© Gigraphy

© Gigraphy

Below are examples of the tunes that would feature in a Mojo Wellington set list - some may be instrumental, depending on the nature of the gig. Musicians listed are usually the original recording artists, but sometimes references the versions of most influence.

Purists are welcome to quibble over the genre categorisations.


Big Legged Woman
Freddie King

Crosseyed Cat
Muddy Waters

Everyday I Have The Blues
Jimmy McGriff

Flip, Flop And Fly
Big Joe Turner

Folsom Prison Blues
Johnny Cash

Got My Mojo Workin'
Jimmy Smith

If Trouble Was Money
Gary Clark Jr

Kansas City
Albert King/Little Richard

Leopard-Skin Pillbox Hat
Bob Dylan

Saturday Night Fish Fry
Louis Jordan

Stormy Monday
The Allman Brothers

The Thrill Is Gone
BB King

Wagon Wheel
Old Crow Medicine Show


All Of Me
Billie Holliday

Bring Me Sunshine
Morecambe & Wise

Cantaloupe Island
Herbie Hancock

The Lovin' Spoonful

Freddie Freeloader
Miles Davis

Georgia On My Mind
Ray Charles

Art Blakey & The Jazz Messengers

John Coltrane

My Baby Just Cares For Me
Nina Simone

Take The 'A' Train
Duke Ellington

That's Life
Frank Sinatra

What A Difference A Day Makes
Dinah Washington

What A Wonderful World
Louis Armstrong



Bohemian Rhapsody

Get Back
The Beatles

Ray Parker Jr

The Great Gig In The Sky
Pink Floyd

Honky Tonk Woman
The Rolling Stones

Hunting High And Low

The Living Years
Mike + The Mechanics

Make You Feel My Love
Adele/Bob Dylan

Maybe I'm Amazed
Paul McCartney

Pinball Wizard
The Who

Romeo And Juliet
Dire Straits

Saturday Night's Alright For Fighting
Elton John

You've Got A Friend
Carole King


Bring It On Home To Me
Sam Cooke

Cissy Strut
The Meters

The Commodores

Holding Back The Years
Simply Red

If You Don't Know Me By Now
Harold Melvin & The Bluenotes

I Heard It Through The Grapevine
Creedence Clearwater Revival/Marvin Gaye/Gladys Knight & The Pips

Mustang Sally
Wilson Pickett

Natural Woman
Aretha Franklin/Carole King

Untitled (How Does It Feel)

Walk On By
Dionne Warwick

You Are The Sunshine Of My Life
Stevie Wonder