So Old It’s New set list for Monday, Dec. 7, 2020

1. Chicago, Sing A Mean Tune Kid
2. Hard Stuff, Monster In Paradise (English hard rock band, recorded on Deep Purple’s Purple Records label. The song was co-written by Purple’s Ian Gillan and Roger Glover, released in 1972)
3. John Entwistle, No. 29 (Eternal Youth)
4. Junkhouse, Jesus Sings The Blues
5. The Rolling Stones, Laugh, I Nearly Died
6. Frank Zappa, Dumb All Over (originally on You Are What You Is, 1981, this live version from the Have I Offended Someone posthumous compilation)
7. AC/DC, Code Red
8. Iron Butterfly, I Can’t Help But Deceive You Little Girl
9. Muddy Waters, Walking Thru The Park (from Fathers and Sons album, featuring Otis Spann, Michael Bloomfield, Paul Butterfield, Donald ‘Duck’ Dunn, Sam Lay and Buddy Miles)
10. Eddie Harris, Why Don’t You Quit (1970 instrumental track by jazz musician Harris. Hot Chocolate borrowed heavily from it for their song You Could Have Been A Lady in 1971, a tune April Wine turned into a hit single in 1972)
11. Neil Young, Words (Between The Lines Of Age)
12. Can, Mother Sky
13. Warren Zevon, Bo Diddley’s A Gunslinger/Bo Diddley (live)
14. Stories, Brother Louie
15. Bad Company, Master Of Ceremony
16. Roy Orbison, I Drove All Night
17. Rush, Xanadu

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