Sep. 4, 2008
Woodbury Farm Mkt.
Woodbury, N.J.

Dom's second appearance at the city's weekly farmers' market featured a 11 songs out of the 22 that hadn't made the previous two-hour show (
Aug. 21).  Most of the songs from Along the Way remained in the mix, as did "When I Get Back" from Remember Me: New, Original Folk Music for the American Soldier.  "Stowing Away on a Train" also stayed in the playlist, and was joined by "Boxcar Daydream" to make a pair of train songs in the second hour.  Four freight trains had chugged along the tracks adjacent to the market grounds during Dom's previous visit, but only one went by on this Thursday afternoon.  Bummer.  Dom likes freight trains.  They make for an interesting musical backdrop.

One of the promotional tools the market uses is a guy dressed in a costume that looks like a giant ear of corn.  He typically works a nearby, well-traveled street and motions people toward the market grounds.  The fellow charged with this task stopped by the main tent at the market for a short break about midway through the live music period.  Dom warned him to be careful out there, saying "Don't get arrested for stalking."  Not sure how many people got the joke.  Admittedly, it was corny. 

Similar to the Aug. 21 show, this performance featured all Dom originals.

- - Set 1 - -
Say Hi to Angelo's
          On My Way
          My Shoes Are Loaded
          Eight Bars of Blues
          Wish You Were Here
          Bright, Full Moon
          Blueberry Wine
          Ain't So Small After All
          When I Get Back

- - Set 2 - -
The Song with the Cheesy Rhymes
          Good Shepherd Sunday
          My Friend
          On That Long, Green Line
          Good or Lucky
          Two Lights at a Time
          Boxcar Daydream
          Lost Along the Way
          Stowing Away on a Train
          Not Really

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