UK tour set list spoiler

Manchester Set List (unconfirmed)

Après Vous / Into The Fire / Hard Lovin’ Man / Vincent Price / Strange Kind of Woman / Contact Lost / Uncommon Man / The Well-Dressed Guitar / The Mule / Above And Beyond / Lazy / Hell To Pay / Keyboard solo /  Perfect Strangers / Space Truckin’ / Smoke On The Water / Encores: Green Onions / Hush / Bass solo / Black Night (some reviewers mention Hush as well)

17 tracks, 5 new songs, 1 cover, 7 oldies 1970-1972, only 1 other full reunion track (and the same Morse instros as always…).

8 Responses to “UK tour set list spoiler”

  1. George Martin Says:

    I would take out Perfect Strangers, Space Truckin’ and Into The Fire and add in Highway Star, All The Time In The World and Smooth Dancer. But everyone has their favorites.

  2. Max Says:

    I just can`t believe they do Contact Lost and Well Dressed Guitar on this tour as well…seem to be their biggest hits second to Smoke…

    • simon robinson Says:

      Yep, both Number One around the world when issued as singles (with live versions on the flip). But yes, their inclusion for so many years is one of the biggest mysterys of the reunion really.

    • Paul Jacklin Says:

      Love those songs – but of course not big hits. But then others moan when they do the big hits. Can’t win I guess

      But I had the time of my life at the Roundhouse on the 16th October – fantastic show

      • Max Says:

        That wasn`t meant to be taken too seriously…I sure do not want them to play their big hits…I just would like them to add some other goodies instead of those two instrumental pieces that remain in the set for at least 10 years now, which is a mystery indeed as Simon writes. There are so many other of his own tunes Steve has to pick from for his solo spot.

  3. Richard Salisbury Says:

    Insert Hush between Green Onions and Bass solo.

  4. Graham Cooke Says:

    Was at Manchester right down in front of Steve – fantastic. Set list is OK but Hush was played after Green Onions and the Bass solo was followed by a brilliant keyboard / guitar duel followed by an equally brilliant bass / drums duet. Great fun night.

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