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On the other hand, the song called "Since I Met You Baby" that B.B. King performed before singing on Gary's "Since I Met You Baby", *is* the Ivory Joe Hunter classic... it's complicated...

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/After_Hours_(Gary_Moore_album)

I corrected the wrong information found in the wikipedia article. Now it's your turn to correct all the Gary Moore setlist since "Since I Met You Baby" is not a cover but a GM original!

Hey, this set list you partially edited is a complete fake: http://www.setlist.fm/setlist/social-distortion/2014/house-of-blues-cleveland-oh-bcfd1aa.html

I know you didn't create it, just cleaned up the editing rules. But the whole thing is fake top to bottom.

Hello is there anyway to change the Ringo Starr All Starr Band Sets to read "Black Magic Woman/Gypsy Queen" instead of "Black Magic Woman / Gypsy Queen" with the spaces so that it's the same as the Santana sets?

http://www.setlist.fm/setlist/easton-corbin/2015/indian-ranch-webster-ma-33f6e4cd.html

Would it be a better option to mark the final song as an instrumental reprise, or keep it marked as a tape? I've found with 90% of these country shows, after the final song, the band plays an instrumental of one of the artists' popular songs for a few minutes while the artist leaves the stage. I just didn't know if there's a correct way to do this.

Thanks.

Thanks for response and sorry to ruffle some feathers in this old debate that we thought we had settled months ago. It won't happen again.

Hi sternfeld! How are you doing? I am considering changing Take It Easy from an Eagles song to a Jackson Browne song. I started a topic in the forum about it:
http://www.setlist.fm/forum/setlistfm/website-support/take-it-easy-bd6ad4a

I would appreciate your feedback since this deals with a somewhat grey area in the cover guidelines.

Kraftwerk was excellent! This was their first time in Texas in 40 years.
Their show like none other that I had seen before. I consider it a privilege to have been able to see and hear live such a deeply influential band.

Thank you for the reply! Sounds good

Hey, how's it going? I just corrected a Burt Bacharach song assignment per the updated cover guidelines and it made me realize how much your contributions are missed in this area. I hope you are doing Ok. Cheers!

BTW, I am going to see Kraftwerk live today for the very first time, I am very excited about it.

Hi, danke für die Rückbenennung von "Major Tom (Völlig losgelöst)" bei den Hooters. Ob das nun auf allen setlists so war, weiss ich nicht, da ich ja nur auf diesem Konzert war. Aber sie spielen wohl gerne deutschsprachige Songs oder eingedeutschte Strophen in ihren Liedern auf Konzerten (im deutschsprachigen Raum?). Fragwürdiger, aber spassiger Höhepunkt dazu: "Pissing in the Rhine".

Good point, thanks for clarifying it!

I did it with Robert Johnson's "Cross Road Blues" which is most-commonly known as "Crossroads".
I know song title aliases have been mentioned in the past - it would help with Elton John's "Rocket Man" / "Rocket Man (I Think It's Going to Be a Long, Long Time)".

All songs should have Capital Letters to all the words. I hate the discrimination towards "a" and "the" - you are obviously not a native English speaker or writer. But I accept that's the way you do it on here so this is just a personal gripe. All my set lists are produced in this way and my Van Morrison magazine always had this Capital Letter convention.

If we are going to call Sloop John B a "traditional" song, perhaps we should use the original title too, "The John B. Sails"? What do you think?
http://www.setlist.fm/stats/songs/traditional-5bd2f7e4.html?song=Sloop+John+B
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_John_B._Sails

That's odd, I thought you changed it to a Johnny Cash song. My apologies!

I see you edited Ring of Fire following the new guidelines. Actually Johnny Cash didn't write the song - June Carter Cash and Merle Kilgore did.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ring_of_Fire_(song)

So the song should really go back to Anita Carter, the first person to record it.

Here's another one: https://photomuserh.wordpress.com/2013/03/10/cc-rider-see-see-rider-or-easy-rider-a-century-of-blues/

"In one of Alan Lomax’s collection of poems it says that C.C. means Calvary Corporal and that they had no female soldiers at that time (19th century). Well, the UNKNOWN SONGWRITER even could be a woman singing this song to her soldier lover!"

Just because somebody records a song and gets royalties does NOT mean they WROTE the song. For the past 30 years Led Zeppelin have been getting royalties for Dazed and Confused. That doesn't mean they are the "original artist".