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Sunday, June 24, 2007

Don Mclean 1975 Ebbets Field NY @ 192

American Pie
Dreidel
La La Love You
Wonderful Baby
You Have Lived
Magdalene Lane
On the Amazon
Banjo Instrumental (Muleskinner blues)
Unknown
And I love you so
The Legend Of Andrew McCrew
Vincent (Starry Starry Night)
It Doesn't Matter Anymore

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3 comments:

Creedance Kiddo said...

What a great post! Not an easy performer to find live, McLean apparently didn't enjoy touring. Thank you for sharing this bit of musical history.

Steve said...

Seriously, Don opened the show with "American Pie"? Let the crowd earn it, man!

Moses said...

Great show...thanks for posting it!

One minor quibbling point: Ebbets Field was a club in Denver, CO, which is where this show took place. A radio station in Denver has for awhile now been playing old shows from Ebbets Field on Sunday evenings. I don't know if that's still going on, but if you're in the area, you might check...