Category Archives: So Old It’s New

So Old It’s New set list for Monday, May 9, 2016

All live stuff from The Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan, Paul McCartney, Neil Young, The Who and Roger Waters/Pink Floyd in tribute to the big California shows, Desert Trip, October 7-9 and just added, Oct. 14-16…

1. Paul McCartney and Wings, Venus And Mars/Rock Show/Jet
2. Bob Dylan, It’s Alright Ma (I’m Only Bleeding)
3. Neil Young, When You Dance I Can Really Love
4. The Rolling Stones, Midnight Rambler
5. The Who, Amazing Journey/Sparks
6. Roger Waters, Welcome To The Machine
7. Paul McCartney, That Would Be Something
8. Bob Dylan, Tonight I’ll Be Staying Here With You
j9. Neil Young, Don’t Let It Bring You Down
10. The Rolling Stones, Let It Rock
11. The Who, Shakin’ All Over/Spoonful/Twist And Shout
12. Roger Waters, Time
13. Paul McCartney, Hello Goodbye
14. Bob Dylan, Ballad Of A Thin Man
15. Neil Young, Fuckin’ Up
16. The Rolling Stones, If You Can’t Rock Me/Get Off Of My Cloud
17. The Who, Pictures Of Lily
18. Pink Floyd, Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun
19. Paul McCartney, Golden Slumbers/Carry That Weight/The End

So Old It’s New set list for Monday, May 2, 2016

1. The Rolling Stones, Rip This Joint
2. The Rolling Stones, Dancing With Mr. D
3. Bad Company, Hey Joe (live 1979)
4. Paul Rodgers, Live In Peace
5. The Kinks, Rainy Day In June
6. Pete Townshend, Time Is Passing
7. Neil Young, Ten Men Workin’ (live)
8. Lynyrd Skynyrd, Michelle
9. Cactus, You Can’t Judge A Book By The Cover
10. Tom Waits, Downtown Train
11. Edgar Winter, Fire And Ice
12. Deep Purple, Almost Human
13. Santana, Can’t You Hear Me Knocking (Scott Weiland vocals)
14. Leon Russell, Stranger In A Strange Land
15. ZZ Top, Breakaway
16. Led Zeppelin, Houses Of The Holy
17. Love, Singing Cowboy
18. Thin Lizzy, Chinatown
19. Glenn Hughes, The Liar
20. J. Geils Band, Serves You Right To Suffer (live)
21. The Allman Brothers Band, Jessica (live)

So Old It’s New set list for Monday, April 18, 2016

1. Savoy Brown, Double Lover
2. Cream, Outside Woman Blues (live 2005 reunion show)
3. Chilliwack, 148 Heavy
4. Genesis, Like It Or Not
5. Big Sugar, Let It Ride
6. David Wilcox, Somethin’s Shakin’
7. Eric Burdon & The Animals, White Houses
8. Foghat, Slow Ride full album version
9. Santana, Leave Me Alone
10. The Rolling Stones, Moon Is Up
11. Joe Jackson, Fit
12. Buckwheat Zydeco, Hot Tamale Baby
13. Mitch Ryder & The Detroit Wheels, Shakin’ With Linda
14. The Byrds, It’s Alright Ma (I’m Only Bleeding)
15. Steve Miller Band, Journey From Eden
16. The Firm, Satisfaction Guaranteed
17. Hawkwind, Hurry On Sundown
18. King Crimson, Epitaph (live in Toronto 2015)
19. Townes Van Zandt, Mr. Gold And Mr. Mud
20. Jimi Hendrix, Bleeding Heart
21. Rare Earth, Child Of Fortune/One World

So Old It’s New set list for Monday, April 11, 2016

1. Santana, Jingo (live, 1968)
2. Santana, Anywhere You Want To Go (new single, album Santana IV with original lineup out April 15)
3. Bruce Springsteen, Point Blank
4. The Doobie Brothers, Toulouse Street
5. Bruce Hornsby, Try Anything Once
6. Neil Young, Quit (Don’t Say You Love Me)
7. Nazareth, Gimme What’s Mine
8. Jethro Tull, Love Story
9. The Rolling Stones, Key To The Highway
10. Grand Funk Railroad, Someone
11. Dire Straits, Ride Across The River
12. Golden Earring, Eight Miles High (live)
13. Grateful Dead, Not Fade Away (live)
14. Joe Cocker, Midnight Rider
15. Eagles, Train Leaves Here This Morning
16. Bob Dylan, Ring Them Bells
17. Bonnie Raitt, Right Down The Line
18. David Gilmour, Echoes (live)

