Chautauqua Set List 7-21-12

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Chautauqua Set List 7-21-12

Postby West Words » Mon Jul 23, 2012 10:05 pm

1. Side of the Road (duo)
2. Can’t Let Go
3. I Lost It – tour debut
4. Jackson – tour debut
5. Concrete and Barbed Wire
6. Over Time
7. Blue – tour debut
8. Trying To Get To Heaven - ‘Of course we’re all grieving for the victims of the horrible tragedy the other night. I want to dedicate tonight’s show to all of the victims of the senseless tragedy. This is a song I recorded for a Bob Dylan tribute.’ <With Doug on pedal steel>
9. Steal Your Love – ‘Hopefully tonight’s show, like last night’s, is as healing to you as it is to us. Feel free to get up and dance.’ (no one really did at that time)
10. Hot Blood – tour debut - ‘Here’s a song we don’t do very often, off Sweet Old World’
‘We’re going to have to make that part of the regular set list – that sounded pretty damn good.’
11. Buttercup
12. I Need Protection - ‘It’s amazing what you can do with one chord.’ :D We’re excited to get into the studio with that one. Kind of reminds me of Wilson Pickett. I knew that stuff would come out sooner or later.’
13. Out Of Touch – ‘That was my all-time favorite Doug Pettibone guitar solo.’
14. Ain’t My Cross To Bear
15. Righteously
16. Changed The Locks
17. Joy – three, and then five, crazy and extremely energetic and high-jumping dancers appeared on the floor in front of the stage with very big, expressive, and very joy-ous movements. Only one was female, it was very comical to watch.
18. Honeybee

Encore – Eric gestured for people to come down to the stage, and all cheerfully obliged.

19. I Ain’t Got No Home In This World Anymore (solo) – ‘I’m doing this song in honor of Woody Guthrie’s 100th birthday. This song is so relevant today, even though it was written in the 40’s.’ Then in the middle of the song, Lu said ‘This verse here is especially relevant now – “The gamblin’ man is rich, and the working man is poor.”
20. Factory – Springsteen cover, band walks on
21. Blessed
22. Get Right With God – Amy Cook and David Garza joined in, with David playing Lu’s electric guitar. ‘Love, Peace, and Revolution, and Power to the People.’
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Re: Chautauqua Set List 7-21-12

Postby LWjetta » Tue Jul 24, 2012 3:30 am

Great reporting West Words, #7 "Blue" my all time favorite.

Here are some photos and a review from Reverb.
http://www.heyreverb.com/2012/07/23/luc ... os-review/

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Re: Chautauqua Set List 7-21-12

Postby tonyg » Tue Jul 24, 2012 4:50 am

Tremendous report West Words! Glad you had a good time.
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Re: Chautauqua Set List 7-21-12

Postby punchdrunklove » Sat Aug 11, 2012 9:21 am

17. Joy – three, and then five, crazy and extremely energetic and high-jumping dancers appeared on the floor in front of the stage with very big, expressive, and very joy-ous movements. Only one was female, it was very comical to watch.


my kinda people.

13. Out Of Touch – ‘That was my all-time favorite Doug Pettibone guitar solo.’


agreed. a wise woman that lucinda.
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