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Re: Setlist from last night (14 June)

Setlist from last night (14 June)
June 15, 2024 12:38PM
An all-vinyl show!

"California Man" - Cheap Trick (by request)
"Race the Sun" - Pere Ubu (for David Thomas' birthday)
"Dereconstructed" - Lee Bains III & the Glory Fires
"King's Lead Hat" - Brian Eno (by request)

"Jeepster" - T. Rex
"Take Me Back 'Ome" - Slade (for bassist Jim Lea's birthday)
"Janine" - David Bowie
"Fox on the Run" - Sweet

"New Feeling" [live] - Talking Heads
"I Don't Wanna Go Down to the Basement" - The Ramones
"Venus" - Television (by request)
"Bad Girl" - The New York Dolls
"Soul Twist" - Mink DeVIlle
"Sonic Reducer" - The Dead Boys (by request)

"My Girl" - Madness
"Dying to Believe" - The Beths
"Dreaming" - Blondie (by request)

"Reel By Reel" - XTC (by request)
"Cath" - The Bluebells
"It's Only Money" - Argent (for Rod Argent's birthday)
"Sorry Girls" - The Heats

"Oh!" - The Linda Lindas
"The Hunt" - New Model Army
"Memories" - The Coathangers
"Runnin' Wild" - Angel City

"Slow Motion" - Ultravox (by request)
"Red Reflections" - The Selecter (R.I.P. Arthur "Gaps" Hendrickson)
"Sister Seagull" - Be Bop Deluxe (by request)
"Rabid Over You" - The Damned

"Barricade Beach" - Insect Surfers
"Places That Are Gone" - Tommy Keene
"Fizz Pop (Modern Rock)" - The Continentals
"Day Tripper" [live] - Cheap Trick (by request)
Re: Setlist from last night (14 June)
June 24, 2024 11:55AM
Who can argue with the Bluebells and a double shot of Cheap Trick?!?
Re: Setlist from last night (14 June)
June 24, 2024 06:51PM
Insect Surfers playing a big surf festival in a couple weeks, celebrating their 45th anniversary. Claiming that they are the world's longest-lived continuously performing surf band. Not like, say, the things calling themselves The Surfaris who disappear for years. Or the Ventures , who are basically a tribute band - no orig members in years.
Re: Setlist from last night (14 June)
June 25, 2024 10:40AM
Up here, we have a smaller surf-rock festival, "Surf by Surfwest." I don't anticipate the Insect Surfers showing up to play at it, any time soon -- indeed, the band's web site hasn't been updated (at least not with any gigs) since 2022. But the Pacific Northwest still is fertile ground for reverb-laden guitars, quasi-tribal drum grooves and Farfisa organs.

Another all-vinyl show next week. (I find myself tending to gravitate to that approach, on Fridays where I don't see a lot of rock birthdays.)
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