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  • Setlist Exchange?

    I'm always looking for good tunes regardless of genre. I've found the easiest way to do this is to exchange setlists. Any takers?



    Darrell's Setlist
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  • #2
    Cool list Darrell.



    Mine leans more country, and could use an update.



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    • #3
      I LOVE 'On & on' [Stephen Bishop] - that line 'gonna toss up my heart and see where it lands' is FAB - U -LOUS.



      Obviously our Duo set list is no good to you guitar guys, different songs work for Duo's and also the UK charts etc have songs that the US audiences won't know.





      Do any of you guitar guys sing "Dance With Me" by Orleans? I love that song. I know it's meant to be a harmony song with more than one voice, but so are The Eagles songs.
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      • #4
        I don't do set lists, but prefer to call songs as my instincts and experience tells me what I hope the audience wants next. I watch the crowd, the dancers and the listeners, see what they are reacting to. Do they need another fast one? Or are they tired? Do they want a ballroom dance? Listening song? Comedy? Whatever? The way I run my backing tracks, I can make my decision during the last 10 seconds of the song I am playing and still get to the next song immediately if I need to (this is especially important when the dance floor is full).



        But I do have an entire song list here http://www.s-cats.com



        And if you are interested on how I run the backing tracks on stage http://www.nortonmusic.com/backing_tracks.html - also how I make them and more thoughts about set lists can be read or ignored on that page.



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        • #5






          Quote Originally Posted by Mike McLaughlin
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          Cool list Darrell.



          Mine leans more country, and could use an update.



          Mike's Setlist




          How does that Mavericks song go over? I love that song and have been considering adding it in. It's a fun song.

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          • #6
            My list is mostly Americana, alt country, some reworked classics and originals. Not stuff a lot of people would want to play.





            1. Tell Everybody I know - Keb Mo

            2. That
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            • #7






              Quote Originally Posted by Notes_Norton
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              I don't do set lists, but prefer to call songs




              I would imagine we're all that way...I dont think I've ever seen a solo performer use a setlist.
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              • #8






                Quote Originally Posted by Howie22
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                How does that Mavericks song go over? I love that song and have been considering adding it in. It's a fun song.




                Pretty good, not the best, but depends on the crowd.



                If you love the song, that right there is a great reason to add it. The more fun you are having, the more the audience will reflect that. I enjoy playing it too!
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                • #9






                  Quote Originally Posted by Notes_Norton
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                  I don't do set lists, but prefer to call songs as my instincts and experience tells me what I hope the audience wants next.










                  Quote Originally Posted by Potts
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                  I would imagine we're all that way...I dont think I've ever seen a solo performer use a setlist.




                  setlist, songlist, tomato, toMAto



                  I kinda do a combination of both. Using Sonar to play my tracks, I do have a setlist window, where with one tap of the spacebar, I can launch into the next tune after one finishes. But I can adjust the setlist on the fly by dragging and dropping the order when I have requests or when I think another song will work better at the moment.



                  All my songs are right there on a list so I can pick them, not wondering what to play next.
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                  • #10
                    Here is mine, I am sure there are songs missing but...



                    American Girl

                    Angels of Harlem

                    Billy Jean

                    Black

                    Blaze of Glory

                    Blister in the Sun

                    Blue Suede Shoes

                    Bobbie McGee

                    Born to be my Baby

                    Brown Eyed Girl

                    Burden in my Hand

                    Burning Love

                    Closer to the Heart/Spirit of Radio

                    Closing Time

                    Crazy Little Thing Called Love

                    Crazy Train

                    Daniel

                    Danny
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                    • #11
                      ^ Nice list Rod! I was looking through your list the other day and added "Hey Jealousy" because of you
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                      • #12






                        Quote Originally Posted by BlueStrat
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                        My list is mostly Americana, alt country, some reworked classics and originals. Not stuff a lot of people would want to play.





                        1. Tell Everybody I know - Keb Mo

                        2. That

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                        • #13






                          Quote Originally Posted by SusieP
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                          Do any of you guitar guys sing "Dance With Me" by Orleans?




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                          • #14
                            My thing is to try and play at least two songs each from every artist that I can. I can't always accommodate that but I try.
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                            • #15






                              Quote Originally Posted by Potts
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                              ^ Nice list Rod! I was looking through your list the other day and added "Hey Jealousy" because of you




                              Thanks! Glad I could help! It always works!



                              Rod
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