As enthusiastic Danes chant his name to the tune of Bob the Builder , Nobel Laureate Bob Dylan stomps out on to the giant orange main stage at Roskilde. The sun dipping behind the stage lends a warm glow to a set heavy on gnarly, and at times disconcerting, reinterpretations of a series of Dylan classics. His long time opposition to big screens appears to have abated, because the field is so packed that many of those in attendance would have no chance of seeing the Minnesota-born songwriter and his loose band of song and dance men otherwise. It takes the gruesomely bitter Pay in Blood — sample lyric: 'I pay in blood, but not my own' — to elicit a grin but even with his best known material there's a sense that Dylan is still having fun twisting them into new shapes and playing tricks on his audience. Like a Rolling Stone is the kind of track that towers over every act that releases a great debut and a rapidly written follow-up about the downsides of fame; here it takes 30 seconds for the audience to even twig what track he's playing. And with that Bob Dylan is off into the night.
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Hotel Arizona Hotel in Arizona Made us all want to feel like stars Rental cars with tinted windows Leave another number for me And even if I make it through That's just something that I have to get used to That's just something I have to get used to I feel some connection between you and me Well I guess there's some direction Maybe you can't see But even at the interview That's not something that I'm gonna get used to That's not something I'm gonna get used to Hello? Can you hear me? That's all there is That's all there is That's all I guess all this history is just a mystery to me One more worried whisper right in my ear. We're Just Friends Over and over and over again You say that we're just friends Forget the implications Infatuations end If love's so easy, why is it hard I can't imagine ever being apart I'll come back to you It'll be brand new But I promise We're just friends Over and over and over again I try to make amends For everything that I've done wrong My whole world just spins Make some coffee, hold me up Try to talk me out of giving up I'll come back to you It'll be brand new But I promise We're just friends Instrumental credits: Jeff Tweedy — vocals Jay Bennett — piano, Farfisa, bass drum, backing vocals John Stirratt — backing vocals. Misunderstood When you're back in your old neighborhood The cigarettes taste so good But you're so misunderstood You're so misunderstood There's something there that you can't find You look honest when you're telling a lie You hurt her but you don't know why You love her but you don't know why Short on long term goals There's a party there that we ought to go to If you still love rock and roll If you still love rock and roll?
Bob Dylan @ Roskilde Festival, 3 July
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