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Wednesday April 23, 2003 8:00-10:30pm (Anything Goes / Farewell Night)

And The Gods Made Love - The Jimi Hendrix Experience
Awake - Jim Morrison/The Doors
Atom Heart Mother - Pink Floyd
Roadhouse Blues (Live) - The Doors
Turn The Page (Live) - Bob Seger
Show Me The Way (Live) - Peter Frampton
Excerpts From The Six Wives of Henry VIII (Live) - Rick Wakeman/Yes
Sunshine Of Your Love - Cream
White Room - Cream
Crossroads - Cream
Achilles Last Stand - Led Zeppelin
Baba O'Riley - The Who
You Got Me Rocking - The Rolling Stones
Cinnamon Girl - Neil Young
Back In Black - AC/DC
Revolution 9 - The Beatles
Still Raining, Still Dreaming - The Jimi Hendrix Experience
Don't Come Around Here No More - Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers
Run Like Hell - Pink Floyd
Aku-Aku - Styx
The Kids Are Alright (Live 7/29/02) - The Who
An American Prayer/Hour For Magic/Freedom Exists/A Feast Of Friends - Jim Morrison/The Doors
Stairway To Heaven (Live 7/17/77) - Led Zeppelin

Notes: This was a pretty bizarre night. And not just because I took the opportunity to play some pretty weird songs. This was the last show of the semester, and by this point, Nate had given up on the show, due to a schedule conflict, after unsuccessfully trying to get the show moved to Friday night. I took the initiative to maintain the show, but to be honest, I had a blast running the show by myself.

Among the strange songs I played on this night were The Beatles' Revolution 9 (which I just love for its creepiness), and some tracks from An American Prayer, which features Jim Morrison's poetry set to Doors music (released by the band years after Morrison's death). I had just got into this album, after a couple of guys I was working on a psychology project with had discovered the song The Ghost Song from that album. It was fantastic, and not only did I get the album, but I played that song and others from it on this show. But the real creepy thing is that I got multiple mysterious phone calls that night. One time, Arnold Schwarzenegger called and he kept asking me about pizza or something. I wasn't scared, but I *was* totally confused and somewhat creeped out. I later found out that it was one of the two guys that I had worked with on the psychology project, having some fun prank calling me during my show.