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So, I Got A Cat Stevens Tix To Philadelphia After All That And Here is A Spotified Setlist From 2013

Stevens And The City Of Brotherly Love

Stevens And The City Of Brotherly Love

It has been an exciting week for Cat Stevens fans, first there was the announcement of the gigs, then there was the Amazon presales, then the annucement it was a ticketless event, next the Beacon Theatre because they couldn’t provide ticketless ticketing, then a gig was added in Philadelphia and I was put in a tailspin: Thursday, December the 4th in Philly or Sunday December 7th in Boston.

I asked around and discovered the Wang Theatre was in the middle of nowhere, a big problem for a guy without a car and also, a four hour drive from New York, as opposed to a 90 minute ride to Philly so, I guess i saw no choice. I’d actually caught Stevens 20 minute set at Barclay Center earlier this year and had been very very impressed; it really is a must see.

This setlist is from 2013, which means it has no tracks from his upcoming Dying To Live, and I am sure we will get some. I threw the title track at the end.

 

Main Set
Moonshadow (from Teaser and the Firecat, 1971)
Where Do the Children Play (from Tea For the Tillerman, 1970)
Midday (Avoid City After Dark) (from An Other Cup, 2006)
I Love My Dog (new version) (from Matthew and Son, 1967)
Here Comes My Baby (from Matthew and Son, 1967) / The First Cut Is the Deepest (from New Masters, 1967)
Thinking Bout You (from Roadsinger, 2009)
The Wind (from Teaser and the Firecat, 1971)
Bitterblue (from Teaser and the Firecat, 1971)
Sad Lisa (from Tea For the Tillerman, 1970)
Don’t Be Shy (from the soundtrack of Harold and Maude, 1971)
My People (free download, 2011)
Maybe There’s a World (from An Other Cup, 2006) / All You Need Is Love (Beatles cover)
Foreigner Suite (from Foreigner, 1973) / Heaven (Where True Love Goes) (from An Other Cup, 2006)
Roadsinger (from Roadsinger, 2009)
Oh Very Young (from Buddah and the Chocolate Box, 1974)
You Can Do (Whatever) (new song)
O Jogo Bonito (new song)
Sitting (from Catch Bull at Four, 1972)
Never (from Back to Earth, 1978)
Morning Has Broken (from Teaser and the Firecat, 1971)
Peace Train (from Teaser and the Firecat, 1971)

Encore
Father and Son (from Tea For the Tillerman, 1970)
Wild World (Zulu Version) (from Tea For the Tillerman, 1970)

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