The neck of my Guitar

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August 26, 2006 - USA / Texas
Dallas - Music hall at fair park


Set 1 (w New Bohemians)
1) Unknown song (Duet W/ Edie)
2) Mrs. Robinson
3) Slip Slidin´ Away
4) Me & Julio Down By The Schoolyard
5) The Boxer

Set 2/Encores/Solo Acoustic
1) Wartime prayers
2) Bridge Over Trobled Water

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

Vincent Nguini - Guitar
Bakithi Kumalo - Bass
Steve Gadd - Drums
Mark Stewart - Guitars, Cello, Saxophone, selfmade instruments
Robin diMaggio - Drums, percussion
Tony Cedras - Accordeon, Keyboard, Guitars
Andy Snitzer - Saxophone, Synthesizer
Harper Simon - Guitar
Adrian Simon - Keyboards

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Here´s a brief review for what turned out to be a brief performance by Paul.

The first part of his 7 song set featured Paul with the New Bohemians as his back up band, apparently the first time he has performed with them. The first song was a humorous number that I don´t know, but was sung as a duet with Edie from the perspective of a couple who has been married for too long. I wish I could remember the lyrics, but Edie might sing ´You´re the reason I never go to the beauty salon´ and Paul would reply ´you´re the reason my hair fell out´. The chorus made mention of the kids being ugly.
The middle of the song was spoken banter between Paul and Edie

E: Why can´t you be nice to my mother when she comes to visit?
P: I am nice- the first two or three months
E: Is eight months too long?
P: A guy can only take so much Wheel of Fortune

Edie goes on a rant about NY being cold and she´s used to the Texas heat to which Paul replies ´the heat´s fine- if you´re a Pizza. I just thought a nice girl from Highland Park would...´ Edie cuts Paul off to say ´I´m not Highland Park, I´m Trailer park!´

Paul w/ the New Bos worked- they were pretty well rehearsed. The last two songs were done acoustically- Wartime prayers and BOTW. The first was quite lovely.