Last night I saw Bob Dylan performing live at London’s Wembley Arena. Dylan and his band gave a solid performance, and it was good to see such a remarkable musician in the flesh. Overall, though, I found it a little disappointing. I would have enjoyed it more if Dylan had played more of his old material.
Apparently, Fyodor Dostoyevsky was one of Dylan’s major influences. By strange coincidence, I wrote about Dostoyevsky yesterday. The other post from yesterday, about Albert Hofmann’s discovery of LSD, was stumbled upon twice, and while I was at the Dylan concert, the two links brought thousands of new visitors to the site: