Simon & Müller | Unsere Songs

Beispiel aus unserer Settlist – für ein 2stündiges Programm:

1. „Dont Think Twice“
2. „City Of New Orleans“
3. „Dirty Old Town“
4. „Darkest Hour“
5. „Fisherman´s Blues“
6. „What shall we“
7. „Halleluja“
8. „House Of The Rising Sun“
9. „No Surrender“
10. „Crooked Jack“
11. „This Is the Life“
12. „One“
13. „Better Place“
14. „Cocain“
15. „Wish You Were Here“
16. „Let It Be“
17. „Midnight Special“
18. „This Land Is Your Land“
19. „Whiskey In The Jar“
20. „Dont Think Twice“
21. „The Letter“

Und ansonsten:

This Land is Your Land – Woody Guthrie

Blowin’ in the Wind – Bob Dylan

City of New Orleans – Steve Goodman

If I Had a Hammer – Pete Seeger

Where Have All The Flowers Gone – The Kingston Trio

Early Morning Rain – Gordon Lightfoot

Suzanne – Leonard Cohen

We Shall Overcome – Pete Seeger

Four Strong Winds – Ian and Sylvia

Last Thing On My Mind – Tom Paxton

The Circle Game – Joni Mitchell

Tom Dooley – The Kingston Trio (Trad)

Both Sides Now – Joni Mitchell

Who Knows Where The Time Goes – Sandy Denny

Goodnight Irene – The Weavers (Trad)

Universal Soldier – Buffy St Marie

Don’t Think Twice – Bob Dylan

Diamonds and Rust – Joan Baez

Sounds of Silence – Simon & Garfunkel

The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald – Gordon Lightfoot

Alice’s Restaurant – Arlo Guthrie

Turn, Turn, Turn – The Byrds (Pete Seeger)

Puff The Magic Dragon – Peter, Paul and Mary

Thirsty Boots – Eric Andersen

There But For Fortune – Phil Ochs

Across The Great Divide – Kate Wolf

The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down – The Band (Robbie Robertson)

The Dutchman – Steve Goodman

Matty Groves – Fairport Convention (Trad)

Pastures of Plenty – Woody Guthrie

 

Canadian Railroad Trilogy – Gordon Lightfoot

Ramblin’ Boy – Tom Paxton

Hello In There – John Prine

The Mary Ellen Carter – Stan Rogers

Scarborough Fair – Martin Carthy (Trad)

Freight Train – Elizabeth Cotton

Like a Rolling Stone – Bob Dylan

Paradise – John Prine

Northwest Passage – Stan Rogers

And The Band Played Waltzing Matilda – Eric Bogle

Changes – Phil Ochs

Streets of London – Ralph McTell

Gentle On My Mind – John Hartford

Barbara Allen – Shirley Collins (Trad)

Little Boxes – Malvina Reynolds

The Water is Wide – Traditional

Blue Moon of Kentucky – Bill Monroe

No Regrets – Tom Rush

Amazing Grace – Odetta (Trad)

Catch The Wind – Donovan

If I Were a Carpenter – Tim Hardin

Big Yellow Taxi – Joni Mitchell

House of the Rising Sun – Doc & Richard Watson (Trad)

Kisses Sweeter Than Wine – The Weavers

Tangled Up In Blue – Bob Dylan

The Boxer – Simon and Garfunkel

Someday Soon – Ian and Sylvia

500 Miles – Peter, Paul and Mary

Masters of War – Bob Dylan

Wildwood Flower – Carter Family

Can The Circle Be Unbroken – Carter Family

Can’t Help But Wonder Where I’m Bound – Tom Paxton

Teach Your Children – Crosby, Stills Nash & Young

Deportee – Woody Guthrie

Tecumseh Valley – Towns Van Zandt

Mr. Bojangles – Jerry Jeff Walker

Cold Missouri Waters – James Keeleghan

The Crucifixion – Phil Ochs

Angel from Montgomery – John Prine

Christmas in the Trenches – John McCutcheon

John Henry – Traditional

Pack Up Your Sorrows – Richard and Mimi Farina

Dirty Old Town – Ewan MacColl

Caledonia – Dougie MacLean

Gentle Arms of Eden – Dave Carter

My Back Pages – Bob Dylan

Arrow – Cheryl Wheeler

Hallelujah – Leonard Cohen

Eve of Destruction – Barry McGuire

Man of Constant Sorrow – Ralph Stanley (Trad)

Shady Grove – Traditional

Pancho and Lefty – Townes Van Zandt

Old Man – Neil Young

Mr. Tambourine Man – Bob Dylan

American Tune – Paul Simon

At Seventeen – Janis Ian

Bridge Over Troubled Water – Simon & Garfunkel

Road – Nick Drake

Tam Lin – Fairport Convention (Trad)

Ashokan Farewell – Jay Ungar and Molly Mason

Desolation Row – Bob Dylan

Love Is Our Cross To Bear – John Gorka

Hobo’s Lullaby – Woody Guthrie

Urge For Going – Tom Rush

Return of the Grievous Angel – Gram Parsons

Chilly Winds – The Kingston Trio

Fountain of Sorrow – Jackson Browne

The Times They Are A Changing – Bob Dylan

Our Town – Iris Dement

Leaving on a Jet Plane – John Denver