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  • Great setlist Drew!!! We share 47 tunes. I had to count because it looked so familiar!
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    • A rough list of what I'm working on...

      19th Nervous Breakdown Rolling Stones

      A Change Is Gonna Come Sam Cooke

      Bye Bye Love The Everly Brothers

      A Whiter Shade of Pale Procol Harum

      American Girl Tom Petty

      At Last Etta James [Mack Gorden & Harry Warren ]

      As Tears Go By Rolling Stones

      Beyond The Sea (La Mer) Bobby Darin

      Bewitched, Bothered and Bewildered Frank Sinatra

      Blue Bayou Joe Melson and Roy Orbison

      Can't Take My Eyes Off You Frankie Valli/4 Seasons

      Cast Your Fate To The Wind Vince Guaraldi

      Cathy's Clown The Everly Brothers

      City of New Orleans Steve Goodman

      Country Roads John Denver

      Crazy Little Thing Called Love Queen

      Dance With Me Orleans

      Dream The Everly Brothers

      Elmer's Tune

      First Cut is the Deepest Rod Stewart

      Friday On My Mind Easybeats (Vanda-Young)

      Frosty The Snowman Burl Ives

      Georgia On My Mind Ray Charles [Hoagy Carmichael]

      Hello Mary Lou Rick Nelson

      Here There and Everywhere (Lennon/McCartney)

      HighHopes Frank Sinatra

      Higher and Higher Jackie Wilson

      Honky Cat Elton John

      How Can You Mend a Broken Heart Bee Gee's

      I Can See Clearly Now Johnny Nash

      I Need You the Beatles

      If I Could Be With You (1 hour tonight) Harry Creamer & James P. Johnson, 1926


      ISecond That Emotion Smokey Robinson


      Imagine John Lennon

      Jingle Bell Rock Bobby Helms
      Killing Me Softly Lisa Loeb Let It Be (Lennon/McCartney) Let It Be Me The Everly Brothers Listen to the Music Doobie Brothers (P. Simmons) Lonesome Town B. Knight [Ricky Nelson]

      Long Cool Woman The Hollies


      Look What They've Done to My Song Melanie Safka


      Mack the Knife Kurt Weill


      Maggie Mae Rod Stewart


      Mairzy Dotes Milton Drake, Al Hoffman & Jerry Livingston, 1943


      Makin' Whoopee Eddie Cantor


      Maybellene Chuck Berry
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      • Misty Errol Gardner Moon River Henry Mancini

        MOTHER'S LITTLE HELPER ROLLING STONES

        My Girl Smokey Robinson
        My Little Runaway Del Shannon

        Nadine Chuck Berry


        Never My Love the Association


        No Matter What BadFinger


        Only The Lonely Roy Orbison - Joe Melson
        Only You The Platters

        Puttin' On The Ritz
        Ramblin' Rose Nat King Cole

        Rhiannon Fleetwood Mac

        Rockin' Around the Christmas Tree Brenda Lee

        Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer Gene Autrey

        Since I Don't Have You The Skyliners

        Sleepwalk Santo and Johnny


        Smoke Gets In Your Eyes the Platters


        Somewhere Over the Rainbow Judy Garland

        Stand By Me Ben E. King

        Still the One ORLEANS

        Sweet Georgia Brown

        Those Were The Days Mary Hopkins [Gene Raskin]

        Three Widdle Fissies (Iddy Biddy Poo' ) Saxie Dowell

        To Love Somebody Barry Gibb / Robin Gibb

        Tonight's the Night Rod Stewart

        Tuesday Afternoon Moody Blues

        A Little Help from My Friends the Beatles

        Ue O Muite, Aru-kou [SUKIYAKI] Kyu Sakamoto ( Thanks to the earlier discussion... )

        Unchain My Heart Ray Charles

        Unchained Melody The Righteous Brothers

        Up the Lazy River Sid Arodin & Hoagy Carmichael

        Venus Frankie Avalon

        Venus Shocking Blue

        Wake Up Little Susie The Everly Brothers [Felice and Boudleaux Bryant]

        Walk Away Renee The Left Banke (M. Brown - B. Calilli - T. Sansone)

        What A Wonderful World Louis Armstrong [George David Weiss/ Bob Thiele]

        When Will I Be Loved The Everly Brothers

        When You Wish Upon a Star Leigh Harline/Ned Washington

        Whipping Post Gregg Allman

        Why Don't You Do Right? Peggy Lee [Kansas Joe McCoy]

