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The set lists were kind of all over the map.  Even more than usual, I planned them, then went where the spirit took me.

But here's the closest approximation from my notes:

Haunted Fink - The Finks
Like Wow, Wipeout! - The Hoodoo Gurus
Shake - The Shadows of Knight
The Way You Touch My Hand - The Nomads
Journey in Tyme - The Fuzztones
Up and Down - The Chesterfield Kings (I noticed The Sermon's guitarist singing along to this - so endearing, someone else knows the CKs music that well!)
Action - The Lords of Altamont
Street Survivor - The Flaming Sideburns
We Are The One - The Avengers

soundcheck break

Born to Lose - Johnny Thunders and the Heartbreakers
Teenage Head - the Flamin' Groovies
Lies of the Living Dead - The Minus Five
Formaldehyde - The Graveyard Farmers
(I played something else here, not sure what)

Sermon set one

Legend of a Wheelman - The Fleshtones
Have Love Will Travel - The Sonics
Some Other Guy - The Hentchmen
I Can Only Give You Everything - Them
Sitting Here Standing- The Chocolate Watchband
St Louis Blues - The Flamin' Groovies
I Confess - The Lyres
Crawdaddy Simone - The Horrors
Pictures of Matchstick Men - The Chesterfield Kings
I'm Five Years Ahead of My time - The Third Bardo
Daily Nightly - The Monkees
Suicidal Flowers - The Crystal Chandelier
Soul Kitchen - X
Ready Steady Go - Generation X
Teen Queen Slasher Stomp - Thee  (Mighty) Uptight
Hang Up - The Cramps
Wolf - The Charms
Train Kept A' Rollin' - The Yardbirds
Route 66 - Them (and fade to)

The Sermon second set

And closing down set, mainly for the band's and my own entertainment

Chinese Rocks - Johnny Thunders and the Heartbreakers
Bangkok - The Nomads
Who Are The Mystery Girls - The New York Dolls
Devilgate Drive - Suzi Quatro
Hold Tight - Dave Dee Dozy Beaky Mick and Tich
Get Over You - The Undertones
Full Moon - The Horrors

Had some lovely brief chats with various folks about music, wish they could have been more involved conversations.  It was a true pleasure to spin for a band whose music I dig so much, and sfbaybe did a wonderful job of setting up and running the event, despite the foolish campus politics and noise complaints.

Next week - more trashy rock'n'roll from me to a backdrop of beyond the Valley of the Dolls, and New York Dolls performance clips.  I'm inclined to call it Beyond The Valley of the New York Dolls.  That's 5-7 pm, same Bat Depot!
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