Set Lists.

Discussion in 'General Sequencing' started by Ronny, Aug 20, 2002.

  1. Ronny

    Ronny Midi Mad Super Mod! Staff Member Super Mod

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    I thought it would be a good idea if bands using midis in their performances put their set lists up. I'm always looking for something different to do and new stuff. It may give each other a bit of inspiration for new stuff and we could maybe exchange midis that we saw in other set lists.
    What do you think.
    Anyway here is the set list for "Juice Junkies" in no particular order.

    3am - Matchbox 20
    Angels - Robbie Williams
    Californication - Chillis
    Babylon - David Gray
    Breakfast at Tiffanys - Deep Blue Something
    Flowers in the Window - Travis
    Hindu Times - Oasis
    Rhythm Stick - Ian Dury
    Man on the Moon - REM
    Olivers Army - Elvis Costello
    I'll Stand By You - Pretenders
    By The Way - Chillis
    Let Me Entertain You - Robbie Williams
    The One I Love - REM
    Stop Cryin Your Heart Out - Oasis
    Supreme - Robbie Williams
    Time of My life - Toploader
    Colourblind - Darius
    With Or Without You - U2
    Up The Junction - Squeeze
    Baby I Love You - Ramones
    Green Onions - Booker T
    Born to be Wild - Steppenwolf
    Copperhead Road - Steve Earl
    Fast as You - Dwight Yokham
    Have a Nice Day - Stereophonics
    Handbags and Gladrags - Stereophonics
    How You Remind Me - Nickelback
    Abracadabra - Steve Miller
    Mustang Sally -
    One - U2
    Pet Cemetary - Ramones
    She's The One - Robbie Williams
    Walk Like an Egyptian - Bangles
    Angel of Harlem - U2
    Bohemian Like You - Dandy Warhols
    Summer of 69 - Bryan Adams
    Run to You- Bryan Adams
    National Express - Divine Comedy
    Hush - Deep Purple (remix version)
    Little Less Conversation - Elvis
    Old Time Rock and Roll - Bob Segar
    Respect - Wheatus vesion
    Stuck in the Middle - Stealers Wheel
    White Wedding - Billy Idol
    Walking on Sunshine - Martha and the Muffins.

    And lots more 12 bar rock and Roll.

    That's not counting when I play with a female singer.

    What do you think?

    Ronny.
    :thumbsup:
  2. Nyxan

    Nyxan It wont hurt for long Staff Member Moderator

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    OK Here goes
    Set list for Prohpesy in no particular order:

    500Miles-The Proclaimers
    About a Girl-Nirvina
    All Torn Down-The Living end
    Blister in The Sun-Violent femmes
    Boppin the Blues-BlackFeather
    Message in a Bottle-the police
    Hanging on a Moment-Lifehouse
    My Sharona-The Knack
    Gel-Clooective Soul
    Tainted Love-Soft Cell
    To Her Door-Paul Kelly
    Crazy Little Thing Called Love-Queen
    Kryptonite-Thee Doors Down
    Better-Screaming Jets
    Prime Mover-Zodiac Mindwarp
    I Shot the Sherriff-Eric Clapton
    Rockin all over the World-Status Quo
    Time Warp-Rocky Horror Picture Show
    I'm Walking-Garry Moore
    Thunderstruck-AC/DC
    Sweet Child of Mine-Guns & Roses
    Return to Sender-Elvis
    Rising Sun-Cold Chisel
    Wish you were Here-Pink Floyd
    Fly Away-Lenny Kravit
    Lightning Crashes-Live
    Superstition-Stevie Wonder
    Play that Funky Music White Boy-Wild Cherry
    Once Bitten Twice Shy-Ian Hunter
    Panama-Van Halen
    Sharp Dressed Man-ZZ Top

    Thats about one third of what we play,my fingers are tired.
    Catch you later.
  3. willi001

    willi001 New Member

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    "Local Fiction"

    I don't know if I have a copy of a current set list...You guys play some awesome tunes....About what percent would you say are sequenced??? All, or some????

