All posts by Karlo Berkovich

Former Associate Editor/Web Editor/Sports Editor at Waterloo Region Record with a keen interest in rock music, specifically classic rock with side dishes of blues, late 70s punk and new wave plus sprinklings of reggae, soul and funk.

So Old It’s New set list for Monday, June 8, 2015

So Old It’s New set list for Monday, June 8, 2015

1. The Rolling Stones, Bitch (extended version from Sticky Fingers expanded edition re-release)
2. Eric Clapton, Main Line Florida
3. Joe Jackson, Right And Wrong
4. The Beatles, Any Time At All
5. Golden Earring, Leather
6. Groundhogs, Eccentric Man (live)
7. Martin Barre, Minstrel In The Gallery
8. Headstones, Digits
9. Bachman-Turner Overdrive, Don’t Get Yourself In Trouble
10. Bad Company, Lonely For Your Love
11. Stephen Stills, Know You Got To Run
12. Buddy Guy, When My Left Eye Jumps
13. Jethro Tull, Still Loving You Tonight
14. Elton John, Sails
15. Paul McCartney, Vintage Clothes
16. The Rolling Stones, Can’t You Hear Me Knocking (short alternate version from Sticky Fingers expanded edition re-release)
17. Thin Lizzy, Cold Sweat
18. David Bowie, Letter To Hermione
19. Procol Harum, Homburg
20. Robin Trower, Hannah
21. Whitesnake, Comin’ Home
22. Deep Purple, This Time Around/Owed To G
23. Canned Heat, Christmas Blues
24. The Allman Brothers Band, Jessica (live at Nassau Coliseum, Uniondale, New York 1973)

So Old It’s New set list for Monday, June 1, 2015

1. Whitesnake, You Fool No One
2. Eric Clapton/Steve Winwood, Them Changes (live)
3. Robert Plant, Messin’ With The Mekon
4. John Mellencamp, Suzanne And The Jewels
5. Judas Priest, Hell & Back
6. AC/DC, Skies On Fire
7. John Phillips, Mr. Blue
8. The Rolling Stones, Long, Long While
9. Cat Stevens, I’ve Got A Thing About Seeing My Grandson Grow Old
10. R.E.M., Undertow
11. Blood, Sweat & Tears, Children Of The Wind
12. Jose Feliciano, California Dreamin’
13. Gillan/Glover, Via Miami
14. David Bowie, Always Crashing In The Same Car
15. David Wilcox, Fire In My Bones
16. Elton John, Empty Sky
17. Lee Harvey Osmond, Blue Moon Drive
18. Emerson, Lake & Palmer, Nutrocker
19. Genesis, Firth Of Fifth
20. Jimi Hendrix, Bleeding Heart
21. Eric Clapton, I Shot The Sheriff (live 14:04 version)

So Old It’s New set list for Monday, May 25, 2015

Programmed show tonight, forgot to post last week’s show so May 18 follows this week’s.

  1. The Allman Brothers Band, Drunken Hearted Boy
  2. In Memory Of Elizabeth Reed
  3. Stormy Monday
  4. Don’t Keep Me Wonderin’
  5. Trouble No More
  6. Mountain Jam
  7. Done Sombody Wrong
  8. Statesboro Blues
  9. Midnight Rider
  10. Whipping Post
  11. Hot ‘Lanta
  12. Pink Floyd, Sheep
  13. Pink Floyd, Signs Of Life

* Tracks 1-11 from The Allman Brothers Band Live At The Fillmore East (expanded edition)

May 18, 2015 show (first two tracks a tribute to the late great B.B. King)

  1. B.B. King, The Thrill Is Gone
  2. B.B. King, Lucille
  3. The Kinks, Victoria (for Victoria Day!)
  4. The Kinks, Big Black Smoke
  5. Peter Frampton, Penny For Your Thoughts
  6. Peter Frampton, (I’ll Give You) Money
  7. The Mamas & The Papas, Straight Shooter
  8. The Rolling Stones, Yesterday’s Papers
  9. The Who, A Man Is A Man
  10. Paul McCartney, Ever Present Past
  11. Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers, Century City
  12. The Byrds, Goin’ Back
  13. The Guess Who, 6 A.M. Or Nearer
  14. The Tragically Hip, Looking For A Place To Happen
  15. The Velvet Underground, Rock And Roll
  16. Thin Lizzy, She Knows
  17. ZZ Top, Breakaway
  18. Paul Butterfield Blues Band, Driftin’ And Driftin’ (Live)
  19. Peter Green Splinter Group, Big Change Is Gonna Come
  20. Ian Hunter, All Of The Good Ones Are Taken
  21. Murray MacLauchlan, Exiles
  22. Link Wray & The Wraymen, Batman Theme
  23. Link Wray & The Wraymen, The Black Widow
  24. Lightnin’ Hopkins, Fan It
  25. Jose Feliciano, Rain
  26. John Mellencamp, Fruit Trader
  27. Jefferson Airplane, Two Heads
  28. Jeff Beck, She’s A Woman

