Dylan does " Brown Sugar "....

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  1. rjtwangs

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    I’m speechless!
     
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    How odd...
     
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    This is the greatest!
     
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    I saw Bob and Co.
    on my Birthday ( show at GMU, Fairfax, VA) 2002, and he did " Brown Sugar"

    Hell of a Birthday Gift! ( great show)

    Edit- just checked date, it was same week! (.Nov.2002)
     
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    Of course, it wasn’t Bobby who was playing the opening riff or the lead Who was that guy on the Tele?
     
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    Thanks for sharing!

    I found it very strange. As just about everybody else, I have had a long, full diet of Dylan of all eras. But I couldn't help but think, "What if this wasn't Bob Dylan singing this?" I think people would think this was an awful performance. IMO. And I am no fan of Mick Jagger!

    Thanks for posting for our consideration.
     
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    Christ, Dylan's phrasing is complete garbage. And I say this as a huge Dylan fan (first 9 albums).
     
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    I think it’s Larry Campbell
     
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    Like a Rolling Stone....
     
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    Larry Campbell the other player is Charlie Sexton
     
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    I always thought I was kind of late to the party seeing him perform live.

    I'm sorry, but this makes me glad that I at least saw Dylan back in the early 80's.
     
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    Kind of painful. I like Bob but he is really showing his age there.
    I think the Stones do Dylan better than Dylan does the Stones.
     
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    Show us how it's done! Post some clippage where you out-phrase Bob Dylan!

    I liked it.
     
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    I thought I was gonna see Bob Dylan with a black girl friend.
     
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    Well, he did reportedly have a king size crush on Mavis Staples back in the day.

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    What do you call it when you like that something happened but you don't like what happened?
     
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    Bob also played Neil Young's " Old Man" during this tour.

    He is the original Honey Badger!
    ( I LOVE him)
     
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    I want to hear Jagger sing Rainy Day Women #12 & 35

     
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    Yep, besides Brown Sugar and Old Man, he also covered 4 Warren Zevon tunes; Accidentally Like A Martyr, Mutineer, Boom Boom Mancini and Lawyers Guns And Money. He also did the Grateful Dead's Friend Of The Devil, and Van Morrison's Carrying A Torch. He seemed to really enjoy the 2002 tour. I have 8 shows from that tour, they all smoke!! You need to find the label Crystal Cat Records, their 2cd sets are wonderful!!!


    RJ
     
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