Posted by: Barbara Evanhoe | March 1, 2012

Studio Notes

Every now and then, we find ourselves becoming too comfortable with our music.

That’s when it’s time for a challenge ~ a chance to spice up our studio time and add some new material to our repertoire.

So, the other day, we spent hours researching new song options, printing them out, and testing them to see if they would work for us.

In the end, we were able to add 21 new songs to the mix, and we’ve had a lot of fun working out the kinks.

Here is a list of the songs that made “the cut”, along with the artist(s) who made them hits…they’ll be making their debut at our next show at Groovy Gritz on Friday, March 23rd. “Be there or be square!”

Bad Moon Rising Creedence Clearwater Revival
Dancing In the Moonlight King Harvest
Groovy Kind of Love The Mindbenders
Heart Full of Soul The Yardbirds
Help Me Rhonda The Beach Boys
Homegrown Tomatoes John Denver
Honky Tonk Woman The Rolling Stones
I’m Into Something Good Herman’s Hermits
It’s All Over Now The Rolling Stones
Lodi Creedence Clearwater Revival
Me and Bobby McGee Janis Joplin
Nights in White Satin Moody Blues
Nobody I Know Peter and Gordon
Old Hippie The Bellamy Brothers
One Toke Over the Line Brewer and Shipley
Proud Mary Creedence Clearwater Revival
Satisfaction The Rolling Stones
Somebody to Love Jefferson Airplane
Surfin’ USA The Beach Boys
White Rabbit Jefferson Airplane
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Responses

  1. Sounding good! Do you do Satisfied Mind? 🙂

    • Hi Carmen – It was good to hear from you! Satisfied Mind isn’t on our current set list, but after your comment, we checked it out and just may have to add it – love the lyrics!


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