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Tenderness and menace: Bob Dylan, at the London Palladium, reviewed

29 October 2022

9:00 AM

29 October 2022

9:00 AM

Bob Dylan

London Palladium, and touring until 5 November

Bob Dylan has always toyed with audiences. He plays what he wants, how he wants, letting his mood dictate tempo and often key (sometimes switching songs to the minor). On Dylan’s return to London for the first time in five years, he summed it up early. ‘I ain’t no false prophet/ I just know what I know,’ he gruffly sang.

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