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Variant set-lists from the Isle of Wight

1970


Brooker Copping Trower Wilson

We do not know exactly what was played by the band at this event, so we present two mildly contradictory reports and leave you to draw your own conclusions. Songs that appear in both versions are highlighted in green perhaps these are the likeliest approximation to the truth?

Still There'll Be More
Wish Me Well
Shine On Brightly
Devil Came From Kansas
Your Own Choice ('Too Many Women ...')
Juicy John Pink
A Salty Dog
Wish Me Well
Conquistador
A Salty Dog
I Sing In A Voice
[see below]
The Devil Came From Kansas
Shine on Brightly
Your Own Choice
Juicy John Pink
Whiskey Train
Whaling Stories

Move On Down the Line
High School Confidential
Lucille
Move On Down The Line
High School Hop
Lucille
These seven originals came from Alan Semok, who adds: 'Judging from other gigs circa 1970 (including the several Fillmore appearances and the NYC radio broadcast that have circulated on tape), other possibilities could include Dead Man's Dream, Crucifiction Lane, Whaling Stories, Whisky Train, About To Die, Well I, and Nothing That I Didn't Know.'

These covers were mentioned in press reviews at the time

Steven Seyster writes to BtP:
This is the set list from a list of the whole festival according to an email posted on a newsgroup. Hope it helps.

Joan May reckons "that 'I sing in a Voice' must be Still There'll Be More you know, 'I'll sing in the forest' ... etc?". If this is right it's a splendid mondegreen.

 

Further Isle of Wightage here and here

 

  Songs altogether:   from Procol Harum   From Shine on Brightly
  From  A Salty Dog   from  Home   Non-album tracks
3 Non-originals We're not in a position to complete this grid yet!

 

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