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Re: Setlist from last night (18 December)

Setlist from last night (18 December)
December 19, 2020 03:22AM
I spent the middle hour giving birthday tribute to four cool guitarists: Elliot Easton, Keith Richards, Bill Nelson and Geordie Walker.

"The Shock of the Lightning" – Oasis
"Star" – David Bowie
"Go System Go!" – Remington Super 60
"Good Girls" – Beach Bunny

"Fault Lines" – We Are Scientists
"A House in the Country" – The Kinks
"Come Inside" – Here Lies Man
"Lovers of Today" – The Only Ones

"Cruiser" – The Cars
"Wearing Down Like a Wheel" – Elliot Easton
"Tiki Gods Theme" – Elliot Easton's Tiki Gods
"90 Miles an Hour Down a Dead End Street" – The Empty Hearts

"Before They Make Me Run" – The Rolling Stones
"You Don't Move Me" – Keith Richards
"Happy" – The Rolling Stones

"Axe Victim" – Be Bop Deluxe
"Do You Dream in Colour?" – Bill Nelson
"The Atom Age" – Bill Nelson's Red Noise
"Sister Seagull" – Be Bop Deluxe

"Love Like Blood" – Killing Joke
"Pandemonium" – Killing Joke

"Family Farm" – The Hold Steady
"Rocket USA" – Suicide (for Martin Rev's birthday)
"Past Praying For" – VersaEmerge (for singer Sierra Kay's birthday)
"Gary Gilmore's Eyes" – The Adverts

"Dancing the Night Away" – The Motors
"Derailed" – 7 Year Bitch (for bassist Elizabeth Davis' birthday)
"Ghosts of Princes in Towers" – Rich Kids
"Roadrunner" – The Modern Lovers
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Re: Setlist from last night (18 December)
December 20, 2020 07:45PM
If I had to make a list of my 20 favorite songs ever, "Sister Seagull" would probably be included.
Re: Setlist from last night (18 December)
December 21, 2020 12:02AM
Glad you liked that selection, Zoo.

I don't often play a song that's as long as "Pandemonium," but that's definitely one of my favorites by Killing Joke. It's rare to hear anyone create so much mood and atmosphere while playing so unremittingly hard.
Re: Setlist from last night (18 December)
December 23, 2020 08:07PM
I really enjoyed the show, Delvin. The new tunes from Beach Bunny, We Are Scientists, Here Lies Man and The Hold Steady sounded so good rubbing elbows with everyone else.

I always appreciate the birthday salutes, and the one for Bill Nelson was the perfect encapsulation of what makes him such an underrated talent.
Re: Setlist from last night (18 December)
December 26, 2020 08:29PM
> The new tunes from Beach Bunny, We Are Scientists,
> Here Lies Man and The Hold Steady sounded so good
> rubbing elbows with everyone else.

As indeed they should, 801. It doesn't embarrass me in the slightest to acknowledge that your excellent show clued me in to those artists/selections. Big thanks!
Re: Setlist from last night (18 December)
December 28, 2020 10:31AM
My pleasure, Delvin.

To quote Archibald "Harry" Tuttle from the film Brazil: “We’re all in this together” smileys with beer
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