|Aug. 26, 2005
After six previous shows on Sunday evenings at Coffee Works, Dom performed for the first time on a Friday night at Camden County's largest coffeeshop.
Following the typical opening song "Hum a Few Bars," Dom jumped headlong into the Rock, Folk & Blues plan for the night. A big hit at other venues, this format easily filled the three hours in its first appearance at Coffee Works. Show debuts of Dom's originals were: "Not Really" in Rock; "The Band Plays on Somewhere Else" and "Party of One" in Folk; and "Sweet Ann-Marie" in Blues.
The house sound system malfunctioned toward the end of the Rock set, during Dom's cover of Bob Dylan's "Like A Rollin' Stone." So, that set got cut short by a song -- no "Prettiest Girl in the Bar" closer -- but after a normal intermission, Dom had his own speaker and mixer configured to allow the rest of the show to go off without a problem.
Oh, and those aren't typos; Dylan during the Rock hour, and the Beatles during the Folk hour. If you missed the stories for them, as well as the full version of Woody Guthrie's "This Land Is Your Land," you'll have to hear them at a show some time!
- - Set 1 (ROCK) - -
Hum a Few Bars
Lonely Old Night (John Mellancamp cover)
Bright, Full Moon
I Won't Back Down (Tom Petty cover)
Good Riddance (Greenday cover)
Like a Rollin' Stone (Bob Dylan cover)
- - Set 2 (FOLK) - -
The Band Plays on Somewhere Else
Party of One
You've Got to Hide Your Love Away (Beatles cover)
This Land Is Your Land (Woody Guthrie cover)
Always on My Mind (Willie Nelson cover)
Say Hi to Angelo's
Two Lights at a Time
- - Set 3 (BLUES) - -
Life by the Drop (Stevie Ray Vaughan cover)
Killin’ Floor (Howlin’ Wolf cover)
I Can't Dance
The Thrill Is Gone (B.B. King cover)
Big Boss Man (Jimmy Reed cover)
Eight Bars of Blues
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