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Dylan glows in shades of darkness

From brooding to rocking, Jakob Dylan mixed it up during last night’s show. From brooding to rocking, Jakob Dylan mixed it up during last night’s show. (Jeff Christensen/Associated Press)
By Sarah Rodman
Globe Staff / April 16, 2010

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Jakob Dylan’s new solo album is called “Women + Country’’ and he covered both bases last night at the Wilbur Theatre. He wisely enlisted indie roots pop goddess Neko Case and her spirited sidekick Kelly Hogan to reprise their work as backing vocalists on the record for a show seasoned with a noir-ish twang, largely courtesy of Jon Rauhouse’s evocative ... (Full article: 399 words)

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