OK, so I decided to leave my old cover band. As it happened, practically the next day I got an email from a guitarist I used to play with asking if I wanted to form a new project with him. We're aiming for blues-rock but in a more laid-back rather than hard-driving style (for everyone who knows the guy, "laid back" is almost always the first way they describe him). He's a very good player and easy-going, very little drama. We'd like to have a drummer on board and do the cover-band-at-bars circuit, but also have a set we can translate to acoustic shows at restaurants and coffeehouses (sans drummer, or maybe with the drummer on a cajon or something). So here's the first ten songs we're working on for the set: we also each have a couple originals to throw into the mix. Jim Croce - You don't mess around with Jim Jeff Buckley - Hallelujah Guns and roses - Patience Beatles - Came in through the bathroom window Beatles - Lady Madonna Rolling Stones - Beast of Burden Blind Melon - No Rain Bill Withers - Use Me Eagle Eye Cherry - Save Tonight Cake (version) - I Will Survive So, what do y'all think? Viable list? Cohesive enough? Well-known enough? I know everyone says they're trying not to do the same-old-same-old, but we're trying to keep it to generally known tunes.