Aug. 18, 2006
Coffee Works
Voorhees, N.J.

The third Friday of August marked an anniversary of sorts for Dom and Coffee Works.  It was August of 2005 when Dom debuted the Rock Folk & Blues Revue at Camden County's largest coffeeshop.  He's returned roughly every other month since then with the same fun format.

This time was a little different, because it marked the first Coffee Works show at which
Along the Way came along for the ride (the previous Coffee Works show in June preceded the album release by nine days).  The new album meshed very well with the Rock Folk & Blues Revue format, with "Blueberry Wine" and "Lost Along the Way" moving to the Blues set.  Any other songs from the record fit easily into Rock or Folk.  Piece of cake!  (Mmmm ... cake)

One special, timely song in the bunch:  acknowledging Tom Petty's new album by playing one of his classics, "Refugee," during the Rock set.

- - Set 1 (ROCK) - -
Bright, Full Moon
          Like a Rolliní Stone
(Bob Dylan cover)
          It Ainít Too Far Down
          Perfectly Good Guitar
(John Hiatt cover)
          Prettiest Girl in the Bar
(Tom Petty cover)
          Good Shepherd Sunday
          Good Riddance
(Greenday cover)
          Not Really

- - Set 2 (FOLK) - -
Say Hi to Angeloís
          This Land Is Your Land
(Woody Guthrie cover)
          Not Supposed to Like
          Always on My Mind
(Willie Nelson cover)
          The Song with the Cheesy Rhymes
          The Times They Are A-Changiní
(Bob Dylan cover)
          Two Lights at a Time
          Youíve Got to Hide Your Love Away
(Beatles cover)
          Wish You Were Here

- - Set 3 (BLUES) - -
         Eight Bars of Blues
          Hoochie-Coochie Man
(Muddy Waters cover)
          Blueberry Wine
          Mustang Sally
(Wilson Pickett cover)
          Lonelier to Stay
          The Thrill Is Gone
(B.B. King cover)
          Lost Along the Way

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