Another week, another great show.
We got a 2 song Bob solo set. First was a rare one, "On a Moon". Beautiful song. I really enjoyed that. Next up was "Mystery Road", which Bob said two different people, who don't know each other, had requested. (Yes, we don't all know each other.) That song, though one I like, wasn't really connecting with me at first, but Bob sang it with so much feeling that, yeah, it was real good. Those two songs were followed by Jeff and Bob doing "Sinking Hour" and "Jimmy Lee" and then Norm joined them again for the rest of the show.
Jeff's "Again" was also something I really quite enjoyed. That song musically hit the spot, for me.
After Jeff talked about lyric variations on one of Bob's songs ("Like Dogs") sung at their house ("If you don't smell dogs..."), I was amused when Bob started singing "You've got a lot of nerve to say you are my friend". (Bob Dylan's "Positively 4th Street".) Actually those two songs seem pretty similar. Songwriter expressing his frustration with someone by writing a song. The Dylan song is nastier, I'd say. Which makes me wonder about the title. Hm.
The show ended with "Keep On The Sunny Side".
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