Our new look

Our website disappeared for a bit, but that doesn’t mean we don’t love you. (Yes, you!)

As if to prove it, we’re back now with a new, less cluttered look that we like a lot. (Don’t you love the fab Marla E painting of the band on the home page?)

New look, same old technologically challenged Cavemen. Fortunately, we have access to someone patient and sharp-witted enough to bring our Internet clubhouse back to life.

(Thanks, Karen.)

We’ll have some genuine news again soon, including a plug for our upcoming April 30 gig at Yalaha Bakery. So stay tuned.

Thanks for the support!

 

 

Simple Cavemen set list: Feb. 12, Yalaha Bakery

A nice afternoon for the 4-piece lineup (Jimmy, Roscoe, D-Squared and Tie-Dye) on a rare Sunday booking at the lovely Yalaha Bakery.

Tossed a few new wrinkles into the sets, with mixed results. Added a few ballads that might qualify as love songs for Valentine’s Day, “for those who celebrate it,” as JC said from the bandstand.

Also offered a long-distance dedication of Bob Dylan’s “When I Paint My Masterpiece” to retired scribe Bo Poertner, now the pride of Lompoc, Calif.  (JC and Bo used to do a version of that one long ago.)

We return to the bakery on March 18.

Here’s what we played:

Set 1: Friend of the Devil (Grateful Dead cover); Marlena; One Less Gamblin’ Man; The Samosa Girls; Speed of the Sound of Loneliness (John Prine cover);  Big Boss Man (Jimmy Reed cover); Two More Bottles of Wine (Delbert McClinton cover); She’s Gone; When I Paint My Masterpiece (Bob Dylan cover).

Set 2: Tupelo Honey (Van Morrison cover); Deep Elem Blues (traditional cover); Games People Play (Joe South cover); Cajun Moon (J.J. Cale cover); Safe Inside the Mirror; Compilation Blues; Lovin’ Arms (Tom Jans cover); Broken; Tore Up (Hank Ballard cover).

Set 3: You Ain’t Goin’ Nowhere (Bob Dylan cover); No Expectations (Rolling Stones cover); She Belongs to Me (Bob Dylan cover); Come On, Come On; I’ll Be Your Baby Tonight (Bob Dylan cover); Hold Me Tight; To Love Somebody (Bee Gees cover); Dead Flowers (Rolling Stones cover); Mr. Bojangles (Jerry Jeff Walker cover).