So Old It’s New set list for Monday, May 4, 2015

  1. Montrose, Space Station #5
  2. Nik Turner, Fallen Angel STS-51-L
  3. Lee Harvey Osmond, Loser Without Your Love
  4. The Rolling Stones, Look What The Cat Dragged In
  5. The Moody Blues, Talking Out Of Turn
  6. Guns N’ Roses, Better
  7. Jack Green, I Call No Answer
  8. David Wilcox, Ivory Tower
  9. Van Morrison, These Dreams Of You
  10. The Edgar Winter Group, Undercover Man
  11. Lynyrd Skynyrd, Edge Of Forever
  12. AC/DC, Emission Control
  13. Tom Wilson, Because Of You
  14. Rush, Clockwork Angels
  15. Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band, House Behind A House
  16. David Bowie, Station To Station
  17. Robert Plant, Win My Train Fair Home
  18. Jethro Tull, My God
  19. The Rolling Stones, Midnight Rambler (live 1975 LA Forum)
  20. Mick Taylor, Coastin’ Home (live)

So Old It’s New set list for Monday, April 27, 2015

1. Martin Barre, Air: Lament Of The Spalpeen/Martin’s Jig/Hymn 43
2. Otis Redding, Let Me Come On Home
3. Paul Rodgers, Northwinds
4. Peter Frampton, While My Guitar Gently Weeps (Beatles cover)
5. The Doobie Brothers, Eyes Of Silver
6. The Faces, Three Button Hand Me Down
7. Bruce Cockburn, A Dream Like Mine
8. Eddie Cochran, Nervous Breakdown
9. Leon Russell, Alcatraz
10. The Pretenders, Dance
11. The Police, Masoko Tanga
12. Elton John, Rock Me When He’s Gone
13. Eric Clapton, We’re All The Way
14. The Who, Time Is Passing
15. The Marshall Tucker Band, Running Like The Wind
16. U2, Cedarwood Road
17. The Rolling Stones, Driving Too Fast
18. Thin Lizzy, Do Anything You Want To
19. The Tragically Hip, Thugs
20. Van Morrison, Santa Fe/Beautiful Obsession
21. Hawkwind, Space Is Deep
22. Bob Dylan, Brownsville Girl

So Old It’s New set list for Monday, April 20, 2015

  1. Little Feat, Dixie Chicken (live in Holland, 1976)
  2. Taste, It’s Happened Before It’ll Happen Again
  3. Genesis, Squonk, (live, Seconds Out)
  4. Grand Funk Railroad, Foot Stompin’ Music
  5. John Mellencamp, Rural Route
  6. Max Webster, Battle Scar
  7. Flash & The Pan, Don’t Vote
  8. Marianne Faithfull, So Sad
  9. Humble Pie, Stone Cold Fever
  10. Kraftwerk, Music Non Stop
  11. Jimi Hendrix, Can You Please Crawl Out Your Window? (BBC sessions)
  12. The Rolling Stones, Confessin’ The Blues
  13. The Temptations, Runaway Child, Running Wild
  14. Grateful Dead, Not Fade Away (live)
  15. Nick Lowe, Born Fighter
  16. Roxy Music, My Only Love (live)
  17. David Wilcox, Love Meltdown
  18. Mitch Ryder & The Detroit Wheels, Jenny Take A Ride
  19. Motorhead, Iron Fist
  20. Power Blues, Hear That Guitar Ring
  21. Nazareth, Gone Dead Train
  22. Valdy, Hot Rocks
  23. Neil Young, No More
  24. The Allman Brothers Band, You Don’t Love Me (live, A & R Studios WPLJ-FM radio broadcast, Aug. 26, 1971)

So Old It’s New set list for Monday, April 13, 2015

  1. Billy Cobham, Stratus
  2. Queen + Paul Rodgers, War Boys
  3. Elton John, Amoreena
  4. Carlos Santana/Buddy Miles, Them Changes (live)
  5. Bob Seger, Bo Diddley
  6. Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds, The Mexican
  7. John Mellencamp, They’re So Tough
  8. Marc Bolan & T. Rex, The Slider
  9. Pink Floyd, If
  10. J.J. Cale, End Of The Line
  11. CAN, Mother Sky
  12. Bob Dylan, Sweetheart Like You
  13. Keith Richards, It Means A Lot
  14. Lou Reed, Perfect Day
  15. Joni Mitchell, All I Want
  16. Bruce Springsteen, Reno
  17. Deep Purple, Clearly Quite Absurd
  18. Robert Cray, Moan
  19. Lynyrd Skynyrd, Roll Gypsy Roll
  20. Bloomfield/Kooper/Stills, Season Of The Witch

