Thursday, 14 July 2016

Last night's set lists

At The Habit, York: -

Ron Elderly: -
You Better Move On
Just My Imagination

Da Elderly: -
I Don't Want To Talk About It

The Elderly Brothers: -
Love Hurts
All My Loving
Baby It's You
The First Cut Is The Deepest
Somebody Help Me

The venue was packed when The Elderlys finally showed up (about 9:30) having been delayed by a beer and curry session! There were the regulars with their loop machines, some fine purveyors of original songs and the visiting harmonica player from the US of A - he joined our host for two unforgettably good songs: Henry Thomas' Don't Ease Me In and Bull Doze Blues (which became Canned Heat's Going Up The Country). The Elderly Brothers closed the show with the usual mixture of 60s fare, including their debut of a Cat Stevens song, notably covered by P.P. Arnold in 1967. In the after-show jam there was more harmonica-fuelled music with a blues or two and a splendid time was had by all!

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