Todd's set was:
Love of the Common Man Cliche Hit Me Like a Freight Train Looking at You (BITTM) Buffalo Grass Parallel Lines (edited) Hello It's Me Love is the Answer Rock LoveAfter Cliche, members of the H&O band joined him. A verse was missing from Parallel lines, and the keyboard player (not Bob Mayo, H&O's former usual player) wasn't quite hitting it right for that song.
Once H&O took the stage, they played a full set.
Adult Education Out of Touch Say It Isn't So Do It For Love She's Gone One On One Color of Love Everytime You Go Away Sara Smile I Can't Go For That (No Can Do). Maneater (among others)For the encores, TR joined them and traded singing parts with Daryl for all the remaining songs. Todd would sing a verse, followed by Daryl and vice-versa.
We were treated to:
Wait For Me Can We Still Be Friends? Rich Girl I Saw the Light Kiss On My List ---------- Hot Fun in the SummertimeThe show got better and better as the night progressed. It made getting two tickets outside the venue for $0.00 make me almost feel guilty. But then again, I did pay $4.50 for an ice cream. And people wonder why there were riots at the 1999 re-creation of Woodstock? Puh-lease!
Todd should continue to play with full bands. It lends so much more to his music. And if you saw him enough in the 80's with his piano and acoustic, you've seen enough of those shows to last you a long time. And if you haven't, I'll mail you a tape!
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