May 28, 2009
Library IV
Williamstown, N.J.

The last Thursday of May brought Dom to this fine steakhouse for a spring performance. A surprising crowd late into the night made for a rare post-midnight close for the bar. Dom planned for a typical three sets, but didn't take a break during the first hour, so sets one and two became one, long block of music. The final set took things a little past 11 p.m.

This Thursday fell during Memorial "Week" -- the time between the observed Memorial Day (May 25 this year) and the actual holiday (May 30) -- so Dom played a couple of songs from Remember Me: New, Original Folk Music for the American Soldier in the opening mega-set ("Proud of Him" and the frequently performed "When I Get Back").

- - Set 1 - -
Port of Call
Prettiest Girl in the Bar
Atlantic City (Bruce Springsteen cover)
Eight Bars of Blues
Texas Flood (Stevie Ray Vaughan cover)
Desperado (Eagles cover)
Proud of Him
The Times They Are A-Changiní (Bob Dylan cover)
Cold Pizza
Wish You Were Here
Good Talker
Thinkiní (Steve Forbert cover)
Heartbreak Hotel (Elvis Presley cover)
Knockiní on Heavenís Door (Bob Dylan cover)
Good Shepherd Sunday
Glory Days (Bruce Springsteen cover)
When I Get Back

- - Set 2 - -
The Song with the Cheesy Rhymes
Not Really
Like a Rolliní Stone (Bob Dylan cover)
Lost Along the Way
The Thrill Is Gone (B.B. King cover)
Cat Out of Water
The Wrestler (Bruce Springsteen cover)
Stowing Away on a Train
Good Riddance (Green Day cover)
Ainít So Small, After All

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