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RichardH
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Well that's that then....

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In anticipation of the move to East Sussex, I've just done my final gig the two bands I play in. The Ironglass guitarist managed to get a gig for us on Saturday night at a pub that runs the monthly jam I go along to, so we did it as a joint gig for the two bands.... which meant I ended up playing three sets. Was a bit ambivalent about it, but we all had a good evening, helped by having a friend run the sound and lights for us, which made a big difference (It's usually me trying to do that as well as play). Here's the set lists, just for fun

Bad Harry set 1
Road Runner
My Generation Blues
She Caught the Katy
Bad to the Bone
The One I Love
Freefalling
Need Your Love So Bad
Black Magic Woman
Blue Monday
2468 Motorway
All Day and All of the Night
Tusk

Ironglass Set
Killing In The Name Of
Won't Get Fooled Again
Alive
Lil Devil
Tom Sawyer
Best of You
Radar Love
Bridge To Better Days
Fool For Your Loving
Rosalie
Crazy Horses
Burn
Heartbreaker
Whole Lotta Love
Smells Like Teen Spirit
War Pigs

Bad Harry set 2
Back in the USSR
Louie Louie
La Bamba
Twist & Shout
You Never Can Tell
Brown Sugar
Honky Tonk Woman
Midnight Hour
Knock on Wood
Gimme Some Lovin’
Hoochie Coochie Man

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Post by redroque »

good st - pity im too far - id have gone for an auditon for that band!

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Fuck me sideways Richard you don't do easy ones with Ironglass :)

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Ha! No - especially as we're only a 3 piece. Burn started off as a bit of joke/challenge, but it became a bit of a set highlight/regular.
It's a bugger getting inside the horn when you've got the array supports in place, isn't it!

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Post by Richard Dean Anderson »

Some great song choices right there, I can image how fun they are to play.

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