Nov. 18, 2006
Crescent Moon
Mullica Hill, N.J.

Some more switching the order of songs at this show.  "Not Really" opened the second set -- that'll warm you up in a hurry after the show break! -- and "Hum a Few Bars" proved to be a good closer again at the very end.

The walk-in crowd was steady for the first hour, but as soon as Dom finished the first set and went on break, most people trickled out.  Maybe he shouldn't have stopped!  The few that stayed got to hear a couple of songs that contain references to a moon (appropriate for a show at "The Moon," as Crescent Moon is known):  the Ralph Kramden tribute "One of These Days" and the obvious "Bright, Full Moon."  By now, you shouldn't be surprised by Dom's affinity for bad jokes and puns!

One show debut on this chilly autumn evening:  "Cold Pizza," a song containing great intellectual and philosophical qualities (and a plastic yellow rose).

- - Set 1 - -
         Good Shepherd Sunday
          Say Hi to Angeloís
(Jimmy Buffett cover)
          Cold Pizza
          Atlantic City
(Bruce Springsteen cover)
          Ainít So Small After All
          Wish You Were Here
          Lost Along the Way

- - Set 2 - -
          Not Really
          The Song with the Cheesy Rhymes
          Cat Out of Water
          Heart of Gold
(Neil Young cover)
          Eight Bars of Blues
          One of These Days
          Bright, Full Moon
          Like a Rolliní Stone
(Bob Dylan cover)
          Walk Peacefully
          Hum a Few Bars

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