    1 Cumbersome 7 Mary 3
    2 Good Better Than Ezra
    3 Terrified See Spot Run
    3 Breed Nirvana
    4 Sex Type Thing Stone TemplePilots
    5 Mary Janes Last Dance Tom Petty
    6 Should I Stay or Should I Go The Clash
    7 All The Small Things Blink 182
    8 Free World Neil Young
    9 Enter Sandman Metallica
    10 Gel Collective Soul
    11 Weightless See Spot Run
    12 When I come around Green Day
    13 Soaked Killjoys
    14 Learning to Fly Foo Fighters
    15 Little Bones Tragically Hip
    16 New Orleans Tragically Hip
    17 My Own Worst Enemy Lit
    18 Bad Touch The Bloodhound Gang
    19 Push Matchbox 20
    20 Leader of Men Nickleback
    21 Santa Monica Everclear
    22 What's this Life For Creed
    23 Semi-Charmed Life Third Eye Blind
    24 Long Day Matchbox 20
    25 Cars Fear Factory/Gary Numan
    26 Basket Case Green Day
    27 Song 2 Blur
    28 Fight For your Right to party Beastie Boys
    29 I'm a man Spencer Davis Group
    30 LowRider War
    31 Higher Creed
    32 So What Metallica
    33 PennyRoyal Tea Nirvana
    34 Take my Picture Filter
    35 nice to love you 54/40
    36 Kryptonite 3 Doors Down
    37 St. Joe and the School Bus Marcy's Playground
    38 Last Resort Papa Roach
    39 Awake Godsmack
    40 Down Noise Therapy
    41 Loser 3 Doors Down
    42 Save Tonight Eagle Eye Cherry
    43 Metallica Medly Metallica
    44 Change ?
  4. Nyxan

    Nyxan It wont hurt for long Staff Member Moderator

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    All of mine are sequenced. I find the songs and change them to suit or I sequence them myself if i can't find em. Our set list is about 180 (no I'm not crapping) songs that allows us to play 2-3 nights without repeating or getting to bored
    Last edited: Aug 22, 2002
  5. Ronny

    Ronny Midi Mad Super Mod! Staff Member Super Mod

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    I'm the same. All of mine a sequenced but usually I have to tweak the sound, change voices or add bits in. All have been got from the net. Some purchased from
    www.hands-om-midi.com
    I play with three other lead vocalists, two guys and a gal so I have three entirely different set from casual listening pub entertainment to weddings with their waltzs to dancing 80's disco pub stuff. I will put a full set list on shortly when I get moved house.

    I know it's a pain in the asre typing a full set list but I'm always trying out new stuff, some goes well and some not and I think if us duo's and trio's can help each other out it can only improve us.

    Later, Ronny.:thumbsup:
  6. Ronny

    Ronny Midi Mad Super Mod! Staff Member Super Mod

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  7. lefty42

    lefty42 New Member

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    hi guys
    mind if i join in
    playing solo
    starting a duo with my sister
    in the next month or so
    busy programming at the moment
    here is our proposed set list

    mcmann & tate

    1 more time
    1000 miles
    all I wanna do
    all you wanted
    better off alone
    buses & trains
    busta move
    calypso
    celeberity skin
    cherry lips
    complicated
    dancin in the moonlight
    family affair
    fever
    finally
    free your mind
    get this party started
    groove is in the heart
    heaven
    hella good
    hey baby
    hit em up style
    I do love you
    I'm like a bird
    ironic
    it feels so good
    just like a pill
    love shack
    mascara
    mess with the radio
    not pretty enough
    permission to shine
    point of view
    rapture
    read my mind
    shackles
    starlight
    thank you
    together again
    torn
    u get what you give
    wier
    wishing I was there
  8. alant

    alant New Member

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    I like your set, it mirrors many of my own choices if I were to play to an audience or sit and listen to a band playing live midi's.

    I would appreciate your phonics "have a nice day"
    and "handbags and Gladrags".

