Friday, March 6, 2009

Set Lists!

For our show tonight at The Diving Cat, here are the shiny new set lists (drum roll please!):

SET #1

Moon Shadow by Cat Stevens
The Wind by Cat Stevens
Wild World by Cat Stevens
I Need You by America
I Need You by The Beatles (Harrison)
Insider by Tom Petty (duet w/Stevie Nicks on his Hard Promises album)
Out on the Weekend by Neil Young
Tell Me Why by Neil Young
Dead Flowers by The Rolling Stones
Lodi by Creedence Clearwater Revival
All on the Line by Karma Chain (me and my honey's music - see links on the right)
Whisper by Karma Chain
6th Avenue Heartache by Jakob Dylan (The Wallflowers)
That's the Way by Led Zeppelin

SET #2
Ripples by Genesis
Bye Bye Love by The Everly Brothers
Gone Gone Gone by The Everly Brothers (as done by Robert Plant and Alison Krause)
Why by Fleetwood Mac (Christine McVie)
Dear Prudence by The Beatles (Lennon) With a Siouxsie & the Banshees vibe
Across the Universe by The Beatles (Lennon)
Blackbird by The Beatles (McCartney)
Don't Dream it's Over by Crowded House
Blue by Karma Chain
As You Fade by Karma Chain
Landslide by Fleetwood Mac (Stevie Nicks)
Storm by Fleetwood Mac (Stevie Nicks)
Soul Meets Body by Death Cab for Cutie
Beautiful by Gordon Lightfoot
by Coldplay

SET #3
Mother Nature's Son by The Beatles (McCartney)
Take it Easy by The Eagles
Friend of the Devil by The Grateful Dead
Will I Find an Angel? by Karma Chain
Walking in the Rain by Karma Chain
Shelter by Lone Justice
Empty Garden by Elton John and Bernie Taupin written in memory of John Lennon
I've Just Seen a Face by The Beatles (McCartney)
Mountains to the Shore by Karma Chain
Wild Horses by The Rolling Stones
Don't Think Twice It's Alright by Bob Dylan
Seasons by Steve Miller
Here Comes The Sun by The Beatles (Harrison)

Let me know what you like, love, don't like, etc. I wish you all could be there. I'll hopefully post some pics or possibly video after the show. A rocking good weekend to all!


Amy said...

Break a leg tonight, Debbie (I mean Jamie). I love most of these songs! Love Elton John and Fleetwood Mac. Not so much into Cat Stevens. I think people will enjoy these tunes! Have fun!
P.S. Have you ever heard "Message to my Girl" by Neil Finn when he was w/the Split Enz? Great song. And Annie Lennox's version of Neil Young's "Don't Let it Bring You Down" is great, too.

Debbie said...

Wow! That is going to be great. Be sure to tell us ll about it.

valbrussell said...

This will be a glorious gig for the people listening. I love that you included Gord Lightfoot. I used to lived in Orillia, Gord's hometown. Have a blast and rock your hearts out. :)

Broke But Still Drinking said...

Where is the Diving Cat? I thought I knew the location of every watering hole this side of the Ohio river.

DebraLSchubert said...

Amy, Thanks! Sorry you don't like Cat - my husband's a huge fan and I love Wild World. Stevie is my idol, so I love getting to sing her songs. I haven't heard that song, but Split Enz completely rocked. The Finn bros are amazing! Don't Let it Bring You Down is genius.

Debbie, I'll be a good writer and faithfully report back.;-)

Val, Thanks so much! That's so cool about Gord - the song "Beautiful" is truly that. We will have fun and rock it all out!

BBSD, Diving Cat is an art gallery in the heart of Phoenixville, but have no fear - it's surrounded by some very reputable and some not-so-reputable watering holes. Plus, it's the one-year anniversary of the gallery, so they'll be serving apps and wine and beer for (are you ready for this?) FREE!!!;-)

Angie Ledbetter said...

Great playlist! Wish I could be in the audience. Love your closing trio too.

Kathryn Magendie said...

Oh! I wish I could be there!

oh wait, unless that was yesterday eve you played---if so, hope it all went well, as I'm betting it did!

DebraLSchubert said...

Angie, You know "Seasons" by Steve Miller? Wow - I'm impressed! The show was amazing. I'll put up some pics in my next post.;-)

Kat, I hope you're doing well, my friend. Yes, it was last night and the evening exceeded our wildest dreams. It was magical. Like I told Angie, I'll put up some pics and thoughts on my next post. Healing wishes to you and your family.

Vivi Alden said...

OMG, Shelter by Lone Justice is one of my favorite songs ever! I used to listen to that album over and over and over and over! See, I knew you were super cool!!!! You like good things!

Anita said...

Woo Hoo! Yes, I'd love video...or sound or something.

DebraLSchubert said...

Vivi, Shelter is amazing, and is one of our best songs. The show was great! I'll be posting pics tomorrow.

Anita, Unfortunately, we didn't get any audio or video last night, but you can hear our music on either of the websites linked on my main page. The name of our band is Karma Chain. Let me know what you think!

Vegas Linda Lou said...

Great set list! It's always a treat to hear Lodi. Hope your gig went well--looking forward to pics!

DebraLSchubert said...

Linda, Lodi is one of my all-time favorites - I played it in the first band I was ever in (that and Dead Flowers) and it will forever be part of me. Glad you like it, too.

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