Apr. 21, 2006
Coffee Works
Voorhees, N.J.

With a big weekend rain storm beginning, the Rock Folk & Blues Revue made another installment at Camden County's largest coffeeshop.  And it's a good thing the place is so spacious, because the rain seemed to bring in a heavy stream of customers looking for a dry place to enjoy dessert and entertainment.

It looks like a couple of patterns are developing in the RFB format, like the opening three songs of the night, the harmonica addition to "Fast Asleep" and "Two Lights at a Time" in the Folk set, and the show's closing pair of B.B. King's "The Thrill Is Gone" and Dom's own "Eight Bars of Blues."

You'll note a "trade" of sorts in the Folk set that worked really well:  "Not Supposed to Like," played in the Rock hour in the past, got its best audience response ever when used as a follow-up to Woody Guthrie's surprising protest song, "This Land Is Your Land" (yes, a protest song, but you have to hear all six verses to know that).  Perhaps "NSL" will stay in the Folk category for future shows.

- - Set 1 (ROCK) - -
Hum a Few Bars
          It Ain't Too Far Down
          Like a Rollin' Stone
(Bob Dylan cover)
          Movin' On
          Lonesome Day
(Bruce Springsteen cover)
          Beginner's Luck
          Ain't Even Done with Tonight
(John Mellencamp cover)
          King of Somewhere
          Good Riddance
(Green Day cover)
          Prettiest Girl in the Bar

- - Set 2 (FOLK) - -
Fast Asleep
          This Land Is Your Land
(Woody Guthrie cover)
          Not Supposed to Like
          Don't Think Twice, It's Alright
(Bob Dylan cover)
          Say Hi to Angelo's
          I Walk the Line
(Johnny Cash cover)
          Where Do the Children Play
(Cat Stevens cover)
          Two Lights at a Time

- - Set 3 (BLUES) - -
          Mustang Sally
(Wilson Pickett cover)
          Hoochie-Coochie Man
(Muddy Waters cover)
          Cat Out of Water
          Texas Flood
(Stevie Ray Vaughan cover)
          Heartbreak Hotel
(Elvis Presley cover)
          Letter to My Girlfriend
(Guitar Slim cover)
          My Friend
          The Thrill Is Gone
(B.B. King cover)
          Eight Bars of Blues

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