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December 02, 2003 - USA / New York
New York - Madison Square Garden

Setlist

Set-List December 02nd Madison Square Garden, New York



01) Old Friends
02) A Hazy Shade of Winter
03) I Am a Rock
04) America
05) At the Zoo
06) Baby Driver
07) Kathy´s Song
08) Hey, Schoolgirl

Everly Brothers
Wake Up Little Susie
Dream
Let it Be Me

09) Bye Bye Love (with Everly Brothers)
10) Scarborough Fair
11) Homeward Bound
12) The Sound of Silence
13) Mrs. Robinson
14) Slip Slidin´ Away
15) El Condor Pasa (If I Could)
16) Keep the Customer Satisfied
17) The Only Living Boy in New York
18) American Tune
19) My Little Town
20) Bridge Over Troubled Water

21) Cecilia
22) The Boxer

23) Leaves That Are Green
24) The 59th Street Bridge Song (Feelin´ Groovy)



The band (not all members are present at all shows)

Mark Stewart - Guitars, Cello, Saxophone, selfmade instruments
Jamey Haddad - Percussion
Rob Schwimmer - Keyboards, Theramin
Jim Keltner - Drums
Pino Palladino - Bass
Larry Saltzman - Guitar
Warren Bernhardt - Piano




Fans who attended this show

 





Review by:
Donkey

Tickets fell in my lap. The original owner had to stay on for a shift at the hospital he works at, and I was the lucky beneficiary. Great show, great energy, great sound.

Review by:
Steven

Fantastic performance, Art came out energized and verbal about being in NY. His voice was great from the onset. Paul was slow to warm up; his voice was flat and he was listless for the 1 st half of the show. Slip Slidin away made him come alive and his voice was great for the remainder. Art stole the show during Bride over TW and their harmonizing on Cecelia was a beautiful touch

Review by:
Wolfgang

I also travelled from Austria to the Auburn Hills Show in October. But the show in New York was so much better and so much more intense. One could feel that Paul and Art have been back in the game again and on the road together for a while. The whole audience was vibrating and MSG was set back right into the 60s by the honest, straight and original S&G sound. Very impressive!