Thursday, June 26, 2008

Tulsa setlist

Brady Theatre, Tulsa, OK
June 25, 2008

Lucinda/Ain't Goin Down to the Well
Down In The Hole
Falling Down
All The World Is Green
Fanning Street
Trampled Rose
Black Market Baby
Anywhere I Lay My Head
Lie To Me
Invitation To The Blues
Lucky Day
Innocent When You Dream
Hoist That Rag
Get Behind The Mule
Jesus Gonna Be Here
Shore Leave
Goin' Out West
Cemetery Polka
Come On Up To The House

Make It Rain
Eyeball Kid



Fred Beiderbecke said...

I'm seeing him in Jacksonville next week. I could live with any of these setlists.

The one show I heard (Phoenix) - I liked the arrangments.

Definitely looking forward to the show

Conrad said...

Fabulous show; I really liked the rework of Black Market Baby--in my opinion, better than the recorded version.

b-Zen said...

Wow you guys got Shore Leave...
Must have been amazing.

Charlie said...

So... I think I have a pretty good idea of what his first song is going to be this coming Saturday...

metodd said...

It was an amazing show.

yourcodenameis:totti said...

that's one of the best setlists i've seen from the glitter and doom tour so far! lucky sods!

Michael said...

Tom was great. However, the crowd insisted on shouting inane things in between songs, which became annoying quickly. Have some respect people.

Dennis said...

how long are the shows running? what time are they getting out? we are coming from Nashville to the Knoxville show and we need to know for greyhound bus tickets. if it gets out after midnight we either have to hitchhike or sleep at the station because the earliest bus after midnight is at 6am. i'm trying my hardest to find somebody else going, or a car to borrow.

kmartini said...

Great set list! The two shows I have been to ran about two hours...8:30-10:30.

Conrad said...

One thing that amazed me at the Tulsa show was the number of empty seats. The Columbus show sold out in under 45 seconds. There must have been a minimum of 100+ empty seats at the Brady Theater. OK, they weren't all fabulous seats, but they weren't obstructed view, either. Have any other shows failed to sell out?

Nick said...

St. Louis sure looked sold out. And it was so entirely worth the $200+ I spent on it. The set list was awesome.

What's He Building?
Anywhere I Lay My Head
Dirt in the Ground
Rain Dogs
Falling Down
Black Market Baby
Innocent When You Dream
Get Behind the Mule
Make it Rain

There were others too, but my brain is fried and I'm having a rough time remembering them all.

jb said...

terrific show ... the man is a true artist...the setlist was perfect..he had some different twists on a lotta tunes...ALL EXCELLENT!!!

highlites for me...
get behind the mule and hoist that rag

I will say that the Brady Theater was a great place to the show!!

all in all event of a lifetime.... what do I do now???

Thank ya Tom

Rydenbrook said...

So it's been a few days since I saw the show in Tulsa (Tom Waits in Tulsa--what a dream come true), and I still cannot get the "Hoist That Rag" performance out of my head. It was very put-together. It included the entire band (including the cameo by Tom's son Sullivan on the congas) contributing to the overall undercurrent of battle anticipation. They heaved and turned the world around Wednesday.