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From which album is the song "Warhorse"? Must be very good to be played 20 times...
Main thing for me is 20 songs, that's more than earlier set lists. And that they do changes at all.
The Burl's Creek setlist turned out to be the same as Chicago 1, apart from the vote song. It was nice to see all the changes for Chicago 2, but I hope they are not going to just use Setlist 1 for all the single-show dates and only pull out Setlist 2 where they have a second show in the same place. Please mix it up a bit more than that - I'm itching to hear some more of their acoustic stuff on that B stage.
IORR - R.I.P.
Due to overwhelming crowd reactions they decided to do MM & Bitch every time they visit Chicago - it is just that simple.
Mercy Mercy - or 2120 South Michigan Avenue
If they play either of these (or heaven forbid - both) and it/they subsequently emerge(s) on album/CD/DVD, (we know they record everything and film most things) I will play that DVD and/or listen to that album/CD every single day of my life - probably several times a day in fact - until I expire ...
Unless I'm mistaken (or I dreamed it) - I loved it when Midnight Rambler was played on the B-stage (was it '98/'99?). That would get my vote.
A Chuck Berry set:
Let It Rock
Sweet Little Sixteen
Love in Vain or Let It Loose
I think the B stage is the place to showcase the band as they were at the beginning. No fancy sets or props, stacks of amps or light show. Just 5 (or 6) guys playing blues and rock-n-roll. At some of the shows I have been to with a B stage, the clearest sound of the whole show came during their B stage set.
Perfect B Stage songs:
Round and Round
Down The Road Apiece
The Last Time
It's All Over Now
Not Fade Away
I cannot for the life of me remember exactly which Wembley Stadium show it was (it was sometime in the 90s anyway), but from the B-stage they did Route 66. It was just fabulous, it virtually stole the show