So Old It’s New set list for Monday, April 6, 2015

1. The Cars, Good Times Roll
2. Gov’t Mule, Thorazine Shuffle
3. Tom Waits, Big In Japan
4. Headstones, Hindsight
5. Bruce Cockburn, Understanding Nothing
6. Jethro Tull, Quizz Kid
7. Cowboy Junkies, Powderfinger
8. Big Sugar, ‘Round Midnight
9. Black Sabbath, Planet Caravan
10. Black Sabbath, Fluff
11. Pink Floyd, Embryo
12. Billy Joel, Rosalinda’s Eyes
13. Johnny Cash, The Ballad Of Ira Hayes
14. Wolfmother, Eyes Open
15. Bob Dylan, Only A Pawn In Their Game
16. CAN, Sunday Jam
17. The Beatles, Sexy Sadie
18. Cream, Cat’s Squirrel
19. Led Zeppelin, Hot Dog
20. Judas Priest, Snakebite
21. Genesis, Home By The Sea
22. Emerson, Lake & Palmer, The Barbarian
23. Nazareth, Spinning Top
24. ZZ Top, Dust My Broom
25. AC/DC, Night Of The Long Knives
26. Elton John, Susie (Dramas)
27. Deep Purple, Lazy (Live 2006 at Montreaux)
28. The Ramones, Cabbies On Crack

So Old It’s New set list for Monday, March 30, 2015

1. Arc Angels, Spanish Moon
2. The Rolling Stones, All Down The Line (live 1975 LA Forum)
3. Bachman-Turner Overdrive, Stayed Awake All Night
4. Bee Gees, Holiday
5. Jethro Tull, Play In Time
6. Nick Lowe, Big Kick, Plain Scrap
7. Boz Scaggs, Hercules
8. Monster Magnet, 2000 Light Years From Home (Rolling Stones cover)
9. Black Oak Arkansas, Strong Enough To Be Gentle
10. Tim Hardin, Reason To Believe
11. Black Sabbath, Sleeping Village
12. The Temptations, Cloud Nine
13. Paul McCartney, Back In The Sunshine Again
14. Eric Burdon & The Animals, Inside Looking Out
15. Govt Mule with Jon Scofield, Afro Blue

So Old It’s New set list for Monday, March 23, 2015

Roots of the blues show tonight, March 23, 2015. Listed by artist, song

1. Robert Johnson, Crossroad Blues
2. Albert King, Personal Manager
3. Mississippi Fred McDowell, You Gotta Move
4. B.B. King, Crying Won’t Help You
5. Bessie Smith, Need A Little Sugar In My Bowl
6. Big Bill Broonzy, My Big Money
7. Big Joe Williams, Baby Please Don’t Go
8. Howlin’ Wolf, I Ain’t Superstitious
9. Blind Willie McTell, Statesboro Blues
10. Otis Rush, I Can’t Quit You Baby
11. Bobby ‘Blue’ Bland, I Pity The Fool
12. John Lee Hooker, I’m Bad Like Jesse James (live)
13. Etta James, W-O-M-A-N
14. Sonny Boy Williamson II (Rice Miller), Bring It On Home
15. Bukka White, Shake ‘Em On Down

16. Taj Mahal, Six Days On The Road
17. Muddy Waters, Still A Fool
18. Slim Harpo, I’m A King Bee
19. Memphis Minnie, When The Levee Breaks
20. Elmore James, Madison Blues
21. Little Walter, Last Night
22. Chuck Berry, How You’ve Changed
23. Buddy Guy, Ten Years Ago
24. Charley Patton, Shake It And Break It
25. Sleep John Estes, Liquor Store
26. Billie Holiday, Lover Man (Oh Where Can You Be)
27. Willie Dixon, Back Door Man
28. Lightnin’ Hopkins, Automobile
29. Fats Domino, Going To The River
30. Freddie King, You’ve Got To Love Her With A Feeling
31. T-Bone Walker, Call It Stormy Monday (Tuesday’s Just As Bad)
32. Sonny Boy Williamson I (John Lee Williamson), Stop Breaking Down
33. Son House, Death Letter
34. Sonny Terry And Brownie McGhee, Down By The Riverside
35. Earl Hooker, Wah Wah Blues