So Old It’s New set list for Monday, April 4, 2016

  1. Chilliwack, Crazy Talk
  2. April Wine, Silver Dollar
  3. Bachman-Turner Overdrive, She’s Keepin Time
  4. Blood, Sweat & Tears, Hi-De-Ho
  5. Blue Rodeo, 5 Days In May
  6. Burton Cummings, You Saved My Soul
  7. Colin James, Stay
  8. David Wilcox, Rockin’ The Boogie
  9. Goddo, Tough Times
  10. Gordon Lightfoot, Changes
  11. Jeff Healey, Cruel Little Number
  12. Joni Mitchell, River
  13. Junkhouse, Big Daddy
  14. Kim Mitchell, Lager And Ale
  15. Leonard Cohen, The Stranger Song
  16. Lighthouse, Sweet Lullabye
  17. Martha & The Muffins, Black Stations/White Stations
  18. Murray McLauchlan, Child’s Song
  19. Nash The Slash, Dead Man’s Curve
  20. Neil Young, Quit (Don’t Say You Love Me)
  21. Power Blues, The Rockhopper
  22. The Band, Across The Great Divide
  23. The Guess Who, Sour Suite
  24. The Tragically Hip, At The Hundredth Meridian
  25. Tom Cochrane, Mad Mad World
  26. Triumph, Lay It On The Line
  27. Red Rider, Light In The Tunnel
  28. Max Webster, Battle Scar

So Old It’s New set list: Monday, March 28, 2016 (theme show, tracks from 1972)

Back to 1972 we go – all tracks released in 1972 – but for In A Broken Dream which was released in 1970, did nothing, re-released in 1972 and became a hit for Python Lee Jackson with Rod Stewart on lead vocals. . . . may do 1972 again next week, we shall see, but here’s just a few of the bands/artists we didn’t get to: Eagles, Steely Dan, Doobie Brothers, Joe Cocker, Allman Brothers, J. Geils Band, The Guess Who, Mott The Hoople, Jethro Tull, John Lennon, Lou Reed, Peter Frampton, Dr. John . . . and that’s before even talking prog like Yes and Genesis…

1. Pink Floyd, Childhood’s End
2. David Bowie, Five Years
3. The Rolling Stones, Soul Survivor
4. Blue Oyster Cult, Then Came The Last Days Of May
5. Deep Purple, Pictures Of Home
6. Elton John, Amy
7. Chicago, A Hit By Varese
8. Python Lee Jackson featuring Rod Stewart, In A Broken Dream
9. Black Sabbath, Snowblind
10. Fleetwood Mac, Dust
11. The Kinks, Here Comes Yet Another Day
12. Stephen Stills/Manassas, Jet Set (Sigh)
13. ZZ Top, Sure Got Cold After The Rain Fell
14. Little Feat, Sailin’ Shoes
15. Uriah Heep, Sweet Lorraine
16. The Band, Don’t Do It (live)
17. Cat Stevens, Can’t Keep It In
18. Neil Young, Out On The Weekend
19. Pete Townshend, Forever’s No Time At All
20. Bob Seger, Bo Diddley/Who Do You Love?
21. Free, Travelling Man
22. Jeff Beck, Goin’ Down
23. Van Morrison, Almost Independence Day
24. Santana, Song Of The Wind

So Old It’s New set list – Monday, April 2016

1. David Bowie, Station To Station
2. Sniff ‘N’ The Tears, Poison Pen Mail
3. John Fogerty, Wicked Old Witch
4. Lynyrd Skynyrd, Searching (live)
5. Roxy Music, Jealous Guy (live)
6. Nirvana, Serve The Servants
7. Ozzy Osbourne, Over The Mountain
8. Bonnie Raitt, The Ones We Couldn’t Be
9. Paul Butterfield, The Boxer (not the Simon & Garfunkel tune, live)
10. Elton John, Razor Face
11. Pete Townshend/Ronnie Lane, Evolution
12. Queen, Tenement Funster
13. Rainbow, A Light In The Black
14. Wolfmother, Gypsy Caravan
15. Robert Cray, Don’t Be Afraid Of The Dark
16. Robert Palmer, Not A Second Time
17. Rory Gallagher, Seventh Son Of 7th Son
18. George Thorogood, Born Lover
19. Led Zeppelin, Black Country Woman
20. The Rolling Stones, Prodigal Son (live)
21. FM, Phasors On Stun (live)

