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    Posted: 01 May 2015 at 2:11pm
Will be in the Motor Point Arena in Cardiff on October 29th
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Originally posted by Iwlew Iwlew wrote:


Will be in the Motor Point Arena in Cardiff on October 29th


How much is he charging people to listen to him mumble for 2 hours these days?
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£55 pounds are the cheapest tickets left
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Saw Dylan at the Motorpoint a few years ago when Mark Knopfler was supporting him.

I was very disappointed. Dylan croaked his way through his set. He sang many of his hits but I barely recognised any to be honest.

He was made to look very poor, coming on as he did after MK's polished performance.

MK may not be everyone's cup of tea, but he certainly knows how to put on a good show. Dylan was, as I said, a very poor second.
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bob Dylan and knopfler, argubably the greatest songwriter ever and one of the greatest guitarists ever, on the same bill and we're still complaining lol....clearly voice of the peoples poet isn't exactly what it once was, but the words live on
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Originally posted by roy munster roy munster wrote:

bob Dylan and knopfler, argubably the greatest songwriter ever and one of the greatest guitarists ever, on the same bill and we're still complaining lol....clearly voice of the peoples poet isn't exactly what it once was, but the words live on
 

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Can't say I'm impressed with anything he's done in the last 40 years. Sincere or not, his songs were tremendous before then
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When I saw him in 2005, he didn't play anything written before 1980 and didn't say a word to the crowd.
 
 
It was quite the painful experience. Plus, in the Motorpoint, £4.50 and a half hour queue for a room temperature bottle of Tuborg? I'd prefer to sit in my car listening to a badly bootlegged tape of Dylan Live, drinking meths from a bag and contemplating gassing myself.
 
 


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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Iwlew Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 15 May 2015 at 1:07pm
Yes, Iv'e heard from people who have been him before, not glittering reviews.
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