TOUR SUMMARIES
 
 1995 Tour Summary 
The 1995 tour was set up in three separate legs.  The first was a 6 night run at Massey Hall in March.  This was followed by a series of shows beginning in Normal, IL on April 20th through a five show stand at the Fox Theatre in Detroit ending on May 14th.  A summer leg began on July 13th in Jacksonville, OR and finished up in Columbus, OH on August 11th.  The tour covered 30 cities for a total of 41 shows.  The spring consisted of 12 cities and 22 shows, while the summer saw them play in 18 cities for a total of 19 shows. 

For the purpose of this summary, I will consider the shows from Massey Hall in March through to the Fox shows in Detroit to be the spring leg.  The shows from Jacksonville, OR through to the final show in Columbus, OH will be considered the summer leg. 

A total of 40 different songs were played during the year.  During the spring leg of the tour 38 songs were used, while during the summer leg only 33 different songs were played.  Here is list of the songs played, broken into three categories - songs played during both legs of the tour, songs only played in the spring and songs only played in the summer. 

All of this information is based on a sample of 16 setlists that were posted for the tours, so if anyone heard anything that isn't listed here, I'd be more than happy to add the song to the list.  In brackets following the song is the number of times the song appeared in the 16 setlists to give you an idea of their frequency.


SPRING AND SUMMER
Early Morning Rain (14)
Song For A Winter's Night (14)
Canadian Railroad Trilogy (16)
If You Could Read My Mind (16)
The Pony Man (16)
Cotton Jenny (16)
Don Quixote (14)*
Christian Island (6)
Beautiful (15)
Old Dan's Records (15)
Carefree Highway (14)
Sundown (16)
Rainy Day People (3)
The Wreck Of The Edmund Fitzgerald (16)
The House You Live In (15)
Spanish Moss (6)**
Sea Of Tranquility (13)
In My Fashion (16)
Shadows (13)***
Blackberry Wine (16)
Baby Step Back (13)
A Lesson In Love (14)
Morning Glory (12)
Restless (15)
Ring Them Bells (15)
Fading Away (16)
I'll Prove My Love (16)
Waiting For You (15)
Wild Strawberries (15)
Farewell To Nova Scotia (11)
Much To My Surprise (9)
* Don Quixote appeared once in medley with Spanish Moss.
**Spanish Moss appeared always at the front end of a medley, 5 times with
Shadows and once with Don Quixote.
***Shadows appeared five times in medley with Spanish Moss. 
SPRING LEG ONLY
Softly (1)
Ode To Big Blue (1)
Fine As Fine Can Be (2)
If It Should Please You (1)
Minstrel Of The Dawn (1)
Alberta Bound (3) 
SUMMER LEG ONLY
Cold On The Shoulder (1)
Only Love Would Know (1) 
Here are how the songs are broken down by album.
Five albums were shut out completely - Did She Mention My Name; Back Here On Earth; Sunday Concert; Endless Wire and Salute.  Waiting For You being the most recent album, garnered the most play as might be expected.  Only one new song appeared, that being Much To My Surprise, which made it into more than half of the shows.  Thanks as always to everyone who took the time to post setlists and/or comments for the show they attended. 

LIGHTFOOT
Early Morning Rain 
THE WAY I FEEL
Song For A Winter's Night; Canadian Railroad Trilogy; Softly 
DID SHE MENTION MY NAME 
BACK HERE ON EARTH 
SUNDAY CONCERT 
IF YOU COULD READ MY MIND
If You Could Read My Mind; The Pony Man; Minstrel Of The Dawn 
SUMMER SIDE OF LIFE
Cotton Jenny 
DON QUIXOTE
Don Quixote; Christian Island; Beautiful; Ode To Big Blue; Alberta Bound 
OLD DAN'S RECORDS
Old Dan's Records 
SUNDOWN
Carefree Highway; Sundown 
COLD ON THE SHOULDER
Rainy Day People; Fine As Fine Can Be; Cold On The Shoulder 
SUMMERTIME DREAM
The Wreck Of Edmund Fitzgerald; Spanish Moss; The House You Live In 
ENDLESS WIRE 
DREAM STREET ROSE
Sea Of Tranquility 
SHADOWS
In My Fashion; Shadows; Blackberry Wine; Baby Step Back 
SALUTE 
EAST OF MIDNIGHT
A Lesson In Love; Morning Glory 
GORD'S GOLD II
If It Should Please You 
WAITING FOR YOU
Restless; Ring Them Bells; Fading Away; I'll Prove My Love; Waiting For You;
Wild Strawberries; Only Love Would Know 
UNRELEASED
Farewell To Nova Scotia; Much To My Surprise