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John Fogerty RBC at JLC set list courtesy of AFITC*

- September 14th, 2012

 

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Rock and Roll Hall of Famer John Fogerty performs Thursday September 13, 2012 at the John Labatt Centre in London.
MIKE HENSEN/The London Free Press/QMI AGENCY

Good friend to JBNBlog & London music in general, A Face in the Crowd* was at Thursday’s John Fogerty concert . . . the last time John Fogerty played the downtown London arena, he was rawkin for 26 songs . . . this time as you can see, it was (wow!) 30 . . . Face is puzzled over No. 20. The guess here based on our hero singing about rodeo which could be radio is Rock and Roll Girls.

Anybody able to help . . . meanwhile, JBNBlog thanks Face as always for such contributions. Reaction, as always, is welcomed. On rawk

Over to Face.

Here goes – there is only one title of which I’m unsure.  (As for the names of the band members, not a clue…)
1. HEY TONIGHT
2. BORN ON THE BAYOU
3. BOOTLEG
4. PENTHOUSE PAUPER
5. GOOD GOLLY MISS MOLLY
6. GRAVEYARD TRAIN
7. KEEP ON CHOOGLIN’
8. GREEN RIVER
9. WHO’LL STOP THE RAIN
10. SUZIE Q
11. LOOKIN’ OUT MY BACKDOOR
12. HOT ROD HEART
13. BLUE MOON NIGHTS
14. THE MIDNIGHT SPECIAL
15. DON’T YOU WISH IT WAS TRUE
16. LODI
17. LONG AS I CAN SEE THE LIGHT
18. I HEARD IT THROUGH THE GRAPEVINE
19. GUNSLINGER
20. LET’S LISTEN TO THE RADIO (This title is a guess)
21. DOWN BY THE CORNER
22. UP AROUND THE BEND
23. HAVE YOU EVER SEEN THE RAIN
24. PRETTY WOMAN
25. CENTERFIELD
26. THE OLD MAN DOWN THE ROAD
27. FORTUNATE SON
28. TRAVELIN’ BAND
29. BAD MOON RISING
30. PROUD MARY

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4 comments

  1. DLM says:

    #20 = Rock and Roll Girls

  2. james.reaney says:

    Thanks DLM . . . that is two votes for Rock and Roll Girls, then. Odd lyrics, starting off with the life is like a rodeo (whaaa?) observation & then on to further insights.
    A good song but not in the same class as September Gurls or Disney Girls (1957) despite its excellent title. On rawk & write any time.

  3. Paul Dunn says:

    It was Rock and Roll Girls off of Centerfield. Lyrics start out with “Sometimes I think…life is just a rodeo, the trick is to ride and make it to the bell…” It was a great concert. I came up from Windsor for this one. The opening act of Lukas Nelson and the Promise of the Real was pretty cool to see as well. I can’t say I was aware of them but much like seeing Monster Truck open for Deep Purple at the JLC a few months back, I’ve learned of a new band that I thoroughly enjoy. Rock is not dead…that’s a good thing!

  4. james.reaney says:

    So that is three votes for Rock and Roll Girls . . . good point about Monster Truck/Deep Purple (which I missed) and this concert. No, rock is not dead. There are great new bands of all types out there & it’s a treat to discover them in the company of the bands we knew back in the day. On rawk.

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