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  • Setlist

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    MARK KNOPFLER
    01. What It Is
    02. Corned Beef City
    03. Privateering
    04. Kingdom of Gold
    05. I Used to Could
    06. Song for Sonny Liston
    07. Done with Bonaparte
    08. Hill Farmer's Blues
    09. Haul away
    10. Marbletown

    Encores
    11. So Far Away


    BOB DYLAN
    12. Watching The River Flow
    13. It's All Over Now, Baby Blue (with MK on guitar)
    14. Things Have Changed (with MK on guitar)
    15. Tangled Up In Blue (with MK on guitar)
    16. Early Roman Kings
    17. Chimes of freedom
    18. Rollin' and Tumblin'
    19. Desolation Row
    20. Highway 61 Revisited
    21. Mississippi
    22. Thunder On The Mountain
    23. Ballad Of A Thin Man
    24. Like A Rolling Stone
    25. All Along The Watchtower

    Encores
    26. Blowin' In The Wind

  • Lineup

    Mark Knopfler (Guitar / Vocals)
    Richard Bennett (Guitar)   [ Richard's diary ]
    Ian Thomas (Drums)
    Guy Fletcher (Keyboards / Guitars / Vocals)   [ Guy's diary ]
    Jim Cox (Piano / Organ / Accordion)
    Glenn Worf (Bass)
    John McCusker (Fiddle / Cithern / Whistle)   [ John's diary ]
    Michael McGoldrick (Flute / Whistle / Pipes)

    Bob Dylan (Guitar / Keyboard / Piano / Harp)
    Tony Garnier (Bass)
    George Recile (Drums)
    Stu Kimball (Rhythm guitar)
    Charlie Sexton (Lead guitar)
    Donnie Herron (Violin / Electric mandolin / Pedal steel / Lap steel)

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        Marcia Pearl - USA

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        30.05.2013 02:17    Marcia Pearl - USA
    Review: [b][size=100]I was thrilled to be able to see Mark Knopfler in Philadelphia. It was the first concert I ever went to and I was 65 at the time. I was very far from the stage and used binoculars in order to see him but the sound was fabulous. I was in absolute awe of the concert and it was too short since he opened for Bob Dylan. I venture to say, that most of the people there were not to see Mark. I think they were pleasantly surprised. There were two guys in front of me who came to see Dylan. They left during his set, even before I did. One thing I have noticed since I have been following his current tour and joined European groups, they know MK much better than we do here in America and that's sad because he's such a talent. He didn't sing any songs from Dire Straits except So Far Away and said in the beginning of the concert, he wouldn't be playing the old songs. I didn't care. I was just happy to be there at all. If I could have gotten to the UK, (I was there for a month in 2011...this is actually when I discovered MK) I would have loved to go back for a visit and see at least one concert in 2013.
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