        Wicked Game Chris Isaak


        Wild About My Lovin' Jim Jackson


        You & Me & The Bottle Makes 3 Tonight Big Bad Voodoo Daddy


        You're in My Heart Rod Stewart


        You're The One That I Want John Farrar [Grease]


        You've Got To Hide Your Love Away THE BEATLES


        Zip A Dee Doo Dah Bob B. Soxx and the Blue Jeans
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        • not as modern as many of you guys, not as eclectic as EightString...we shall see how this pans out when my voice is ready for a full night...so far it has been fairly short sets for private stuff. There are ton more from Chuck Berry, the Stones, the Beatles, Dylan, James Taylor, etc...these are the ones I'm working on in preparation.
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          • btw, does anyone have the changes for 'The Mouseketeer Anything Can Happen Day' song?
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            • Daddymack... great list man! (BTW I always chuckle when I see a mod double post).
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              • Nice list Dad am surprised by the inclusion of The Fab Fours I Need You, not one of the more common ones, so good for you

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                • Quote Originally Posted by Potts
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                  Daddymack... great list man! (BTW I always chuckle when I see a mod double post).




                  what double post? I exceeded my 10,000 character limit (darned spaces )
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                  • Great idea, I have a lot of ideas already! Here is my duo setlist:



                    Man of Constant Sorrow

                    Dear Abby

                    Wall of Sleep

                    Long Haired Country Boy

                    Sympathy

                    You dont know how it feels

                    Wild World

                    Promises

                    Dont Think Twice

                    When I'm 64

                    Teach your Children

                    Ball and Chain



                    *The Clap

                    Wildflowers

                    Thats the Way the World goes round

                    Please dont bury me

                    Ashes to Ashes /Ziggy Stardust

                    Rain

                    Who'll Stop The Rain

                    Here Comes The Sun

                    Sunshine go Away

                    Steal My Kisses

                    Dance Dance Dance

                    Shame on You



                    One I love

                    You dont Know what love is

                    Dead Flowers

                    Cover of the Rolling Stone

                    Ape Man

                    I'm a Believer

                    Folsum Prison

                    All for You

                    Me and Julio



                    Optional:

                    Brown Eyed Girl

                    Sweet Caroline

                    The Cave

                    I Will Wait

                    Always the Same

                    Hey Oh

                    I Can't Decide
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                    • Thanks Vanlatte! I just added "One I Love"!
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                      • Quote Originally Posted by daddymack
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                        what double post? I exceeded my 10,000 character limit (darned spaces )




                        Oh You're right! I didn't notice that!
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                        • I am soooo glad somebody had the good sense to play "Friday on my mind" by the Easybeats!!!

                          ...and extra credit for knowing it was a Vanda-Young song!!!!

                          Way cool!!

                          GtrGeorge

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                          • I have a couple of musical persona. I'll bore you with my old old stuff setlist another time. I'm working with a couple (that makes us a trio--still allowed?) who are into, I guess, alt country-ish. Some nice songs here. My own contributions are two of my own songs on the grounds that they're good songs any nobody else sings them, but mostly I'm the electric guitar player. Right now, Shelagh and I join Norbert at his gigs and do one set together. Once we're doing full nights (and if there's room on stage) I'll also haul along my piano. Here's our current song list:





                            Most of the Time Bob Dylan

                            Stars Go Blue Ryan Adams

                            Kindness Ryan Adams

                            Answering Bell Ryan Adams

                            Angel From Montgomery Bonnie Raitt

                            Amie Pure Prairie League

                            And It Stoned Me Van Morrison

                            Bartender's Blues James Taylor

                            Brown Eyed Girl Van Morrison--we do this very slow, as a wistful ballad; otherwise no touch with bargepole

                            Reste un Peu Ani K

                            Unlonely John Prine

                            Diddy Wa Diddy Papa Doo Doug Gifford

                            front porch song Doug Gifford

                            Under Your Breath Ryan Adams

                            For Free Joni Mitchell

                            Mary Patty Griffin



                            And for the Christmas season:

                            Christmas Must Be Tonight The Band

                            Nothing But a Child Steve Earle
                            Hi Mom!

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                            • Added Ho Hey by The Lumineers and it killed. Stubborn Love by them too, but I left it in the bag because only played two sets at a birthday party.
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                            • It still goes over pretty well, despite my belief that it should be out of gas.
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