So Old It’s New set list for Monday, March 14, 2016

The bulk of tonight’s show comes via Tom Carter, an Atlanta, Georgia-based musician who contacted me seeking airplay, sent me his album, Look Around, and here we are…good REM meets 60s and 70s classic rock album…nice work. more on Tom Carter at and the album is here:

Here is tonight’s set list:

  1. Meatloaf, Nocturnal Pleasure
  2. Tom Carter, You Go
  3. Tom Carter, Lost In This World
  4. Tom Carter, Look Around
  5. Emerson, Lake & Palmer, Karn Evil 9
  6. Tom Carter, Remember The Days
  7. Tom Carter, Down But Not Out
  8. Tom Carter, Julian Says
  9. Tom Carter, Overdrive
  10. Molly Hatchet, Fall Of The Peacemakers
  11. Tom Carter, Prisoner In A Cell
  12. Tom Carter, Where Are The Good Times?
  13. Tom Carter, We Had It Made
  14. Tom Carter, Still On We Go
  15. Creedence Clearwater Revival, Penthouse Pauper
  16. Powder Blues, Thirsty Ears
  17. Roy Buchanan, Five String Blues
  18. Mick Jagger, Gun
  19. David Bowie, Blackstar
  20. Elton John, My Father’s Gun


So Old It’s New set list ( 8-10 pm) for Monday, March 7, 2016

  1. Jethro Tull, Cheap Day Return
  2. Jeff Beck, She’s A Woman
  3. Black Sabbath, The Sabbath Stones
  4. J.J. Cale, Tijuana
  5. Judas Priest, Hell Patrol
  6. George Thorogood, Boogie People
  7. Chilliwack, Baby Blue
  8. Max Webster, Battle Scar
  9. Nick Lowe, Born Fighter
  10. Gladys Knight & The Pips, I’ve Got To Use My Imagination
  11. Saga, On The Loose
  12. Keith Richards, Connection (live)
  13. Montrose, Rock Candy
  14. Led Zeppelin, The Wanton Song
  15. AC/DC, Got You By The Balls
  16. Ian Hunter, All Of The Good Ones Are Taken
  17. Santana, Incident At Neshabur
  18. Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band, Ain’t Got No Money
  19. Pink Floyd, Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun
  20. The Ramones, Needles & Pins
  21. Bruce Springsteen, Out In The Street
  22. The Who, The Acid Queen
  23. David Bowie, God Knows I’m Good
  24. ZZ Top, Ko Ko Blue
  25. Peter Frampton, Penny For Your Thoughts
  26. Peter Frampton, I’ll Give You Money
  27. Peter Gabriel / featuring Youssou N’Dour, Shaking The Tree
  28. Peter Tosh, Equal Rights
  29. Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers, Century City
  30. Chuck Berry, Roll Over Beethoven
  31. Pink Floyd, A New Machine, Part 2

So Old It’s New set list for Monday, Feb. 29, 2016

  1. Glenn Miller Orchestra, In The Mood
  2. Genesis, Dance On A Volcano
  3. Bob Dylan, Maggie’s Farm
  4. Hawkwind, Back On The Streets
  5. Chris Whitley, The Road Leads Down
  6. Robert Plant, Your Ma Said You Cried In Your Sleep Last Night
  7. Grand Funk Railroad, Aimless Lady
  8. The Byrds, It’s All Over Now, Baby Blue
  9. Rory Gallagher, Alexis
  10. The Beatles, Fixing A Hole
  11. Elton John, Birds
  12. Jethro Tull, Reason For Waiting
  13. Frank Zappa, Cosmik Debris
  14. Iron Maiden, Tailgunner
  15. Ian Anderson, The Water Carrier
  16. Kris Kristofferson, From The Bottle To The Bottom
  17. The Smithereens, Blood And Roses
  18. Elvis Costello, Beyond Belief
  19. Elvis Presley, Polk Salad Annie
  20. Holy Barbarians, Space Junkie
  21. Marc Bolan & T. Rex, Mystic Lady
  22. Fairport Convention, Tale In Hard Time
  23. The Rolling Stones, Doncha Bother Me
  24. Them, Richard Cory
  25. Peter Gabriel, And Through The Wire
  26. Fleetwood Mac, Bermuda Triangle
  27. Traffic, (Sometimes I Feel So) Uninspired
  28. ZZ Top, El Diablo
  29. The Kinks, Holiday In Waikiki
  30. Thin Lizzy, Do Anything You Want To
  31. 31. Rush, Cygnus X-1