Live: Bob Dylan @ the Mullins Center, 11/19/10

Bob Dylan

With no opening act, a stark stage and the usual, self-deprecating introduction from his announcer, Bob Dylan at 69 years old, played 16 songs for an appreciative audience at the Mullins Center, UMass at Amherst on a chilly Friday night in the middle of November.

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With set highlights of “Shooting Star,” “Tangled Up In Blue” and “A Hard Rain’s A-Gonna Fall,” Dylan and his band mesmerized the crowd for two hours, finishing with “Like A Rolling Stone.”

Review and photographs by Martin Benjamin

Seth Rogovoy’s review @ The Rogovoy Report

Gonna Change My Way of Thinking
Shooting Star
Stuck Inside of Mobile With the Memphis Blues Again
Spirit on the Water
Rollin’ And Tumblin’
Tangled Up in Blue
Honest With Me
Can’t Wait
Tweedle Dee & Tweedle Dum
A Hard Rain’s A-Gonna Fall
Highway 61 Revisited
Workingman’s Blues #2
Thunder on the Mountain
Ballad of a Thin Man
Like a Rolling Stone

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7 Responses to “Live: Bob Dylan @ the Mullins Center, 11/19/10”

  1. Ray H, Bournemouth, England says:

    As the great Duke Ellington would say”O.K. Everybody look handsome”, or “After me on the count of three as we practiced this afternoon”. either way thanks for nice snap of The Man.

  2. Dave Read says:

    Nice photos Martin; the second one illustrates my observation about how gestural he was at the Mullins Center show:

  3. kim hill says:

    i always thank the Lord when my working day is through

  4. Jon says:

    “Ok, put you’re hands up if you’re the guy who ordered all that pizza!”

  5. Alecko says:

    I have seen Bob on many occasions and this gesture seems to be his forn of acknowledgement.

  6. milkcow says:

    I think Bob looks like a sexy hot fox in that first pic

  7. Feedthecatz says:

    In the second shot he looks like hes scored a touchdown, or he’s been told to stick em up, Tony looks like hes going for his pistol, perhaps the pizza thief struck more than once??? Wheres Baron when you really need him??

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