Thursday, 29 June 2017

Last night's set lists

Mark Wynn waxing lyrical

At The Habit, York: -

Ron Elderly: -
Tell Me
Brother Can You Spare A Dime

Da Elderly: -
Coupe De Ville
Old Man

The Elderly Brothers: -
Mailman Bring Me No More Blues
Eight Days A Week
Yes I Will
Crying In The Rain

What a change weather-wise from last week, it felt more like October than June and the rain was unrelenting. Be that as it may, The Habit was packed by 8:45 with punters and players. The new PA system speakers are now permanently installed, which makes setting up a lot easier. Surprise song of the night was by a young lass who delighted us with Michelle Shocked's Anchorage. Ron introduced an early Stones 'B'-side and "Bing Crosby's version" of a 1930's classic. I stuck to Neil numbers debuting Coupe De Ville (in The Habit). We debuted Side 2, Track 1 from Beatles For Sale - a little ragged, but passable; could do better as a school report might say. Crying In The Rain was dedicated to the weather outside! Highlight of the evening was a closing riff from Mark Wynn who brought back memories of his previous residency with a 15min extemporisation on 'da blues' incorporating stream of consciousness ramblings centred around an imaginary Skype conversation with Keith Richards - you couldn't make it up, but Mark did!!

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