Originally Posted by Vinculum
Of course I've heard of Bob Dylan. His backing band's history apparently not so much until recently and I'm certainly not the minority.
It would have been an amazing show to see back in the day. Although I would have been too young to appreciate it. I'm very glad it was filmed so I could now experience a fraction of what it must have been like.
I hope you aren't complaining about feeling older than dirt, as many are denied the privilege!
Glad to hear. I had the pleasure of working with the Dylan crew for a few years (in arranging transport for equipment for tours, even have my own personalized tour jacket from the 78 tour, although I've uh, grown a bit since then).
Winterland was a unique place, not the best place but a special place nonetheless. I saw my first show there (Neil Young's Harvest tour, with Linda Ronstadt and the Stone Poneys opening for him) and many many others until they closed the place. Wish I had thought this one was worth going to over and above the chasing of tail, but that wasn't the case
But the complaints come with age...
I'm glad I'm still around, though, no complaints on the adventure so far. How did Warren Zevon put it, I'll have plenty of time to sleep when I die?