Setlist: 1. Show Business (C. Johnson) 2. Bertha (R. Hunter, J. Garcia) 3. Through the Seasons (C. Johnson) 4. Farmhouse Light (C. Johnson) 5. Shadows of the Fall (C. Johnson, Z. Cutler, S. Theobald) 6. Corrina> Caravan> Corrina (Taj Mahal, V. Morrison) 7. If You Could See (C. Johnson) 8. Hanoi Hilton (C. Johnson) 9. Emma's Eyes (C. Johnson) 10. Folsom Prison Blues (J. Cash) 11. Brand New '64 Dodge (G. Brown) 12. Scarlet Begonias (R. Hunter, J. Garcia) 13. Giving Tree (C. Johnson) 14.... Topic: Live concert Source: Macintosh IBook> Sound Studio> Shorten
1. Journey Through the Mountains 5:27 (C. Johnson) 2. Purple Haze> After Midnight 4:58 (J. Hendrix, J. J. Cale) 3. One Peaceful Past 4:11 (C. Johnson) 4. Shadows of the Fall 5:27 (C. Johnson, Z. Cutler, S. Theobald) 5. Show Business> Dancing on the Ceiling 6:20 (C. Johnson, L. Richie) 6. Stop that Train 4:48 (P. Tosh) 7. Wish You Were Here 6:42 (Waters, Gilmour) 8. Giving Tree 2:47 (C. Johnson) 9. If You Could See 4:37 (C. Johnson) 10. Hanoi Hilton 6:25 (C. Johnson) 11. My Sisters and My... Topic: Live concert Source: Macintosh IBook> Sound Studio> Shorten
Setlist: 1. Show Business 3:51 (C. Johnson) 2. Hanoi Hilton 5:47 (C. Johnson) 3. No Woman, No Cry 6:12 (B. Marley) 4. Farmhouse Light 3:39 (C. Johnson) 5. Through the Seasons 2:55 (C. Johnson) 6. The Mighty Quinn 3:32 (Bob Dylan) 7. Folsom Prison Blues 4:02 (J. Cash) 8. Corrina> I Know You Rider> Corrina 6:39 (Taj Mahal, Traditional) 9. Giving Tree 2:51 (C. Johnson) 10. Long Walk to Freedom 2:06 (C. Johnson) 11. For A Change 5:05 (C. Johnson) 12. Never Been To Nashville 2:40 (C. Johnson)... Topics: acoustic, blues, folk
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On January 22, 2006 Carl gave his permission for archive.org:
To whom it may concern,
I am an amateur musician and a student of music. I have been moved
and inspired by those artists who have dedicated their entire lives
to the cause of creating music and making it accessible to those that
need it. As an amateur musician, there is no pressing need for me to
limit the distribution of my music. I wish to make it as accessible
as possible and it is obvious that those wonderful people at
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their dedication and commitment to facilitate the distribution of
wonderful music. At this time, the only restriction that I wish to
put on my music is that it is respected as the property of said
artist. I certainly don't want to hear one of my own songs played by
a different artist on the radio sometime in the distant, distant
future. If there are those that for some reason want to publicly
perform any of my songs, an e-mail asking permission will be more
For those at archive.org, I am the sole proprietor, besides those
songs that I am covering, of the concerts that I upload and I wish
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performer "Carl Johnson". My band abbreviation is "ccj".