Pretty good bill.
I'll wait until they invent a time machine.
Huge Dylan fan, I consider the show he played with Van Morrison at the Theatre at Madison Square Garden(1999) to be among my top ten concerts of all time.
Saw him here in Vermont a few years ago with Willie Nelson and John Mellencamp. I left a quarter of the way through Dylan's set - he sounded like Popeye with Emphysema.
Dishes are done dude.
That said, I haven't been able to withstand more than a few seconds of his warbling for at least 10 years. Just can't do it without getting sad and annoyed.
Folks want to go see Dylan because they can say they did? Fine, I respect that. But don't expect this guy to be there. Here's the visionary legend I'll always carry with me.
I tried to like MMJ, I really did. Didn't take.
How could anyone talk sh!t about Wilco man?!
Listen to this greatness.
Walk down any street in America and ask a random group of people to hum or sing the melody of any Wilco song. Good luck. I don't think most of the guys who have been in the band over the years could do it.
Not into Wilco, but MMJ put on quite a rockin show.
If someone asked me which song, by anyone, I considered to be the most beautiful I've heard...I'd be torn between Springsteen's "New York City Serenade" and Dylan's "You're a Big Girl Now".
To be honest, Wilco and MMJ both took off with me when I caught them live. Studio recording s don't do either of them justice. But you'd be hard pressed to find better live acts out there today.
Borg, check out Cline's work on this one. Especially the solo at the end