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Creditable versions of Tim Rose's Morning Dew, Bukka White's Fixin' To Die, and Arthur Lee's A House Is Not A Motel went down well with the appreciative City Hall crowd.
JULIAN SEVA SETLIST | Babe, I'm Gonna Leave You | Satan Your Kingdom Must Come Down | Tin Pan Valley | Spoonful | Black Dog | Another Tribe | Going to California | The Enchanter | Four Sticks | Friends | (Funny In My Mind) Fixin' To Die | What Is And What Should Never Be | Whole Lotta Love | Big Log | Rock and Roll
Needless to say this routine was followed by Fixin' To Die Rag and a brief encore of Woody Guthrie's This Land Is Your Land.
It was, of course, de rigueur to have the breezeblock-thick paperback edition of Lord Of The Rings jammed into the pocket of your Afghan coat, and equally crucial to tuck a couple of iconic LP sleeves - The Incredible String Band's 5000 Spirits / Layers Of The Onion, perhaps, or Country Joe & The Fish's I Feel Like I'm Fixin' To Die - under your arm whenever you popped down to your local for a pint of snakebite.