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Glitches add spontaneity to Bob Dylan and Tom Petty show

Charles Bermant, Globe and Mail, The, 1986

BOB DYLAN FORGOT a lot of the words to his own songs. He blew the payoff line of 'The Lonesome Death of Hattie Carroll' completely. Between verses of 'Like a Rolling Stone' the opening riff was repeated, as if to give him time to remember what was supposed to come next.

Total word count of piece: 634

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