#1
Hello Pit, I am getting ready for a solo gig, acoustic style, but played on an electric because I'm poor. This is for a small music store/coffee shop setting:

(not in any order yet, tips on that would be nice too :-)

1. In The Aeroplane Over The Sea - Neutral Milk Hotel
2. Such Great Heights - Postal Service/Iron And Wine/Ben Gibbard/Ben Folds/whoever else covered it
3. Stricken - Disturbed (acousti-folk style)
4. Ball And Chain - Social Distortion (same as above)
5. Creep - Radiohead
6. Blister In The Sun - Violent Femmes
7. Book Of Love - Peter Gabriel
8. Two Princes - Spin Doctors
9. The Way - Fastball
10. 1979 - Smashing Pumpkins
11. Wonderwall - Oasis
12. Drops Of Jupiter - Train
13. Wish You Were Here - Pink Floyd


EDIT: apparently Stricken is a bad idea, but you haven't heard my version, it's me chording it out and almost crooning it...it's quite the awesome.
Top 15:
Neutral Milk Hotel
Smashing Pumpkins
Placebo
Elliott Smith
Devendra Banhart
Pavement
Anberlin
Eve 6
The Clash
Imogen Heap
Ingrid Michaelson
Bayside
Minus The Bear
The Replacements
Bright Eyes/Conor Oberst
Last edited by pwninator123 at Sep 5, 2009,
#2
Everyone loves Blister In The Sun. It's instantly a good set.
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#3
get rid of Stricken and that is a great set

whatever you do, keep Aeroplane, Such Great Heights, Blister, and Two Princes
Last edited by TheReverend724 at Sep 5, 2009,
#7
have fun TS,
seems like a great set.

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#9
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Start with a good song
slow songs in the middle
end with a bang.


So a setlist IS like good sex, thought so
Top 15:
Neutral Milk Hotel
Smashing Pumpkins
Placebo
Elliott Smith
Devendra Banhart
Pavement
Anberlin
Eve 6
The Clash
Imogen Heap
Ingrid Michaelson
Bayside
Minus The Bear
The Replacements
Bright Eyes/Conor Oberst