July 20, 2007
Coffee Works
Voorhees, N.J.

This summertime blast featured two fun requests from the audience.  First a young listener named Matt wanted to hear "Margaritaville" by Jimmy Buffett, so that song found its way into the Rock hour.  Then during the Blues hour, someone was repeatedly and strangely calling for an 80s hair-band song, "Heat of the Moment" by Asia.  Dom couldn't resist and played it after the planned Rock Folk & Blues Revue was over.

"Taxi" made the setlist for the first time in a while, sparked by a surprise bit of radio airplay in the week leading up to this Friday-night show.  Three days prior, Rowan University's WGLS broadcast the song on its "Locals Only" program.  They dug all the way back to 2003's album
Lightning Struck for that one;  good to know they like it.

          - - Set 1 (ROCK) - -

Good Shepherd Sunday
          Bright, Full Moon
          Like a Rollin’ Stone
(Bob Dylan cover)
          Prettiest Girl in the Bar
          American Girl
(Tom Petty cover)
          It Ain't Too Far Down
(Jimmy Buffett cover)
          Good Riddance
(Green Day cover)
          Not Really

- - Set 2 (FOLK) - -
Wish You Were Here
          Ain't So Small After All
          This Land Is Your Land
(Woody Guthrie cover)
          Where Do the Children Play
(Cat Stevens cover)
          The Song with the Cheesy Rhymes
          Don't Think Twice, It's Alright
(Bob Dylan cover)
          Say Hi to Angelo’s
          Always on My Mind
(Willie Nelson cover)
          Two Lights at a Time

- - Set 3 (BLUES) - -
Eight Bars of Blues
          Lonelier to Stay
          Hoochie-Coochie Man
(Muddy Waters cover)
          Mustang Sally
(Wilson Pickett cover)
          Heartbreak Hotel
(Elvis Presley cover)
          Cat Out of Water
          The Thrill Is Gone
(B.B. King cover)
          Lost Along the Way

- - ENCORE (by request) - -
Heat of the Moment (Asia cover)

from the July 20th show at
Coffee Works!

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