesto Blowing in The Wind.

Twenty pieces in the lineup, about two-hour concert, closed to the applause and delight of an audience ecstatic worship. A never-ending story to Bob Dylan, that last night, at the end of the live in San Daniele, went up on his truck- camper to Rome. Then Lucca, Turin, Barcelona, ​​Zaragoza, Madrid, Granada, France, Sweden, Norway, Holland € ™ s, Britain. A date after € ™ s other until the end € ™ s year. It never stops the great, immense Bob.

Thanks


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From Bill's website:


San Daniele del Friuli, Italy
Campo Base
June 27, 2015






1. Things Have Changed
2. She Belongs To Me
3. Beyond Here Lies Nothin'

4. Workingman's Blues #2
5. Duquesne Whistle
6. Waiting For You
7. Pay In Blood
8. Tangled Up In Blue
9. Full Moon And Empty Arms
(intermission)
10. High Water (For Charley Patton)
11. Simple Twist Of Fate
12. Early Roman Kings
13. Forgetful Heart
14. Spirit On The Water
15. Scarlet Town
16. Soon After Midnight
17. Long And Wasted Years
18. Autumn Leaves

(encore)
19. Blowin' In The Wind
(band introduction)
20. Love Sick


So Italy sees its first ERK.


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PostPosted: Sat June 27th, 2015, 23:53 GMT 
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steadyrollinman wrote:
Concert review here: http://zipzp.eu/news.php?u=http://dlvr.it/BLgGtm

SAN DANIELE. If we close our eyes we can still imagine Bob Dylan in there on stage. Dressed in black, with a white hat. Elusive. Always the same and always different. There still seems to hear his Workingmanâ € ™ s blues. We see the night fog fall on the city, the starlight mirrored in the river. We breathe again the magic of an intense and unforgettable evening, which has threatened to jump though, as 14 years ago.

As well as in 2001 in Udine, San Daniele is also shot down a violent storm just before € ™ s start of the concert. It rained incessantly until eight-thirty. Then the sky is gradually cleared and the gates were opened. Bob Dylan started punctual, to be precise with four minutes early, even when people were reaching the grass.

About five thousand spectators, many of whom have heard the first pieces from € ™ outside the stadium Zanussi. Many fans Austrians, who like the Friuli stage to that of Wiesen, Burgenland.

The concert of San Daniele, the first Italian leg € ™ s American artist, has opened with Things Have Changed, which has opened all its live in the past two years. An ingenious piece, describing the bitter sweet taste of success. Written and performed for the film Wonder Boys (directed by Curtis Hanson), in 2001 he was awarded the Oscar for Best Song and a Golden Globe for Best Original Song.
hen She Belongs to Me, in which the refined interventions harmonic alternated with the insistent allusions to a woman witch enchantress, who, in these last 40 years, many have attempted to put a face. Some people prefer to think that Dylan was referring to Joan Baez, someone to Sara Lownds, the woman he later married in November 1965.In lineup also Ovid Beyond Here Lies Nothing, single of 2009 used in the trailer of the second season of True Blood.

Incredibly intense and current blues worker, taken from the € ™ album Modern Times in 2006, clear allusion to the title and to the issues addressed, cinematic masterpiece of Chaplin. Public rave about € ™ s ispiratissimo harmonica solo and the wonderful piano Tangled Up in Blue.

In the lineup it is not even missed a few jazz standards like Autumn Leaves, taken from Shadows in the night, last album in which Dylan has experimented with a repertoire of American classics: Ten pieces of different authors, all even though interpreted by Frank Sinatra in the course of his career. And The Voice Dylan pays tribute with this album.

A faithful reproduction, an act dâ € ™ love and justice to songs which he said over the years have been mistreated. The concerts of the American minstrel are always unpredictable, but in the end there have been pieces that everyone expected, including the pacifist manifesto Blowing in The Wind.

Twenty pieces in the lineup, about two-hour concert, closed to the applause and delight of an audience ecstatic worship. A never-ending story to Bob Dylan, that last night, at the end of the live in San Daniele, went up on his truck- camper to Rome. Then Lucca, Turin, Barcelona, ​​Zaragoza, Madrid, Granada, France, Sweden, Norway, Holland € ™ s, Britain. A date after € ™ s other until the end € ™ s year. It never stops the great, immense Bob.


Thanks, steadyrollinman. Some of us prefer to think that he's always referring to Sara Lownds Dylan. We may be die-hard romantics or else we are psychic. It is also entirely possible that the Bob and Sara Dylan love story is a bit of fiction, I suppose. I have no idea who Robert Alan Zimmerman and Shirley Marlin Novoletsky were. :shock:


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