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, 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

So Old It’s New set list for Monday, March 16, 2015

White folks blues show tonight, March 16, 2015. Listed by artist/band, song

1. Johnny Winter, All Tore Down
2. The Rolling Stones, I Got The Blues
3. Mose Allison, Your Molecular Structure
4. Tim Curry, Sloe Gin
5. Woody Guthrie, Mean Talking Blues
6. Ten Years After, Spider In My Web
7. Gregg Allman, Just Another Rider
8. The Yardbirds, Still I’m Sad
9. Jethro Tull, It’s Breaking Me Up
10. The Butterfield Blues Band, Last Hope’s Gone
11. J.J. Cale, Brown Dirt
12. ZZ Top, Mushmouth Shoutin’
13. J. Geils Band, On Borrowed Time
14. Rory Gallagher, Cross Me Off Your List
15. Roy Buchanan, Pete’s Blue
16. Stevie Ray Vaughan, Dirty Pool
17. Chris Whitley, Twelve Thousand Miles
18. Gillan/Glover, Lonely Avenue

19. Maria Muldaur, Three Dollar Bill
20. Eric Clapton, Third Degree
21. Kris Kristofferson, From The Bottle To The Bottom
22. John Mayall/Bluesbreakers, Spinning Coin
23. Chicken Shack, King Of The World
24. Bloomfield, Kooper, Stills (Super Session), His Holy Modal Majesty

So Old It’s New set list for Monday, March 2, 2015

1. Ian Gillan Band, Child In Time
2. The Rolling Stones, The Spider And The Fly (Stripped version)
3. Thin Lizzy, Fighting My Way Back
4. Pete Townshend, Jools And Jim
5. Frank Zappa, Cosmik Debris
6. The Guess Who, Minstrel Boy
7. Aerosmith, Get Your Wings
8. AC/DC, Sin City (live)
9. Mott The Hoople, Thunderbuck Ram
10. Alice Cooper, Unfinished Sweet
11. Black Oak Arkansas, Fancy Nancy
12. Jefferson Airplane, Martha
13. Chicago, Fancy Colours
14. Led Zeppelin, Sick Again
15. Harry Nilsson, Spaceman
16. Fairport Convention, Tam Lin
17. Blood, Sweat & Tears, More And More
18. Cactus, Long Tall Sally
19. The Beatles. I’m Looking Through You
20. Grateful Dead, Ripple
21. Bill Withers, Use Me
22. Johnny Winter, Sen-Sa-Shun/Got My Mojo Working (live)
23. John Mayall/Bluesbreakers, So Many Roads
24. Gov’t Mule, Blind Man In The Dark (live)

So Old It’s New set list for Monday, Feb. 23

1. Fleetwood Mac, Miles Away
2. AC/DC, Can’t Stop Rock ‘N’ Roll
3. J.J. Cale, Lady Luck
4. Sex Pistols, Steppin’ Stone (live)
5. Jethro Tull, Working John, Working Joe
6. Emerson, Lake & Palmer, Take A Pebble
7. Free, Mouthful Of Grass
8. Goddo, Oh Carole (Kiss My Whip)
9. Queen, Tenement Funster
10. Queen, Flick Of The Wrist
11. Ted Nugent, Dog Eat Dog
12. Big Sugar, Sugar In My Coffee
13. Oasis, The Hindu Times
13. Teenage Head, Somethin’ Else
14. Hawkwind, Brain Box Pollution
15. The Rolling Stones, Might As Well Get Juiced
16. Supertramp, Sister Moonshine (live)
17. Ten Years After, Over The Hill
18. Mountain, Blood Of The Sun
19. Nazareth, Witchdoctor Woman
20. Quicksilver Messenger Service, Fresh Air
21. Steely Dan, Aja (live)
22.Budgie, Parents

So Old It’s New set list for Monday, Feb. 16, 2015 (listed by band/artist, song)

Box set and other stuff show…

1. The Hour Glass (pre-Allman Brothers), B.B. King Medley (Sweet Little Angel/It’s My Own Fault/How Blue Can You Get) from Dreams box set
2. King Crimson, The Court Of The Crimson King (live 1969), from the 21st Century Guide To King Crimson 1969-74 box set
3. Midnight Oil, Blot
4. George Harrison, Woman Don’t You Cry For Me
5. Joe Cocker, She Came In Through The Bathroom Window
6. Elton John, No Shoe Strings On Louise
7. Aerosmith, All Your Love, from Pandora’s Box
8. It’s A Beautiful Day, White Bird (live)
9. Rainbow, Catch The Rainbow
10. Faces, You’re My Girl (I Don’t Want To Discuss It), live @the BBC, 1973, from Five Guys Walk Into A Bar box set
11. Lou Reed, Dirty Boulevard
12. Bad Company, Sweet Lil’ Sister
13. The Rolling Stones, Look What You’ve Done
14. Soundgarden, Outshined
15. Lynyrd Skynyrd, Georgia Peaches, from the Lynyrd Skynyrd box set
16. Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, King Midas In Reverse (live)
17. Weather Report, Boogie Woogie Waltz
18. ZZ Top, Salt Lick (pre-Dusty Hill and Frank Beard, just Billy Gibbons w/Greg Lanier on bass, Dan Mitchell drums, 1970) from the Chrome, Smoke And BBQ box set
19. Jefferson Airplane, Ice Cream Phoenix
20. J.J. Cale, Rock And Roll Records
21. Genesis, Ripples

22. Steve Hackett, Shadow Of The Hierophant

So Old It’s New set list for Monday, Feb. 9, 2015

So Old It’s New set list for Monday, Feb 9, 2015 (in studio). Listed by band/artist, song (mostly long songs tonight!)

1. Supertramp, Try Again, 12:02
2. Deep Purple, Sun Goes Down, 4:11
3. Mick Taylor/Karla Olson, Winter (Rolling Stones’ cover), 12:05
4. Dire Straits, Why Worry, 8:31
5. Family, A Song For Me, 9:17
6. Edgar Winter, Fire And Ice, 7:05
7. Elton John, Two Rooms At The End Of The World (cut short by DJ, it’s schlock, bad pick, what was I thinking?), 5:40
8. Elvis Costello, Sulky Girl, 5:05
9. Monster Magnet, Black Balloon, 3:05
10. Elvis Presley, I Forgot To Remember To Forget, 2:30
11. J.J. Cale, Anyway The Wind Blows, 3:24
12. Eric Clapton, Traveling Riverside Blues, 4:31
13. Fairport Convention, Cajun Woman, 2:45
14. Rory Gallagher, Walk On Hot Coals, 7:00
15. Fats Domino, The Fat Man, 2:37
16. The Rolling Stones, She Saw Me Coming, 3:24
17. Gov’t Mule/John Scofield, Afro Blue, 23:03