    Also "Stop crying your heart out"

    I would also appreciate "Olivers Army".

    my current set:

    The specials; Message to u Rudy, Gangsters.
    Madness; House of fun, Our house, My girl, It must be love, Baggy trousers
    Jam; Town called malice, Going underground(today from midibuddy-Thanks!)
    Oasis; Hindu Times, Back in anger, Stand by me, she's electric.
    Blur; Park Life, country house, charmless man.

    if I can repay the compliment just drop me a mail!
  9. lostdave

    lostdave 'EVIL' Mod

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    Lefty42,
    I have a Duo up here in brisvegas and the list you just posted is almost Identical to what we are currently doing..
    we do a bit more killing heidi and some jets
    nice list.

    we generally do one set acoustic (no sequence) of about 45mins


    I will post mine when I get home

    Mcmann and tate.....wasn't that the name of the company that darren worked for on Bewitched?


    Dave
    Last edited: Aug 26, 2002
  10. lefty42

    lefty42 New Member

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    lost dave

    it's on the simpsons as well
    doing a lot of boy songs as well
    mostly newer stuff
    ie. train
    smashmouth
    sugar ray
    goo goo dolls
    lifehouse
    the calling etc


    lefty
  11. The Keeper

    The Keeper The Keeper

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    Well, here's something totally different to what's above me. I do the rsl/bowls/club/pub scene. What do you all get for a solo job around 4 hours? I get around $250, I'm from the sunshine coast, but do gigs from beaudesert to hervey bay.

    Mainly covers, 12 originals from an album I just released.Please excuse mistakes I'm going to try typing fast LOLOL

    all the small things
    achy breaky heart(yes, really!!)
    agadoo
    ain't that a shame
    all over now
    always on my mind
    annies song
    as time goes by
    i'll be your baby tonight
    lookin out my backdoor
    bad to the bone
    bad case of lovin you
    bad moon rising
    baker street
    beautiful in my eyes
    behind closed doors
    black magic woman
    blister in the sun
    born to be wild
    boys from the bush
    brown eyed girl
    candle in the wind
    can't take my eyes off you(disco version)
    cats in the cradle
    copperhead road
    country roads
    cracklin rosie
    crazy
    darlin it hurts
    delilah
    desperado
    down on the corner
    eagle rock
    elvira
    ever seen the rain
    five hundred miles
    fly like a bird
    follow me
    forever in blue jeans
    friends in low places
    from a jack to a king
    gambler
    get a real job
    gimme one reason
    green grass of home
    hillbilly rock
    hotel california
    hot love
    i just wanna dance with you
    i'm on my way
    i'm outa here
    khe sahn
    king of the road
    lady in red
    lay down sally
    layla
    leave your hat on
    lights on the hill
    longfellow serenade
    love her madly
    lyin eyes
    maggie
    margaritaville
    mister natural
    money for nothing
    music into gold
    mustang sally
    nips are getting bigger
    no matter what
    no secrets
    on the road again
    please release me
    red red wine
    riders on the storm
    rock me
    sister goldenhair
    smoke on the water
    somedays are diamonds
    song sung blue
    stand by me
    steal my kisses
    still haven't found what I'm looking for
    summer of 69
    suspicious minds
    sweet caroline
    sweet home alabama
    sweet home chicago
    take it easy
    takin care of business
    tears in heaven
    tenessee waltz
    ten guitars
    thank god I'm a country boy
    the way
    this is tomorrow callin
    time of your life
    to her door
    unchained melody
    under the boardwalk
    unforgettable
    unguarded moment
    uptown girl
    video killed the radio star
    walkin by myself
    walk of life
    walk right back
    wanderer
    waterloo
    when i come around
    whisper your name
    i'm a real wild one
    wildside of life
    wild world
    wish you were here
    wonder of you
    you're cheatin heart
    burnin love
    what a beautiful noise
    legs
    blue highway
    green door
    dancing queen
    neon moon
    granmas feather bed
    i wonder
    all shook up
    all you ever do is bring me down
    blue suede shoes
    bootscootin boogie
    boppin the blues
    calender girl
    cannibals
    c'est la vie
    cottoneye joe
    crazy little thing
    daydream believer
    drivin my life away
    great balls of fire
    guitars and cadillacs
    he drinks tequila
    i love a rainy night
    jai;house rock
    la bamba
    let's dance
    let's twist again
    love is in the air
    mambo no 5
    mercury blues
    mountain of love
    nutbush
    old time rock and roll
    pretty woman
    return to sender
    rockabilly rebel
    rock and roll girls
    rock around the clock
    rockin all over the world
    shake rattle and roll
    six days on the road
    smooth
    teddybear
    that'll be the day
    this ol house
    treat her right
    twistin

