As it happens, there's no way I could write one, just a very personal account.
The reason: I had no idea it would be that impressive. I've listened to Dylan songs for all my life and lately even more, especially to his latest album "Modern Times", almost daily, on my way to work.
But it's another thing to experience the art of a living legend face-to-face.
From the moment he set foot on stage there was an air of unexcited restlessness around him. Totally focused. No attempt of conversation. One song after the other, extremely short pauses. Dense concentration, sometimes the flicker of a smile. I had heard most of the songs before, but each well-known song appeared to be a completely new one, so much ad-hoc-interpretation, so many variations. But this loving approach towards his own work made each song even more substantial. Interesting also, how a rather raucous voice can come over in such a mellifluous manner.
Excellent band, obviously well chosen, good mixture between great individual performance and stepping back behind the master.
Highlights of the evening were "Spirit on the Water", "Nettie More" and, unbelievably beautiful and touching "Like a Rolling Stone".
We sure had a whopping good time.
Thanks, Bob Dylan.
And here's the setlist I failed to concentrate on during the show ...