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Thursday, December 1, 2005 6:00-8:00pm (Leftovers)

Foxhole J.C. - Silvertide
Round & Round (It Won't Be Long) - Neil Young & Crazy Horse
Communication Breakdown [BBC Sessions] - Led Zeppelin [Recorded 6/27/69, Broadcast 8/10/69]
I Can't Quit You, Baby [BBC Sessions] - Led Zeppelin [Recorded 6/27/69, Broadcast 8/10/69]
You Shook Me [BBC Sessions] - Led Zeppelin [Recorded 6/27/69, Broadcast 8/10/69]
How Many More Times [BBC Sessions] - Led Zeppelin [Recorded 6/27/69, Broadcast 8/10/69]
No Expectations - The Rolling Stones
Jigsaw Puzzle - The Rolling Stones
Fine Day - Robin Trower
A Tale Untold - Robin Trower
Careful With That Axe, Eugene (Live 5/9/77) - Pink Floyd
I'm Your Witch Doctor - John Mayall's Bluesbreakers
Shapes of Things (Live) - The Yardbirds [Cumular Limit]
Happenings Ten Years Time Ago (Live) - The Yardbirds [Cumular Limit]
Over Under Sideways Down (Live) - The Yardbirds [Cumular Limit]
I'm A Man (Live) - The Yardbirds [Cumular Limit]
Mean Town Blues (Live) - Johnny Winter And [Live]
Hoochie Coochie Man (Live) - Buddy Guy [Festival Express]
Money (Live) - Buddy Guy [Festival Express]
A Legal Matter - The Who
Adult Child - Silvertide

Notes: This was a neat little idea. In the spirit of post-Thanksgiving festivities, I dedicated this, my last show of the semester, to leftovers from the semester. I basically went through each theme I had done for my shows throughout the semester, and played one, two, or a few songs that embody that theme. It was like a nice overview of the entire semester. I liked it, it was fun.

The show began with a Silvertide track, as each show this semester had, but this one also ended with a Silvertide track as well, to finish just where the semester had started. Neil and the Horse were represented, followed by a tasty block of live Zeppelin, a couple Stones tracks and a couple Trower tunes, then some live Floyd and a spooky leftover. The Armageddon theme was represented in a family-tree sort of way by a nice live block of The Yardbirds, from the later stage when the band was a four-piece and featured Jimmy Page on lead guitar. Then I did some Johnny Winter followed by some classic Buddy Guy, and squeezed in a unique track in the form of The Who, before finishing with the final Silvertide song.