The Ultimate John lennon setlist

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Postby Bluebird » Wed Mar 24, 2004 12:46 pm

1Come together
2Instant karma
3Mother
4It´s so hard
5Woman is the nigger of the world
6Help
7Just like starting over
8I´m losing you
9Dig a pony
10 Beutiful boy
11 Watching the wheels
12 Norwegian wood
13 I feel fine
14 Happy x mas
15 Jealous guy
16 Power to the people
17 A hard day´s night
18 Mind games
19 Real love
20 Cold turkey
21 Please please me
22 Nobody told me
23 Borrowed time
24 Tommorow never knows
25 Across the universe
26 Revolution

encore:
27 Woman
28 Strawberry fields forever
29 A day in the life

Enore x 2
30 All you need is love
31 Imagine
32 Give peace a chance
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Postby Bluebird » Mon May 24, 2004 3:02 pm

Biggest Paul Fan wrote:1Come together
2Instant karma
3Mother
4It´s so hard
5Woman is the nigger of the world
6Help
7Just like starting over
8I´m losing you
9Dig a pony
10 Beutiful boy
11 Watching the wheels
12 Norwegian wood
13 I feel fine
14 Happy x mas
15 Jealous guy
16 Power to the people
17 A hard day´s night
18 Mind games
19 Real love
20 Cold turkey
21 Please please me
22 Nobody told me
23 Borrowed time
24 Tommorow never knows
25 Across the universe
26 Revolution

encore:
27 Woman
28 Strawberry fields forever
29 A day in the life

Enore x 2
30 All you need is love
31 Imagine
32 Give peace a chance
Isn´t it a very nice list, if he was alive it would have been an amazing experience! :cheers
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Postby Steve-o » Mon May 24, 2004 3:26 pm

Biggest Paul Fan wrote:
Biggest Paul Fan wrote:32 Give peace a chance
Isn´t it a very nice list,
Don't break your arm patting yourself on the back. :wink:
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Postby Bluebird » Mon May 24, 2004 3:29 pm

Steve-o wrote:
Biggest Paul Fan wrote:
Biggest Paul Fan wrote:32 Give peace a chance
Isn´t it a very nice list,
Don't break your arm patting yourself on the back. :wink:
Huh?
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Postby Steve-o » Mon May 24, 2004 3:39 pm

Biggest Paul Fan wrote:
Steve-o wrote:
Biggest Paul Fan wrote:
Biggest Paul Fan wrote:32 Give peace a chance
Isn´t it a very nice list,
Don't break your arm patting yourself on the back. :wink:
Huh?
Quoting yourself and then calling it a nice list, lol. It's just funny.
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Postby Bluebird » Mon May 24, 2004 3:42 pm

Steve-o wrote:
Biggest Paul Fan wrote:
Steve-o wrote:
Biggest Paul Fan wrote:
Biggest Paul Fan wrote:32 Give peace a chance
Isn´t it a very nice list,
Don't break your arm patting yourself on the back. :wink:
Huh?
Quoting yourself and then calling it a nice list, lol. It's just funny.
He he that´s my way :lol:
People give the list some critic or your opinions, it´s boring not to hear responds :mrgreen:
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Postby kylestyle » Sun Sep 26, 2004 4:51 am

I think you made a good list Bluebird, though I don't know if John would have performed Tomorrow Never Knows live in concert. There have been some strong cover versions by bands like The Mission who prove it is possible to play the song in a "live" manner (i.e real instruments rather than studio gimmickry). But I like the way you spread some Beatles classics in there among his best solo stuff. I would personally have included more of his Milk and Honey stuff, like I Don't Wanna Face It, I'm Stepping Out and Nobody Told Me for some flat-out ROCKIN', rather than Borrowed Time - though I guess it would make a nice little change-up to do some reggae-funk somewhere in there.
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Postby dsnito » Sun Sep 26, 2004 8:14 am

kylestyle wrote:I think you made a good list Bluebird, though I don't know if John would have performed Tomorrow Never Knows live in concert. There have been some strong cover versions by bands like The Mission who prove it is possible to play the song in a "live" manner (i.e real instruments rather than studio gimmickry). But I like the way you spread some Beatles classics in there among his best solo stuff. I would personally have included more of his Milk and Honey stuff, like I Don't Wanna Face It, I'm Stepping Out and Nobody Told Me for some flat-out ROCKIN', rather than Borrowed Time - though I guess it would make a nice little change-up to do some reggae-funk somewhere in there.


Currently we have synthsizers with many resources that can play anything wanted, so I think it would be very possible that John himself would perform TNK in live concert...in 1966 this and other elaborated songs would be if not impossible, too hard to perform...
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Postby Berkeleyan » Thu Sep 30, 2004 9:44 am

Ok here it goes, and off-the-cuff set list for a 2-hr show, with 27 songs that would make for a fantastic concert by John and his band of choice (but w/out YONO !!)

Solo stuff: 1. Isolation; 2. Gimme some truth; 3. Cold Turkey; 4. How
More solo stuff: 5. Mind Games; 6. Tight As$; 7. Intuition; 8. Out of the Blue; 9. Meat City

Beatles' stuff: 10. Dear Prudence; 11. Glass Onion; 12. Happiness is a Warm Gun; 13. Yer Blues; 14. Sexy Sadie; 15. I Want You (She's So Heavy); 16. Twist and Shout; 17. You Gonna Lose That Girl.

More solo stuff: 18. Number nine Dream; 19. Whatever Gets You Through the Night; 20. Starting Over; 21. I'm Losing You; 22. Nobody Told Me

Surprises: 23. I'm the Walrus; 24. A Day in the Life

Fake exit, then for the return to stage & encore:

25. Come Together; 26. Woman; 27. Imagine.

It reads great.....no false modesty from me here.
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