A DYLAN QUESTION (95)

As recently as September 5, or three days ago, Bob Dylan has repeated his recent tour set lists with very little variety. This marks a major change from a history of choices from the one thousand or more songs he has cryptically chosen from show to show. There has even been a betting line on what the set lists would include. It is fully understandable that having to cope with all the lyrics, magnificent as they are, has caused this change. Any answers?

2 thoughts on “A DYLAN QUESTION (95)

  1. Gerry Ritter no answers just understanding a reluctance to add anything to remember

    No answers just understanding the reluctance to add anything new to remember

  2. ethomasparham

    THINGS HAVE CHANGED– HIGH WATER–
    SHE BELONGS TO ME– SIMPLE TWIST OF FATE–
    BEYOND HERE LIES NOTHING — EARLY ROMAN KINGS–
    WORKING MAN BLUES #2– FORGETFUL HEART–
    WAITING FOR YOU– SPIRIT ON THE WATER–
    DUQUESNE WHISTLE — SCARLET TOWN–
    PAY IN BLOOD — SOON AFTER MIDNIGHT —
    TANGLED UP IN BLUE– LONG AND WASTED YEARS–
    STAY WITH ME

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