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 Post subject: Re: Dylan's Next Decade
PostPosted: Sat January 2nd, 2010, 15:45 GMT 

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I'll be extremely surprised if Bob is still touring at the end of this decade.


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 Post subject: Re: Dylan's Next Decade
PostPosted: Sat January 2nd, 2010, 21:01 GMT 
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Considering the struggles Italian opera has experienced since Pavarotti's death, I think you're right.

I look for him to sign a deal as tenor that will make everything he's done previously look like peanuts.

Remember, you heard it here first!


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 Post subject: Re: Dylan's Next Decade
PostPosted: Sat February 24th, 2018, 02:49 GMT 

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CShoe wrote:
I'll be extremely surprised if Bob is still touring at the end of this decade.


There's a year and a half left to go! Do you think he'll make it into and through the Twenties???

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 Post subject: Re: Dylan's Next Decade
PostPosted: Sun February 25th, 2018, 05:31 GMT 
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It's interesting to see how many people expected Bob to retire over
the last 8 years. He'll work 'till he's 80 at least. Considering how much
he identifies with musicians in the blues tradition, I doubt whether he
even considers retirement. Previously he said he'd take a cue from
public interest for the concerts, and that seems to be holding up ok.


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 Post subject: Re: Dylan's Next Decade
PostPosted: Sun February 25th, 2018, 06:15 GMT 
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songanddanceman wrote:
Smaller venues, theatres not arenas, residencies rather than constant travelling, that'd be easier for him and conducive to more energy live.
Ditch the keyboard, ditch Donny, ditch Tony. Get a new bassist. Smaller band, no place to hide or be hidden in the mix, loads of spanking new arrangements, spanking new setlists from Bob +3. If Bob can't manage guitar all show, then stay where he belongs, centre stage, mic and harp.

However, more of the exact same will happen until about 2013.


Aside from the obvious joke ideas of ditching Tony etc., this post from 2010 got it pretty dead on.


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