    and more that I don't do very often, they are just in casers.
    Yes, I know, old s**t, but do the sums. I do 4 or 5 gigs a week, at around $250(sometimes less for shorter gigs)
    and it's soooooeasy to sing
  12. lostdave

    lostdave 'EVIL' Mod

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    i only do 2 gigs a week...( by choice...i have a day job as well...)
    $400-600 a gig for duo and $600-$1000 For Trio....pay the singer $120......
    Pubs and Niteclubs




    TOO Easy :)
    Who said there wasn't money in Music

    DAve
    Last edited: Aug 30, 2002
  13. Ronny

    Ronny Midi Mad Super Mod! Staff Member Super Mod

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    Some cracking sets here. I know it's a long typing job so if you don't have the time or inclination then post the 10 or 20 songs in your set which go down best.

    I'm doin a wedding shortly and am looking for Auld Lang Syne with drums and bass. All I seem to be able to get is crappy versions.

    Anyone help.

    This is my top ten.

    Chillis - By The Way
    Robbie - Angels
    U2 - Angel of Harlem
    Steppenwolf - Born to Be Wild
    Have a Nice Day - Stereophonics
    Walk Like an Egyptian - Bangles
    Walk of Life - Dire Straits
    Little Less Conversation - Elivs
    Walkin on Sunshine - Katrina and the Waves
    and the number 1 slot, the song that never fails to get the whole place jumpin

    Daydream Believer - The Monkees

    I know some of the songs wouldn't be my choice but it gets the punters going!!

    I play 3 gigs a week, I work Mon - Fri 9 - 5 as well, and get £120 per gig to split with my partner. I'm making for myself £180 per week.
    Is this the going rate. Some peolpe are telling me we're too cheap. Any thoughts from UK based duos?


    Later Ronny.:thumbsup:
  14. Nyxan

    Nyxan It wont hurt for long Staff Member Moderator

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    I do two to three gigs a week depending on the time of year (it gets cold down here) and I also have two other jobs. Pay isn't much-$200-$350 for the duo and $150-$250 for a solo. But to continue the thread I think the best song here at the moment is the smashmouth version of I'm a Believer
  15. The Keeper

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    top 10
    brown eyed girl-van morrison
    follow me-uncle kracker
    waterloo-abba
    legs-zztop
    copperhead road-steve earl
    he drinks tequila-sammy kershaw
    all the small things-blink 182
    500 miles-the proclaimers
    i just wanna dance with you-george strait
    bootscootin boogie-brookes and dunne
    damn that was hard(not in any order)
  16. lostdave

    lostdave 'EVIL' Mod

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    Hmmm..My top 10

    I'm a Beliver - Smashmoth
    Better - Screaming Jets
    Dec '63 - Four seasing
    Blame it on the BOogie - Jacksons
    Stubbed my Big toe(copperhead road) - Steve earl
    Dancing Queen - ABBA
    Daugher - Pearljam
    Mr Jones - COunting crows(In the Original KEY TOO!!!!)
    Downunder - Men at work
    Piano man (guitar Man) - BIlly Joel (accoustic with the girl on Harmonica)

    They all seem to work no matter where we play

    Dave
  17. The Keeper

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    ahhhh, to still be able to do songs in the original key. Got a bit burnt out in the 'heavy metal' scene, sweet child of mine, yadayadayada
    I detune a semitone, same as the old days, but I can still knock out smoke on the water and a few of the old classics
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    Ronny Can I Have Darius Coulourblind Please
  19. Ronny

    Ronny Midi Mad Super Mod! Staff Member Super Mod

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    midiaxe New Member

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    Hey guys!

    My top ten:

    I Will Survive-GLoria Gaynor
    I Love the Nightlife-Alicia Bridges
    Hot Stuff-Donna Summer
    Unchained Melody- Righteous Brothers
    Smooth Operator-Sade
    Smooth-Santana
    Johnny B. Goode-Chuck Berry
    Only You-Platters
    Call Me-Blondie
    Proud Mary-CCR

    -MX

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