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Paul Weller's Wake Up Woking Gig - Set List!

Weller rocks Woking for first time in 30 years
June 7, 2010 by Woking News & Mail


FANS of Woking’s most famous son packed out Woking Leisure Centre for a charity concert to raise funds for Woking and Sam Beare Hospices. About 1,200 tickets were sold for the gig, Wake Up Woking, on Sunday night and it is expected more than £60,000 has been raised for the hospices.

Paul, who grew up in Maybury, praised his “fantastic audience” and said he was pleased to be supporting a great cause. It is the first time he has played in the town for more than 30 years.

Strange Town, Wild Wood, You Do Something to Me and Moonshine were just some of the many tunes in the two-hour set. And the surprise for the night was when Paul welcomed Bruce Foxton, the bass player in The Jam, up on stage for a few numbers, including The Eton Rifles.

The concert was organised after Weller’s friend, Sam Molnar, had a dream to ask his friend to play in the town where his music began.

For more photos and the full story, buy a copy of this week’s News & Mail, out Thursday.


Courtesy Of Carl aka Scotty 94
Cheers!!!

June 6, 2010
Set List:
Out Of The Sinking
Into Tomorrow
Aim High
Moonshine
Up The Dosage
Strange Town
Sea Spray
All I Wanna Do (Is Be With You)
From The Floorboards Up
That's Entertainment
Shout To The Top
Trees
Empty Ring
One Bright Star
You Do Something To Me
Wild Wood
Pretty Green
Start
Come On, Lets Go
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Fast Car / Slow Traffic (w/Bruce Foxton)
Eton Rifles (w/Bruce Foxton)
Butterfly Collector (w/Bruce Foxton)
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Find The Torch, Burn The Plans (w/Steve Brookes)
Art School
Scrape Away
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Pieces Of  Dream
Broken Stones
The Changingman

Comments

  1. jason richardson7 June 2010 at 13:22

    Excellent set from Paul and the Lads best gig ive ever been too, really good crowd, sound and atmosphere was electric had such a buzz about the place. crackin nite.

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  2. Seconded. Bruce at the RAH was a bit "guest star" last night was as close to a Jam gig as we'll get.

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  3. Just thank you - I'm so proud to have been an audience member - an amazing night! narn

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  4. Jason Richardson from Financial Profiles? I saw you there..

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