Sep. 20, 2007
Crerand Ale House
Claymont, Del.

The last full day of autumn brought Dom back to an Irish pub in northern Delaware.  The crowd at Crerand has consistently been appreciative of both Dom's originals and style of covers.  The biggest hits with listeners were some original blues songs ("Cold" and "Boat").  In fact, a patron requested that "Boat" be played again in the last hour, so he could let a friend listen to it whom he had called to come to the bar after hearing it the previous set.

Earlier in the week was the anniversary of Jimi Hendrix's death, so Dom played an old Howlin' Wolf song ("Killin' Floor") that Hendrix covered many times.  "Desperado" in the second set was performed after a friendly "dare" from a listener.

          - - Set 1 - -
Good Shepherd Sunday
          Bright, Full Moon
          Like a Rollin' Stone
(Bob Dylan covers)
          Thunder Road
(Bruce Springsteen cover)
          Killin' Floor
(Howlin' Wolf cover)
          Good or Lucky
(Jimmy Buffett cover)
          Lost Along the Way

- - Set 2 - -
Prettiest Girl in the Bar
          Go Deep
          Knockin' on Heaven's Door
(Bob Dylan cover)
          Lonesome Day
(Bruce Springsteen cover)
          Mustang Sally
(Wilson Pickett cover)
          When I Get Back
          Tupelo Honey
(Van Morrison cover)
(Eagles cover)
          Hugs and Kisses

- - Set 3 - -
          The Song with the Cheesy Rhymes
          My Shoes Are Loaded
          The Times, They Are A-Changin'
(Bob Dylan cover)
          Atlantic City
(Bruce Springsteen cover)
          Eight Bars of Blues
          Heartbreak Hotel
(Elvis Presley cover)
          Blow Away
          You've Got to Hide Your Love Away
(Beatles cover)
          Hum a Few Bars
          Not Really

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