Today has been a very good day for me. I went out to a party last night, got a good bit of homework done, cleaned my room, and last, but certainly not least, went to a Stuart Davis show at People's tonight.

This was the first time I'd been in People's since I turned 21 (I was there for a Local H concert my freshman year), and was fairly impressed. It's very much a Greek bar, but their prices for Jack and Cokes are fairly decent.

As always, Stu put on an excellent show. Including all the banter and tuning (that guy turns tuning a guitar into entertainment), he did one three hour long set of 34 songs. Unfortunately, I didn't bring a pen with me, so I'm going off memory for the set list here, but hopefully I'm pretty close:

  1. Dresden
  2. Grace (Unreleased)
  3. Inventions (Unreleased)
  4. Doppleganger Body Donor
  5. A cover of an 80s song that I don't know the name of (She was right there with me and she was...)
  6. Ladders - An interesting song talking about evolution, and "Will the id become an angel?
  7. Savoring Samsara
  8. Universe Communion
  9. Atavistic Viking
  10. Sugar Bullets (Unreleased)
  11. Amsterdam
  12. Seven Wonders of the Soul
  13. Fall Awake
  14. Unknown, unreleased song
  15. Unknown, unreleased song
  16. Whisper
  17. Unknown song
  18. Nothing in Between (Unreleased)
  19. Infinity Hymn
  20. Unknown Song
  21. Immanence
  22. Eclipse
  23. Your House
  24. Mermaids
  25. I'm Dead, a cover of an Elvis Costello song]
  26. Veronica, another Elvis Costello song I believe
  27. Windmills and Wheatfields (Unreleased)
  28. It's all Just Because
  29. Swim
  30. Drown
  31. A song I can't remember that starts with I
  32. A song I can't remember that starts with P
  33. Jonah
  34. A cool combo of Rock Stars and Models and Only Changing Drugs. He asked the audience to applaude for the one they wanted, and since they basically tied, played both, more or less at the same time.

Overall this was a great show. It was the first time I'd seen Stuart at People's instead of the Maintenance Shop, and conservatively the fourth time I've seen him. Sorry about all the songs that I can't remember, but like I said, this was done through my memory (and a healthy dose of mnemonics). I'll add any that I think of later. If you've never heard Stuart Davis before, I strongly suggest you at least give him a try. There are samples at