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Monday March 8, 2004 4:00-6:30pm (Love Songs)

Have Love Will Travel - Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers
I've Been Loving You (Too Long) - Otis Redding (Monterey Pop Festival)
(Try Just A Little Bit Of) Tenderness - Otis Redding (Monterey Pop Festival)
Love Street - The Doors
We Could Be So Good Together - The Doors
Love In Vain - The Rolling Stones
Winter - The Rolling Stones
Laughing - The Guess Who
Undun - The Guess Who
Have You Ever Loved A Woman? - Derek and the Dominos
Let It Grow - Eric Clapton
Give A Little Bit - Supertramp
All I Ever Wanted To Do (Was Love You) - Quicksilver Messenger Service (Monterey Pop Festival)
Sister Golden Hair - America
Sit Down, I Think I Love You - Buffalo Springfield
Pretty Girl Why - Buffalo Springfield
Do I Have To Come Right Out And Say It? - Buffalo Springfield
Sad Memory - Buffalo Springfield
Go And Say Goodbye - Buffalo Springfield
Love Stinks - J. Geils Band
Bringin' On The Heartbreak - Def Leppard
Jamie's Cryin' - Van Halen
Still Loving You - The Scorpions
Open Arms - Journey
Love To Burn - Neil Young & Crazy Horse
Love And Only Love - Neil Young & Crazy Horse
Try (Just A Little Bit Harder) (Live) - Janis Joplin
Catch Me Daddy (Live) - Big Brother & The Holding Company
Cry Baby (Live) - Janis Joplin
The Last DJ - Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers

Notes: Since I didn't yet have a show during Valentine's Day this year, I had to end up doing a late Valentine's Day special, and here it is.

You might have noticed, between this show and the last, the presence of songs from the Monterey Pop Festival (1967). This must have been the year I got the Monterey Pop Festival DVD Collection at Christmas.

You also might notice a few songs from Buffalo Springfield's debut album. I was big on that album at the time. A lot of these songs had (and still have) special meaning for me, especially All I Ever Wanted To Do and Sister Golden Hair. Also Still Loving You and Open Arms, for a different reason. I enjoyed playing the double shot of Neil Young with Love To Burn and Love And Only Love, since I love those two songs, and here I got a chance to hear the studio versions from Ragged Glory (I was more familiar with the live versions off of Weld).