Music Review - Bob Dylan saves the best for last

On Feb. 16, 1974, The Times pop mu­sic crit­ic Robert Hil­burn wrote that the emo­tion in the arena built stead­ily through the even­ing, reach­ing the first of sev­er­al peaks dur­ing Dylan’s acous­tic set. But the frenzy of “Like a Rolling Stone”—with 18,600 per­sons on their feet scream­ing the chor­us of the song with Dylan—was once again the su­preme mo­ment.

Published: Feb. 16, 1974
Sources: Los Angeles Times
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