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Old 05-16-2003, 07:19 AM   #1
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Hi! The All Music Guide credits Daniel Lanois as playing guitar on Songbook. Can someone tell me which track(s) he plays on? Thanks ~ John
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Hi! The All Music Guide credits Daniel Lanois as playing guitar on Songbook. Can someone tell me which track(s) he plays on? Thanks ~ John
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Old 05-16-2003, 09:58 AM   #3
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That is a mistake. He did play on two tracks of A Painter Passing Through - the album - but not on that song itself which is the only one from that album on Songbook. If you look at the actual credits in the Songbook "book", you will see Lanois' name - but he did not play on that particular song. In the credits, all the names from the album are listed, even though some people may not have played on the tracks chosen for the boxed set. (Lanois played on On Yonge Street and Boathouse on the A Painter Passing Through CD).

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Old 05-16-2003, 04:57 PM   #4
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To VL Magee:I've been to your website and I was wondering,off topic here but...can you or do you,have a playlist from Gord's tour last year? I remember most of the songs he did but I'd like to remember all I heard and in the order I heard them. I think if I got that I'd make a special tape putting the songs in that order. Let me know! If you can't help me,no biggie! It's been the B! Catch ya on the flipside of Sundown!
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Old 05-17-2003, 10:46 AM   #5
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Borderstone, check on Wayne Frances' website he has all the concerts listed and a lot of the play lists.
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Borderstone, check on Wayne Frances' website he has all the concerts listed and a lot of the play lists.
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Old 05-17-2003, 06:22 PM   #7
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Borderstone - yes, Wayne has many of the set lists on his web site. If he doesn't have the set list for the concert you attended, let me know which one it was as I may have it. Gord's concerts varied from night to night, using certain "major" songs every night, and rotating various others. The general flow was the same, opening with a 12 string song on most nights, ending the first set with Wreck most nights, and using certain songs to end the second set and as the encore.

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Old 05-17-2003, 09:38 PM   #8
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Do you have the setlist for the concert Sept 7 last year? Are the set lists on your site?
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Do you have the setlist for the concert Sept 7 last year? Are the set lists on your site?
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No, Brink, the set lists aren't on my site. I've thought about it, but never got around to doing it.

You can't mean 9/7. That's the night he fell ill. Do you mean the 6th?

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Sorry it is the 6th I had tickets for both nights but obviously went to one. I really must thank you for the advice to go to that concert when I emailed you. Brink
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Sorry it is the 6th I had tickets for both nights but obviously went to one. I really must thank you for the advice to go to that concert when I emailed you. Brink
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Brink,

I'm very glad that you went to that concert because of my recommendation! It will always be a wonderful memory for you, and you are one of only a handful of people who have heard the two new songs he introduced that night (first two after the intermission). The set list that follows was sent to me by another fan. I don't know that it is 100% accurate, as it can be difficult to get all the songs written down while enjoying the concert. I know first hand, as I have had that challenge many times. There are 27 songs which is on the long side for concerts in 2002, so this is probably complete.

September 6, 2002

Triangle
All The Lovely Ladies
Never Too Close
Waiting For You
Beautiful
Let It Ride
Rainy Day People
The Watchman's Gone
Ribbon Of Darkness
Sundown
Carefree Highway
Wreck Of The Edmund Fitzgerald
Pony Man
Baby Step Back

Intermission

Harmony
Couchiching
Uncle Toad Said
Spanish Moss
Don Quixote
If You Could Read My Mind
A Painter Passing Through
Cotten Jenny
Alberta Bound
Restless
Blackberry Wine
Canadian Railroad Trilogy
Old Dan's Records(encore)

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