November 3: Watch Bob Dylan with Mark Knopfler in Malmö, Sweden 2011

Malmö Arena
Malmö, Sweden
3 November 2011

  • Bob Dylan (vocal & keyboard)
  • Stu Kimball (guitar)
  • Charlie Sexton (guitar)
  • Donnie Herron (violin, mandolin, steel guitar)
  • Tony Garnier (bass)
  • George Receli (drums & percussion)
  • song 1-4: Mark Knopfler (guitar)

  1. Leopard-Skin Pill-Box Hat
  2. Girl From The North Country
  3. Things Have Changed
  4. Tangled Up In Blue
  5. Honest With Me
  6. A Hard Rain’s A-Gonna Fall
  7. High Water (for Charlie Patton)
  8. Blind Willie McTell
  9. Highway 61 Revisited
  10. Love Sick
  11. Thunder On The Mountain
  12. Ballad Of A Thin Man
  13. All Along The Watchtower
  14. Like A Rolling Stone

  15. Blowin’ In The Wind

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One thought on “November 3: Watch Bob Dylan with Mark Knopfler in Malmö, Sweden 2011

  1. Historically interesting but not enough video clarity to hear Mark,j and Bobby’s words were pretty much indistinguishable throughout. Bobby’s harp solo on “Love Sick” was right up there but otherwise it was a tough listen. “Like a rolling stone.” was barely recognizable.

    Back in the 1960s, when Bobby and I were friends, we did some crazy things. Here’s a quote from Suzy Rotolo’s book, “A Freewheelin’ Time”, page 48: “John Winn’s repertoire consisted of the songs of John Dowland, ballads and folk songs, but he also sang old bawdy ballads. He would get Van Ronk, Diylan, and the base-voiced Ed McCurdy up on stage with him to sing madrigals. The four of them were quite an unruly and truly a funny sigh–no formal attitude or attire–yet they never failed to bring patrons of the clubs and bars to their feet as they belted out the madrigals in four-part harmony, because they really sounded extraordinarily good.”

    Now in my eighties, with an old troubadours voice well seasoned by age I’m doing now what I should have done then. I’m making acoustically arranged versions of songs by two of my favorite singers, Bobby and Leonard Cohen. Here’s my version Of Leonard’s “Tower of Song>” Check out the comments, You’ll find 31 positive and appreciative accolades by the viewers who described why they enjoyed this video. JRW

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